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There were fears that this track and field meet held last May at Hollywood Hill Elementary School might be the last for the Northshore School District Elementary School Track and Field Program.

Track, field programs to be available at elementary schools

by Deborah Stone
Features Writer

A dedicated community group of parents has been working hard these past few months to find a way to continue cross-country and track and field programs in Northshore School District elementary schools.

These programs, along with several others at the junior and senior high school levels, were eliminated in the recent district budget cuts due to funding issues.

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Woodinville proposes Tent City relocate to city land

Last month, organizers of the traveling homeless encampment known as Tent City 4 came to Woodinville’s Northshore United Church of ...

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Students honored for outstanding verbal and mathematical abilities

Four Carnation Elementary students are among more than 500 fifth through eighth graders from around Washington state who have been ...

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No ‘blues’ for contest winner

Judy Suit of Carnation has been named the winner of Remlinger Farms’ 2004 Blueberry Recipe Contest.

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Discover ‘Treasure’ in Duvall’s Old Town

The “Old Town” business district is full of interesting, useful and fun places. Where else can you stroll a four-block area and find everything ...

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Bond would build new libraries for Duvall, Carnation

Duvall and Carnation are among several King County cities that will get new libraries if voters pass a $172 million library replacement bond ...

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