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Parents of children in Washington’s public schools are worried. In early June State Superintendent Chris Reykdal announced schools would open in the fall if allowed to by local health officials. Yet within hours of Reykdal’s press conference, the WEA union and Gov. Jay Inslee said they could…

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In past years, Woodinville had a group with no real contacts or humans that called themselves “Ethical Woodinville.” I found their claims to be exaggerations and fear-mongering. When a person sent them letters, there was no response. It got pretty ugly.

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The COVID-19 pandemic is taking over our news feeds, social media, conversations with friends and family — pretty much everywhere we look or listen, you will find a mention of COVID-19. It can be overwhelming for many of us.

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Poison Prevention Week, held during the third week of March, reminds us that some of the deadliest and most dangerous items in our homes are hiding in plain sight. Most of us are aware of the poisons in our household cleaners and pesticides and store them in places like garages or under our …

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January’s winter weather hit Woodinville hard and the season isn’t over. The Pacific Northwest tends to experience snowy and chilly weather well into March. The colder temperatures mean increased use of home heating equipment. Woodinville Fire & Rescue has some simple safety tips and pre…

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Hopefully, by now, the community knows that our Woodinville Chamber puts on quite a show each year with our Celebrate Woodinville summer concerts & festival, as well as the annual Winterfest Holiday Fair & Tree Lighting!

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Our planet is breaking. Human burning of fossil fuels has caused global temperatures to spike at unprecedented rates. This is leading to more and more extreme climate events, like the wildfires in Australia, many more hurricanes, and widespread droughts.

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As we start and plan for a new year, we briefly look back at what it was we just started or accomplished, and move forward with confidence. The very best of Woodinville is its people. The citizens who live here, the people who work here, the people who come to Woodinville to shop or the peop…

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I find it appalling how frequently all the administrators in Northshore high schools are off-campus for the entire day for meetings with the Superintendent.

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This regards the article by Don Brunell entitled “Americans are blessed in so many ways,” in which he tells about the horrors that Communism caused earlier in the century.

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Probably no city in the universe is more dependent upon driver thoughtfulness and courtesy than Woodinville, Washington. That’s because of the heavy volume of daily traffic that’s funneled into the nine blocks of N.E. 175th St., between 131st Ave. NE and 140th Ave. N.E., which has only one l…

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In America, our Thanksgivings range from large family gatherings to Good Samaritans volunteering in soup kitchens, serving turkey dinners to the hungry. Now think about what it’s like in other parts of the world, where people are lucky to have a few slices of bread and some rice to eat.

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I saw red reading Woodinville City Councilmember Elaine Cook’s husband, Andrew Cook’s letter to the editor October 17 edition. He blatantly misconstrued the facts to attack City Councilmembers Susan Boundy-Sanders and Paula Waters.