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INDEX AREA RESIDENTS MEET OFFICERS WHO PATROL UPPER VALLEY
With reporting from T.A. "Thom" Boullioun


June 15, 2010

(INDEX, WA) -- Index and other upper Sky Valley residents gathered Monday night for a community meeting to meet the Snohomish County Sheriff’s deputies who patrol the upper valley and to learn about how to start a block watch.

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COMMUNITY MEET AT INDEX

June 14, 2010

(INDEX, WA) -- A Community Partnership Taco Feed is being held Monday June 14 at 5:30 p.m. at the town fire hall. Short presentation is scheduled for 6:30 followed by dessert and the chance to meet the new law officers and start the process of setting up a Block Watch.

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ORV RIDERS:
DNR Wants to hear from you by June 30


June 12, 2010

(REGIONAL) -- The state department of Natural Resources (DNR) is calling on all Off Road Vehicle (ORV) riders to fill out a DNR questionnaire and return it by June 30th in order for the agency to secure funding for the Walker Valley ORV area.

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COWBOY POETS RIDING TOWARD INDEX

June 10, 2010

(INDEX, WA) -- Poets come in all sizes, shapes and ages and from all sorts of backgrounds, including the cowboy life.

Cowboy poets?

Of course. Why, what in the world did you assume all those cowboys did for generations on those long nights out on the range?


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WORK BEGINS ON HY 2 BETWEEN MONROE & GOLD BAR
For Safety's Sake


June 05, 2010

(MONROE, WA) -- It’s been a long time coming but crews hired by the Washington State Transportation Department (WSDOT) will begin work the week of June 7 on a host of projects to make the deadly “Highway Of Death” – U.S. Highway 2 in the Sky Valley – safer to use.

They will work from the western end of the long work project to the east, and are scheduled to complete their work in Gold Bar this fall.


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