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Edmonds 2019 year in review, part 2

Ruston was among about 30 other dogs chasing rubber balls and perfecting their doggie-paddle strokes in the morning session of the inaugural Paws in the Pool at Yost Park, reserved for dogs 50 pounds...

 

Dogs will take over Yost Pool

The City of Edmonds Parks and Recreation department is sponsoring the inaugural will Paws in the Pool at Yost Pool Sept. 21. Dogs 50 pounds and under will be allowed in from 10 a.m. to noon. Dogs...

 

Around Town events and volunteer opportunities for the Edmonds area

Edmonds in Bloom seeks volunteers Edmonds in Bloom is seeking volunteers to help out with its 2013 events. Projects may include any one or more of the following: fund raising, publicity, graphic design, gardening project assistance, misc. computer...

 

'Around Town' events and volunteer opportunities for Edmonds

Cannon Ball/Belly Flop contest this Friday Come watch the master's of disaster ply their trade, listen to the ohh's and awe's as intrepid contestants brave their fears as they thwack the water. Join the fun and watch the biggest splash ever at our...

 
 By Pat Ratliff    News    April 12, 2012

Michael Plunkett: 14 years of commitment

Edmonds City Council member Michael Plunkett is resigning his position after 14 years. He announced he will leave on June 4. After recently marrying his wife Patty, he will be moving to Magnolia,...

 

Council candidates give their views

In order to give Edmonds voters a chance to get to know their candidates better, the Beacon sent out a questionnaire with three questions to be answered, plus an opportunity for an open-ended... Full story

 

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