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Inslee updates guidance for religious and faith based organizations

By Office of Governor Jay Inslee | Press Release Gov. Jay Inslee today announced updated guidance for religious and faith based organizations as part of Washington’s Safe Start phased reopening plan.  The religious and faith-based guidance is updated to: Clarify that physical distancing between non-household members must be 6 feet in all directions; and Permit […]

Online and mail-in voter registration deadline is Oct. 26

By Office of the Secretary of State | Press Release OLYMPIA – People who want to register to vote and participate in the Nov. 3 General Election have until Monday, Oct. 26, to register online or by U.S. mail. Online registration is available at VoteWA.gov, the state’s online voter portal. All that is required is […]

Inslee issues proclamation establishing higher education safety guidelines

By Office of Governor Jay Inslee | Press Release Gov. Jay Inslee issued a proclamation today establishing safety guidelines for higher education institutions and living facilities.   Higher Education (20-12.2):  This proclamation builds on health guidance previously issued for institutions of higher education by adding additional safety measures to address significant increases in COVID-19 infections that have […]

Inslee announces COVID-19 Immigrant Relief Fund now open for applications

By Office of Governor Jay Inslee | Press Release Gov. Jay Inslee announced today the Washington COVID-19 Immigrant Relief Fund is now open for applications. The relief fund will provide $40 million in federal funds allocated by the state to assist Washington workers who miss work due to COVID-19, but are unable to access federal […]

Election 2020: Washington State Lt. Governor Q&A

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By Mario Lotmore | Lynnwood Times Staff Ahead of the Nov. 3 general election, the Lynnwood Times sent three questions to the Washington State Lt. Governor candidates. Those candidates were: Denny Heck and  Marko Liias. According the the Public Disclosure Commission, as of October 20, Heck raised $ 1,079,919.21 and Liias raised $295,283.80. All general election candidates […]

An October Weight Check-In for your Pet

By Natalie Asaro, MSc | Companion Animal Nutritionist, Petcurean Did you know that many pets in North America are actually overweight or obese? According to Banfield Pet Hospital’s 2020 Veterinary Emerging Topics (VET) Report, more than half of all the adult dogs seen at 1,000 + Banfield hospitals were considered overweight or obese. When pets […]

Edmonds School District reaches one millionth meal milestone

By Erin Freeman | Lynnwood Times Staff With a handful of balloons, a bottle of sparkling cider, and social-distancing fanfare, the Edmonds School District celebrated the distribution of its one-millionth meal to district families since the pandemic began.  On Thursday, October 15, Edmonds School District (ESD) staff gathered at College Place Elementary School to join […]

Cascade Warbirds scholarship winners make great progress

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By Cascade Warbirds | Press Release The Cascade Warbirds’ introduction of their 2020 Scholarship winners was delayed by the difficulties of Covid-19, but the students’ progress certainly was not. All four have completed the ground school requirements leading to a private pilot license. Harrison Pulido is from Lynnwood and a senior at Bothell High School. He […]

Foundation for Edmonds School District Receives $5,000 Neighborhood Grant

By Foundation for Edmonds School District | Press Release LYNNWOOD, WA – The Foundation for Edmonds School District announced today that it has been awarded a $5,000 Neighborhood Grant by the Sprouts Healthy Communities Foundation, an organization dedicated to nutrition education and fresh food access. The Foundation for Edmonds School District is one of only […]

Cascade Symphony to provide virtual concert Oct. 26

By Cascade Symphony Orchestra | Press Release The Cascade Symphony Orchestra (CSO) will be offering patrons and the chamber music-loving community a “Virtual Opening Night” concert on Monday, Oct. 26, starting at 7:30 p.m. The online performance replaces the first of two remaining 2020 concerts – cancelled due to the pandemic – that would have […]

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