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Falcons win KingCo Championship, earn #1 seed in State Tourney

Falcons win KingCo Championship, earn #1 seed in State Tourney

Pity the pitcher, whomever they may be, facing a Murderers’…

Woodinville expected to escape the worst  of statewide drought

Woodinville expected to escape the worst of statewide drought

Washington state is in the throes of a drought that…

City Council doesn’t stop proposed dormitory in industrial district

City Council doesn’t stop proposed dormitory in industrial district

Change is in the air in Woodinville, with the City…

Inglemoor’s Ryan Cass wins 2015 3-minute masterpiece SIFF award

Inglemoor’s Ryan Cass wins 2015 3-minute masterpiece SIFF award

Inglemoor sophomore Ryan Cass’s film “Stand Up for Yourself” has…

City of Kenmore hosts free monthly nature walks

City of Kenmore hosts free monthly nature walks

If you enjoy exploring the natural outdoors, the city of…

Falcons advance in state championship

Falcons advance in state championship

Alex Blue continued his torrid scoring pace, tallying 10 goals…

May is M.I.L.K. Money Month!

May is M.I.L.K. Money Month!

May is M.I.L.K. Money Month! Now in it’s 5th year,…

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Woodinville News

 

Duvall Sandblast Festival of the Arts: Call for artists and musicians

The annual SandBlast Festival of the Arts will be held at McCormick Park (26200 NE Stephens St, Duvall) on the shore of the historic and beautiful Snoqualmie River in Duvall. The dates for this year’s...

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Paving finished six months behind schedule on Woodinville-Duvall Road

Woodinville drivers can breathe a collective sigh of relief now that paving has wrapped up on Woodinville-Duvall Road. But even though paving finished on May 8, the much-delayed construction process i...

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Candidates file to run for local office

It looks like voters won’t have many tough decisions to make in this fall’s election. For many positions that are up for election this year, including two of three Woodinville City Council positions a...

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Woodinville stands to lose $7.8 million per year if growth targets aren’t met

If Woodinville ignores county-mandated growth targets that say the city needs to find room for 3,000 new housing units and 5,000 new jobs in the next 20 years, the city could lose $7.8 million per yea...

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Local Sports

 

Saying goodbye to Moriah, Britta and The Kelsonic Boom

The Woodinville Falcons sent six players to last week’s KingCo Tourney held at Skyline High School, although only one (Moriah Austin) made it past the first day of competition.   As their prep c...

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Upstart Falcons see their season end after loss to Skyline

There was an urge early last week to dub Woodinville the “Hitless Wonders” after the 1906 Chicago White Sox. That team from a century ago batted an anemic .230 with only 7 homers all season. And yet t...

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Bothell football player earns scholarship

Riley Rowe, a member of the state champion Bothell Cougars football team, is the first recipient of the Nardone Sports Inspiration Scholarship at Bothell High School. Cougars head football coach Tom ...

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Local woman tackles expectations in women’s football team

They’re a regular football team. They take hits; they sack the quarterback and make touchdowns. But if you tell them they throw like a girl, they’ll probably take it as a compliment. The Seattle Maj...

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Police Beat

 

Police Beat - May 18, 2015

DRIVING WHILE LICENSE REVOKED/SUSPENDED — WOOD-SNOHOMISH RD NEOfficers cited one subject for operating a motor vehicle while their driver’s license was suspended/revoked. FRAUD — NE 175 STVictim repo...

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Police Beat - May 11, 2015

LARCENY — NE 178 PLLoss prevention detained a man for theft after they witnessed him take a pair of headphones from a secured location and place them down his pants. The man was stopped outside the st...

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Police Beat - May 4, 2015

DUI — NE 178TH PLOfficers stopped a vehicle on traffic charges and found that the driver showed signs of intoxication. The driver was placed under arrest after failing a field sobriety test. The drive...

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Valley View News

 

Cedarcrest HS graduates record number of valedictorians and salutatorians

“We knew this class was going to be special,” said Cedarcrest principal Clarence Lavarias as he talked with the ten students comprising the valedictorian and salutatorian honorees for the Class of 201...

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Duvall Days Festival is June 6 and 7

 

Duvall Days Festival is June 6 and 7

Ward and Val Roney have been selected as the grand marshals for the 2015 Duvall Days parade. Organizers say they are truly an example of what giving back to the community is all about, adding that t...

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The invasion of Lake Joy

Lake Joy is a community of single family homes and summer cabins nestled halfway between the towns of Carnation and Duvall.   There are resident bald eagles, great blue herons, kingfishers, rive...

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Springtime in the Valley

Well, spring has come to our little valley again! This pup reporter decided to take a look at a bunch of the options that should be on the “what should we do with the dog today?” list that all good pu...

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Valley View Sports

 

Cedarcrest cross country results

Last Thursday the CXC squad hosted its only home XC meet of the season at Blue Heron Golf Course in Carnation. First off, a big thanks to Blue Heron for allowing us to use their course as our home cou...

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Cascade FC B96 wins 2014 Crossfire Redapt Cup

The Cascade FC B-96 boys Premier soccer team recently won the U-19 Championship at the 2014 Crossfire Premier Redapt Cup, which was held at the 60 Acres complex in Redmond. This tournament, hosted by...

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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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