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New Coach Andrew Croft ready for season  

New Coach Andrew Croft ready for season  

It’s a common refrain in soccer circles: Goalkeepers often make…

Finding homes for local heroes

Finding homes for local heroes

For the past 15 years, Homes for Heroes  has  been…

Paddling toward peace and quiet: kayaking the Sammamish River

Paddling toward peace and quiet: kayaking the Sammamish River

For long stretches on Tuesday afternoon, the Sammamish River belonged…

CELEBRATING BOTHELL'S NEW MULTIWAY BOULEVARD

CELEBRATING BOTHELL'S NEW MULTIWAY BOULEVARD

Congratulations to Bothell as they put the finishing touches on…

Warren Moon: It’s a proud time to be a Husky

Warren Moon: It’s a proud time to be a Husky

Last year proved to be a tipping point for Husky…

Northshore Wranglers Inclusion Program

Northshore Wranglers Inclusion Program

Grateful parents share their story of their son’s experience with…

Team USA2 Award

Team USA2 Award

LTC Josh Barrow, Special Operations Detachment – Pacific (Airborne), WAARNG…

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Woodinville News

 

Finding homes for local heroes

For the past 15 years, Homes for Heroes  has  been helping community heroes find their footing in the real estate market all across the country at affordable costs. Founded in 2002 by Minne...

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Celebrate the Completion of the Tolt Trail Improvements on August 23

The City of Kenmore is committed to improving safety and connectivity for pedestrians and cyclists. In cooperation with the City of Seattle, the owner of the Tolt Trail, the City of Kenmore has improv...

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12th MAN FAN GETS SCAMMED

A Seahawks fan lost more than a thousand dollars after paying someone online for season tickets he never received. Better Business Bureau Serving the Northwest wants to alert other NFL or college foot...

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Over 1,000 Animal Lovers Expected at August 26th PAWSwalk

Gather your friends (furry and otherwise) and register at PAWSwalk.net for the 26th annual PAWSwalk at King County’s Marymoor Park on Saturday, August 26 from 8 a.m. to 1 p.m. If you’re a pet owner or...

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Local Sports

 

New Coach Andrew Croft ready for season  

It’s a common refrain in soccer circles: Goalkeepers often make the best coaches. That maxim holds true with Woodinville’s hire of Andrew Croft as its new girls soccer coach. The 30-year old once pl...

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Warren Moon: It’s a proud time to be a Husky

Last year proved to be a tipping point for Husky Football. Gone were the days of Coach Steve Sarkisian, when the team lacked discipline and frat boy antics reigned supreme. Gone were the days when opp...

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Woodinville’s Meg Chapman receives academic honors

Six members of the Pacific University lacrosse team recently received recognition from the Intercollegiate Women’s Lacrosse Coaches Association (IWLCA) for their efforts in the classroom.

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Nash Fouch commits to University of Montana

After a recruiting process he called “long and stressful”, Woodinville’s Nash Fouch has committed to sign a letter of intent to play football for the Montana Grizzlies. The 6’3” 190 pound safety/wid...

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Police Beat

 

Police Beat - 08/21/17

CONTROLLED SUBSTANCE VIOLATION – GARDEN WAY NE At approximately 1:45 a.m. a deputy was doing an area check behind a business. The deputy saw a large Winnebago with the door to the motor home standing ...

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Police Beat - 8/14/17

FORGERY, CHECKS – 156TH PL NE According to the victim he checked his account and noticed that a check had been written on his account for a large amount. He does not know the person the check was writ...

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Police Beat - 7/31/17

TRESPASS – NE 175TH ST Deputies were called by management to trespass a male who had been asked to leave the day before. The male had spit on the floor and refused to leave. On this date the same male...

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Valley View News

 

Making our community safer, stronger and better prepared

CARNATION – You put an empty sandbag over the rear end and the rear handle, pick up the tool with both handles, scoop sand, rotate and the sand falls neatly out of the rear end into the sandbag. Anoth...

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Savor the sounds at the 10th annual Snohomish Taste of Music

Historic Downtown Snohomish Association presents the 10th annual Snohomish Taste of Music. Three days of live music, Friday through Sunday, August 18, 19 and 20. Savor a variety of musical flavors, in...

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Novelty Cemetery Twilight Tour – August 25

Stroll in the beautiful Novelty Cemetery and see re-enactors bring residents of the cemetery back to life with their life stories. Friday, August 25th at 7 p.m. Meet us at the cemetery Directions: ...

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Duvall Poetry Open Mic – September 6: Eugenia Toledo & Carolyne Wright

Join us at the Duvall Library, 15508 Main Street NE in Duvall, on September 6 at 7 p.m. for this month’s Poetry Open Mic featuring Eugenia Toledo & Carolyne Wright. Eugenia Toledo was born in Tem...

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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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