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Six-foot bronze sculpture placed in Wilderness Park—you name it

Originally published in the Voice of the Valley, December 29, 1976

A 1,400-pound bronze sculpture, commissioned last spring by the King County Arts Commission, was installed at the King County Lake Wilderness Park on Saturday, December 11 by the artist, … 386 more words

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Petition drive begins to stop WD 108 plan

Originally published in the Voice of the Valley, December 22, 1976

A vigorous petition drive was launched this week by two groups of property owners in an effort to block proposed expansion plans of Water District 108 into the east Maple Valley-Hobart area. 287 more words

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House by old mill site rekindles memories

Originally published in the Voice of the Valley, December 11, 1974

By Laura Lorenz

A fire during the last week of November gutted the only remaining building of the Sandstrom Mill. 983 more words

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Lake Wilderness, Sunrise over the lake in Virginia

I just bought a new Video Camera so I could begin adding Video to my blogs.  I started a test run this morning by going to the lake by my house and trying to catch the sunrise over the lake.  97 more words

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Removal of Burlington track here could lead to recreation trail

Originally published in the Voice of the Valley, August 8, 1973

By Laura Lorenz

The Burlington Northern is now in the process of removing about two-and-a-half miles of its track leading from the south side of Witte Road through to the southeast edge of Lake Wilderness. 384 more words

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Wilderness Golf Course soon to be in new quarters

Originally published in the Voice of the Valley, June 24, 1974

Lake Wilderness Golf Course and Country Club will move fully to new quarters by the end of July. 447 more words

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Village Days to feature carnival, sales this week

Originally published in the Voice of the Valley, June 13, 1973

Merchants of the Wilderness Village Shopping Center will observe the center’s tenth anniversary this week with what promises to be one of the most exciting and colorful “Village Days” in recent years. 174 more words

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