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Edmonds suspect targeted Asian girls

New information is shedding light on the criminal history of a 50-year-old man charged with first-degree molestation of a 10-year-old girl in Edmonds last month. Court documents show that Jeffrey Allen Cook of North Bend, a white man with a seeming... Full story


The stuff of nightmares: Edmonds’ Alligator Bus

It was often called the Alligator Bus. To me, it was the bus of my nightmares. Invented by George W. Yost, one-time bookkeeper and manager of the Yost Auto Company in Edmonds, the bus went into...


Voting: Your right, your privilege, on Nov. 6 | Mayor's Corner

A couple of times a year we, as citizens of the United States of America, have the privilege of voting. Yes, we are in an "off-year" election, a phrase that, quite frankly, puzzles me. For...


The stories behind the images at Cascadia Art Museum | Arts & Appetite

With its current exhibition, “Invocation of Beauty,” Cascadia Art Museum achieves another milestone in the northwest arts community – the first in-depth study of the work and life of photographer... Full story

 By David Brewster    A&E    November 2, 2018

Recommendations: New and forthcoming nonfiction | Fresh Reads

Several readers (and one editor) of my previous column on new fiction books asked for a follow-up piece on new and forthcoming nonfiction titles that the Edmonds Bookshop staff are anticipating will...


'Shruti Ghatak: Displacements’ opens Nov. 9 in Shoreline

From her native India, to New Hampshire, New Jersey, New York, and now Washington, artist Shruti Ghatak traveled over 8,000 miles in a voyage that began with a degree in science and emerged over the years to a focused study of art and detailed... Full story


Giving back in Edmonds, one vase at a time

While most Edmonds Sculptors Workshop members are gearing up for their fall sale Nov. 16-17, Mary Ann Tokas, Faye Gallagher, Marty Pace and Jan Berry donated their time and energy to make flower...

 By Brian Soergel    News    November 2, 2018

Meet Snohomish County's new prosecuting attorney

Edmonds resident Adam Cornell, a Democrat and 15-year deputy prosecuting attorney, is running unopposed for the four-year seat of Snohomish County Prosecuting Attorney. Incumbent Mark Roe is...


Four E-W students awarded Kyle Humann Music Scholarships

Four Edmonds-Woodway music students were awarded the annual Kyle Humann Music Scholarship for free private lessons at the school’s fall concert. Humann, a trumpeter and 2005 E-W graduate, has... Full story


Fundraiser adds momentum for Waterfront Center

It was a full house at the Edmonds Yacht Club by 7:15 a.m. on Thursday, Oct. 25. Community and business leaders arrived to get a campaign update and show their support for the Edmonds Senior Center and its plans to construct the Edmonds Waterfront...


Convicted murderer gets life without parole

A man involved in two murders this past summer in Mukilteo and Arlington was sentenced to life in prison without the possibility of parole Tuesday, Oct. 23. Because Anthony Hernandez-Cano, 18, pled guilty in August to two counts of aggravated murder,...


4 vying for PUD seats

Ballots and voters’ pamphlets have been mailed, and the Nov. 6 general election is nearly approaching. There are four candidates for two open positions for a commissioner seat with the Snohomish Cou...


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