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Five generations

Originally published in the Pacific Coast Bulletin, December 13, 1923

Constant reference to the Newcastle “Spirit” has made that camp famous among the mines of the Pacific Coast Coal Company. 863 more words

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Idols & Inspirations

I’m not one to idolize a person. I think once upon a time I had to choose a person for a school assignment. I chose my brother. 72 more words

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Black Diamond tree chosen for lobby at Valley General Hospital

Originally published in the Voice of the Valley, December 7, 1977

Diggin’ around Black Diamond last week produced a potpourri of news items.

The Chick Thompsons… 1,499 more words

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Black Diamond: Ovation, Killington

Ovation at Killington Mountain parallels a chairlift for easy accessibility to repeatedly ski down this intense trail. Ovation is for expert skiers only and is a very popular trail at Killington. 73 more words

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Black Diamond: Shockwave, Sunday River

Shockwave at Sunday River is a Black Diamond that not only requires a good skier but a good skier as well. This trail shows a bunch of different features throughout the ride. 67 more words

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‘New Black Diamond Mine’ employed 500 workers, produced 4,000 tons of coal in two 8-hour shifts

Originally published in the Voice of the Valley, November 29, 1978

Holidays seem to bring visitors, and visitors to our area frequently have questions. There are often questions about coal and its history here. 229 more words

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Ready for a shift underground

Originally published in the Pacific Coast Bulletin, November 29, 1923

These men are not singing the old nursery rhyme of “Rub-a-dub-dub, three men in a tub,” even though the picture does call to mind the childhood jingle. 760 more words

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