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New blue uniforms, city marked car highlight shift to local police control

Woodinville police Since Jan. 1, the City of Woodinville has had four new dedicated police officers patrolling the streets under the city's new contract, and staff are now ready to unveil the new uniforms, patches, and city-marked police cruisers.

Good luck and elephants grace Winsome's unique new building

new building Two 5-ton elephants, trunks raised high for good luck, were lowered onto their new homes on pedestals in front of Winsome Trading, Inc.'s new distribution center.

State is testing new technologies to help motorists

PuSHMe project Sometime soon, the push of a button may mean timely help for drivers who are stranded or in distress as well as relief for commuters stuck in the aftermath.

Earthquake felt on Eastside

earthquake On Sunday, January 21, at approximately 8:06 a.m., an earthquake tremor was felt on the Eastside, measuring 3.3 on the Richter scale.

Grace, Maltby closer to 'urban'

Grace & Maltby The City of Woodinville may be able to annex the Grace area in the future after all. At the Jan. 16 GMA appeals hearing, Snohomish County agreed that their "urban reserve" designation did not meet the requirements of the Growth Management Act.

Snow fun

snow fun Woodinville found itself under an unexpected blanket of white last week, to the chagrin of some drivers, but to the joy of most area kids.

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