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‘He still lives on through others’: Man charged in fatal Monroe crash
The crash north of Monroe left Szander Pouv, 20, dead. An 18-year-old faces vehicular homicide charges.
Evergreen State Fair building to be demolished after 70 years
“This building holds a lot of memories for multiple generations,” but county officials say it’s time to move forward.
Judge: Sex abuse lawsuit against Monroe schools, state can go forward
The victim of a Monroe cop’s abuse alleges state and school officials failed to report, despite warning signs.
Snohomish Regional Fire asks voters for two more commissioners
The district currently has seven commissioners, but it can keep only five. A Feb. 14 special election could change that.
Monroe school board member chats on Facebook during closed-door meeting
Molly Barnes allegedly solicited opinions from a group of conservative parents and employees on Facebook. It’s unclear if she broke the law.
After Monroe debut, no Summer Meltdown music fest in 2023
Organizers announced Wednesday they would “take the year off in order to figure out the best path forward for Summer Meltdown in 2024.”
Incoming superintendent says he’s ‘done homework on Monroe’
Shawn Woodward has faced issues of racism, equity and inclusion as the leader of the Mead School District near Spokane.
State to pay $600K over psychologist’s harassment at Monroe prison
In a federal lawsuit, Tressa Grummer alleged persistent sexual harassment as an intern by her supervisor, Robert Carsrud.
‘It’s a killer’: Monroe farm loses entire flock to bird flu
Elaine Kellner said a mass cull crushed her business. She wants to see more support for other small farms hit with avian flu.
High court reinstates guilty verdicts in 1987 murders of Canadian couple
The state Supreme Court announced a 9-0 ruling on alleged juror bias Thursday in the double murder case against William Talbott.
Monroe man runs taco truck by day, makes 100 wreaths by night
Franco Montano, a former factory worker, started making the holiday wreaths in 2008. He has expanded into a thriving family business.
Semi uncouples on U.S. 2 near Monroe, blocking traffic for hours
The driver was entrapped. The severity of injuries was unknown.
‘Set for the next four years’: Monroe schools levy officially passes
The levy funds 14% of the district’s budget including athletics, extracurricular activities and some transportation services.
Crew of 4 identified in deadly Snohomish plane crash
The Cessna 208B crashed into a field near U.S. 2. on Friday. A detached wing was found about 200 yards from the fuselage.
What comes next in investigation of deadly Snohomish plane crash?
A preliminary report is expected in two to three weeks. The final investigation could take up to two years.
Crew was collecting ‘baseline’ data when airplane crashed
Raisbeck Engineering, a Tukwila-based company that specializes in airplane modifications, was leasing the plane.
Two more deaths confirmed in plane crash east of Snohomish
On Saturday, local authorities determined the plane had four — not two — passengers. Few other details were available.
Police: Child, 6, injured in impaired-driving crash
The child suffered an arm injury in the Saturday night crash, police said. The alleged driver was arrested.
Second time’s the charm? Voters narrowly approving levy in Monroe
Elsewhere, transportation levies were passing in Lake Stevens and Stanwood.
Charges declined for former cop accused of drugging woman in Monroe
Monroe police arrested Robert Lindsay in 2018, for investigation of domestic violence rape and assault with sexual motivation.