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  • Case of Monroe dance instructor accused of inappropriate touching going to trial

    The trial for a Monroe dance instructor arrested last year for allegedly inappropriately touching a student is set for Monday, Aug. 7.
    Kristopher Backman, 33, was originally charged with second-degree child molestation almost exactly one year ago, following a seven-month investigation. He pleaded not guilty at his arraignment days later.

  • Gold Dust Days turns 10

    Fifteen-year-old Grace Elliot was manning the bouncy house and the crown-decorating booth at Gold Dust Days on Friday afternoon.
    The Sultan High School student helped fit a gold sparkle-lined crown around Mickayla White's head. The younger girl had wandered across the sunburnt lawn in front of Gold Bar Elementary to make the delicate headdress early Friday evening.

  • Police: Monroe man took wife, law enforcement on high-speed pursuit
    Monroe resident Rene Fabian Carmona Ruiz told law enforcement he had wanted to be killed by police following his arrest Sunday after a high-speed chase down U.S. Highway 2.
  • Filling an electric byway

    Sky Valley residents have helped build the first scenic electric byway in the United States.
    City governments, businesses and homeowners have allowed for or personally set up electric vehicle charging stations on their properties from Monroe through Skykomish, creating a 440-mile Cascade Scenic Loop circuit.

  • Skykomish candidates running unopposed
    Skykomish incumbents seeking to retain their town council and mayoral seats are running uncontested this year.
    
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  • Case of Monroe dance instructor accused of inappropriate touching going to trial

    The trial for a Monroe dance instructor arrested last year for allegedly inappropriately touching a student is set for Monday, Aug. 7.
    Kristopher Backman, 33, was originally charged with second-degree child molestation almost exactly one year ago, following a seven-month investigation. He pleaded not guilty at his arraignment days later.

  • Gold Dust Days turns 10

    Fifteen-year-old Grace Elliot was manning the bouncy house and the crown-decorating booth at Gold Dust Days on Friday afternoon.
    The Sultan High School student helped fit a gold sparkle-lined crown around Mickayla White's head. The younger girl had wandered across the sunburnt lawn in front of Gold Bar Elementary to make the delicate headdress early Friday evening.

  • Hard work keeping Boys & Girls Club in play
    Monroe Boys and Girls Club director Jeff Rasmussen wants folks to know that the club is a safe place for kids to hang out, and that it is affordable, stimulating and a ton of fun.

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