News HeadlinesEdmonds High News

Edmonds High School News Submitted by Alumni

hi school stuff

February 13, 2018 by Jim Passi (Register to contact)

To protect privacy, contact info has been removed from this post. Register to see the original with contact info.

I have all the stuff from hi school if any one wants to look at them wireless news paper I have about 6 of them. trgerectory I think it was called with everybodys name address phone number. wallet with little cards we were so-pose to trade / if any one wants to look at anything email me *****@gmail.com

Edmonds High School News From Around The Web

Edmonds City Council passes $3.7 million bond for Civic Park - Edmonds Beacon  Edmonds Beacon

Almost four years after the City of Edmonds acquired Civic Center Playfield from the Edmonds School District – after leasing the property for 40 years – the park's ...



Edmonds High 1959 60th reunion in September - Edmonds, WA  Edmonds Beacon

The Edmonds High School class of 1959 has its 60th reunion 1-4 p.m. Sept. 19 in the Edmonds Library Plaza Room, 650 Main St., Edmonds. Organizers say it ...



Cheryl Schaeffer-Van Citters: 1959-2019 - Edmonds, WA  Edmonds Beacon

Cheryl Schaeffer-Van Citters, 60, passed away Sunday, May 12, 2019. Cheryl was born in Seattle, WA, the second child of Ed and Lois Schaeffer, and lived in ...



37 superstars inducted into Edmonds-Woodway Athletic Hall of Fame  My Edmonds News

It was a gala evening at Edmonds-Woodway High School as more than 200 teachers, coaches, past and present athletes, family and friends gathered to honor ...



EWHS senior Presley Denkinger wins Washington student cycling league championship  My Edmonds News

Edmonds-Woodway High School senior Presley Denkinger, on the Edmonds High School Composite Team, finished her high school mountain bike racing ...



Looking Back: 50 years ago - 1968 Edmonds Senior High School graduation, and a special classmate  My Edmonds News

At 8:00 o'clock Thursday evening, June 6, 1968, on stage at the Everett Civic Auditorium, over 400 seniors from Edmonds High School received their diplomas ...



State study identifies local buildings at risk of collapse in earthquake  My Edmonds News

Earlier this year the State of Washington Department of Commerce completed an inventory of earthquake-vulnerable buildings in Washington. The bottom line: ...



Documents provide more details on suspect in cold case murder  My Edmonds News

Court documents from the Snohomish County Prosecutor's Office provided more details regarding the police work that led to the arrest Wednesday of ...



Karen Kay Phillips: 1953-2018 - Edmonds, WA  Edmonds Beacon

Karen Kay Phillips passed away Dec. 10, 2018, in Edmonds, Washington, after experiencing recent years of declining health. She was born Dec. 21, 1953, in ...



Elite athletes, teams inducted into Edmonds-Woodway Hall of Fame - By David Pan  Edmonds Beacon

The fourth annual Edmonds-Woodway High School Athletic Hall of Fame induction ceremony was an evening of firsts. Benjamin Somoza from the Class of 1998 ...



All Over The Map: Rededicating Neil Armstrong Plaza in Edmonds  MyNorthwest.com

A small Washington town created Neil Armstrong Plaza in the '70s to honor the astronaut. Many forgot about it, but not everyone. Now it will be rededicated.



From Tigers to Warriors, EWHS honors its latest Athletic Hall of Fame inductees  My Edmonds News

Karl Swenson photographed the latest group of athletes inducted during the third annual Edmonds-Woodway Athletic Hall of Fame ceremony Oct. 5 at the ...



Edmonds commemorates Apollo 11 moon landing - now and then  My Edmonds News

In recognition of the 50th anniversary of Apollo 11 and Neil Armstrong's pioneering Moon walk, there will be a ceremony at 9 a.m. July 20 at an Edmonds ...



Killer photos: Edmonds High graduate listened – and snapped pictures – as Ted Bundy spoke - By Brian Soergel  Edmonds Beacon

To get to Pulitzer Prize-winning photographer Jerry Gay, you take a short drive to Everett and find a duplex with peeling paint a few blocks from the freeway.



