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Articles from the July 26, 2019 edition

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Reflections: Look good, feel good | Off the Cuff

“Whether you think you can or think you can’t, either way, you’re right.” – Henry Ford Henry Ford, I couldn’t agree more. It truly is a matter of self-perception. When you look at your... Full story

 
 By Cheryl Aarnio    News    July 26, 2019

Edmonds Senior Center Thrift Store manager is retiring

Barbara Halseth, Edmonds Senior Center Thrift Store manager, will soon be retiring after 17 years. While she may have started by volunteering only one day a week, she ended up volunteering six days a...

 

Origin Stories: 'I Am Edmonds' | Moment's Notice

“The single biggest problem of communication is the illusion that it has taken place.” – George Bernard Shaw The City of Edmonds Diversity Commission recently asked Edmonds’ residents to write... Full story

 

Defining homelessness in Edmonds: Critical to finding a solution | Guest View

Edmonds has been torn by the issue of homelessness for over a year. I, as well as many residents of Edmonds, am concerned about the welfare of those who are homeless and how best to help them. In... Full story

 

MEGA; talking points; westside issues, councilmembers | Letters to the Editor

Make Edmonds great again Chico, our 8-pound Chihuahua, and I were on our morning walk recently, which follows much the same route daily. At the corner of Seventh Avenue South and Walnut, a work crew enjoyed Chico for a minute. One worker said she...

 

Still Charlie-Ann’s Consignments in Lynnwood

More than nine years after she opened Charlie-Ann’s Consignments in Lynnwood, Charlie Hale decided she would sell her store this October. But a back injury hastened her decision. It didn’t take... Full story

 
 By Kate Agbayani    A&E    July 26, 2019

In Edmonds: More than a writing group

The Edmonds Writing Sisters are launching their first book together, “Writing in Place: Prose and Poetry from the Pacific Northwest,” Sunday, July 28, at ArtWorks in Edmonds. Despite their group...

 

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