Community News Since 1976  

Fall sunrise

Photo by Tami Leib

Those who have been out early on recent mornings have been treated to some glorious fall sunrises. This photo was taken near Duvall.


About Us

13342 NE 175th St.
P.O. Box 587
Woodinville, WA 98072
Ph: 425-483-0606
Fax: 425-486-7593

Hours: Mon-Fri

Submit Community News

If you have some Local News that you would like to share with the community, please submit your short story, article, announcement or review here.

Edition Date: October 15, 2007
A knack for capturing moments in time

ImageIncluded in an award-winning photo essay of opening day of the 2006 Evergreen State Fair was this picture of Monroe resident Marika Dunham participating in a 4-H event.

Valley View editor recognized for excellence in photo journalism

Valley View editor Lisa Allen has been taking pictures for the paper since her days as a freelance writer for the publication, 20 years ago.

“I remember the old black and white days of rolling our own film and developing it in the office bathroom,” says Allen with a chuckle. “Just as I finally got good at the developing part, we went to color. Color’s certainly nice to have now.”


  Full story

For the love of words
by Deborah Stone
Staff Writer

ImageCourtesy photo
Anu Garg of Woodinville founded, an online community devoted to the magic of words.

As far as he can recall, Anu Garg has been fascinated with words.

The Woodinville man was always a voracious reader and early on, he realized that each word in a story has its own story. He says, “Each word has a biography and it tells us about its parents, where it was born, what corners of the world it traveled and the route it took to reach where it is today. It’s so easy to fall in love with words.”

Garg’s passion for language led him to found, an online community devoted to the magic of words.


  Full story

Guilty pleas in fatal hit-run result in maximum sentences
by Deborah Stone
Staff Writer

Image Photo courtesy of the Rhone family
Steven Rhone Jr. was hit and killed by a drunk driver on June 2.\

Legal proceedings can sometimes help to bring closure to tragic incidents, but more importantly, they can signal the beginning of the healing process.

Though they continue to grieve and realize that the scars will never completely disappear, the family and friends of Steven Rhone Jr. feel that they can now move forward. The four individuals responsible for Rhone’s senseless hit and run death have been given the maximum sentences allowed under state law for their crimes.


  Full story

Click here to visit our advertiser.