Lynnwood student receives a pro-level trumpet

Lynnwood High School sophomore Kaelyn Stanton stands to be recognized Tuesday in Edmonds by members of the Edmonds Rotary Club during the presentation of a trumpet to Stanton. She received the Pelland Trumpet, a professional-level Bach Stradivarius instrument, from the Music4Life program. The trumpet is awarded each year to an outstanding musician in the Edmonds school system. Music4Life provides instruments free of charge to participating school districts for use by elementary-age students of low-income families. The Pelland Trumpet is a special award given yearly to an Edmonds Public Schools student chosen by a committee.

More in Local News

Departing mayor’s locally drawn portrait joins city’s pantheon

Artist Elizabeth Person’s portrait of Everett Mayor Ray Stephanson will hang with others at City Hall.

Inslee proposes tapping reserves, carbon tax in budget plan

The proposal also includes money for the mental health system and efforts to fight opioid addiction.

One dead in crash south of Granite Falls

Two cars collided near the intersection of N. Lake Roesiger Road and Hidden Valley Road.

2 women struck, injured while crossing busy roads

The first happened Wednesday night in Everett. The second was Thursday morning in Edmonds.

Lynnwood robbery leads to lockdown at Edmonds schools

Edmonds police said it was just a precaution as they search around Edmonds-Woodway High School.

Marysville 7-Eleven hit by armed robbers

Officers set up a perimeter and brought in a police dog, but the man couldn’t be found.

Snohomish man, 63, missing from home since Monday

He left without his keys, wallet and phone, saying something about going to “the river.”

Counties fed up with unfunded mandates may sue the state

For example, no money has been provided to install, maintain and clear out required ballot boxes.

Firefighters come to the rescue and give mom new stroller

Donations to the Good Neighbor Program covered the $143.20 cost.

Most Read