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  • Sky Valley Community Watch Dogs aims to curb criminal activity by assisting law enforcement

    A group of Gold Bar residents have banded together to address crime they believe needs more management.
    Former Gold Bar City Councilmember Chris Wright is leading the newly formed Sky Valley Community Watch Dogs coalition. The first meeting was held at the tail end of December, and was in part a response to the search for registered sex offender Brett Card, who is linked to at least one of many recent burglaries that have been reported around town since November.

  • Sultan School District seeks levies support

    One measure supports restoring an existing levy, which makes up about 10 percent of the annual budget, according to the school district. It helps pay for operations and programs, such as special education, transportation, electives, clubs and sports, as well as staffing. 
    The other introduces a new levy that would be the first of its kind and fund improvements to how instruction through technology is delivered. Both would cover what costs the state is still not fully funding, according to the school district.

  • City honors fallen K-9 cop
    Nuke made a name for himself throughout the region, Quenzer said. He was also well known in the community, having been present at local events, such as Monroe’s National Night Out, which draws a crowd of thousands every year, and the demonstrations held for visiting groups at the Monroe Police Department. 
  • Sheriff’s office arrests wanted sex offender sleeping in Gold Bar trailer

    The registered sex offender that law enforcement has been after for months was arrested Thursday.
    Gold Bar Police Chief Dave Casey received a tip via Crime Stoppers that led him to a trailer in town where 26-year-old Brett Card was staying. He was wanted on multiple warrants, including failure to register as a sex offender, and for a December burglary — one in a string reported in the area since November.

  • Multiple vehicle collision involving logging truck shuts down U.S. 2
    Four people were injured in a collision that caused a logging truck's load to release and scatter across U.S. Highway 2 on Monday.
    Traffic was impacted for hours between Monroe and Snohomish that afternoon, according to WSP. The crash happened near an overpass, between 88th Street and State Route 9. 
    
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  • Sky Valley Community Watch Dogs aims to curb criminal activity by assisting law enforcement

    A group of Gold Bar residents have banded together to address crime they believe needs more management.
    Former Gold Bar City Councilmember Chris Wright is leading the newly formed Sky Valley Community Watch Dogs coalition. The first meeting was held at the tail end of December, and was in part a response to the search for registered sex offender Brett Card, who is linked to at least one of many recent burglaries that have been reported around town since November.

  • Something to finish at Wallace Falls State Park

    Competition is headed to the trails of Wallace Falls State Park for one of only a few times in decades.
    Gold Bar resident Brian Nelson is putting on three long-distance races on March 3.


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