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MYSTERY MAN
Do you know who this is?


March 23, 2012

(INDEX, WA) -- Index’s Thom Boullion - noted writer, magazine editor/publisher, famous man about town etc. - posted this picture on Facebook (on inside page) five days ago along with a note.

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INDEX HOSTS RUSSIAN MUSIC CONCERT

March 03, 2012

(INDEX, WA) -- A concert of Russian folk music takes place in Index Sat. evening March 3 to benefit the town’s Pickett Museum.

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MISSING DOG IN INDEX AREA
Have you seen him?


February 07, 2012

(INDEX, WA) -- There is a great looking dog reported missing up in the general Index area. The Sky Valley Chronicle would appreciate it if readers kept an eye out for him.

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PHONE SERVICE OUTAGE IN INDEX, STARTUP BEING REPAIRED

February 03, 2012

(UPPER SKY VALLEY, WA) -- Frontier Communications crews were working late Friday afternoon to repair a fiber line that was dug up due to third party construction.

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INDEX RESIDENTS STRUGGLE WITH NO POWER FOR DAYS ON END

January 22, 2012

(INDEX, WA) -- It’s one thing to lose your electricity in a big city. You just drive a few miles away or cross town or go downtown and find a restaurant that’s open and that still has power, enjoy a hot meal then maybe take in a movie nearby or stop in at some all night bistro that has live music.

It’s another thing when you live in a small mountain village.


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