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Restored ‘trolls’ return to bridge

  • Written by Valley View Staff

DUVALL–The colorful “trolls,” longtime fixtures on the Woodinville-Duvall Bridge, have been restored to their original glory. Last week, after a month-long absence, they were returned to their former locations on the sides of the bridge where their whimsical faces will again delight motorists and pedestrians crossing over the span.

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Allyson Smith and team earn Rise and Shine award

  • Written by Valley View Staff

Every year, the Snoqualmie Valley Community Network hosts a “Rise and Shine Breakfast” to recognize individuals who help create a “caring, resilient Snoqualmie Valley community.”

Nominations for deserving individuals are solicited in the spring for the annual breakfast and awards ceremony in June.
On June 2nd, at the 19th annual event, Allyson Smith and her team of helpers accepted youth Rise and Shine awards for their outstanding work in the community.

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W-D Road to close for two weeks in June for flood damage repair

  • Written by Lisa Allen, Valley View Editor

Other projects will close roads in July and August

At least three construction projects scheduled for this summer will impact traffic in the Duvall area.

By far the most significant of the three will be the late-June/early- July closure of Woodinville-Duvall Road between SR 203 (Main St.) and West Snoqualmie Valley Road.

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TJ Dance presents ‘Let It Go … to Broadway’

  • Written by Valley View Staff

DUVALL–TJ Dance presents its annual all- ages recital “Let it Go … to Broadway” on Saturday, June 20. Classical ballet, hip hop, tap, jazz, lyrical, and belly dance – you’ll find it all in these high-energy performances at Cedarcrest High School Performing Arts Center.

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