It's often the oddities that pique someone's interest. And that's what happened in November.
The most viewed story on Woodinville Patch in November was about a King County Sheriff's Officer who shot at a man with a Lego gun on Woodinville Duvall road near Cottage Lake. The man, a resident of a nearby group home for developmentally disabled adults, was not harmed in the incident.
The second and fourth most viewed posts on Patch in November concerned claiming she was fired after an affair. Less than two weeks after that story broke, but denying other allegations. The case continues.
Another top story featured Tent City 4 splitting from its parent group after a rape suspect was arrested at their current location – Kirkland's St. John Vianney Church.
Other highly-read posts in November included a floodwatch for Woodinville, which wreaked havoc in other areas but only shut down one lane of a road in the city, as well as the likes on Facebook. We now have a whopping 940 (!) likes on the page and it would make our whole year if we could hit 1,000 ASAP! And yes, you really would have our undying gratitude.
Not surprisingly, many were also interested in elections related articles, including where to drop off ballots in King County and one that keeps getting clicks: Marijwhatnow? Your Guide to Legal Pot Use From the Seattle Police Department.
Finally, posts about St. Nick's weekend (starting Friday with the Community Tree Lighting at Chateau Ste. Michelle) continue to be popular.
What was the top November story in your eyes? Tell us in the comments.