MIA for 75 years, but not forgotten - By Betty Lou Gaeng  Edmonds Beacon

An Edmonds native and grandson of city pioneers will be honored when the City of Edmonds has its annual Memorial Day celebration Monday at the Edmonds ...



Snohomish County grants $450000 to Civic Field redevelopment in Edmonds - By Brian Soergel  Edmonds Beacon

The Snohomish County Council has agreed to allocate $450,000 over three years to the redevelopment of Edmonds' Civic Field, which City leaders see as a ...



Photo gallery and video: Edmonds-Woodway HS Athletic Hall of Fame ceremony  My Edmonds News

Karl Swenson was there to photograph the latest group of athletes inducted during the second annual Edmonds-Woodway Athletic Hall of Fame ceremony Oct.



Snohomish County Sports Hall of Fame Class of 2019 announced - Edmonds Beacon  Edmonds Beacon

The Snohomish County Sports Hall of Fame's Class of 2019 includes a race car driver, a skier, a rower, a track and field Olympian, a basketball and softball ...



Missing: 15-year-old Teen Last Seen Near Edmonds High School  Patch.com

EDMONDS, WA - Mountlake Terrace police are asking for the public's help to locate 15-year-old Jordan Adams, who was last seen Jan. 3 near ...



Tigers forever: Edmonds High class of '53 looks back after 65 years - By Brian E Soergel  Edmonds Beacon

You think Edmonds has changed a bunch in the last five years? Ten years? Talk to a cohort of 80-somethings who graduated from Edmonds High School 65 ...



Looking Back: Mountlake Terrace and the Ballinger story  My Edmonds News

Even though Judge Richard Achilles Ballinger died 32 years before there was a city known as Mountlake Terrace, he can be remembered as the first to see the ...



End of an era at Edmonds-Woodway as long-time Vice Principal Geoff Bennett retires  My Edmonds News

When Edmonds-Woodway High School graduates its 2018 class on June 16, it will also mark a milestone for Vice Principal Geoff Bennett. The 65-year-old ...



Next on the schedule for Edmonds stadium: demolition  The Daily Herald

EDMONDS — Greg Bergere, a 1958 graduate of Edmonds High School, was a member of the school's track team competing in the 440-yard dash and the ...



Edmonds-Woodway High School honors Athletic Hall of Fame inductees - By David Pan  Edmonds Beacon

Nine athletes, two coaches and seven teams were inducted into the Edmonds-Woodway High School Athletic Hall of Fame during an Oct. 20 ceremony in the ...



UW Bothell's oldest grad, 68: 'I loved every minute of it'  The Daily Herald

A half century after high school, Linda Ellis survived statistics and earned the respect of classmates.



Edmonds-Woodway High School Athletic Hall of Fame welcomes Class of 2017 - By David Pan  Edmonds Beacon

Twelve individuals and three teams were among the 2017 inductees into the Edmonds-Woodway Athletic Hall of Fame. The inductees were honored during a ...



Overcoming obstacles: Edmonds resident Adam Cornell rises to the top as county prosecutor - By Brian Soergel  Edmonds Beacon

The American Dream was created with Edmonds' Adam Cornell in mind. Overcoming a rough beginning – put up for adoption at age 8, shuttled around ...



Edmonds, Woodway greats inducted into Athletic Hall of Fame  My Edmonds News

More than 250 people came to savor the rich tradition of athletics of Edmonds and Woodway high schools, and its successor, Edmonds-Woodway High School, ...



Still a wonder, 1969 moon mission left more than footprints  The Daily Herald

For a brief moment all people were truly one,” says an Edmonds statue commemorating Neil Armstrong.



Snohomish County Sports Hall of Fame announces 2019 class  The Daily Herald

Marysville Pilchuck alum Jarred Rome headlines the 2019 group that will be inducted in September.



