Menu
Simon dominates as AA Legion tops Lake Stevens

Simon dominates as AA Legion tops Lake Stevens

On this idyllic summer evening at Woodinville High School, the…

NSD paraeducators ask for more pay, more hours

NSD paraeducators ask for more pay, more hours

Support professionals in the Northshore School District, such as paraeducators,…

Kenmore mayor shares memories  of U.S. Open

Kenmore mayor shares memories of U.S. Open

The thrill of victory and anguish of defeat were both…

Woodinville Garden Club Tour of Gardens visits a French countryside estate

Woodinville Garden Club Tour of Gardens visits a French countryside estate

The 16th annual Tour of Gardens, presented by the Woodinville…

Chrysalis high school teacher retires after 50 years of teaching

Chrysalis high school teacher retires after 50 years of teaching

Teacher J.C. Kilmer officially retired from Chrysalis School in Woodinville…

Frontpage Slideshow | Copyright © 2006-2014 JoomlaWorks Ltd.

Woodinville News

 

Plan your summer

The kids are out of school. The days are officially hot. Summer is here, and with it comes an explosion of celebrations and events. Of course, there are the Northshore summer traditions: Celebrate Woo...

Read more

 

Community party celebrates Woodinville-Duvall Road construction being almost done

After more than a year of traffic snarls, residents who live near Woodinville-Duvall Road gathered last week at Cottage Lake Park for a lighthearted celebration of the almost-completion of the road wi...

Read more

 

Former WHS student charged with extortion for trying to get nude photos from current students

A former Woodinville High School student, Christopher Darnell Wright, has been charged with extortion for using threats to try to get naked pictures of three current WHS students, according to chargin...

Read more

 

Council rejects larger grocery stores in parts of downtown Woodinville

Getting a grocery store like Trader Joe’s in the new Woodin Creek Village development is unlikely to happen after the City Council last week voted 2-4 against increasing the size of specialty food sto...

Read more

Local Sports

 

Disabled kids and adults empowered by Outdoors for All

When 12-year-old Jacob Wald came to Outdoors for All with his mom Cheryl, they were looking for ways for him to recreate in the great outdoors. The handsome youngster had been diagnosed with transve...

Read more
Two Northshore School District ninth graders named soccer State Champions

 

Two Northshore School District ninth graders named soccer State Champions

Torrey Lind (white) in the Washington State Championship U15 final game. (Courtesy photo)  Regan Schenck (white) in the Washington State Championship U-15 final game. (Courtesy photo) Torrey Lin...

Read more

 

College commitments by lacrosse players going up

No longer an East Coast-only sport, high school lacrosse players from the Northwest are finding success at the collegiate level. With nearly 100 players from Washington playing or committed to play at...

Read more

 

The brilliant career of Becky Peoples

When Becky Peoples arrived in Bothell as a sophomore, her heart often sank. More than other types of track and field athletes, pole vaulters are dependent on good weather. And suddenly this girl from ...

Read more

Police Beat

 

Police Beat - June 22, 2015

LARCENY — NE N WOODINVILLE WAYKnown suspect was seen reaching into the open window of the victim’s unoccupied vehicle and taking a cell phone. LARCENY — 135 PL NEUnknown suspect(s) entered victim’s v...

Read more

 

Police Beat - June 15, 2015

DRIVING WHILE LICENSE REVOKED/SUSPENDED — VARIOUS LOCATIONSOfficers arrested two separate subjects during the week for operating motor vehicles with suspended/revoked driver’s licenses. Both subjects ...

Read more

 

Police Beat - June 8, 2015

THEFT, AUTO — NE 200 ST / 135 AV NEOfficers observed a vehicle leave the roadway and hit a curb where it continued to drive on top of the curb. Officers activated the overhead lights but the suspect v...

Read more

Valley View News

 

Restored ‘trolls’ return to bridge

DUVALL–The colorful “trolls,” longtime fixtures on the Woodinville-Duvall Bridge, have been restored to their original glory. Last week, after a month-long absence, they were returned to their former ...

Read more

 

Allyson Smith and team earn Rise and Shine award

Every year, the Snoqualmie Valley Community Network hosts a “Rise and Shine Breakfast” to recognize individuals who help create a “caring, resilient Snoqualmie Valley community.” Nominations for dese...

Read more

 

W-D Road to close for two weeks in June for flood damage repair

Other projects will close roads in July and August At least three construction projects scheduled for this summer will impact traffic in the Duvall area. By far the most significant of the three wil...

Read more

 

TJ Dance presents ‘Let It Go … to Broadway’

DUVALL–TJ Dance presents its annual all- ages recital “Let it Go … to Broadway” on Saturday, June 20. Classical ballet, hip hop, tap, jazz, lyrical, and belly dance – you’ll find it all in these high-...

Read more

Valley View Sports

 

Local teen qualifies for scooter world finals in Spain

Carnation teen Bayley Maxcy, a professional scooter rider, recently qualified for the ISA World Final Competition in Spain on June 13-14. Only 15 Americans qualify for this competition (he is the on...

Read more

 

Cedarcrest cross country results

Last Thursday the CXC squad hosted its only home XC meet of the season at Blue Heron Golf Course in Carnation. First off, a big thanks to Blue Heron for allowing us to use their course as our home cou...

Read more

 

Cascade FC B96 wins 2014 Crossfire Redapt Cup

The Cascade FC B-96 boys Premier soccer team recently won the U-19 Championship at the 2014 Crossfire Premier Redapt Cup, which was held at the 60 Acres complex in Redmond. This tournament, hosted by...

Read more

 

Redmond Lacrosse Fall Ball

It is time to register for Redmond Lacrosse Fall Ball! This is the league for Carnation and Duvall residents. Registration is now open for the 5/6 and 7/8 teams.  The cost is $100...

Read more