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INDEX RECEIVES GRANT MONEY TO FIGHT GRAFFITI

September 17, 2008

(INDEX, WA) -- The cities of Index, Gold Bar and Sultan will share in a partnership grant of $12,000 to help with graffiti removal in the three Sky Valley communities.

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HIGHWAY 2 LANE CLOSURES NEAR INDEX START TODAY

September 15, 2008

(INDEX, WA) – Drivers heading over Highway 2 may experience single-lane closures on the busy highway near Index starting today. Construction crews will be working there on a $2.9 Million dollar project making permanent repairs to a segment of the highway that sank about seven feet during major flooding in 2006. Work on the major project is expected to continue through November.

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COUGAR SIGHTING IN INDEX

September 11, 2008

(INDEX, WA) -- Webmaster for the town of Index website reports a recent cougar sighting in town on The Crescent Trail. The trail runs parallel to the railroad tracks off of Index Avenue.

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INDEX PROTESTOR STOPS "SHOOT FOR THE TRUTH" EVENT

September 06, 2008

(INDEX, WA) -- A planned "Shoot for the Truth" in Index last Thursday morning, designed to shore up support for reopening the Index Sportsman's Club clay target range, turned into a no-shoot zone when Index resident and city councilman Bob Hubbard showed up as the single protester at the event and refused to leave the field.

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HEYBROOK RIDGE SAVED FROM CHAIN SAWS

August 01, 2008

(INDEX, WA) -- Heybrook Ridge, just above Index has been saved from the clear cutter’s chain saws. The Snohomish County Council is scheduled to vote Monday to spend $700,000 in county conservation funds to help buy the 130 acres of mature forest land on Heybrook Ridge to save it from clear-cut logging.

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