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Articles from the August 15, 2019 edition

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 By David Pan    Sports    August 15, 2019

Trio boosts Meadowdale's postseason prospects

If senior Colton Walsh is healthy for the 2019-20 season – and all indications are that he will be – then the Meadowdale boys basketball team should be one of the league's top contenders. Walsh wo...

 

Edmonds-Woodway relying on its guards to lead the way

The Edmonds-Woodway boys basketball team underwent some major changes both on the court and on the sidelines this offseason. The Warriors graduated four seniors, so coach Robert Brown spent much of...

 
 By Brian Soergel    News    August 15, 2019

The Taste retools for 2019

There's one thing that the Edmonds Chamber of Commerce really wants you to know about Taste Edmonds: It's a fundraiser supporting local nonprofit service clubs, as well as free community events such...

 

Edmonds cop writes novel. It's arresting

After almost 30 years as a cop, he's seen some crazy stuff. Lived some, too. So why not write a novel sharing some of his experiences? Alan Hardwick, an Edmonds police sergeant who supervises one of...

 

City Council passes $3.7 million bond for Civic Park

Almost four years after the City of Edmonds acquired Civic Center Playfield from the Edmonds School District – after leasing the property for 40 years – the park’s transformation into an 8-acre jewel in the heart of town is closer to reality...

 

Going small

On a parklike setting near Meadowdale Beach in Edmonds is a piece of property hosting a trio of houses ranging in style from carriage house to strikingly modern. Marni Muir owns all three. She bought...

 

City Park, healing, negative political vibes | Letters to the Editor

Time to rethink City Park exit? Having grown up in Edmonds in the ’40s and ’50s, I feel City Park was and continues to be a delightful place to relax, read, picnic, and play. Now in my 70s and retired, I have returned to my hometown. I note an ar...

 

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