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Woodinville pet adoption center is seeking new home

Woodinville pet adoption center is seeking new home

Alyssa Hajek (far left) and her parents Tracy and Eric…

Tree harvest draws ire of Hollywood Hills residents

Tree harvest draws ire of Hollywood Hills residents

Photo by Bob Kirkpatrick   What was supposed to be…

School construction projects expected to be completed this month

School construction projects expected to be completed this month

Ruby Bridges Elementary School. Courtesy photo   BOTHELL — Ruby…

Woman leaves lasting legacy on area nonprofits

Woman leaves lasting legacy on area nonprofits

  Pam Siegfried (left) and Sally Sutherland at Painter's Lodge…

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Woodinville pet adoption center is seeking new home

 

Woodinville pet adoption center is seeking new home

Alyssa Hajek (far left) and her parents Tracy and Eric meet the newest member of the family, Salty, at Homeward Pet Adoption Center in Woodinville. Photos by Laura Guido   Thousands of dogs and...

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Tree harvest draws ire of Hollywood Hill residents

 

Tree harvest draws ire of Hollywood Hill residents

Photo by Bob Kirkpatrick   What was supposed to be a fairly routine falling of a few Cottonwood trees on private property and on Hollywood Hill Association (HHA) land in 10 Acre Park in early ...

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School construction projects expected to be completed this month

 

School construction projects expected to be completed this month

Ruby Bridges Elementary School. Courtesy photo   BOTHELL — Ruby Bridges Elementary School, the Northshore School District’s newest facility is in its final stages of construction, and is set to...

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Woodinville Police Beat: June 25-July 2

CRISIS CALL  18500 156 AVE NE: On June 25, deputies assisted a person in crisis at a business. Deputies located and checked the welfare of the person’s children while assisting the person in cri...

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Local Sports

 

Local high school basketball coaches receive high praise

Coach Scott Bullock (far left) talks strategy during a time out in the 4A state championship game against Central Valley High School on Saturday March 7. Photo by Bob Kirkpatrick   Scott Bulloc...

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WHS athletes shine in WIAA Scholastic Cup

Renton — Woodinville High School student-athletes were awarded second place in the Washington Interscholastic Activities Association (WIAA) 4A Scholastic Cup for the 2019-20 school year.  The ...

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Lance Gatter named District Two Athletic Director of the Year

BOTHELL — Inglemoor High School  Athletic Director Lance Gatter has been named Athletic Director of the Year for District Two.  “This is very humbling for me as there are so many really goo...

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Senior athletes face a myriad of uncertainty over COVID-19

Senior Spencer fouls one off in the batting cage. Connor Beatty is on deck. Photo by Bob Kirkpatrick   The ball fields at Woodinville High School were abuzz with excitement as the baseball and ...

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Police Beat

 

Woodinville Police Beat May 2-May4

VEHICLE THEFT #1 19500 BLOCK OF WOODINVILLE-SNOHOMISH RD: On May 2, unknown suspects broke into a closed business and accessed keys to vehicles onsite. One vehicle was stolen from the business and a ...

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Woodinville Police Beat April 24-29

DRIVING WHILE SUSPENDED 13500 BLOCK OF NE 175 STREET: On April 24, at approximately 8:39 p.m., deputies contacted the driver of a vehicle for a traffic violation. The driver was subsequently cited fo...

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Woodinville Police Beat April 17-23

MENTAL COMPLAINT  12400 BLOCK OF NE 155 PLACE, WOODINVILLE: On April 17, at around 8:33 p.m., deputies were called to a residence for a subject threatening suicide. The person was taken to the h...

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Valley View News

Woman leaves lasting legacy on area nonprofits

 

Woman leaves lasting legacy on area nonprofits

  Pam Siegfried (left) and Sally Sutherland at Painter's Lodge ladies fishing derby. Sally helped Pam choose area nonprofits to donate to in her will after Pam was diagnosed with a rare cancer. ...

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Carnation library one of four to get Wi-Fi hotspots

ISSAQUAH — The King County Library System (KCLS) has partnered with the Washington State Broadband Office and others to add free drive-in Wi-Fi hotspots at library locations in Carnation, Fall City, N...

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Contributed photo: Duvall stands in solidarity

 

Contributed photo: Duvall stands in solidarity

Upward of 70 citizens showed up in force on Main Street in Duvall throughout last week to join the world in protesting racism and police brutality. The gatherings were organized by Erin Rodgers who ...

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Carnation appoints interim city manager

 

Carnation appoints interim city manager

CARNATION — Bob Jean is Carnation’s new interim city manager. Jean takes over for Amy Arrington who stepped down from the position on May 19. Jean had previously served Carnation in the interim city ...

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Valley View Sports

 

2020 Red Wolves Spring Sports Schedule

March 21- April 21 BASEBALL March 21, at Nathan Hale, 1 p.m. March 24, at Mariner, 4 p.m. March 28, Home vs Lynden, noon April 1, at Archbishop Murphy, 4 p.m. April 3,&n...

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Riverview Summer Resource Fair

Learn about summer camps, events and activities, enjoy a food truck, door prizes and more at the free Riverview Summer Resource Fair Saturday, March 2 at Riverview School District Educational Service ...

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Cedarcrest Cross Country Competes at State

The Cedarcrest High School Cross Country squad competed at the WIAA State Championships on November 3, 2018.  The meet was held at Sun Willows Golf Course in Pasco.  The girls cross country ...

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Cedarcrest HS Cross Country – Regular Season Highlights

The 2018 season was going to be a season of change for the Cedarcrest High School cross country team.  Both the boys’ and girls’ squads finished in the top 10 at state in 2017.  However, fou...

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