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Depressed Teen Finds Purpose in Bodybuilding

Depressed Teen Finds Purpose in Bodybuilding

As Vincent Grossrieder stepped off the stage, he knew his…

Evergreen State Fair in Monroe

Evergreen State Fair in Monroe

Thursday, August 23, 2018 through Labor Day, Monday, September 3,…

677 toddlers of all abilities celebrated at Kindering graduation

677 toddlers of all abilities celebrated at Kindering graduation

Cydney Knapp of Redmond was filled with strength as she…

Celebrate Woodinville Parade Winners

Celebrate Woodinville Parade Winners

And the winner is....   The following list is the…

Maddy DuBois verbals to Seattle University

Maddy DuBois verbals to Seattle University

I remember that night last March at Woodinville High School.…

Fresh Produce and Great Employees = Garden Fresh Foods

Fresh Produce and Great Employees = Garden Fresh Foods

If you’ve had lunch at Shake ’N Go, a brew…

Northshore Select Club competes in Hawaii

Northshore Select Club competes in Hawaii

In July, Northshore Select Club (NSC) G02 Green Velocity had…

Woodinville News

 

Newspaper Recycle

Last summer, China announced they no longer wanted to accept foreign nations’ garbage. More specifically, China wanted to omit most paper and plastic products it was accepting. China is in the middle ...

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Civic Campus Firm Profile

Over two months ago on June 19, Woodinville City Council voted to approve the Civic Campus Partnership’s (WCCP) plans to completely revamp the Old Schoolhouse and surrounding area to create a vibrant ...

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New council member and much, much more

The Woodinville City Council met for their sole meeting this month on August 7. The evening consisted of a completely stacked agenda that was slotted to keep councilmembers and staff over five hours. ...

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$5 million available to help customers pay their bills

More than $5 million dollars are still available to help income-eligible Puget Sound Energy customers pay their energy bills. The financial assistance comes from PSE’s Home Energy Lifeline Program (HE...

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Local Sports

 

Depressed Teen Finds Purpose in Bodybuilding

As Vincent Grossrieder stepped off the stage, he knew his life had changed forever. The 16-year-old  from Woodinville couldn’t stop smiling.  The event was the Washington State Open Bodybuil...

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Maddy DuBois verbals to Seattle University

I remember that night last March at Woodinville High School. The girls basketball team had their season-ending banquet in the school commons. As the evening came to a close, players and their families...

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Falcons excited for Wenatchee Invite; ready for season

Life without Kylie Mosset has begun. The star diver who had such a stellar showing at State last year, has moved on to Bowling Green University. Such is life in high school sports. The arrival of a n...

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Falcon coach eager for season to begin

Andrew Croft sounded fired up. And why not? The second year coach of the Woodinville Falcons has a young and talented squad on his hands.   

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Police Beat

 

Police Beat - August 20, 2018

DRIVING WHILE LICENSE SUSPENDED, 15600 BLK NE WOODINVILLE-DUVALL PLMale cited for driving while license suspended after being involved in collision.   CAR THEFT, 19700 BLK 144TH AVE NE Two unkn...

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Police Beat - August 13, 2018

WARRANT, FELONY – 17500 BLK  131ST AVE NE Subject was arrested for an outstanding felony warrant out of Mt. Vernon.   FRAUD – 14100 BLK NE 179TH ST Following a trip out of the country...

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Police Beat - August 6, 2018

THREATS, NE 175TH ST Customer told employee that he would come back to restaurant with a loaded hand gun if they didn’t have lettuce by the evening. The business had been out for two days and were uns...

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Valley View News

 

100-year-old elm tree centerpiece of Carnation farmstead

‘That’s the tree that knows everybody.’ – Rory Norris, 7CARNATION – At first glance, the elm doesn’t look like a tree at all, but rather like a giant pile of green leaves. But when one steps inside – ...

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Sandblast 2018

 

Sandblast 2018

Sand sculpture artist Kali Bradford puts the finishing touches on this year's SandBlast creation, designed to be a tribute to Lee Grumman, former mayor of Carnation and longtime owner of Miller's. L...

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Brain games are fun and keep you young!

I met a guy in the grocery store the other day. He said that since his mom died, all his Dad does is sit in his pajamas and watch TV all day.  He seems to be just waiting to die.  It makes m...

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Timber! Music Festival has returned to Carnation for its sixth summer

Set in Tolt-MacDonald park, the fest spans across 547 acres and the Snoqualmie River. A 50-foot extension bridge originally built by the Army Reserves in 1976 connects the Main Stage to the Campfire S...

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Valley View Sports

 

Cedarcrest cross country runners do well at State

Saturday, the CXC squad competed at the WIAA State Championship meet. The meet was held at Sun Willows Golf Course in Pasco where it has been held for 20+ years. Besides the fact that it is the state ...

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Cedarcrest Cross Country results Oct. 29

Today [Saturday, October 29] the CXC squad competed at the Northwest District 1 Championships held at South Whidbey H.S.  It is always easy and fun to write meet reports when the races went well ...

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Cedarcrest Cross Country results Oct. 24

After a slight delay (okay four days isn’t really a slight delay), the Cascade Conference Cross Country Championships took place at the Blue Heron Golf Course in Carnation.

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Cedarcrest cross country Oct. 6 results

Thursday, Oct. 6, the CXC squad competed at a Cascade Conference meet at South Whidbey H.S.   This course is the same course that we will run in 3 weeks for the District Championship meet. So, i...

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