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Rantz: City of Edmonds tries to silence ‘Build the Wall’ baker, then lies about

The City of Edmonds got itself into a bit of a pickle they’re trying desperately to get out of. In a Facebook post earlier this week, the Diversity Commission condemned the Edmonds baker for his “Build the Wall” Valentine’s Day cookie, after the cookie’s message triggered one customer. Though they d


Viaduct demolition’s impact on nearby businesses, waterfront

SEATTLE -- Construction work to remove the viaduct began Friday after last week’s snow storm caused some delays. Crews began the demolition on both the north and south ends of the viaduct, which could impact nearby businesses for the next several weeks.


Reminder: Cascade Mountain Boys to perform at Edmonds Library Feb. 16

A reminder that the free Cascade Mountain Boys performance presented by the Edmonds Arts Commission and Edmonds Sno-Isle Library is this Saturday, Feb. 16. The free Wintergrass Preview event performance, part of the Music at the Library series, will run from 2-4:30 p.m. in the Plaza Room, above the


Edmonds College Student Missing In Lynnwood: Police

LYNNWOOD, WA - An international student studying at Edmonds Community College is missing, according to Lynnwood police. Anyone who sees him or knows his whereabouts is encouraged to contact Lynnwood detectives immediately, or call 911.


Edmonds Weather Forecast For The Weekend Ahead

EDMONDS, WA — A quick heads up: Weather officials have issued a Special Weather Statement for your area, beginning Thursday at 5:41 pm and ending Friday at 7:00 pm. You can find more info from the National Weather Service here.


Edmonds small businesses hurting after string of snowstorms

Unless they owned a hardware store or operated a tow truck, the past week-and-a-half have probably been brutal on small business owners. As Kimberly Koenig opened her clothing and jewelry business in Edmonds Thursday, she admitted the past couple of weeks have been lonely.


Dori Monson’s Feedback Friday — End of O’Brien’s reign and Cali’s train

Welcome to our new Feedback Friday feature, where we collect a sampling of comments we receive over email and Facebook on various topics throughout the week. Want the chance to have your comments included in Feedback Friday? Send your thoughts about any show topics via email or the Dori Monson Faceb


Washington Earthquake 2019 Today Strikes Olympia

ST LOUIS (LALATE) – A Washington earthquake 2019 today has hit moments ago. The Washington earthquake today began outside Olympia. Damage assessment is pending. USGS indicates to news that a 2.8 magnitude quake started outside Shelton with a moderate depth. The quake was 24 miles from Olympia. It wa


Reminder: Clam Chowder Cook-Off set for Feb. 23

The Edmonds Chamber of Commerce-sponsored 2019 Edmonds Clam Chowder Cook-Off is set for Saturday, Feb. 23 at the Edmonds Yacht Club. Ten local restaurants will compete to win “BEST Clam Chowder in Edmonds.” The public will vote for the People’s Choice Award for Best Traditional and Best Cutting-Edge


FBI: Washington man facing charges after forcing plane to land in Portland

PORTLAND, OR (KPTV) – A Washington man is facing charges after the Federal Bureau of Investigation says he caused a disturbance on an LA-bound flight and forced the pilot to land at Portland International Airport.


Edmonds mom sings snow day cover of Lady Gaga's hit song 'Shallow'

A star is born out of Edmonds, Washington. One mom fed up with too many snow days put her feelings into song with a cover of the hit song 'Shallow' from the movie A Star Is Born.


2 Men Die Of Hypothermia In Seattle Area, Bringing Total To 5

SEATTLE, WA - Two men died of hypothermia this week, according to the King County Medical Examiner, bringing the total deaths due to exposure to at least five since Feb. 7. Kicce Zebedee, 54, died in Auburn on Feb. 12, the day after the third major snow event that hit Puget sound over the last week.


Scene in Edmonds: To parents, with love

When it comes to the numerous snow days that Edmonds School District parents have been dealing with recently, Edmonds mom Janelle Logan let her home-baked cookies do the talking.


Kenmore Community Club Show Opens Friday

From As If Theatre: As If Theatre Company (AITC), has rescheduled the run of Sarah Ruhl's The Clean House due to weather. As If Theatre joined the long list of area theatres that had to cancel weekend performances because of the wintery weather hitting the region. Fortunately, The Clean House will s


Crews begin tearing down Seattle's Alaskan Way Viaduct

SEATTLE (AP) — Crews have begun tearing down Seattle's double-decker Alaskan Way Viaduct. Washington transportation officials said Friday afternoon that demolition had started on the former Columbia Street on-ramp and that another crew would begin demolishing a section near the Pike Place Market.


Just One Washington Restaurant Gets AAA 5-Diamond Rating

WOODINVILLE, WA - AAA has released its exclusive five-diamond list of restaurants and just one restaurant in Washington made the cut. The list, released Thursday, includes just 67 restaurants in North America and only three new restaurants were added this year.


Letter to the editor: Make sure your voice is heard on housing strategy

There has been much recent discussion about a “housing strategy” in Edmonds, including an article in the Feb. 14, Everett Herald. I urge all Edmonds’ citizens to monitor this issue closely and let your voices be heard. There are positive ideas to come out of a plan to address real population growth


Passenger’s harrowing tale of turbulence on Seattle-bound flight

Lynnwood resident Joe Justice flies multiple times a week for work. He says that he’s on the way to “being a Delta Million Miler.” Still, he’s never had a turbulence experience like he did en route to Seattle on Wednesday.


Plane diverted when WA man on meth refused to sit down and approached cockpit, complaint says

A plane headed from Seattle to California was diverted to Portland when a 21-year-old Washington man refused to sit down and approached the cockpit, according to a federal complaint filed in court Thursday afternoon.


Telekinesis - 24 People Hear New Song “A Place in the Sun” For the First Time in New Video

Telekinesis (the project of Seattle-based singer/songwriter/drummer Michael Benjamin Lerner) is releasing a new album, Effluxion, on February 22 via Merge. Earlier this week he shared another new song, "A Place in the Sun," via a video for the song. Kayhl Cooper directed the clip, which features 24