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NABC hires Luke Woodward, ready to serve King County Agriculture

NABC hires Luke Woodward, ready to serve King County Agriculture

The Northwest Agriculture Business Center welcomes Luke Woodward to its…

Duvall teen in the running for Miss Washington Teen

Duvall teen in the running for Miss Washington Teen

If all you know about beauty pageants is what you…

Rotary Foundation presents check for Art and Event Center

Rotary Foundation presents check for Art and Event Center

Jerry Sprute, president, Rotary Club of Duvall, and Beverly Jacobson,…

WHS Athletics: Four student-athletes sign their letters of intent

WHS Athletics: Four student-athletes sign their letters of intent

Last Wednesday at 7 a.m., with parents and school administrators…

New Water District Commissioner takes office

New Water District Commissioner takes office

Woodinville’s newest commissioner at the Woodinville Water District is taking…

The Woodinville Insider: Brian Carter Cellars: The Beauty of the Blend

The Woodinville Insider: Brian Carter Cellars: The Beauty of the Blend

For over 35 years, Brian Carter has been mixing it…

WHS Boys Basketball: Falcons rout Eastlake as Tony Miller era draws to a close

WHS Boys Basketball: Falcons rout Eastlake as Tony Miller era draws to a close

There they were, laughing and high-fiving and having fun. There…

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Woodinville News

 

City Council votes to end police video camera program

Woodinville police to stop using surveillance cameras The Woodinville City Council voted unanimously to approve Police Chief Katie Larson’s suggestion to discontinue the use of video cameras at three...

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New Water District Commissioner takes office

Woodinville’s newest commissioner at the Woodinville Water District is taking decades of experience from a career as a water resources planning engineer, and applying that experience to her own commun...

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Unregistered Woodinville contractor must repay elderly victim more than $31,000

An unregistered contractor who convinced an 87-year-old Shoreline woman to hire him nine times in one month must repay the victim more than $31,000.

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Woodinville biotech firm steps up fight against Zika and dengue fever

SpringStar, Inc, a Woodinville biotech company, has stepped up their efforts to fight against mosquitoes that transmit Zika. The company’s Mosquito Trap-N-Kill, the only EPA-registered trap of its typ...

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Local Sports

 

WHS Girls Basketball: Eastlake buzzer beater devastates Falcons

As precious final seconds ticked off the clock, Eastlake’s Stacie Keck buried a 17-foot jumper that lifted her Lady Wolves to a 51-49 win over Woodinville last Tuesday at Woodinville High School. &nbs...

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WHS Boys Basketball: Falcons rout Eastlake as Tony Miller era draws to a close

There they were, laughing and high-fiving and having fun. There was pure joy on the face of every Falcon player as the run-n-gun Woodinville offense overwhelmed Eastlake 79-46. Looking around the spar...

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WHS Athletics: Four student-athletes sign their letters of intent

Last Wednesday at 7 a.m., with parents and school administrators looking on, four students from Woodinville High School signed their letters of intent to become student-athletes at the collegiate leve...

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Bothell students sign letters of intent

Congratulations to these Bothell High School seniors who signed letters of intent to play soccer at the collegiate level next year: Sara Christensen, Saint Martin’s University; Miah Godek, Mt. Royal C...

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Police Beat

 

Police Beat - 2/8/16

IDENTITY THEFT — NE 203 PLUnknown suspect(s) used victim’s personal information to apply for a credit card without victim’s knowledge or consent.LARCENY — 131 AV NEUnknown suspect(s) forced entry into...

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Police Beat - 2/1/16

CRIMINAL WARRANT ARREST — 140 AV NEOfficer observed a woman standing on the corner and recognized her as someone with a long history of theft and mental health issues, and ran her name via his compute...

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Police Beat - 1/25/16

UNLAWFUL POSSESSION OF A FIREARM — NE 175 STOfficers stopped a vehicle on traffic charges and found the driver to be unlawfully in possession of a firearm. The firearm was secured and processed and th...

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Valley View News

 

Duvall teen in the running for Miss Washington Teen

If all you know about beauty pageants is what you see on TV, Makenna Marsh doesn’t seem like your typical beauty queen. She’s not that into makeup. She doesn’t like drama. She likes to clean for fun...

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Duvall Mayor Will Ibershof elected to Sound Cities Association Board of Directors

Duvall Mayor Will Ibershof has been elected to the 2016 Board of Directors of the Sound City Association (SCA), which represents 36 cities in King County, and provides a regional voice for nearly one ...

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NABC hires Luke Woodward, ready to serve King County Agriculture

The Northwest Agriculture Business Center welcomes Luke Woodward to its staff. Woodward will serve as the nonprofit’s project manager for King County. Woodward and his wife Sarah Cassidy were the foun...

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Snohomish Conservation District plant sale order deadline is Feb. 17

Snohomish Conservation District’s 31st Annual Plant Sale will be held on Saturday, Feb. 27 from 8:30 a.m. - 4 p.m. at the Evergreen State Fairgrounds, Commercial Building 400. All are welcome to atten...

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Valley View Sports

 

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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Cedarcrest cross country results: October 3

On Saturday, Oct. 3, the CXC squad competed at the Sunfair Invite which is held at Franklin Park in Yakima.   This meet is an all-day affair. First race went off at 9:30 a.m. and the last race w...

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Cedarcrest cross country results: October 8

The CXC squad hosted our only home meet at Blue Heron Golf Course in Carnation. We are very grateful that we are allowed to use the course as our home course. It is a great place to run (and to watch)...

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