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One Falcon, One Family

One Falcon, One Family

The Woodinville High Track and Field team came together for…

Pride Month Discussions at NSD Board Meeting

Pride Month Discussions at NSD Board Meeting

It was standing room only at the May 13 Northshore…

Ultimate Frisbee Gaining in Popularity with Local Youth

Ultimate Frisbee Gaining in Popularity with Local Youth

Baseball, basketball and football have long been kings of the…

Third Quarter Bear Attack Too Much for Falcons

Third Quarter Bear Attack Too Much for Falcons

The end of things is often hard, and that was…

Season Ends After Ridiculous Two Weeks in Everett

Season Ends After Ridiculous Two Weeks in Everett

If network television wanted to create a reality TV show…

Where's Sara? - Poo Poo Point

Where's Sara? - Poo Poo Point

There is no poo pooing the hike to Poo Poo…

BPA honors Woodinville High grad

BPA honors Woodinville High grad

The Bonneville Power Administration presented Vancouver, Washington, resident Brian Ross…

Woodinville News

 

Pride Month Discussions at NSD Board Meeting

It was standing room only at the May 13 Northshore School District (NSD) Board meeting.  The board room was filled to capacity with over 220 people causing attendees to spill into the hallway and...

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Reducing Pollutants from our Environment

Zero Waste Washington, a Seattle-based group, is dedicated to showing businesses and other organizations how to deal with toxic waste and pollutants. On May 23rd, Heather Trim, the group’s Executive D...

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Duvall Day Coming Soon!

“The Best Day of the Year!” is an exclamation often heard from people attending Duvall’s annual “Small Town / Real Life” festival: Duvall Days. This year the festival opens on Saturday, June 1st, and ...

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About Measles

Measles is a highly contagious and potentially severe disease that causes fever, rash, cough, and red, watery eyes. It mainly spreads through the air after a person with measles coughs or sneezes. &n...

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Local Sports

 

One Falcon, One Family

The Woodinville High Track and Field team came together for a fabulous season thanks to the hard work of nine coaches and a whole team of runners, jumpers, throwers and vaulters. The team saw a big ch...

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Molbak’s Supports WHS Football Team

The Woodinville High School Football team will be traveling to San Francisco for their season opener game playing Balboa High School on September 6, 2019.  In an effort to keep player costs low, ...

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Ultimate Frisbee Gaining in Popularity with Local Youth

Baseball, basketball and football have long been kings of the American sporting landscape. In recent years, lacrosse and soccer have surged in popularity too. But now Ultimate Frisbee is making inroad...

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Third Quarter Bear Attack Too Much for Falcons

The end of things is often hard, and that was the case last Saturday morning in Maple Valley. The Woodinville Falcons, just two steps from the State title game, saw their season end in a 11-8 loss to ...

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Police Beat

 

Police Beat - May 20, 2019

DRIVING WHILE LICENSE SUSPENDED, NE 171ST STMale cited and released for DWLS and no insurance after traffic stop.   MISCHIEF AND NUISANCE, 136TH AVE NE5 Students found vaping in school bathroom...

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Police Beat - May 13, 2019

LARCENY – NE 175TH ST Victim reported that she walked away from her shopping cart to look at some items when an unknown suspect(s) stole her purse.   CRIMINAL WARRANT, MISDEMEANOR – REDMOND WOO...

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Police Beat - May 6, 2019

LARCENY SHOPLIFT –  GARDEN WAY NE Suspect stopped after concealing items in purse and then leaving the store making no attempt to pay.   LARCENY, TAKEN FROM BUSINESS –  WOODINVILLE S...

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Valley View News

 

Remembering the Great Piano Drop of 1968 Original harp donated to DFA for cultural center

From his vantage point in the chartered helicopter on the way to his small farm off Cherry Valley Road on that sunny late April day in 1968, Larry Van Over was astonished as he looked down at the unus...

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County Grants Awarded to Local Organizations

Snoqualmie Valley Food Bank, March of the Vegetables, Duvall Days and the Sno-Valley Senior Center are just a few of the local organizations that were awarded money from King County Community Engageme...

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Flood District Grants Available

King County Flood District is now accepting applications for its flood reduction grant program. The organization has $3.64 million available for funding projects that reduce the impact of flooding. T...

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The CHS Stealth Robotics Team went to Worlds in Houston, TX April 17-21st

The Cedarcrest High School Stealth Robotics Team placed in the top 25% of contestants in the Worlds competition. The competition was held in two locations over a two week period in April in Detroit an...

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Valley View Sports

 

Riverview Summer Resource Fair

Learn about summer camps, events and activities, enjoy a food truck, door prizes and more at the free Riverview Summer Resource Fair Saturday, March 2 at Riverview School District Educational Service ...

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Cedarcrest Cross Country Competes at State

The Cedarcrest High School Cross Country squad competed at the WIAA State Championships on November 3, 2018.  The meet was held at Sun Willows Golf Course in Pasco.  The girls cross country ...

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Cedarcrest HS Cross Country – Regular Season Highlights

The 2018 season was going to be a season of change for the Cedarcrest High School cross country team.  Both the boys’ and girls’ squads finished in the top 10 at state in 2017.  However, fou...

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Cedarcrest cross country runners do well at State

Saturday, the CXC squad competed at the WIAA State Championship meet. The meet was held at Sun Willows Golf Course in Pasco where it has been held for 20+ years. Besides the fact that it is the state ...

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