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Meets death by electrocution: W.S. McDonald falls on a live wire at Lawson coal mines

Originally published in The Seattle Daily Times, October 13, 1904

While adjusting brushes in a high-power dynamo, W.S. MacDonald, electrician at the coal mines at Lawson, near Black Diamond, was electrocuted last evening at 6:30 o’clock. 234 more words

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Development near Horseshoe Lake approved by King County examiner

Originally published in the Voice of the Valley, October 12, 1977

By Dianne Wilson

A preliminary planned unit-development that will completely surround Horseshoe Lake ( 280 more words

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Famous landmark visible by day or night

Originally published in the Pacific Coast Bulletin, October 11, 1923

Thirteen years ago the present rock dump of Mine 11, at Black Diamond, was begun. Though the mine had been in operation for many years prior to 1910, it was then that the present dump was started when the old dump caught fire. 697 more words

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Flaming Geyser Park, ca. 1925

Originally published in the Voice of the Valley, July 28, 2015

By Bill Kombol

In September 1925 the Seattle Post-Intelligencer published an article about Flaming Geyser Park and its unique gas-bubbling spring. 254 more words

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Mine workers to get higher wages: Pacific Coast Co. makes a voluntary advance at its properties

Originally published in The Seattle Daily Times, October 4, 1904

The Pacific Coast Company has inaugurated an eight-hour day and raised wages of all laborers in its mines. 586 more words

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Long fight ended

Originally published in The Seattle Daily Times, October 4, 1919

After a fight with the Board of County Commissioners that has lasted twelve years, the residents of Bartram Junction, three miles northeast of Renton on the Newcastle branch of the Pacific Coast Railroad, are to have a road outlet to the highways of the county. 396 more words

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