Articles from the November 26, 2019 edition

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Edmonds Mayor-elect Mike Nelson announces transition team

Councilmember Mike Nelson, who defeated fellow councilmember Neil Tibbott in the general election and will become Edmonds' next mayor, has announced his transition team. "With the p... — Updated 11/26/2019

 By Brian Soergel    News

Man walks to police station to report he's stabbed his father

Just before 3 a.m. on Thursday, Nov. 21, a 24-year-old Edmonds man walked to the Edmonds Police Department, picked up the phone at an outside callbox, and said he killed his... — Updated 11/26/2019

 By Brian Soergel    News

Edmonds business owner indicted on arson charge

A business owner arrested Nov. 21 on an indictment charging her with arson and wire fraud currently runs a business in Edmonds. U.S. Attorney Brian T. Moran announced the... — Updated 11/26/2019


Wanted: Sister City chaperones for Hekinan trip

Edmonds Sister City Commission is accepting applications for educators interested in co-leading a trip to the Sister City of Hekinan, Japan, during the last two weeks of July 2020.... — Updated 11/26/2019


Robberies, warrants, crashes | Police Beat

Nov. 5 Robbery Subject forces his way into residence and demands money from victim. Additionally subject trespasses in neighboring backyard. 21400 block 84th Ave. W. Bump Reporting... — Updated 11/26/2019

 By Brian Soergel    News

Teenager sentenced to 10 years in killing of Gala Zuehlke

A teenager convicted of shooting and killing a 17-year-old former Edmonds-Woodway High School student was sentenced to 10 years in prison last week in Snohomish County Superior... — Updated 11/26/2019


Edmonds CC announces new board of trustees members

Edmonds Community College has announced the appointment by Gov. Jay Inslee of two new members to its board of trustees. They are Adrianne Wagner and Wally Webster II. The board is... — Updated 11/26/2019


EdCC launches Idea Lab incubator

Edmonds Community College has launched the Idea Lab – a permanent innovation incubator – to respond to what it says are rapid transformations taking place in higher education. T... — Updated 11/26/2019

 By Madeline Coats    A & E

Edmonds Mountain Bike seeks local riders

Edmonds Mountain Bike is looking for new members to join their high school and middle school teams. All levels of bikers are accepted for residents in the Mukilt... — Updated 11/26/2019 Full story

 By Jenny Murphy    Opinion

Gratitude, giving and groceries | Off the Cuff

How about a little community good news from beautiful downtown Edmonds to add some brightness to your holiday season? After all, who doesn't love a good story? I know I do. I... — Updated 11/26/2019


Edmonds Toy Shop looking for donations

The Edmonds Toy Shop is collecting toys, books, wrapping paper, stuffed animals, bikes and warm coats for Edmonds kids whose families can't afford to purchase gifts for Christmas.... — Updated 11/26/2019


Railroad Association has holiday open house

Members of the Swamp Creek and Western Railroad Association will operate their HO scale model trains 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Saturday, Dec. 7, during a holiday open house at the Edmonds... — Updated 11/26/2019 Full story


CeCe Winans Christmas show at ECA

Best-selling gospel artist CeCe Winans will join the Edmonds Center for the Arts for a Christmas show Dec. 11 at 7:30 p.m. Winans has recorded and performed as both a solo artist... — Updated 11/26/2019


All is bright: Tree Lighting Ceremony is Nov. 30

Live music performances and an appearance by Santa Claus will headline the annual Tree Lighting Ceremony in downtown Edmonds Saturday, Nov. 30, in an event staged each year by the... — Updated 11/26/2019

 By Brian Soergel    A & E

Gothard Sisters celebrating 10th anniversary

The Gothard Sisters of Edmonds – Greta, Solana and Willow – present their sixth annual "Christmas With the Gothard Sisters" 7:30 p.m. Thursday, Dec. 5, at the Edmonds Center... — Updated 11/26/2019

 By Tim Raetzloff    Opinion

Snohomish County stock index: 25 years later | History Files

Twenty-five years ago, I began to calculate the Abarim Snohomish County Stock Index . My hope for the index was that it would shine light on Snohomish County companies that... — Updated 11/26/2019


Finding grandmother's treasures | Home Again

I own a few of my beloved grandmother’s treasures from her childhood and early adulthood. A tiny blue purse, trimmed with clear glass beads. A formal photograph of her at age 8,... — Updated 11/26/2019

 By Chuck Sigars    Opinion

It is right to give our thanks and praise | Chuck's World

In my personal arsenal of useful emotional states, gratitude is the clear winner. I’m all for feeling happy or hopeful, although you can’t count on those. But gratitude is... — Updated 11/26/2019


What's next, Edmonds?; More on George Brackett | Letters to the Editor

City is overreaching My mother-in-law (the City) recently passed ban on single-use plastic containers and is appealing a safe gun storage ruling. Although I agree the people should... — Updated 11/26/2019

 By Michael Gold    Opinion

Who needs Starbucks? And other status symbols | Off Kilter

OK, I’m prepared to get hammered by Starbucks devotees. It’s the price of being counter-cyclical. Why do I say, “Who needs them?” Here’s why: I get the Seattle grunge... — Updated 11/26/2019


Thanks to SanKai, Edmonds is on a roll | Arts & Appetite

Our city's name is on a sushi roll, that is, with the opening of the much-anticipated SanKai Sushi in the Edmonds bowl. Sushi master Ryuichi Nakano recently opened SanKai after... — Updated 11/26/2019


Underway: Simulating an emergency

Cmdr. Emily Bassett of Edmonds, USS Gerald R. Ford's (CVN 78) reactor officer, responds to a simulated casualty during a dual medical response team training in Ford's officer... — Updated 11/26/2019


EdCC Foundation honors Diana Clay with Cornerstone Award

The Edmonds Community College Foundation honored Diana Clay with its most prestigious Cornerstone Lifetime Achievement Award at its Oct. 24 Foundation Scholarship Reception, where... — Updated 11/26/2019


Here are the next steps on Dayton Street improvements

Following the completion of paving and striping on Dayton Street between Third and Fifth avenues south this fall, the City of Edmonds says it’s been working with the contractor and the public to identify ways to accelerate the... — Updated 11/26/2019


From scratch: Meadowdale graduate finds his niche with baking bread

Edmonds has a best-kept secret bakery. It pops up in plain sight most Saturdays in Perrinville, at Olympic View Drive and 76th Avenue West. It's there where, under two... — Updated 11/26/2019


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