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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).

Population: 39515
Local Newspapers: Edmonds Beacon Edmonds Enterprise
Local Sports Teams: Seattle Mariners (MLB) and Seattle Seahawks (NFL)
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Zip Codes associated with edmonds, washington: 98020 98026
Towns/Cities near edmonds, washington : Woodway Esperance Lynwood Mountlake Terrace Shoreline

Edmonds News
Artfully Edmonds: Interviewing our best and brightest, plus details on a busy weekend

"Artfully Edmonds" profiles two EWHS buddies who are helping turn the page on how books are read. Stephanie Ballien and Mark Pearson met in Edmonds-Woodway High School's International Baccalaureate program and have gone on to found, an audiobook content distributor that now includes Edmonds Bookshop among its members.

Man dies while being arrested by deputies in Snohomish

TV reports that according to Edmonds police Sgt. Josh McClure, Snohomish County sheriff's deputies were trying to arrest the 29-year-old while responding to a domestic violence call.

Propane camp stove cause of Monday night fire at Meadowdale home

The Snohomish County Fire Marshal's Office has determined that a Monday night blaze at a Meadowdale home was started by a propane camp stove that ignited the exterior siding. The fire caused $95,000 in damage to the two-story house in the 16000 block of 51st Place in unincorporated Edmonds.

Resolution to reprimand commissioners not on March 21 Fire District 1 meeting agenda

It appears that the Snohomish County Fire District 1 Board of Commissioners on Tuesday night will not be revisiting the racially-charged remarks made by Commissioners David Chan and Bob Meador, which resulted in a failed effort to reprimand the two commissioners during a special meeting called last Friday, March 17. According to Fire District 1 spokeswoman Leslie Hynes, the item was not added to Tuesday night's regular meeting agenda. At the time of the 2-2 Friday vote, with one of the board's five commissioners absent, there was speculation that the resolution would be revisited during the March 21 commission meeting.

Cascade Symphony offering scholarships to high school seniors

Cascade Symphony Orchestra will award scholarships of $2,000 to $3,000 to qualified high school seniors from the Edmonds, Mukilteo, Northshore and Shoreline school districts. Applicants must audition on an orchestral instrument and continue their musical studies in college, but they need not major in music.

Neighbors petition city for safer crosswalks along Caspers Street

Gary and Chino Shaver wait to cross at the Caspers Street crosswalk in front of the Edmonds United Methodist Church. For the past three years, Edmonds residents Gary and Chino Shaver have been worried about the volume and speed of traffic on Caspers Street, a main thoroughfare that connects downtown Edmonds and the Edmonds-Kingston ferry to 196th Street Southwest in Lynnwood and points beyond.

Landslides muck up Monday commute from Everett to Puyallup

Rail lines and roads are shut down Monday morning, and will remain closed Monday evening as well for many commuters. For Sound Transit and Amtrak commuters in the North Sound, normal service won't return until Tuesday morning at the earliest.

Amtrak train hits and kills Edmonds woman Edmonds police are...

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Woman dies after being struck by train at Haines Wharf Park

A 41-year-old woman walking on the railroad tracks Sunday near Haines Wharf Park in north Edmonds was struck and killed by an Amtrak passenger train around 7:10 p.m. According to Edmonds police spokesman Shane Hawley, the woman was walking on the tracks with her husband when she was hit by the train, which was traveling northbound. The husband was not injured.

WA Commissioners Apologize for Racial Remarks

March 18--Two Snohomish County fire commissioners apologized Friday night for making racially insensitive comments when they joked about hiring "cheaper" Mexican laborers for a paramedic position. But an attempt to impose disciplinary action failed on a 2-2 tie vote by the commissioners for Fire District 1. Commissioner Jim Kenny asked that the two board members, David Chan and Bob Meador, receive a written reprimand.

Mudslide cancels Sounder train service to Sunday Sounder FC match

Sound Transit reported Sunday morning that Sounder train north line service to the Sounders FC match against NY Red Bull today, March 19, has been canceled due to a mudslide. Riders can take regularly scheduled bus service to the match.

Reminder: Legislative town halls for 21st, 32nd districts March 18

For those who live in the 32nd Legislative District, which covers part of Edmonds as well as Lynnwood, Sen. Maralyn Chase will host two town hall meetings on Saturday, March 18. The first will be from 10 a.m. to noon at the Mountlake Terrace Senior Center, 23000 Lakeview Drive and the second will be from 1:30 to 3:30 p.m. at the Lynnwood Fire Department, 18800 44th Ave. W. And for those living in the 21st District, Sen. Marko Liias, Rep. Lillian Ortiz-Self and Rep. Strom Peterson will host a town hall meeting on Saturday, March 18 at Meadowdale High School.

Bird Lore: Eurasian Wigeon

The Eurasian Wigeon is an uncommon winter visitor to the West Coast of North America. It associates with flocks of American Wigeon .

Reminder: EWHS Class of '19, Warrior football partnering for March 18 fundraiser

The Edmonds-Woodway High School Class of 2019 is partnering with the Edmonds-Woodway football team and the Edmonds Warrior Youth Football Program for an all-day fundraiser this Saturday, March 18 at Romeo's Restaurant .

Nominations now open for 2017 Edmonds Citizen of Year

Nominations are being accepted for the 24th Annual Edmonds Citizen of the Year award, sponsored by the Kiwanis Club of Edmonds to recognize a person for their community service. The deadline to submit is Friday, May 5. Nominees may be a civic-minded citizen active in civic affairs, community activities and/or business pursuits.

City Council approves 212th and 76th intersection improvements

The Edmonds City Council during its Tuesday evening study session awarded a contract to Marshbank Construction for long-awaited improvements to the intersection at 76th Avenue West and 212th Street Southwest. Marshbank is the same firm that completed the roundabout at Five Corners.

After apartment is trashed during SWAT team standoff, Edmonds man asks for help

Sean Danaher, right, and his son Ryan Grayson can no longer live in the Edmonds apartment damaged during a police standoff March 11. An Edmonds man and his son living in the apartment that was severely damaged during a five-hour police standoff with an armed man March 11 have started a GoFundMe account to assist with lodging and other expenses. Timothy Sean Danaher said he was at a conference in Ocean Shores Saturday when a former co-worker "in a drug-induced psychosis" forced his way into Danaher's apartment located in the 20900 block of 76th Avenue West around 2:30 p.m. March 11. Danaher's 18-year-old son Ryan Grayson was home at the time of the break-in and the suspect ordered him to leave the apartment at gunpoint, Danaher said.

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