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Threat to school funding resolved, legal fight over park continues

Threat to school funding resolved, legal fight over park continues

A procedural challenge that threatened funding for development of the…

WHS Football: Defense shuts down Sirmon, as Falcons beat Bothell 17-10

WHS Football: Defense shuts down Sirmon, as Falcons beat Bothell 17-10

Behind monster games from Jake Kim and Jake Baillie, the…

Two local men receive public service awards for saving a life with CPR

Two local men receive public service awards for saving a life with CPR

On the evening of July 9, The Pizza Coop in…

Come for the football, stay for the music

Come for the football, stay for the music

It’s the end of September, and football is all around…

WHS Cross Country: Houser and Lind dominate; Taketa finishes in Top 10

WHS Cross Country: Houser and Lind dominate; Taketa finishes in Top 10

Glorious weather graced Marymoor Park last Tuesday, as Woodinville hosted…

WHS Volleyball: Lady Falcons yearn to be winners

WHS Volleyball: Lady Falcons yearn to be winners

In the aftermath of Woodinville’s loss to Stanwood, Makenna Barton…

Heritage Society has new board member

Heritage Society has new board member

George Phillips is a newly elected member of the Woodinville…

Local Scout teams up with Heritage Museum

Local Scout teams up with Heritage Museum

Noah Schram, 17, a high school senior, volunteered the past…

Cedarcrest cross country results 9/17

Cedarcrest cross country results 9/17

On Saturday, September 17, the CXC squad competed in the…

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Woodinville News

 

Threat to school funding resolved, legal fight over park continues

A procedural challenge that threatened funding for development of the Northshore School District’s Maltby site appears to have been resolved earlier this month, even as a larger legal fight over a sep...

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Woodinville outage part of larger disruption

Representatives from Puget Sound Energy confirmed last week that a blue-sky power outage in Woodinville was part of a larger outage that stretched from Bothell to Kenmore.

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City Council votes on new board members

Last week, the City Council held formal interviews for candidates applying for vacancies on the city planning commission and tree board. The council unanimously appointed Jorge Meza to the tree boar...

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Public’s help sought in identifying remains found on Mt Si

Detectives with the King County Sheriff’s Office Major Crimes Unit would like the public’s help to identify skeletal remains found on Mt Si, near North Bend. Evidence suggests the remains may be from...

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Local Sports

 

WHS Football: Defense shuts down Sirmon, as Falcons beat Bothell 17-10

Behind monster games from Jake Kim and Jake Baillie, the tenth-ranked Woodinville Falcons beat fifth-ranked Bothell 17-10 last Friday night at Pop Keeney Stadium. The Two Jakes combined for three qua...

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WHS Volleyball: Lady Falcons yearn to be winners

In the aftermath of Woodinville’s loss to Stanwood, Makenna Barton spoke with a resolute tone. “We know that we’re better than today’s game,” the senior co-captain said. “That’s what is frustrating ...

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WHS Cross Country: Houser and Lind dominate; Taketa finishes in Top 10

Glorious weather graced Marymoor Park last Tuesday, as Woodinville hosted Newport and Inglemoor in a cross country meet. And as the varsity boys fought for the finish line, the Falcons captured both...

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WHS Boys Tennis: The future of Woodinville tennis

As the reporter approached the tennis courts, he did a double take. It was 4 p.m., which was the scheduled time for that day’s match between Woodinville and Inglemoor. However, the courts were nearly ...

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Police Beat

 

Police Beat - 9/26/16

DRIVING WHILE LICENSE SUSPENDED Three subjects were stopped and cited for driving with a suspended license last week.

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Police Beat - 9/19/16

CIVIL PROBLEM – 18100 142 AVE NE Woodinville police were dispatched to a report of a female trying to break into the reporting parties’ apartment. This is an on-going problem with these tenants. The w...

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Police Beat - 9/12/16

CRIMINAL WARRANT, MISDEMEANOR 14200 NE 171 St. A Woodinville deputy was dispatched to investigate a report of narcotics use inside a car. When the deputy arrived he contacted two males and one female....

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Valley View News

 

Pasado’s Safe Haven will be putting rescued hens up for adoption

Pasado’s Safe Haven has  rescued 92 battery cage hens to give them a second chance at life. Per the standard practices at egg production facilities, these 2-year-old hens would have been killed a...

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Month-long Snoqualmie Valley Trail closure near Duvall will allow vital bridge repairs

A safety project to replace rotted portions of three different Snoqualmie Valley Trail bridges in and near Duvall will require closure of the trail in the immediate area from Sept. 6 through Oct. 7. ...

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Quilt Show: The most colorful event on Main Street

If you’ve never seen “A Festival of Color!” on Main Street, you’ve really missed something. Mark your calendars now for the 15th annual Outdoor Quilt Show, Sept. 24, 2016. Show hours are 10 a.m. to 5 ...

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County: No safety improvements for accident-prone intersection

King County Road Services is currently not planning any improvements to the intersection at Woodinville-Duvall Road and West Snoqualmie Valley Road, despite the increasing number of accidents there. T...

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Valley View Sports

 

Cedarcrest cross country results 9/17

On Saturday, September 17, the CXC squad competed in the Apple Ridge Invite. The meet is held in the area surrounding an apple orchard, west of Yakima.  This meet (like all of our Saturday races...

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Cedarcrest cross country results from September 10

The CXC squad competed at the Tahoma Relays. This is not your usual XC meet for a lot of reasons. First off, it is a relay meet, five members per team. Second, it is a coed race. Third off, the meet r...

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Cedarcrest cross country shows strength at first meet

On Sept. 7 the CXC squad competed at our first meet of the season, commonly called the Conference Preview.  This year, the race was held at River Meadows Park which is halfway between Granite Fal...

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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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