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Saturday, April 19, 2014 -- 10:39 pm
Prep track: Meadowdale boys, Lynnwood girls place eighth at Eason Invite
Lynnwood Today - The Meadowdale boys and Lynnwood girls track and field teams each finished eighth in their respective meets at the annual Larry Eason Invitational Saturday at Snohomish High School. The Mavericks were led by Malix Braxton, who took fourth in the triple and long jumps and Chris Grant, who placed fourth in the 110-meter high hurdles and sixth in the 300 hurdles. Teammate Margaryonta Kipcup finished third in the 100 and Trevor White took eighth in the pole vault. The 400 relay team of Kilcup, Steeven Buonto, Michael Milo and Braxton took sixth and the distance medley relay team of Dominic Giordano, Trevor White, Josh Verzola and Zach Plummer placed eighth. Lynnwood's Tyler McArthur took second in the 800 and was third in the high jump. In the girls meet, Lynnwood's Mikayla Pivec finished second in the javelin and 1,600 and third in the 800. Teammate Grace Douglas was eighth in the 400. The distance medley team of Madison Bryson-Eyer, Douglas, Mikayla Pivec and Malia Pivec finished second.   The post Prep track: Meadowdale boys, Lynnwood girls place eighth at Eason Invite appeared first on Lynnwood Today. Read more...
Saturday, April 19, 2014 -- 9:18 pm
Reminder: Many businesses closed for Easter Sunday
Lynnwood Today - Many businesses will be closed in observance of Easter on Sunday, April 20. The Alderwood Mall is closed, though some restaurants may be open. The Lynnwood Recreation Center and the Lynnwood Library will be closed. The bowling portion of the Lynnwood Bowl and Skate will be open on Sunday. For those who missed the Saturday's Easter egg hunts, Pump It Up of Lynnwood is having an Easter Celebration from 11 a.m.-12:15 p.m. The event included open jump time and an Easter egg hunt throughout the inflatable arenas. Fee is $7 per child and $5 for siblings. All ages are welcome (10 and under for the Easter Egg hunt). Reservations are required. For more information go here. Pump It Up is located at 18027 Highway 99. Their phone number is 425-774-2297.             The post Reminder: Many businesses closed for Easter Sunday appeared first on Lynnwood Today. Read more...
Saturday, April 19, 2014 -- 8:54 pm
Lynnwood Interim Fire Chief among the responders to Oso mudslide
Lynnwood Today - By David Pan/Lynnwood Today editor Like everyone in the Pacific Northwest, Lynnwood Interim Fire Chief Tod Gates's attention has been on the Oso mudslide and the efforts of the rescue personnel who have been working to save and now retrieve the victims. But unlike most people, Gates and two other City of Lynnwood employees actually were called in to help in the emergency response as members of the Northwest Washington Incident Management Team (NWIMT). Gates, Assistant Chief of Operations Gregg Sieloff and Paul McIntyre of the Public Works Department are all members of the NWIMT, a highly trained and experienced group that functions under the National Incident Management System to support the incident management needs of local communities and agencies when requested during major emergency events. Snohomish County requested the NWIMT to assist in organizing and managing the search and rescue effort for survivors of the mudslide. Gates served as Incident Commander and Deputy Incident Commander. Sieloff was the Deputy Incident Commander and McIntyre was Logistic Section Chief. Initially, the NWIMT was a partner in the Unified Command with all of the other responding agencies and then the NWIMT was delegated the responsibility of running the operations for four days. The scope of the Oso landslide was enormous and beyond anything Gates previously experienced. "That was clearly a career event for almost everybody," Gates said. "We would hope we would never see it again. The complexity was significant, not just the size." The NWIMT helped Snohomish County with the initial set-up and organization of the response and resources. "We all came collectively away with a sense that the region really pulled together and there was no ego," Gates said. "It was kind of we needed to do. 'Let's get it done and keep the focus on the right priorities.'" Gates praised the county's response and in particular John Pennington, the Snohomish County Emergency Management Director. "The decisions that were made were very thoughtful," Gates said. The situation was very stressful for all those involved in the rescue efforts, Gates noted. "But I think people realized everybody had a part to do," he said. "The sum of the parts created the whole. What they needed to do, our contributions, our job, all fit together in concert with the Emergency Management Department." The Oso landslide wasn't the first time that Gates and the other members of the NWIMT responded to a high profile incident. The NWIMT was involved in the Skagit River bridge collapse in May 2013. The images from Oso certainly won't soon be forgotten and neither will the response from the community. "It was just sort of awe-inspiring to see how folks came together," Gates said. "You don't teach that kind of stuff. To see it in real life and see how many people really came together and to do it in a very coordinated response, the region is well-served."         The post Lynnwood Interim Fire Chief amo Read more...
