No one was injured in a Sunday evening, October 8th, Edmonds condo fire that was most likely caused by a cigarette. Red Cross is assisting the two displaced residents: the woman who escaped with her dog and her mother, who was away at the time of the fire.
Even though the City of Mill Creek does not have a celebration planned for July 4th and prohibits fireworks, there are plenty of other local Puget Sound cities with fireworks shows to cap off your Independence Day.
Ivar’s and Kidd Valley Restaurants are calling on all kindergarten through eighth grade students to nominate their favorite, deserving teacher for a chance to take home the 2018 Teacher of the Year honors.
The Snohomish County DUI and Target Zero Task Force will be conducting DUI emphasis patrols on Saturday, March 17th, from 7:00 pm through 3:00 am. These patrols coincide with St. Patrick’s Day festivities.
Edmonds Community College will host its fifth annual Veterans Day Celebration from 10:30 am to 1:00 pm on Wednesday, November 1st, on campus in the Black Box Theatre. Students, employees, as well as veterans from our surrounding communities are invited.
Edmonds Community College will be a tobacco and smoke-free campus as of Monday, September 11th. The new policy and procedure are intended to promote a healthy educational and work environment for students, faculty, staff, and visitors.
Arlington Fire Chief Bruce Steadman was selected as the preferred candidate for new Snohomish County Fire District 1 chief by the board on Tuesday, August 22nd. He will become chief of the new South Snohomish County Fire & Rescue agency when it is formed on October 1st.
Four finalists have been selected for Fire District 1 Fire Chief. With the October 1st establishment of a Regional Fire Authority, city officials from Lynnwood, Brier, Edmonds, and Mountlake Terrace will join Fire District 1 Commissioners in the selection process.