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Returning to Edmonds for some music | Through Your Lens

Local photog Bob Sears came across these fine young musicians – the Whitmore kids – at the fountain earlier last week. "They're originally from Edmonds and are now living in... — Updated 6/1/2023


Music and dancing in Edmonds | Through Your Lens

Drummer Julia Raymond performed with the Cascadia Pipe Band last weekend at the Edmonds Masonic Lodge on Dayton Street. The free event was called a "ceilidh," a traditional... — Updated 6/1/2023


Police awards: Aaron Greenmun is officer of the year

Edmonds police officers were honored at the 22nd annual Awards Night, an opportunity for the Edmonds Police Department to recognize its members for their special contributions to... — Updated 6/1/2023

 By Brian Soergel    News

Mackey Guenther will run for City Council seat 4

Mackey Guenther will challenge Michelle Dotsch for the open Position 4 seat on Edmonds City Council. Guenther filed May 19, the last day to file for the 2023 election. "I grew up... — Updated 5/25/2023

 By Brian Soergel    News

Summer tease: Heatwave drives many to Edmonds beaches

After six months of cloudy skies, drizzle, and temps refusing to budge over 60 (welcome to the PNW, newcomers), pre-summer heat baked Edmonds and Puget Sound this last week with... — Updated 5/25/2023

 By Brian Soergel    News

Construction begins at the Edmonds library

Good news for library fans here. And who isn't a fan of the Edmonds Library? Sno-Isle Libraries, in partnership with City of Edmonds, has begun construction on the Edmonds Library.... — Updated 5/25/2023

 By Beacon Staff    News

A new era beginning for ECA

At the end of February, Edmonds Center for the Arts (ECA) announced the coming departure of its founding Executive Director Joe McIalwain, who steps down from his position in late A... — Updated 5/25/2023

 By Jerry Cornfield    News

2020 election denier seeks auditor job

Editor's note: The Washington State Standard is a new nonprofit news organization producing original reporting on state policy and politics. Stories will shed light on how the... — Updated 5/25/2023


Memorial Day; Bike to Work Day | City Briefs

Memorial Day observance announced The Edmonds Cemetery and Columbarium Board has its annual Memorial Day observance Monday, May 29. The event is 11 a.m. at the Edmonds Cemetery at... — Updated 5/25/2023


Chris Eck seeks Edmonds City Council Position 1

Chris Eck, a longtime human services and nonprofit leader who serves on the Snohomish County Planning Commission and Edmonds Tree Board, has announced her candidacy for Edmonds... — Updated 5/25/2023


Golden years; felon in custody | Police Beat

May 16 Nice view Seat cushion found on the shoreline. 300 block Railroad Ave. Another drive-by Individual hit with rounds from a BB gun while walking their dog. 20700 block 76th... — Updated 5/25/2023


Warbling through the cherry trees | Through Your Lens

From Henry Draper: "A Wilson's warbler joined the cherry tree parade today (May 9). A rare sighting for me – I've only seen one other in all the years I've been observing the... — Updated 5/25/2023


Tolling authorization marks next step in I-5 bridge replacement

Sen. Marko Liias' (D-Everett) legislation to authorize tolling on the I-5 bridge has been signed into law by Gov. Jay Inslee. Passage of Senate Bill 5765 is the next step in... — Updated 5/25/2023


Former finance director Scott James lands at Waterfront Center

Scott James, Edmonds' finance director from 2014 to 2020, has made a circuitous path back to the city. He is working part-time as the accounting manager for the Edmonds Waterfront... — Updated 5/25/2023

 By Brian Soergel    News

No drama: Council candidates move on

When Mackey Guenther filed with the Public Disclosure Commission May 19, he became the final candidate to enter the 2023 election to determine five City Council seats and the next... — Updated 5/25/2023


Concerned about the Edmonds Marsh | Letter to the Editor

Open letter to Mayor Mike Nelson: I am a citizen of Edmonds who is concerned about the restoration of all Edmonds Marsh lands. I was a marsh restoration volunteer under the... — Updated 5/23/2023


Port Commissioner David Preston announces reelection bid

Port of Edmonds Commissioner David Preston has announced his intention to run for another term. Preston has served two terms on the commission. "I'm excited about the progress the... — Updated 5/20/2023

 By Beacon Staff    News

ACE President Michelle Dotsch seeks council Position 4

Dr. Michelle Dotsch, an Edmonds native whose family dental practice earned her the nickname "Dr. Michelle," has announced she will run for the Edmonds City Council's open Position... — Updated 5/19/2023


Edmonds Jazz Connection returns for 2023

The Edmonds Jazz Connection returns Saturday, May 20. In addition to raising funds to support music education in Edmonds schools, the festival brings in 3,000-plus attendees each... — Updated 5/18/2023


Bike to Work Day in Edmonds May 19

The City of Edmonds invites the public to celebrate national Bike to Work Day with a morning bike ride with Mayor Mike Nelson, members of the Edmonds Police Department, and city... — Updated 5/18/2023


South County Fire plans teddy bear clinic in Edmonds

South County Fire will celebrate Emergency Medical Services Week with a Fire Station Open House and Teddy Bear Clinic Saturday, May 20, from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. at Edmonds Downtown... — Updated 5/18/2023


Gov. Inslee signs drug policy overhaul into law

State legislators on Tuesday approved an overhaul of state law guiding penalties and treatment options for people caught possessing illegal drugs or using them in public. The measure passed during a one-day special session focused... — Updated 5/18/2023


Edmonds resident new head of Community Health Center

Dr. Ken Faber of Edmonds is the new chief medical officer of Community Health Center of Snohomish County (CHC), which has a clinic on Highway 99. He has over 35 years of experience... — Updated 5/18/2023


Warbling through the cherry trees | Through Your Lens

From Henry Draper: "A Wilson's warbler joined the cherry tree parade today (May 9). A rare sighting for me – I've only seen one other in all the years I've been observing the... — Updated 5/17/2023

 By Brian Soergel    News

Summer Market springs to life

The Edmonds Historical Museum's Summer Market kicked off May 6, with summer more than a month away. It's best not to think about it too much. Just enjoy. But it you're wanting to... — Updated 5/15/2023


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