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On Dec. 31, Gov. Jay Inslee formally issued an extension of the eviction moratorium, extending all existing provisions and making adjustments to provide additional support for landlords and property owners, according to a press release. The governor initially announced the extension the week prior.

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Laura Guido, designer/reporter at the Woodinville Weekly, has gained a new title: editor.

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Woodinville City Council passed its two-year $94 million budget Dec. 8 along with its six-year capital improvement plan. 

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Three residents managed to safely evacuate their home during an early-morning fire Dec. 15 on the 13900 block of 180th Ave. NE, according to fire officials.

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Going on 17 years now, the Rotary Club of Woodinville continues to honor its winter tradition of providing students with new jackets from Operation Warm Coats. 

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As a result of COVID-19 relief funding from the city of Woodinville, a variety of local resources have partnered over the last few weeks to distribute farm-fresh food to families in the area.

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When Woodinville resident Traci Portugal took an over-the-counter DNA test last year, she’d been looking to answer some questions about her health. She couldn’t have expected it would also lead to a disturbing discovery about her heritage, a subsequent identity crisis, and later a role in tr…

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OLYMPIA –  Washington’s Safe Medication Return Program — a pioneering effort aimed at reducing medication misuse, abuse   and poisonings — went live on Nov. 21, according to a state health department press release.

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Racial and educational justice for all students is a top priority for Northshore School District’s Dr. Michelle Reid, who was recently named 2021 Superintendent of the Year.

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Staff and volunteers at 21 Acres are building the ultimate re-purposed reused, recycled all-electric box truck to move produce from local, sustainable farms to Seattle area chefs and food service providers without contributing negatively to carbon emissions.

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OLYMPIA – On Nov. 13, the Washington State Department of Health reported 2,147 new cases of COVID-19, the highest daily case count since the pandemic began. Just two weeks before, it had announced 1,000 new cases in a day for the first time since mid-summer, according to a DOH press release.…

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A local city councilmember and candidate for state representative have recently invoked unfounded theories on social media, some of which were in response to the Oct. 24 gun incident at Woodinville political demonstrations. 

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The city of Woodinville is not expecting to increase property taxes or dip into its reserves, despite a drop in revenue due to the ongoing pandemic, as part of its approximately $64 million budget proposal, according to City Manager Brandon Buchanan. 

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A significant number of folks in Woodinville, Bothell, Kenmore and neighboring jurisdictions are considered cost-burdened, according to the Housing Development Consortium of Seattle-King County. 

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Preliminary results for the Nov. 3 general election show record high voter turnout and easy victories for local incumbents with approximately 3.2 million ballots returned so far and about 67% voter turnout. 

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OLYMPIA – Data from the Washington State Department of Health show that COVID-19 case numbers in Western Washington counties are climbing at an alarming rate, near or beyond previous peaks in some areas, according to a health department press release. As cases in King, Pierce, and Snohomish …

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Opposing demonstrations on Saturday, Oct. 24 between pro- and anti- Donald Trump groups ended with a man pointing a gun at young women. At 3:30 p.m. police were dispatched to the corner of NE 175th  Street and 140th Avenue NE in Woodinville, said King County Sheriff’s Office spokesperson Rya…

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The Schoolhouse District, also known as the Civic Campus Project and the largest public/private investment in the city’s history, is currently progressing on schedule and will continue through summer 2021. 

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Rep. Roger Goodman, D-Kirkland, is citing long list of “unfinished business” that includes police reform, public schools, affordable housing and behavioral health treatment as reasons he wants to get back to Olympia. 

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To help farmers clear their fields and generate a little extra cash, volunteers at the Sammamish Valley Alliance pushed out the last produce of fall harvest at its final pop-up market Tuesday, Oct. 6.

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Rep. Larry Springer, D-Kirkland, is touting his 15 years of experience in the legislature and his leadership role in the midst of economic uncertainty as he runs for re-election. 

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Woodinville’s planning commission voted unanimously to recommend that city council adopt the six-year capital improvement plan (CIP), during a virtual meeting Wednesday, Sept. 30. 

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MALTBY — Firefighters from Snohomish County Fire District No. 7, South County Fire, and Bothell Fire were dispatched to the scene of a burning commercial building on the 8300 block of Maltby Road on Thursday morning, Sept. 24, shortly after 11 a.m.

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MALTBY — Firefighters from Fire District 7, South County Fire, and Bothell Fire were dispatched to the scene of a burning commercial building in the 8300 block of Maltby Road this morning shortly after 11 a.m.

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EVERETT — The 11th Annual Domestic Violence Services of Snohomish County (DVS) Handbag Auction kicks off at 9 a.m. on Thursday, Oct. 1 and concludes at 5 p.m. on Friday, Oct. 9. 

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KIRKLAND — EvergreenHealth is launching the next arm of clinical research studying the anti-viral drug Remdesivir as a potential treatment for COVID-19. The trial is known as the Adaptive COVID-19 Treatment Trial (ACTT), sponsored by the National Institutes of Health (NIH), was the first cli…

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The city of Bothell is partnering with the Northshore Senior Center to dispense $131,200 in grant relief dollars to eligible Bothell residents who lack sufficient income or resources to meet their financial obligations due to the coronavirus pandemic.