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  • Monroe opens fields of dreams
    Despite some early spring rain — and a lot of rain at times — Bearcat Baseball seniors pitched their approval of the new Monroe High School ballfields before their home opener.
  • Lake Tye Park readies for playground overhaul

    In about two months the Lake Tye Park playground will be open again after a renovation overhaul.
    Old equipment will be leveled and recycled, then replaced with an inclusive jungle gym and play spaces with ADA-accessible features. Public officials broke ground at the site on Thursday, March 16.

  • Downtown Monroe Association gets part-time director
    The Downtown Monroe Association Board of Directors has hired on a part-time executive director to bring the nonprofit closer to achieving state-accredited status.
  • Sultan middle schoolers receive robotic assistance

    An intelligent, two-wheeled piece of machinery was added to the Sultan Middle School STEAM program's arsenal.
    The Standever Institute donated a Double Robotics Telepresence robot to the Science, Technology, Engineering, Automation and Math program on Friday, March 17. The nonprofit aims to connect people with opportunities in technology.

  • Monroe council passes first reading to repeal term limits
    The Monroe City Council voted to accept the first reading of an ordinance to repeal restrictions on councilmember term limits, a proposal that has come and gone multiple times in the past several months.
    
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  • Lake Tye Park readies for playground overhaul

    In about two months the Lake Tye Park playground will be open again after a renovation overhaul.
    Old equipment will be leveled and recycled, then replaced with an inclusive jungle gym and play spaces with ADA-accessible features. Public officials broke ground at the site on Thursday, March 16.

  • Best kept secret in the Sky Valley
    Since taking the post of Sno-Isle Libraries Monroe branch managing librarian nearly three years ago, Phil Spirito’s mission has been to change that situation.

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