Stage is a passion for local actor fighting real-life foe  The Daily Herald

Theaters in Edmonds and Everett give their applause to Justin Tinsley, who's hoping to beat cancer.



Theater was his life; he'll be in a play once more on screen  The Daily Herald

There's grief but also gratitude as the stories of three people profiled in 2018 columns are updated.



Finding a home at Edmonds' Holmes Corner - By Brian Soergel  Edmonds Beacon

You may have driven through the intersection of 76th and 212th for years – which is undergoing major renovation beginning April 10 – and not know a thing ...



Athletes, coaches to be inducted into Edmonds-Woodway Hall of Fame Oct. 20  My Edmonds News

There's still time to RSVP for the second annual Edmonds-Woodway Athletic Hall of Fame ceremony, set for Thursday, Oct. 20 at the EWHS Great Hall, 7600 ...



School board to consider naming stadium after late Edmonds Coach Rich Rowe  My Edmonds News

Naming a high school football stadium after someone is an honor that is not taken lightly, but the Edmonds School Board plans to discuss changing the name of ...



Group wants to rename Edmonds Stadium to honor legendary coach - By Brian Soergel  Edmonds Beacon

Bruce Evans might be biased. Just a little. But he calls the late Rich Rowe the single most important coach in the history of Edmonds School District 15. That's a ...



Meadowdale's Johnson, Lynnwood's Douglas top recipients at 2018 ESD Scholar-Athlete Banquet  MLT News

Meadowdale High School's Matthew Johnson and Lynnwood's Abby Douglas were chosen as the top scholarship recipients during the 17th annual ...



Looking Back: Remembering boys, baseball and Old Woodenface  My Edmonds News

In the small town of Edmonds in the 1940s and 1950s, they were the Boys of Summer. They may not have had fancy uniforms when they played sandlot baseball ...



Bernie Dean Yoachum | Obituaries  Standard-Examiner

March 26, 1938 ~ April 17, 2019. Bernie Dean Yoachum, age 81, passed away peacefully on April 17, 2019, at his home in South Ogden Utah, surrounded by ...



Edmonds' Civic Field park project gets million-dollar boost  The Daily Herald

EDMONDS — Plans to convert Civic Field into an eight-acre city park have been given a boost from the Hazel Miller Foundation, which has pledged a total of ...



What's going on at 519 Main, and why is Darth Vader in the window?  My Edmonds News

No, the Empire is not setting up an outpost in Edmonds, and Imperial Storm Troopers are not building a Death Star behind those paper-covered windows at 519 ...



Lynnwood High's Grace Douglas named top Scholar-Athlete, 16 others honored at 2014 Edmonds School District banquet  My Edmonds News

Lynnwood High School volleyball, girls basketball and track and field star Grace Douglas received the top honor Tuesday night as the Edmonds School District ...



Edmonds-area native's living trust has given away millions  The Daily Herald

Elizabeth Ruth “Bette” Wallace grew up in Alderwood Manor, one of eight Stadler children. A 1942 Edmonds High School graduate, she worked for the U.S. ...



Family contributes 208 years of service to Boeing  The Daily Herald

Deane Cruze retired in 1995. He started a scholarship for kids whose parents work for the company.



Seventeen years after 9-11, fallen remembered in Edmonds ceremony  My Edmonds News

Seventeen years after terrorist attacks leveled the World Trade Center towers in New York City, many came together in downtown Edmonds Tuesday morning, ...



New Madrona K-8 scheduled to open fall 2018 - By Brian Soergel  Edmonds Beacon

This year's fifth-graders at Madrona K-8 will be the first class at a brand-new school, scheduled to be completed in time for fall 2018. For the next two school ...



Edmonds Arts Festival celebrates 61 years - By Brian Soergel  Edmonds Beacon

The 61st edition of the Edmonds Arts Festival, Friday through Sunday, June 16-18, will bring thousands to town. It's a regional event, sure, but attracts visitors ...



Looking Back: A splendid little war?  My Edmonds News

Being a member of the board of the Edmonds Memorial Cemetery has been a learning experience for me. I have found that no matter our age, we can always ...



