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WHS Girls Tennis: Olivia Banks begins her  swan song as a Lady Falcon

WHS Girls Tennis: Olivia Banks begins her swan song as a Lady Falcon

It seems like only yesterday that this reporter interviewed Olivia…

City, county present claims in Wellington Hills land dispute

City, county present claims in Wellington Hills land dispute

City, residents claim ‘secret deal’ broke rules — decision due…

Woodinville schoolhouse listed among state’s most endangered historic properties

Woodinville schoolhouse listed among state’s most endangered historic properties

The old Woodinville schoolhouse was named to the list of…

WHS Baseball: Falcons beat Mount Si in 13-inning thriller

WHS Baseball: Falcons beat Mount Si in 13-inning thriller

Taylor Merry came through with two crucial hits in extra…

Local CSAs provide fresh alternative to supermarkets

Local CSAs provide fresh alternative to supermarkets

Instead of driving to a supermarket to buy produce, imagine…

WHS Softball: Falcons turn the Paige on Skyline, win 9-1

WHS Softball: Falcons turn the Paige on Skyline, win 9-1

Paige Grover singled, doubled and homered to drive in five…

Longtime fire lieutenant retires

Longtime fire lieutenant retires

After over 31 years with Woodinville Fire & Rescue, Lt.…

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Woodinville News

 

WGC Plant Sale at Chateau Ste Michelle on Saturday, May 7

Every year on the day before Mother’s Day, hundreds of enthusiastic amateur gardeners have lined up with boxes and wagons in the parking lot of Chateau Ste Michelle, awaiting the opening of the Woodin...

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Support local farms – volunteer on the Sammamish Valley student farm

SAMMAMISH VALLEY– The public is invited to participate in activities on the Sustainable Agriculture Education (SAgE) Sammamish Valley Student Farm during the Valley’s Spring Celebration the end of Apr...

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Sammamish Valley Spring Celebration 2016

Friday, Saturday, Sunday, April 29, 30 & May 1 Celebrate the spring season by exploring the beautiful Sammamish Valley during the annual Spring Celebration. Visit working farms and businesses to ...

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Ste. Michelle Wine Estates acquires renowned Sonoma winery Patz & Hall

Patz & Hall, one of California’s most highly regarded producers of single-vineyard Chardonnay and Pinot Noir, has been acquired by Ste. Michelle Wine Estates.  

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Local Sports

 

WHS Track and Field: Falcons celebrate a banner day of beautiful weather and competition

Donning sunglasses and shorts, Woodinville co-head coach Nicole Luckenbach flashed a smile when asked about the weather. “Everybody’s in high spirits,” she said. “Everybody is excited and their head...

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WHS Boys Soccer: Frustrated Falcons lose to Skyline, now face do-or-die

The Woodinville Falcons’ hopes for an upset against first place Skyline were dashed last Tuesday night, as the visiting Spartans scored a pair of quick goals during the first half en route to a 3-2 wi...

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WHS Baseball: Hastings leads Falcons past Newport 8-4

Andrew Hastings was eager to be back on the mound after recent struggles. The six-foot right-hander pitched into the seventh inning for Woodinville, and Nolan McCafferty and Hunter Cook combined for f...

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WHS Boys Soccer: Falcons get off the schneid, blast Bothell 5-0

After weeks of self-doubt from a scoring drought, the goals now come fast and furious for the Woodinville Falcons.

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Police Beat

 

Police Beat - 4/25/16

LARCENY — NE 178 PLLoss prevention stopped a female suspect outside the store after she had exited the store with a loaded cart of unpaid-for Legos and assorted items. The woman threatened to use a Ta...

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Police Beat - 4/18/16

LARCENY — GARDEN WYUnknown suspect(s) smashed out the front passenger window on victim’s vehicle and damaged the glove compartment. Loss, if any, is unknown.

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Police Beat - 4/11/16

TRESPASS — VARIOUS LOCATIONSOfficers issued eight no-trespass warnings to four different subjects at various locations throughout the week at management requests. One subject was issued no-trespassing...

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Valley View News

 

Sue Johnson, longtime Duvall postal clerk, retires after 33 years

DUVALL–Sue Johnson is often the first person postal customers see when they head up to the desk to buy stamps or mail a package.

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Community art center ready for Phase II

DFA prepares to break ground on outdoor space Duvall Foundation for the Arts (DFA) continues working on developing a new community art center near the location of the historic Thayer Barn. Creating a...

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Several housing developments in the works for Duvall

Now that housing is in tight supply again, local builders are moving ahead quickly with plans to develop some of their long-dormant properties.

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The 56th annual DUVALL DAYS FESTIVAL June 4 & 5, 2016

Are you tired of screen time taking over family time? Are you looking for a fun, interactive, old-fashioned family festival? The Duvall Days Festival is coming on June 4th and there is something fun f...

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Valley View Sports

 

Riverview students medal in mountain bike league’s first competition of the season

The first race of the Washington Student Cycling League 2016 season began with the 2016 Test of Pedal at Swan Creek in

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RunDuvall director retiring; new run to benefit education foundation

After 10 years, and more than $100,000 raised for health grants for schools, RunDuvall, in its current form, is coming to an end. Race director Paige Denison has simply become too busy.

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Cedarcrest cross country squad does well at State

Last Saturday, the Cedarcrest cross country squad wrapped up the 2015 season at the State Championship meet. The state meet is cool as it involves all of the classifications at one site.

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Cedarcrest Marching Band a winner at Auburn Veterans Day competition

The results are in from the 29th annual Veterans Day Marching Band Competition last Saturday in Auburn. The Cedarcrest Marching Band competed in the AAA division (76-95 students. The band won first p...

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