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March 31, 2009

(NATIONAL) -- As you drive down Sky Valley’s Highway 2 on your way to work today take a good look at that cell phone you own that perhaps you’ve just finished using. As you know it, that device may soon go the way of black plastic LP records, 8-track tapes and audio cassettes.

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DOWN WITH "TOO BIG TO FAIL" BANK PROTEST SET FOR APRIL 11

March 30, 2009

(PROVIDENCE, R.I.) -- A grassroots group called “A New Way Forward” has scheduled a nationwide day of protest April 11th to vent anger at America’s banking system and to put pressure on Congress to change it with “real structural change.”

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LOOKING FOR WORK?
SCRATCH OREGON OFF THE LIST


March 29, 2009

(WASHINGTON, DC) -- The U.S. Labor Department's latest jobless report, released on Friday, shows if you’re looking for work then neighboring Oregon isn’t exactly a hot hunting ground for jobs.

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LOCAL SKI PIONEER TO BE HONORED TOMORROW

March 28, 2009

(STEVENS PASS, WA) -- A local man who was a pioneer in the early Northwest ski industry will be honored tomorrow at the ski destination he helped create in the 1930's.

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SAN ANDREAS FAULT: GEARING UP FOR THE BIG ONE?

March 27, 2009

(LOS ANGELES, CA) -- A swarm of recent earthquakes in California near a section of the notorious San Andreas Fault that hasn’t ruptured in more than 300 years has prompted some people who live 150 miles away from the fault to take precautionary action.

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