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School Board votes 3-2 to reduce workforce

by MAX ERIKSON max.erikson@lynnwoodtimes.com The Edmonds School Board was faced with a difficult decision at the May 15 board meeting, voting 3-2 to eliminate 25 teaching positions for the 2019-2020 school year due to a $17.7 million budget shortfall. Those board members voting for the motion were Ann McMurray, Diana White, and Gary Noble. Board […]

Stemtree, working to make a big impact in the community

SPONSORED FEATUREby SABRINA STEWART Sabrina and Eric Stewart, owners of Mukilteo Stemtree Education Center, are passionate about inspiring children to be curious about the world around them. They know that encouraging children to be comfortable not only with their successes but also with their failures, helps them become confident learners. When students visited a Stemtree […]

City council approves construction of Home Depot and apartments

Lynnwood Councilmember Goerge Hurst at May 13 Phase 2 Project Public Hearing.

by LUKE PUTVINluke.putvin@lynnwoodtimes.com On May 13, the Lynnwood City Council passed the development agreement for the Lynnwood Place Phase 2 Project located in the southern portion of the former Lynnwood High School at 184th St. north of Alderwood Mall. This project will bring a 137,374 sqaure foot Home Depot with rooftop parking for 441 vehicles […]

Lynnwood remembers the fallen at Memorial Day Ceremony

Memorial Day Wreaths

by LUKE PUTVIN luke.putvin@lynnwoodtimes.com Hundreds gathered at the Memorial Day ceremony in Veterans Park on May 27. The program was dedicated to veterans of the Korean War. Those in attendance included: 32nd Legislative District Representative Cindy Ryu; Lynnwood Mayor Nicola Smith; City Council President Benjamin Goodwin; City Council Vice President Christine Frizzell; City Councilmembers George […]

RV driving erratic in Walmart parking lot at 164th and I-5

May 23, 2019 incident at Walmart on 164th and I-5 in Lynnwood.

On Thursday May 23 around 7:30 p.m. at the Walmart parking lot near 164th and I-5 in Lynnwood, deputies responded to a call of a suspicious person in an R.V. that was leaking fluid. When deputies arrived at the R.V., inside was a middle-aged adult male sleeping.  As deputies attempted to make contact, the male […]

Cascade Symphony Orchestra ends season with a bang

Cascade Symphony Concert Pic

by LUKE PUTVINluke.putvin@lynnwoodtimes.com On May 6, the Cascade Symphony performed its final concert of the season at the Edmonds Center of the Arts. The symphony’s conductor, Michael Miropolsky, is a native of Russia and has served as principal violinist with the Moscow State Symphony. He has also performed with the Radio and Television String Quartet […]

Memorial Day Ceremony, May 27 at Lynnwood Veterans Park

Lynnwood Senior Center Drive-thru donation event

By MAX ERIKSONmax.erikson@lynnwoodtimes.com Memorial Day is a time to honor and remember the lives of the men and woman who served their country and made the ultimate sacrifice for our freedoms. It is also a time to remember those who served, returned home, and passed later. A Memorial Day ceremony will be held 11 a.m. […]

Eggs-plore Artist Cindy Hannikman

Seattle Sports: The Unity of the Community by Cindy Hannikman was located at Cask and Trotter Restaurant.

by LUKE PUTVINluke.putvin@lynnwoodtimes.com Cindy Hannikman’s “Seattle Sports: The Unity of the Community” was displayed at Cask and Trotter for Eggs-plore. It is now on display at City Hall along with the rest of the eggs from the event. Hannikman only recently got into art. She started to get serious about drawing and painting about a […]

Eggs-plore Artist Rachel Sprague

Scandinavian Spring Egg by Rachel Sprague was located at Anna’s Home Furnishings on 40th Avenue.

by LUKE PUTVINluke.putvin@lynnwoodtimes.com Rachel’s “Scandinavian Spring Egg” was located at Anna’s Home Furnishings on 40th Avenue.Though she has been an artist her entire life, Rachel’s art career officially began in 2008 after completing a Natural Science Illustration certificate through the University of Washington. Since then, most everything she does is related to art. Rachel currently […]

Republican Party hosts Candace Owens at Lynnwood Convention Center

Candace Owens at SCRP 2019 Lincoln Day Dinner.

by LUKE PUTVINluke.putvin@lynnwoodtimes.com On May 10, over 625 people gathered at Lynnwood Convention Center for the Snohomish County Republican Party’s annual Lincoln Day dinner and auction. The event was met with one protestor, a Lynnwood resident named Dave, who stood outside in the parking lot of the convention center. “I think the Republican party has […]

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