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Lunar New Year at Rosehill Community Center

by Luke Putvin In celebration of the Lunar New Year, over 200 people were at Rosehill Center in Mukilteo on January 25. This was a Vietnamese celebration of the Lunar New Year put on by a group of volunteers and coordinated by Jackie Ngo. Ngo moved to the United States from Vietnam about 12 years […]

Former Council President Benjamin Goodwin’s Farewell

Benjamin Goodwin

Former Council President Benjamin Goodwin’s Farewell-On June 5, 1914, President Woodrow Wilson stated in his commencement address to the United State Naval Academy, “Nothing is worthwhile that is not hard. You do not improve your muscle by doing the easy thing; you improve it by doing the hard thing, and you get your zest by doing […]

Sound Transit awarded $790 million grant from USDOT

Sound Transit

Sound Transit awarded $790 million grant from USDOTU.S. Department of Transportation | January 22, 2020 U.S. Transportation Secretary Elaine L. Chao Announces $790 Million Grant Agreement, $629.5 Million Loan for Federal Way Link Extension Project SEATAC, Wash. – The U.S. Department of Transportation’s (USDOT) Federal Transit Administration (FTA) today, January 22, announced a $790 million […]

RAP Center opens at Marysville-Pilchuck High School

Regional Apprenticeship Pathways

RAP Center opens at Marysville-Pilchuck High SchoolBy LUKE PUTVIN | January 21, 2019 On January 7, Marysville-Pilchuck High School had its ribbon cutting for the Regional Apprenticeship Pathways (RAP) Program. The RAP Program will provide high school students a direct pathway into the apprenticeship pipeline. According to its website, the RAP Program “will be the […]

Boeing, Iran and election security dominated Community Coffee event

Rick Larsen

Boeing, Iran and election security dominated the Community Coffee event.by Dio Alexander On January 11, Representative Rick Larsen (WA-02) hosted a Community Coffee event at Mountlake Terrace City Hall to preview the upcoming congressional year. Community Coffees are informal gatherings Larsen holds throughout the 2nd Congressional District to hear directly from constituents.  Larsen addressed a […]

Calhoun Begins Role as Boeing President and CEO

Boeing

Calhoun Begins Role as Boeing President and CEO | Boeing Press Release | January 13, 2020 New leadership to focus on safety culture, improved transparency and rebuilding trust On Janunary 13, 2020 David L. Calhoun assumed the role of president and chief executive officer of The Boeing Company (NYSE: BA). “With deep industry experience and a […]

MLK Day of Service

MLK Day Lynnwood

MLK Day of Service-On November 3, 1983, President Ronald Reagan signed a bill marking the third Monday of January, as Martin Luther King Jr. Day. The holiday was officially observed on January 20, 1986 and is the first federal holiday honoring an African American. King is one of the most prolific humanitarians and leaders of […]

Local Resident Receives SPU Medallion Award

SPU Medallion AwardSEATTLE PACIFIC UNIVERSITY | January 19, 2020 Lynnwood resident and newly elected Lynnwood City Council member Julieta Altamirano-Crosby will receive the Seattle Pacific University Alumni Medallion Award on Saturday, February 8, 2020, as part of SPU’s Homecoming and Family Weekend. Altamirano-Crosby graduated with her master’s in educational leadership from SPU in 2018. She […]

Lynnwood City Council appoints leadership

Lynnwood City Council appoints leadership positions and liaisons-by Luke Putvin At its January 13 business meeting, the Lynnwood City Council appointed Christine Frizzell as its Council President and Shannon Sessions as its Vice President. Both Frizzell and councilmember George Hurst had written their names down to be Council President, and a vote was going to […]

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