A new look for Sixth and Main - By Brian Soergel  Edmonds Beacon

When the Edmonds Beacon posted a story on Facebook last week announcing the closure of a beloved Edmonds business – Next-to-Nature pet store at Sixth ...



Looking Back: Gertie Perrin's Perrinville  My Edmonds News

When Carl Perrin returned to their comfortable home in downtown Edmonds and told his wife Gertie they had just become owners of a few acres of land a few ...



Following planning board retirement, Stewart says she'll continue to be voice for environment  My Edmonds News

When Valerie Stewart was growing up in New York and New Jersey, nature was her playground. She made a special pond for the 14 frogs she caught, although ...



Local couple cruises for over 60 years - By Laura Daniali  Edmonds Beacon

When Bruce Nickolson taught his high school sweetheart Elaine to drive in the early 1950s, 196th Street was a two-lane road with no sidewalks, and Sunset ...



5 Favorite Things: Stephanie Castillo, Ellensburg hair stylist and interior designer  Yakima Herald-Republic

Stephanie Castillo, 46, was born in Edmonds. Her formative years were spent there and throughout the Seattle area. While attending Edmonds High School, she ...



Which track and field competitors to watch now in postseason  Lynden Tribune

Bellingham's Annika Reiss and Meridian's Harlon Stuit are tops in the state.



Edmonds veterans memorial monument has a new beginning - By Betty Lou Gaeng  Edmonds Beacon

The south Snohomish county veterans memorial monument has found a new home, just in time to celebrate its 70th anniversary on Memorial Day. No longer at ...



Senior-led Edmonds-Woodway baseball team seeks to make history  The Daily Herald

EDMONDS — It's been a long time in coming. Friday marks the first time the Edmonds-Woodway baseball team has played in the state semifinals since the ...



Class Reunions (Aug. 5, 2018 edition)  The Daily Herald

Cascade, 1964: Annual potluck is 3 p.m. Aug. 18 at 1412 128th St. SW, Everett. More info: Neena, 425-252-7229. Cascade, 1968: The 50th reunion is 6 p.m. ...



Edmonds Elementary Becomes Frances Anderson Center  Patch.com

Edmonds, WA - The Edmonds Elementary School, which opened in 1928 to more than 200 students, became the Frances Anderson Cultural and Leisure Center ...



Former Little League World Series players to compete for high school title at Safeco Field  My Edmonds News

For most high school baseball players, competing in a Major League stadium is a dream come true. But when Edmonds-Woodway High School's varsity team ...



Remembering Kari - By Brian Soergel - Edmonds, WA  Edmonds Beacon

Kari Osterhaug grew up in Edmonds, graduating from old Edmonds High School in 1989. She earned a bachelor's degree in zoology from the University of ...



Old Edmonds holly plantation gives way to new homes, enhanced habitat  My Edmonds News

The trees were planted in stately rows almost a century ago and have not been worked since before 1950. (Photo by Larry Vogel). A little-known piece of ...



Prep wrestling: Three Warriors win titles at Edmonds Invitational tourney  My Edmonds News

Edmonds-Woodway put four wrestlers in the finals and came away with three champions at the Edmonds Invitational Wrestling Tournament held Saturday at ...



Edmonds garden of Marni Muir and Phill Butler is part of this year's tour | HeraldNet.com  HeraldNet

EDMONDS — One of the highlights of this year's Edmonds in Bloom Garden Tour is a lovely spot with a place in the city's history.



'Luminous Forest' installation now complete along 4th Avenue arts corridor  My Edmonds News

The installation of “Luminous Forest”, the interim art project by Seattle artist Iole Alessandrini was completed on Monday, June 13. City of Edmonds Arts and ...



Looking back: Remembering Larry Strickland and 9-11  MLT News

Right now I have a very guilty conscience—I should have written this sooner. This morning Dale Hoggins, a good friend of mine from Edmonds, called to let.



