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In an effort to help Northshore School District evolve beyond the pandemic and into the future, four mothers are vying for the open District 5 seat on the school board of directors. 

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The King County Library System (KCLS) encourages King County residents of all ages to participate in its annual Summer Reading Program from June 1 to Aug. 31, according to a press release. 

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In a continued effort to oust the current Northshore School District board of directors, a group of parents and kids gathered outside the district offices on Monday, May 24 to protest the slow return to in-person learning. In attendance were various candidates vying for positions on the boar…

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A man was burned, and 10 others were displaced in a fire at Timber Ridge Condos in Woodinville on May 12, according to Woodinville Fire & Rescue spokesperson Catherine Breault. 

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On April 16, a King County Superior Court judge reversed an earlier decision related to the wildly contested Adult Beverage Ordinance, continuing a longstanding legal battle between the county and a local advocacy group. 

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In light of Earth Day, Woodinville City Council is taking action to identify and investigate city-centric adjustments that will positively and inexpensively impact the local environment.

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Looking ahead to the next six years, King County aims to continue programs that focus on health and well-being for children and families throughout the region, along with new investments to improve access to child care for families with low incomes. 

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As the end of the mostly virtual legislative session drew near April 25, lawmakers passed a hefty $59 billion budget that will funnel millions into childcare, public health, rental assistance and addressing the economic impact of a yearlong global pandemic. 

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As some students in the Northshore School District return to in-person learning on a hybrid schedule, a group of parents claim the board members have not done enough to get kids back into the classroom.

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A tax credit for working families in Washington passed the Senate in a bipartisan vote April 11, with lawmakers on both sides saying the exemption for low-income earners was a long time coming. 

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Early childhood care and education in the state would see sweeping reform through the expansion of affordable child health and learning services, if a bill in the state Legislature wins approval.

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After more than a year of planning to put a proposed merger of Woodinville Fire & Rescue and Northshore Fire Department on the ballot, firefighters from both districts are coming out against the move. 

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Northshore School District’s Early Childhood Education Programs are now enrolling eligible children, ages 3-5, for preschool. Programs include both tuition-based and free options. The preschool and kindergarten years are among the most critical in a child's life to influence learning. The No…

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After nearly a year of rescuing food and feeding communities in need, International Nutritional Sustainable Partners (INSP) is now officially registered as a nonprofit. 

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While 2020 was primarily focused on a response to the pandemic, King County is dedicated to economic recovery and vaccine distribution in 2021, according to King County Councilmember Claudia Balducci.

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