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UP VALLEY RESIDENTS HAVE CLOSER LOCATION TO OBTAIN U.S. PASSPORTS

February 05, 2009

(SULTAN, WA) -- For up valley residents the City of Sultan now offers one-stop shopping for passports and passport photos at the Sultan City Hall.

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BROTHER OF MONROE MAN WHO WAS KILLED ASKS FOR TOUGHER SENTENCING LAWS

February 05, 2009

(OLYMPIA, WA) -- Craig Wolfe finally had his chance this week to tell Washington State legislators what he thought about a criminal justice system that will allow his brother’s killer to be out walking the streets later this year, after killing Wolf’s brother in a Monroe parking lot just last February.

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BANK ROBBER HITS SKY VALLEY BANK: 2ND BANK JOB IN 5 MONTHS

February 04, 2009

(MONROE, WA) – For the second time in five months a bank robber has struck a Sky Valley bank. A bank robbery in Monroe this morning saw four KeyBank employees tied up and herded into a back room when a lone, armed robber pushed his way inside the bank.

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A REVERSAL ON THE TOWERING TOWERS ISSUE

February 03, 2009

(EVERETT, WA) -- A hearing examiner’s ruling, the third such ruling, to deny an Everett based radio broadcasting company the right to put a new broadcast tower array on Snohomish valley farmland has been over ruled by the Snohomish County Council.

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HOME BUILDERS GET NEW RULES IN SNOHOMISH COUNTY

February 03, 2009

(EVERETT, WA) -- The Snohomish County Council approved new rules for home builders last week but county residents won't see much of a difference for some years to come.

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