Archive for August 12th, 2018

Originally published in The Seattle Daily Times, August 12, 1913

Pacific Coast Company stands by agreement with miners but will not let George Ayres return to work

Fifty union miners at Black Diamond have called for their time and will leave immediately for other coal fields, seeking employment. At least that many more have indicated they will move immediately if the “suspension of work” is not called off immediately.

Others of the 710 men who were on the company’s payroll when the miners walked out yesterday were taking a vacation yesterday and today and enjoying the respite from work hugely. (more…)

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Originally published in the Voice of the Valley, August 12, 1992

By Heather Larson

More than 75 people turned out at a meeting here on Aug. 4 to show support for the new county being formed, dubbed Cedar County. Residents from Maple Valley, Duvall, and North Bend, all of which will be contained within the borders of Cedar County, turned out for the kickoff meeting last week. (more…)

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