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UPDATE ON STARTUP WATER PROBLEM: BOIL UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE

May 21, 2009

(STARTUP, WA) -- Over 200 Sky Valley residents and businesses that get their water from the Startup Water District are being advised to continue boiling their water even though a water main break has been repaired.

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STARTUP RESIDENTS ADVISED TO BOIL WATER

May 21, 2009

(STARTUP, WA) -- Residents in the Startup Water District were advised yesterday to boil water from taps before use after a water main break occurred Wednesday morning.

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FED STIMULUS MONEY COMES TO STARTUP: Crumbling Water
Mains To Get
Major Facelift


May 01, 2009

(STARTUP,WA) -- Startupís long-standing and serious water main issue appears to be solved thanks to a big shot of federal economic stimulus package money.

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NEW WAY TO KEEP DEER AT BAY

April 30, 2009

(SKY VALLEY) -- They may be cute but to gardeners here in the Sky Valley and across America deer are serious business. With a few snips of their teeth, these beautiful backyard invaders can wreak havoc on beautifully tended landscapes and prized gardens.

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NEW HELP FOR DISPLACED AEROSPACE WORKERS

April 29, 2009

(LYNNWOOD, WA) -- Do you know an aerospace worker whoís lost his or her job as a result of the recession and the cut back in manufacturing?

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