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Edition Date: November 1, 2004  

 

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“Sisters” by Kathryn Thurman. Thurman is Woodoinville’s Artist of the Month for November.

Kathryn Thurman is Woodinville Artist of the Month


Woodinville resident Kathryn Thurman is the Artist of the Month for November. Her work will be on display at Woodinville City Hall through this month.

Thurman is a native of California and began her formal art education at Long Beach State University. Greatly influenced at the time by her professor, John Deharus, her passion for painting began.

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Renovated ‘Miller’s’ is new arts center


CARNATION—The building that is affectionately known as “Miller’s” in Carnation’s commercial district changed owners last April and will ...

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Gerhard Jorgenson recuperating after accident; benefit planned


DUVALL–Local horseman Gerhard Jorgenson is continuing his recovery after being seriously injured in an early morning accident Oct. 5.

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A leafy display


Per the agreement between the City and Share/Wheel, TRed, yellow, and orange leaves are creating a blaze of fall color in yards and along roadsides throughout the Northshore area.nt City 4 residents were “encouraged to participate in city volunteer programs to provide donated

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Our new look


We hope you enjoy the new front pages of The Woodinville Weekly, The Northlake News and The Valley View newspapers. After using the ,,,

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Operation Iraq: The Spirit of Christmas


Leota Junior High School students are working to bring Christmas to the soldiers serving in Iraq. They are helping get the word out about ...

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KC Council Dems ram through CAO


Despite strident objections from six Republican King County Council members and hundreds of citizens residing in unincorporated King County ...

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TC 4 will move to Finn Hill


As temperatures drop, winds blow and fall rains begin, Tent City 4 approaches its final weeks in Woodinville. On Nov. 22, when its temporary-use ...

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