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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 ... (more)
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Ten years ago this month, I walked into the West Main Street office of the Monroe Monitor and got my first job as a newspaper reporter.
The Sky Valley Food Bank trucks head out to collect donations on Friday morning, the 4th of July, from their base in Monroe.
Marilee Schneider, manager of the JVM Garden at the Sky Valley Food Bank, will give a free class Saturday, July 12 at the garden to help local gardeners learn the best way to water gardens to avoid disease and fungus.
A crowd of about 70 enjoyed Last Leaf Production's "Much Ado About Nothing" a Shakespeare in the Park performance at Paula's Wineknot on Sunday in Monroe.
Raspberry jam made from local raspberries is easier to make than it might seem. The Springer family makes dozens of jars each year, and enters them regularly at the Evergreen State Fair.
Flowerpots that decorate the downtown have become pitted and cracked with age. The city plans to replace them this autumn.
Monroe's "smokestack," actually a steam stack from what was once a Carnation milk condensing plant, has stood for more than 100 years, serving first as a steam chimney, then a smokestack for a flax plant, then as a mural site for an ENCO service station.
A year ago around this time, two upstanding men vied to be the appointed Snohomish County Sheriff when the position became available, but only one could get the role.
Sultan Shindig is Sultan's largest community gathering, and the second largest in the Sky Valley, after the Evergreen State Fair.
My blog is about an alternative retirement lifestyle - Full-Time RVing. Here you get to follow my travels and see many of the interesting places and people I encounter along my way.
Caden Barksdale, 9, performs a magic trick at Lake Tye Park, where he held a small fundraiser for Take the Next Step in Monroe.
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 ] AB14-095: Authorize Mayor Pro Tem to sign Interlocal ... (more)
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