While many first graders are mostly focused on remembering to dot their i’s and cross their t’s, Mariam Kazmi at that age was meeting with her friends outside of school to write full books, one of which they had printed and distributed among classmates. Now 16, the Woodinville High School so…
Local family-owned business Paint and Party plans to close its doors, move and reopen them in time to host youth art camps in the summer.
Dublin doesn’t always wear a bow tie, but when he does, he’s definitely the most dapper cat around. This 5-year-old fluff is full of personality. He’s usually found running around with toys in his mouth, climbing up and down his cat towers, and sleeping hard with his paws covering his eyes f…
Top photo: Anglers were not deterred by the rain and filled the dock to cast their lines on opening day of fishing season at Cottage Lake on Saturday, April 24. The parking lot opened at 4 a.m. and the fishing season officially began at 6 a.m. Bottom right photo: Ilir Dardania, of Bellevue, …
Earth Month might be coming to a close, but planting season is just around the corner. Those looking to plant a new garden or add to an existing one, while helping out the planet, may want to consider native plants.
After 20 years of serving the community with tap, jazz, ballet, hip hop and other forms of dance instruction, Woodinville Dance Academy will be permanently closing its doors May 31.
Woodinville seniors are missing out on some of the biggest traditions of high school: homecoming, sporting events, pep rallies, prom, graduation parties, college visits, lock-ins and anything else that includes a large group of people.
When Locust Cider first opened in Woodinville, it had just one tank in use. As the years have passed, the business adapted to large-scale production in an effort to fit the needs of cider drinkers across the nation, according to Rebecca Spears, vice president of marketing.
The 2021 Woodinville Garden Club Online Plant Sale will open for shopping at 9 a.m. on Saturday May 8 and continue until all plants are sold. Irresistible tomatoes, healthy annuals, deluxe hanging baskets, veggies and handmade wooden garden trugs will be sold, according to a garden club pres…
Craving burgers and brews? Check out Tipsy Cow. Want a pepperoni pizza with extra cheese? Try the Pizza Coop & Ale House. How about Chinese food? Go to Chan’s Place on Woodinville-Duvall Road.
When North Creek High School student Caitlyn Widjaja took her first coding class, she thought it was interesting but found it difficult to see herself pursuing it as a career – mostly because she never really saw people in the field who looked like her.
Recycled water serves as a vital tool to protect rivers and streams throughout Washington, especially the Sammamish Valley, as the region continues to face increasing demands and climate change stressors.
In an effort to keep people engaged during the ongoing pandemic, the Northshore Senior Center recently launched quarterly subscription boxes with themed activities for seniors to stay connected and active.
Sidney is the perfect example of why dogs are called ‘human’s best friend.’ This 10-year-old Terrier mix is everything you could want in your canine companion and more. She’s affectionate, trusting, loyal, and playful. And spunky! This girl has loads of spunk. She will keep your life fun, ac…
Longtime Woodinville resident Dr. Norman P. Johnson is set to release his second physics-based realistic fiction book “Sword of a Thousand Suns” on Tuesday, April 20.
The newly formed Mosaic State Brewers Collective, a collaboration between Reuben’s Brews and Métier Brewing Company, is launching this summer in an effort to develop diverse leadership for the brewing industry.
After much anticipation and months of being sold out of the previous vintage, Lauren Ashton Cellars is set to release its 2020 rosé to the public on April 2-4, according to a press release.
Although nationwide protests in the summer of 2020 were largely centered around racial injustice in policing, the message about systemic racism resonated for many others who decided more could be done in just about every industry.
With the latest addition of Rusty Pelican Cafe in the new Wooden Creek development, the Woodinville breakfast community is about to get a whole lot hungrier.
DeLille Cellars Marketing Director Keri Tawney has fond memories of visiting the old Redhook Brewery. Those memories are a large reason she's particularly excited for DeLille winery's newest expansion.
Mouse McMuffin proves age is nothing but a number. What matters is how you feel on the inside, and Mouse McMuffin feels great! At 18-years-young, Mouse McMuffin enjoys playing with cat nip toys, watching birds outside the window and snuggling with her people. She can often be found snoozing …
Woodinville’s bustling downtown development Woodin Creek recently added a new restaurant that offers “new American” cuisine and a wide variety of local beers.
After a tough decision to close the Woodinville Farmers Market last spring and go on hiatus, the open-air market will finally return in May.
When the pandemic hit, everyday activities screeched to a halt. Schools closed, businesses shut down, and most of us were stuck inside. For students, motivation and attendance were at an all time low. Extracurriculars were experiencing the loss of funding, loss of communication, and most imp…
Despite the pandemic raging on, the Sammamish Valley Alliance continues its partnership with 21 Acres in Woodinville for the fifth annual seed swap — albeit with modifications.
In an effort to advance digital equity, free public Wi-Fi is now available outside most King County Library System (KCLS) buildings via new external hotspots, including in Woodinville. Some libraries plan to open to the public for inside services.
After half a century of service in Bellevue, Golden Steer Choice Meats is opening its second location and bringing its beef to Woodinville.
If you’re looking for a hiking, jogging or adventurer buddy, look no further than Beau! This spunky 8-month-old Hound mix is always ready to go! Beau is a total charmer and everyone that meets him falls in love. He exudes happiness and it’s infectious! Beau is looking for an active adopter t…
Social isolation among seniors is not only linked to numerous negative health consequences like depression and cardiovascular disease, but it’s also a primary contributing factor in financial exploitation and scams. Estimated to affect one in 10 older adults and cost billions annually, the t…
High blood pressure -- the leading risk factor for heart attack and stroke -- continues to disproportionately affect communities of color. Addressing this health inequity is especially important right now, as people with hypertension and serious heart conditions are at an increased risk for …
Long-time Woodinville resident David Scattergood was recently presented with the Presidential Volunteer Service Award (PVSA) for his efforts in drug education and prevention.
In lieu of the typical winter show, students from Woodinville High School’s theatre program are putting together a virtual one-act play festival from behind their computer screens.
The pink pig that’s been perched atop the Horseshoe Saloon in Woodinville might be a little smaller and less famous than its predecessor at Pike Place Market, but it’s still beloved by many.
Wine connoisseurs have mastered the science behind food pairings, such as cabernet sauvignon and red meat or chardonnay and popcorn. At Zerba Cellars in Woodinville, wine is also paired with art on the walls.
Slated to open in the first quarter of 2022, Walla Walla Steak Co. and Crossbuck Brewing will soon take over Woodinville’s historic Schoolhouse No. 23 building.
- WHS sophomore publishes realistic fiction novel
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