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Zimet’s Bomb lifts Falcons past Skyline

Zimet’s Bomb lifts Falcons past Skyline

Mother Nature brought the rain, but Woodinville brought the lightning.…

Old Woodinville Schoolhouse & Civic Campus Project Update

Old Woodinville Schoolhouse & Civic Campus Project Update

Woodinville City Council’s meeting began when Mayor Bernie Talmas announced…

The Future of Food Starts with Bees

The Future of Food Starts with Bees

Dave Hunter, Founder/Owner of Crown Bees in Woodinville, is excited. …

Three Woodinville Robotics Teams Head to World Championships

Three Woodinville Robotics Teams Head to World Championships

Three local robotics teams are heading to the robotics World…

Falcons hit speed bump in otherwise solid season

Falcons hit speed bump in otherwise solid season

In the intervening time since the Woodinville Weekly covered them,…

Falcons on brink of playoff elimination after loss to Issy

Falcons on brink of playoff elimination after loss to Issy

Since the Woodinville Weekly last saw them, the Falcons beat…

Woodinville Family - Volunteers of the Month

Woodinville Family - Volunteers of the Month

The Bradbury Family (Robert, Karen, Annalise and Jon) from Woodinville…

Carnation Farmers Market

Carnation Farmers Market

Opening day is right around the corner for the Carnation…

Woodinville News

 

Old Woodinville Schoolhouse & Civic Campus Project Update

Woodinville City Council’s meeting began when Mayor Bernie Talmas announced that he had signed a proclamation on April 17 declaring April 21 Arbor Day. He urged the city’s residents to help celebrate ...

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Safeco, Century Link to Go Fully Tobacco Free

The King County Board of Health unanimously adopted a county-wide regulation prohibiting the use of smokeless tobacco at all professional sporting events in King County. This will complete the full ba...

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GriefShare can help

Grief is an emotional journey.   Often, friends and family want to help you following the death of a loved one but don't know how.  That is the reason for GriefShare, a 13 week seminar/su...

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Seattle Foundation’s GIVEBIG:

Help Make an Impact in Woodinville by Giving Big for All Seattle Foundation’s annual giving day, GIVEBIG, returns in May. The online event, now in its eighth year, raises funds for more than 1,500 no...

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Local Sports

 

Zimet’s Bomb lifts Falcons past Skyline

Mother Nature brought the rain, but Woodinville brought the lightning. Sparked by Tom Zimet’s two-run homer, the Falcons scored five runs in the bottom of the sixth inning to beat Skyline 5-2 last Wed...

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Falcons hit speed bump in otherwise solid season

In the intervening time since the Woodinville Weekly covered them, the Falcons have been on a roll. The girls had won five of their past six matches, including 11-0 triumphs over Bothell and Mercer Is...

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Keo signs with MSU-Northern

Montana State University-Northern (Havre, Montana) women’s basketball coach Chris Mouat has announced the signing of Sabin Keo to join the Skylight program this fall. Keo, a 5’9” guard, is originally ...

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Falcons on brink of playoff elimination after loss to Issy

Since the Woodinville Weekly last saw them, the Falcons beat Bothell and North Creek to gain momentum. But then they lost three straight.   With the season coming to a close, time was running ...

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Police Beat

 

Police Beat - 4/23/18

SUSPICIOUS CIRCUMSTANCES, NE 198TH ST Male attempted to retrieve belongings he left in a house he moved out of over a year.  House had been sold.   RESIDENTIAL BURGLARY, NE 163RD ST Jewelr...

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Police Beat - 4/16/18

SIMPLE ASSAULT, 126TH PL NE Developmentally disabled female assaulted disabled male.  Counseling given.   LARCENY, TAKEN FROM BUILDING, GARDEN WAY NE Bar code scanner stolen from business....

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Police Beat - 4/9/18

BURGLARY, RESIDENTIAL, FORCED ENTRY, NE 171ST ST Ex-girlfriend broke into condo and assaulted resident during the night.   JUVENILE RUNAWAY, NE 171ST ST Female juvenile runaway identified as a ...

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Valley View News

 

Duvall - Plant & Garden Art Sale - May 12th

Gardeners Alert! Spring has sprung and gardeners everywhere are trimming, planting seeds, and dividing perennials. The Duvall Civic Club’s 46th Annual Plant and Garden Art Sale plus Craft Fair on May ...

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Northwest Equine Fashion Show & Benef it Auction - Supporting Warrior Families

On April 28th, a local horse stable and equestrian center will be transformed into a venue for high fashion and elegance as the non-profit NWNHC Family Fund, in cooperation with local tack shops and p...

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Carnation Farmers Market

Opening day is right around the corner for the Carnation Farmers Market.  

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Sno-Valley Plant & Garden Art Sale - May 3-5

“Spring into Gardening” at the Annual First Picks Party & Plant and Garden Art Sale on Thursday May 3 from 6:30-8:00 p.m. and Friday and Saturday, May 4-5, from 9 a.m.-3 p.m. at the Sno-Valley Sen...

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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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