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Are you looking for a church that teaches the Bible? If you are, you have found it! 

We are Calvary Chapel.  We are affiliated with Calvary Chapel Eastside, in Bellevue, and with the many other… 376 more words

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Over crossing contract in hands of Milwaukee R.R.

Originally published in the Maplevalley Messenger, April 27, 1922

Pacific Coast Company gives bridge O.K. and contract is sent to Milwaukee for approval

The contract for the construction of an overhead crossing on the Milwaukee railroad at Maplevalley, and the elimination of the present dangerous grade crossing has been approved by the Pacific Coast Co., and is now in the hands of the Milwaukee railroad. 63 more words


Bamboo Flooring

✔  Sustainable    ✔  Durable     ✔  Natural

Bamboo flooring isn’t a hardwood, because bamboo isn’t actually a tree. It is actually  a large and sturdy member of the grass family. 206 more words

#BookReview: Like Never Before by Melissa Tagg

Like Never Before by Melissa Tagg

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Maple Valley became Amelia Bentley’s haven after her heart and her dreams of a family were shattered. 493 more words


Consensus at zone hearing: ‘Keep it like it is,’ Valley residents say

Originally published in the Voice of the Valley, April 19, 1972

By Laura Lorenz

Close to 300 Maple Valley and Black Diamond citizens met April 13 at the Tahoma Junior High School to discuss this area’s land use zoning problems and to contribute their opinions on how the future updated code should be developed. 738 more words


Melissa Tagg's Like Never Before Proves You CAN Go Home Again

When Logan comes home to Maple Valley to visit his father and siblings, he meets Amelia, local newspaper editor and big fan of his speechwriting. He’s trying to figure out where he belongs, and she wants to support the community that has adopted her and keep her beloved newspaper in business. 219 more words

Book Review

Man Accused Of Hitting Kids At Bus Stop Appears In Court

SEATTLE (AP) — A 19-year-old man who authorities say drove a pickup truck on a suspended license and slammed into children at a school bus stop in a small town outside Seattle has appeared in court. 122 more words