A look back in Edmonds: Larry Strickland and terror at the Pentagon  My Edmonds News

The ending of WWI in 1918 held out the hope that it would be the war that would end all wars and lead to peace. On that note, in 1919 Armistice Day was ...



Dick's Drive-In coming to Edmonds  HeraldNet

EDMONDS — Retro-style burger joint Dick's Drive-In on Friday announced its first new location in more than 30 years — and it was an Edmonds kind of day.



1973 Cascade football team saw perfect season end in controversy  HeraldNet

Pictures are supposed to be worth a thousand words. But the faded photograph of the 1973 Cascade High School football team on display in the trophy case in ...



Obituary: Jack Burke | Obituaries | magicvalley.com  Twin Falls Times-News

August 4, 1940—May 5, 2019. Jack Burke, Magic Valley resident, passed away peacefully on May 5th, from complications related to cancer. Born John Pat ...



Five Firefighters Promoted to Captain  Patch.com

Edmonds, WA - The new captains are with the Snohomish County Fire District 1. One graduated from Edmonds High School, and another recently worked in ...



Federal Way Thunder makes a friend from the Seattle Seahawks  Federal Way Mirror

Federal Way's unified flag football team attends holiday party hosted by Dion Jordan.



High school coach allegedly called students ‘hot’, asked if they were virgins  Q13 FOX

MOUNTLAKE TERRACE -- A Mountlake Terrace High School basketball coach was in hot water for allegedly telling female students they had nice bodies and ...



South county firefighter Brad Reading retires after 41 years  The Daily Herald

Reading led local fire departments through emergencies, conflicts and mergers.



Ride a ferry, look at art, play on the beach: Edmonds has it all  The Daily Herald

EDMONDS — It's a tourism promotion slogan that has been around for about 35 years. But there truly is something to the phrase, “It's an Edmonds Kind of Day.”



Jim Shields was devoted to Everett parks, Camano community  The Daily Herald

Killed in a crash near Darrington, he left legacy of *service*. “Nobody was a stranger,” said his wife.



Civic Field redesign may doom A Taste of Edmonds - Edmonds Beacon  Edmonds Beacon

When the city of Edmonds purchased Civic Field for $1.9 million from the Edmonds School District last year, it may have spelled the end for the venerable A ...



Photographer who spent hours with Ted Bundy awaits TV show  The Daily Herald

I was just photographing a person named Ted,” says the Pulitzer Prize-winner, who lives in Everett.



Edmonds native and Iditarod musher Jan Steves loses home and lead sled dog in recent Alaska wildfires  My Edmonds News

(Photo by Scott Chesney) Updated at 8 p.m. Thursday with additional details from Jan Steves. It's a bad fire season in southwest Alaska, where each day the ...



Last-Minute Plans: 84 Free, Cheap & Easy Things To Do in Seattle This Weekend: June 28-30, 2019  TheStranger.com

No advance planning required for these cheap events.



Gaelic Storm bringing Celtic spirit to Edmonds Friday  My Edmonds News

From our friends at Shoreline Area News: There's a storm headed towards Edmonds – Gaelic Storm, that is. Find out for yourself “What's the Rumpus?” as Gaelic ...



Looking back: A new beginning for a historic veterans memorial monument  MLT News

Looking Forward to a new and final home. Just in time to celebrate its 70th anniversary, the South Snohomish County veterans memorial monument has found a.



David Martin: Edmonds' Mr. Early Northwest Art - By Brian Soergel  Edmonds Beacon

When museum owner and Cascadia Art Museum curator David Martin dove into the artwork of brilliantly talented but forgotten early 20th century Northwest ...



Mukilteo climber remembered for drive to share outdoors  HeraldNet

MUKILTEO — He loved life, and he loved the mountains. More than anything, Franklin Willard Bradshaw II wanted to share that love with others. Bradshaw, 52 ...



New owners of Salish Crossing plan to enhance, not replace, Antique Mall structure  My Edmonds News

The new owners of Salish Crossing, the former Safeway store near the Edmonds waterfront that now houses the Waterfront Antique Mall, have strong community ...



