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Redmond ranch pairs neglected horses with at-risk youth

Redmond ranch pairs neglected horses with at-risk youth

Raven Rock Ranch is just a few miles from the…

Food trucks now officially allowed in Bothell

Food trucks now officially allowed in Bothell

Food trucks are now officially allowed to operate in Bothell,…

 Pluschke settles into second season as offensive coordinator

Pluschke settles into second season as offensive coordinator

When 42-year-old Mike Pluschke arrived at Woodinville last season, you…

Evergreen Family Theatre presents ‘The Music Man’

Evergreen Family Theatre presents ‘The Music Man’

Evergreen Family Theatre is pleased to present their youth cast…

Former star Henry Hippely  speaks to youngsters

Former star Henry Hippely speaks to youngsters

After searing temps earlier in the week, last Thursday’s final…

Pianos in the Parks brings art and music to public parks

Pianos in the Parks brings art and music to public parks

From July 17 through Aug. 17, you’ll find a Piano…

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Woodinville News

 

Redmond ranch pairs neglected horses with at-risk youth

Raven Rock Ranch is just a few miles from the suburban communities of Woodinville and Redmond, but it’s a world of peace and tranquility. It’s the perfect setting to rescue horses and help children an...

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Food trucks now officially allowed in Bothell

Food trucks are now officially allowed to operate in Bothell, thanks to an ordinance the Bothell City Council passed last week. Dave Boyd, senior planner for the City of Bothell, said the city gets ...

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Medical Examiner seeks public help: Who donated the human skulls?

Three human skulls that were donated to a local thrift store are prompting the King County Medical Examiner’s Office to turn to the public for assistance. There is no information regarding who donate...

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Prevent residential burglaries

Of the 21 residential burglaries that have occurred in Woodinville this year, over half didn’t involve forced entry. That means they can be prevented, Police Chief Sydney Jackson said. “People need ...

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Local Sports

 

Pluschke settles into second season as offensive coordinator

When 42-year-old Mike Pluschke arrived at Woodinville last season, you could say he was like the kid at Christmas who received a new bike. The imaginations of offensive coordinators come alive when ...

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Hurricanes win two tournaments in Boys of Summer Select Baseball Academy

After playing from behind for much of the Ken Griffey 15U tournament, the Boys of Summer Hurricanes took a different approach in the league championship game. The Canes jumped to an early lead on an ...

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Northshore Junior High Soccer

 

Northshore Junior High Soccer

The Northshore Junior High School soccer team won the 2014 season (Courtesy photo)

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Girls U14 Gold Division Champions

 

Girls U14 Gold Division Champions

Cascade FC G00 Green Team won the Adidas Timbers Clash of the Borders Tournament held in Vancouver, Wash. and the surrounding area on June 27 through 29. Pictured: (back row) Maddie Lilleberg, Abby ...

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Police Beat

 

Police Beat - July 21, 2014

LARCENY, BIKE +250 — NE 171 STUnknown suspect(s) stole victim’s pink and white Giordano Libero bicycle after cutting the chain that secured it to the carport post. LARCENY, S/L -250 — GARDEN WY NELos...

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Police Beat - July 14, 2014

LARCENY, BIKE +250 — NE 183 PLThe victim reported the theft of his bicycle from his locked bike rack on his car and later found the stolen bike listed for sale on Craigslist. The victim, along with th...

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Police Beat - July 7, 2014

FRAUD — VARIOUS 1. An unknown suspect called the victim and said he worked for the IRS and that she owed back taxes. He then threatened legal action or arrest if she didn’t pay. The suspect told her t...

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Valley View News

Full day of fun on the Fourth

 

Full day of fun on the Fourth

The Seattle Chinese Community Girls Drill Team was back in the Carnation 4th of July Parade after an absence of several years. More Carnation 4th pictures are on page 4 and a list of event winners is ...

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ART IN BLOOM DAZZLES 2014

 

ART IN BLOOM DAZZLES 2014

     Duvall Foundation for the Arts presented its 9th annual Art in Bloom event June 27-29 at Kokopelli Gardens in Duvall. The opening night gala was a celebration of art, wine and fri...

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Snoqualmie Falls Forest Theater announces its 49th season of musical performances with Fiddler on the Roof

FALL CITY – Snoqualmie Falls Forest Theater presents its 49th season with the tradition-infused Fiddler on the Roof, to be performed under a canopy of trees in its open-air amphitheater, surrounded by...

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Winners of Carnation 4th events

3 on 3 Basketball tournamentElementary division: Shootin’ Wolves Jordan Ayers Hayden Cook Duece Knowles Peyton Burpee Middle School: New & Improved Dream Team Christopher Busch Brett Williams Bren...

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Valley View Sports

 

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...

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Cedarcrest Select girls basketball offers athletic opportunities for younger set

 

Cedarcrest Select girls basketball offers athletic opportunities for younger set

Cedarcrest Select AAU Basketball (CHS feeder program) provides grades 4 - 8 a unique athletics opportunity in the competitive Cascade Travel League. The program allows Snoqualmie Valley youth an oppo...

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