Home Page   My Sky Valley   Advertising   Contact Us   Privacy Policy   About Us   Terms of Use 
Register Here
Welcome

Log In

Mon, July 16, 2018

"The #1 Read & Rated Sky Valley News Source
& Only Daily Paper in the Sky Valley!"
http://benjarongmonroe.com/menu/

http://skyvalleychronicle.com/?t=advertising_rates


RSS Feeds
Everett, WATemp: 57°FSky: overcastForecast...
SECTIONS
BREAKING NEWS
FEATURE NEWS
SNOHOMISH
MONROE
SULTAN
STARTUP
BARING
GOLD BAR
INDEX
SKYKOMISH
STEVENS PASS
GENERAL
VALLEY NEWS
OPINION &
EDITORIAL
VIDEOS
LEGAL NOTICES
CLASSIFIEDS
AUCTIONS
http://www.skyvalleychronicle.com/?template=advertising_rates
SULTAN
SULTAN CHOPS LOCAL COP SHOP
IN FAVOR OF COUNTY DEAL


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.

Read more...
FEMA CHANGING SULTAN FLOOD PLAIN MAP: WILL BE SHOWN AT MEETING

November 13, 2008

(SULTAN, WA) -- Local Federal Emergency Management Administration (FEMA) officials will present an overview of the flood zone restudy of the Sultan and Skykomish Rivers to a joint meeting of the Sultan City Council and Planning Board on November 18th at Sultan City Hall located at 319 Main Street, Sultan. The meeting will begin at 6:00pm.

Read more...
SULTAN'S NEW COMP PLAN APPROVED BY STATE

November 13, 2008

(SULTAN, WA) -- On Monday of this week the Central Puget Sound Growth Management Hearings Board found that Sultan’s 2008 revisions to its Sultan 2004 Comprehensive Plan do comply with the State Growth Management Act and thus Sultan will be allowed to end a moratorium on annexations, planned unit developments and subdivisions that has been in place since March 2008.

Read more...
SULTAN ESCAPES MAJOR FLOODING IN FIRST BIG RAIN STORM OF 2008

November 08, 2008

(SULTAN, WA) -- Some Sultan and Gold Bar reisdents 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.

Read more...
LAWYER GETS THREE YEARS IN SLAM FOR SULTAN LAND SCAM

November 02, 2008

(EVERETT, WA) -- A well known former Everett attorney who’s office was a main stay in downtown Everett for almost 30 years has been sentenced to three years in federal prison and 250 hours of community service after admitting he ran a Sultan real estate scam that bilked clients out of hundreds of thousands of dollars.

Read more...
  Displaying records 671 - 675 out of 695
    << Begin    < Previous    651-655    656-660    661-665    666-670    671-675    676-680    681-685    686-690    691-695
BACK TO
HOME
http://skyvalleychronicle.com/

Recent Headlines

Today's Cartoon
By Dan Rosandich
Look Before You Lock That Car
King County Cops Looking For This Unique Pickup Truck
In hit & run that badly injured bike rider
Looking For Folks Exposed To A Bat In Woodinville
Tesla’s Elon Musk Revealed As A Top Donor For Republican House PAC
Roll Over Accident South of Longview, WA Kills 2 Adults, 1 Child
All from Lakewood, Washington
FDA Releases Update On Multistate Outbreak of Cyclospora Illnesses Likely Linked to Salads from Fast Food Chain
Detectives Arrest Bremerton Man for 2015 Felony Hit and Run Case
Five Children Rescued From Water Off Seattle’s Discovery Park
One in critical condition
Mueller’s Historic Indictments
Of Russian Military Officers
Americans now know a US President was elected with explicit deep-state help
of a foreign power
Expect some traffic hassles this weekend in Puget Sound region
Thurston County psychologist license suspended by Wash. State Dept. of Health
The FBI man who took Trey Gowdy to the woodshed
The FDA says dog heart disease linked to some vegetable based dog foods
CDC Says Multistate Outbreak of Salmonella Mbandaka Infections Linked to Kellogg’s Honey Smacks Cereal
Research student rescued from tree in eastern Washington after encountering wolves
Voter Suppression Report # 73,
Volume Nine
Two motorcycle riders killed in Shoreline
When their bikes run into car at high speed
Tire blows, car rolls
Montesano, WA man killed, Olympia woman injured
First Weekend Closure Of Westbound Highway 2 between SR 204 Interchange & Homeacres on-ramp
Set for Friday

    More->




© 2008-2018 Sky Valley Media Group, LLC
www.skyvalleychronicle.com is owned and produced by
Sky Valley Media Group, LLC which is solely responsible for its content