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Construction starts on just-named new high school

Construction starts on just-named new high school

The new high school in the north end of the…

Juanita nips Woodinville  with photo finish

Juanita nips Woodinville with photo finish

It all came down to the final few seconds. In…

Candidates for State Legislature discuss education funding and transportation

Candidates for State Legislature discuss education funding and transportation

At last week’s candidate forum, hosted by the Woodinville Chamber…

Falcons falter in loss to Eastlake

Falcons falter in loss to Eastlake

It was a game that featured more flags than a…

Woodinville Rep presents  ‘Steel Magnolias’

Woodinville Rep presents ‘Steel Magnolias’

“Steel Magnolias,” the classic play about the close friendship of…

Bill the Butcher closes suddenly after five years

Bill the Butcher closes suddenly after five years

All six Seattle-area branches of Bill the Butcher, including the…

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Woodinville News

 

Construction starts on just-named new high school

The new high school in the north end of the Northshore School District will be known as North Creek High School, the school board decided last Tuesday. The next day, a groundbreaking ceremony official...

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Candidates for State Legislature discuss education funding and transportation

At last week’s candidate forum, hosted by the Woodinville Chamber of Commerce, candidates from the 45th legislative district came to Woodinville to share their opinions on education, transportation an...

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Bill the Butcher closes suddenly after five years

All six Seattle-area branches of Bill the Butcher, including the Woodinville store, closed without warning two weeks ago. Now, the Woodinville store’s landlord is ready to evict Bill the Butcher this ...

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Substitute teacher arrested for possession of child pornography

A Woodinville man who worked as a substitute teacher for the Northshore School District was arrested last week for possession of child pornography, according to the Kirkland Police Department. Kurti...

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Local Sports

 

Juanita nips Woodinville with photo finish

It all came down to the final few seconds. In the last heat of the day, the 4x400 Relay. In one lane, Juanita’s Julia Andersson, and in the other, Woodinville’s freshman sensation, Laina Emerick. Neck...

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Falcons falter in loss to Eastlake

It was a game that featured more flags than a used car lot. It was a game that was uglier than rush hour traffic in Federal Way. It was a game that’s sure to leave a sour taste in Woodinville’s mouth ...

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Falcons find laughter to be the best medicine in win over Mount Si

In between rain showers last Tuesday, Woodinville hosted Mount Si and knocked off the Wildcats 5-2. But it was a struggle at first, at least for senior Falcon Jeremiah Michel, playing in the #1 court...

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Balanced attack leads Falcons past Inglemoor

Brad Roland rushed for 118 yards and Nick Fouch tossed three touchdown passes, as Woodinville beat Inglemoor 35-13 last Friday night at Pop Keeney Stadium. For the Falcons, it was a welcome sight on...

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Police Beat

 

Police Beat - October 20, 2014

LARCENY — 128 AV NEUnknown suspect(s) stole and opened mail from the victims’ mailboxes and left it on the ground. VANDALISM — 156 AV NEUnknown suspect(s) broke a window on the victim’s vehicle. FRA...

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Police Beat - October 13, 2014

PROWLER, VEHICLE  — MultipleNE 167 PL - A home surveillance camera captured a suspect entering the victim’s unlocked vehicle and rummaging the interior in the early morning hours. NE 148 ST - Sus...

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Police Beat - October 6, 2014

BURGLARY — WOODINVILLE-REDMOND RD NEUnknown suspect(s) attempted to break into the business by prying open the rear door but set off the audible alarm before making entry. FRAUD — NE 181ST PLUnknown ...

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Valley View News

 

Thayer Barn condition worsening

DUVALL–The timing couldn’t have been worse. Just when Duvall Foundation for the Arts (DFA) members began to recharge their hopes for the Thayer Barn, even planning a community meeting to share their ...

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Local horsewoman a winner at Las Vegas show

Cassie Chriest, 2012 Cedarcrest High School graduate and Montana State University sophomore, along with her 16-year-old quarter horse Talk About Royal (aka Tar) won the Novice Amateur Western Horseman...

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City youngster sees future in dairy farming

Delights in show ring successes and his growing herd DUVALL–A couple of years ago a curious Rick Heslinga took a stroll from his house down to Cherry Valley Dairy and asked Johnny Padilla, one of the...

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Memorial run will honor Evan Sebenius

A memorial 5K run to honor Evan Sebenius, who died during a recent marathon, will be held Nov. 2 in the Carnation area. Evan, 28, collapsed during Carnation’s “Beat the Blerch” 10K/half/full maratho...

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Valley View Sports

 

Cedarcrest cross country results

Last Thursday the CXC squad hosted its only home XC meet of the season at Blue Heron Golf Course in Carnation. First off, a big thanks to Blue Heron for allowing us to use their course as our home cou...

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Cascade FC B96 wins 2014 Crossfire Redapt Cup

The Cascade FC B-96 boys Premier soccer team recently won the U-19 Championship at the 2014 Crossfire Premier Redapt Cup, which was held at the 60 Acres complex in Redmond. This tournament, hosted by...

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Redmond Lacrosse Fall Ball

It is time to register for Redmond Lacrosse Fall Ball! This is the league for Carnation and Duvall residents. Registration is now open for the 5/6 and 7/8 teams.  The cost is $100...

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Cedarcrest Select girls basketball offers athletic opportunities for younger set

 

Cedarcrest Select girls basketball offers athletic opportunities for younger set

Cedarcrest Select AAU Basketball (CHS feeder program) provides grades 4 - 8 a unique athletics opportunity in the competitive Cascade Travel League. The program allows Snoqualmie Valley youth an oppo...

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