Everett Mayor Ray Stephanson (center) talks with Alaska Airlines Inc. CEO Brad Tilden after the groundbreaking ceremony for the new Paine Field passenger terminal June 5 in Everett. (Andy Bronson / Herald file)

Everett Mayor Ray Stephanson (center) talks with Alaska Airlines Inc. CEO Brad Tilden after the groundbreaking ceremony for the new Paine Field passenger terminal June 5 in Everett. (Andy Bronson / Herald file)

The 14-year Ray Stephanson era is coming to an end

The Herald sits down to talk to the outgoing Everett mayor about his long tenure, which ends Sunday.

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