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Black Diamond Labor Days filled with family fun

Originally published in the Voice of the Valley, September 11, 2007

By Kathleen Kear

The fun began on Saturday, Sept. 1st, and ran all the way through Labor Day, Sept. 711 more words

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He had been there: No doubt about Tracy’s presence in Sawyer cabin

Originally published in The Seattle Daily Times, July 18, 1902

Everything moved out and no scent for the hounds

Detailed story of the chase of the past few days… 3,437 more words

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Tracy surrounded, again escapes from Sheriff Cudihee

Originally published in The Seattle Daily Times, July 17, 1902

Since Saturday morning Tracy has been hiding in the woods near Covington with two or three companions—He has been unable to travel owing to the wounds which were inflicted by Deputy Bunce—To prevent blood poisoning wounds were lanced by one of his pals… 2,148 more words

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Gracie’s place: There’s Paradise in Ravensdale now

Originally published in The Seattle Times, July 5, 1963

Although the World Fair’s Paradise International Club will become a place of fun in Ravensdale, it will not quite recapture its old atmosphere, … 125 more words

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Sheriff Hodge will clean up Black Diamond

Originally published in The Seattle Daily Times, June 30, 1911

Deputy Starwich detached to run down Italian criminals who cause trouble in mining communities

Following the receipt of several Black Hand letters by officials and foremen of the Pacific Coast Coal Company at Black Diamond and Franklin, … 537 more words

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Hobart oldsters see school go

Originally published in The Seattle Daily Times, June 29, 1959

By John Reddin

While small boys romped and scuffled nearby, middle-aged parents and oldsters of Hobart, east of Maple Valley, yesterday were busy tearing down the old Hobart country school. 410 more words

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Black Diamond couple promised each other a rose garden

Originally published in the Voice of the Valley, June 14, 1978

By George and Dianne Wilson

Over 350 roses, more than 150 tuberous begonias, plus much, much more can be seen in… 1,038 more words

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