Northwest NEWS

August 16, 1999

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Duvall's Depot Village will continue to be a mobile home park

Depot VillageDepot Village Mobile Home Park has been purchased by a group that will continue to keep it as a mobile home park, according to former owner Ray Burhen.

Camlann Village Faire offers link to medieval Europe

Camlann Village FaireThe Camlann Medieval Village summer festival is in full swing, offering Old World crafts, knights in armor, minstrels, and evening banquets.

Preston community celebrates as Vision becomes reality

Preston VisionKing County Executive Ron Sims joined with the residents of Preston last week to celebrate several dreamed-of projects that, when complete, will create a regional gateway to the Snoqualmie Valley.

Moviemakers use Duvall for location shooting

moviemakersFilm crews shooting the film A Leonard Cohen Afterworld in Duvall for the last couple of weeks kept a pretty low profile for the most part, since the actual shooting location was at an isolated farm in Cherry Valley.

Woodstack coming in September

WoodstackWoodstack, Duvall's fall festival, will be held this year on Sept. 18. The event features a show 'n' shine classic car/truck show and citywide garage sales.