Archive for September 22nd, 2018

Originally published in the Voice of the Valley, September 22, 1976

Representative Frances North of North Bend says the purchase of ten acres in the town of Black Diamond’s Green River watershed has been approved by separate state agencies that administer funds for the State Parks and Recreation Commission. (more…)

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Originally published in the Enumclaw Courier, September 22, 1911

A sixteen-foot vein of coal has been found by Anton Gortz on his place north of town. He has dug out several tons, and the coal is said to be of excellent quality, better than most of the coal found in this region. (more…)

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Originally published in the Seattle Post-Intelligencer, September 22, 1900

John Leski, a Hungarian, who was, last week, detected in an attempt to dispose of a large amount of copper and brass originally composing a part of a steam exhaust pipe, was given a preliminary hearing before Judge Cann yesterday and bound over for trial to the superior court under $1,000 bonds.

Superintendent Morgan Morgans yesterday positively identified the metal as having been stolen from a warehouse of the Black Diamond Coal Company at Black Diamond several months ago. (more…)

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