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A look back at history through the Woodinville Weekly archives in September 1981, 1991, 2001 and 2011. 

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The Friends of Cottage Lake will host its third outdoor fundraising concert in an effort to reduce invasive milfoil and an unhealthy amount of phosphorus in the local body of water.The group hopes to raise $8,000 to cover the costs of milfoil treatment at Cottage Lake next summer, FOCL Presi…

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With over 130 wineries and tasting rooms across Woodinville, biking can be the easiest way to get around wine country. Wine and bike enthusiasts alike are encouraged to join the sixth annual Woodinville Wine Ride along the Sammamish River Trail on Sunday, Sept. 19.

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Farmers are the beating heart of the local food system. However, many of them continue to face barriers such as finding aff ordable land and combating added challenges of climate change.

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The Woodinville Chamber of Commerce hosted two packet pick-up events for the annual Celebrate Woodinville 5K at Woodin Creek Village on Aug. 11 and 13. Musicians Abigail Neilson and Dune Butler each performed while participants hung around the area. The Woodinville Teen Arts Alliance also pr…

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September, which is World Alzheimer’s Month, is an excellent reminder to keep your mind and body healthy through the years. Experts say that doing so can reduce your risk for cognitive decline. Try taking on these new hobbies to keep your mind sharp as you age:

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Beyond sprucing up your work and living environs, there’s certainly much to love about houseplants, whether it’s the simple act of taking care of something or the fact that some varietals can even improve the air quality in your home (peace lilies, we’re looking at you).

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Woodinville High School rising sophomore Cassidy Hutt dreams of becoming a veterinarian someday, but she isn’t waiting to graduate to help improve animals’ lives. 

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About 150 years ago, Ira and Susan Woodin loaded a boat with their belongings and rowed across Lake Washington to claim 160 acres of land on the Squak Slough (now known as the Sammamish River) and become the first permanent white settlers in the region.

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Molbak’s Garden + Home, the Northwest’s largest independent,  retail garden center, has  announced that Tye Kinnear has been promoted to the position of Chief Financial Officer, according to a press release.  

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The Woodinville Chamber has announced the 2021 Celebrate Woodinville Grand Marshal. The person who holds this title typically has the honor of leading the Celebrate Woodinville Community Parade, but this year will be a little different.

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Did you know many home and yard projects contain hidden dangers for your feet? The good news though, according to foot and ankle surgeons, is most injuries are avoidable if you take appropriate precautions.

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Rotary Club of Woodinville's Rotarian of the Year Pat Ford likely got the award because of her penchant for keeping busy. 

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After its cancellation last year due to the pandemic, the Woodinville Garden Club Tour of Gardens is returning for the 20th year. 

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In a ceremony that looked a little different from years past, the Woodinville High School graduation was filled with reflections and excitement. The seniors were masked and spaced out in chairs on the football field, while a limited audience sat in the stands and others watched the livestrea…

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When the Centro Cultural Mexicano opened in Redmond, its founders envisioned it as a safe gathering place for all types of people – especially those in historically oppressed groups. 

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Although the lights never fully went out on Woodinville High School Theatre Company performances, Zoom productions just never quite fit the bill as a fully adequate replacement for live theater. 

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With a different look than past events, Celebrate Woodinville plans to return this year for a four-week summer concert series. These free community gatherings will feature high-energy bands for all ages at Wilmot Gateway Park on July 14, 21, 28 and Aug. 4. 

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A group of local students and community members, accompanied by two 13-year-old bagpipers, honored the men and women who died while serving in the U.S. military at the Northshore Veterans Memorial outside Pop Keeney Stadium on Monday, May 31.

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Inspired by the rich history of Woodinville's old Schoolhouse No. 23, the city’s newest development aims to honor the past while transforming the space for future generations. 

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