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Articles from the October 15, 2016 edition

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Council move on signs a step in wrong direction | Guest View

Editor’s note: Natalie Shippen, Edmonds’ first female councilmember, has been one of the strongest voices in the attempt to allow freestanding business signs on a limited basis. Edmonds...

 

City Corner | There’s always something going on in Edmonds

City work is never done. This year, the pace for the Development Services Department and the Public Works Department has ramped up even more. First, there's the permitting for development within Edmonds. Some of the development is small scale,...

 

Pity the clown. While you’re at it, consider balloons and dragons | Moment's Notice

Creepy clown sightings are being reported across Washington. Social media and TV stations are rife with warnings of clowns from Lake Stevens to Puyallup out to terrorize, or at least disturb. A video of a clown strangely swaying and crouching...

 

City: Parks closed until storm passes

From the city of Edmonds: Although sometimes it is adventurous and fun to go for a walk in the storm, the Parks Department is urging you to stay out of the parks during the wind storm. The parks have a lot of trees, and even in smaller storms the...

 

Saturday afternoon at Marina Beach

The much-anticipated storm on Saturday drew storm watchers, surfers, kiters and dogs....

 

Edmonds-Woodway, Meadowdale win, face off next week for first place | Football

Edmonds-Woodway and Meadowdale will battle for first place in the Wesco 3A South football standings next week. The Mavericks, (5-0 in the league, 6-1 overall) defeated Shorecrest 38-0 Friday at Shoreline Stadium. The Warriors (5-0, 5-2) coasted to a...

 

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