July 22, 2024 7:34 am

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Second Dine and Donate event on August 10 for the family of Jayda

Jayda

LYNNWOOD—Cedar Way Elementary Parent Teacher Organization (PTO) raised over $1,400 from its Red Robin of Lynnwood fundraiser on Friday, July 12, to support the Jada Woods-Johnson Family who lost their daughter to a fatal shooting in the Alderwood Mall food court. A second fundraiser is in the works for August 10 at Buffalo Wild Wings, […]

Game of Thrones: Biden out, endorses Harris for replacement

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DELEWARE—After increasing pressure from corporate media, billionaire donors, and high-ranking political colleagues, President Joe Biden announced Sunday, July 21, on X that he will not seek the 2024 Presidential nomination of the Democratic Party at its national convention in August. “My fellow Democrats, I have decided not to accept the nomination and to focus all […]

Afternoon drive-by shooting in Everett of 17-year-old

drive-by shooting Everett

EVERETT—Snohomish County Sheriff’s Office Deputies are investigating a drive-by shooting of a 17-year-old male that occurred on the 600 block of 124 St SW, near Mariner High School, at approximately 4:30 p.m. on Saturday afternoon. The victim has been transported to Providence Hospital-Colby Campus with gunshot wounds to the leg and chest, according to initial […]

A ‘No’ vote on Mukilteo EMS Levy will not impact service

Mukilteo EMS

Voting NO on the proposed EMS Levy will not impact Mukilteo’s excellent EMS service. With call volumes down (Sno911 Annual Report), EMS expenditures decreasing (Mukilteo Annual Budget 2024), and full EMS staffing, why would the City ask voters to approve a $1.6 million tax increase? We believe this EMS Levy proposal is disingenuous, misleading, not […]

State delegation to showcase Washington’s aerospace industry at UK airshow

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OLYMPIA—Washington state’s largest delegation ever, led by Lt. Governor Denny Heck and State Senate Majority Leader Andy Billig, is traveling to the United Kingdom this week for the 2024 Farnborough International Air Show.  The group will share the latest aerospace industry innovations coming out of Washington state under the theme “Leading the Way in Building a […]

More details emerge on remains found in a south Lynnwood park

Lynnwood park

LYNNWOOD—After it was announced on July 17 that a skeletonized cranium was found at Scriber Lake Park earlier this year, the Lynnwood Times reached out to Nicole Krueger, Operations Manager with the Snohomish County Medical Examiner’s Office, to understand more about the case. According to Krueger, the person who found the remains of John Doe, a transient […]

The new Lynnwood Link extension opening in just six weeks

Lynnwood Link

With exactly six weeks left before the grand opening of the Lynnwood Link extension, Sound Transit has announced additional details about the opening day festivities as well as an update on progress completing the tasks necessary to open the 8.5-mile extension. “Every day brings us closer to the launch of Lynnwood Link, and the anticipation […]

Adopt A Stream Foundation’s Northwest Stream Center

Stream Center

EVERETT—Take a Forest Bathing break Sunday, July 21, from 11am to 1pm at the Northwest Stream Center, 600 128th Street SE, Everett WA 98208. Register by calling 425-316-8592 or on-line at www.streamkeeper.org; $25 AASF members, $30 non-members. Space is limited to 15 who will enjoy the sense of being in a private nature preserve as the […]

A snapshot of last year’s crime rates in Snohomish County

snohomish county crime

SNOHOMISH COUNTY—The Washington Association of Sheriffs and Police Chiefs (WASPC) released its annual crime rata report on Tuesday, July 9, which compiles crime data across the state. Overall, the report found that crime rates were down across the board in Washington State yet hate crimes and vehicular thefts continue to climb. Still, crime rates have […]

August 6 Primary Election Ballots mailed this week to voters

Primary Election Ballots

EVERETT—Today, Snohomish County Elections mailed ballots for the August 6 Primary to 516,000 registered voters. Ballots were mailed to military and overseas voters on June 21 and to out-of-state and rural voters on July 13. The local voters’ pamphlet was also mailed to every household.  All eligible voters should receive their ballot no later than Wednesday, […]

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