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Years ago, a terrible accident changed Tara Evans' life -- but she never let it steal her optimism. #goodreads (Photo by Mark Mulligan, The Herald)

Years ago, a terrible accident changed Tara Evans' life -- but she never let it steal her optimism. #goodreads (Photo by Mark Mulligan, The Herald)

Vince Mardesich, who worked at Scott Paper Co. for 32 years starting in 1954, with his daughters, Angie Mardesich (left), who worked at the mill for 16 years, until December, and Joanne Moore, who has worked at the mill for 38 years. In the past several years, Moore has driven a forklift, a job she absolutely loves. It’s the same job her father did. The closure of the paper mill, now run by Kimberly-Clark, marks the end of an era in Everett. (Photo by Mark and Annie Mulligan, The Herald)

Vince Mardesich, who worked at Scott Paper Co. for 32 years starting in 1954, with his daughters, Angie Mardesich (left), who worked at the mill for 16 years, until December, and Joanne Moore, who has worked at the mill for 38 years. In the past several years, Moore has driven a forklift, a job she absolutely loves. It’s the same job her father did. The closure of the paper mill, now run by Kimberly-Clark, marks the end of an era in Everett. (Photo by Mark and Annie Mulligan, The Herald)

An injury abroad brings together a cadre of caregivers

Caregiver

50 history-making years of building Boeing jets in Everett

Planes

For new manager of county’s zero-DUI program, it’s personal

Manager,Zero

David Ricci lost his leg after he was struck by a train in India. As he recovers, he has found solace in his faith. "I don't want my life to be about sadness," he says. "I want it to be about joy." #goodreads (Photo by Sarah Weiser, The Herald)

David Ricci lost his leg after he was struck by a train in India. As he recovers, he has found solace in his faith. "I don't want my life to be about sadness," he says. "I want it to be about joy." #goodreads (Photo by Sarah Weiser, The Herald)

A Marysville man built a tiny chalet to keep his grandkids dry while waiting for the bus. It was built in memory of his wife. “She was a very fancy lady,” one granddaughter said. “She loved the glam, the jewelry, the big animal jackets, pointy shoes. " (Photo by Dan Bates / The Herald)

Local man makes bus shelter in memory of Grandma

A Marysville man built a tiny chalet to keep his grandkids dry while waiting for the bus. It was built in memory of his wife. “She was a very fancy lady,” one granddaughter said. “She loved the glam, the jewelry, the big animal jackets, pointy shoes. " (Photo by Dan Bates / The Herald)

Photo-collecting Everett woman ‘rescues’ faces of the past

Old Pictures

Mystery man who turned in 9/11 flag steps forward, explains

The man who turned in an American flag raised at ground zero on Sept. 11 to a Washington state courthouse has been identified

Mariner High School graduate Mary Lambert was working three jobs, barely making ends meet, when she found out that Macklemore & Ryan Lewis were going to use her voice and lyrics on their song "Same Love" -- which became a huge hit.

Living after the death of a parent

Mariner High School graduate Mary Lambert was working three jobs, barely making ends meet, when she found out that Macklemore & Ryan Lewis were going to use her voice and lyrics on their song "Same Love" -- which became a huge hit.

Some suspect Navy to blame for garage doors not working Herald (Everett, WA), Feb 9, 2017 Many garage door openers, especially older models, use frequencies in the 300-400 megahertz range. That’s a part of the electromagnetic spectrum that the Federal Communications Commission has allocated for government use, especially the military.

Some suspect Navy to blame for garage doors not working

Some suspect Navy to blame for garage doors not working Herald (Everett, WA), Feb 9, 2017 Many garage door openers, especially older models, use frequencies in the 300-400 megahertz range. That’s a part of the electromagnetic spectrum that the Federal Communications Commission has allocated for government use, especially the military.

Lynnwood couple experienced ‘the real Cuba

They neither mourn Cuba’s former president, who died a week ago, nor romanticize the revolution he led.

Musical remembrance of Everett’s ‘Bloodiest Day’ in 1916

To Tell

No single autism cause likely exists, UW center director says

No single autism cause likely exists, UW center director says

SEATTLE — There’s a reason scientists have searched for years trying to unlock the mystery of what causes autism.

9/11 ground-zero flag mystery is partially solved in Everett

Ground Zeroes,Flags

Love and humor help two slide survivors bear their losses | HeraldNet.com - Local news

Love and humor help two slide survivors bear their losses

Love and humor help two slide survivors bear their losses | HeraldNet.com - Local news