Edmonds

Scriber Lake students and staff are celebrating the publication of their seventh book. It includes stories of personal struggles, addiction, failure, anxiety and more. Gathered are, (from front left) Jenna Jensen, 17, Mindy Filla, 18, Moniline Winston, 18, and Bailey Frisbie, 17. From left top, librarian Leighanne Law, teacher Marjie Bowker, Joey Walker, 16, and Reese Olds-Craig, 17. (Dan Bates / The Herald

Student authors write their truth, their pain, their healing

Scriber Lake High School’s book project produces a seventh volume, with teens telling personal stories.

Scriber Lake students and staff are celebrating the publication of their seventh book. It includes stories of personal struggles, addiction, failure, anxiety and more. Gathered are, (from front left) Jenna Jensen, 17, Mindy Filla, 18, Moniline Winston, 18, and Bailey Frisbie, 17. From left top, librarian Leighanne Law, teacher Marjie Bowker, Joey Walker, 16, and Reese Olds-Craig, 17. (Dan Bates / The Herald

Unpaid student meal debts are on the rise in area schools

Officials say a new law ensuring students are served even if they can’t pay is part of the reason.

Washington Trails Association director lives group’s mission

Andrea Imler is devoted to protecting Washington’s trails — whether she’s in the office or on a hike.

Based on 2017 pollution data, Edmonds to set climate goals

The city, businesses and residents generated the equivalent of 65,000 cars driving for a year.

Experience the flavors of the Caribbean at Calypso in Edmonds

Strike up the steel band and get ready for a restaurant that evokes the sunny Caribbean islands.

When doctor says yes and insurer says no, what do you do?

Changes in state law could bring smoother resolutions to disputes over the best treatment options.

How the Edmonds Theater survives in the age of Netflix

It’s an independently owned Art Deco beauty with one screen and a motto: “New movies at classic prices.”

Backlash stalls Edmonds’ housing strategy

The plan recommends increasing the supply of affordable housing and encouraging the development of multifamily units.

He’s the man whose yellow VW van gets attention in Edmonds

Steve Bell likes watching trains: “This is my living room, this is my outdoors.”

He recreated his ancestors’ journey through the fjords of Norway

Edmonds’ Dave Ellingson will speak on “Kayaking the Fjords of Norway” at the Marysville Opera House.

Political change — changes? — coming to Edmonds

The mayor won’t seek re-election this fall, when four of seven city council seats are on the ballot.

Three veterans of Edmonds’ theaters create their own production in Kenmore

As If Theatre Company will premiere its debut show, “The Clean House,” Feb. 15 in Kenmore.

11-year-old violinist to solo with Cascade Symphony Orchestra

Saturday’s children’s concert will include “Tubby the Tuba” featuring a tuba solo and narrated story.

Edmonds Mayor Dave Earling decides not to seek a third term

“The time is right for me to move on to other things in my life,” he said. He has led the city since 2011.

PAWS’ Laura Follis embraces Sandy, a terrier mix that suffers from hair loss and other disorders. The nonprofit is the recipient of a gift of at least $500,000 from the estate of an Edmonds woman. (Dan Bates File / The Herald)

Edmonds woman’s estate, more than $2 million, aids nonprofits

City park, quilt museum, organizations that help animals all received gifts from Norada Shanafelt.

PAWS’ Laura Follis embraces Sandy, a terrier mix that suffers from hair loss and other disorders. The nonprofit is the recipient of a gift of at least $500,000 from the estate of an Edmonds woman. (Dan Bates File / The Herald)

‘Build that wall’ cookie sparks outrage and spikes sales

Edmonds baker doesn’t try to sugarcoat the messages he puts on heart-shaped cookies.

Man charged with vehicular homicide after Lynnwood crash

Prosecutors: Joshua Krueger was speeding away from police when he crashed into a car outside a QFC.

Unsung astronomer’s story to be told on stage in Edmonds

“Silent Sky” is about Henrietta Swan Leavitt, whose work led to men getting all the credit.

Man stabbed at Edmonds home; police suspect his brother

Initially, it was reported as an assault during a burglary — by someone else.