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Councilors criticize handling of sculpture rule-change, set sights on advisory to county

Councilors criticize handling of sculpture rule-change, set sights on advisory to county

In wide-ranging meeting Tuesday the City Council took few significant…

After fire, questions about future of downtown Bothell

After fire, questions about future of downtown Bothell

After a three-alarm fire roared through downtown Bothell last week,…

Council responds to gate controversy, but promised study not yet started

Council responds to gate controversy, but promised study not yet started

Following a sustained campaign over recent months by residents, the…

Northshore Wranglers to host first 5k run/walk

Northshore Wranglers to host first 5k run/walk

On August 20, the Northshore Wranglers Inclusion Program will host…

Caleb Hamilton drafted by Minnesota Twins, now playing in Appalachian League

Caleb Hamilton drafted by Minnesota Twins, now playing in Appalachian League

It’s Sunday night and Caleb Hamilton isn’t sure what state…

Woodinville Rotary Club to sponsor 13th annual Skateboard Challenge

Woodinville Rotary Club to sponsor 13th annual Skateboard Challenge

At the first annual Skateboard Challenge 13 years ago, the…

Crossfire girls U-16 team finishes 3rd in nation

Crossfire girls U-16 team finishes 3rd in nation

The Crossfire girls under 16 team capped off a great…

Bryant visits Bothell, Clearview

Bryant visits Bothell, Clearview

Bill Bryant made at least two stops in Snohomish Wednesday,…

Boogie at the next summer concert in the park – Wednesday, August 3rd

Boogie at the next summer concert in the park – Wednesday, August 3rd

Come on down to the next Celebrate Woodinville summer concert…

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Woodinville News

 

Complaint over pride colors spurs clampdown, chalk protest

A few complaints over a gay pride decoration were all it took to close down a beloved Woodinville tradition. As part of a series of events that went viral last week after social media posts were pick...

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School start still a mystery – but union head positive on new superintendent

Editor's note: This story has been corrected from its original: the next full meeting of negotiators from the school district and the teachers' union will take place Aug. 15. There’s still no firm d...

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Second confirmed case of Zika virus in Snohomish County

Woman exposed to virus during travel to Ecuador A young woman from Snohomish County has tested positive for the Zika virus, according to results released to the Snohomish Health District. She had rec...

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Marketing and operations support for tourism programs

Snohomish County lodging grant seeking applicants Snohomish County announced it is accepting applications from non-profit and public tourism entities with a demonstrated ability to draw tourism and o...

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Local Sports

 

WHS Football: Wayne Maxwell hosts Falcon Football Camp, gives team update

As this reporter arrived on the scene, break time was in effect for the first day of Falcon Football Camp. Kids and coaches munched on pizza and drank water from a hose. They milled about under the wa...

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Cody Webster finally embracing his past

On a recent morning at the Northwest Sports Complex, 46-year-old Cody Webster sat in a chair outside the batting cages. This is where he instructs kids on how to be better baseball players. But now he...

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Tales from the Road: Greyhound driver transported hippies, convicts and the Los Angeles Lakers

Dick Brower eased into a chair in the lobby of The Creekside retirement community. The 87-year-old smiled and began reflecting on his career as bus driver. “Each day I went to work, I wouldn’t know wh...

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WHS Baseball: Woodinville Baseball’s Secret Society

During the recent baseball season, I was interviewing Taylor Merry about that night’s Falcon victory. Some of his teammates walked by and one of them looked at me. “Ask him about B.A.T.” the player sa...

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Police Beat

 

Police Beat - 7/18/16

LARCENY, TFB – 17100 133RD AVE NE According to the victim she left her apartment for the weekend. When she returned she discovered that unknown person(s) had entered her apartment and stolen jewelry. ...

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Police Beat - 7/11/16

DRIVING WHILE LICENSE SUSPENDED – 17100 133RD AVE NESubject was cited and released for driving with a suspended license.

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Police Beat - 7/4/16

WELFARE STATUS – 19200 144th AVE NE Deputies responded to a call of an employee acting “oddly.”LARCENY, S/L – 17800 GARDEN WY NE Loss Prevention provided video surveillance of a subject possibly invol...

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Valley View News

 

Call for Artists - Art in Bloom

Art in Bloom, presented by Duvall Foundation for the Arts, has an open call for artists interested in displaying their work in a juried garden and sculpture art show the weekend of August 12-14. Arti...

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Rock Steady Boxing for people with Parkinson’s comes to Snoqualmie Valley

Rock Steady Boxing, a unique exercise program based on training used by boxing pros, and adapted to people with Parkinson’s disease, will now be available in the Snoqualmie Valley area.

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Kia Kaha (Stay Strong) SandBlast Festival of the Arts supports local artists

SandBlast Festival of the Arts, presented by Duvall Foundation for the Arts (DFA), kicks off Saturday, July 16 with artist vendors, live bands, theatre performance, food trucks and a live sand sculptu...

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Part of Snoqualmie Valley Trail closed to complete construction until August 12

The Snoqualmie Valley Trail, in the Stillwater area between Duvall and Carnation, will be closed to foot and bicycle traffic from July 5 to August 12, 2016 for follow-up construction at the Sinnema Qu...

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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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