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Black Diamond updates city park

Originally published in the Voice of the Valley, April 30, 2003

By Kathleen E. Kear

Just in time for summer, the City of Black Diamond crews have been working hard to put the finishing touches on the first phase of a park improvement project at the Tennis Court Park Site at Third Avenue (SR 169) and Park Street. 218 more words


An era will be boarded up when Rogers No. 3 closes

Originally published in The Seattle Times, April 29, 1975

By Stephen H. Dunphy
Times Staff Reporter

BLACK DIAMOND — The days are numbered for the Rogers No. 605 more words


Baseball club formed

Originally published in the Pacific Coast Bulletin, April 26, 1922

Spring had arrived at Burnett when this was written, and the baseball fans had held their first meeting. 820 more words


Two new ball parks are acquired and proposed Miners’ League makes progress

Originally published in the Pacific Coast Bulletin, April 26, 1922

The cause of baseball in the camps, and of the proposed Miners’ League, was materially advanced last week with the adoption by the company of plans calling for the immediate preparation of two new baseball parks—one at Newcastle and the other at Burnett. 704 more words


‘A Night in Hawaii’ to attract record crowd

Originally published in the Pacific Coast Bulletin, April 24, 1924

Employees of The Pacific Coast Company, with relatives and friends, are coming in such large numbers to the semi-annual ball at the Knights of Columbus Hall, Harvard Avenue and Union Street, next Saturday night, that the committee in charge of the affair is preparing to rope off the street, if necessary, to provide space for the dancers. 344 more words


The Good, The Bad, & The Ugly Race Recap: The SUCK Midwest (04.15.2016)

The SUCK Midwest (04.15.2016)

Over the weekend I had the opportunity to crew for The SUCK, so this is my first recap from a semi-spectator perspective. 763 more words

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