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Edition Date: November 29, 2004  


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Youth artist Stephanie Johnson with two of the works she created for the 9/11 “Bridges” project.

Youth artist Stephanie Johnson brings color to the Valley

Her work is full of color and expression, taking you on a journey of delight and charm. Her landscapes can be described as ethereal and sometimes playful. Still lifes are splashed with fresh color and as the viewer your curiosity is piqued as you realize that the artist is only 13 years old.

How does a child paint with such ease and artistry, especially in a media considered to be very difficult?

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Northshore’s Reading with Rover gets national exposure

Woodinville’s own Becky Bishop, and her Reading with Rover program are once more the subject of attention, only this time, it’s on a national level.

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Cancer Society’s Relay for Life recruiting in Carnation

CARNATION–A group of organizers were out Nov. 20 recruiting participants for the 4th annual Snoqualmie Valley, American Cancer Society Relay ...

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Hot air balloons to glow at Woodinville Light Festival

WOODINVILLE — Santa’s coming to Woodinville on Dec. 3 in time to kick off the 2004 Woodinville Light Festival (and just in time for the Tree Light ...

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Duvall Friends of the Library to hold Craftsmas Faire Dec. 4

The Duvall Civic Club/Friends of the Library presents their annual Craftsmas Faire and Bake Sale on  Saturday, Dec. 4, from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. ...

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Amy Tryon, Olympic bronze medalist, to receive key to city

Duvall Mayor Becky Nixon will be presenting a “Key to the City of Duvall” to Amy Tryon, 2004 Olympic bronze medalist, at 7 p.m. at the Dec. 9 ...

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