Saturday, April 19, 2014 -- 7:57 pm
Scene in Lynnwood: Easter Egg hunters beat the rain Saturday at LifePoint Church event
Lynnwood Today - The post Scene in Lynnwood: Easter Egg hunters beat the rain Saturday at LifePoint Church event appeared first on Lynnwood Today. Read more...
Saturday, April 19, 2014 -- 6:39 pm
Triton softball team sweeps Skagit Valley
Lynnwood Today -   Faith Clark hit two homeruns and had a walk-off hit as Edmonds Community College's softball team swept a North Region twinbill from Skagit Valley Friday at Triton Field. The last time that EdCC took two games from a regional opponent was May 12, 2006. Edmonds starters Sierra Card and Madisyn Napier each tossed complete games and earned wins. Card (1-5) scattered nine hits in the opener and allowed three earned runs while striking out nine batters.  Clark led the Triton offense in game one by going 3-for-4 with two runs scored and a three RBI. She doubled in run in the second, hit a solo shot in the fourth and then roped the game-winning hit in the bottom of the seventh. Arista Honey and Hollie Sharp had two hits apiece in the opener. Honey started the seventh-inning rally with a single and advance to third on a double from Alex Deaver.  Napier (3-2) got off to a shaky start in the nightcap, surrendering three first-inning runs, though only one was earned. The Triton offense answered with three of their own in the home half of the frame, however.  Napier helped herself out with a single, a stolen base and a scored on a triple from Deaver. Honey and Shawna Steele each had RBI hits in the first.  The Cardinals scored a run in the second but would be held in check by Napier — and a solid Edmonds defense — until the seventh inning. Edmonds would plate three runs in the fifth to go ahead 6-3, after a RBI triple form Honey and a two-run shot from Clark. Edmonds added an insurance run in the sixth when Deaver doubled home Napier, who was 3-for-4 in the game. Deaver and Honey had two hits apiece in the nightcap. With the two wins the Tritons improved to 2-6 in the North and 5-9 overall, and have moved out of last place. The Cardinals fell to 1-7 and 9-20. The Tritons host Olympic College (2-3, 9-14) for two on Tuesday. First pitch is set for 3 pm.  The post Triton softball team sweeps Skagit Valley appeared first on Lynnwood Today. Read more...
Saturday, April 19, 2014 -- 6:32 pm
Try PUD EnergyAdvisor for a chance to win $200 off your bill
Lynnwood Today - If you're a Snohomish County PUD customer, you can analyze your PUD bill with the utility's EnergyAdvisor -- and have a chance to win $200 off your bill. Three prizes will be awarded during the promotion, which runs through June 30, 2014. For more information, visit According to a PUD announcement, the free EnergyAdvisor tool was recently upgraded to integrate customer billing information for account specific data. It's an easy-to-use online analyzer that enables customers to see where they are using the most energy in their homes, and what they can do to reduce their use and save money. After answering a few quick questions about their homes, customers receive a comprehensive report with tips for no- and low-cost ways to save, as well as information about relevant PUD programs and rebates. A recent billing integration upgrade to the tool enables customers who input their account number to receive more personalized results. In addition to the whole-home EnergyAdvisor audit, customers can access several special purpose calculators related to thermostats, lighting, televisions, appliances and holiday lighting. Appliance cost sheets provide additional information about average monthly energy costs for operating more than 100 household items. Home reference tools also provide a collection of resources, such as a library of topic-specific articles, a "Kids' Corner," an electricity primer and a highly-visual interactive home tool. The post Try PUD EnergyAdvisor for a chance to win $200 off your bill appeared first on Lynnwood Today. Read more...
