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Missing ECA; new mural?; and doggie doo | Letters to the Editor

Can't wait to return to Edmonds Center for the Arts Re: "We're leaving the light on for you," Guest View, April 16: Thanks for embodying the Edmonds community spirit. We look forwar... — Updated 5/7/2020


Edmonds Food Bank changes delivery system to meet needs

The board members and volunteers of the Edmonds Food Bank wish to express our heartfelt gratitude to the many organizations and individuals who have stepped up to assist us in... — Updated 4/27/2020 Full story


Election, Puget Sound, QFC and more | Letters to the Editor

Cash back: My 50 cents worth I was just shopping at the QFC in Edmonds, and was surprised to learn that the store has started charging 50 cents when you ask for cash back with your... — Updated 10/31/2019


Election endorsements, CRISTA, bike lanes | Letters to the Editor

Editor's note: The following letter, which ran last week, had an incorrect headline. Because of that, we are running it again, in addition to the response to the letter. The Beacon... — Updated 10/10/2019


Allligators, orcas and refugees | Letters to the Editor

My grandfather drove Edmonds’ Alligator Bus I really appreciated Betty Lou Gaeng’s “The Stuff of Nightmares: Edmonds’ Alligator Bus” (Nov. 1) because my grandfather, Harry... — Updated 11/14/2018


Want a long, happy life? Volunteer!

You may have seen the statistic: baby boomers are retiring at an average rate of 10,000 per day. Tired of work, but not tired of living, many are seeking satisfaction by turning their interests to volunteerism. Opportunities are,... — Updated 6/21/2017

 By Laura Daniali    News

Food bank director retires after 35 years of service

An Edmonds woman who has helped feed thousands of families through 35 years of service at a local food bank is set to retire. Peggy Kennedy, 87, remembers when the Carol Rowe... — Updated 3/24/2016 Full story


Volunteers, drivers needed for donation center multiple sclerosis

The Multiple Sclerosis Helping Hands Donor Closet in Edmonds is urgently in need of volunteers who have retail experience and are comfortable working with people. Volunteer drivers for making donation deliveries and pickups also... — Updated 3/9/2016 Full story

 By Pat Ratliff    News

Drivers, produce, bread needed at food bank

The Edmonds Food Bank (The Carol Rowe Memorial Edmonds Food Bank) is in dire need of food. Stocks are low and more people come in each month for help providing for their families. ... — Updated 5/2/2013


News briefs

Japan trip deadline near Thinking of joining the Mayor's Delegation to Hekinan, Japan April 1–8? Remember, the deadline for expressing your intent is Friday, Feb. 8. No payment required at that time. Please email the Mayor'... — Updated 2/7/2013

 By Pat Ratliff    News

Edmonds Police award citizens, officers

The Edmonds Police Department recently held their 11th annual Awards Night, held at the Edmonds City Council Chambers. The Edmonds Police Department takes the opportunity, on this night, to recognize its members for their special... — Updated 5/24/2012


Sheriff honors Volunteer of the Year

Get ‘er done! That’s the can-do attitude Fred Mack brings to his role as south precinct volunteer coordinator for the Snohomish County Sheriff’s Office. That same attitude... — Updated 4/4/2012


Letters to the Editor

My Benjamin Editor: This letter is for Joanne Peterson who recently lost her cat Benjamin. Joanne, I am so sorry for the loss of Benjamin and the emptiness that it can leave in your heart and soul. I also have a Benjamin kitty I... — Updated 2/9/2012 Full story


Beacon Letters to the Editor

Haakenson deserved better Editor: Hats off to Adrienne Fraley-Monillas: Finally a voice of reason. It may be to late. Mayor Haakenson's reputation has been damaged by allegations that he was involved in some sort of criminal... — Updated 9/22/2011


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