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New downtown developments begin to take shape

New downtown developments begin to take shape

The Schoolhouse District, otherwise known as the Civic Campus, also…

State’s first black-owned brewery creates positive change in Woodinville

State’s first black-owned brewery creates positive change in Woodinville

Business partners Rodney Hines (left) and Todd Herriott (right) founded…

State treasurer visits his hometown of Carnation to discuss financial picture

State treasurer visits his hometown of Carnation to discuss financial picture

Valley 104.9’s Heather Stark interviewed state Treasurer Duane Davidson on…

Josephine Neubauer serves as Senate page

Josephine Neubauer serves as Senate page

Timebercrest Middle School student Josephine Neubauer served as a page…

Woodinville News

New downtown developments begin to take shape

 

New downtown developments begin to take shape

The Schoolhouse District, otherwise known as the Civic Campus, also will include 266 apartments, 406 underground-parking spaces, 11 wine-tasting rooms, retail businesses, an expanded YMCA, public sp...

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Millman is second to resign from a city commission

Mike Millman has resigned from the Woodinville Planning Commission, citing an “unfriendly atmosphere” as the reason for leaving. “I appreciate the work being put in by the volunteer Planning Commissi...

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State treasurer visits his hometown of Carnation to discuss financial picture

 

State treasurer visits his hometown of Carnation to discuss financial picture

Valley 104.9’s Heather Stark interviewed state Treasurer Duane Davidson on Friday, Feb. 14. State Treasurer Duane Davidson revisited his glory days as a farm boy in Carnation Friday, Feb. 14. He disc...

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School district partners with InvestEd to remove barriers for students

Thanks to an initial anonymous donation and the support of the Woodinville Chamber of Commerce, Northshore Schools Foundation has budgeted more than $43,000 for a new partnership with InvestEd.  ...

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Local Sports

 

Woodinville beats Glacier Peak to win District

Jaela Eggers fights to get past a Glacier Peak defender in overtime thriller on Feb. 22. Photo by Bob Kirkpatrick   EVERETT—The 4A Wes-King District Championship Game between Woodinville and G...

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Woodinville Gymnastics second at State

Back row from left are Mina Rothaus, Sidney Mays and Hana Roberto. Front row from left are Lexi Bernhoft, Emma Mann, Tena Heys and Katie Barker. Photo by Krystie Pilukas BELLEVUE—The Lady Falcons...

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Falcons end season with defeat by Jackson High

Cage Schenck drives the lane and looks to dish off to an oncoming teammate. Photo by Bob Kirkpatrick Bothell—The game between Woodinville and Jackson High was all it was expected to be, a hard-fought...

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Smith and Swan return from Mat Classic XXXII

Sophomore Simon Swan attempts to roll over Calvin Bahl from Union High School. Photos by Brian Swan.  TACOMA—The Falcons’ two representatives at Mat Classic XXXII had high hopes heading into sta...

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Police Beat

 

Woodinville Police Beat Feb. 14-20

LICENSE VIOLATION  17400 BLOCK OF WOODINVILLE-REDMOND ROAD: On Feb. 14 at around 9:45 a.m., a vehicle was stopped for a traffic violation and the deputy discovered that the registration was susp...

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Woodinville Police Blotter Jan. 31- Feb. 7

SHOPLIFT CASE 13900 BLK NE MILL PL: Male cited and released for theft. SHOPLIFT #2 18000 GARDEN WAY NE: Suspect identified via video by a deputy for shoplifting. FRAUD/EXTORTION 17300 BLK 133RD A...

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Woodinville Police Beat Jan. 24-30, 2020

FOUND PROPERTY  17300 BLOCK OF 133 AVE N.E.: On Jan. 24 at 3:37 p.m., a resident turned in one of their firearms for disposal. BUSINESS TRESPASS  14400 BLOCK OF N.E. WOODINVILLE-REDMOND R...

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Valley View News

SR 203 between Carnation and Duvall closed this weekend

 

SR 203 between Carnation and Duvall closed this weekend

WDOT crews will be working to repair stretches of SR 203.   People traveling on State Route 203 between Carnation and Duvall will need to follow a signed detour route this weekend, from Saturda...

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Red Wolves eliminate Archbishop Murphy, 55-43 in Duvall

Cedarcrest got off to a slow start offensively, up just 13-10 at the end of the first eight minutes of action last night. But the team heated up in the second quarter to take a 30-19 score into the l...

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Cedarcrest Girl's send Borderites packing

 

Cedarcrest Girl's send Borderites packing

The Lady Red Wolves collapse their defense and prevent a Blaine score. Bob Kirkpatrick|Woodinville Weekly   Kat Townley knocked down 19 points, Jaylin Yowell added 11 and the Lady Red Wolves b...

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Childhood-development center will offer more therapy services

 

Childhood-development center will offer more therapy services

Encompass Northwest will be opening a new pediatric therapy and early learning facility in Snoqualmie. The property is designed to expand therapy services and increase the number of children served. L...

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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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