Andrew Abt goes back and forth from the kitchen to the sales counter at Monroe’s Sky River Bakery on Tuesday. He and his wife, Mary Thorgerson, would like to sell the bakery and retire. (Dan Bates / The Herald)

Andrew Abt goes back and forth from the kitchen to the sales counter at Monroe’s Sky River Bakery on Tuesday. He and his wife, Mary Thorgerson, would like to sell the bakery and retire. (Dan Bates / The Herald)

‘The Hub of Main Street,’ Monroe bakery may soon change hands

After 32 years, Sky River bake shop’s owners are hoping to retire. “This is how your grandmother baked.”

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