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Lynnwood Councilwoman Shirley Sutton launches her campaign of inclusiveness, fiscal accountability and public safety

Shirley Sutton

by MARIO LOTMORE Supporters of Lynnwood Councilwoman Shirley Sutton gathered on June 30 to kick off her election bid for Lynnwood City Council Position 4.  Those in attendance included Lynnwood City Councilman George Hurst, Shoreline Councilman Chris Roberts, former Washington State Senator Maralyn Chase and Lynnwood City Council Candidate Rosamaria Graziani. A more inclusive environment […]

Lynnwood’s City Council candidates weigh in on cultural identity

Lynnwood Elections

Our 5-part Q/A series showcasing Lynnwood’s City Council candidate views on top issues continues By LUKE PUTVIN Ahead of the Aug. 6 primary election, the Lynnwood Times will be asking a series of questions to the Lynnwood’s City Council candidates who will be on the primary election ballot. Because Lynnwood’s City Council Candidates Position […]

Julieta Altamirano-Crosby kicks off a campaign of building trust and relationships

Julieta Altamirano-Crosby

by LUKE PUTVIN About 100 people attended City Council Candidate Julieta Altamirano-Crosby’s 2019 election kickoff held at her home on June 29. Mazatlan Restaurant in Mountlake Terrace catered the event, and Trio Guadalevin performed music there as well. A few people spoke at the event. Elizabeth Lunsford emceed and introduced Mayor Nicola Smith, combat […]

Beyond the numbers of the Edmonds School District layoffs

Lynnwood Times photo by Max Erikson. Edmonds School Board and attendees at May 15 meeting.

By Max Erikson At the June 11 school board meeting, the Edmonds School Board (ESB) released the names of teachers and staff that will not be returning for the 2019-2020 school year. The ESB has been struggling to find solutions to retain teachers who will be losing their jobs due to budget cuts. Edmonds […]

DIY Rag Wreath: An Independence Day craft

Lynnwood Times photo by Amy Donovan. Finished wreath.

By Amy Donovan Handmade wreaths are a simple inexpensive way to decorate your home and this shabby chic rag wreath would add some patriotic flare to your front door! All of the materials were purchased at Michael’s on Alderwood Mall Way at low cost. I chose six different bandanas with varying red, white, and […]

Eggs-plore auction raises money for local non-profits

Lynnwood Times photo by Luke Putvin. Arts Commission at Eggs-plore auction on June 13. Left to right; Robert Gutcheck, Lynn Hanson, Raniere, Elizabeth Lunsford, Barry Miller and Fred Wong.

By Luke Putvin Over 100 people attended the Eggs-plore auction at City Hall on June 13. Among those in attendance included Mayor Nicola Smith, Council Vice President Christine Frizzell, Councilmember Ruth Ross and City Council Candidates Naz Lashgari, Nick Coelho and Ashkan Amouzegar. “I want the community to have the sense that art is […]

Local three-time UFC Heavyweight Champion Randy Couture raises money for veterans

Lynnwood Times photo by Mario Lotmore. Randy Couture (left) and U.S. Volunteers Joint Service Command Lt. Richard Bologna (right) at the Xtreme Couture Poker Run on June 15.

By Mario Lotmore On June 15, the Northwest G. I. Foundation chapter of the Xtreme Couture Foundation hosted a charity poker run in honor of U.S. veterans at Heritage Park.  The event organizer and founder of the northwest chapter, Patrick Crosby, husband of Lynnwood City Council candidate Julieta Altamirano-Crosby, was pleased with the turnout […]

County Council candidates weigh in on increasing flights at Paine Field

Snohomish County Council Forum

Ahead of the Aug. 6 primary election, the Lynnwood Times will be asking a series of questions to the Snohomish County Council candidates who will be on the primary election ballot. The questions asked were compiled from a community survey conducted by the Lynnwood Times to residents asking, “What do you feel are the important […]

Snohomish County Councilwoman Stephanie Wright campaign kickoff

Stephanie Wright and family

By LUKE PUVIN Approximately 100 supporters joined County Councilmember Stephanie Wright for her 2019 election kickoff on Monday, June 24 in the lobby of the Edmonds Center for the Arts. Big T’s Moonshine-BBQ catered the event. “I want everyone to walk away with a sense of partnership,” Wright said. “Everyone here is someone I […]

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