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“Roll of the Dice,” a new improv comedy show at Black Box Theatre

By Kirsten Johnson | February 24, 2020. An over-sized, purple dice tumbles down the stairs at Black Box Theatre Feb. 22, landing face up on one word: ecstatic. UP North Players cast member Chris Wong reacts with a grin and begins jumping up and down — emulating a child — as audience members giggle. “Why […]

Senators balance transportation budget despite $450M shortfall caused by I-976

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By Cameron Sheppard   |   WNPA News Service Senators say they did things they would not normally do to make ends meet Lawmakers warn that new revenue streams will be necessary for future sustainability Facing a shortfall of $450 million, lawmakers this week patched together a budget to fund highway maintenance, the Washington State Patrol and […]

Legislators in Olympia want to make it harder for employees to work when they want

By Mark Harmsworth | Washington Policy Institute | Feb. 27, 2020 Disclaimer: The views and opinions expressed in this article are those of the author and do not necessarily reflect the official policy or position the Lynnwood Times. Senate Bill 5717 would create requirements for employee scheduling, but as with many ideas suggested by legislators […]

State Democrat lawmakers want to spend, Republican lawmakers call for tax relief

By Cameron Sheppard | WNPA News Service Democratic funding priorities focus on addressing homelessness and climate change Republican opposition calls for tax relief, rather than spending the increased revenue Democratic caucuses in the house and senate rolled out separate spending plans that include hundreds of millions of dollars to address climate change, homelessness, and behavioral […]

$5 million earmarked to assist businesses disrupted by coronavirus

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By Cameron Sheppard | WNPA News Service Overseas ports closing hit companies that depend on international shipping A last minute amendment (SB 6168 Amendment 1180) to the senate Democratic Caucus supplemental operating budget earmarks $5 million to help businesses negatively impacted by international responses to the coronavirus outbreak overseas. Businesses like Cosmo Specialty Fibers, a […]

Dvorak’s Symphony No. 9 ‘From the New World’ March 9 at ECA

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By Barry Zepel | Press Release | Feb. 24, 2020 EDMONDS – The musical works of three renowned Eastern European composers will be featured when the Cascade Symphony Orchestra, under the direction of conductor Michael Miropolsky, performs its “From the New World” concert on Monday, March 9, at the Edmonds Center for the Arts, 410 […]

A new glimpse at Northline Village, Lynnwood’s future urban hub

Video renderings reveal an active, walkable, light-rail-adjacent mid-rise office campus and mixed-use neighborhood that will transform the northern suburb Merlone Geier Partners press release from Jennifer Rash LYNNWOOD, WA – As Lynnwood prepares to welcome mass transit, an older strip mall will transform into a bustling urban gateway called Northline Village. New video renderings released today by […]

Edmonds PD Update to February 21st Homicide

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Police hope new photos will help provide tips from public Edmonds Police Department Press Release Edmonds Police Detectives have been able to learn additional information, but continue to seek the public’s help in solving the murder of Nagendiram Kandasamy. Detectives have learned that the suspect fled to an awaiting white, 4-door vehicle that was being […]

Edmonds School District announces superintendent finalists

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Harmony Weinberg | Edmonds School District | Feb. 25, 2020 Hear from top two candidates at community forum Monday, March 2 LYNNWOOD –  After two days interviewing seven candidates to become the next superintendent, the Edmonds School District Board of Directors has narrowed the search to two finalists. Students, families, staff and community members are […]

Cascade Symphony offers scholarships to area high school music students

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By Barry Zepel | Cascade Symphony EDMONDS –Scholarships ranging from $2,000 to $3,000 will be awarded by the Cascade Symphony Orchestra to qualified high school seniors from the Edmonds, Mukilteo, Northshore and Shoreline school districts. Applications and audition recordings will be accepted electronically through the Cascade Symphony website at The application window opens on […]

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