|SULTAN SAYS BYE-BYE LOCAL POLICE AND HELLO COUNTY|
November 14, 2008
(SULTAN, WA) -- After years of contentious debate, on going friction between a former police chief and two mayors and following a number of accounting and fiscal management issues over the years the Sultan city council voted unanimously last night to eliminate its local police force in favor of a contract for law enforcement services with the Snohomish County Sheriff's Office.
|BRACE FOR FLOODS IN SKY VALLEY: STORM FRONTS MOVE IN|
November 12, 2008
(SKY VALLEY) -- The first inkling that heavy rains caused by storm systems were going to cause problems in the Sky Valley and other locations near rivers in Western Washington came just after 6:00 a.m. this morning when the National Weather Service issued flood warnings that projected near 2006 record flood levels in the Skykomish-Snohomish river basin.
|ARREST WARRANT ISSUED FOR FORMER ARLINGTON PRINCIPAL|
November 08, 2008
(ARLINGTON, WA) -- A judge on Friday issued a $500,000 bench warrant for the arrest of a former Arlinton private school principal accused of sexually assaulting a student. The man was ordered jailed after the girl allegedly told detectives he had been sending her text messages that encouraged her to speak with his attorney. Police were searching for the man as of last evening.
|NO MAJOR DAMAGE AS HEAVY RAINS CAUSE LOCAL FLOODING|
November 08, 2008
(UPPER SKY VALLEY) -- Some folks feared a repeat this week of the great flood of two years ago this month, when heavy rains and warm temperatures hit Snohomish County on Thursday. To some, the general weather conditions this year felt eerily similar to November 6, 2006 when rivers across Western Washington neared or exceeded record flows and evacuations were ordered in a handful of cities and neighborhoods.
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