Saturday, April 19, 2014 -- 6:30 pm
Happening nearby: Men rescued after sailboat flips over in Lake Ballinger Saturday
Lynnwood Today - Two men were rescued from Lake Ballinger late Saturday afternoon after the sailboat they were in flipped over. According to Snohomish County Fire District No. 1 spokeswoman Leslie Hynes said fire crews responded to a call at Lake Ballinger around 5:17 pm. that a sailboat had flipped over and the victims were standing on top of the overturned boat. The two -- described as in their late teens or early 20s -- were rescued by personnel in a motorized boat that Fire District 1 has stationed by the boat launch on the lake's Mountlake Terrace side, Hynes said. A nearby kayaker also provided assistance, she added. The pair was described as cold and wet, but did not appear to need medical attention. The post Happening nearby: Men rescued after sailboat flips over in Lake Ballinger Saturday appeared first on Lynnwood Today. Read more...
Saturday, April 19, 2014 -- 6:28 pm
Edmonds Community College baseball team blanks Skagit Valley twice
Lynnwood Today -   Sophomore Zach Johnson threw a seven-inning no-hitter in game one before Andrew Kemmerer and Torin Dooley combined for a shutout in game two as the Edmonds Community Collete baseball team blanked the Skagit Valley Cardinals 2-0 and 8-0 Friday evening.Johnson improved to 6-0 on the year and lowered his ERA to 1.02 with the no-no. The lefty walked just one batter and fanned nine Cardinals.The Tritons needed Johnson's effort as they were held to just five hits by Cardinal starter Javier Villanueva. Edmonds manged to score a run in the first and third innings, however. Ryan Budnick and Ryan Archibald each had a RBI.Edmonds pitching was back in control in the nightcap with Kemmerer yielding just two hits and two walks in a seven-inning start. The sophomore struck out eight batters. Dooley tossed the eighth and ninth innings, allowing just one hit in his stint.The Triton bats got going too with Budnick doing some serious damage with a three-run homer in the third. His fourth round-tripper of the year put Edmonds up 4-0. Edmonds added two more runs in the fifth and single runs in the seventh and eighth frames for the 8-0 final.Edmonds has shutout opponents nine times in 2014.Edmonds pounded out 14 hits in the nightcap led by Budnick's 3-for-5, four RBI effort. Tyler Baker also collected three hits with Archibald, Kyle Olson and TC Florentine each contributing two base knocks. The two triumphs ups the NWAACC No. 2-ranked Tritons' record 24-4 overall, 12-2 in the North while SVC falls to 10-14, 5-5 North. The four-game series moves over to Edmond's Triton Field on Saturday for a twinbill that starts at 5 pm. The post Edmonds Community College baseball team blanks Skagit Valley twice appeared first on Lynnwood Today. Read more...
Saturday, April 19, 2014 -- 1:00 am
More than a mall town: Lynnwood offers cultural events, parks, public art, more
HeraldNet - While retail strip malls, freeways and highways do take up a lot of space in this city, don't forget that Lynnwood is the home of Edmonds Community College , with its many cultural activities for the public. Read more...
