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The city of Lynnwood, Washington is located in the southwestern part of the state of Washington. It is a suburb and also a major commuter city of Seattle. It is known as the "hub city" of Snohomish County due to a large amount of retail shopping. The city was officially incorporated in 1950 and was designed to be a site for raising chickens. Lynnwood was named after a Seattle developer who named the town Lynn after his wife.

Population: 33847
Local Newspapers: The Herald Navy News
Local Sports Teams: Seattle Mariners (MLB) Seattle Seahawks (NFL)
Local Colleges: Central Washington University-Lynnwood

Zip Codes associated with lynnwood, washington: 98036 98037
Towns/Cities near lynnwood, washington : North Creek Alderwood Manor Picnic Point Edmonds Brier

Lynnwood News
Council bans safe injection sites in unincorporated Snohomish County

Photo courtesy of Insite: The Snohomish County Council has passed a ban on safe injection sites in unincorporated portions of the county. The Snohomish County Council voted unanimously to ban safe injection sites following a public hearing in Everett on Wednesday.

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.

Owner of Mexican restaurants charged with tax theft of $5.6M

Prosecutors say the owner of a chain of Mexican restaurants in King and Snohomish counties used sales-suppression software to avoid paying $5.6 million in state taxes. The Daily Herald reports that 57-year-old Salvador Sahagun, of Bothell, is facing felony theft charges filed this week in Snohomish County Superior Court.

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 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.

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.

Efforts by lawmakers to lower car tab fees could be in jeopardy

This was one Washington driver's artistic touch to their car tabs failed to impress a state trooper. But if the person balked at the new high car tab fees they weren't alone - legislature's attempts to lower the fees is hitting a snag.

Nonfiction: The Lesson Here Is Listen to the Victim

A FALSE REPORT A True Story of Rape in America By T. Christian Miller and Ken Armstrong 291 pp. Crown Publishers.

Organizations rallying opposition to annual aerial spraying of pesticides in the Sky Valley region

The Sky Valley's best chance to impact local aerial spraying practices is to direct resources intentionally, according to Washington Community Environmental Legal Defense Fund organizer Kai Huschke. Do people want to tolerate the pesticide treatments, request advanced notice, or work to make sure applications are banned in the area, he said.

Mom calls school assignment racistThe mother of a 5th grader at...

LYNNWOOD, Wash. - The mother of a 5th grader at Meadowdale Elementary School feels her son's homework assignment was racist.

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.

Two dogs missing after fire near Lynnwood

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Reminder: Read Across America festivities continue March 2-3

Twenty-one years ago, the National Education Association created Read Across America to celebrate reading. Occurring every year near the birthday of Dr. Seuss, the day is focused on encouraging families to read together, and locally it's also used to raise funds for Edmonds School District libraries.

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.

A letter from Edmonds School Superintendent regarding school safety and security

The safety of our students, staff and the entire Edmonds School District family is our highest priority and duty. Our hearts ache for the families and communities impacted by the recent tragic event in Florida.

All local lawmakers vote to exempt legislators from public disclosure requests prior to July 1

All of the 32nd District, 21st District and 1st District legislators representing Edmonds, Lynnwood and Mountlake Terrace voted for a bill that would exempt state lawmakers from Washington's Public Records Act for information created prior to July 1 of this year. The legislation is retroactive, making records that currently exist off-limits from disclosure.

Assistant Fire Chief Brad Reading to be honored at retirement reception Feb. 28

The South County Fire Board of Commissioners this week honored Assistant Fire Chief Brad Reading, who will retire Feb. 28 after 41 years in the fire service. Pictured are, from left Commissioners Bob Meador, David Chan, Benjamin Goodwin, Jim McGaughey, Assistant Chief Reading, Commissioners Jim Kenny, Richard Schrock and Christine Frizzell.

Read Across America festivities planned for early March in Edmonds, Lynnwood

Twenty-one years ago, the National Education Association created Read Across America to celebrate reading. Occurring every year near the birthday of Dr. Seuss, the day is focused on encouraging families to read together, and locally it's also used to raise funds for Edmonds School District libraries.

Oregon State Police trooper dragged down interstate during traffic stop

An Oregon State Police trooper was dragged down Interstate 5 when a suspect fled a traffic stop that netted a brick of cocaine. The OSP says 24-year-old Giovanni Dante White jumped back into his car while a drug-sniffing dog was searching it and fled.

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