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Lynnwood police chief addresses concerns surrounding violent crime

lynnwood violent crime

LYNNWOOD—Lynnwood Police Chief Cole Langdon released a video message addressing the recent uptick in violent crime, specifically carjackings, in Lynnwood proper and surrounding neighborhoods. Chief Langdon is reminding residents to stay vigilant. “Most concerned to us and most concerning to you are these situations where we’ve had people taking firearms removing people from their vehicles […]

Letter-to-Editor: Climate change and its impacts on local wildlife & ecosystems

Climate change

Do you know humans are expediting Climate Change? But we can fix it. Climate Change is a change in the earth’s atmosphere due to rising levels of carbon dioxide and other greenhouse gases. When I think of climate change, polar bears come to my mind. Climate Change is the biggest reason why polar bears are […]

Mukilteo to hold public hearing on amendments to fire and building codes

building codes

MUKILTEO—For its Business Meeting at 6 p.m., Tuesday, February 20, the Mukilteo City Council will hold a public hearing on amending its building and fire codes and approving legislative priorities from its annual retreat. The meeting will be held both in-person and can watch the live streaming of Council Meetings at, Facebook Live and is […]

Washington State Energy Workgroup to host Washington State Energy Symposium

Washington State Energy Symposium

LACEY—The Washington State Fire Marshal’s Office, as part of the Washington State Energy Workgroup, will be hosting The Washington State Energy Symposium on Thursday, February 22, through Saturday, February 24, at the Lacey Campus of South Puget Sound Community College (4220 6th Ave SE Lacey, WA.) The event will run daily from 8:00 a.m. until […]

Ryu and Davis share new successes at 32nd LD Virtual Town Hall

Ryu Davis

OLYMPIA—Washington State House Democrats held a virtual town hall Wednesday, February 14, featuring Representatives Lauren Davis and Cindy Ryu, who both represent Washington’s 32nd Legislative District that encompasses portions of King and Snohomish Counties and including the cities of Edmonds, Lynnwood, and Shoreline. The purpose of the town hall was to update the public on […]

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