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Monday, August 3, 2015 -- 6:13 pm
Ebola vaccine shown to be 100 percent effective in field trials
Gizmag - ... of transmission and vaccinate all frontline workers to protect them." David Szondy is a freelance writer based in Monroe, Washington. An award-winning playwright, he has contributed to Charged and iQ magazine and is the author of the website Tales ... Read more...
Monday, August 3, 2015 -- 2:11 am
Sultan seeks to save its past: Deteriorating mural memorializes firefighters
HeraldNet - ... use as a model for the painting. Donna Murphy is spearheading an effort to preserve the mural painted by well-known Monroe artist David Hose on the south side of the Sultan Post Office. People started raising $12,000 to commission the mural after ... Read more...
Saturday, August 1, 2015 -- 6:13 pm
Minor-league baseball: Former College of Marin pitchers playing for Single-A teams
Marin Independent Journal - ... has provided, Ihrig said, is the ability to receive constructive criticism from numerous pitching coaches. Ihrig, a Monroe, Wash., native, throws in the low- to mid-80s, relying on placement and knowing what pitch to throw. He wants to improve his ... Read more...
Thursday, July 30, 2015 -- 5:20 pm
Lockheed tests Orion fairing design changes
Gizmag - ... like this help ensure it will work right the first time and every time." David Szondy is a freelance writer based in Monroe, Washington. An award-winning playwright, he has contributed to Charged and iQ magazine and is the author of the website ... Read more...
Thursday, July 30, 2015 -- 2:29 pm
Intel and Micron announce memory breakthrough
Gizmag - ... and brings game-changing performance to memory and storage solutions." David Szondy is a freelance writer based in Monroe, Washington. An award-winning playwright, he has contributed to Charged and iQ magazine and is the author of the website Tales ... Read more...
Wednesday, July 29, 2015 -- 7:14 pm
CERN develops miniature linear accelerator for medical use
Gizmag - ... for field applications, such as analyzing archeological finds. David Szondy is a freelance writer based in Monroe, Washington. An award-winning playwright, he has contributed to Charged and iQ magazine and is the author of the website Tales of ... Read more...
Wednesday, July 29, 2015 -- 4:27 pm
Mars orbiter prepares for next year's InSight lander arrival
Gizmag - ... Dan Johnston of NASA's Jet Propulsion Laboratory in Pasadena, California. David Szondy is a freelance writer based in Monroe, Washington. An award-winning playwright, he has contributed to Charged and iQ magazine and is the author of the website ... Read more...
Tuesday, July 28, 2015 -- 1:30 pm
Oregon considering $5.5 million in water system upgrades
The Daily Gazette - ... appropriate and cost-effective." The city is considering replacing water mains on Third Street from Illinois to Monroe, Washington to Madison, and Webster to south of Armstrong; on Monroe Street from Depot west across state Route 64 and along Oregon ... Read more...
Tuesday, July 28, 2015 -- 11:20 am
Community supports family devastated by house fire Thursday
The Monroe Monitor & Valley News - Community members lineup to get hotdogs from Jerry "Big Dog" Dion, who donated the proceeds to assist the Drogseth family and their guests from China, all of whom fled a house fire that destroyed most of their belongings Thursday. Photo by Chris Hendrickson The Monroe community stepped up to the plate yet again, responding to a crisis situation with a massive outpouring of care and support as residents sought to provide for another family who lost everything in a house fire. Read more...
Tuesday, July 28, 2015 -- 11:17 am
Snakes for STARs: Monroe free summer lunch program includes activities club
The Monroe Monitor & Valley News - Students Emely Guerra and Dannika Chandler volunteered to hold Bubba, a Burmese python from south Asia, as part of an after-lunch activities program through the Monroe School District. Photo by Chris Hendrickson Through a working partnership between local nonprofit organization STARs Unlimited and the Monroe School District, Monroe's Summer STARs Club has been working to provide daily activities to all kids participating in the free summer lunch program. Read more...
Tuesday, July 28, 2015 -- 11:16 am
National Night Out brings events to Sky Valley towns Tuesday
The Monroe Monitor & Valley News - In Gold Bar, National Night Out is celebrated with a parade. Gold Bar, Sultan and Monroe each observe the day devoted to community safety, and the Monroe event is among the largest in the state. Read more...
Tuesday, July 28, 2015 -- 11:16 am
Housing Hope offers sneak peek at Monroe Family Village
The Monroe Monitor & Valley News - Slated to open in about two months, the $12 million Monroe Family Village will offer 47 units of housing for low-income families, as well as laundry facilities, classroom and community space, case management, a playground, two community garden areas and a sport court. Photo by Chris Hendrickson It took Housing Hope's dedication to the task of alleviating homelessness, followed by six years of negotiating, financial planning, design-work and construction. Read more...
Tuesday, July 28, 2015 -- 10:48 am
Meet new superintendent Frederika Smith
The Monroe Monitor & Valley News - Frederika Smith, Ph.D, is the Monroe School District's new superintendent. As she prepares for her first year at the helm of the district, she talked about her history and philosophy of education. Read more...
Tuesday, July 28, 2015 -- 10:31 am
No changes to panhandling laws, city decides
The Monroe Monitor & Valley News - No trespassing signs were recently installed at the Monroe Bank of America in order to deter panhandlers. The Monroe Police Department will enforce trespassing violations and violations of aggressive panhandling, but it is critical that they are notified via 9-1-1. Read more...
Tuesday, July 28, 2015 -- 10:30 am
Monroe youth participate in re-creation of historic Mormon handcart trek
The Monroe Monitor & Valley News - ... included rustic meals, a river crossing, several days spent without access to technology and a lot of hard work. Monroe residents Kathryn Vermillion, 16, and Colin Tate, 18, both participated in this year's Trek, which took place from June 23 ... Read more...
Tuesday, July 28, 2015 -- 10:11 am
Family holds blood drive to give back for donations to their son
The Monroe Monitor & Valley News - ... ive will take place from noon to 6 p.m. on Wednesday, July 29, at Cascade Community Church (14377 167th Ave. S.E.) in Monroe. Read more...
Tuesday, July 28, 2015 -- 10:11 am
Alderleaf Wilderness College teaches survival skills, sustainable farming
The Monroe Monitor & Valley News - ... Photo by Chris Hendrickson Located just outside of town off the Ben Howard Road, Alderleaf Wilderness College in Monroe is a living treasure. Built on a permaculture methodology in which all the different site elements work together in harmony, the ... Read more...
Tuesday, July 28, 2015 -- 10:10 am
Adrian Taylor, 2015 Parade Marshall, looks back on 40 years
The Monroe Monitor & Valley News - Adrian Taylor stands in the floral section of Ben Franklin Crafts and Frame Shop, the colorful store he has owned for 40 years in Monroe. Photo by Polly Keary In his long history of retail, Adrian Taylor is something of a sole survivor. Read more...
Tuesday, July 28, 2015 -- 9:46 am
Dalmasso seeks Sultan City Council seat, hopes to cut city costs
The Monroe Monitor & Valley News - ... He served a five-year stint on Sultan's planning commission and founded two separate Toastmaster's groups, one in Monroe and one in Sultan. In his capacity as a real estate broker, he has negotiated property transactions for the city, including ... Read more...
Tuesday, July 28, 2015 -- 9:42 am
Sultan flag project wins national VFW award
The Monroe Monitor & Valley News - ... Street, the two began reflecting on how much they enjoyed the American flags that are displayed along Main Street in Monroe on holidays and other special occasions. Upon doing some research, Christina learned that up until the early 1990s, Read more...



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