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Inslee announces clarification to restaurant and summer camp guidance

Inslee announces clarification to restaurant and summer camp guidanceBy Officer of the Governor | Press release OLYMPIA, Wash., JULY 31, 2020 — Gov. Jay Inslee today announced updates to the July 24 guidance for restaurants, taverns, breweries, wineries and distilleries as part of Washington’s Safe Start phased reopening plan. Changes include clarification about which establishments can offer indoor […]

Election 2020: Washington State Attorney General race Q&A

Washington State Attorney General

Election 2020: Washington State Attorney General race Q&ABy Mario Lotmore | Lynnwood Times Staff Ahead of the Aug. 4 primary election, the Lynnwood Times sent four questions to the three Lt. Governor candidates who raised at least $200,000 by July 19. Those candidates were: Robert (Bob) Ferguson, Matt Larkin, and Michael Vaska. A total of four […]

Washington State Lt. Governor Election 2020 Q&A

Washington state lt. governor

Washington State Lt. Governor Election 2020 Q&A to candidates.By Mario Lotmore | Lynnwood Times Staff Ahead of the Aug. 4 primary election, the Lynnwood Times sent four questions to the four Washington State Lt. Governor candidates who raised at least $20,000 by July 19. Those candidates were: Denny Heck, Marko Liias, Marty McClendon, and Ann […]

Edmonds School District- 100% remote learning

Gustavo Balderas

By Dr. Gustavo Balderas, Superintendent | Edmonds School District After weeks of reviewing health and safety data surrounding COVID-19, as well as feedback from families and staff, the district’s executive leadership team, School Board, and I believe the best course of action for Reopening Edmonds Schools 2020 is to reopen with all students in the fully […]

Everett City Council tables amendment to streamline encampment process for homeless

Everett encampment

By: Erin Freeman | Lynnwood Times Staff EVERETT, Wash., JULY 29, 2020 – A proposed expedited permit process for homeless encampments has been tabled, pausing the possibility for the immediate establishment of transitional tent encampments during the coronavirus pandemic.  On Wednesday, July 29, the Everett City Council deferred a proposed emergency amendment that would have […]

A cigarette leads to an arrest in a 27-year cold case

Sharon lee

By Snohomish County Sheriff’s Office Press Release with contributions from Mario Lotmore EVERETT, Wash., July 29, 2020 – Today the Snohomish County Sheriff’s Office held a news conference to announce a break in a 1993 Homicide Cold Case. Detectives from the Snohomish County Sheriff’s Office Major Crimes Unit arrested a 62 year-old Bothell (Washington) man […]

Inslee to pause counties moving ahead in the Safe Start Washington plan indefinitely

Jay Inslee

By Office of the Governor | Press Release JULY 28, 2020 — Gov. Jay Inslee today released an additional guidance document following last week’s announcement of guidance updates in Washington’s Safe Start phased reopening plan following the extension of the proclamation.  Also, Inslee today extended the pause indefinitely on counties moving ahead in the Safe […]

Inslee meets with South King County leaders to discuss COVID-19 impact

By Office of the Governor | E-Newsletter Gov. Jay Inslee, Secretary of Health John Wiesman and retired Navy Vice Adm. Raquel Bono met with leaders in government, business, labor and nonprofits in South King County communities on July 17. At the meeting in Federal Way, they discussed public health concerns, economic issues, education and safe […]

What’s Happening at Lynnwood Senior Center

Lynnwood Senior Center

By Lynnwood Senior Center | Press Release Thursday’s Meet the Mayor Root Beer Float Social is now changed to a drive-thru event! Get in your car and come over to LSC 2:00 – 3:00 pm on July 30 to pick up a root beer float and wave at Lynnwood’s Mayor Nicola Smith. Reusable cloth facemasks […]

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