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County’s impact report says area can absorb planned aircraft plant

Originally published in the Voice of the Valley, May 28, 1975

By Bill Ziegner

Maple Valley will be able to accommodate the increased population that would result from the construction and operation of Dominion Aircraft according to the Land Use Management Division’s environmental impact statement. 509 more words


Resort operators of three counties organize

Originally published in The Seattle Daily Times, May 15, 1930

Association of owners aims at public benefit

Group forms nucleus of state-wide body; fifty members on roster in King, Pierce, Thurston… 627 more words


May 9, 2016

This has been an interesting 7 months.  We have had lots of people come and check us out and some days we have our regular crowd which is about 10-15.   224 more words

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What Our Blog Will Provide

Hi Everyone, we will be using our blog to update you on events around the Calvary Chapel world, things you might want to be praying for, pictures, thoughts from Pastor Ron, etc.   14 more words

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Descendants feted as post office celebrates its 100 year

Originally published in the Maple Valley Historical Society’s The Bugle, June 2003

Story & photos by Barbara Nilson

Close to 300 people crowded into the Hobart Market May 9th to celebrate the 100th anniversary of the post office. 464 more words



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