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Lake Sawyer log dump

Originally published in the Voice of the Valley, September 9, 2014

By Bill Kombol

This photo by Clark Kinsey shows one of the log dumps of the Lake Sawyer Mill Company, circa 1928. 261 more words

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Wilderness Village Shopping Center to be ‘Sweet 16’ years of age this Saturday

Originally published in the Voice of the Valley, July 12, 1978

By Bill Ziegner

Sixteen years of steady growth and progress will be observed by the merchants of the Wilderness Village Shopping Center this coming Saturday, July 15. 1,112 more words

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Hobart oldsters see school go

Originally published in The Seattle Daily Times, June 29, 1959

By John Reddin

While small boys romped and scuffled nearby, middle-aged parents and oldsters of Hobart, east of Maple Valley, yesterday were busy tearing down the old Hobart country school. 410 more words

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Lake Sawyer is attractive objective of short automobile trips

Originally published in The Seattle Daily Times, June 24, 1923

Beautiful trip close at hand: Trip to Lake Sawyer delights

Lovely body of water, studded with islands, lies straight east of Kent and thirty-one miles from Seattle… 1,481 more words

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Rediscovering the Pacific Northwest: Lake Wilderness

(This is the ninth of a series of articles describing the weekend tours of Joe and Janice Krenmayr of Seattle, who are renewing acquaintance with their home county after nearly five years in Central and South America.) 1,279 more words

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Lake Wilderness dance hall doomed

Originally published in The Seattle Times, May 28, 1977

The famed dance hall at the former Gaffney’s Lake Wilderness Resort, now a King County park, is doomed. 220 more words

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Valley’s fire department grew from dream to reality in 1950

Originally published in the Voice of the Valley, April 23 and 30, 1975

By Laura Lorenz

The Maple Valley Fire Department grew from a dream to actuality in the spring of 1950 when a $500 note was signed by… 925 more words

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