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MEETINGS SCHEDULED THIS MONTH ON POSSIBLE NEW HYDRO ELECTRIC PROJECT AT INDEX

October 12, 2011

(INDEX, WA) -- The Snohomish County PUD is in the early stages of exploring the creation of a new, small-footprint hydro-electric power generating facility along the Skykomish River at Index, Washington.

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SCOTTISH MUSIC PROGRAM COMES TO INDEX

October 03, 2011

(INDEX, WA) -- Index will be the site of a traditional Scottish music concert and school program Friday, October 7.

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ANDERSON CREEK BRIDGE REPAIRS WILL HAVE TO WAIT TO 2012

October 03, 2011

(INDEX, WA) -- The Anderson Creek Bridge on US Highway 2 near Index has waited two winters for permanent guardrail repairs, and now it will have to wait another winter.

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SKY VALLEY MAN INJURED IN ACCIDENT ON REITER ROAD

September 08, 2011

(INDEX, WA) -- A 33-year old Index area man was critically injured Wednesday afternoon in a one-car accident in the upper Sky Valley.

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INSIDE TRACK ON THE REITER ROAD WASHOUT

May 14, 2011

(INDEX, WA) -- Index resident Thom Boullion is one of many upper Sky Valley residents that wonders what getting around in the upper valley will be like come summertime if the county doesnít fix the Reiter Road washout that occurred this Winter.

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