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Motorcyclist Fails To Negotiate Curve On I-90

A motorcyclist was injured on 1-90 when he failed to negotiate a curve around 9:00 p.m. Saturday night. Forty one year old Corey J. Lee from Marysville was riding a 2020 Kawasaki ZX14000 and traveling at a high rate of speed when he left the roadway. He entered the sagebrush before rolling and coming to rest 200 feet off the road. Lee was wearing a helmet at the time of the accident. The bike was totaled.

Everett pulls out second straight win versus Spokane, 5-4

SPOKANE, WA: For the second straight night, the AquaSox took advantage of a big inning for a come from behind victory. This time by scoring three runs in the fifth inning to erase a 4-2 deficit and record a 5-4 victory over the Spokane Indians in front of 4,530 fans at Avista Stadium.

Scene in Edmonds: Beating the heat

As the temperatures soared Sunday, people found their way to the Edmonds beach and fishing pier, with a bonus: Beautiful views. (Photos by Ron LaRue)

Planting Edmonds: Weeds

Planting Edmonds is a monthly column written by members of Edmonds Floretum Garden Club. Garden weeds are my bugaboo. Let’s dive in, Edmonds, because you have more of these than I’d like to see. What is a weed? Experts have written many words in attempts to answer that...

The human side of the housing debate: Part 1 – New city department works to help those in need

The one issue that generates the most intense discussion in Edmonds is housing. Residents and city officials have debated for years regarding issues related to how and where people should live — from housing density to homelessness to affordable housing — and how much the city should help those who struggle to afford to live here. What follows is the first in a series of My Edmonds News reports on the human service impacts of our housing challenges.

Reader view: Is Edmonds ending single-family zoning?

Let’s start this discussion with a few definitions to make sure we’re all on the same page. What is single-family residential (SFR) zoning?. Per our city code, the purpose of single family residential is: “To reserve and regulate areas primarily for family living in single-family dwellings.” Our code further defines single-family dwellings as: “Single-family dwelling (and single-family dwelling unit) means a detached building used by one family, limited to one per lot.” Pretty clear, right?

Frogs splits series with Spokane, Duval Homers

SPOKANE, WA: Early in the game, it looked like the AquaSox would have its third straight come from behind victory but Grant Lavigne's two-run homer in the seventh inning put the finishing touches on Spokane's 8-2 win over the AquaSox in front of 2,817 fans at Avista Stadium. After allowing...

Skandia First Friday dance set for July 1 at Cedar Valley Grange

Skandia Folk Dance Society is hosting an in-person First Friday dance Friday, July 1 at Cedar Valley Grange, 20526 52nd Ave. W., Lynnwood. The event starts with a class at 7:30 p.m with Harry Khamis and Pat Pi teaching the hambo. In 1972, the hambo was ranked the favorite dance (by a wide margin) in a survey of American folk dancers. The hambo, sometimes referred to as Sweden’s national dance, originated in Sweden around 1900. See video: Hälsingehambon, at

Pet of the Week: Roux

For this week's Pet of the Week, we're featuring a cute pittie mix named Roux! She's 2 years old and has been staying with our friends at Noah Center in Stanwood since February.

Pur Skin Clinic celebrating 10th anniversary in July

Pῡr Skin Clinic in July is celebrating a decade of providing cosmetic dermatology treatments in Edmonds. On Saturday, July 23, the clinic invites you to celebrate with them. From 1-4 p.m., Pur Skin Clinic will host an anniversary event with treatment demonstrations, light bites and beverages, limited gift bags, a raffle for prizes with proceeds benefiting Mary’s Place, and the best pricing of the year.

Everett police recover body of missing 4-year-old girl

Everett Police have recovered the remains of a missing four year old girl from Everett’s Silver Lake. MyEverettNews reports that someone saw the body around 2:30 a.m. Sunday morning and that the Silver Lake Park hasn’t had lifeguards in seven years. Original Story:. Everett police are searching for...