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COVID-19 vaccine distribution enters next eligibility tier

COVID-19 Vaccine

By Kienan Briscoe  |  Lynnwood Times Reporter As of March 31, the Washington Department of Health has opened COVID-19 vaccine distribution to Phase 1B tiers 3 and 4. These new tiers offer eligibility to those who are high-risk critical workers in congregate settings such as agriculture, fishing vessels, grocery stores, food processing, corrections, court of […]

Mill Creek proposes ordinance to re-criminalize drugs

Mill Creek re-criminalize drugs

By Kienan Briscoe | Lynnwood Times Reporter Mill Creek, Wash. – In response to the February 25 ruling by the Washington State Supreme Court which eliminated any criminal penalties for simple possession of a controlled substance without a prescription, an ordinance was presented at the Mill Creek City Council on March 23 in support of […]

Snohomish County Human Rights Commission seeking applicants

Human Rights Commission

Snohomish County, Wash. – There is currently a vacancy for a Snohomish County District 2 Representative on the Human Rights Commission. The Snohomish County Human Rights Commission (SCHRC) serves as an advisory body to the County Executive, County Council, WA State Human Rights Commission, and other county officers and agencies regarding matters concerning human rights. The […]

Verdant awards $1 million to local nonprofits

local nonprofits

By Verdant Health Commission | Press Release Lynnwood, Wash., March 30, 2021 – The Verdant Health Commission recently approved more than $1 million in grants to local nonprofits to support community health through its recent competitive application process. The requests granted by the Verdant Board of Commissioners will support 11 different multi-year projects or programs […]

Join County Councilmen Jared Mead and Nate Nehring for a virtual town hall on Civil Discourse

Please join Snohomish Councilmembers Jared Mead (D) and Nate Nehring (R) for a bipartisan and joint Town Hall where they will discuss civil discourse and the media. The event will be hosted and moderated by students from both Marysville Pilchuck and Marysville Getchell high schools. When: Wednesday, March 31st @ 6-7:30 PM PST Zoom Information:

2021 Legislative Session: Upcoming committee hearings, March 29 – April 2

Washington state government

Go to TVW for broadcasts of committee hearings, work sessions and Floor action. If you’re interested in a particular event, but were not able to watch it live, TVW has you covered with its extensive and easy to search archives. Holding a remote session does not mean you don’t get to have your say. We have a brand […]

7 essential selfcare tips for ‘Know-it-Alls’ during COVID-19

Mindful Monday

By Lisa Wellington | Lynnwood Times Contributor COVID Confessional: I’m a know it all.  I know that. And when it comes to selfcare I have an honorary PhD from the School of Me. During recent months I have consumed mountains of books, articles, videos and TED Talks on what you need to know about selfcare during […]

Around Lake Washington by Eleanor Boba coming April 26

By Arcadia Publishing | Press Release About the Author Eleanor Boba, who grew up on a hill overlooking the lake, has gathered images from a number of historical archives to present the story of the lake and its people. Overview Lake Washington is a defining feature in the life of Seattle, Bellevue, Renton, and many […]

Lynnwood Civil Service Commission seeking applicants

Lynnwood Police

By City of Lynnwood | Press Release Interested individuals will need to complete an application form and attend an upcoming Board or Commission meeting. Civil Service Commissioners must live within our City limits, and be a registered voter. The Civil Service Commission typically meets monthly and is consists of three members, who serve six-year terms.  Lynnwood’s […]

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