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Opal House to celebrate ten years of serving children and families in Guatemala

  • Written by Kirsten Abel, Features Writer

A decade ago, Dr. William Boegel and his wife Diane left behind their successful careers and accompanying incomes to start a children’s mission in rural Guatemala.  

Boegel called the journey “gut-wrenching,” “scary” and “even hilarious at times.” But eventually, their big dream turned into an impactful reality.

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Do you know … The slough came from the Ice Age

  • Written by Woodinville Heritage Society

The Sammamish River is a beautiful feature of the Sammamish Valley … flowing through Woodinville as it links one lake to another, originating at Lake Sammamish and vanishing into Lake Washington at Kenmore.

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A fresh new look for a 35-year-old business

  • Written by Kirsten Abel, Features Writer

While a staple in the community for over three decades, Woodinville Indoor Soccer has not been known for its interior design in years past. But due to recent upgrades, the facility is taking on a new and improved reputation.

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Classics keep place in school orchestra

  • Written by Tom James, News Writer

“Especially when you have dotted quarter notes on an eighth note,” says the man at the front of the room, “make sure you put just a little more emphasis on that note.”

The scene is slightly incongruous.

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