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  • Police: Animal cruelty case leads to more charges

    Monroe Police report what started as an animal cruelty investigation on Monday resulted in the arrest of a 30-year-old man for possession of a stolen semi-automatic rifle and methamphetamine.

     
  • Fixing flood-prone roadways delayed

    Homeowners living on rural roads just south of Sultan will wait a few more years before their route out is guaranteed during a flooding event.
    Snohomish County Public Works announced construction is scheduled to start in 2021.

  • Couple takes on John L. Scott Monroe branch
    Kristie and Dave Bray are the wife-husband team running Monroe’s new John L. Scott branch.
  • Healthy Kids Day growing up

    “It’s Healthy Kids Day no matter what city you are in,” said YMCA senior program director and Healthy Kids Day organizer Jamie Williams.
    Healthy Kids Day is a national event that connects families with services and builds relationships in the community, Williams said. It is free and open to anyone — not just members, she said.

  • Sultan down to a science
    Sultan Middle School students made a strong showing during this year's Washington State Science and Engineering Fair. It was the second time the school participated, led by Science teacher Dr. Brian Pinkerton.
    
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  • Police: Animal cruelty case leads to more charges

    Monroe Police report what started as an animal cruelty investigation on Monday resulted in the arrest of a 30-year-old man for possession of a stolen semi-automatic rifle and methamphetamine.

     
  • Thanks for opening help at garden
    Julia V. Morris Food Bank Garden administrator Jeannette Susor is thanking volunteers who came out for opening day on Saturday, April 14.

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