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Monster Mad Dash 5k

by Luke Putvin On October 5, the Foundation for Edmonds School District held its 11th annual 5k run/walk. In keeping with the Halloween season, it was named the Monster Mad Dash, and participants were encouraged to wear costumes for the costume contest. The 5k was held outside the Alderwood Mall by Alderwood AMC theater. Overall, […]

Congressman Larsen visits under construction STEM building at EDCC

Amit Singh

by Luke Putvin On October 7, Congressman Rick Larsen visited Edmonds Community College to tour the area of the new STEM (science, technology, engineering and math) building. At nearly 70,000 square feet, the new building began construction about one year ago and is slated to be complete in 2020. The building will contain labs and […]

Meet your local police department: Victim Services Coordinator

by Luke Putvin To continue the Lynnwood Times series on the inner-workings of the Lynnwood Police Department, we sat down with Tiffany Krusey-Kelly, Victim Services Coordinator. Krusey-Kelly has been the Victim Services Coodinator since 2013, but she has worked in and around law enforcement since she was in her teens. She started working out of […]

Lynnwood City Council Forum at Black Box Theater

Lynnwood City Council Forum 1

by Luke Putvin On October 8th, the League of Women Voters of Snohomish County hosted a Candidate Forum containing those running for Lynnwood City Council. After the city council, candidates running for Edmonds School Board also answered questions; this article will focus on the Lynnwood City Council portion. The forum was hosted at the Edmonds […]

City Council formally opposes Initiative-976 and votes to table housing task group

Lynnwood city council

By LUKE PUTVIN | Updated October 17, 2019 At the October 14 Business Meeting, Lynnwood City Council passed a resolution opposing Washington State Initiative 976 as well as tabling the formation of an Ad Hoc Task Group, the purpose of which would be to draft a proposed displaced low-income tenant ordinance. The initiative would limit […]

Veterans issues discussed at Lynnwood Veterans Forum

Verdant Health

By Mario Lotmore | Updated October 17, 2019 On Friday, October 4, Verdant Community Wellness Center was the location for a Veterans Forum hosted by Congressman Rick Larsen (WA-02). Larsen opened what he coined the two E’s and two H’s for veteran issues – employment, education, housing and healthcare.  Larsen is currently working to reduce […]

Sheriff suspends ride-along program after remarks from county council candidate


By Dan Aznoff | Updated October 17, 2019 A seemingly innocent comment about crime in Snohomish County led to an abrupt interruption of the current ride-along program operated by the Sheriff’s Department. Snohomish County Sheriff Ty Trenary ordered the program suspended until after the November election after a candidate for the County Council voiced concerns […]

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