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Rick Steves, off script

On his long-running PBS travel shows focusing on Europe, Rick Steves is – for the most part – the picture of a good-natured tour guide. On a recent day in his corner office at Rick Steves' Europe...

 
 By David Pan    Sports    September 19, 2019

Mavericks overpower Thunderbirds in second half | Football

Once the Meadowdale offense got rolling there was no stopping the Mavericks. Nursing a 13-8 lead early in the third quarter, senior quarterback Hunter Moen and his teammates reeled off four...

 

'Bright, colorful, and cheerful things'

If you attend the 14th annual Edmonds Art Studio Tour Saturday and Sunday, Sept. 21-22, make sure you visit the JLS Glass Studio in unincorporated Snohomish County with an Edmonds mailing address. In...

 
 By David Pan    Sports    September 19, 2019

Turnovers costly for Knights | Football

King’s was able to get its offense rolling against Lakeside. The Knights generated 310 yards of offense but also coughed up the ball five times in a 55-22 loss to Lakeside in a nonconference football game Friday, Sept. 13, at the Northwest...

 
 By David Pan    Sports    September 19, 2019

King's returns plenty of talent | Girls soccer

It’s been feast or near famine for the King’s girls soccer team in its first two North Sound Conference games. Junior Peri Welch scored the lone goal for the Knights in their 1-0 league opening victory over Cedar Park Christian in a game...

 
 By David Pan    Sports    September 19, 2019

Defense, specials teams propel Edmonds-Woodway | Football

Defense and special teams propelled Edmonds-Woodway to a come-from-behind victory. The Warriors erased a 14-0 deficit with 38 unanswered points in the second half to defeat Shorecrest 38-14 in a Wesco 3A South football game Friday, Sept. 13, at...

 
 By David Pan    Sports    September 19, 2019

Edmonds-Woodway confident with retooled lineup | Girls soccer

Turning over half the roster might be of concern for most programs. But for the Edmonds-Woodway girls soccer team, it's more a matter of reloading. Nine players from last year's 3A state quarterfinal...

 
 By David Pan    Sports    September 19, 2019

Mavs adapting to changes | Girls soccer

The Meadowdale girls soccer team is coming together well. With a revamped roster that includes a new goalkeeper and a different formation, the Mavericks split their first two Wesco 3A games after...

 

Lederhosen alert: First Edmonds Oktoberfest

It won't be Leavenworth, but it's much closer. When you hear "Oktoberfest," you might conjure up that Highway 2 hamlet and visions of German celebrations with beer, sausages, lederhosen, and chicken...

 

Al Rutledge, now living in Everett, still on the ballot

There's a good reason Al Rutledge didn't attend a candidate meet-and-greet Sept. 8 at the Edmonds Center for the Arts. He doesn't do email or the internet, and he doesn't even live in Edmonds...

 

Marsh study open house Sept. 30

After completion of an 18-month baseline monitoring study of the Edmonds Marsh, the City Council announced this week that Windward Environmental and councilmembers will share their findings at an open house 6-8 p.m. Monday, Sept. 30, in the Brackett...

 

A rainbow, a ferry – magical | Through Your Lens

Deb Anglin took this photo of two magical images on Sept. 10 while walking on the beach by the Edmonds ferry terminal. One is the ferry, of course. The other is a rainbow, which is always a welcome...

 

A record-setting Edmonds Food Bank tournament

On Sept. 7, the Edmonds Petanque Club held the ninth annual Edmonds Food Bank Tournament, with two records set during the day. First, the club set a new record for its yearly donation to the food bank. As a result of the players’ participation,...

 

Ferries, chamber, registration, candidate forum | City Briefs

Oyster backlog on ferries On Sunday, Sept. 22, ferry travelers can expect delays due to a large number of motorcycles traveling to the annual Oyster Run in Anacortes. Motorcyclists will be loaded on a first-come, first-served basis, with other...

 

The coming recession | Mayor's Corner

I don't know if you are as tired of hearing about the "coming recession" as much as I am, but I think we should have the courage to just schedule it so we know when it will happen. Understand the...

 

Petition to Gov. Inslee: Help restore Edmonds Marsh

The local Save Our Marsh citizens group has initiated a petition drive to request Gov. Jay Inslee dedicate the state property adjacent to the Edmonds Marsh for salmon recovery, estuary restoration,...

 

Appreciating the beauty east of the Cascades | Arts & Appetite

There are only a few weeks left to catch Cascadia Art Museum's current exhibition, "Paintings From the Palouse: The Art of Andrew L. Hofmeister (1913-2007)," and I highly encourage you to make the...

 

The value of a library card | Librarian's Desk

For me, the traditional signs of the transition from summer to the fall start with the slightly darker, more brisk morning runs, the frenetic morning routine to get the kids back to school on time...

 

Airplane noise over Edmonds mostly from Sea-Tac | Letters to the Editor

In response to Letters to the Editor Sept. 5, "Do you hear what I hear?" and Sept. 12, "Paine Field a plus for Edmonds," it turns out that the increased aircraft noise over Edmonds is mostly due to Sea-Tac activity! If you check out the free website...

 

Breathy deeply and remain concerned | Chuck's World

At some point around the middle of last century, my father began to smoke cigarettes. He would have been around 13, although I’m just rounding off anecdotes for convenience; I don’t have an exact...

 

Missing the fair – literally | Home Again

As the season winds down for county and state fairs, I’m reflecting on past visits to fairs I’ve enjoyed, from Cashmere to Phoenix. My favorites are the smaller ones, where it’s possible to see...

 

Local documentary receives global attention

"We're just a big, fat, really weird family," Brandon Tiehen, 19, said of his theater class at Edmonds-Woodway High School. And that's part of the reason why he set out to create a short documentary,...

 
 By Tina Novak    A & E    September 19, 2019

Driftwood opens season with 'Gentleman's Guide' | Theater Review

The Driftwood Players’ “A Gentleman’s Guide to Love and Murder,” a must-see performance in Edmonds, won a Tony for best musical in 2014. Driftwood’s version is a stellar beginning to its new season. It is a mix of mystery, whimsical romance...

 

Getting ready for the Scarecrow Festival yet?

Feel the change in the weather? It's scary time. And, just in time for Halloween – here before you know it – the Edmonds Historical Museum is sponsoring the seventh annual Edmonds Scarecrow...

 

Dogs at Yost Pool: Your questions answered

OK, so the City of Edmonds Parks and Recreation department is sponsoring the inaugural will Paws in the Pool at Yost Pool Sept. 21. Isn’t that unsanitary? Will the pool be cleaned afterward? How long will it take before swimmers allowed back in? Th...

 

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