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Duvall Days 2019

  • Written by All photos courtesy of Photography Enthusiasts of Duvall

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The Sounds of Duvall Days

  • Written by Grace Kufeldt

Duvall Days celebrated 59 years this year and the annual event has become a showcase for some of the Pacific Northwest’s best musical acts.

From the parade to the Cow Pie Bingo; from the Kids petting zoo to the Boy Scouts’ coloring table; from the musical events to the micro-drone racing and the rock climbing wall, it was a Duvall Days event to remember. The musical offerings were comprehensive with bands including Birch Pereira and the Gin Joints, Champagne Honeybee, and Darci Carlson featured on the Main State at McCormick Park. Morgan Henley summed up the music.

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Duvall Police Anniversary

  • Written by Valley View Staff
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This year marks the 35th anniversary for the Duvall Police Department, and they created a special commemorative badge to mark the event. There are also plans for a community wide event in mid-August that will feature live music and a corn hole competition. Details will be released later.  The special badge was designed by Chief Hert, and will only be worn by officers for this year.

Duvall Police Blotter

  • Written by Duvall Police Department
Marking property that is not yours with graffiti is not cool edition. 
 
Malicious mischief-05/03/2019 @ 5:12PMat McCormick Park: Officers getting ready for the upcoming police bicycle patrol class were flagged down by a citizen who reported vandalism to a city building. Officers rode around the area and located two suspects who were detained. After investigating, officers determined they had probable cause and charges for malicious mischief will be forward to the prosecutor.
 
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"Pooch Party"

  • Written by Valley View Staff

dog parkScouts Ikaika Ward, Ethan Grant and Nolan Jacob, with Ikaika’s dog Hoku’ele, celebrate the opening of the Duvall Dog Park. (Photo by Lisa Allen).

A "Pooch Party" on Friday, May 31, 4 p.m., honored Eagle Scout Ikaika Ward and his friends from Scout Troop 745 who spent 600 hours  creating an off-leash dog park at the Dougherty Farmstead, located on Cherry Valley Road across from the elementary school.