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'Ravensdale' by Lucinda Elliot - Just Awarded the B.R.A.G. medallion for Outstanding Self-Published Fiction

I’m celebrating on two accounts.

One, I have won a second award.

I’ve just heard I’ve won a B.R.A.G medallion for ‘Outstanding Self-Published Fiction’ for my historical romance spoof ‘Ravensdale’. 722 more words

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Hobart pioneer Krall family

Originally published in the Voice of the Valley, April 7, 2009

By Barbara Nilson

[Saturday, April 18, 2009, the Louis Krall family shared memories of growing up on their farm established in 1911 on the Hobart-Taylor Road. 545 more words

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The Kos family

Originally published in the Issaquah Press, March 14, 1990

Around the turn of the century, Paul Kos left his wife and family behind in Yugoslavia (then Austria-Hungary) to find a better life in America. 259 more words

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Ravensdale folks proud of their new post office

Originally published in the Voice of the Valley, February 26, 1975

A modern, well lighted building, with lots of room and a pump for air-conditioning and heat has now replaced the old, wooden-structured Ravensdale post office. 178 more words

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Not for buggies

Unfortunately Ravensdale Forest is neither buggy-friendly nor accessible (unless you’re mountain biking). We were on a day out, just the two of us, but brought our pal Piglet along for verification. 101 more words

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Entombed miners not released from pit

Originally published in The Seattle Daily Times, December 20, 1917

Frantic efforts are being made to reach six men caught in workings of colliery in Wilkeson… 583 more words

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The light at the end of the tunnel

Originally published in the Voice of the Valley, July 5, 2016

By Bill Kombol

You’ve heard the phrase, “the light at the end of the tunnel.” This photo of the gangway level of the Rogers No. 180 more words

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