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  • Inmates finding balance at Monroe complex

    Seghon Rorie received a 16-year sentence a little more than a decade ago. He was convicted of second-degree assault with a deadly weapon. While this wasn’t his first stint in jail, he determined to change the outcome this time around.

     
  • Sweet returns

    Despite her reservations, Kathryne Paz’s friends are aiding the habitual helper in her own time of need.
    They are asking the community for donations to ensure the doors to Galaxy Chocolates stay open and the chocolatier can keep at her passion

  • May Creek Bridge reopens on schedule
    May Creek Bridge has reopened following construction of a replacement to the original 42-year-old structure. Crews finished up the bulk of the work at the end of November and drivers are commuting across the waterway once again.
  • Monroe Police ID holiday tradition

    The Monroe Police Department added many new names to its gift list this season.
    Nearly half a dozen off-duty officers in their full uniforms, and with some family in tow, trucked boxes full of presents and a check for $1,000 to the Seattle Children’s Hospital on Friday. The officers were assisted by their spouses; Officer Devin Tucker and his wife Sarah headed the efforts.

     
  • Miss Washington Teen USA keeps full schedule
    Summer Keffeler asserts she still has time for friends and sleep between going to school full-time, her competitive dance schedule and balancing her duties as Miss Washington Teen USA. 
    
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  • May Creek Bridge reopens on schedule
    May Creek Bridge has reopened following construction of a replacement to the original 42-year-old structure. Crews finished up the bulk of the work at the end of November and drivers are commuting across the waterway once again.
  • Sweet returns

    Despite her reservations, Kathryne Paz’s friends are aiding the habitual helper in her own time of need.
    They are asking the community for donations to ensure the doors to Galaxy Chocolates stay open and the chocolatier can keep at her passion

  • Inmates finding balance at Monroe complex

    Seghon Rorie received a 16-year sentence a little more than a decade ago. He was convicted of second-degree assault with a deadly weapon. While this wasn’t his first stint in jail, he determined to change the outcome this time around.

     

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