FFA gets lost in maize!

  • Written by Meg Knox, Cedarcrest FFA Reporter

October 19th was a special night at Bob’s Corn Maze and Pumpkin Farm! Fifteen members from Snohomish FFA and 26 Cedarcrest FFA members gathered for a night of fun and camaraderie, sleuthing their way through the corn maze and enjoying laughs and a beautiful fall evening.

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Duvall City Council election results

  • Written by Valley View Staff

Early results from the November General Election show Duvall City Council position 2 incumbent Leroy Collinwood ahead in the tallies with 490 votes (57.18 percent of the votes).

Challenger Veronika Williams received 360 votes (42.02 percent).

Ballots are still being counted. The results will be certified Nov. 24.

King County volunteer opportunities

  • Written by Valley View Staff

Please come volunteer to help improve King County Parks’ stream corridors and urban forests.

Spend some time planting native trees and shrubs along our major rivers or in our urban parks.  

Native trees and shrubs improve the area for wildlife and improve water quality.

To join a Planting Event please register and get directions by contacting Tina Miller: Natural Lands volunteer coordinator. Phone: 206-477-6112; email: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..">This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

Cedarcrest forestry team travels to Grays Harbor

  • Written by Valley View Staff

On October 20, the Cedarcrest FFA forestry team traveled to Grays Harbor College to compete.  

They competed excellently and placed 3rd highest team, missing 1st place by 20 points.  Micah Mutch, FFA secretary, exclaimed that, “It was lots of fun and a great experience.”  

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Duvall-based Wild Fish Conservancy sues federal agencies for allowing harmful Atlantic salmon net pens in Puget Sound

  • Written by Courtesy of Wild Fish Conservancy

Last week, Wild Fish Conservancy filed legal action against the United States Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) and the National Marine Fisheries Service (NMFS) for violations of the Endangered Species Act (ESA) associated with the agencies’ continued dismissal of the harmful effects to threatened salmonids from commercial Atlantic salmon farms in Puget Sound.

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