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Oscar Garcia Pacheco and his lawyer Fred Moll wait in the courtroom after Pacheco was sentenced to 22 years in prison Monday for the fatal stabbing of his wife, Jacoba Ramirez-Rodriguez. Nicolasa Garcia , sitting in court with Monroe Police Department translator Monica Sandoval, reacts to the sentencing of Oscar Garcia Pacheco for the brutal stabbing of Garcia's sister, Jacoba Ramirez-Rodriguez.
4 hrs ago | The Monroe Monitor & Valley News
Boy Scout Crew 148 will host a scrap metal drive through Schnitzer Steel on Saturday, Sept. 20 from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. at Lowes, 1939 Tjerne Pl.
COMMENTS FROM CITIZENS [This time is set aside for members of the audience to speak to the City Council on any issue related to the City of Monroe; except any quasi-judicial matter subject to a public hearing.Please sign in prior to the meeting; testimony is limited to 5 minutes per speaker] ACCOMMODATIONS FOR PEOPLE WITH DISABILITIES WILL BE PROVIDED UPON REQUEST. For assistance, please contact the City Clerk's Office at 360-863-4538 one week in advance of the meeting.
The number of in-patient psychiatric beds in Snohomish County could increase nearly tenfold over the next four years, due in part to recent state approval of new psychiatric units in Monroe and Smokey Point. Meantime, there's only one in-patient psychiatric unit in the county, with 23 beds, at Swedish/Edmonds hospital.
Bellingham Beer Week The third annual Bellingham Beer Week takes place in Bellingham from Sept. 12 through 21. All five Bellingham craft breweries - Chuckanut, Boundary Bay, Kulshan, Aslan, and Wander - plus many regional breweries, numerous beer bars, beer stores, restaurants, and other businesses will be hosting beer-related events throughout the city.
Dee Sales cut the red ribbon to open Dee's Music Room in the Depot Building on Thursday, Sept. 4, in Monroe.
The vermicelli bowl with chicken and fresh vegetables is one of the Vietnamese menu items available at the Wallace Falls Cafe in Gold Bar. Photo by Chris Hendrickson Patronizing locally-owned restaurants and coffee shops can be a great way to both support the local economy and encourage an entrepreneurial spirit.
But for a group of Monroe citizens opposed to the recent East Monroe rezone, it is a battle worth fighting. The controversial rezone, which was passed by Monroe City Council in December, applies to the 43-acre piece of property located to the north of U.S. 2 just east of Woods Creek.
Swifts begin gathering around the Wagner Performing Arts Center chimney about an hour before sunset. Monroe's Swift Night Out Event is meant to celebrate the social birds.
The third roundtable discussion has been scheduled for the Monroe Manufacturing Summit group on Sept. 11, from 1:30 - 3 p.m., at the Everett Community College East County Campus, third floor, Lake Tye Building, 14090 Fryelands Blvd., Monroe.
Now that the nightmare of the "East Monroe Rezone" has run to its logical conclusion, it would be of great intrest to know how many hundreds of thousands of dollars the City of Monroe has spent promoting and defending this absurd proposal. From the beginning, the citizens of Monroe have stood firmly against this boondoggle, while the former mayor and a majority of the city council have stood firmly in favor.
The City of Monroe is currently seeking applicants to fill the open position of Civil Services Commissioner. It is a six-year term, ending September, 2020.
A vehicle collision near the Reptile Zoo between Monroe and Sultan brought traffic to a standstill and sent two people to the hospital. At approximately 10:40 p.m. Saturday, Sept.
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