Day Trip Discoveries: Point Defiance Zoo & Aquarium, Fort Nisqually feature special summer exhibits for kids  My Edmonds News

This summer take your kids or grandkids to Point Defiance Park in Tacoma, where both the Point Defiance Zoo & Aquarium and Fort Nisqually Living History ...



Northwest artists share their travels in Cascadia exhibits  The Daily Herald

The “Modern Alaska” and “Travelogue” exhibitions at Cascadia Art Museum have never-before-seen art.



Her swirly brain: Schack's whimsical, wild Artist of the Year  The Daily Herald

Gale Johansen relishes being called an old hippie. The pretty, petite, gray-haired artist has been a free spirit throughout her life.



Youth suicides in county more than doubled in a year  HeraldNet

EVERETT — It stunned school, public health and community leaders: Youth suicide rates in Snohomish County more than doubled in one year. A dozen youths ...



Who was the abandoned man with no memory?  BBC News

Police and social services were baffled when an elderly man with an American accent was found lost on the streets of the streets of Hereford. Who was he?



Brits spent months trying to identify a lost Alzheimer's patient. The answer broke their hearts.  The Washington Post

The elderly man at the bus station was in good health, with a *fresh* haircut, clean nails and new clothes from a British department store — but he had no idea ...



Dennis Dunlap Chester  Santa Ynez Valley News

Dennis Dunlap Chester. Dennis Dunlap Chester, born September 25th, 1947 in Santa Maria California will return to his roots on Friday, July 12, 2013. Dennis ...



MARY ELLEN WILSON  Covington-Maple Valley Reporter

Mary Ellen Wilson was born in Glendale, CA March 27, 1939 and lost her battle with vascular dementia on June 11, 2017. She fought a brief battle while she ...



Pulitzer Prize winner Jerry Gay returns to Edmonds roots for book signing  My Edmonds News

It's not too often that you have a chance to meet a Pulitzer Prize-winning photographer, let alone one with Edmonds roots, so My Edmonds News took the ...



Spirited and strange: A look back at The Herald's features of 2017  The Daily Herald

From a spirited Greek cobbler and an eclectic Everett hair salon to the The OMGThatHouse and a so-called crab whisperer, 2017 was a year of showcasing bold ...



Whittier Man Accused Of Dumping Elderly Father With Dementia In UK  CBS Local

WHITTIER (CBSLA.com) — A fire destroyed a house on Janine Drive in Whittier in November 2014. The home is still red-tagged and boarded up. But it served ...



San Juan Aviation Museum honors Bob Jamieson  Journal of the San Juan Islands

A reception will be held at the Roy Franklin Terminal at Friday Harbor Airport at 2 p.m., Sunday, April 23rd at to honor the featured pilot for 2017, Bob Jamieson.



High jumper headed for county sports Hall of Fame  HeraldNet

Becoming a top high jumper takes great technique and lots of practice, but it also helps to be able to soar.



High-school volleyball coach makes miraculous return after her heart stopped during match  The Seattle Times

Marni Drechsel of Cedar Park Christian in Bothell beat 1-in-10 odds of surviving after cardiac arrest in a Sept. 24 match. Less than three weeks later, she was ...



Taj Mahal to Take the Stage at ECA with Shemekia Copeland 4/24  Broadway World

Edmonds Center for the Arts will welcome Grammy Award-winning singer Taj Mahal with singer Shamekia Copeland on Wednesday, April 24, 2013 only at ...



Brit businessman faces trial for ‘dumping American dementia OAP in middle of Hereford with no ID’  The Sun

A BRITISH businessman will stand trial accused of "granny dumping" an American dementia patient who was flown to the UK and abandoned in a car park.



News headlines by Google News for Edmonds High School Edmonds WA

We have listed the latest news headlines that include Edmonds . This site has been created to offer a place for EHS alumni to reconnect and share memories.

In addition to these news headlines, you may also want to join the Edmonds High alumni directory and check out the yearbook listings.