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May 03, 2009

OLYMPIA – Wildfire Awareness Week (May 3-9) is a reminder that we live in a fire-prone environment, particularly in the upper Sky Valley. This year the Washington State Department of Natural Resources (DNR), Washington State Department of Ecology (Ecology), and the Olympic Region Clean Air Agency are joining together in an effort to reduce the number of wildfires and prevent health problems from outdoor burning.

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TEN GAFFS TO
AVOID ON THE JOB


May 01, 2009

(AMARILLO, TX) -- In these days of fewer jobs, continuing lay offs and company closures, keeping the job you have can be more important then ever.

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OPPORTUNITY FOR PUBLIC SERVICE

April 29, 2009

(EVERETT, WA) -- Have you felt the desire to do volunteer community service work but never had the time it takes for involvement at a city or county council level? Snohomish County has a community service opportunity for residents that only takes a few meetings per year.

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FORMER GOLD BAR
EMPLOYEE WILL NOT BE CHARGED


April 15, 2009

(EVERETT, WA) -- The Snohomish County Prosecutor’s office will not be fling charges against a former Gold Bar employee who had been investigated on allegations he illegally used a city credit card to buy gasoline and then sabotaged the city's wells after he was placed on leave July 1st of 2008.

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BRING THE KIDS DOWN VALLEY FOR FUN TOMORROW

April 10, 2009

(SNOHOMISH, WA) -- Quickly: what has more than 35,000 eggs filled with candy and are scattered over an air field?

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