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Articles from the August 10, 2016 edition

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Letter writer missed Beacon notices about trains | Letter

A reader in the Aug. 4 issue of the Beacon was concerned about uncovered coal trains passing through Shoreline and Edmonds (“Blackberry picking interrupted by passing coal train”). You must have missed Beacon notices of all the meetings and...

 

Bikini barista stands: Same thing you see on beach | Letter

I agree with guest columnist Brian Potter on the subject of scantily dressed baristas (“Are new indecency laws necessary in Edmonds?,” Aug. 4). I recently stopped by Beehive Espresso on 238th. First thing is that it is not a very good location....

 

My biggest fan | Chuck's World

The piano player was late. My uncle, Ron Sigars, liked to stay at this particular resort, and visit this particular lounge, and most nights he’d sit by the piano with a glass of wine and listen....

 

Workshop on applying for Snohomish County tourism grants

The Snohomish County Parks and Recreation Department is offering workshop on applying for tourism grants. The two-hour informational workshop covering the Hotel/Motel Small Fund Grant application process will be held from 1 p.m. to 3 p.m. on Friday,...

 
 By Sara Bruestle    News    August 10, 2016

County Council denies neighbors' appeal of Picnic Point development

A neighborhood group’s appeal of a hearing examiner’s decision to allow a developer to build homes in a Picnic Point gulch has been denied. The Snohomish County Council on Aug. 8 affirmed with a 3-2 vote Hearing Examiner Peter Camp’s decision...

 

Library adds music to the mix for Edmonds Art Walk

The Edmonds Library is adding a little music to Art Walk Edmonds. The Edmonds Arts Commission and the library are partnering on a new series in the Plaza Room above the library to coincide with Art...

 

Fire Sirens | July 28-Aug. 3

Snohomish County Fire District 1 responded to 501 calls July 28-Aug. 3: 400 emergency medical aid calls, 31 motor vehicle collisions, 28 fires, 18 service calls, 5 natural gas leaks, 1 rescue and 18 automatic fire alarms. July 28 DUPLEX FIRE: At...

 

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