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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 […]

Moon and Ryu attend Korean American Grassroots Conference

Korean American Grassroots Conference

WASHINGTON, D.C., August 12, 2022 – Mukilteo councilman Jason Moon accompanied by Representative Cindy Ryu (D-Lynnwood) and SeaTac City Council member Peter Kwon, recently attended the Korean American Grassroots Conference (KAGC) in our Nation’s Capital on July 27 through July 29 – the largest nationwide network of Korean American voters. The national conference draws over […]

VOA and Rick Steves break ground on new Lynnwood Neighborhood Center

Lynnwood Neighborhood Center

LYNNWOOD—Several community partners, including Volunteers of America Western Washington, travel writer Rick Steves, Snohomish County, the cities of Lynnwood, Mountlake Terrace, and Edmonds, and state and federal delegates, broke ground on the new Lynnwood Neighborhood Center at Trinity Lutheran Church in Lynnwood, Thursday, April 18 – commemorating a project ten years in the making. Volunteers […]

From Vietnam vet to stockbroker and convicted felon, Lynnwood man now set on making amends

Dennis Gibb

LYNNWOOD—Lynnwood resident Dennis Gibb, Vietnam veteran, former stockbroker, and convicted felon now-turned author, is set on rebuilding his life and making amends for his crimes by assisting fellow veterans to re-enter society after prison. Gibb has just released his second published novel, An Da Shelladh, the sales of which, he says, will 100% be used […]

Suspect charged with vehicular homicide of Trooper Gadd, in US illegally


EVERETT—Raul Benitez Santana, 32, the Snohomish County man charged with the death of Washington State Trooper Chris Gadd, 27, entered the United States without permission and was in the country illegally, an ICE spokesman confirmed with FOX13 Seattle on March 5. U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) confirmed that Mr. Santana, “entered the U.S. without […]

First three Let’s Go Washington initiatives pass the legislature and now law

three initiatives

OLYMPIA—Three of six Let’s Go Washington landmark initiatives to the legislature passed both chambers of the Washington State Senate and House on Monday, March 4, and will become law in 90 days after the Legislature adjourns on March 7—no signature by Governor Jay Inslee is needed. The three initiatives that did not receive public hearings […]

New Lynnwood Neighborhood Center to begin construction this April

Lynnwood Neighborhood Center

LYNNWOOD—Volunteers of America’s new Lynnwood Neighborhood Center is set to begin construction this upcoming April 15 which will serve over 20,000 community members annually, from the most vulnerable needing support to at-risk children and youth. “The Lynnwood Neighborhood Center is a true partnership between the faith community, the local businesses, the local community members and […]

Voter registration bill unanimously passes in House, heads to Senate

Voter registration

OLYMPIA—With a unanimous 97-0 vote on Friday, February 9, the Washington State House of Representatives approved House Bill 1962 to improve the accuracy of voter registration lists, that if signed into law, would take effect on June 1, 2025. The bill now heads to the Senate for further deliberation. Currently, if a county auditor receives […]

Lynnwood PFD holds impromptu Special Meeting providing no remote access

Lynnwood PFD

LYNNWOOD, Wash., November 9, 2023—The Lynnwood Public Facilities District (PFD renamed the District) held an impromptu Special Meeting Thursday, October 26, to discuss its By-Laws and Charter changes. For the first time in years the District did not include a zoom link to this meeting limiting public access. The notice of a Special Meeting was […]

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