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THE SKY VALLEY DOG THAT
WAS DECLARED A SAINT
By Ed Boress


October 03, 2009

(INDEX, WA) -- This is a simple story of one self-reliant Sky Valley dog and the small town that adopted her. Or was it the other way around?

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BOMBSHELL: TALK SHOW STAR DAVID LETTERMAN ADMITS ON AIR HE WAS TARGET OF EXTORTION
Over Sexual Trysts With Staff


October 02, 2009

(NEW YORK, N.Y.) -- In a bombshell type announcement on Thursday night's edition of "Late Show with David Letterman," the 62-year-old TV talk host said that he had been the target of a $2 million extortion attempt by an unnamed individual who had threatened to reveal that he had sexual relations with members of his staff.

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FIRST H1N1 (SWINE) FLU VACCINE ARRIVES IN STATE NEXT WEEK

October 02, 2009

(KING COUNTY, WA) - The first, small amounts of H1N1 influenza (swine flu) vaccine have been released by the federal government and will be arriving first in King County next week for immunization of health care workers.

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STATE PROGRAM HELPS
BUSINESSES AVOID LAYOFFS


October 01, 2009

(OLYMPIA, WA) – When the recession started taking a toll on The Gear Works manufacturing firm in Seattle, the company avoided laying off 15 workers by turning to the Employment Security Department’s “Shared-Work Program” for help

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DO YOU RECOGNIZE THE MAN
IN THIS SKETCH?
Startup Girl Almost Abducted


September 30, 2009

(STARTUP, WA) -- It may be a parent’s worst nightmare; a child abducted by a stranger not far from the safety of her own home. And authorities say it almost happened Tuesday in Startup.

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