Friday, April 18, 2014 -- 11:14 pm
Friday's Prep Sports roundup
Lynnwood Today - Prep softball: Monroe 7, Lynnwood 0 The Royals were shut out for the second straight game. Lynnwood (4-1 in the league, 8-3 overall) mustered only four hits, while the Bearcats (1-3, 4-5) had 12. Prep baseball: Glacier Peak 10, Meadowdale 0 (6 innings) The Mavericks only had three hits and ending up losing two out of three games against the Grizzlies (4-7 in the league, 4-10 overall) this week. Dakota Barlament hit a double for Meadowdale (6-3 8-4). Prep baseball: Cascade 10, Lynnwood 0 (5 innings)  Lawton Manipon had the only hit for the Royals (3-4 in the league, 7-4 overall), who lost two of three games to the Bruins. Prep soccer: Lake Stevens 2, Lynnwood 1 (2OT) Henry Gonzalez scored the only goal for the Royals (3-6 in the league, 3-6 overall), while Max Sands scored both goals for the Vikings (7-1, 7-2-2) Prep tennis: Stanwood 4, Meadowdale 3 Sabrina England and Erica Nguyen won their singles matches and Eunice Jung/Simran Rai captured their doubles match for the Mavericks  The post Friday's Prep Sports roundup appeared first on Lynnwood Today. Read more...
Friday, April 18, 2014 -- 10:46 pm
Prep soccer: Mavericks win fifth straight, 3-2 over Stanwood in overtime
Lynnwood Today - By Quint Turner/For Lynnwood Today The Meadowdale soccer team continued its five-game win streak in dramatic fashion. Down 2-1 and in stoppage time, Stuart Smith floated a ball over the Stanwood Spartans defense and into the box. Austin Panek fought off a defender for the ball and slid the ball between goaltender Riley Martin's legs to tie the game at 2. Then, in the last two minutes of overtime, Taylor Linton fired a throw-in into the goal box and Tristan Springer headed the ball off the crossbar and in to win 3-2 Friday night at Edmonds Stadium. It was one of very few balls the Mavericks won in the air since the Spartans defense had a huge height and physical advantage over the Maverick forwards and Springer made the most of it. Stanwood opened the scoring in the 11th minute and it took until the 65th minute before the Mavs tied the game up. The Spartans struck again three minutes after Meadowdale's first goal. Most of the game was spent in the Spartans' half and the first eight minutes were all Mavericks. In the first minute, a drop pass by a Stanwood defender was stolen by Panek. He dribbled into the box and then fired a bad angled shot over the net. Four minutes later, Linton hit the ball up to Panek, who then found Colton Davis breaking forward into the box. Davis fired a shot that went wide. On the counter in the ninth minute, the Spartans got some pressure on the Mavs. Alex Esary sent a through ball to Laurence Wanabisi and he got behind the defense. Wanabisi got into the box before Alec Norton, sprinting back, stole the ball away before he could shoot. In the 11th minute, Stanwood took the lead. Noah Heintz took a throw-in to the box that got over a couple of players and to Esary's feet. Esary slid the ball past Mark Steinke and into the bottom corner of the net to make it 1-0. Stanwood immediately changed their formation to a very defensive style. They placed nine defenders in the box whenever Meadowdale had possession in the Spartans' side. The Mavs struggled to make headway against the physical backline; even though they dominated possession, they weren't able to get many good shots off. In the 15th minute, Smith took a free kick near the corner of the goal box and sent in a cross that Martin caught. Then, eight minutes later, Nathan Redd fought through a couple of defenders for a loose ball in the goal box and sent a hard shot straight at Martin that was saved. Then in the 25th minute, Smith found Taylor Von der Hofen, who then sent a drop pass right back to Smith. He fired a 25 yard shot that went over the crossbar. Three minutes later, Ryan Healy took a long free kick into the box that Steinke caught. The Mavs went on a counter immediately after and Linton sent a through ball to Jonathan Flores got to in the goal box, but his first touch went straight to Martin. In the 36th minute, the Spartans defense tried to clear the ball from the box, but a defender whiffed on it and the ball bounced into the middle of the box to Springer. He Read more...
