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Doreen Ricci shares memories of her late father, Jake Boersema, who worked 48 years for Sears in Everett, many of these years at the Everett Mall store. Among his memorabilia is an engraved clock, a trophy awarded in 1977 for Boersema having the No.1 Sears hardware department in the nation. (Dan Bates / The Herald)
As Sears closure looms, daughter of star salesman looks back

A “retail baby,” she’s still in the business as the store where her dad spent decades nears its final days.

Drones give state, local agencies a helpful eye in the sky

The Washington State Patrol has one of the largest drone fleets in the country with 130 statewide.

An annual tradition: Local fire crews fight California blaze

Firefighters from agencies throughout Snohomish County have made it back home, “safe and sound.”

Everett ivory seller jailed in first conviction under new law

Donald Rooney, 72, was given 15 days in jail, a month under house arrest and $14,000 in fines.

Male found with gunshot injuries in Lynnwood area

Reports of gunfire sent deputies to the 3700 block of 164th Street SW, where the victim was found.

Cities start to deal with the fallout of I-976

Without the revenue car tabs brought in projects and road maintenance are likely to be postponed.

‘The most outstanding building in Everett’

The historic downtown YMCA served for nearly a century. Today it closes.

Pedestrian who died in Marysville crash Sunday identified

Matthew A. Dick, 45, was struck by a vehicle in the 4900 block of 61st Street.

‘Epstein didn’t kill himself’ painted on the rock of Snohomish

Epstein conspiracy jumped from Internet memes and politics to a stone usually used for school pride.

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