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Former teammates and coaches share memories of Parker Moore

  • Written by Derek Johnson

As the interview began, Woodinville coach Wayne Maxwell cleared his throat and composed himself. He had just come from the home of Doug and Julee Moore, the parents of Parker Moore, a former player for the Woodinville Falcons.  

“He was the type of kid you knew was going to do all the right things,” Maxwell said. “He embraced all the things that our program is about. You never had to worry about Parker. He just excelled and was a tremendous leader.”

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City Council: Old projects move forward

  • Written by Briana Gerdeman

Two long-discussed projects have a chance to move forward after last week’s City Council meeting: the Woodinville Village development in the Hollywood District and the purchase of the Eastside Rail Corridor.

The Woodinville Village project has been around in some form for more than a decade, but was halted by lawsuits over whether the city or the developer would pay for road improvements for the three roundabouts on SR 202. Last week, the City Council unanimously approved a settlement agreement with the current and former developers of Woodinville Village, putting an end to the litigation.

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Social media expert teaches NSD kids and parents about cyber safety

  • Written by Emily Hamann

Hundreds of parents crowded into the Woodinville High School theater on Thursday night, braving the rain to come hear a speaker with a big message.

Katie Greer is an expert on social media, and the way kids use it. She had spent the morning talking to students about safety online.

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Naturopathic cancer physician accepts settlement agreement and probation

  • Written by Briana Gerdeman

A Bothell naturopathic doctor whose license was suspended for unprofessional conduct has reached a settlement with the Washington State Board of Naturopathy. His license will remain suspended through Jan. 29, 2015 and he will be on probation for at least eight years when his license is reinstated.

“We came up with a fair compromise rather than drag it out for a long period of time,” said Dr. John Catanzaro, whose license was suspended, the president of the Health and Wellness Institute in Bothell.

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Local butcher returns to Woodinville with BB Ranch

  • Written by Briana Gerdeman

Woodinville once again has a locally sourced butcher shop, with the opening of BB Ranch a few weeks ago in the space formerly occupied by Bill the Butcher.

The owner, William von Schneidau, originally opened a butcher shop in Woodinville in 2009, which was later acquired by Bill the Butcher. In 2011, Von Schneidau opened BB Ranch in the oldest butcher shop Pike Place Market, offering locally sourced, affordable and healthy meats.

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