Newspaper Archive of
Woodinville Heritage Society
Woodinville, Washington

Newspaper Archive of
Woodinville Heritage Society

Digital Newspaper Archive

of the Woodinville Heritage Society


            The early families and activities of Woodinville were first chronicled January 1, 1903, when the Bothell Independent began publication. The newspaper served the pioneer communities of Bothell, Kenmore and Woodinville…. collectively labeled 50 years later as Northshore (referring to their shoreside location on Lake Washington). Each is an incorporated city today.

            The newspaper coverage for Woodinville varied over the subsequent 100 years, including the Bothell Sentinel, Bothell Independent, Bothell Citizen, Northshore Citizen and Woodinville Weekly. Viewing access to those newspapers ranges from library and university microfilm to yellowed hard copies at the Woodinville and Bothell museums.

            Today, the publication years of 1940-1960 can be viewed at the linked website of the Woodinville Heritage Society at The earliest years (1908-1939) can be found online via the Bothell Historical Society website. There are missing copies and sometimes the newspapers ceased to publish and then began again under a new banner. But, eventually, the full range of newspaper years through the present will be found online, once the Kenmore Heritage Society completes the time span.

            The Woodinville Heritage Society contracted with SmallTownPapers, a Shelton, WA company that specializes in digital preservation of small weekly newspapers, to have our archived issues digitally scanned for posterity. Processing of the images makes it possible to offer key-word and name-search capability. Essentially, the site 'reads' thousands of newspaper pages in mere seconds to find specific names, articles and information for you. Before long, all available issues will be scanned and may be reviewed online through the web-hosting arrangement between the Woodinville Heritage Society and     


Click here to access Bothell Sentinel and Citizen 1908 - 1939.



Click the links below to access 1940 - 1960:

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Our Organization


For information, contact Woodinville Heritage Society, now in our 40th year as a historical organization:


14121 NE 171st Street

Woodinville, WA 98072

(425) 402-0750

mailing address: P.O. Box 216

Woodinville, WA 98072


We are an all-volunteer group and a 501(c)3 organization.


The Society\'s mission is to acquire, preserve and perpetuate the artifacts and history of the greater Woodinville area.


Our special thanks to King County 4Culture,




 Bothell Historical Society and Kenmore Heritage Society for partnering with us in this digitizing endeavor….and our gratitude to the Bothell Regional Library for entrusting its microfilm records of early newspapers.