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The Goodtimes Project: a summer camp where kids with cancer can just be kids

The Goodtimes Project: a summer camp where kids with cancer can just be kids

“When your kid gets sick, you get laser-focused on getting…

Bothell Youngster to Represent USA in Muay Thai World Championships

Bothell Youngster to Represent USA in Muay Thai World Championships

For those old enough to remember, the Tyson-Spinks fight of…

Gov. Inslee, Maj. Gen. Stammer announce job resources for transitioning military service members and their families

Gov. Inslee, Maj. Gen. Stammer announce job resources for transitioning military service members and their families

OLYMPIA – Transitioning military service members and their families, civilian…

Woodinville Senior Breaks Four Washington State Powerlifting Records

Woodinville Senior Breaks Four Washington State Powerlifting Records

Lina Waughman is an excellent student and an adorable, caring…

Davis Baillie Bouncing Back from Tommy John Surgery

Davis Baillie Bouncing Back from Tommy John Surgery

It happened early and all at once. Just six innings…

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Woodinville News

 

Guidebook outlines downtown development styles

A draft of a city guide to development calls on Woodinville to emphasize brick facades and exposed wood in downtown buildings that evoke a “forest and farm” theme and reflects the city’s rural surroun...

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Homeless adults welcomed to the Navigation Center

DESC's Navigation Center, operated in partnership with the City of Seattle, started welcoming individuals last week. The low-barrier, service-enriched shelter will be open 24 hours a day, 7 days a wee...

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With state spending plan in place, Northshore begins 2017-2018 budgeting process

After waiting for months for the state Legislature to approve a school budgeting plan, the Northshore School District Board of Directors began the process of adopting a school budget at its July 11 me...

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Residents want city to take over pond maintenance

A group of 32 homeowners in a residential tract near Woodinville High School are asking the city to take over maintenance of a pond in their neighborhood, after they spent about $21,000 of their own m...

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Local Sports

 

Bothell Youngster to Represent USA in Muay Thai World Championships

For those old enough to remember, the Tyson-Spinks fight of 1988 was the preeminent first round knockout. The savage assault that Mike Tyson unleashed upon Michael Spinks startled the sporting world. ...

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CF Cycle for Life

Join us on Saturday, July 29 as we ride together to raise money and awareness in the fight against cystic fibrosis. Get your wheels in motion and cycle at your own pace. We'll start and finish our eve...

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Woodinville Senior Breaks Four Washington State Powerlifting Records

Lina Waughman is an excellent student and an adorable, caring girl. She is in ASB at Woodinville High School and never has anything bad to say about anyone. You would never guess that Lina could pick ...

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Davis Baillie Bouncing Back from Tommy John Surgery

It happened early and all at once. Just six innings into his collegiate career, Davis Baillie felt pain in his arm. “I was pitching in our first Pac-12 series at UCLA,” Baillie said of his 2016 seaso...

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Police Beat

 

Police Beat - 7/17/17

BURGLARY, COMMERCIAL, FORCED ENTRY – 131ST AVE NE  Unknown suspect(s) made entry into the locked and fenced construction site and stole generators and power tools. LARCENY, TAKEN FROM AUTO –...

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Police Beat - July 3, 2017

VANDALISM – 144TH AVE NE Building was tagged in neon pink and green. TRESPASS – 130TH AVE NEIntoxicated male forgot to pay for items and was asked by the management to be trespassed from the prop...

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Police Beat - June 26, 2017

RECOVERED STOLEN VEHICLE-Woodinville-Duvall RoadDeputies saw two suspicious persons standing near a vehicle in a parking lot. The subjects left the area. The deputy later found that the car they were ...

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Valley View News

Free Family Fun - July 15 & 16

 

Free Family Fun - July 15 & 16

SandBlast Festival of the Arts, presented by the Duvall Foundation for the Arts (DFA), will be celebrating its 23rd year on Saturday, July 15 and Sunday, July 16th. Bring your whole family down to McC...

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Eastside Catholic School tenth-grader Elizabeth Brummer takes first place

Tenth-grader Elizabeth Brummer of Eastside Catholic School was awarded first place in the high school art category of the Holocaust Center for Humanity’s 2017 Writing, Art, & Film Contest.

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Main Street to be closed for culvert replacement at Thayer Creek

As the summer construction season begins to heat up, an important element  of  the   City  of  Duvall’s Main Street improvements can finally be constructed. With permit r...

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Busy Week for Local Medical Reserve Corps

“Would you set up a first aid station at the Duvall Visitor Center during Duvall Days, June 3rd?” Sure.

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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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