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A JAVA JOINT FOR THE BIG GUY

April 24, 2011

(INDEX, WA) -- It’s almost closing time at the venerable Espresso Chalet on U.S. Highway 2 at Index, Washington. The sun has gone and slunk itself way low on the horizon.

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INDEX MAN INJURED IN CRASH ON HIGHWAY 2

March 25, 2011

(INDEX, WA) -- An Index man was badly injured in a one car accident Thursday night on U.S. Highway 2 in the Sky Valley.

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MEETING IN INDEX ON SHORELINE MASTER PLAN

March 09, 2011

(INDEX, WA) -- There will be a community meeting in Index March 17 where an update on the town’s Shoreline Master Plan will be presented.

The meeting will be held at 7:00 p.m. at the Old Fire Hall, located next door to the Town Hall.


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INDEX CLOSE TO GETTING HIGH SPEED INTERNET SERVICE?

March 09, 2011

(INDEX, WA) -- Index residents may be getting close to saying goodbye to painfully slow “dial up” Internet access and hello to high speed access. Yes, Index is one of many rural communities across the country that does not have high speed Internet access.

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U.S. HY 2 NEAR INDEX SHUT DOWN FRIDAY BY MAJOR ACCIDENT
Suspected impaired driver crossed over centerline


February 19, 2011

(INDEX, WA) -- A collision between two cars that occurred Friday afternoon on U.S. Highway 2 in the Sky Valley closed down the busy highway for two hours and injured one driver.

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