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  • Preliminary report shows drop in county’s unsheltered population
    Snohomish County Human Services reports the number of people living unsheltered is down 27 percent from 2017, based on preliminary results of the annual homelessness survey. The report follows what East County’s organizers say was an unprecedentedly low participation rate during the Jan. 23 count.
  • Three charged following drug-money laundering investigation
    A 20-year-old Monroe man was among three Snohomish County residents arrested Wednesday, following a two-year money laundering investigation tied to multiple drug trafficking organizations, according to the U.S. Attorney’s Office.
  • Goodbye, Sister Barbara
    Known as Sister B, the longtime Monroe Police and Fire District 7 chaplain died on Sunday, Feb. 4. She was surrounded by friends and St. Mary of the Catholic Church parishioners — members of the flock she found among and outside her congregation in the more than four decades she called Monroe home.
  • Sultan receives funding for pedestrian bridge

    A project to build a bridge for walkers and cyclists across the Sultan River has been awarded a $2.5 million grant.
    The City of Sultan applied for the 2017-2021 Puget Sound Regional Council funds, along with more than five dozen other agencies, according to PSRC.

  • Council approves parks master plans

    The Monroe City Council approved master plans for Lake Tye Park and the Cadman future park site.
    The unanimous decision was made about half a year after efforts began. Community involvement and transparency were touted by city officials and staff as exceptional during the process. 

     
    
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  • Preliminary report shows drop in county’s unsheltered population
    Snohomish County Human Services reports the number of people living unsheltered is down 27 percent from 2017, based on preliminary results of the annual homelessness survey. The report follows what East County’s organizers say was an unprecedentedly low participation rate during the Jan. 23 count.
  • Craig Chambers to take over as Monroe YMCA executive director in March

    Craig Chambers is taking over as the Monroe and Sky Valley Family YMCA executive director next month.
    The soon-to-be former Stanwood-Camano YMCA senior director has a dozen years of YMCA experience, according to a Feb. 15 news release. He’s worked as the teen director in Marysville, and started out in the camp and childcare programs in Seattle.

  • Dogged determination to make reading fun

    George Sallee didn’t intend for an entire community to know and love his new golden retriever when Simon came home.
    Almost four years later, hundreds of Maltby Elementary School students and families are familiar with the Snohomish man and his three canine partners, who read in nearly every classroom once a week.


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