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Strike averted? Union, schools settle on draft contract

Strike averted? Union, schools settle on draft contract

Union leaders and the Northshore School District confirmed late last…

Falcons ready to open the season vs. Kentwood

Falcons ready to open the season vs. Kentwood

It’s that point in fall camp, where players are tired…

‘Attacked’ teacher admits to fabricating story

‘Attacked’ teacher admits to fabricating story

After drawing attention from newspapers across the state last spring…

WHS Football: Two former Falcons played in same CFL game

WHS Football: Two former Falcons played in same CFL game

The opening kickoff sailed through the air at le Stade…

Classic Car Corner: Stranded

Classic Car Corner: Stranded

Alas, if you own classic cars, you’re going to need…

Celebrate Woodinville 2016: Photos, Parade and Basset Bash Results

Celebrate Woodinville 2016: Photos, Parade and Basset Bash Results

All photos courtesy of Photography by Carol Hook Celebrate Woodinville…

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Woodinville News

 

‘Attacked’ teacher admits to fabricating story

After drawing attention from newspapers across the state last spring with a story of a violent attack in his own classroom, Bothell High School teacher Cal Pygott admitted to police last week that he ...

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Strike averted? Union, schools settle on draft contract

Union leaders and the Northshore School District confirmed late last week that a tentative agreement had been reached on a contract for teachers and para-educators in the district.

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Accident causes power outage, no injuries

A driver crashed their car into a power pole at the 16100 block of Woodinville-Redmond Rd (Hwy 202) the evening of Wednesday, Aug. 24. According to Woodinville Fire & Rescue, crews responded to th...

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Sammamish Valley development study nears end

A months-long study of land use rules in the Sammamish Valley began wrapping up earlier this month, as consultants hired by the county released a preliminary set of recommendations on how to shape gro...

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Local Sports

 

WHS Football: Two former Falcons played in same CFL game

The opening kickoff sailed through the air at le Stade Percival-Molson. The Montreal Alouettes were hosting the B.C. Lions on August 4th. But a special nuance existed in this matchup between CFL teams...

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Falcons ready to open the season vs. Kentwood

It’s that point in fall camp, where players are tired of beating on each other, and yearn to attack someone in a different colored jersey.

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Warren Moon on the golden era of Seahawk Football

Seattle fans watch eras come and go. The Sonics of the 1990s had Gary Payton and Shawn Kemp, before team unity fell apart and potential was lost. The Mariners also had their time in the sun with Grif...

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NORTHSHORE YOUTH SOCCER ASSOCIATION: A day in the life of coaching boys soccer

As practice concluded, the boys gathered near their coach. 50-year-old Angie Zappone, now in her ninth year of coaching youth soccer, was to unveil the team’s new name.

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Police Beat

 

Police Beat - 8/29/16

SUSPICIOUS PERSON – 20000 142ND AVE NE An employee of the business noticed a vehicle parked next to a large metal recycle dumpster. The reporting party saw two adult males going through items in the d...

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Police Beat - 8/22/16

LARCENY, TFA – 14100 NE 183rd ST According to the victim she parked her car in the parking garage the night prior. When she returned to her car the following morning she discovered that unknown person...

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Police Beat - 8/15/16

VANDALISM – 15300 NE 202 ST Unknown suspect(s) broke mailbox stand causing it to fall over. No damage to the 5 mail boxes. A neighbor reported that he heard a loud bang at approximately 1:30 in the mo...

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Valley View News

 

A sign of the times: City dedicates street to Ray and Tove Burhen

DUVALL–If you haven’t noticed yet, take a look at the corner of NE Stephens Street and Main Street. For those who haven’t seen it yet, there has been a change in signage. Northeast Stephens Street, ...

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Santa Train tickets go on sale in August

SNOQUALMIE–It’s time to begin thinking about that “ho, ho, ho” season and Santa Train tickets sell out fast! Tickets go on sale at the beginning of August.

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There is still time to vote for Helen for Cox Conserves Heroes award

Voting ends Aug. 19 for environmental program Despite the fact that she has become a local celebrity, Helen Hoenig can still be seen by the Valley roadsides, cleaning up other people’s trash.

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Art in Bloom – celebrating 11 years

Art in Bloom, presented by Duvall Foundation for the Arts, is a juried garden and sculpture art show the weekend of August 12-14. This unique outdoor art show celebrates 11 years of showcasing local a...

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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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