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National champions Local athlete takes bronze at Para-Pan American Games. Maple Valley’s Abbey Nardella already made her community proud by being accepted to compete at . Snoqualmie Council passes non-utilities Capital Improvement Plan. $49 million for 27 projects, $10 million for Community Center Expansion. Valley Sports Report is dedicated to providing the most extensive, accurate and well-written coverage of high school and youth sports in the Valley, Tioga Central, Spencer-Van Etten area. Promoting schools and their athletes in an effort to provide scholar-athletes exposure that may lead to future opportunities in athletics at the next level.


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Chamber, city and the school district work together to get kids outside, the valley reporter. The fourth week of August is time to reset for the coming fall season in the garden. Garden centers and nurseries will soon be stocking… Continue reading, the valley reporter.

There will the valley reporter be a grand opening of two new model homes at the housing development site. Rotary Club of Maple Valley leads fundraiser for volunteers who feed first responders. With the exception of my blackberry meltdown last week, I have finally quit mourning my past life and am the valley reporter our new home. It really… Continue reading. The derby took place at Lake Wilderness in Maple Valley over the weekend.

Ken Gruenes spends his retired days the valley reporter art out of tree stumps with his chainsaw. Laura and Atom Coffman from Maple Valley started a nonprofit in honor of their son who passed away last year to cancer. Blackberries are considered an invasive species in United States, because they are not native. They were only introduced to the valley reporter US in the s. Washington state is famous for countless reasons, the valley reporter. The day you died I saw a rainbow so brilliant each color was, vibrant on its own.

I marveled upon its grace, feeling blessed, not… Continue reading. Ten Trails, the 2,acre, mixed-use development in Southeast King County, is celebrating spring and the return of its Hometown Socials beginning Saturday, April Visitors… Continue reading.

Summer fun and learning Turn off the screens and head into Covington Chamber, city and the school district work together to get kids outside Aug 23, the valley reporter, by Danielle Chastaine.

Garden centers and nurseries will soon be stocking… Continue reading Aug 22, by Marianne Binetti. Aaron Crawford headlines Ten Trails event There will also be a grand opening of two new model homes at the housing development site.

The Soup Ladies need a new truck Rotary Club of Maple Valley leads fundraiser for volunteers who feed first responders. May 10, by Ray Miller-Still.

May 9, May 8, by Gretchen Leigh, the valley reporter. May 3, Gardening Gardeners love our veggie-friendly Western Washington climate Here are the most incredible edibles to grow now. May 3, by Marianne Binetti. Always and forever With the exception of my blackberry meltdown last week, I have finally quit mourning my past life and am embracing our new home.

It really… Continue reading May 1, by Gretchen Leigh. Maple Valley wood carver creates chainsaw art Ken Gruenes spends his retired days creating art out of tree stumps with his chainsaw. Apr 26, by Kayse Angel. Apr 25, by Kayse Angel. I can always grow blackberries Blackberries are considered an invasive species in United States, because they are not native.

Apr 22, by Kayse Angel. All things Sasquatch at the Field House Washington state is famous for countless reasons. The thing about rainbows The day you died I saw a rainbow so brilliant each color was, vibrant on its own. I marveled upon its grace, feeling blessed, not… Continue reading Apr 17, by Gretchen Leigh. Visitors… Continue reading Apr 12, Black Diamond.

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Snoqualmie Valley Record

 

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Snoqualmie Council passes non-utilities Capital Improvement Plan. $49 million for 27 projects, $10 million for Community Center Expansion. The Valley Reporter, serving the Mad River Valley and Sugarbush and Mad River Glen ski communities since Local news and local views of Waitsfield, Warren, Fayston, Moretown and Duxbury. William Culbert of Maple Valley passed on January 13, from complications related to Alzheimer’s at the age of He was a career U.S. Continue reading.