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Royals Track & Field: Lakewood SUNNY AND 70 Invitational

Dax Castagnetta, Men’s 300m Hurdles - 36-in.

by Mario Lotmore Lakewood High School hosted a very chilly and windy SUNNY AND 70 Invitational on Saturday, April 27. A crowd of about a thousand attended the meet. The Lynnwood Royals competed against 17 other high schools across Puget Sound (schools as far away as Port Townsend and Bellingham). Overall the Lynnwood Men’s Varsity […]

Lynnwood Chamber welcomes new members

April 2019 Members C2 Education of Lynnwood, 2701 184th St. SW Suite 117C, Lynnwood Human Forge Training, 19019 36th Ave. W, Lynnwood Lynnwood Library, 19200 44th Ave. W, Lynnwood Reed Insurance Agency, 1327 112th St. SE Ste. A1, Everett Swire Coca-Cola, USA / WA, 1150 124th Ave NE, Bellevue Taqueria Puebla, 16716 Hwy 99, Ste.C, […]

Rising conservative star to speak at sold out Lynnwood Convention Center event

Candace Owens

by CAROL LADWIGcarol.ladwig@lynnwoodtimes.com They’ve got a sold out crowd and a nationally known speaker on the books for their May 10 Lincoln Day dinner and auction, so it’s safe to say that Snohomish County Republican Party members are looking forward to hitting their ambitious $100,000 fundraising goal. “This is the first time we’ve ever sold […]

Edmonds School District Brief

Dr. Kris McDuffy

Building Bright Futures Our school district is working hard to meet the needs of the incredible 20,812 students we serve. Our team of exceptional educators and support staff are dedicated to ensuring each one of our students deserves a bright and hopeful future full of infinite possibilities. A strong foundation is key to building bright […]

Lynnwood, the Snohomish Indian Tribe and Browns Bay

Browns Bay Map

by DOC SHIRLEYoffice@lynnwoodtimes.com In previous issues, you read about the origins of the city’s name Lynnwood and Lynn O’Beirn, the wife of real estate developer Karl O’Beirn. But when did Lynnwood really start and when? From the perspective of the United States it was 1855. But years before Americans showed up, the Snohomish Tribe used […]

The Everyday Diplomat: Game of Thrones Obsession

My best friend is obsessing over Game of Thrones. Now that the end is in sight, she is constantly harassing me with the latest predictions, theories, and ruminations over her favorite characters. I like Game of Thrones too, but I don’t need to be thinking about it 24/7. It may be a cultural phenomenon but […]

Letter to the Editor: Three minutes can make a difference

Can you succeed at activism three minutes at a time in front of city council? Yes, but not without doing your research. Not without choosing your words to deliver an impactful message. Not without help from your community. This is the lesson I learned at the last Lynnwood City Council meeting on April 22, 2019. […]

Up, up and away!

Super Moms

by LUKE PUTVINluke.putvin@lynnwoodtimes.com At the Lynnwood Recreation Center on April 27, a roomful of mothers and their sons, all dressed up as superheroes, spent a couple hours playing games and having fun. There were some set, structured activities like “How Well Do You Know Her?” (a play on The Newlywed Game where sons and mothers […]

Arbor Day ribbon-cutting

2019 Arbor Day

by LUKE PUTVIN luke.putvin@lynnwoodtimes.com On April 22, at Interurban Trail 40th Ave. West Mayor Nicola Smith, councilmember Shannon Sessions, councilmember Christine Frizzell and council president Benjamin Goodwin were among those in attendance at the Arbor Day ribbon-cutting. City councilmembers and members of the parks department planted a Gala apple tree in recognition of both Earth […]

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