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Plans under way for Labor Day celebration

Originally published in the Voice of the Valley, April 20, 1988

By Eulalia Tollefson

A successful community celebration takes months of advance planning, as past Black Diamond Labor Day committees will confirm. 230 more words

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Flush tank very valuable, but not too pretty for city

Originally published in the Enumclaw Courier-Herald, April 15, 1992

It’s not pretty, but it’s functional.

At least that’s what Bill Lee, Black Diamond’s waste water project construction manager and city consultant, says of the city’s flushing tank recently erected at the Black Diamond Cemetery. 287 more words

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Reminiscences: Afternoon of a boy

Originally published in the BDHS newsletter, April 1977

By Harry Rossi & Norma Gumser

Harry Rossi was ten years old or thereabouts , and it was his chore after school to pick up the trimmings from the Pacific Coast Hotel. 296 more words

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April = Diamond

I have talked before that I didn’t really want a diamond until it was time to get a diamond. Ever since then, Frank says I need a knuckle extension. 535 more words

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Work begins on bank branch at new Four Corners site

Originally published in the Voice of the Valley, April 5, 1989

Ground was broken last week on the 1.3 acre site of the First National Bank of Enumclaw’s new branch at Four Corners. 513 more words

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Worked planned for S.E. 216th crossing

Originally published in the Voice of the Valley, April 4, 1979

Some preliminary work has been completed in outlining safety improvements for the S.E. 216th intersection in Maple Valley, … 715 more words

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And Not Nothings

Sleep falling over her
pretty rosette hair
black diamond eyes
is not nothing

sweet honey lips damp
moments before tasted
sharp salty teasing
it’s not nothing… 120 more words