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Killed at Palmer station

Originally published in the Seattle Post-Intelligencer, May 17, 1891

J.C. Dillon crushed to death by a railroad train in a peculiar manner

Palmer, May 16 (Special) — While… 126 more words


Sound League to open today

Originally published in The Seattle Sunday Times, May 6, 1906

Twenty-one teams will play among themselves until August 1, when eight highest will begin struggle… 375 more words


One day old engine will be smart, shining, firemen vow

Originally published in the Voice of the Valley, May 2, 1979

By Kurt HildeBrandt

Many hours of volunteer work by members of the Maple Valley Volunteer Fire Fighters Association will be involved before the old 1926 Howard Cooper can be restored to the polished original condition by which it was known when it served as Maple Valley’s first fire engine back in the early 1950s. 897 more words


Women’s baseball in Ravensdale

Originally published in the Voice of the Valley, October 11, 2016

By Bill Kombol

With the Major League Baseball ready to begin, it’s fun to look back over 100 years to a women’s baseball team which played for Ravensdale. 180 more words


Hellos, goodbyes exchanged at Black Diamond Post Office; and some past history comes to light

Originally published in the Voice of the Valley, February 15, 1978

Hellos and goodbyes were expressed last week at the Black Diamond Post Office; goodbyes to… 851 more words


Will Ravensdale be dry or wet?

Originally published in the Seattle Star, February 9, 1914

An appeal was filed this morning by Attorney Thomas Meade against the decision of the county commissioners prohibiting the town of Harrisburg to be incorporated instead of Ravensdale. 102 more words


Retail complex set at Four Corners

Originally published in the Voice of the Valley, February 7, 1979

The expansion of Four Corners into a large shopping center has long been predicted. This week ground will be broken at the northwest corner at Four Corners in the first phase of a building complex for retail stores. 578 more words