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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

 

Masked robber hits Woodinville Rite Aid

An armed robber wearing a mask made off with money from the Rite Aid on Woodinville-Duvall Road on the evening of Jan. 19, according to Woodinville Police. Police said that according to witnesses, a ...

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Teachers’ pay, school districts’ special levies targets of study ordered in House education bill

OLYMPIA — Last Monday the Washington House of Representatives passed a bill 64-34 that would create a group to produce recommendations for retaining and fully compensating teachers, as required by the...

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One Night Count shows increase in homelessness

Early on the morning of Jan. 29, under the guidance of the Seattle/King County Coalition on Homelessness, over 1,000 volunteers spread out all over King County to witness and count the number of peopl...

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Public hearing about proposed land exchange at Saint Edward State Park

The Washington State Parks and Recreation Commission is conducting a public hearing regarding a proposed land exchange involving the Saint Edward Seminary in Saint Edward State Park in Kenmore. The p...

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Local Sports

 

WHS Boys Basketball: Falcons knock off Knights, prepare for playoffs

Tony Miller scored 30 points and Ethan Talbet and Jesse Davis each added 11, as the Woodinville Falcons beat Newport 73-64 last Tuesday night at Woodinville High School. The win improved the Falcons...

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WHS Girls Basketball: Lady Falcons reign supreme on Senior Night

Regan Schenck narrowly missed a triple-double, and teammate Gabby Whalen added 12 points, as the Woodinville Falcons dispatched the Newport Knights 64-52 last Tuesday at Woodinville High School. It ...

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WHS Boys Swimming: Lough and Loeser lead late season charge

In a season where depleted roster numbers hinder Woodinville’s chances for success, several Falcons are still rising up to fight the good fight. In last Thursday’s meet at Redmond Pool, Woodinville ...

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WHS Girls Basketball: Gritty Falcons fall to Bothell

It was a night when nothing came easy for the Woodinville Falcons. Playing on the road against a powerful Bothell team, Woodinville contended with a tall and athletic Cougar team that had only lost on...

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Police Beat

 

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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Police Beat - 1/18/16

FORGERY CREDIT CARDS — NE 178 PLUnknown suspect(s) stole victim’s wallet and contents from a secured locker while he was working out. Victim reported subsequent unauthorized charges had been made on a...

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Valley View News

 

DFA presents: The 2016 Masquerade Ball

The Ball is Back! Saturday, March 5, Duvall Visitor Center, $40 at the door / $35 in advance, includes 2 wine tickets. Heavy appetizers, music, games, silent auction, wine and beer ~ A Mardi Gras Them...

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Wow! What an exciting time of year!!

In my entire life, I have never experienced such a fun filled time. I realize that isn’t saying much … I am only three years old. In the middle of all of the seasonal festivities, my brother and sist...

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Where charitable donations can make a real difference in your own community

Ten-year-old Angel has literally become the poster child for the ability of charitable organizations to help families regain their stability and become contributing members of the community. Angel an...

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All-day kindergarten meeting Jan. 20

The Riverview School District will be holding a parent informational meeting to discuss all-day kindergarten on Wednesday, Jan. 20, 6:30-7:30 p.m. in the Educational Service Center in the main office ...

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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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