April 22, 2024 12:56 pm

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Northwest Orchid Society Indoor Plant Festival a huge success

Northwest Orchid Society

LYNNWOOD, Wash., March 6, 2024—The Lynnwood Event Center held its first-ever Northwest Orchid Society Indoor Plant Festival March 2 through March 3, featuring an array of plant displays and an awesome lineup of vendors. At Seattle-based Northwest Orchid Society people from all over the region are united under a single hobby – a shared interest […]

Whistleblower who refused to lie about Cap-and-Trade scheme, files lawsuit


OLYMPIA—The Citizen Action Defense Fund (CADF) filed a lawsuit on Tuesday, March 5, on behalf of whistleblower Scott Smith, who earlier last year was pressured by the Governor’s Office of Financial Management and the Washington State Department of Transportation to change the numbers in his reports that indicated that the cap-and-trade scheme was significantly impacting […]

Lynnwood Public Facilities District meeting on February 6

Lynnwood Public Facilities

LYNNWOOD—The Lynnwood Public Facilities District, now called “The District,” will conduct a hybrid meeting to take place at the Lynnwood Public Facilities District Conference Room located at 3815 196th St SW in Lynnwood. Participants may also zoom into the meeting. The next meeting is scheduled for February 6, 2024. Meeting date and time: 10 a.m. – […]

Northwest Orchid Plant Festival coming to Lynnwood Event Center

Orchid Plant Festival

LYNNWOOD—At Seattle-based Northwest Orchid Society people from all over the region are united under a single hobby – a shared interest in the complex practice of growing, conserving, and propagating one of the most difficult species of plants to cultivate: the orchid. This upcoming March 2 through 3, the Northwest Orchid Society will be hosting […]

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 […]

“Majestic Menagerie” art exhibit debuts at the Lynnwood Event Center

Majestic Menagerie

LYNNWOOD, Wash., August 23, 2023—To support and showcase the many talents of the artist community, the Lynnwood Event Center welcomes the artwork of 35 talented local artists for its Majestic Menagerie: Animals of Earth & Ocean exhibit, that is running now until December of 2023. Additionally, a free Meet the Artists Reception will be held at […]

Allegations of discrimination against The District Director and Board Chair

The District

LYNNWOOD, Wash., August 21, 2023—Citizen Action Defense Fund has launched an investigation into alleged discrimination of Lynnwood Public Facilities District (PFD) board member Vivian Dong by Board Chair Mike Miller and Executive Director Janet Pope for their latest treatment of the newly appointed board member during Lynnwood Luau on August 19. “I felt shocked, frustrated, […]

Cole Langdon sworn in as next Police Chief for Lynnwood

cole langdon

LYNNWOOD, Wash., August 9, 2023—Cole Langdon was sworn in as Chief of the Lynnwood Police Department by Mayor Christine Frizzell on Tuesday, August 8, at City Hall. “I absolutely love this department,” Police Chief Langdon said. “A lot of what has made this such a fulfilling career, first of all it is a great community, […]

The Public Facilities District a NO SHOW for public inspection of books

Public Facilities District

LYNNWOOD, Wash., July 28, 2023—The Lynnwood Times ongoing investigation into the Public Facilities District Board’s alleged unlawful attempt to remove fellow Board member Vivian Dong and allegations of discrimination. The Lynnwood Times notified the PFD Board on Sunday that it will be exercising its right to inspect the Books and Records of the District in […]

Letter-to-Editor: Soft bigotry and racism against the Asian community

dong lynnwood

As a long-term resident of Lynnwood, I have always taken pride in my community’s economic, artistic, and park development, creating a stark contrast to Seattle’s current state. However, recent events have unveiled a disheartening disparity between these developments and the underlying attitudes of some of Lynnwood’s public leadership. The United States has seen a surge […]

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