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If Corey Bailey wins his race, he will have to resign, and the Black Diamond City Council will be forced to go through an appointment process.
Looking for spooky things to do? We’ve got you covered.
The ordinance was adopted at the Oct. 7 council meeting. The city can start collecting in January.
Welfare checks, threats to harm a dog, and a man reportedly washing his car shirtless.
Watson is the President of the Black Diamond Community Center and the local history museum.
Contract ends two years of mulling the city’s future for fire and medical aid services.
Stolen motorcycles recovered and hit-and-run collisions
Eagles hope to outfit Black Diamond venue for extreme weather events
Buckley will likely present their plans at the next council meeting
Vehicle prowls, a civil standby and burglary
Regional non-profit Bloodworks Northwest faces a shortage of blood donations
Cat scratches on a car, stolen appliances, and several DUIs.
Stolen trash, a missing child, and a stolen catalytic converter.
The City Council estimates a new park will cost between $300,000 and $600,000.
What was supposed to be an exciting election season is turning out to be a bit of a bust.
Carnivals, rodeos, chainsaws, and more!
Stolen lumber, strange storm grate happenings, and a child custody issue.
Deputies have not yet found the man suspected of stealing from people attending a wake
“Donuts” in the lake, an online bait-and-switch, and a broken stop sign.
About 15 Black Diamond locals joined forces to clean up the park.