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Even little Selleck seems to have its ‘water woes’

Originally published in the Voice of the Valley, October 4, 1978

Residents and neighbors of the Selleck-Kangley community in southwestern King County are calling a Townhall Meeting on Tuesday, Oct. 371 more words

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Valley firemen seek needed improvements

Originally published in the Voice of the Valley, October 2, 1969

Maple Valley firemen will seek voter approval of a $65,000 bond issue on the Nov. 161 more words

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Amazing Gracie: Now it’s a true community center

Originally published in The Seattle Times, September 14, 1989

They will be serving punch and cookies and shooting basketballs Saturday at the Gracie Hansen Community Center, a far cry from the days of whiskey sours and topless dancers. 624 more words

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Town put in wrong place: Surveyor’s error robs Ravensdale of municipal honor

Originally published in the Enumclaw Herald, September 12, 1913

Because J.M. Pott, a surveyor of Tacoma, had located the new incorporation of Ravensdale on range 7 E, instead of range 6 E, where it actually is, the town finds itself in a pretty tangle and faces the necessity of unscrambling itself municipally. 62 more words

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Strike at the Leary mine: Increased wages are refused and 150 men walk out

Originally published in the Seattle Post-Intelligencer, September 9, 1900

Want ten cents per car more

Outside or common laborers asked for a raise from S2.25 to $2.50 a day—coal mine owners declare that the property will lie idle if they cannot find men willing to work for the old wages… 299 more words

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Black Diamond Labor Days filled with family fun

Originally published in the Voice of the Valley, September 11, 2007

By Kathleen Kear

The fun began on Saturday, Sept. 1st, and ran all the way through Labor Day, Sept. 711 more words

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He had been there: No doubt about Tracy’s presence in Sawyer cabin

Originally published in The Seattle Daily Times, July 18, 1902

Everything moved out and no scent for the hounds

Detailed story of the chase of the past few days… 3,437 more words

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