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Through the Looking-glass

Looking through the windows of Scandinavia

  

John Malgarini’s zest for soccer still strong after 50

Originally published in the Globe-News, October 20, 1978

By Jim Blubaugh

Over 35 years ago, when John Malgarini was a youngster in Black Diamond, a soccer ball was a major part of his life. 879 more words

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Suspect 7 - Update 2

I started to put some colors down.  Skin, hair and leotards.  #3 actually has black tights on – I need to redo her legs.  I am going to pull away from the Rosy triad towards Fair or Tanned skin, but I thought that would make a good base coat.

Miniatures

Grace and faith builds new church

By JoAnne Matsumura

Black Diamond’s First Presbyterian Church was built under the leadership of Foreman Joseph Metzler in 1910. Rev. David Blythe was moderator for the Seattle Presbytery on September 26, 1910, with 66 charter members. 588 more words

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Lombardini’s market and gas station

Originally published in the Voice of the Valley, December 15, 2009

By Bill Kombol

Shown here is John B. Lombardini Sr.’s market and gas station located at the northern triangle created by the intersection of the Black Diamond-Ravensdale Road and Highway 169. 246 more words

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The company store

By Ann Steiert

Originally published in the BDHS newsletter, February 1994

In almost every story that is written about early company towns such as coal and lumbering towns there is a mention of the company store. 1,068 more words

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