Friday, April 18, 2014 -- 4:07 pm
Snohomish County Fire District 1 calls: April 10-16
Lynnwood Today - Snohomish County Fire District 1 responded to 335 calls the week of April 10-16: 270 emergency medical aid calls, 19 motor vehicle collisions, 21 fires, 11 service calls, 1 natural gas leak, 1 technical rescue and 12 automatic fire alarms. April 12 COLLISION:  At 9:27 p.m., a two-car collision was reported in the 13300 block of Highway 99 south of Everett. Firefighters transported two patients to Providence Regional Medical Center Everett. April 13 CAR FIRE:  At 10:53 p.m., firefighters extinguished a car engine fire in the 400 block of 164th Street SW north of Lynnwood. April 15 COLLISION:  At 12:16 a.m., firefighters transported two Washington State Patrol troopers to Harborview Medical Center after their patrol cars were involved in a collision during a pursuit at Ash Way and Maple Road east of Lynnwood. CAR-PEDSTRIAN COLLISION: At 1:22 p.m., a woman in a wheelchair was struck by a car in the 22600 block of Highway 99 in Edmonds. Firefighters transported the injured woman to Harborview Medical Center. TRUCK FIRE:  At 9:32 p.m., firefighters extinguished a truck fire in the 120 block of West Dayton Street in Edmonds. The post Snohomish County Fire District 1 calls: April 10-16 appeared first on Lynnwood Today. Read more...
Friday, April 18, 2014 -- 4:02 pm
Happening nearby: Time to submit entries into Arts of Terrace juried show
Lynnwood Today -   The Mountlake Terrace Arts Advisory Commission has begun accepting entries into the 2014 Arts of the Terrace juried art show, scheduled for Sept. 27-Oct. 5. Entry fee is $15 per piece; deadline for entries is Aug. 30. This is the 36th year for the annual juried art show in Mountlake Terrace. Works that will be accepted into the show include paintings, prints, drawings, calligraphy, photography, miniatures, three-dimensional pieces and artisans' works. More than $4,000 in prize money will be available this year, including a prize of $500 for the Best of Show. The judges for the 2014 Arts of the Terrace show will be Joe Mac Kechnie, Aaron Haba and Mark Hopkins. Mac Kechnie is a signature member of the Northwest Pastel Society, Northwest Watercolor Society and the Puget Sound Group of NW Artists, and a member of the American Impressionist Society and the Oil Painters of America. Haba, a three-dimensional and artisan's works artist, owns a studio on Camano Island, studied in France in 2011 and has recently had works shown in New York City and in shows throughout the Northwest. Hopkins, a 12-year Mountlake Terrace resident and member of the city's Arts Advisory Commission, has a permanent showing of his fine art photography/digital art at the Woodhouse Wine Estates in Woodinville. His real estate and landscape images have been featured in magazines, posters and websites worldwide. You can view more information about the entering pieces into the 2014 Arts of the Terrace show here. The post Happening nearby: Time to submit entries into Arts of Terrace juried show appeared first on Lynnwood Today. Read more...
Friday, April 18, 2014 -- 3:58 pm
Meadowdale seventh-grader places first in division at Seahawks 5k Run
Lynnwood Today - Meadowdale Middle School seventh-grader Adriana Valadez of Edmonds took first place for her division (15 years old and under female), running against 174 competitors in the Seahawks 5K run last Sunday, April 14. According to her mother Lisa Valadez, Adriana placed 35th overall in the female category of 2,822 runners. The 13-year-old attends Meadowdale Middle School, where she runs cross country for coach Cheryl Wilson. The event, Seahawks 12K at the Landing, offers both a 12K and 5K race to raise money for A Better Seattle -- lead by head coach Pete Carroll & the Seattle Seahawks -- to make a long-term impact for our youth. Adriana ran the race with her friend, Kaylee Whatmore, who also attends Meadowdale Middle School.       The post Meadowdale seventh-grader places first in division at Seahawks 5k Run appeared first on Lynnwood Today. Read more...
