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THE OLD STARTUP GYM MAY GET NEW LEASE ON LIFE

May 04, 2015

(STARTUP, WA.) -- The old Startup Gym may get a new lease on life.

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LOCAL ARTIST PROVIDES VISUAL FEAST FOR SKY VALLEY

August 16, 2013

(STARTUP, WA) -- Here in the foothills of the mighty Cascade Mountains where all the women are strong and pump iron, all the men are movie star pretty and all the kids are so far above average they start levitating at the age of two, we are rich with artists.

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DONNA RICE OF STARTUP NAMED WINNER OF UNITED WAY AWARD

August 13, 2012

(EVERETT, WA) -- In a pregame ceremony before Volunteer Appreciation Night at the Everett AquaSox game Monday, Aug. 6 United Way of Snohomish County presented Donna Rice of Startup, WA with the 2012 Roger Bouck Award for Volunteerism in Action.

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FIRE CLAIMS TURN OF CENTURY CHURCH IN STARTUP

December 30, 2011

(STARTUP, WA) -- When the flames came Christmas day to consume the old Baptist Church in Startup, Washington right along Highway 2 here in the Sky Valley, they consumed more than old timbers and nails. They took with them a piece of Washington State and Sky Valley history.

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ROAD WORK ON HY 2 NEAR STARTUP THIS WEEK

November 16, 2010

(STARTUP, WA) -- Wash. State Dep ‘t of Transportation work crews will be doing some water line work around Startup this week.

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