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Lady Falcons Dethrone Bothell to  Claim KingCo Title

Lady Falcons Dethrone Bothell to Claim KingCo Title

Last Thursday night, Northshore residents may haves sensed something in…

Falcon Dynasty wins fourth title in a row

Falcon Dynasty wins fourth title in a row

Despite the absence of Paige Hirata, the Woodinville gymnastics team…

High school students design basketball-playing robots,  build community

High school students design basketball-playing robots, build community

Sonja Marcus, Daniel Shorr, Hank Melse and Sig Johnson are…

Woodinville Fire & Rescue honors Employees of the Year

Woodinville Fire & Rescue honors Employees of the Year

At their annual awards banquet, Woodinville Fire & Rescue honored…

 Foundation grants $73K for students, teachers and community connections 

 Foundation grants $73K for students, teachers and community connections 

Northshore Schools Foundation Executive Director Carmin Dalziel and President Teri…

Woodinville resident will be instructing “Discovering Paths to Songwriting”

Woodinville resident will be instructing “Discovering Paths to Songwriting”

Woodinville resident Steven Franz will be instructing “Discovering Paths to…

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Woodinville News

 

Pioneer woman of North Cascades operated roadhouse, raised a family

The story of Lucinda J. Davis, a pioneer woman of the North Cascades, will be featured Saturday, Feb.18, as part of the Woodinville Heritage Society's monthly program series. The program is 10-11:30 a...

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City begins debate on DeYoung redesign proposals

Although it will be a month before city officials consider specific proposals to improve DeYoung Park, the possible renovations generated some pointed debate when the City Council members took a preli...

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City begins new effort on Old Woodinville Schoolhouse

The long-running effort to develop the Old Woodinville Schoolhouse entered a new phase Feb. 7, when the Woodinville City Council hired a consultant to help find a developer for the schoolhouse and nea...

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Good To Go! customer numbers grow as more Washingtonians choose toll roads

The Washington State Department of Transportation Toll Division has released its Annual Report for fiscal year 2016, covering transactions, revenue and development of all tolling facilities. The fisca...

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Local Sports

 

Falcons stun Issaquah in tourney opener

Shouting and laughter emanated from the Woodinville locker room. In a season full of ups and downs, this night belonged to the boys in green and white. In the aftermath of their 77-63 win over Issaqua...

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Falcon juggernaut advances (again) to State meet

The Merriam-Webster Dictionary defines the word juggernaut as “a massive inexorable force, campaign, movement, or object that crushes whatever is in its path.” Admittedly, this may not be the best wo...

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Schenck’s heroics send Falcons to title game

Woodinville’s road to the KingCo Championship may go through Bothell, but Eastlake did all it could to create hazardous driving conditions. Woodinville’s Regan Schenck hit a clutch three-pointer wit...

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Senior captains to leave a winning legacy

Early this season, Woodinville coach Todd Christensen was asked about his two seniors, Paco Becerra and Braulio Arroyo. “The main thing about them is that they’re extremely committed individuals,” C...

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Police Beat

 

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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Police Beat - February 6, 2017

LARCENY, TAKEN FROM AUTO – 126TH AVE NEThe victim discovered his navigation unit had been pried out of the dashboard and stolen from his vehicle. There were no signs of forced entry to the vehicle.&nb...

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Police Beat - January 30, 2017

VEHICLE LICENSE VIOLATION – WOODINVILLE-SNOHOMISH RD-A deputy was checking for suspicious activity in the parking lot of a local gym, due to numerous car prowls, etc. … when he saw a car driving with ...

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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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