September 13, 1999
Fall City Subarea Plan recommendations go to County Council
The Urban Reserve zoning is out, livestock are in, town boundaries are reduced, sewers are banned, and some potential business zoning in town is changed to residential.
Holy Innocents celebrates 85 years
On a hillside overlooking the Snoqualmie Valley, Holy Innocents Catholic Church members gathered last Sunday to remember the past and plan for the future--a future that will bring the church full circle.
Another traffic light will go up in Duvall
A new traffic light will be installed at the corner of SR-203 and Stephens, probably by next February, City Engineer Elizabeth Goode told the City Council last week.
Woodstack this weekend
Duvall will be celebrating its 7th annual Woodstack Auto and Truck Show 'n' Shine and its 2nd annual Country Junkin' Day this Saturday, Sept. 18.
The last fruits of summer
Duvall residents Linda Christians and son Kory, 5, gather blackberries for jam last week at McCormick Park.