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Photos by Kelly Sullivan: Missy Maxon and her student Lennon Locking and his dad, Travis, look over the handmade gift cards he drew for Frank Wagner Elementary’s first art walk held Friday. Sept. 29.
Photos by Kelly Sullivan: Missy Maxon and her student Lennon Locking and his dad, Travis, look over the handmade gift cards he drew for Frank Wagner Elementary’s first art walk held Friday. Sept. 29.
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Tuesday, October 3, 2017 2:00 AM
The first — and likely not the last — Frank Wagner Art Walk was hosted in Monroe’s historic downtown corridor Friday evening. Almost every one of the students made a piece that was on display and for sale.
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    Housing Hope reports the annual Evening at Adam’s event raised $15,000 for the nonprofit’s work in East Snohomish County.
  • Senior center thrift shop pops
    Outreach coordinator Candace Ranz said the thrift shop is one of the senior center’s hidden gems. She and program coordinator Tracy Scott are working to raise awareness to what it has to offer the community.
  • Evergreen State of mind
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  • Organizers want tractor show to inspire next generation

    Denny Middlesworth manned the annual barrel races on a Frohning Farm field of sun-dried grass Friday.
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  • Monroe Historical Society receives honors

    Truly keeping history alive doesn't come without effort.
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  • Index Arts Festival a community effort
    The Index Arts Festival is in its 15th year of connecting local artists with art enthusiasts.
    “We want people to absorb the beauty of the environment, and the works of local artists, and crafts, and entertaining music,” said Judy Davis. “It’s a good day to bring your chair and blanket, and just sit back and enjoy and rest.”
  • Monroe’s National Night Out turns 10
    The 10th annual National Night Out Against Crime in Monroe will start at 4 p.m. Tuesday, Aug. 7, at Lake Tye Park. Organizers say it is one of the biggest events in the county, if not the state.
  • Gold Dust Days rolls out
    A brigade of bicycles cut through downtown Gold Bar shortly after dinnertime on Friday, with new mayor Bill Clem at the helm.
  • Wet start to Sultan Shindig
    Snohomish County Fire District 5 Commissioner Steven Fox said competitors are not allowed to point the fire hoses at each other anymore during the agency's annual water-ball games.
  • Monroe community remembers Drake family
    The Drake family’s pastor Nate Hettinga said they had their moments, just like himself, and just like each member of his audience at the Cascade Community Church on Sunday.
  • Brookdale Monroe raises American flag on Independence Day
    Brookdale Monroe resident Roy Dahlgren raised the American flag on the new pole erected in front of the assisted living community during a Fourth of July ceremony, honoring a request many residents had asked for when executive director Justin Embry started in October.
  • Monroe youth report for duty
    Students of the first Monroe Police Department Youth Academy started their summer with a crash course in all things law enforcement.
  • Summer market opens in Monroe
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  • DMA launches community cleaning effort

    The Downtown Monroe Association has started a new cleanup program in the city’s core.

  • Funding boost for Wagner Performing Arts Center

    Piece by piece the Monroe Arts Council is bringing the Wagner Performing Arts Center back to being fully operational.
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  • Last day of Ramadan

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    The Ahmadiyya Muslim Community invited its Monroe neighbors to break bread Friday during Eid ul-Fitr, the festival that marks the end of the holy month of Ramadan.

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