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Museum highlights hydro racing days on the slough

Museum highlights hydro racing days on the slough

The halcyon days of hydro boat racing on the Sammamish…

Tuiasosopo excited to be head coach for Monroe Girls Basketball

Tuiasosopo excited to be head coach for Monroe Girls Basketball

When Ashley Tuiasosopo graduated from Woodinville High School in 2007,…

Alexa’s Cafe celebrates 20th anniversary

Alexa’s Cafe celebrates 20th anniversary

Before it was Alexa’s Cafe, it was a five and…

Local photographer’s portraits shine light on people with autism

Local photographer’s portraits shine light on people with autism

A project that started with 10 photos of kids on…

 Inglemoor grads climb 12 mountains in 30 days

Inglemoor grads climb 12 mountains in 30 days

Zeos Greene was at school in Minnesota when he got…

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Summer storm blows through area

 

Summer storm blows through area

A Puget Sound-area windstorm with gusts reported as high as 60 mph took out power lines and downed trees last Saturday. Puget Sound Energy estimated that 223,889 customers were affected by the storm. ...

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Local photographer’s portraits shine light on people with autism

A project that started with 10 photos of kids on the autism spectrum has, almost a decade later, expanded to 125 photographers around the country and 400 photos of children and adults with autism. Ch...

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Senior Services is seeking volunteers for Meals on Wheels

Volunteering with Meals on Wheels means you belong to a team that is committed to helping homebound seniors maintain their health and independence with nutritious food, personal contact and caring ser...

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Crime, marijuana, zoning hot topics at Clearview Town Hall

A packed crowd came to the second annual Clearview Town Hall to air their grievances and speak informally to state and county politicians about problems affecting Clearview, located several miles nort...

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Local Sports

 

Questions arise over Northshore PE credit policy

During the 2014-15 school year, Troy Kasper was often late to work. His son Zac was a senior at Cascadia, taking a rigorous course load and boasting a 3.85 GPA. But due to a Northshore School Distri...

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Woodinville women find success in powerlifting competition

In the three months that Natascha Karlova prepared for the Alki Beach Classic, she altered her powerlifting routine. At the behest of her trainer, Jimmy McCurry of Progressive Performance, she doubled...

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WWCX 3rd annual Women’s Cyclocross Festival

A fantastic day is ahead for bicycling women and the families who love them.Saturday, Aug. 29 at St. Edward State Park, Kenmore. 9 a.m.-4:30 p.m. Registration is open for Skills Clinics, Yoga Clinics ...

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Friday Night Lights barbecue and scrimmage

The Woodinville Falcon Gridiron Club invites you to help us kick off the 2015 football season at our Friday Night Lights Barbecue and Scrimmage on Aug. 28. Join us from 5-8 p.m. for food, activities...

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Police Beat

 

Police Beat - August 24, 2015

The police beat is a selection of significant police incidents that occurred the week before last within the city limits of Woodinville. It does not include all police calls originating in Woodinville...

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Police Beat - August 17, 2015

The police beat is a selection of significant police incidents that occurred the week before last within the city limits of Woodinville. It does not include all police calls originating in Woodinville...

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Police Beat - August 10, 2015

TRESPASS — 144 AV NEOfficers contacted a homeless subject sleeping in a tent in the park who had previously been issued a no-trespassing warning for sleeping in the park. The subject was taken into cu...

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Valley View News

 

Next week’s SR 203 closure should cause little disruption for drivers due to short detour route

The eight-day closure of SR 203 next week for the Coe Clemons Creek culvert replacement project should not cause much pain for area motorists because of the short detour routes that should get them ar...

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Carnation Co-op Preschool to hold open house

BC Carnation Co-op Preschool is a nonprofit, parent-driven preschool that has been operating in the Valley for over 40 years. On August 29th, from 10:30 a.m. to 12 noon, preschool staff will be hostin...

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SandBlast 2015: Having a ‘blast’ on the beach

 

SandBlast 2015: Having a ‘blast’ on the beach

This year’s SandBlast Festival of the Arts at McCormick Park (July 18, 19) enjoyed record attendance despite the heat, new bands and artists and the new element of kids’ (of all ages) art projects at ...

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Water wisely for a beautiful garden and landscape

Too much or not enough water and never when you need it. That seems to be the long time plight of gardeners. Add to this extended droughts, flooding and watering bans. What is a gardener to do? Beco...

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Valley View Sports

 

Elite Diamonds Girls Fastpitch competition

The Elite Diamonds Girls Fastpitch 12u Team had a great weekend competing in the USSSA State Tournament held at Dacca Park in Fife.

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Local teen qualifies for scooter world finals in Spain

Carnation teen Bayley Maxcy, a professional scooter rider, recently qualified for the ISA World Final Competition in Spain on June 13-14. Only 15 Americans qualify for this competition (he is the on...

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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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