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Edition Date: July 26, 2004  


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Harold Tilbury in the ball turret of the B-17.

Ride brings back memories for World War II vet

by Deborah Stone
Features Writer

Luck was certainly with Harold Tilbury that fateful May day in 1943 when he was forced to bail out of his B-17 bomber over France.

Tilbury was a member of a 10-member combat crew with the U.S. Air Force and on a mission to hit a submarine base in Lorient, France, during World War II when the bomber he was in got hit by German fighter planes.

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Carnation recovers its history

CARNATION – The ball of marble is still missing and the $500 reward awaits someone who can be instrumental in the prosecution of those ...

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‘Crazy for You’ hits the road

Contemplate for a moment the cost and seemingly insurmountable task of organizing a trip for 59 high school students, 15 chaperones, a stage ...

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Amid concerns of West Nile virus – a swamp is created,
courtesy of WSDOT

DUVALL – The low-lying pastureland on the Pickering farm has always been prone to flooding, so when part of it was sold to the state for the ...

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So, are you one of those people who visualize a senior center as a place where wrinkled old people sit around in overstuffed chairs and dim ...

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Kings of Mongrel Folk make magic with their music

DUVALL – Mark Graham and Orville Johnson, two of the most talented, zany and widely-respected roots musicians in the United States, appear ...

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Plans for local Costco facility move forward

Issaquah-based Costco Wholesale plans to build a new warehouse store in the Woodinville area, on about 15 acres along the Snohomish-Woodinville Road.

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Rotary Park playground construction begins

WOODINVILLE — Playground equipment that will be the envy of all public parks is on its way to Woodinville.

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