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Diamond: They’ll be dancing in the streets

Originally published in the Voice of the Valley, July 17, 1974

Three summer street dances are now on tap in or near Black Diamond as residents prepare for their annual Labor Day celebration. 162 more words

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Way Back When.…

Republished in the Voice of the Valley, July 17, 1974

Edited by Dorothy Church

From the Maplevalley Messenger, July 14, 1921

A double defeat at the hands of the Lester and Nagrom teams greeted Maplevalley on their journey into the mountains last Sunday. 139 more words

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Grand jury finds graft in local bridge work

Originally published in the Maplevalley Messenger, July 13, 1922

County commissioners and seven others are indicted by investigating body

Substantiating the charges brought by residents of Maplevalley concerning excessive charges in the construction of a temporary bridge over Cedar River at Maplevalley, the King County Grand Jury Tuesday returned indictments against County Commissioners… 326 more words

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Maple Valley Girl Repping Mariners at Pitch, Hit & Run Finals

Kaiea Higa of Maple Valley is representing the Mariners today at the Pitch, Hit & Run National Finals competition at Petco Park in San Diego. Higa was the top finisher in her age category (11/12 Softball) at the Pitch, Hit & Run Team Championships at Safeco Field on June 12, and her scores placed her among the top three in the nation. 143 more words

County to investigate proposal for aircraft plant in valley area

Originally published in the Voice of the Valley, July 2, 1975

By Bill Ziegner

Weeks of investigation, reams of paperwork, more hearings, and possible appeals appear to lie ahead before… 1,137 more words

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The history of Summit, Washington

Decades ago, this area was named Summit, Washington, by the railroad pioneers when they came into this country. It doesn’t seem like much of a summit in the true meaning of the word, i.e., Webster’s definition: … 150 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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