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  • Chambers loaded with holiday activities
    The holiday season has officially arrived, and the Monroe and Sky Valley chambers of commerce invite the community to attend their annual holiday festivities.
  • Reaping benefits of Sultan Harvest
    Every year, Sultan Harvest embodies the city’s informal theme of “big heart, little city” — an adage proclaimed by former Sultan City Councilmember and Sultan Harvest committee co-chair Kristina Blair.
  • Monroe fitness center giving homeless a helping spot
    For a person experiencing homelessness, seemingly normal daily activities like eating and showering are challenging to accomplish. Inspired to help, Thrive Community Fitness co-owner and manager Shane Johnson is planning a community outreach event that welcomes anyone in need.
  • Academy connects community, police
    The 2016 Monroe Police Department Citizens Academy took place over the course of 11 weeks, offering attendees a crash course in everything the police department does. As the series concluded last week, academy attendees all shared one thing in common: nobody wanted it to end.
  • Youth gear up to serve

    The Snohomish County Fire District 7 Explorers program is about more than just teaching youth what it takes to be a firefighter — it’s about leadership, competition, hard work and learning how to serve the community.

     
    
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  • Academy connects community, police
    The 2016 Monroe Police Department Citizens Academy took place over the course of 11 weeks, offering attendees a crash course in everything the police department does. As the series concluded last week, academy attendees all shared one thing in common: nobody wanted it to end.
  • Friends of Heybrook Ridge celebrating success again

    It can be called one of the Sky Valley’s greatest environmental successes; when a group of people gathered to save Heybrook Ridge from a 95-acre timber harvest in 2006, the task seemed daunting. 

     

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