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Amid smoke-filled summers, motivated teachers drive climate education
The ClimeTime program provides more resources to teach about climate change. And it gets kids thinking about solutions.
‘Baffled’: Hand Up Project founder faced concerns long before ouster
The Lynnwood nonprofit’s investigations found Robert Smiley pocketed thousands in donations meant to help vulnerable people.
Edmonds has ‘not kept pace’ with climate goals, but aims to correct course
Edmonds will vote on a new plan to do its part slowing climate change by 2050. It comes after more than a year of development.
Edmonds mayor race heats up with 3 serious contenders
Mike Nelson is seeking a second term. Mike Rosen has the backing of five former mayors. Council member Diane Buckshnis filed to run, too.
Edmonds ballet school wins top honors at competition
Olympic Ballet School won the Outstanding School Award and top placements at the Youth America Grand Prix regional competition.
Edmonds-Kingston is back to 2 boats, but it’s no ferry tale ending
The state ferry system still faces crew shortages and a diminishing, aging fleet of green-and-white workhorses.
Amid investigation, Lynnwood-based Hand Up Project ousts founder
Edmonds canceled a contract with the nonprofit that helps homeless people amid fraud allegations against Robert Smiley.
Edmonds International Women’s Day takes place Saturday
The Edmonds gathering celebrates women and diversity with this year’s theme, “EmbraceEquity.”
Edmonds seeks traffic-calming program applications
For several years, radar speed signs have been the dominant answer. Depending on data and requests, that could change.
Electrical issues at Edmonds ferry terminal suspends service
Ferry service from Edmonds-Kingston returned at 11:05 a.m. Tuesday after an issue with the transfer span halted sailings.
Edmonds police launch 911 text updates, post-incident surveys
SPIDR Tech notifies 911 callers when an officer has been dispatched, and then offers callers a survey about the event.
Edmonds schools parent, staff and student data possibly breached
Names, Social Security numbers, dates of birth and medical information may have been accessed between Jan. 16 and 30.
Rebecca Miner tapped for permanent job leading Edmonds schools
Miner has been doing the job for seven months. School board members say the interim superintendent is the “right fit.”
After Edmonds schools internet outage, staff ‘teaching like it’s the 1900s’
“Suspicious activities” on the district’s network delayed classes and caused schedule havoc. “Kids are using pencil and paper again.”
Police dog Hobbs retires after nearly 10 years on the Edmonds force
The German shepherd had 520 deployments, 166 arrests and 113 evidence finds with his handler, Sgt. Jason Robinson.
School program gives Scriber Lake teens class credits — and paychecks
The on-the-job training program offers paid internships and career planning assignments with a real-world feel.
Police seek suspects in repeated vandalism at Edmonds parks
Vandals have done over $10,000 of damage to parks across the city, including suspected arson and graffiti with hate speech.
Lunar New Year celebrates the Year of the Rabbit
A celebration in Edmonds ushered in the Lunar New Year.
Meadowdale Beach updates give fish, hikers more room to roam
Beach access at the Edmonds park has been closed since 2021. The new renovations restored salmon habitat and park facilities.
Where to celebrate Martin Luther King Jr. Day in Snohomish County
From a tribute event at Edmonds Waterfront Center to a MLK Jr. march in Everett, Dr. King’s legacy lives on.