Friday, April 18, 2014 -- 3:55 pm
Sound Transit begins work along proposed light rail route, video simulation of Lynnwood Link Extension released online
Lynnwood Today - While final decisions on the exact route of the Sound Transit light rail Lynnwood Link is still about a year away, Sound Transit representatives have been busy in Mountlake Terrace and all along the entire 8.5-mile proposed light rail route, collecting data and making possible design refinements. Geotechnical drilling started this week in Mountlake Terrace in order to collect soil samples for analysis, and noise monitoring and vibration testing is scheduled to begin soon, Sound Transit officials said. Over the past few months, the regional transportation agency has been completing civil and wetland survey work along the I-5 corridor between Northgate and Lynnwood, the general route of the proposed light rail line. Sound Transit released a video simulation of the Lynnwood Link Extension's preferred alignment, which provides an animated view of the route and stations based on current designs. The final decision by Sound Transit board members on the final route and stations is expected in 2015. You can view the video here. Construction of the $1.2 billion to $1.7 billion light rail extension is expected to begin in late 2017 or early 2018, with service beginning in 2023. The post Sound Transit begins work along proposed light rail route, video simulation of Lynnwood Link Extension released online appeared first on Lynnwood Today. Read more...
Friday, April 18, 2014 -- 3:47 pm
Lynnwood Police blotter
Lynnwood Today - The following are selected incidents from the Lynnwood Police blotter. April 10 20000 block of 68th Ave. W. Suspicious circumstances. A woman believed a man was following her. 3200 block of 184th St. SW. Vehicle prowl. Two vehicles had their windows smashed out and items were stolen from them. April 11 20000 block of Highway 99. Found property. A bag of jewelry was found. 16900 block of Olympic View Dr. Assault. A man was arrested for assault. April 12 3000 block of 184th St. SW. Trespass. A 13-year-old girl was arrested for trespassing. 18900 block of 44th Ave. W. Theft. A tablet, leather case and cash were stolen from a locked locker. 6200 block of 200th St. SW. Juvenile. A juvenile boy was intoxicated. April 13 16700 block of 71st Pl. W. Theft. Camera equipment, computer and brief case were stolen from a car. 5500 block of 189th St. SW. Domestic. A verbal argument occurred between and ex-boyfriend and girlfriend. April 14 20300 block of 68th Ave. W. Theft. A purse, driver's license, ID cards, bank cards, cash and other items were stolen from a vehicle. 5200 block of 196th St. SW. Liquor. A 19-year-old man was cited and released for minor in possession of alcohol. April 15 18300 block of Alderwood Mall Parkway. Theft auto. A 2010 car was reported stolen. 18100 block of Highway 99. Narcotics. A 23-year-old woman was arrested for possession of drug paraphernalia and possession of a dangerous weapon. 17200 block of Highway 99. Theft. A bicycle was reported stolen. April 17 20700 block of Highway 99. Narcotics. A man was arrested for unlawful inhalation of narcotics.   The post Lynnwood Police blotter appeared first on Lynnwood Today. Read more...
Friday, April 18, 2014 -- 3:27 pm
Police seek suspect in attempted robbery, sexual assault of Edmonds Community College student
Lynnwood Today - Edmonds police are asking for the public's help in finding a man suspected of attempting to rob and sexually assault an Edmonds Community College exchange student after she got off the bus in the Lake Ballinger neighborhood early Thursday evening. Here's the complete police department news release: On April 17, 2014 at about 6:30 PM Edmonds Police were dispatched to an attempted robbery, sexual assault that occurred at 75th Ave W and 230th St SW. The victim, an exchange student with Edmonds Community College, had just gotten off a Community Transit Bus and was walking home when she was attacked. Two people happened to be passing by and heard the young lady's cries for help and observed a male suspect running away. The male suspect was observed running west on 230th St SW then north along 76th Ave W, getting into a white van and driving north, leaving the area on northbound SR 99. The victim and witnesses were able to give a description of the male suspect and his vehicle. The suspect is described as a 35-40 year old white male, approximately 5'9" to 6' in height, 180 lbs in weight, clean shaven, wearing an orange jacket/hoodie, blue baseball cap and dark casual pants. The vehicle that the suspect was described as getting into and driving away is a white Chevrolet Van with a ladder rack on top without any ladders and having windows on the sides. The Edmonds Police Department is asking the public for help in identifying the suspect in this case. Anyone with information is asked to contact Det. Stacie Trykar at the Edmonds Police Department Tip Line, 425-771-0212 The post Police seek suspect in attempted robbery, sexual assault of Edmonds Community College student appeared first on Lynnwood Today. Read more...
