Archive for May 29th, 2018

Originally published in the Voice of the Valley, May 29, 1974

Lorraine Windsor of Ravensdale had some unexpected company last Wednesday night.

And you can say that again!

She reminded the Voice that last Wednesday was a bad, windy night.

An Army helicopter suddenly landed in her front yard. Entering her home, one of the eight soldiers told her that they were going back to their base when ice formed on their prop, forcing them to land in her yard or in a nearby wooded area. They chose the yard. (more…)

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Originally published in the Seattle Daily Times, May 29, 1906

Batted McLean and Skillman in hard and timely fashion and played swell ball in field

BLACK DIAMOND, Tuesday, May 29 – The ball game played here Sunday between Renton and the local boys was won by the latter by a score of 9 to 4. At no time during the game did the visiting team have a look in, excepting the seventh inning, when they bunched their hits, coupled with an error, and put four runs across the plate. The game put up by the local boys was the best ever witnessed here. (more…)

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