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Pasado’s Safe Haven will be putting rescued hens up for adoption

  • Written by Valley View Staff

Pasado’s Safe Haven has  rescued 92 battery cage hens to give them a second chance at life. Per the standard practices at egg production facilities, these 2-year-old hens would have been killed after their egg production declined if they had not been rescued. The hens were brought to the Pasado’s Safe Haven sanctuary where their health was assessed, and once cleared will be available for adoption into loving homes that will consider them part of the family.

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Quilt Show: The most colorful event on Main Street

  • Written by Valley View Staff

If you’ve never seen “A Festival of Color!” on Main Street, you’ve really missed something. Mark your calendars now for the 15th annual Outdoor Quilt Show, Sept. 24, 2016. Show hours are 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. You’ll see a fantastic variety of quilts hung on the fronts, sides and inside some shops in Historic Duvall.  

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County: No safety improvements for accident-prone intersection

  • Written by Lisa Allen, Editor

King County Road Services is currently not planning any improvements to the intersection at Woodinville-Duvall Road and West Snoqualmie Valley Road, despite the increasing number of accidents there. The intersection does have a traffic light, but only one left-turn signal and no defined left turn lanes, which tends to cause traffic to back up during times of heavy commuting.

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Carnation Farms will continue to carry torch for service

  • Written by Lisa Allen, Editor

Learn more at community Harvest Festival, Oct. 14-16

CARNATION–Camp Korey may be moving away, but not to worry, Carnation Farms will continue to be a resource for the community and families, assures Elbridge Stuart III, whose family owns the historic property.

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