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Nom-nom: Galley back open on Edmonds-Kingston run

After a ban of more than two years on food and drink service on Washington State Ferries, those taking the Edmonds-Kingston run can now partake in gallery offerings. Clam chowder... — Updated 4/21/2022

 

In Edmonds: Eagle takes off from Hickman Park

A rehabilitated bald eagle took off from Hickman Park on March 18 after receiving care from PAWS, the Lynnwood-based nonprofit whose mission includes rehabilitating orphaned and... — Updated 3/24/2022

 

Most plastic bags to be banned Oct 1

Washingtonians may see fewer plastic bags littering the state's roadsides, parks, and streams beginning Oct. 1 when the statewide plastic bag ban goes into effect. That's the plan,... — Updated 3/16/2022

 

Ferry fares on the increase again

You didn't expect ferry fares to go down, right? Especially after a pandemic – which is not yet over – kept many commuters and travelers home and away from Washington state's... — Updated 3/16/2022

 

Indigenous ceremony, paddle at Waterfront Center

Diana White is looking forward to paddling a canoe. But it won't be a day trip. White, an Edmonds resident and former Edmonds School District board member, will be joining the Blue... — Updated 2/10/2022

 
 By Brian Soergel    Business

Beacon Publishing observing a milestone: 35 years

The beginning of what would become Beacon Publishing and its community of newspapers began 35 years ago, Thursday, Dec. 2, 1986, with the publication of The Edmonds Paper, founded... — Updated 12/2/2021

 
 By Brian Soergel    Health

Ferries: Dangerous Legionella bacteria found on some state boats

In addition to increased wait times due to a lack of qualified personnel, Washington State Ferries now has another potential problem on its hands. According to spokesperson Ian... — Updated 11/17/2021

 

'Homewaters' is our home, too

Edmonds is mentioned only in passing in a new book by Seattle author, naturalist, and educator David B. Williams titled "Homewaters: A Human and Natural History of Puget Sound" (Uni... — Updated 5/21/2021

 

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