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Pure Milk Dairy: A credit to Seattle

Originally published in The Seattle Star, August 20, 1915

No doubt exists in the mind of any Seattle citizen that milk products govern, to a great extent, the health of a city. 833 more words


Popular resort is concealed in trees near city

Originally published in The Seattle Daily Times, August 18, 1928

Vacationist may find ideal spot less than hour’s drive from Seattle—if he looks closely

No wonder the Eastern visitor to the Northwest exclaims at the wonderful scenery and wealth of lakes and rivers that abound here. 502 more words


The End of Summer

Well, we did it!  The events that we have had this summer have had a great turn out.  We prayed that we would be a blessing to the community and in faith we believe we have done what God called us to do! 189 more words

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Diamondites have great Labor Day

Originally published in the Voice of the Valley, September 16, 1987

By Eulalia Tollefson

Clowns, cute kiddies, and a carnival atmosphere—all ingredients for a great community celebration—greeted crowds who arrived for one of the best ever Black Diamond Labor Day festivals. 422 more words


Telephone company announces ‘outing close to home’

Originally published in the Voice of the Valley, August 6, 1975

“A family outing close to home” is how Pacific Northwest Bell’s local community relations team describes a Telephone Open House planned for Maple Valley this coming Saturday, August 9. 474 more words


Maple Valley's Dakota Poorman Covers Luke Combs "When It Rains It Pours"

When we saw Dakota Poorman take the stage at The Spur Festival in Darrington, Washington this past June, we instantly fell in love! Dakota took command of the stage and all of our Boot Girls hearts. 238 more words


Don Vernor: He’s been ‘working on the railroad’ for 33 years

Originally published in the Voice of the Valley, August 10, 1977

A number of friends, co-workers, and their spouses brought refreshments and gifts on Saturday afternoon, July 30, to the Maple Valley railroad station to wish… 400 more words