Archive for January 10th, 2020

Originally published in The News Tribune, January 10, 2000

BLACK DIAMOND — The rural community of Black Diamond, a former mining town with a majestic view of Mount Rainier, could become an example of the latest concept in retirement living if a California development company gets its way.

The town is Sacramento-based Jenamar Co.’s first choice for a $100 million rural retirement village for active adults. (more…)

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Originally published in The Seattle Daily Times, January 10, 1906

Information secured by Milwaukee railroad from engineering crews now indicates that route is best

Surveyors kept in the mountains and are continuing investigations of all possible means of reaching coast

Heavy snows retarding final examination and definite announcement cannot be made until all reports are in

The Milwaukee railroad will use, according to indications, Snoqualmie Pass in crossing the Cascade Mountains, entering Seattle by way of the Cedar River Valley. If this route is finally accepted by the Milwaukee the new transcontinental line will parallel the Columbia & Puget Sound from Maple Valley into Seattle. (more…)

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