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Sultan, Washington is located in Snohomish County. Zip codes in Sultan, WA include 98294. The median home price in Sultan is $190,000 which is roughly $138/per square foot. More Sultan information.

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Marijuana use cleared in major U.S. 2 pileup

A Granite Falls woman tested positive for marijuana a few hours after causing a pileup on U.S. 2, but state toxicologists said the result was below the state's legal limit.

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Tue Aug 19, 2014

The Monroe Monitor & Valley News

Somers presents to Sultan council, new student rep appointed

Dave Somers presented at the Sultan City Council meeting on Thursday, Aug. 14. Somers is currently serving his fourth term on the Snohomish County Council.

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The Monroe Monitor & Valley News

"Freedom Runner" inspires local youth

Sgt. First Class Dave Sivewright with Tyee Eliason at the Gold Bar National Night Out event.

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Wed Aug 13, 2014

The Monroe Monitor & Valley News

Incumbents lead, voters approve taxes

Voters are opening their wallets for investment in their communities, and incumbents are also getting the nod of approval, if early election returns indicate outcomes.

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Tue Aug 12, 2014

The Monroe Monitor & Valley News

Gold Bar community celebrates National Night Out with parade, displays - Monroe Monitor

The National Night Out in Gold Bar began with an all-American parade and a color guard led by "Hwy.

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The Monroe Monitor & Valley News

Golf tournament Sunday to raise funds for schools

The tournament, which serves as the foundation's primary fundraiser for the year, will take place on Saturday, August 16, at the Blue Boy West Golf Course in Monroe.

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The Monroe Monitor & Valley News

DelBene visits Sultan's busy Kids Caf summer lunch program

Suzan DelBene, U.S. Representative for the 1st Congressional District of Washington, visits kids at the Sultan free summer lunch program, Kids Cafe.

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HeraldNet

Sultan adds to its siren system

The sirens project involved city staff, the fire district, the school district and the hospital district, Halverson said.

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Wed Aug 06, 2014

HeraldNet

Cities along U.S. 2 to discuss drug problem

Because illegal drugs are taking a toll on communities along U.S. 2, Sno-Isle Libraries has come up with series aimed at fighting the problem.

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Tue Aug 05, 2014

Seattle Times

Lovick leads in Snohomish County executive’s race

Snohomish County Executive John Lovick held a strong lead over two challengers in Tuesday night's primary returns, his first test among voters since being appointed to the position last year.

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The Monroe Monitor & Valley News

Business Notes: Monroe Jewelry, Savvy Mattress close, hot dog stand opens - Monroe Monitor

Two local businesses have closed their doors in the last month, including Monroe Family Jewelry, which closed due to the sudden death of , the owner.

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Mon Aug 04, 2014

The Monroe Monitor & Valley News

Missing small-town Monroe

They all meant something to me and haven't been erased from my memory or heart. I remember, I appreciate, and I miss: The Monroe Golf Course and Sylvia's homemade pies; The Candy Cane Drive Inn; Bert Main and Al Skarberg and Carl Chapman of Monroe Hardware; Bill Bump's hardware store; Carla and Papa Mia's restaurant, and her husband Dan's Pizza and ... (more)

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Wed Jul 30, 2014

The Monroe Monitor & Valley News

Gold Bar embraces pageant

Contestants of all ages got into their best formal wear and demonstrated poise, scholarship, community spirit, congeniality and talent as they competed to represent Gold Bar as pageant royalty.

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The Monroe Monitor & Valley News

Gold Bar family seeks missing girl

Emily Boals, 17, has been missing for nearly a week and was last seen Tuesday, July 22. Her family is seeking information about her whereabouts.

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Tue Jul 29, 2014

Marysville Globe

Quilceda Carvers offer hands-on lessons

The Red Curtain Arts Center in Marysville played host for the first time to the Quilceda Carvers' annual Spit 'n' Whittle July 25-27.

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The Monroe Monitor & Valley News

Sky Valley Eagles spearhead back-to-school fundraiser

The Sky Valley Eagles, FOE 4149, is helping to prepare kids in the community for the upcoming school year with the help of local businesses and organizations.

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The Monroe Monitor & Valley News

Signs seized by city, legality of removal questioned

A series of hand-lettered signs like this one opposing Sultan mayor Carolyn Eslick's bid for County Executive recently was removed from the BNSF railroad right-of-way, all but the last one reading "Vote Eslick."

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Tue Jul 22, 2014

The Monroe Monitor & Valley News

Sultan Fire Department seeks property tax levy

Dee Waluk-Johnson, center, with the men who saved her life. Pictured left to right are Sultan Fire Chief Merlin Halverson, Matt Myers, Jon Perkins, Dee Waluk-Johnson, Andrew LcLaurin and Lt.

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The Monroe Monitor & Valley News

Squeeze in time this summer to read

Eleven-year-old Alexander Toyer of Gold Bar is all choked up by the thought of a summer full of good books - and one big snake.

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