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Accounting wasn’t a good fit for this “super-friendly” person, so she switched to bartending.
The 62-year-old Edmonds Arts Festival returns Friday through Sunday at the Frances Anderson Center.
Ryley McGhie helped a man hide from police after he told her he was wanted for a shooting in Edmonds.
She said she wanted a refund, according to a police report. Instead, she was arrested.
“If we are in the travel business, we are contributing to the destruction of our environment,” he said.
A driver backed into an Edmonds cop’s SUV, then crashed. A police dog found him hiding in a tree.
But there are stricter release conditions for Terrence Miller, who is accused of killing Jody Loomis.
Some states’ strict laws worry Dr. Suzanne Poppema, who performed the procedure for 20-plus years.
Esperance park will be closed for the next four to five months while it undergoes renovations.
Students at College Place Elementary School learn to grow their own food.
The Edmonds restaurant specializes in handmade dumplings and noodles of northeastern China.
Randlett began photographing major Northwest artists and writers in 1949.
Popular YouTuber Stefan Torres, a Swedish/Edmonds nurse, is named UW Bothell Alumni of the Year.
Bruce Stedman responded to the L.A. riots and the Oso mudslide. Now he’ll focus on health and family.
Painters Scott Gellatly and C.A. Pierce are featured in “Interpretive Landscapes” at Cole Gallery.
85°C Bakery Cafe opened in Lynnwood in 2017. Now it has another location 4 miles away in Edmonds.
In the Phoenix Theatre show, two divorced women try to protect their friend from a creepy dentist.
Schrock played key roles in merging fire- and police-related agencies. “He left an imprint.”
The school board approved the layoffs, which could affect 38 full- and part-time teachers.
After the Senior Center breaks ground on a new building, the city could complete a beach walkway.