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Couple launch pet- and house-sitting travel adventure

"Home is now wherever we are," they declare as they step off the airplane in Paris, ready to take on their first pet sitting gig. They are off on adventures for at least a year, but Edmonds is still...

 
 By Brian Soergel    News    May 10, 2018

Keep on travelin’: Rick Steves says live like a local when traveling

From his home office on Fourth Avenue North in Edmonds, Rick Steves continues to pump out travel guidebooks on European travel, as he has done since opening Rick Steves’ Europe 42 years ago....

 

On the march

When I told my grandmother about my participation in the Women’s March on Saturday, she echoed back to me a mantra that I’ve been repeating to myself for the past year. “I will never forget the... Full story

 
 By Brian Soergel    A&E    October 20, 2016

‘King of mountain soul’: ECA hosts Ralph Stanley tribute

If you’re a fan of the late, great bluegrass legend Ralph Stanley, who died in June at age 89, there’s no better place to be than right here in Edmonds on Saturday, Oct. 22. “A Tribute to Dr.... Full story

 
 By David Pan    Sports    September 16, 2016

Late rallies lift Timberwolves to pair of victories | Football

If the Jackson football team was to have a nickname after its first two games of the season, the Cardiac Kids would be most appropriate. The Timberwolves rallied twice in the fourth quarter to pull out thrilling victories over Edmonds-Woodway on...

 

Edmonds CC student trustee known as an ‘agent of change’

The Edmonds Community College Board of Trustees selected its fourth student trustee, who many on campus see as an agent of change. EdCC student Lia Andrews, 23, was appointed by Gov. Jay Inslee to ser... Full story

 
 By David Pan    Sports    February 21, 2016

Jackson stages epic rally but comes up short against Monroe | Girls basketball

Few would have blamed Jackson if it would have quit after a disastrous first half that saw the Timberwolves trail Monroe 15-2 early in the first quarter and 40-19 at halftime. But the Wolfpack regrouped at halftime and chipped away the deficit until...

 

Calendar of events | Feb. 6-March 2

Have a listing? Email to millcreekeditor@yourbeacon.net. Feb. 6 Gelli Plate demo 11 a.m. Discover the art of Gelli Plate printing at this Valentine's themed craft workshop. A fun and easy way...

 
 By David Pan    Sports    January 22, 2016

Glacier Peak comes up short against Edmonds-Woodway

Glacier Peak battled back and forth with Edmonds-Woodway for the first three quarters of their Wesco 3A South boys basketball clash. But in the fourth quarter, the Grizzlies struggled at the line and under the Warriors’ defensive pressure and fell... Full story

 
 A&E    May 7, 2015

Sculptors Workshop to host semi-annual pottery sale

The Sculptors Workshop will host its semi-annual pottery sale on May 8-9 at the Frances Anderson Center, 700 Dayton St. The sale will feature decorative and functional pottery – garden art, vases,... Full story

 
 A&E    July 1, 2014

4th of July choices near Mill Creek

Everett celebrations begin with parade While fireworks are banned and no official celebration is slated in Mill Creek, there are some good opportunities close by for residents who like an old fashione...

 

Open house to welcome Christmas Ship

Warm up with some hot cider and coffee while waiting for the Argosy Cruises Christmas Ship to dock at the Edmonds Fishing Pier on Tuesday, Dec. 10. Just Frogs Toads Too Amphibian Center, located...

 

Don’t miss ‘International Guitar Night’ at the Edmonds Center for the Arts

The Edmonds Center for the Arts (ECA) presents “International Guitar Night” on Wednesday, Feb. 6, at 7:30 p.m. at the ECA, 410 Fourth Avenue North, Edmonds. Tickets are $25-$35 / $15 Youth, visit http://bit.ly/101Hh8Z or call 425-275-9595. The In...

 
 By Todd Myers    Opinion    August 23, 2012

The trendy drive to ban plastic grocery bags: Does it really help the environment?

From Bellingham to Edmonds to Seattle, Washington cities are joining the latest environmental trend – banning plastic grocery bags. Concerned about the amount of plastic that reaches our oceans and its impact on wildlife, communities have decided th... Full story

 

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