50 years ago (1964)
Willis D. Tucker, until recently co-publisher of the Snohomish County Tribune, sold his interest and joined The Everett Herald. His new beat included contacts in Marysville, Arlington , Stanwood, Granite Falls, Darrington and Camano Island in advertising, news and picture coverage.
Karen Coey, Sharlene Wolfe and Margaret Brice were practicing a routine which would be featured Friday night in a variety show being presented by Everett General Hospital student nurses. Proceeds would be used to help send two student nurses to the national convention in Atlantic City, N.J.
25 years ago (1989)
Roland Jones, a Mukilteo Little League coach, bought a box of Ken Griffey chocolate bars at A La Card in the Everett Mall. The milk chocolate bars molded in the likeness of the Seattle Mariner star were the brainchild of Mike Cramer, who operated Pacific Trading Card Co. in Edmonds
A corridor north of the city and a chunk of land to the south should be used for business parks, not traffic-generating shopping centers, the Snohomish Planning Commission recommended yesterday. Now the decision went to City Council.
By Jack O’Donnell from Herald archives at the Everett Public Library