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It is with profound sadness we announce the death of Kenneth Garry Korven by suicide.
Wed May 22, 2013
Woodinville council OKs police cameras in pilot program
The Woodinville City Council gave the go-ahead Tuesday night for the purchase of police-surveillance cameras on roads and other public locations.
Tue May 21, 2013
Council discusses CBD, GB permitted uses
The Chrysalis School, an independent private school, will be allowed to reopen next school year in a new location after the city council unanimously passed an ordinance allowing secondary schools for seventh to 12th grades in the Woodinville's industrial zone.
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Couple arrested in poolroom death
Lakewood police arrested a couple Monday in connection with a poolroom assault that killed a 47-year-old Woodinville man last week.
Sun May 19, 2013
Volunteers work to finish man's dream home
John Norman was building a dream home for his family in Woodinville. He died in a tractor accident last week, and now his friends plan to finish what he started.
Wed May 15, 2013
Woodin Creek Village Development approved
Tuesday's city council meeting resolved the ongoing debate about the Woodin Creek Village Development in downtown and sparked discussion about a new issue - which businesses would be permitted in Woodinville's business district.
Redmond Ridge Library Express Set to Close May 31
Redmond Ridge residents will have to travel to the downtown Redmond Library or another branch to pick up books starting next month.
New school and grade level reconfiguration could ease crowding
The Northshore School District plans to build a new high school in the northern end of the district to deal with overcrowding, Superintendent Larry Francois announced at a meeting between the school district and the Woodinville, Bothell, and Kenmore city councils on May 9. Along with reconfiguring grade levels and adjusting the boundaries that ... (more)
Tue May 14, 2013
Longtime President of Woodinville Fitness Company to Retire
President Paul Byrne announced today in a news release that after 28 years with Precor , including 13 as President, he will retire on Sept.
There's a New Patch App on the Way
We've redesigned Patch and the Patch app. The news looks better and it's easier to comment on.
New water district commissioner chosen
Rick Chatterton will replace Tim Matson on the Woodinville Water District Board of Commissioners, the current Board decided at a meeting on April 30.
Detectives seek good Samaritan in Cossey murder
Earl "Coss" Cossey, 71, was found murdered in his Woodinville home on Friday, April 26.
Want to taste Walla Walla wines? Visit Woodinville
But despite the nice, and usually drier, change of scenery, the six hour-plus drive can be a sticking point.
Paul Byrne stepping down as Precor president
Paul Bryrne , president of Woodinville-based exercise company Precor, said he'll retire Sept.
Mon May 13, 2013
Pain at the Pump: Gas Prices Nearing $4 Per Gallon in Woodinville
Gas prices in the Woodinville area are approaching the $4 mark for a gallon of regular unleaded fuel as road trip season approaches, but prices aren't expected to reach the levels seen in 2012.
Wild Crash Injures Woman After Police Chase Begins in Bothell
UPDATE, May 13, 10:10 a.m.: The chase that ended in a crash in Everett late Sunday night began when Bothell police spotted a stolen pickup truck in the Canyon Park area near the 22100 block on 17th Avenue Southeast, according to a Bothell Police Department press release.
Sun May 12, 2013
Fire Destroys Home in Tuck Lake Neighborhood Near Duvall
Fire crews from five departments responded to a fire that destroyed a home in the Tuck Lake neighborhood near Duvall on Thursday, May 9, according to Woodinville Fire & Rescue officials.
Showing Up with Mom
If you were lucky enough to have your mom show up for horse shows, today is the day to thank her for it.
Need a good Cabernet Sauvignon? Here are 8
The Northwest, particularly Washington, has distinguished itself in recent years as a prime region for the king of wines.