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Originally published in the Seattle Post-Intelligencer, May 7, 1961

One of the highlights at big festival: Queen Darlene Jones and Princess Sandy Di Martino in pony carts. (Post-Intelligencer photos by Phil H. Webber.)

One of the highlights at big festival: Queen Darlene Jones and Princess Sandy Di Martino in pony carts. (Post-Intelligencer photos by Phil H. Webber.)

Maple Valley paraded its progress yesterday along trails cut by cows in the days when the guests of honor were young pioneers there.

In the reviewing stand were some who remember those pioneer days and others who are descended from founders of the community, first settled in 1879. (more…)

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Originally published in The Seattle Daily Times, May 7, 1906

Sheriff Smith inaugurates a campaign against disorderly element at Black Diamond and other mining camps

By the arrest this morning of Mrs. Aluka Johnson at Black Diamond, Sheriff Lou Smith has made the first move in a campaign he has inaugurated against the lawless element of that and other mining settlements. Mrs. Johnson is locked up in the county jail charged with maintaining a nuisance, having been brought in by Deputy Sheriff Bob Hodges. (more…)

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