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Scouts build ’em, then paddle ’em

Originally published in The Seattle Times, May 21, 1980

By Cathy Reiner
south Times bureau

MAPLE VALLEY — “Boom-crunch, boom-crunch-crackle-boom!”

In the echoing garage the noise was almost deafening as… 630 more words

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Scenes from Lake Wilderness

Don’t you wish you could walk down this road?

Or rest by this lake?

Or dream by this stream?

We did.  At Lake Wilderness in Maple Valley. 8 more words

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Lake Wilderness Trail & Arboretum

One thing about selling an RV, and about which I could make a whole post, is that people are insane. They call to ask every question that’s been addressed in the listing. 769 more words

Progress: Maple Valley folk parade in tribute to settlers

Originally published in the Seattle Post-Intelligencer, May 7, 1961

Maple Valley paraded its progress yesterday along trails cut by cows in the days when the guests of honor were young pioneers there. 282 more words

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Fishing facts and fables

Originally published in the Voice of the Valley, May 2, 1979

By Mondell Merlini
Maple Valley Sport Shop

Most of you probably would like to forget the Opening Day. 538 more words

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One day old engine will be smart, shining, firemen vow

Originally published in the Voice of the Valley, May 2, 1979

By Kurt HildeBrandt

Many hours of volunteer work by members of the Maple Valley Volunteer Fire Fighters Association will be involved before the old 1926 Howard Cooper can be restored to the polished original condition by which it was known when it served as Maple Valley’s first fire engine back in the early 1950s. 897 more words

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Eager Maple Valley awaits first Queen’s Parade May 6

Originally published in the News Record, April 27, 1961

Bands will play and flags will fly in Maple Valley next week when the first annual Queen’ s Parade of the Maple Valley Community Club starts its march at the Junior High School at 2 p.m. 313 more words

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