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Proposed septic fee angers rural landowners

Proposed septic fee angers rural landowners

Homeowners call proposal’s unveiling confusing Residents of rural and unincorporated…

Northshore area to host Fourth of July celebrations

Northshore area to host Fourth of July celebrations

This year the Northshore area and its surrounding communities offer…

Woodinville Little League Softball: Woodinville girls represent at Husky Stadium

Woodinville Little League Softball: Woodinville girls represent at Husky Stadium

Two Woodinville teams traveled to Seattle on June 16th and…

For teaching assistants,  part-time can mean limbo

For teaching assistants, part-time can mean limbo

District pays above average, but keeps costs down with no-benefit…

Construction begins on Totem Lake Mall property

Construction begins on Totem Lake Mall property

At long last, Kirkland’s Totem Lake Mall is getting the…

Northshore Little League All-Stars

Northshore Little League All-Stars

Out in the field they maneuvered, pelted by a cold…

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Woodinville News

 

Red Cross urges blood donations to maintain summer supply

The American Red Cross urges eligible donors to give blood in the weeks surrounding Independence Day to help ensure a sufficient blood supply for patients now and throughout the summer.

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Bothell Public Works crew finds lost diamond ring, reunites it with owners

Crews from the city of Bothell returned a lost diamond ring to Ryan Cornish, the husband of Anna Cornish, a local schoolteacher, who recently lost it. The ring was lost about three weeks ago when the ...

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Goodbye Mack’s Corner Store

Demolition of the buildings on the property known as Mack’s Corner, occurred last Friday. (Photo by Barry Glenn)

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For teaching assistants, part-time can mean limbo

District pays above average, but keeps costs down with no-benefit positions When Joanne McDaniel was diagnosed with breast cancer, it came at the worst possible time. Her husband’s work didn’t provi...

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Local Sports

 

Woodinville Little League Softball: Woodinville girls represent at Husky Stadium

Two Woodinville teams traveled to Seattle on June 16th and won District 8 title games at the University of Washington softball stadium. The Woodinville Thunder, (Minors), beat the NE Seattle Tigers 8-...

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Northshore Little League All-Stars

Out in the field they maneuvered, pelted by a cold rain. Taking batting practice from an assistant coach who lobbed pitches toward the plate. And when the kids connected with the bat, they’d run the b...

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FC Alliance Boys U13 A team, State Cup Champions

FC Alliance B02A received the State Cup Championship title; this title is the highest level of competition in the state for youth soccer. Coach Hugo Alcaraz says, “This was a moment that we trained a...

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WHS Softball: Kathryn Hatlen enjoyed first season at Pacific Lutheran

Some kids leave home and struggle with homesickness and life on their own. But that wasn’t the case for Kat Hatlen. The former Falcon just completed her first season with Pacific Lutheran University, ...

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Police Beat

 

Police Beat - 6/27/16

LARCENY, TFA – 12900 NE 146 Place Sometime during the night an unlocked car was entered and a jacket stolen. In the jacket was a credit card that the suspect attempted to use  three times without...

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Police Beat - 6/20/16

FIRE INVESTIGATION – 17600 BLK 140TH AVE NE King County Arson Investigators initially responded to this area to investigate a report of a suspicious fire at this construction site. Sometime later the ...

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Police Beat - 6/13/16

BURGLARY, RES. N/F – 14000 BLK of NE 183rd ST   According to the victim he stores his bicycle in the secured parking garage, locked to a bike rack in his apartment complex. He last saw his b...

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Valley View News

 

SandBlast Festival of the Arts

Kia Kaha (Stay Strong) in the Snoqualmie Valley Presented by Duvall Foundation for the Arts (DFA), SandBlast Festival of the Arts has been a staple in the community for over two decades. On July 16 a...

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A splishin’ and a splashin’!!

Woo-hoo!! We finally made it!! Summer is here!! Wait! What? We still have another week?! June 20th? Then what is it with all of this sweltering, tongue wagging, water bowl slurping heat?! When you wea...

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Duvall on list of 2016 Governor’s ‘Smart Communities’ Award winners

One county and seven cities recognized for excellence in growth planning OLYMPIA – Winners of the 2016 Washington State Governor’s Smart Communities Awards were announced recently by the Department o...

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Duvall cowgirl makes National HS Finals Rodeo

Devin Gastelum, a senior at Cedarcrest High School, has earned a position on the Washington National High School rodeo team and will be traveling with fellow teammates to Gillette, Wyo., July 17-23 to...

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Valley View Sports

 

Local teen wins all around title at AQHA Level 1 Championships in Las Vegas

Lily Richardson of Duvall earned the All Around 13 and Under title at the AQHA West Level 1 Championships in Las Vegas, Nevada on April 24 with the American Quarter Horse, Chips Heart.

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Riverview students medal in mountain bike league’s first competition of the season

The first race of the Washington Student Cycling League 2016 season began with the 2016 Test of Pedal at Swan Creek in

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RunDuvall director retiring; new run to benefit education foundation

After 10 years, and more than $100,000 raised for health grants for schools, RunDuvall, in its current form, is coming to an end. Race director Paige Denison has simply become too busy.

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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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