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E-W students move on in scholarship program

Edmonds-Woodway High School students Brandon Kim and Emma Sum have been named semifinalists in the 62nd annual National Merit Scholarship Program. They will be considered next... — Updated 10/17/2016


Reproductive health and disease prevention program

The Edmonds School District is hosting a parent review night for parents and guardians to learn about the Reproductive Health and Disease Prevention Curriculum taught in grades 5-12. Parents will be able to review the complete... — Updated 10/17/2016


Meet the new superintendent

All are invited to come and meet new Edmonds School District Superintendent Kris McDuffy. You ca learn about what’s happening around the district this school year and get aquestions answered. The event dates and locations: 7... — Updated 10/17/2016


Aerospace program for high school juniors

Washington Aerospace Scholars is a distance-learning and summer residency program for high school juniors, emphasizing science, technology, engineering and math, that encourages students to consider careers in these fields. Phase... — Updated 10/17/2016


New police officer in Edmonds

Boone Bruggman is the newest police officer to serve Edmonds. He is a two-year veteran from the Cushing, Oklahoma, police department. Officer Bruggman's hire adds Oklahoma to... — Updated 10/17/2016

 By Sara Bruestle    News

Edmonds arcade aficionado sets world records

Jason Lundgren is well on his way to becoming King of the Arcades. The Edmonds man’s New Year’s resolution was to beat the world’s high score in an arcade game. Lundgren, 33, now holds not one, not two, but five world... — Updated 10/17/2016


Help the Edmonds police with CanYouID.me

The Edmonds Police Department is increasingly relying on websites and social media to catch the bad guys/girls. In April 2015, the department debuted its Facebook and Twitter... — Updated 10/17/2016


Police Beat | Oct. 3-8

Oct. 3 Multiple felony arrests A trespassing call leads to multiple felony warrant arrests in the 22200 block of Highway 99. Must be getting cold Attempted theft of portable generator from residence occurred one week ago in the... — Updated 10/17/2016


Columnist’s business plan doesn’t seem to make much sense | Letter

The recent column by James Spangler (“Personal story: Edmonds sign ordinance bad for business,” Oct. 6), expert on food, art and everything else, shows little business sense. His business plan for success, based on putting up... — Updated 10/17/2016


Drivers: Please be courteous when parking downtown | Letter

I am a big fan of trying to keep my dollars in Edmonds. It goes without saying, that the parking is tight in the downtown area. With the holiday season approaching, it is more important than ever to maximize our parking spaces. I... — Updated 10/17/2016


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