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FORMER PRINCIPAL ORDERED JAILED IN SEXUAL ASAULT PROBE

November 08, 2008

(ARLINGTON, WA) -- A judge on Friday issued a $500,000 bench warrant for the arrest of a former Arlinton private school principal accused of sexually assaulting a student. The man was ordered jailed after the girl allegedly told detectives he had been sending her text messages that encouraged her to speak with his attorney. Police were searching for the man as of last evening.

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XMAS HOUSE NEEDS YOUR DONATIONS: TOYS FOR LOCAL CHILDREN

November 07, 2008

(EVERETT, WA) -- A recent contribution of $10,000 to Christmas House in Everett from the Stillaguamish Tribe reminds us that Christmas is not far away and there are many in the community who need our help this time of year.

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VALLEY RESIDENTS CAN WIN NEWS TIP PRIZE

November 01, 2008

(SKY VALLEY) -- Do you have sharp eyes and ears about whatís happening around Index and the general community? Are there interesting events or people in your area you think other Sky Valley residents would enjoy reading about? Are there untold stories that should be told?

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ANNUAL HARVEST MARKET
ON NOV. 8


October 16, 2008

(WOODINVILLE, WA_ -- The Seattle Laestadian Lutheran Church will hold its annual Harvest Market from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Nov. 8th at the church located at 22420 102nd Ave. SE, Woodinville just off the Paradise Lake Road in the Maltby area. There will be signs posted at Highway 522 and Paradise Lake Road.

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48 POUND TEEN NO ACCIDENT: AUTHORITIES SAY GIRL WAS STARVED
BY STEP MOTHER


October 14, 2008

CARNATION, WA) -- None of the neighbors who lived near the small house in a cul-de-sac between Duvall and Carnation knew the home was a chamber of horrors for a 14-year old girl who authorities say was held in a concentration camp like environment, starved and abused for an extended period of time by her stepmother. The girlís biological father who lived at the home in Carnation did not intervene in the abuse according to authorities.

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