The pedestrian bridge at Howarth Park in Everett is seen as an excavator works Tuesday. (Ian Terry / The Herald)

Changes at Howarth Park will make people and fish happier

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Cascade High’s Thi Vu is hugged by Jan Jensen after receiving the Brett Akio Jensen Scholarship at the Rotary Club of Everett’s annual scholarship awards held at the Everett Public Schools Community Resource Center on Monday in Everett. Don Jensen (left) and Jan gave a scholarship in their son’s name. (Andy Bronson / The Herald)
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