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Stampede Pass tunnel opens on May 27, 1888.

North fork Salmon Creek flood destroys Conconully on May 27, 1894.

Ballard is authorized to receive Seattle water on May 27, 1902.

The Burlingame Gardena irrigation ditch, a key irrigation project in the Walla Walla Valley, is completed on May 27, 1905.

U.S. Lumber Company files a complaint on May 27, 1910, to prevent an election regarding the incorporation of Darrington.

Indian tribes gather in Juanita to re-enact signing of 1855 Point Elliott Treaty on May 27, 1933.

Crown Prince Olav of Norway attends Stanwood's Toftezen Memorial dedication on May 27, 1939.

Black contractors found Central Contractors Association on May 27, 1969.

Point-Counterpoint debates between John Carlson and Walt Crowley debut on KIRO-TV News on May 27, 1986.

Moises Aguirre and Mark Mickles discover prehistoric Clovis point artifacts in an East Wenatchee apple orchard on May 27, 1987.

State of Washington conducts its last execution by hanging on May 27, 1994.

Port of Seattle approves a Supplemental Environmental Impact Statement and permit applications for third runway construction at Sea-Tac International Airport on May 27, 1997.

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