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$9,00 total was donated to the center, the Shop with a Cop event and the Enumclaw Schools Foundation.
Suffering from sudden cardiac arrest, Joe Moore was saved by the quick thinking of his wife and the fast response of the BDPD.
The Black Diamond Police Department honored Jack Reich as their Police Chief for a Day.
By 2040, more than a quarter of King County’s population will be seniors. Healthy lifestyles and social engagement are keys to living long and living well.
It was hard for the McFaddens to find a home, with houses flying off the market within days, even hours. So they told their agent to stop looking at what’s already been built, and start searching for what is going to be built, leading a family of six to the Black Diamond development.
Black Diamond Miner’s Day is set to be a day of fun for the whole family. The event, located on Railroad Avenue in Black Diamond,… Continue reading
Sumner, Bonney Lake, and Buckley will be seeing rate increases in July, with Black Diamond’s service provider also looking to raise their rates.
The Boots and Badges game is back to support Jack Reich from Black Diamond.
The Department of the Interior has granted a permit to resume mining at the Black Diamond location.
Danny Avila of Enumclaw and Trinidad Ramirez Ramirez of Black Diamond were two of 12 people arrested.
For the past 10 years, city employees have received one or two 1 percent COLAs, had three dozen furloughed work days, and had hours or positions cut, increasing their workload.
At first, the plan to grow the council to seven elected officials looked to pass. Then council members changed their minds.
The Black Diamond Police Department honored Hunter with a police procession.
The South King Youth Shelter is open and running once again.
Chris Wisnoski was nominated and confirmed unanimously to the Position No. 5 council seat.
Councilwoman Pat Pepper will most likely be recalled as soon as the February special election is certified Friday, Feb. 23.
A King County judge found Black Diamond Councilwoman Pat Pepper and former council members Brian Weber and Erika Morgan violated the state’s Open Public Meetings Act. The defendants settled the lawsuit last week.
In a summary judgement hearing, King County Superior Court Judge Janet Helson said she was troubled by both the actions of Black Diamond Mayor Carol Benson and former City Council majority Pat Pepper, Brian Weber, and Erika Morgan over the last two years concerning potential Open Public Meetings Act violations.
The new Black Diamond City Council wasted no time on settling in and testing the political waters. On their first meeting of the year, new Councilwomen Melissa Oglesbee and Erin Stout and returning Councilwomen Tamie Deady and Janie Edelman marched through a long list of agenda items, many of which reversed council policies and goals set over the last two years.