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Mental Illness may have contributed to Forest Lynn Fire

by MARIO LOTMORE Updated: September 3, 2019 On August 29 at around 6 a.m., fire crews were called to Forest Lynn Condominiums located at 5822 200th St. SW with an initial report of smoke emanating from the attic. According to Leslie Hynes of South County Fire, one firefighter was taken to the hospital for minor […]

Honoring Excellence…and a great deal more! Awards

By City of Lynnwood The City of Lynnwood is seeking nominations for Residents, City Employees and Businesses that are Excellent…and a great deal more! Our goal: honoring excellence in Lynnwood. Do you know someone who inspires, demonstrates integrity, enhances the image of Lynnwood, someone who goes the extra mile to improve the quality of life […]

Puppy Pop-Up at Lynnwood Anko

by LUKE PUTVIN The Lynnwood Anko store, which opened in April, hosted a Puppy Pop-Up event on August 24 to benefit Adams County Pet Rescue (ACPR). Six dogs were available for adoption. “This is our first Puppy Pop-Up and our first of many, hopefully,” said Shawn Thistlethwaite, Vice President of Marketing at Anko. “We really […]

Roll-in ceremony for new fire engine

South County Fire

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE – South County Fire South County Fire will place its newest fire engine in service with a traditional roll-in ceremony on Thursday, Aug. 29, 8 a.m. at Mariner Fire Station 11, 12310 Meridian Ave. S., Everett. The public is encouraged to attend. “This engine will protect and serve our residents for years […]

Mill Creek mother and daughter found in California

UPDATE 8/27/19: Gabriella Harkness and her child were both located safe in Los Angeles County, California. An Endangered Missing Person Advisory has been issued for a mother and daughter who were reported missing from Mill Creek on Monday morning. The mother, Gabriella Harkness, 22, has brown eyes and brown hair, is 5 feet, 9 inches tall […]

Celebrate National Dog Day with these 5 easy tips!

Sponsored Feature by Petcurean Pet Foods Recently, nearby Seattle was named the most dog friendly city in the U.S., and in the countdown to National Dog Day on August 26th (and Responsible Dog Owner month in September!) the team at Petcurean Pet Foods Ltd. has put together some top tips for celebrating the occasion. They […]

Dr. Kristine McDuffy’s 2019-20 welcome

Dr. Kristine McDuffy, Edmonds School District Superintendent

Dear Edmonds School District students, families, staff & community, welcome to the 2019-20 school year! We are excited to continue working collaboratively to serve our wonderfully diverse student population and their unique needs. As a school system, we are deeply committed to ensuring each and every student is engaged, feels safe, finds joy and is […]

Get to know your new 2019-20 Edmonds school district principals

by LUKE PUTVIN This upcoming school year, Edmonds School District will have ten new principals across its schools. As a way for parents and the rest of the community to get to know them, the Lynnwood Times reached and asked each of the new principals three questions: What is your background? What is your message […]

Sno-Isle TECH: Listen, learn, practice, repeat

by LUKE PUTVIN and MARIO LOTMORE Sno-Isle TECH, located near Paine Field in Everett, provides training, certification and post-secondary credit to high school junior and senior students or anyone age 16 to 20 who have not earned a high school diploma or GED. Each student spends a half day at Sno-Isle and a half day […]

BK Choi: The artist behind Lynnwood’s upcoming sculpture

By LUKE PUTVIN Scheduled to be completed in early 2020, Lynnwood will have a new, large public art piece near the Lynnwood Convention Center. The artist behind the piece is Lynnwood native BK Choi. Choi attended Cedar Way Elementary as a child and graduated from Mountlake Terrace High School. He currently lives in the Northgate […]

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