Woodway

State Reps. Moscoso, Ryu and Stanford to talk about state revenue Thursday in Shoreline

Democratic State Reps. Luis Moscoso, Cindy Ryu and Derek Stanford will speak about state revenue tonight in Shoreline. Democrats Moscoso, Ryu and Stanford will appear… Continue reading

Final certified results for South County legislative districts

Results of the Nov. 6 general election became official a last week. Here are results in the three legislative districts that include south Snohomish County:… Continue reading

$31M spent saving wilderness, parks, farms in Snohomish Co.

A map at the back of the room showed clusters of color all over the Snohomish County, each one representing a piece of… Continue reading

Woodway now gets fire service from Shoreline

The town of Woodway ended its contract for service from Snohomish County Fire District 1 at the beginning of January and now gets its fire… Continue reading

Washington reps win bet with Coloradans

With the Seahawk victory over the Denver Broncos, Congressmen Rick Larsen and Jim McDermott each have won Colorado whiskey, seasonings, tea, toffee, Rocky Mountain Oysters,… Continue reading

State Rep. Ryu proud of DREAM Act passage

State Rep. Cindy Ryu noted in her first newsletter of the 2014 legislative session that the House of Representatives had broken its tradition of reserving… Continue reading

Support for Edmonds bond and levy measures continues to grow

Voters in the Edmonds School District continued to raise their support for the propositions on the Tuesday, Feb. 11, ballot in returns posted Friday, Feb.… Continue reading

Bill aims to prevent SIDS

Democratic State Rep. Ruth Kagi, chairwoman of the House committee on early learning and human services, is sponsoring a bill aimed at preventing sudden infant… Continue reading

Education, transportation among Rep. Kagi’s priorities

Democratic State Rep. Ruth Kagi says that her priorities for the legislative session that started Jan. 13 include providing additional money for public schools, passing… Continue reading

Voter registration for school election ends Monday

Voters not currently registered in Washington can register to vote in the Feb. 11 school election through Monday, Feb. 3, but they must register in… Continue reading

Wide support for Edmonds School District measures

Voters in the Edmonds School District continued to support the propositions on the Tuesday, Feb. 11 ballot in returns posted Wednesday and Thursday, with the… Continue reading

State Rep. Kagi: Legislative session was productive, positive

Democratic State Rep. Ruth Kagi says that the 2014 legislative session that ended in March was productive and positive. “After many efforts over the past… Continue reading

State Sen. Chase to be challenged by fellow Democrat

State Sen. Maralyn Chase will get a challenge from a fellow Democrat in the coming election. The challenger is Shoreline City Councilman Chris Eggen, who… Continue reading

Facing electoral challenge, State Sen. Chase touts sponsorship of utility bill

Democratic State Sen. Maralyn Chase says that she’s proud to be the sponsor of a bill to require cities that want to absorb utility districts… Continue reading

Rules relaxed for Point Wells development project

A state Supreme Court majority ruled last week that high-rise condos proposed for Point Wells can be built under more lenient development rules.… Continue reading

State Sen. Chase: Wastewater annexation still possible

Democratic State Sen. Maralyn Chase says that the bill that she sponsored in the recent legislative session wouldn’t necessarily prevent the annexation of the Ronald… Continue reading

State Rep. Ryu highlights bright spots of 2014 legislative session

State Rep. Cindy Ryu says that the 2014 legislative session was difficult and frustrating but did have bright spotsAmong the bright spots, she points to… Continue reading

Edmonds School Board considering six applicants

The Edmonds School Board is considering six applicants to replace former Board President Sue Philips, who resigned her board position March 11 for family reasons.… Continue reading

Edmonds School Board to interview five candidates Monday

The Edmonds School Board plans to interview five candidates for the board vacancy at a Monday meeting and to decide on filling the vacancy at… Continue reading

State Rep. Roberts says 10 years is enough

Democratic State Rep. Mary Helen Roberts says that she will leave the legislature at the end of the year because “10 years is enough.” She… Continue reading

[flipp]