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Edmonds College students make state all-academic team Edmonds College students Kelsey Dunlap…
The state’s first Korean-American lawmaker, who died this week, had an inspiring life story.
They were taken to Harborview Medical Center. Three other adults and a dog escaped with no injuries.
Brian Baird, of Edmonds, is working to establish a National Museum and Center for Service in D.C.
He’s a 50-year-old mail carrier who dusted off his English degree to curate 6,000 tales on Twitter.
One of the luckiest retailers in the state was a Safeway in Everett, as measured by $1,000-plus winners.
Some employers are required to increase wages by $4 an hour, the city council voted Tuesday.
“Efanora” and “In a Clearing” explore pandemic-era themes of loss, fear and grief through movement.
Masked, in-person rehearsals come as a welcome change after months of virtual lessons.
Star sisters do their magic in 13 one-hour episodes of homes in Snohomish County.
A judge sentenced Kelly Jackson, 21, to more than three years for his actions at a Seattle protest last year.
Two lanes of the freeway were blocked until the vehicles could be towed away, clogging traffic.
At Saturday’s rally for unity in Esperance Park, speakers recognized that racism isn’t always overt.
Interim Chief Michelle Bennett started her career in Edmonds decades ago. She’ll apply for the permanent job.
Michelle Bennett, a veteran of the King County Sheriff’s Office, is the first woman to act as chief.
Corey Kispert is having a spectacular senior season for unbeaten, national-title-favorite Gonzaga.
The Edmonds Center for the Arts screens the Black Lives Matter-inspired “Jabari Dreams of Freedom.”
He had been with the department for more than 25 years, serving as interim chief since December 2019.
It’s been 20 years since an explosion in a mobile fire training unit injured Gold Bar’s Isaac Howard.
Creative Dementia Collective uses art and music to help them — and their caregivers.