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Luminous art exhibit coming to Skykomish


January 22, 2017

(SKYKOMISH, WA.) -- Next month the folks who brought the interesting large-scale, light-infused Electric Sky art show to the Skykomish Ball Park are holding a one month art exhibition and collaboration space in the Maloney General Store building in Skykomish on Railroad Avenue.

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Skykomish Holiday Market Is This Weekend

November 18, 2016

(SKYKOMISH, WA.) -- If you're from out of town visiting the area or live anywhere in the Puget Sound region and you're looking to experience a quintessential, small town holiday event in the foothills of the mighty Cascade mountains, this weekend is your chance.

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NOTICE OF BUDGET HEARING AND ADOPTION SKYKOMISH SCHOOL DISTRICT

July 11, 2016

(SKYKOMISH, WA.) -- Notice is hereby given by the school directors of Skykomish School District No. 404 that the district has completed estimates for the Budget of the District for the 2016-2017 fiscal year.

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SKYKOMISH OPEN AIR MARKETS ARE UNDERWAY

May 18, 2016

(SKYKOMISH, WA) -- The first Skykomish Open Air Market of the spring and summer season was held this past Sat. May 14th in the historic railroad town of Skykomish.

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ONE WOMAN DIES, MONROE MAN INJURED IN HEAD ON CRASH ON SR 2

March 17, 2016

(STEVENS PASS, WA.) -- The State Patrol says a Marysville woman was killed and a Monroe man was injured in a head-on collision at Stevens Pass.

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