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 By Betty Lou Gaeng    News    July 18, 2019

Teachers remembered at annual Walk Back in Time at Edmonds Cemetery

The City of Edmonds’ annual Walk Back in Time and Open House returns to Edmonds Memorial Cemetery and Columbarium 1 p.m. Thursday, July 25. Members of the cemetery board and some of their friends...

 By Betty Lou Gaeng    News    May 17, 2019

Place names from Edmonds and Meadowdale’s past

As the years pass, the names of places, roads and intersections often change and eventually just disappear, most no longer remembered. However, a few of the old names are still actually in use....


2018 Edmonds year in review, part 1

JANUARY 11th annual splash into the Sound kicks off a new year What started as a small gathering of like-minded folks has morphed into one of Edmonds’ most popular traditions. Indeed, the 11th... Full story

 By Jesse Blair    A&E    September 28, 2018

Phoenix opens 11th season with ‘Underpants’

The Phoenix Theater kicked off its 11th season with Steve Martin’s “The Underpants” – a slapstick, suggestive examination of what can happen when men catch a glimpse of a woman’s undergarments – and the extent at which they are willing to...


Leif Howard Winnem: 1963-2018

It is with a heavy heart that the Winnem family shares with you the passing of Leif Howard Winnem, 55, of Lynnwood. Husband, father, son, brother and grandfather. He died August 16th, 2018, by his...

 By Brian Soergel    A&E    April 17, 2018

Frank DeMiero closes career with Sno-King Chorale

Award-winning music educator and conductor Frank DeMiero will close out his career with Edmonds-based Sno-King Community Chorale by directing the 95-voice group in one of his favorite genres of music...

 By Betty Lou Gaeng    News    April 5, 2018

Edmonds veterans memorial monument has a new beginning

The south Snohomish county veterans memorial monument has found a new home, just in time to celebrate its 70th anniversary on Memorial Day. No longer at its longtime location in downtown Edmonds, it...


James Brady: Popular mayor had an unfortunate demise

In Edmonds from 1890 to 1912, when people mentioned Big Jim, everyone in town knew immediately that Big Jim was the well-known charismatic and jovial Irishman, James Brady. Brady was one of the men...


Edmonds Beacon: 2017 in review (January-June)

January 10th annual Polar Bear Plunge kicks off 2017 The 10th annual Polar Bear Plunge at Brackett’s Landing North was created locally by Daphne’s owner Brian Taylor. He was inspired by a 1930 pho...


The Center, Red Twig and Segway

No pressure, but Benjamin Jantz may want to start thinking about how he’s going to further his family’s commitment to the Edmonds business community. Benjamin is 15 and washes dishes at Red Twig B...

 By Betty Lou Gaeng    News    July 7, 2017

Katherine Knowlton: Timberline Kate | History Files

Even though (or maybe because) longtime Edmonds resident Kate Knowlton remained single and alone, she lived a full life. She was a World War I Army nurse, a silent-film actress, a private nurse, a real estate agent, the proprietor of a tearoom, a...


Frank Douglas Sykes: 1927-2017

An Englishman of 89 and forever a true Renaissance man, Frank died peacefully, with his immediate family by his side, after a long and courageous battle with major health issues. Born in Batley, Yorks...

 A&E    June 4, 2017

Sno-King Chorale ends season with ‘Fiddler’

In its annual “Ticket to Broadway” concert, the 90-voice Sno-King Community Chorale will perform a concert version of “Fiddler on the Roof” at 3 and 7 p.m. Saturday, June 10 at Edmonds Center...


Frank Nicholas Rocco : 1928-2017

Frank Nicholas Rocco was born May 31, 1928, in Hackensack, New Jersey, and passed away peacefully with Valerie by his side on April 30, 2017, in Mountlake Terrace, Washington. He was 88 years young....


Woodway beach attacker given 19 years

An Edmonds man convicted of attacking a woman on a Woodway beach just south of Edmonds' popular off-leash dog park was sentenced Tuesday to 19 years for attempted murder and 7 years, 9 months-to life for attempted rape. Both sentences will be ser... Full story


Court finds Fisher guilty on 2 counts

An Edmonds man was found guilty of second-degree attempted rape and first-degree attempted murder Tuesday, Jan. 24, in Snohomish County Superior Court. Judge George Bowden has set sentencing for Charles Frank Fisher, 59, for 9 a.m. Tuesday, Feb. 14....


Charles Fisher found guilty; sentencing Feb. 14

An Edmonds man was found guilty of second-degree attempted rape and first-degree murder Tuesday, Jan. 24, in Snohomish County Superior Court. Judge George Bowden has sent sentencing for Charles Frank Fisher, 59, for 9 a.m. Feb. 14. He could face... Full story


Trial scheduled to begin in attempted rape, murder on beach

A murder and rape trial scheduled for an Edmonds man accused of attempted rape and attempted murder is scheduled to begin Friday, Jan. 13, but could be postponed until next week, according to the Snohomish County Prosecutor’s Office. Charles Frank...


2016 Edmonds Year in Review | July-December

JULY Edmonds man charged in attack on beach An Edmonds man with a history of run-ins with the police faces charges of attempted rape and assault on the attack of a 41-year-old woman on the beach in... Full story

 By David Pan    Sports    October 27, 2016

Edmonds-Woodway High School honors Athletic Hall of Fame inductees

Nine athletes, two coaches and seven teams were inducted into the Edmonds-Woodway High School Athletic Hall of Fame during an Oct. 20 ceremony in the Great Hall at Edmonds-Woodway High School.... Full story


Edmonds man charged in attack on local beach

An Edmonds man with a history of run-ins with the police faces charges of attempted rape and assault on the attack of a 41-year-old woman on the beach in Woodway, just south of the Marina Beach dog... Full story


Believe in the ‘deep-down goodness’ of most | Home Again

Sometimes do you have so many thoughts stuffed in your mind that it’s difficult to find a focus for the hour or the day, much less take in the news of the world clamoring for your attention? I’ve... Full story

 By Meredith Pechta    A&E    April 16, 2015

‘Over the River and Through the Woods’ a witty, funny story | Theatre Review

The Phoenix Theatre is known for its outrageous comedies. But every once in a while, it does a comedy that is also touching and thoughtful. This play falls into that category. Nick Cristano is a man...


Events for the week of March 12 | Around Town

March 12 Andre Feriante Concert 7:30 p.m. World-renowned Spanish classical and flamenco guitar virtuoso and acclaimed poet Andre Feriante will perform a fundraising benefit for EPIC Group Writers at the Wade James (Driftwood) Theater, 950 Main St., E...


Eleven plus one equals us | Chuck's World

My backspace key got a nice little work-out just now. I wrote “With this year’s Academy Award nominations due to be announced soon,” when it occurred to me I might have heard something. Somethin...


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