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Making Strides Against Breast Cancer

Making Strides Against Breast Cancerby Mario Lotmore On Saturday, October 26 over one thousand gathered at the Snohomish County Campus Plaza in Everett, for the Making Strides Against Breast Cancer walk.  The American Cancer Society started Making Strides Against Breast Cancer walks to unite communities in the fight against breast cancer.  Donations from the event fund […]

Looking at 2020 Governor candidates

Washington state

Looking at 2020 Governor candidatesby Luke Putvin Though this election season is now over, and the next election season is still a year away, it isn’t too early to look at governor candidates running for Washington in 2020. This is especially true since one candidate only announced his running several days ago. Incumbent Jay Inslee […]

Every day is Friends-giving at Destinations Lynnwood

Destinations Lynnwood

by Mario Lotmore On Friday, November 22, Destinations Lynnwood celebrated its rebranding with “Friends-giving!”  Emily Clarke, Regional Property Manager of Greystar, shared that Destinations Lynnwood is more than active adult independent living; it is a community. “Destinations is a community were residents enjoy each other’s company.  We provide opportunities for residents to meet and build relationships.” Jasmine […]

Incoming Light Rail impact on local business

Talay Thai

by Luke Putvin The incoming Light Rail will bring rapid transit to Lynnwood and allow for a way to get to Seattle without braving the traffic. However, it also brings the displacement of several local businesses. Tadsanee Kumpongpinyo, TK, is the manager and owner of Talay Thai Restaurant on 200th Street. Talay Thai, along with all […]

South County Fire: Tips for a safe Thanksgiving


As you prepare your Thanksgiving meal, keep fire safety in mind. Thanksgiving is the leading day for home cooking fires, according to the National Fire Protection Association. NFPA and South County Fire offer the following safety tips to help avoid a Thanksgiving fire: Stay in the kitchen when you are cooking on the stovetop so […]

Seattle Credit Union offering region new, focused loans to help combat growth

Seattle Credit Union

LUKE PUTVIN | Last Updated 11.26.2019 Sponsored Feature The Lynnwood Times recently spoke with Richard Romero, the current President and CEO of Seattle Credit Union, to discuss its new loans, why they were created and a bit about its overall business model. Opening in Seattle in 1933, SCU now has nine branches in the Puget […]

Leif Totusek and Eric Fridrich at Delizioso European Bistro and Wine

Totusek and Fridrich

LUKE PUTVIN | Last Updated: 11.26.2019 On the evening of November 23, guitarists Leif Totusek and Eric Fridrich performed at Delizioso European Bistro and Wine in Mill Creek. They played a wonderful assortment of blues, Latin jazz, Gypsy jazz and other genres. Fridrich played an acoustic and sang on several songs as well as playing […]

Día de los Muertos or Day of the Dead is not a Mexican Halloween

Day of the Dead

Mario Lotmore | Last Updated 11.26.2019 Day of the Dead is a two-day festival dedicated to deceased love ones and family members.   Offerings, or ofrendas, honor the deceased family member.  Altars are decorated with bright yellow marigold flowers, photos of the departed, and the favorite foods and drinks of the deceased. Offerings are believed to […]

Voters reject Washington State taxes increases: Olympia on watch

WA State Taxes

Mario Lotmore | Last Updated: 11.26.2019 Washington State taxes- With the election season reaching its end, it is time to talk about the large number of advisory votes contained on the ballot this year. Advisory votes are a unique thing on the ballot; they are non-binding questions concerned with maintaining or repealing house bills. In […]

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