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Arson charged in fire at Four Corners Tavern

Originally published in the Voice of the Valley, June 18, 1980

The Four Comers Tavern, 26818 Maple Valley-Black Diamond Road, was totally destroyed in an arson fire last week. 352 more words

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The great indoors: A ‘hobby farm’ with a history

Originally published in the Seattle Post-Intelligencer, June 18, 1978

By Joan Mann

Venerable 73-year-old farmhouse with ten bedrooms is the home of Pat Brunton. It also is a Maple Valley institution. 739 more words

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Lake Wilderness offers rest, fun

Originally published in The Seattle Daily Times, June 14, 1950

Newest of resort hotels within a few miles of Seattle is Lake Wilderness Lodge, scheduled for completion this month as an addition to… 218 more words

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New tract at Maple Valley

Originally published in The Seattle Tmes, June 9, 1968

Site preparation has begun on a 200-acre residential area on Cedar Grove Road in Maple Valley by the Four Lakes Development Co. 311 more words

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Screamin’ Eagle swoops down for another ‘kill’ in Cedar River Men’s Boat classic

Originally published in the Voice of the Valley, June 7, 1978

By D’Ann Pedee

They poured it on and then they poured it in.

The team with champagne tastes, the… 334 more words

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History of the ‘Burtenshaw Homestead’ from 1884 to present reveals interesting valley sidelights

Originally published in the Voice of the Valley, June 7, 1978

The following material has been presented to the Voice by Ann Phinney after the sale of the Phinney part of the “Burtenshaw property” they owned many years. 1,189 more words

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Cedar River boat race history: 1940 through 1980s

Originally published in the Voice of the Valley, June 1988

By Rick Fardig

The first Cedar River Boat Race was held in the early 1940s as an endurance race. 2,450 more words

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