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Edition Date: May 17, 2004  

 

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Woodinville High School students were recently ranked number one in the nation at the DECA International Career Development Conference Competition

WHS students take top awards at DECA national competition

by Deborah Stone
Features Writer

Woodinville High School was recently ranked number one in the nation at the DECA International Career Development Conference Competition, held in Nashville earlier this month. Twenty-two students from WHS qualified for the competition and out of this group, 14 made it to the finals and 12 placed in the top 10.

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Northwest fare to be showcased at NYC’s James Beard HouseSome plopped a plump scallop in their mouths with one joyous bite. Others nibbled it daintily. Either way, Tom Black’s seared scallops provided an ...


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Railroad crossing work to beginWOODINVILLE — During the week of May 17, Burlington-Northern Santa Fe Railroad (BNSF) will begin replacing the crossing on NE North ...


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Longtime Cedarcrest drama teacher honored as Citizen of the YearDuvall Chamber of Commerce members, colleagues, bosses, friends, family, students, former students and parents attended a dinner on April 26 ...


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Carnation resident and UW student crowned Miss Greek SEATTLE – University of Washington student Claire Cordner, 18, of Carnation, was named 2004 Miss Greek in a pageant April 18 that recognized ...


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NSD board agrees on budget cuts


On May 11, the Northshore School Board approved nearly four million dollars in budget reductions for the 2004-05 school year. All of these expenditure cuts,

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Safe ‘grad night’ in the works


Spring fever is here and soon Cedarcrest High School’s class of 2004 will have much to celebrate. In order to provide a safe and fun environment ...

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Be FireWise in fire season


DUVALL – We are in fire season. According to NOAA, last month was the driest April around here in 50 years. With all those trees knocked down ...

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