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Originally published in the Pacific Coast Bulletin, August 23, 1923

Three teams, representing Newcastle, Burnett, and Black Diamond, respectively, contested for honors at the Mine Rescue and First Aid Meet held in Newcastle last Saturday, August 18.

Above, the personnel of all three teams is shown, just prior to beginning the first aid problems. Below, the victorious Black Diamond team and the Du Pont and William M. Barnum cups which they won. Black Diamond’s score in the first aid events was 96.4, and in the mine rescue events, 95, making a combined score of 95.7.

Members of the winning team are: Edw. Hale, D.D. Jones, Capt. B.F. Snook, A.G. Wallace, Jack Nichols and Richard Evered. They leave for Salt Lake City, Friday at 3:30 p.m., to compete in the International First Aid Meet on August 26, 27, and 28. (more…)

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Originally published in the Voice of the Valley, August 23, 1978

Long-sought water for Wilderness Village comes nearer everyday as men and heavy equipment dig through the earth and bury the pipe which will connect to the Seattle Water Department pipeline northeast of the Village. The ditch shown above will lead pipe under the Maple Valley Highway.

Long-sought water for Wilderness Village comes nearer everyday as men and heavy equipment dig through the earth and bury the pipe which will connect to the Seattle Water Department pipeline northeast of the Village. The ditch shown above will lead pipe under the Maple Valley Highway.

Any last doubts about Wilderness Village Shopping Center receiving its long-sought public water were dispelled last week as men and equipment moved in to begin the job.

Only one hole in the ground was visible as of last Thursday on the east side of Highway 169 at the Witte Road intersection. That’s near the planned beginning of the tap-in to the City of Seattle Pipeline. The actual connection will be made at the gravel pit, according to Bob Sloboden, manager of Water District 108.

Drilling is now in progress under lie highway, Sloboden added. Before long the pipe, now stacked at various locations around the shopping center, will be placed in the ground, beginning on Witte Road behind the Sea-First Bank. The pipe will proceed to the library only. The proposed professional center near the library is not receiving water at this time, Sloboden said.

“We’re getting the new line in little by little,” Sloboden said. “The contractor should be finished and the water should be flowing around the middle of September.” (more…)

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