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  • YMCA celebrating 10 years in Monroe
    The Monroe Family YMCA is in the middle celebrating its 10-year anniversary. Its doors opened off Fryelands Boulevard just more than a decade ago on Sept. 1, and thousands of people have been through them since to seek out services.
  • Sultan mayor tapped to fill House seat

    Carolyn Eslick will fill the seat left vacant by former Rep. John Koster in August.
    As of Wednesday the mayor of Sultan now also works in the Washington House of Representatives. Eslick is representing the 39th Legislative District, which is comprised of sections of Skagit, King and Snohomish counties.

  • Forterra raising funds to preserve trail
    Forterra has until the end of October to raise about $275,000 more to purchase 190 acres from Weyerhaeuser for conservation. The Washington-based timber company owns part of the property that the popular route traverses.
  • New station breaks ground
    Snohomish County Fire District 7 has broke ground at the site of its new station, which is expected to improve response time to Lost Lake and Echo Lake communities once open.
  • Highway roadwork nears completion

    After unpredictable delays, millions of dollars spent and about 25 miles of roadway paved, two major projects on U.S. Highway 2 are about to wrap up.
    Crews are expected to complete all work between Sultan and Skykomish by the end of the week, according to the Washington State Department of Transportation. The finishing touches are just about on schedule.

    
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  • Sultan mayor tapped to fill House seat

    Carolyn Eslick will fill the seat left vacant by former Rep. John Koster in August.
    As of Wednesday the mayor of Sultan now also works in the Washington House of Representatives. Eslick is representing the 39th Legislative District, which is comprised of sections of Skagit, King and Snohomish counties.

  • YMCA celebrating 10 years in Monroe
    The Monroe Family YMCA is in the middle celebrating its 10-year anniversary. Its doors opened off Fryelands Boulevard just more than a decade ago on Sept. 1, and thousands of people have been through them since to seek out services.
  • Garlic Jim's rises

    After a nearly eight-year hiatus and change of hands, Garlic Jim’s has reopened in Monroe.
    Bothell resident Peter Brown has taken over operations. He purchased the branch earlier this year.


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