After achieving success for the past few years, the Woodinville High School girls basketball team is ready to defend its status as a top contender this season.
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Since the Woodinville Garden Club first established its scholarship program several years ago, more than $50,000 in awards have been granted to local students with an interest in horticulture.
Funding for a transportation package to cover State Route 202 improvements remains a top priority for Woodinville City Council ahead of the 2022 legislative session.
Northshore School District Superintendent Dr. Michelle Reid filled in for an absent teacher during a physical education class at North Creek High School on Friday, Nov. 12.
Four local organizations were honored for their service to the community during the first annual “Hometown Heroes” celebration at the Sammamish Valley Grange on Thursday, Nov. 18.
The mixed-use project in Woodinville’s Hollywood District has been called different names over the years, such as Farmstead and Wine Village. The property now will be named Harvest, according to a news release from Wood Mountain, LLC.
For the first time in several years, the Woodinville High School women’s swim team qualified in two relays and two individual races for the WIAA 4A state championships at the King County Aquatic Center on Nov. 12-13.
The Snoqualmie Valley Senior Center is bridging the gap and creating meaningful connections between older residents and high school students by offering a pen pal program.
Maryhill Winery, Novelty Hill-Januik and JM Cellars are collecting toys during the first annual “Toys for Tastings” from Nov. 22 to Dec. 12.