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Northshore Senior Center's Inclusion Program

Northshore Senior Center's Inclusion Program

Do you know anyone with developmental disabilities that could use…

Falcons attend camps as Season Looms on Horizon

Falcons attend camps as Season Looms on Horizon

Several weeks ago, when Emma Daoud-Hebert signed with Central Washington,…

Bothell Native Represents Team Navy in DoD Warrior Games

Bothell Native Represents Team Navy in DoD Warrior Games

A Bothell, native and U.S. sailor, recently competed in the…

Rachel Best-Campbell joins City Council

Rachel Best-Campbell joins City Council

The Woodinville City Council has a new member, long-time resident…

Sammamish Valley Celebration of  Farms and The Arts

Sammamish Valley Celebration of Farms and The Arts

Celebrate the season by exploring the beautiful Sammamish Valley during…

City of Woodinville Seeks Artist to Paint Mural along Sammamish River Trail

City of Woodinville Seeks Artist to Paint Mural along Sammamish River Trail

The City of Woodinville is pleased to announce the opportunity…

McCafferty going from Small Ball to Moneyball

McCafferty going from Small Ball to Moneyball

There’s an old expression: “Act like you’ve been there before.”…

Woodinville News

 

Northshore Senior Center's Inclusion Program

Do you know anyone with developmental disabilities that could use some socializing in their life?  Are they out of school and feeling isolated?  Could families and caregivers use some time f...

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Rachel Best-Campbell joins City Council

The Woodinville City Council has a new member, long-time resident Rachel Best-Campbell. The search concluded Tuesday, June 18. Six candidates interviewed to fill Council Position No, 3, left vacant b...

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Final School Board Meeting of the 2018-19 Year

At the final school board meeting on July 8, the school board focused on approval of items for the next school year.  The Board approved the 2019-20 Budget which will be sent to the Office of the...

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Sammamish Valley Celebration of Farms and The Arts

Celebrate the season by exploring the beautiful Sammamish Valley during the annual Summer Celebration. Visit farms and businesses to enjoy food and farm demonstrations, take a class or just come chat ...

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Local Sports

 

Falcons attend camps as Season Looms on Horizon

Several weeks ago, when Emma Daoud-Hebert signed with Central Washington, she got the star treatment from Woodinville coach Andrea “Hammer” Roelen.   A ceremony took place in the Woodinville g...

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Bothell Native Represents Team Navy in DoD Warrior Games

A Bothell, native and U.S. sailor, recently competed in the 2019 Department of Defense Warrior Games, June 21-30. Senior Chief Petty Officer Joseph Paterniti competed for Team Navy during the games, ...

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McCafferty going from Small Ball to Moneyball

There’s an old expression: “Act like you’ve been there before.” But that advice isn’t always easy to follow. Take Nolan McCafferty, for example. During one game in 2018, he walked up to the plate in...

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Ellie Mann Savored her Senior Season; now looks to the Future

I’ve been writing about sports long enough to have covered the prep careers of many Woodinville kids. A variety of personalities, for sure.    Take Jaden Sheffey, for example. I knew him ...

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Police Beat

 

Police Beat - July 8, 2019

LARCENY – NE 171ST – Several mailboxes broken into.   VIOLATION OF COURT ORDERS- DOMESTIC VIOLENCE – NE 183RD ST Suspect arrested and booked into jail for violating a No-Contact Order by being ...

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Police Beat - July 1, 2019

SHOPLIFT –  MILL PL Suspect arrested and cited for attempting to steal a cell phone and charger.   CRIMINAL WARRANT, MISDEMEANOR – 135TH AVE NE Subject arrested and booked for an outstandi...

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Police Beat - June 24, 2019

FELONY CRIMINAL WARRANT, NE 171ST ST Male stopped for speeding, Booked into King County Jailfor multiple warrants, car impounded.   DRUNKENESS/DETOX, NE 171ST ST Female contacted for inability ...

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Valley View News

 

‘Shiver me Timbers’ – it’s Duvall’s Haunted Walking Tour

From scary ghost stories to true crime tales, Bob Antone’s Haunting Walking Tours are guaranteed to send chills up your spine.  The North Bend musician, wood carver and artist expertly blends loc...

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Carnation Mayor for the Day

 

Carnation Mayor for the Day

Carnation's Mayor for the Day, Jessica Gailey, participates in the Carnation 4th of July Parade with official Mayor, Kim Lisk. Gailey, a 6th grader at Tolt Middle School, won the honorary position i...

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Carnation School Named Best School

The Eastside’s 425 Magazine makes it an annual event when it comes out with it’s Best OF…issue. The restaurants, surgeons, museums don’t hold a candle to Stillwater Elementary School in Carnation. Tha...

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PoliceBlotter - July 8, 2019

Suspended licenses, warrants, alcohol and drugs edition.   Traffic offense- 06/01/2019 @ 2:44PM near the intersection of 3rd Ave. NE/NE Bird Street: Officer stopped a vehicle after the officer ...

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Valley View Sports

 

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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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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