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  • Monroe business mural made from nostalgia

    Chuck Whitfield said the mural now on display at his family's Monroe business is the product of a bout of nostalgia.
    The 17-foot-long, roughly 7-foot-high painting covers the wall from floor to ceiling behind the counter at Whitfield's Auto Licensing.

  • Fire District 26 picks up new pumper in Florida

    Fire District 26 Assistant Chief Ernie Walters and Lt. Scott Coulson flew to Florida to pick up the agency's new fire engine on Tuesday, May 23.

     
  • Boulders crush hiker near Index

    A 21-year-old  Shoreline man died when a boulder fell on him while he was hiking near Heybrook Lookout last Friday, May 19.
    Snohomish County Search and Rescue teams were called out to a rock field around 1:30 p.m. last Friday, according to a Snohomish County Sheriff's Office news release. 

  • Art From Under the Bed
    Saturday’s “Art From Under the Bed” silent auction included many notable pieces among the large collection of donated artwork on display at the Monroe Congregational Church. 
  • Monroe’s growth spurt just starting
    Monroe is projected to grow at a rapid pace for at least the next two decades. More than 6,000 people are expected to move into the city within the next 18 years.
    
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  • Sky Valley in miniature

    Bonnie Hollingsworth’s historical replicas are scattered throughout the Sky Valley. Myriad hours and personal sentiments were poured into each model.
    The current Camano Island resident and Skykomish Historical Society charter member first tackled the craft in 2009. She started out with a reproduction of Skykomish’s original 1902 schoolhouse that was demolished in 1936. 


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