May 19, 2024 8:26 pm

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Cantwell Announces $6 mllion federal grant for Darrington Wood Innovation Center

By Office of U.S Senator Maria Cantwell| Press Release Project expected to create roughly 150 jobs, generate millions in public, private investment in Darrington & other communities devastated by Oso mudslide Cantwell, a longtime supporter of the project, wrote a letter of support for the grant application, worked directly with EDA to secure funding WASHINGTON, […]

Quilters Anonymous 39th Annual Quilt Show

By Jerri Stroud  When: March 12 to May 1  Where: and continuing. Quilters Anonymous is taking its annual quilt show virtual. More than 400 quilts made by our talented members will be on display, including 35 antique quilts, masks and wearable art. The show includes numerous video demonstrations, a merchant mall and information about […]

Cascade Warbirds announces aviation scholarship fund raising challenge

By Cascade Warbirds | Press Release Cascade Warbirds, an organization that promotes the restoration, preservation, operation, and public display of historically significant military aircraft, offers scholarships for Private Pilot Ground School with Introductory Flightsto inspire today’s young people to become the aviation pioneers of tomorrow.  This month some generous members stepped forward with donations to […]

Larsen votes to protect public lands, rivers in Washington state, nationwide

By Office of Congressman Rick Larsen | Press Release WASHINGTON, D.C. – Today, Rep. Rick Larsen (WA-02) voted for a comprehensive wilderness and public lands protection bill which includes Representative Derek Kilmer’s legislation to designate more than 126,000 acres of public land as wilderness and nearly 460 miles of rivers and major tributaries as Wild […]

How Washington state can utilize mobile devices to slow the spread of COVID-19

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By Alec Dietz | Lynnwood Times Staff With most Washington counties still stuck in Phase 2 of Governor Jay Inslee’s “Safe Start” plan, several alternatives and plans to help slow the spread of COVID-19 are being discussed at the local and state level.  So far in the state of Washington, state employees, national guard members, […]

Liias and Ortiz-Self reflect on mural honoring indigenous people

By Alec Dietz | Lynnwood Times Staff Just a week into the process of putting up two murals honoring the Coast Salish People who once inhabited Edmonds, local artist and muralist Andy Eccleshall and the Mural Project Edmonds (MPE) have called the project their “most ambitious” to date.  Eccleshall, sponsor John Osberg, consultant Ty Juvinel, […]

Everett Silvertips season to start in December

By Alec Dietz | Lynnwood Times Staff Following the cancellation of the Western Hockey League (WHL) playoffs in March, the league has announced that it will delay the start of its new season until December, per a press release. “Regardless of our start date, the WHL is committed to playing a full Regular Season and […]

Mukilteo City Council approves $150,000 for small business COVID-19 relief

By Alec Dietz | Lynnwood Times Staff From now to Sept. 1, small businesses in Mukilteo can apply for grants between $2,500 and $10,000 through the Mukilteo CARES for Businesses Program. Businesses will need a Mukilteo location (in 98275), 20 or fewer employees, and a “demonstrated impact from the pandemic.” According to a post on […]

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