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Hellos, goodbyes exchanged at Black Diamond Post Office; and some past history comes to light

Originally published in the Voice of the Valley, February 15, 1978

Hellos and goodbyes were expressed last week at the Black Diamond Post Office; goodbyes to… 851 more words


Will Ravensdale be dry or wet?

Originally published in the Seattle Star, February 9, 1914

An appeal was filed this morning by Attorney Thomas Meade against the decision of the county commissioners prohibiting the town of Harrisburg to be incorporated instead of Ravensdale. 102 more words


Retail complex set at Four Corners

Originally published in the Voice of the Valley, February 7, 1979

The expansion of Four Corners into a large shopping center has long been predicted. This week ground will be broken at the northwest corner at Four Corners in the first phase of a building complex for retail stores. 578 more words


Where Worlds Meet Out on Amazon

At last, ‘Where Worlds Meet’ is out on Amazon.com


And on Amazon.co.uk on


the prequel, ‘That Scoundrel Émile Dubois’ is here free  on Amazon  and on Smashwords… 975 more words


Kangley murderers are still free

Originally published in The Seattle Daily Times, January 13, 1908

Men who held up saloon and killed Samuel Johnson baffle efforts of dogs and sheriff’s posses… 329 more words


Alleged bandit trio nabbed at Black Diamond

Originally published in the Enumclaw Courier-Herald, January 12, 1934

Payroll statement is clue that leads to recovery of loot and arrest of 3 Wednesday

A Pacific Coast Coal Company payroll statement, picked up near the service station operated by… 424 more words


Two men caught in Ravensdale mine; may die

Originally published in The Seattle Daily Times, December 13, 1910

Explosion of fire damp results when fire eats through from old workings in N.W. Imp. Co.’s property… 974 more words