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I am supporting Mason after attending the forum at Northshore senior center. After paying attention to what the candidates were saying I was shocked at Leigh’s comments about this council being not being responsible. Since I am a long term resident I am aware of what this council inherited, …
A beautiful 8 foot peace pole hand painted by local artist Stacy Adman was recently installed at the Northshore Y. The Woodinville Rotary Club donated the peace pole to the Y as part of the world wide effort being made by the men and women of the 30,000 Rotary Clubs to bring peace to our tro…
Journey through our Marketplace at Northshore Senior Center on Friday Nov 1, 9am-4pm and Sat. Nov 2, 9am-3pm. Over 60 vendors. Granny's cafe open serving homemade soup, breads, desserts for purchase--dine in or take out. Gift Shop open. Handcrafted items, jewelry, artwork and more. Bake sale…
Jillian Olson of Woodinville was among three high school students who were recently honored at the University of Iowa for exceptional work in the Belin-Blank Summer Writing Residency at the University of Iowa. Recognized students were given the opportunity to honor a teacher they credited fo…
The fact the State Supreme Court will hear arguments next Tuesday on the legality of how Sound Transit is imposing the vehicle taxes necessary to pay for its light rail system is sure to reignite some of the arguments about the most expensive transportation package ever undertaken in the nation.
Did you know that hundreds of women disguised themselves as men and enlisted on both sides to fight in the Civil War? Kelli Estes' novel, TODAY WE GO HOME, is a dual timeline story about a present day veteran who has returned home to her grandmother's house in Woodinville to heal from her tr…