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A combination of sediment and invasive plant species have plagued farm drainage ditches in the Valley for years, but with the help of King County's Agricultural Drainage Assistance Program, farmlands are getting the maintenance they need.
Community Events, September 2016
This November, Duvall residents will vote on the city's Proposition 1, a tax levy to fund improvements to Big Rock Ballfields, a full-time school resource officer and updating the city's technology infrastructure.
Several Democratic precinct committee officers, for the upper Snoqualmie Valley, are sponsoring a "Meet and Greet" for local Democratic candidates, 6:30 to 8:30 p.m. Thursday, Sept. 29, at the Sallal Grange, 12912 432nd Ave. S.E., North Bend.
North Bend's streets and sidewalks will fill with visitors this weekend as the fourth annual Blues Walk returns to downtown. It will be a blues-lovers bonanza with live blues performances staged in 21 venues, large and small, throughout the evening, and admission to all via one ticket.
Representatives from the Snoqualmie Tribal Council, and more than 20 tribe members are going to North Dakota to support the Standing Rock Rock Sioux Tribe in their fight against development on sacred land.