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Edmonds is located in Snohomish County, Washington which is in the southwestern part of the state. It has a beautiful city with a view of the Puget Sound, the Olympic Mountains and the Cascade Mountain Range. Edmonds is an important port within the Washington State Ferries system. Notable residents have included actor Steven W. Bailey (Grey's Anatomy, Buffy the Vampire Slayer), actress Bridget Hanley (Trial by Jury, How the West Was Won, Here Comes The Brides), and actress Anna Faris (Scary Movie, My Super Ex-Girlfriend, Just Friends).
Local Newspapers: Edmonds Beacon Edmonds Enterprise
Local Sports Teams: Seattle Mariners (MLB) and Seattle Seahawks (NFL)
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Towns/Cities near edmonds, washington : Woodway Esperance Lynwood Mountlake Terrace Shoreline
Snowmobiler killed in avalanche near Mount Baker
The Bellingham Herald reported Tuesday that 27-year-old Lucas K. Rohde of Edmonds was identified as the man who died.Guided tour of Edmonds Marsh on World Water Day March 22
Edmonds' Save Our Marsh and the Sierra Club Snohomish County are co-sponsoring a guided tour of the Edmonds Marsh from 6-7 p.m. on Thursday, March 22, World Water Day. Tour guides will be Susan Paine and Bill Anderson, who will provide a combination of factual information and fun stories about marsh birds.Grand re-opening celebration at Meadowdale Playfields following renovation
Officials from the City of Lynnwood, City of Edmonds, Edmonds School District, Snohomish County and Washington state gather for the ribbon cutting. Partners in the Meadowdale Playfields renovation project gathered on a sunny Monday afternoon to celebrate the grand re-opening of the facility after months of construction.South County Fire Board to meet on EMS levy resolution
The South County Fire Board of Fire Commissioners will meet March 20 to discuss a proposition asking voters to approve a replacement levy for emergency medical service during the August primary election. "EMS is the service our citizens rely on the most," said Fire Chief Bruce Stedman.Legislature sued over how it changed police deadly force law
Sen. Jamie Pedersen, left, D-Seattle, speaks during debate on the Senate floor, Thursday, March 8, 2018, at the Capitol in Olympia, Wash., on the final day of the regular session of the Legislature. Lawmakers in the Senate were discussing a compromise measure designed to make it easier to prosecute police who commit reckless or negligent shootings in Washington state.Girl Scouts victims of crimes during cookie sale season
Several Washington Girl Scouts troops have been targets of crime during this cookie sale season including an attempted armed robbery. Tacoma police spokeswoman Loretta Cool says two men with a gun tried to rob Girl Scouts selling cookies in front of a Tacoma store on Saturday evening.South Snohomish Fire Chief Bruce Stedman to speak at Daybreakers Rotary March 13
Bruce Stedman, chief of the newly-formed Snohomish County Regional Fire Authority will be the guest speaker at the Edmonds Daybreakers Rotary Club meeting Tuesday, March 13 at Anthony's Beach Cafe.Council committees to review proposals Tuesday for Frances Anderson...
The Edmonds City Council's three committees will have a full agenda Tuesday night, March 13, including reviewing bids for the new Frances Anderson Center playground structure and an Edmonds Economic Development Commission recommendation to consider changing the required 15-foot ground floor height in the downtown BD1 zone. Here's the complete agenda, along with meeting room locations.'Petra and the Wolf' comes to ECA March 23-24
Petra and the Wolf, a new work inspired from the classic Peter and the Wolf, will be presented at the Edmonds Center for the Arts Friday and Saturday, March 23-24. The performance features large-scale puppetry by Glass Half Full Theatre and a new instrumental score written and performed live by Mother Falcon, a band NPR describes as "the little orchestra that can seemingly do the impossible."Rep. Kagi says she won't run for re-election
After 20 years in the Washington State Legislature, Rep. Ruth Kagi announced Thursday that she will not seek re-election. "The greatest honor of my life has been the opportunity to serve in the House as a champion for children and families," said Kagi, chair of the House Early Learning and Human Services Committee since 2002.Edmonds Restaurant News: Prepare for Pi and St. Patrick's Days, plus dining at Amata Thai
Take your pick: sweet or savory, but on March 14 Restaurant News will take the opportunity to indulge in pie . Here are my picks.Edmonds Diversity Commission retreat focuses on The Bowl and The Rim
The Edmonds Diversity Commission held its annual retreat along with its monthly meeting on Wednesday, March 7, at the Edmonds Senior Center. All commissioners were present, with the exception of Ed Dorame, along with staff, Council Liaison Adrienne Fraley-Monillas, and two community members.Washington Legislature OKs bill to boost oil safety measures
The Washington Legislature has passed a measure that aims to boost safety around the transportation of oil in the state. The House on Wednesday approved the bill on a 62-35 vote.Questions, answers and facts about the Sno-Isle Libraries operations levy
Almost all of the money needed to operate the Edmonds, Lynnwood, Mountlake Terrace and Brier libraries - and the other 19 community libraries in the Sno-Isle Libraries district - comes from an operations levy, which is on your annual property tax statement. Only 2 percent of funding comes from non-property tax sources.Homelessness bill bans discrimination against those on aid Source: AP
It's a success story state lawmakers and advocacy groups are trying to replicate by targeting perhaps the biggest challenge faced by the homeless: rejection. Woods, 52, slept on friends' couches for eight months and had eight property owners turn her down before she found a landlord willing to accept her Section 8 voucher, a federal subsidy that helps low-income people pay their rent.Washington legislators tackle homelessness for those on aid
In the absence of legislation to incentivize the acceptance of... . In this Monday, March 5, 2018, photo, Tamara Bancroft sits inside her van, where she lives with her partner among the two-dozen or so vehicles housing homeless single women in a church parking lot in Kirkland, Wash.Save the date: American Red Cross to offer free hands-only CPR classes at EdCC April 12
The American Red Cross and Premera Blue Cross are partnering to provide Snohomish County residents the opportunity to learn Citizen's CPR in April. The courses will be provided at no cost to attendees on Thursday, April 12 at Edmonds Community College.South County Politics: Kagi, Ryu, other legislators change course on public records
State Reps. Ruth Kagi and Cindy Ryu, along with 39 other legislators, reversed course after an unpopular vote last week that would have exempted the legislature from state public records law.DeMiero Jazz Fest inspires students by day, audiences by night
Frank DeMiero with clinicians Rob Hyatt and Kate Reid. "I've known about the festival for years, and have worked with a number of Frank's associates, said Reid, a vocal clinician from the University of Miami at Coral Gables.South County Politics: Legislators weigh in on open-records vote; low ...
State Rep. Ruth Kagi has joined State Sen. Maralyn Chase in explaining the pair's votes for a bill that would exempt the legislature from the state public-records law. Legislators recently passed the bill in reaction to a Thurston County Superior Court decision that they are not exempts from the law, a law that, critics note, applies to most other entities of state and local government.
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