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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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  • 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. 

     
  • Sky Valley residents are all too familiar with the risks associated with living near the Skykomish River, including flooding, property damage and impassable roadways. There will be two public meetings in Sultan the next week related to flood risks.

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