Cedarcrest High School receives Outstanding Agriculture Program Award

  • Written by Valley View Staff

LEXINGTON, Ky. – The agriculture program at Cedarcrest High School in Duvall, Wash., has been selected as the 2014 Washington Outstanding Middle/Secondary School Agricultural Education Program.  

State Outstanding Agriculture Program Award winners are outstanding agricultural education programs at either a middle school or high school.  Applicants are judged on a variety of criteria, including teaching philosophy, effective classroom and experiential instruction, development of partnerships, and professional growth.


Taste of Music kicks off on Friday, Aug. 15

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Historic Downtown Snohomish presents the 7th annual Snohomish Taste of Music. Three days of delicious live music, Friday through Sunday, August 15 – 17.

Two years in a row, Snohomish Taste of Music garnered the Washington state “Best in Blues Award” for a non-blues festival.

In 2012, Snohomish’s own WIRED Band (winner of the state semi-finals at the 2011 Taste of Music) won the coveted International Blues Challenge “Best in Blues” Award in Memphis, Tenn. This year you’ll get the blues, but also jazz and funk.

Only $5 per day gets you all-day access to the Main Stage and the “Libation Garden” located at the Carnegie Building, 105 Cedar Ave, Snohomish.  

Schedule: Friday, Aug. 15: 5-9 p.m., Saturday, Aug. 16: noon – 9 p.m., Sunday, Aug. 17: noon – 6 p.m.
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Check presentation to Bridge of Promise for summer camp

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The Rotary Foundation of Duvall presented a $10,000 check to Bridge of Promise on July 16 at the office of the Riverview School District.

The funds were allocated from projects of the Rotary Club of Duvall (RCD) whose Foundation received matching funds from Rotary District 5030. Foundation President Beverly Jacobson and Club Past President David Hajek presented the check to Sally Coomer, founder and Cindy O’Neill, board chair,  Bridge of Promise.


Snoqualmie Railroad Days steams into town Aug. 15, 16, 17

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What’s Special About This Year? 

The Steam Era returns to Snoqualmie! This summer is the 125th anniversary of passenger train service to the Valley. On July 4, 1889 the inaugural run was a day trip from Seattle to Snoqualmie Falls. The excursion was operated by the M.E. Church Society over the lines of the Seattle, Lake Shore and Eastern Railway Company.

Now, 125 years later during Railroad Days, the Northwest Railway Museum brings steam train excursions  back to Snoqualmie.

During Railroad Days, the Santa Cruz and Portland Cement locomotive 2, a 1909-built Porter locomotive, will let you step back in time to the early days of Snoqualmie.

Online ticket sales begin in August for the Steam Train excursions.

For more information, visit or call (425) 888-3030.

Radio Duvall looking for program material and show hosts

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Duvall’s new radio station (Radio Duvall) is a community run radio to open the airwaves to local people, informative programs and to be a media outlet for educational training purposes.

Radio Duvall is a 2014 LPFM license grantee.  


KRDI is now accepting programs and show hosts and is asking the following:
What message do you want to get out?
Do you have a show already?
Are you interested in being a DJ for local music shows or live broadcasts?
Do you want to be involved on the scene or behind the scenes.
Students welcome!
Get your voice heard. Sign up today!
Gain experience in the field of media while serving your community!  Give time, talent or treasure — get involved today! Ask us!