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Group cleans old trails as a service project

Originally published in the Voice of the Valley, April 23, 1986

Employees of Seattle-based Recreational Equipment Inc., recently chose the old Franklin area of Black Diamond as the site of their annual service project for 1986. 292 more words


Midnight fire does damage at Franklin

Originally published in The Seattle Daily Times, April 21, 1913

Loss estimated at $15,000 when store, depot, warehouse and number of dwellings are destroyed

A disastrous fire which started in the general store of the Pacific Coast Coal Company at Franklin, at the terminus of the Columbia & Puget Sound railway, destroyed the store and contents and swept away the railway station, the store’s warehouse and five dwellings occupied by miners’ families at 11 o’clock last night. 121 more words


Seattle Water Department replacing 2,200 feet of pipeline below Wilderness Village

Originally published in the Voice of the Valley, April 20, 1977

The Seattle Water Department expects to complete its project of replacing some 2,200 feet of pipeline east of Highway 18 and north of Wilderness Village and SE 231st by mid-May, according to… 428 more words


Thermage and Fraxel Black Diamond Awards 2016

Adding to her long list of achievements was the hardworking Belo Medical Group CEO and founder Dr. Vicki Belo as she was recently awarded with two Black Diamond Awards for both Thermage (Skin Tightening) and Fraxel (Skin Resurfacing) laser procedures. 154 more words


Hidden Figures: 1 out of countless untold stories

What a refreshing way to share with the world a beautiful yet painful story of amazing people of colour being great against all odds. A few weeks ago I went into a cinema excited and weary of how this story would leave me feeling. 319 more words


Black Diamond - Trail Ergo Cork Trekking Poles: Review

I had been trying to determine if trekking poles were something that I needed to spend money on for some time. Not knowing if I would actually benefit from the use of a set, they were never really high on my gear wish list. 699 more words

Gear Shed

Tiny spark snuffs out lives of 17 in coal pit

Originally published in The Seattle Daily Times, April 14, 1930

Company, state, and federal investigators say they are at loss to otherwise explain accident

Death, flying through a section of the Carbonado coal mine on a spark, carefully locked away from human knowledge the real cause of the disaster which Saturday evening killed seventeen miners. 3,510 more words