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The goal of University of Washington’s Dog Aging Project is to help dogs live longer, healthier lives.
The Phoenix Theatre in Edmonds stages the madcap comedy that originated 28 years ago in Seattle.
An exhibit at Cascadia Art Museum displays some 200 cards from the 1900s by Northwest artists.
The Edmonds Driftwood Players’ puts on the show inspired by the 1983 holiday classic Nov. 29 through Dec. 22.
Talks have been ongoing since April, but administrators won’t budge on salary hikes, faculty members say.
Initiative sponsor Tim Eyman tried to intervene in court proceedings but was stopped by the judge.
At the Edmonds Hobby Shop, model cars, boats and trains are still popular with grown-up kids.
A judge called the accidental shooting of Gala Zuehlke, 17, “an act of stupidity and youthfulness.”
The suspect said he was diagnosed with schizophrenia, but he didn’t use medication.
The man, 24, turned himself in to Edmonds police early Thursday, according to the police department.
The suspect, who owns a miniature doll store, was indicted for arson and wire fraud in a 2018 fire.
Husband-and-wife bartenders Kris and Kali Kelnero open their own place in downtown Edmonds.
If a woman is chosen to fill a vacant seat, it’d be first all-female city council in county history.
Willie K will play a holiday show with his band Nov. 23 at the Edmonds Center for the Arts.
Workers at all Swedish campuses, including Edmonds’, are asking for increased staffing, better wages.
The Washington State Patrol has one of the largest drone fleets in the country with 130 statewide.
Without the revenue car tabs brought in projects and road maintenance are likely to be postponed.
In a 4-3 vote, council members argued whether the city could take gun laws further than the state.
The suspect allegedly punched another man then walked away at a bus stop in Lynnwood.
Groove for Thought, which disbanded last year, will perform Nov. 7 at Meadowdale High School.