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Passion for the post office: two employees on why they love what they do

Passion for the post office: two employees on why they love what they do

Adeoye Ladipo loves his job with a rare and vivid…

Speed bumps set for troublesome intersection

Speed bumps set for troublesome intersection

Residents have complained about traffic problems since early last year,…

Falcons take care of business, punch ticket to Tacoma

Falcons take care of business, punch ticket to Tacoma

Woodinville dug deep last Saturday, pulling away late to beat…

Two Woodinville officers win county awards

Two Woodinville officers win county awards

The King County Sheriff’s department has honored two Woodinville police…

United Club now offering spring program for kids 12-18

United Club now offering spring program for kids 12-18

46-year-old Sean Large is president of the United Club, which…

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Speed bumps set for troublesome intersection

 

Speed bumps set for troublesome intersection

Residents have complained about traffic problems since early last year, when a gate that stopped traffic was removed from the intersection of NE 195th Street and 164th Ave. NE, in the East Wellington ...

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1st degree murder

EVERETT– A 31-year-old male was arrested last week at the 1500 block of 74th Ave SE and booked into the Snohomish County jail for 1st degree murder. The Everett man is suspected of killing a 78-year-o...

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120th Ave NE in the Totem Lake area to close starting February 27

On February 27, 120th Avenue NE in Kirkland will close for five to eight months for construction associated with the Village at Totem Lake project. The closure allows for the installation of new water...

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Council passes ordinance to keep Kirkland a safe, inclusive and welcoming city for everyone

KIRKLAND – In a unanimous vote at their February 21 meeting the Kirkland City Council passed an ordinance (O-4558) which puts into law long-standing city policy to provide everyone in Kirkland – resid...

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Local Sports

 

Falcons take care of business, punch ticket to Tacoma

Woodinville dug deep last Saturday, pulling away late to beat Chiawana 49-44. The State regional round win sent the Lady Falcons to the Tacoma Dome this Wednesday to play Bellarmine Prep. “We pulled i...

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Coomar follows brother’s footsteps to Tacoma Dome

Alena Coomar was all smiles last Saturday. Her Falcon basketball team had just beat Chiawana to advance to the Tacoma Dome. Nobody on the current Woodinville roster has ever been to State. These playe...

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United Club now offering spring program for kids 12-18

46-year-old Sean Large is president of the United Club, which is a local non-profit soccer club. It operates within the Northshore Youth Soccer Association (NYSA), serving 1,200 kids between the ages ...

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Lady Falcons Dethrone Bothell to Claim KingCo Title

Last Thursday night, Northshore residents may have sensed something in the air. The tectonic plates of the KingCo Conference underwent a major shift. The Woodinville Falcons came of age and knocked of...

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Police Beat

 

Police Beat - February 27, 2017

WARRANT ARREST – 145TH COURT NEMale arrested on an outstanding warrant after neighbors called in a suspicious vehicle in neighborhood. LARCENY, TAKEN FROM AUTO – 144TH AVE NEUnknown suspect(s) br...

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Police Beat - February 20, 2017

TRESPASS – WOOD-SNOHOMISH ROADA male suspect issued trespass warning after being found wandering in building. LARCENY – 144TH AVE NEUnknown suspect(s) drained oil from a vehicle in business complex.

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Police Beat - February 13, 2017

THEFT, AUTO – 140TH AVE NEVehicle stolen from church parking lot, keys had been left in a hallway. BURGLARY, COMM., –WOODINVILLE SNOHOMISH ROAD Unknown suspect(s) entered an unlocked rear semitra...

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Valley View News

 

Crocheting for a cause: The Duvall Bag Ladies turn used grocery bags into sleeping mats

Sandy Subert first became inspired to help the homeless in her community after watching a video on Facebook. The video, produced by David Wolfe, shows several grandmothers refashioning plastic grocery...

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Random Acts of Kindness Week will be March 6-12

From March 6-12, Duvall will be celebrating its 11th local Random Acts of Kindness Week. The community of Duvall Random Acts of Kindness organization and the Cedarcrest Random Acts of Kindness Club s...

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Longest serving Duvall police officer retires

 

Longest serving Duvall police officer retires

From left, Sgt. Kevin Hawley, Sgt. Michael DeBock and Duvall Mayor Will Ibershof. The town of Duvall wished Sgt. Hawley, who is retiring after 28 years on the job, a fond farewell at a retirement pa...

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Preparing the veggies

 

Preparing the veggies

Dan Cautrell works on one of many vegetable prints he and his helpers made at a workshop recently at the Northwest Art Center. (Photo by Lisa Allen)In preparation for the March of the Vegetables Parad...

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Valley View Sports

 

Cedarcrest cross country runners do well at State

Saturday, the CXC squad competed at the WIAA State Championship meet. The meet was held at Sun Willows Golf Course in Pasco where it has been held for 20+ years. Besides the fact that it is the state ...

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Cedarcrest Cross Country results Oct. 29

Today [Saturday, October 29] the CXC squad competed at the Northwest District 1 Championships held at South Whidbey H.S.  It is always easy and fun to write meet reports when the races went well ...

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Cedarcrest Cross Country results Oct. 24

After a slight delay (okay four days isn’t really a slight delay), the Cascade Conference Cross Country Championships took place at the Blue Heron Golf Course in Carnation.

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Cedarcrest cross country Oct. 6 results

Thursday, Oct. 6, the CXC squad competed at a Cascade Conference meet at South Whidbey H.S.   This course is the same course that we will run in 3 weeks for the District Championship meet. So, i...

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