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Oscar Roloff: My last two train rides were 50 years apart

Oscar Roloff Thanks to John and Colleen Hill of Woodinville, my wife Elaine and I recently climbed aboard the Spirit of Washington Dinner Train at Renton and headed northward toward Woodinville.

The New Americans of Washington State

new citizens Edmonds Community College and the U.S. Immigration and Naturalization Service held a "Celebration of American Citizenship" last Friday, Sept. 20, at Cedar Park Church in Bothell.

Woodinville grad receives commission

Army commission Eric Kiss, son of Ted and Barbara Kiss of Woodinville and grandson of Joseph Kiss of Connecticut, has been commissioned a 2nd lieutenant in the U.S. Army.

Day Center celebrates 2nd year

Adult Day Center With the help of friends, families, and supporters, the Woodinville Adult Day Center celebrated its second anniversary Sept. 18 with a luncheon and entertainment at the center.

Party honors work of garden creator

garden party A garden party recently held at the Northshore Senior Center honored Gladys Rhodes and the many volunteers who worked with her to transform neglected and uninspired landscaping into a colorful display of plants and trees.