Monday, Aug. 13
Back to School 2012: Shopping for School Supplies
Who doesn't love shopping for school supplies? Well maybe kids. But parents it's time to get shopping because things are already starting to look picked over at some of our local stores.
Tuesday, Aug. 14
Local Man Looking to Help With Computer Problems - For Free!
Not many people would choose to spend their free time fiddling with troublesome or problematic computers, particularly not if they work with computers at Microsoft all day long as it is. But Woodinville's Ed Priest loves doing just that.
Wednesday, Aug. 15
Woodinville Crime: Multiple Cars Broken Into, Stolen
Here is a list of reported crimes in the City of Woodinville from August 7 to 14.
Thursday, Aug. 16
Have Dog, Will Travel
In the B.D. era (“Before Dog”), I thought the bumper sticker “Dog is My Co-pilot” was really corny. Not that I preferred the original one (a different arrangement of the letters in “dog”), but I just didn’t understand the whole canine-adoration thing.
Friday, Aug. 17
Tot Spot Cafe Closing, Making Way for New Tavern
Woodinville's Tot Spot Cafe, a popular hang out for mothers and their little bundles of joy, will be closing its doors on Tuesday, Aug. 21, and will emerge from a cocoon a few months later as the Collective on Tap, a new venture from owner Kat Stremlau and her business partner Jan Newton.
Northeast Woodinville-Duvall Road to Get Makeover
Northeast Woodinville-Duvall Road is scheduled for repaving next week, just one of several unincorporated roadways that will get a complete makeover this season as King County kicks off its annual pavement overlay program beginning Aug. 20.
Saturday, Aug. 18
Verizon Wireless to Host Free Wireless Workshops in Woodinville
Verizon Wireless is offering free workshops in Woodinville on multiple devices and on a variety of topics.