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Water fight update: Family farm has water shut off in dispute over $11,000 fee over a 50-year-old meter, water district goes silent

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SNOHOMISH —The water meter fight at a 65-year-old family farm took another turn last week as the Cross Valley Water District shut off water at the Hagen Family Farm while the water district has effectively gone silent to the affected farmers. More


Wakeboard park at Lake Tye now delayed to 2015
MONROE — The company behind a wakeboard park at Lake Tye will skip this summer but the developer says it is targeting to open the park next Memorial Day weekend. More




Monroe makes zones for marijuana
MONROE — Months after the City Council put its foot down against recreational marijuana in town, the council unanimously approved zoning regulations for processors and producers to locate in a few industrial areas within city limits and marijuana retailers along part of U.S. 2. More


Monroe Fair Days Parade is Saturday, Aug. 23
MONROE — he annual free Monroe Fair Days parade downtown is coming Saturday, Aug. 23 with plenty to see and do.
The grounds of Frank Wagner Elementary, 639 W. Main St., will be “Parade Central” for the event, with live music ... More


Monroe steamstack design selected
MONROE — A mountain motif of trees with the town name up top will adorn the former Carnation condensery steamstack visible from U.S. 2. More



Everett paying for new website, holding contest for new logo
EVERETT — The city is planning to pay a company for a new website, and also wants to get a new logo.
Everett plans to put out a $5,000 prize to spur logo submissions. The contest starts later this fall. More

 


Everett libraries cutting hours, services in Sept.
EVERETT — Both of Everett’s libraries are cutting back hours and services Sept. 2, the day after Labor Day, as part of citywide budget cuts. More


Kids Farmers Market sells out


Doug Ramsay photo, dougramsayphoto.photoshelter.com

Incoming Fryelands Elementary School kindergartner Chloe Moyes, 5, holds up her play money as she watches Cherisse Webb of Willie Green Organic Farm bag up a pound of green beans that Chloe was buying during the kid-friendly farmers market at Frank Wagner Elementary School in Monroe on Wednesday Aug. 13. Presented in conjunction with the free summer lunch program, this special market was organized by Monroe schools’ Dining Director Dana Daniel with the generosity of local growers Caruso Farms of Snohomish, Willie Greens of Monroe, Garden Treasures of Arlington and Bright Ide Acres farm. Daniel’s team provided youth with play money to buy fresh fruits and vegetables as part of the program’s focus on healthy eating. Produce such as strawberries, blueberries and carrots were hot sellers as more than 200 children and parents participated. While the event focused on healthy eating, the children also had a lesson in mathematics as they had to count out their money and weigh their produce.


Key stories on recent issues:

Carnegie Building plan

Snohomish County Heroin Epidemic

Monroe crime wave in the Fryelands


In other news:
Snohomish County Tribune
wins regional journalism awards




 

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