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The colors of the rainbow

Lee Lageshulte sent us this picture of rainbow spotted from Edmonds this morning, Sept. 22. "Nice way to start the day!" she wrote.... — Updated 9/22/2021

 
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Woodway: Small explosive device leads to Town Hall evacuation

A small explosive device found on a playground near Woodway Town Hall was successfully removed by a member of Everett Police Department Tuesday, Sept. 21. There were no injuries... — Updated 9/21/2021

 
 By Brian Soergel    News 

Progress: Work begins on 'Welcome' sign in Edmonds

A year ago, The Beacon asked the City for a comment on progress of the new "Welcome to Downtown Edmonds" sign on SR 104 leading into Fifth Avenue South. Because of decreased... — Updated 9/21/2021

 
 By Brian Soergel    News 

The return of Deadmonds

Could Deadmonds be making a comeback? It's already here, if you ask Edmonds lino-cut printmaker Chris Minor, one of the artists on this weekend's Edmonds Art Studio Tour, a free ann... — Updated 9/21/2021

 
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Civic Park artist selection process public meeting

The development of Civic Park in Edmonds is now underway, and there will be several opportunities for community members to be involved in the creation of an art element for the... — Updated 9/21/2021

 
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Housing: Edmonds Civic Roundtable hosts virtual event

The newly formed Edmonds Civic Roundtable will host a meeting on housing 4-6 p.m. Monday, Sept. 27. The public is invited to participate in the free "roundtable open virtual... — Updated 9/20/2021

 
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Child passenger safety week is Sept. 19-25

South County Fire and Safe Kids Snohomish County encourage parents and caregivers to check their child's car seat or booster to make sure their little one is riding safely during Ch... — Updated 9/19/2021

 
 By Brian Soergel    News 

20 years ago: 9/11 commemorated in Edmonds

The pandemic forced a smaller version of South County Fire's annual 9/11 ceremony at Fire Station 17 in Edmonds in 2021. The event – on the 20th anniversary of the terrorist... — Updated 9/18/2021

 
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Edmonds Art Studio Tour 2021

The 2021 Edmonds Art Studio Tour began Saturday, Sept. 18, and continues Sunday, Sept. 17, from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. It's a chance to meet 35 of the area's most talented artist, in... — Updated 9/18/2021

 
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Muscling in: Classic Car Show

The 20th anniversary of the Edmonds Classic Car & Motorcycle Show was short on motorcycles, as the drizzly skies no doubt keep some away. But there were plenty of muscle and... — Updated 9/18/2021

 
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Council to interview Development Services director candidates

Edmonds City Council members will interview two candidates for the position of Development Services Director, a position vacant since the July 1 retirement of Shane Hope. The... — Updated 9/17/2021

 
 By Brian Soergel    News 

More vino: Dusted Valley opening tasting room in Edmonds

There are several breweries and numerous drinking spots in town where you can down a frothy beer from the tap or sample a flight of beers. Wine, of course, is abundant, but Edmonds... — Updated 9/16/2021

 
 By Jim Miller    News 

Obscure Social Security program helps seniors manage their money | Prime Living

Dear Savvy Senior, Does Social Security offer any special help to beneficiaries who struggle managing their benefits? My aunt, who has no children, has dementia and struggles... — Updated 9/16/2021

 
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Couch surfing; a quotidian affair | Police Beat

Sept. 6 Simmer down Female was trespassed at a local diner for causing a disturbance. 300 block Main St. Sign o' the times Female trespassed after causing disturbance over wearing... — Updated 9/16/2021

 
 By Brian Soergel    News 

Fire at Edmonds businesses suspected to be arson

The early Saturday morning fire that severely damaged all businesses at the Plum Tree Plaza in Edmonds is being investigated as arson. Edmonds Police detectives are working with... — Updated 9/16/2021

 
 By Brian Soergel    News 

Vaccines mandated at Prosecutor's Office

Those who work at the Snohomish County Prosecutor's Office in Everett must get the COVID vaccine or face losing their jobs, according to Snohomish County Prosecutor Adam Cornell.... — Updated 9/16/2021

 
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Getting much-needed rest | Through Your Lens

This baby seal was spotted at Brackett's Landing North Tuesday afternoon. "Red warning tape and a sign was out to keep your distance so the baby can sleep, which is vital for its... — Updated 9/16/2021

 
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Fire department: Child window falls at record levels in county

South County Fire is urging parents and caregivers of young children to take precautions as injuries from child window falls are nearing record-setting levels in Snohomish County.... — Updated 9/16/2021

 
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Where's the art?; grateful | Letters to the Editor

Potlatch Bistro: Do I have a point, or am I simply out to lunch? I am not a fancy guy. When I had to take art appreciation in school, I barely passed. But am I the only person... — Updated 9/16/2021

 
 By Brian Soergel    News 

What COVID vaccine? Edmonds author loses 6 months to amnesia

On April 2, Jennifer Bardsley suddenly forgot everything from the past six months. It's as if Thanksgiving, Christmas, and New Year's Day never happened. After numerous tests, docto... — Updated 9/16/2021

 
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Will Chen campaign kickoff Sept. 18 at Hickman Park

City Council candidate Will Chen will have his kickoff event 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. Sept. 18 at Hickman Park, 23700 104th Ave W, Edmonds. Chen will be facing Janelle Cass in the Nov. 3 g... — Updated 9/15/2021

 
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Edmonds Town halls to focus on spending priorities

As the City Council prepares its budget priorities for the 2022 budgeting session, Councilmember Vivian Olson will hold six town hall meetings throughout the city to hear from resid... — Updated 9/15/2021

 
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Edmonds forms community homelessness task force

Edmonds Mayor Mike Nelson announced Wednesday, Sept. 15, his plan to form a community task force on homelessness to provide recommendations on how best to respond to issues facing... — Updated 9/15/2021

 
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Subscribers step up to support The Beacon

Dear readers, We wrapped up our August Subscriber Appreciation Month with many new readers as well as existing subscribers who signed up for another year, even months before their... — Updated 9/15/2021

 
 By Brian Soergel    News 

Attendance is down; COVID cases are being tracked

The coronavirus pandemic continues to leave its mark on the Edmonds School District, with enrollment numbers significantly down, and Edmonds-Woodway and Meadowdale high schools both... — Updated 9/15/2021

 

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