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Local bike shop keeps community’s wheels turning

Local bike shop keeps community’s wheels turning

For decades, there’s been a bicycle shop on 175th Street…

WHS boys soccer: Tensions flare as Falcons and Vikings play to a draw

WHS boys soccer: Tensions flare as Falcons and Vikings play to a draw

If one thing’s clear after watching Woodinville and Inglemoor play…

Woodinville Women of History:  Ellen Priest DeYoung

Woodinville Women of History: Ellen Priest DeYoung

Ellen DeYoung may have felt like a pioneer in 1925…

WHS Track and Field: Falcons shine bright on sunny day

WHS Track and Field: Falcons shine bright on sunny day

The Falcon track team basked in glorious sunshine and warm…

Abandoned bunnies are an annual Easter epidemic

Abandoned bunnies are an annual Easter epidemic

The Easter Bunny is an unseen figure who hides eggs…

Northshore Schools Foundation announces first scholarship recipient and Luncheon student speaker

Northshore Schools Foundation announces first scholarship recipient and Luncheon student speaker

The Northshore Schools Foundation is proud to announce Amrutha Gujjar,…

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Woodinville News

 

Firefighters launch new website to bring emergency preparedness home

The Bothell and Woodinville Firefighters Benevolent Funds have partnered with a local resident, Edmund Tee, to develop a free 30-day safety series which can be taken from the comfort of your own home....

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Woodinville Spring Safety and Wellness Fair

Woodinville Fire & Rescue is hosting a Spring Safety and Wellness Fair along with a free pancake breakfast on Saturday, April 4 from 10 a.m. until 2 p.m. at Fire Station 31. The fair will featur...

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Nominations for NSD Wall of Honor 2015 inductees close March 31

Nominations for Northshore School District’s Wall of Honor 2015 inductees will close on March 31. The 2015 inductees will be recognized at a special ceremony in August at Pop Keeney Stadium. Since its...

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Local fire departments could combine to form regional fire authority

Combining Woodinville Fire & Rescue, the City of Bothell’s fire department, Northshore Fire Department and Snohomish County Fire District #10 to form a Regional Fire Authority could be beneficial,...

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Local Sports

 

WHS fastpitch: O’Farrell’s blast lifts Falcons past Jackson

Alyssa O’Farrell hit a mammoth two-run homer in the third inning to rouse the Woodinville Falcons to a 3-1 victory over Jackson last Wednesday evening at Woodinville High School. Woodinville’s Alena ...

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WHS girls tennis: Lady Falcons off to fast start after beating Mountlake Terrace

With intermittent raindrops peppering the tennis courts, Woodinville stayed focused to beat Mountlake Terrace 6-1 last Thursday afternoon at Mountlake Terrace High School. The non-conference victory g...

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Woodinville varsity lacrosse opens season with 3 wins; Montana State High School champions here Saturday

On Sat., March 14, the Sehome-Bellingham Warriors traveled down I-5 to play Woodinville.   While the JV game was a Woodinville romp 18-0, there was no certainty of such an outcome for the varsit...

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WHS boys soccer: Unbeaten Falcons cruise to win over Bothell

Michael Carlson scored fifteen minutes into the match, Cole Grimsby added a second goal in the 35th minute, and the Woodinville Falcons completed work on a 2-0 pre-season win over Bothell Saturday aft...

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Police Beat

 

Police Beat - March 23, 2015

LARCENY — GARDEN WY NEOfficers responded to a theft call where, for the second time in a week, an unknown male suspect entered the business and grabbed Star Wars Legos and exited out the back door wit...

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Police Beat - March 16, 2015

BICYCLES, FOUND — 133 AV NEOfficers found five bikes left on and around City Hall and the police department that were checked for stolen by their serial numbers and placed into the evidence room. ...

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Police Beat - March 9, 2015

MAIL THEFT — 130 AV NETwo separate businesses that share mailboxes reported unknown suspect(s) had pried open the mailbox doors, breaking the latches.    

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Valley View News

 

Over $500,000 in grants allows for restoration of three local salmon streams

Three local streams can be restored to their natural state, thanks to grants from the Salmon Recovery Funding Board. The grants include $139,000 to the King Conservation District to restore shorelines...

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DFA multi-artist exhibition and opening

Join Duvall Foundation for the Arts on Friday, March 27 for art, music, light appetizers, friends and more. Duvall Foundation for the Arts promotes creativity, diversity and cultural awareness by supp...

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ANCHORHEAD COFFEE ‘We bottle happiness’

‘We are believers in doing what you love and loving what you do. And we make coffee for people who love coffee.’ When I first met Jake Paulson and Mike Steiner, their looks and demeanors were very mi...

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Main Street Project public open house

In 2015 and 2016 a couple of major construction projects will take place along Main Street (SR 203). Improvements will be completed between Ring Street and Big Rock Road, connecting all of Main Street...

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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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