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INJURED STEVENS PASS HIKER PLUCKED FROM NARROW LEDGE

September 19, 2008

(STEVENS PASS) -- A hiker who lost his footing and slid some 175 feet down a steep, rocky slope near Mt. Howard was air lifted to safety about 8:30 p.m. Monday night by a military chopper from the Whidbey Island Naval Air Base.

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U.S. HIGHWAY 2 LANE CLOSURES NEAR INDEX BEGIN TODAY

September 15, 2008

(INDEX, WA) – Drivers heading over Highway 2 may experience single-lane closures on the busy highway near Index starting today. Construction crews will be working there on a $2.9 Million dollar project making permanent repairs to a segment of the highway that sank about seven feet during major flooding in 2006. Work on the major project is expected to continue through November

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MORE TRAFFIC RESTRICTIONS FOR HIGHWAY 2

September 14, 2008

(U.S. HIGHWAY 2) -- The Washington State Department of Transportation reports that US Highway 2 will be reduced to one lane of traffic Eastbound from milepost 62 after 4 miles west of Stevens Pass Summit at Tunnel Creek Bridge up to the Stevens Pass Summit starting 7:09 AM starting tomorrow, Monday, and lasting until 5:09 PM November 14 due to construction work from milepost 62 to milepost 65.

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PDC SAYS BUILDER'S GROUP VIOLATED LAW IN EFFORTS TO DEFEAT GREGOIRE

September 13, 2008

(OLYMPIA, WA) -- The Washington State Public Disclosure Commission's staff has concluded a subsidiary of the Building Industry Association of Washington (BIAW) violated state campaign finance laws in its efforts to defeat Democratic Gov. Christine Gregoire.

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WSDOT NUMBERS SHOW LABOR DAY TRAFFIC DOWN FROM 2007

September 01, 2008

(OLYMPIA, WA) – Predictions were just about right fro the 2008 Labor Day weekend as travel numbers show just a slight dip in traffic in most locations from Labor Day 2007. Volumes on I-90 Snoqualmie Pass, I-5 north of Seattle and south of Olympia dropped slightly from 2007. However, it was here in the Sky Valley over US Highway 2 that saw the largest traffic decline, 9 percent.

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