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Show Street: Answer found for Sally's fans

Originally published in The Seattle Times, April 8, 1962

The Chicago World’s Fair had Sally Rand and her fans.

The Seattle World Fair has Show Street. 211 more words

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RTÉ lodge appeal against decision to refuse planning for support tower

RTÉ have lodged an appeal with An Bord Pleanala following Louth County Council’s decision last month to deny them permission to retain a 30m high operational support tower with associated equipment attached at Clermont Carn in Ravensdale. 67 more words

Business

Meet Gracie—The fair’s ‘Queen of Fun’

Originally published in the Seattle Post-Intelligencer, March 25, 1962

By Jack Jarvis

Writing about Gracie Hansen, whose Paradise International theater restaurant will liven up the nights at the World’s Fair, is a chore only in that anything we write is bound to be pro-Gracie. 450 more words

Towns

The coal fields of Washington

Originally published in the Pacific Coast Bulletin, March 22, 1922

By Geo. Watkin Evans, consulting coal mining engineer, Seattle

The famous McKay coal seam, originally opened at Black Diamond, has either been mined, or traced continuously into the Ravensdale district, at which point it was originally mined some years ago. 510 more words

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RTÉ refused planning for support tower at Clermont Carn

National broadcaster RTÉ have been refused permission by Louth County Council to retain a 30m high operational support tower with associated equipment attached at Clermont Carn in Ravensdale. 67 more words

Local News

99-year-old man died after suffering fatal burns in bath tub fall

An inquest into the death of William Manning from Proleek in Ravensdale heard yesterday how the 99-year-old died after suffering fatal burns when he was scalded after falling into a bath. 443 more words

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Miners mourn four Ravensdale mine victims

Originally published in The Seattle Times, January 30, 1955

By Walter Martin

RAVENSDALE, Jan. 29. Louis Vaiente, one of the four coal miners killed in a cave-in in the Landsburg Mine No. 701 more words

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