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ON THE ROAD TO BARING, WA
And the "Almost Famous" Baring General Store


March 12, 2010

(BARING, WA.) -- One of the interesting things about residing in the Sky valley is that living history is all around us.

You see it in the old Bush House in Index and storied old copper mines still in the backwoods up there, to the creaky (and haunted) old Skykomish Hotel (if walls could talk) to ancient native American hunting grounds to the almost ancient Baring General Store & Eatery in tiny Baring, Washington -- all 1.8 square miles of it just off Highway 2 a few clicks up from Index.


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GREEN RIVER IN KING COUNTY TO CLOSE FOR ALL FISHING

January 14, 2010

(REGIONAL) -- The state Department of Fish & Wildlife has decided to close the lower portion of the Green (Duwamish) River in King County to all fishing beginning Jan. 16, and the upper portion of the river beginning Feb. 1.

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WSP TO UNDERGO ACCREDITATION ASSESSMENT

January 12, 2010

(OLYMPIA, WA) -- A team of assessors from the Commission on Accreditation for Law Enforcement Agencies, Inc. (CALEA) will arrive January 23 to examine all aspects of the Washington State Patrolís policy and procedures, management, operations, and support services, the state patrol announced Monday.

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RECENT PEDESTRIAN INJURIES CAUSE WSP TO URGE PEDESTRIAN AWARENESS, SAFETY

December 22, 2009

(REGIONAL) -- The Washington State Patrol reminds pedestrians to be particularly watchful and safe this holiday season and, when possible, to utilize available crosswalks or other designated pedestrian crossings when crossing a roadway.

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FOUR COUNTIES NOW HAVE BURN BAN

December 10, 2009

(REGIONAL) -- Donít be burning any trash outside or, in most cases, having any cozy fires in the fireplace or you could get a fine.

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