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‘Girlie Club’ of 1962 Seattle Fair opens as family recreation center

Originally published in the Voice of the Valley, September 13, 1989

By Mary Pagni-Leavitt

Remember Gracie Hansen’s famous Paradise International Club at the 1962 Seattle World’s Fair… 677 more words

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Resort operators of three counties organize

Originally published in The Seattle Daily Times, May 15, 1930

Association of owners aims at public benefit

Group forms nucleus of state-wide body; fifty members on roster in King, Pierce, Thurston… 627 more words

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An era will be boarded up when Rogers No. 3 closes

Originally published in The Seattle Times, April 29, 1975

By Stephen H. Dunphy
Times Staff Reporter

BLACK DIAMOND — The days are numbered for the Rogers No. 605 more words

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Fire chief says: Community support needed to maintain 24-hour service

Originally published in the Voice of the Valley, April 10, 1974

By Laura Lorenz

The Maple Valley Fire District 43 will ask for community financial support of $277,985 on May 7th. 412 more words

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Lions break ground for county park

Originally published in the Voice of the Valley, March 28, 1973

Spring activity came early for members of the Maple Valley Lions Club as remains of an old home site were cleared away recently so a dozer could begin breaking ground for the coming King County Levdansky Park near Hobart. 229 more words

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Underground mine fires in Black Diamond area hazardous for tourists

Originally published in the Tacoma News Tribune, ca. 1972-73

By Noelle Fingerson, News Tribune correspondent

BLACK DIAMOND — As one approaches the denuded area, small wispy puffs of smoke can be seen drifting skyward from the porous ground. 724 more words

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Lights at Ravensdale ... argument erupts again

Originally published in the Voice of the Valley, January 9, 1974

The current energy crisis and the voluntary and mandatory restrictions being accepted or imposed as a result of it, has plummeted the town of Ravensdale and its galaxy of 38 outdoor county lights back into the spotlight. 297 more words

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