Seems like yesterday
Two instructors in community-service programs of Everett Junior College were to attend the 11th annual Pacific Northwest Training Laboratory later this month at Camp Waskowitz near North Bend. They were Mary Landon, leader of group development workshops, and Betty McIntosh, an instructor in family-life education.
Six of Everett’s young golfers today were competing in the Washington State Junior Tournament at Jackson Golf Course in Seattle. They were Bruce Enfield, Harold Andersen, Bob Brandvold, Larry Hickey, Ron Andersen and Dan Empens.
25 years ago (1989)
There was a new spin on the war against street crime in Everett. The police department followed the lead of police in Edmonds and Seattle and began its own experiment with mountain bikes as vehicles for fighting crime. Sgt. Chuck Innes led the operation assisted by officers Les Letoto and Greg Larson.
Staff Sgt. Timothy R. Smith, a 1980 graduate for Mariner High School, was instrumental in securing the Commander-In-Chief’s Installation Excellence Award for Cannon Air Force Base. The annual award was presented for outstanding and innovative support for the department.
By Jack O’Donnell from Herald archives at the Everett Public Library
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