Edmonds

Mermaid’s sculptor is still at work — in the California desert

Kay Henkel left Edmonds nearly 40 years ago. She is still creating art — in Palm Springs.

 

Edmonds-Woodway alum graduates from Air Force basic training

U.S. Air Force Airman Tyler Byrd graduated from basic military training at…

 

County planners seek denial of Woodway-area luxury condos

Concerns remain over design and traffic plans for the 3,081-unit development at Point Wells.

New Everett hotel will double waterfront rooms in the county

Construction on Hotel Indigo at the Port of Everett’s new live-work-play development begins Thursday.

From appetizers to dessert: FIVE full of gastronomic surprises

The restaurant slash bistro in Edmonds earns its singular name with its star-studded menu.

Students to walk out over gun issues, school safety

Walkouts are planned Friday at schools around the country, including at least nine in Snohomish County.

EdCC’s Walton ‘excited,’ ready to bring complete game to Drexel

The Tritons forward signed a letter of intent to play for the Dragons last week.

‘We don’t know why he left’: Teen has been missing for 2 years

Interest in the case of Tyler Christensen, of the Edmonds area, has recently surged on the internet.

Mud on the tracks cancels trains; more landslides possible

Over the past several days, Western Washington has seen up to 2 to 5 inches of rain.

Bike commuter honored by transit agency

For 20 years, Bob Stiles of Edmonds has commuted by bike or bus to his job in Seattle, as well as to get around for… Continue reading

Two suspects in burglary of Edmonds home are nabbed

A tip led authorities to a suspicious car, then to the two men.

Man going to prison more than 6 years after 7th DUI

A relatively new state law mandates stepped up punishment for people who’ve been repeatedly convicted.

Woman accused of helping fugitive killer lose his dreadlocks

She is charged with rendering criminal assistance to a now-convicted Edmonds killer.

Train hits car that went around crossing arms in Edmonds

Only minor injuries were reported from the slow-moving train’s collision into the side of the car.

Burglar’s break-in caught on camera

He picked up a large rock and broke the window to get in.

Elizabeth Ruth Wallace on skis in Sun Valley, Idaho, in 1966 with her husband, pharmacist Bryan Wallace. Since her death in 2016, the Elizabeth Ruth Wallace Living Trust has donated millions of dollars to nonprofit groups, parks and other organizations. (Courtesy Cheri Ryan)

Edmonds-area native’s living trust has given away millions

Through her generosity, Elizabeth Ruth “Bette” Wallace’s legacy endures.

Elizabeth Ruth Wallace on skis in Sun Valley, Idaho, in 1966 with her husband, pharmacist Bryan Wallace. Since her death in 2016, the Elizabeth Ruth Wallace Living Trust has donated millions of dollars to nonprofit groups, parks and other organizations. (Courtesy Cheri Ryan)

He turned ‘pretty much everything he picked up into a weapon’

During a standoff with Edmonds police at a motel, a man with three axes trashed the place.

Deaf Academic Bowl team advances to nationals

The Edmonds-Woodway High School Deaf Academic Bowl team finished in second place at a West Regional competition held March 10-11 in Irvine, Calif. Team members… Continue reading

Edmonds backs homelessness, opioid initiatives with $500,000

The money may be a drop in the bucket of need, but will help identify who is at risk, how to help.