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MICROSOFT ANNOUNCES FIRST EVER COMPANY WIDE LAYOFFS

January 23, 2009

(REDMOND, WA) -- As if to put an exclamation point on the phrase, “The world wide recession is real and it has come home to roost,” Redmond software maker Microsoft, after thirty years of virtually unstoppable growth, has announced its first company wide layoffs as a response to slowing sales of software worldwide as the recession takes deeper hold in the tech world.

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OBAMA SWORN IN
AS AMERICA'S 44th PRESIDENT


January 20, 2009

(WASHINGTON, DC) -- Before one of the largest, if not the largest crowds ever to witness the inauguration of a U.S. President, Barack Obama took the oath of office today to become the 44th President of the United States and the first African-American President in the nation’s history.

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SUSPECTED PUPPY MILL IN GOLD BAR RAIDED: ANIMALS FOUND LIVING IN FILTH.

January 19, 2009

(GOLD BAR, WA) -- Snohomish County Animal Control Services and Snohomish County Sheriff’s officers, acting on a tip from a concerned citizen, launched a joint animal rescue operation Friday night.

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BEAT THE RECESSION BLUES WITH FREE SOFTWARE

January 18, 2009

(SKY VALLEY) -- Sky Valley residents already feeling the effects of the recession can take a huge bite out of their software upgrade budget by obtaining free software that performs the same duties as expensive commercial grade software.

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BLOOD ON THE TRACKS: AMERICA'S WORSENING ECONOMY

January 16, 2009

(NEW YORK, NY) -- As Sky Valley residents begin their weekend they will take no solace in the day's business news that bright spots in America's economy are just around the corner.

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