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Editor’s Note: With the general election five weeks away and ballots soon to be in the hands of voters, the Reporter is publishing a three-part… Continue reading
Don Stevenson, who has walked more than 55,000 miles since 1998 as the Pacing Parson, is planning a 300 mile trip around Auburn to raise $10,000 for the Fred Hutch Cancer Research Center.
August 25, 2017 - There are many sides to battling addiction, as Angie Keaty and Haley Pendergraft know all too well. There’s the endless fight… Continue reading
Before we even get into this, I need to say that I loathe the term “alt-right.” I know, I know, I used it in my… Continue reading
After spending nine months playing defense against an Open Public Meetings Act lawsuit, the Black Diamond City Council majority is looking to go on the… Continue reading
Fire chief suspends man over allegations of racists statements, resigns the next day
The Black Diamond recall attempt against Councilwoman Pat Pepper continues to roll along after the state Supreme Court ruled against a motion to stay signature… Continue reading
After a bout of court moves, Black Diamond residents are once again collecting signatures to put a recall measure for Councilwoman Pat Pepper on a… Continue reading
Program gives comprehensive data on the number of homeless people and more information on causes.
Arbitrator rules questions were “premature”
The King County Superior Court has approved a recall petition against Black Diamond Councilwoman Pat Pepper
The developer alleges the council majority – Pat Pepper, Erika Morgan and Brian Weber – have violated the 2011 funding agreement by not maintaining a functioning Master Development Review Team for the developments growing in the city.
Black Diamond residents have tossed around the idea to file a recall vote for two councilmembers
Better late than never, right? Last week, the Black Diamond City Council passed its 2017 - 2022 Transportation Improvement Plan, which was more than three-quarters… Continue reading
The King County Superior Court recently clarified its most recent ruling in the OPMA case
Judge rules on OPMA case
Black Diamond residents are probably sighing in relief
King County Superior Court Judge is considering whether or not to grant council members preliminary injunction and order the city to pay for their defense
The Open Public Meeting Act lawsuit against the city of Black Diamond has started moving forward
Gag on, gag off. Gag on, gag off.