Thursday, April 17, 2014 -- 10:34 pm
Thursday's Prep Sports roundup
Lynnwood Today - Prep girls golf: Stanwood 302, Shorewood 308, Meadowdale 317 Meadowdale's Morgan Rood shot a 11-over par 48 to earn medalist honors at Jackson Park Golf Course. Teammate Annelise Blanchard finished third with a 53. Prep track: Boys – Cascade 78, Lynnwood 64 Lynnwood's Tyler McArthur won the 1,600-meter race in a time of 4:42.70 and the high jump (6-0). Teammate David Vo captured the 110 hurdles in 16.59 and the 300 hurdles in 44.42. Quinn Evans won the long jump (19-5.5), Andrew Katzenberger finished first in the discus (128-11) and Samir Rajih took the javelin (137-5). The Royals 1,600 relay team also won. Girls – Lynnwood 108, Cascade 40 Lynnwood winners included Jordyn Edwards in the 100 (13.23), 200 (26.52) and long jump (16-7) and Mikayla Pivec in the 400 (1:03.42), 1,600 (5:18.37), 3,200 (12:24.58), javelin (109-7) and high jump (4-6). Also finishing first were Alexa Schroeder in the 800 (2:38.97), Rita Sakharov in the 100 hurdles (17.88) and 300 hurdles (51.44), Abigail Martinez in the pole vault (7-6) and Melody Berezyuk in the triple jump (30-9). The Royals also swept the 400, 800 and 1,600 relays. Prep track: Boys – Meadowdale, Marysville-Getchell no teams scores reported Meadowdale's Chris Grant finished first in the 110 high hurdles (15.60) and the 300 hurdles (41.21) and Dominic Giordano won the 800 (2:09.53). Malix Braxton captured the triple jump (41-9) and Trevor White took the pole vault (11-0). Girls Meadowdale, Marysville-Getchell Meadowdale's Brooke Hoppe won the 800 (2:33.85) and Kayla Pruitt took the javelin (84-7)     The post Thursday's Prep Sports roundup appeared first on Lynnwood Today. Read more...
Thursday, April 17, 2014 -- 9:47 pm
Michael's, Aaron Brothers suffer credit card data breach
Lynnwood Today - Michael's and its subsidiary Aaron Brothers disclosed that they have experienced a data breach involving their payment (credit/debit) card systems. Both the Lynnwood Michael's and Aaron Brothers are on the list of affected stores. CEO Chuck Rubin said in a letter posted online that the affected systems contained certain payment card information, such as card number and expiration date. The dates of the breach for Michael's are between May 8, 2013 and Jan. 27, 2014. The dates for Aaron Brothers are between June 26, 2013 and Feb. 27, 2014. The company is offering identity protection and credit monitoring services and fraud assistance services for 12 months at no cost to affected Michael's and Aaron Brothers customers. For more information call 877-412-7145 (Monday through Saturday, 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. (CST)) or see   The post Michael's, Aaron Brothers suffer credit card data breach appeared first on Lynnwood Today. Read more...
Thursday, April 17, 2014 -- 9:04 pm
Pacific Little League's 50th anniversary celebration set for April 26 at Lynndale Park
Lynnwood Today - The Pacific Little League 50th Anniversary Celebration is scheduled for April 26 at the Lynndale Park Ball Fields. The celebration will be from 9 a.m.-2 p.m. on what is Little League Day. In honor of Pacific Little League's Golden Anniversary, the league would like to extend an invitation to all past Pacific Little League coaches, players and volunteers to attend the celebration. In addition to the usual Little League Day festivities, player parade and BBQ, the day with feature special 50th anniversary activities. After the player parade and ceremony at 11 a.m., there will be an open microphone near the BBQ area starting at noon for Pacific Little League alumni to share their stories and memories. More information on Pacific Little League can also be found on its website: The post Pacific Little League's 50th anniversary celebration set for April 26 at Lynndale Park appeared first on Lynnwood Today. Read more...

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