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At least two men were involved Wednesday morning, according to the school.
“Painters of the Northwest: Impressionism to Modernism” opens Jan. 17 at the Cascadia Art Museum.
“There’s no greater time than now to honor Dr. King’s vision,” educator and poet Michael Benitez says.
Joey Shapiro Key and Corey Gray to speak on “Indigenous Perspectives of Earth and Space” in Edmonds.
Someone snapped a photo of the man Sept. 30 near Yost Park, where he was later found dead.
Writing under a pseudonym, Jennifer Bardsley is making a name for herself in the YA book world.
After two years, The Kitty Catfe in Edmonds must move its venue with 19 cats from Firdale plaza.
A vacant supermarket site will provide more spaces during construction at the Transit Center.
Edmonds Senior Center opens a new shop of bargains in Westgate Shopping Center. All ages welcome.
The multimedia show in Edmonds was inspired by astronauts who saw the Earth from space.
The works of Andrew “Skip” Schwartz are part of the “In With the New” exhibit at Gallery North in Edmonds.
Madrona K-8 in Edmonds has multiple-grade classrooms, clocks for deaf students and recess options.
Police say they encountered “a hostile crowd” on Dec. 14 at a private party at the Edmonds Senior Center.
Charlotte Day, 17, wasn’t deterred by dyscalculia. Her sculpture is now displayed at Microsoft.
The woman’s husband and school-age son were nearby, but uninjured.
Bronkar Lee and Aaron Williams wield numerous talents in the drum-based show Collision of Rhythm.
Everyone has a reason to take part in the event: Maybe it’s spiritual, or maybe it’s an excuse for a Rainier.
Alexander D. Rhodes, 23, died from multiple gunshot wounds. His death was called a homicide.
The woman, 20 years older than her husband, had not seen a doctor in 10 years or more.
The Edmonds Theater and Everett Historic Theatre are hosting viewing parties on New Year’s Day.