Favorite Photos From 2018

December 30, 2018

Everett

Editor’s note: I take a lot of photos of things happening in Everett, Washington over the course of the year. Here are a couple of photos from each month of 2012 that stand out because of a significant event, an impact on Everett, a simple action or because I just liked how it came out. Happy New Year and thank you for your support as we move into our eighth year of bringing you news and photos of Everett you can’t find anywhere else. Click photo to enlarge. Leland Dart – Publisher. (All photos copyright MyEverettNews, LLC. May not be reproduced or used without written permission.)

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January 2018: An Everett Police officer shrouded in fog on a late night.

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January 2018: Cassie Franklin takes the oath of office as the first woman elected Mayor in the City of Everett.

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February 2018: An officer photographs a shell casing before collecting it as gun violence in Everett becomes an increasing concern.

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February 2018: Flames tickle the edge of an RV that was destroyed in a fire where the owner was drying marijuana.

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March 2018: St. Patrick’s Day sunset at Legion Park.

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March 2018: Neighbors gather together to clean up the Delta Neighborhood.

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April 2018: The driver of this Hummer was reportedly passed out on Everett Mall Way. Police blocked the vehicle in with their SUVs before waking the driver.

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April 2018: A new bed system replaces bunks at Everett Gospel Mission providing easier access and privacy for clients while developing a new revenue stream for the mission.

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May 2018: The driver escaped out the back after this van lost control and burst into flames on Evergreen Way.

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May 2018: The graduating class of WSU Everett 2018 heads across Broadway to commencement.

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June 2018: Bullet holes in a car door are visible after a teen was shot at a Park and Ride in Everett and driven to the hospital by friends.

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June 2018: One of the largest protests thru Everett in recent years as over 800 people marched over family separations.

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July 2018: Signs go up in neighborhoods over impacts of the Metro Everett plan on residents near downtown.

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July 2018: Ed Gay with the Boys and Girls Clubs of Snohomish County at the start of another session of Badges for Baseball

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August 2018: Everett Firefighters on the dock during a fire at a boat house at the Port of Everett.

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August 2018: Kids are having a ball as an Everett Fire Truck transforms into a huge sprinkler during a hot afternoon at Walter Hall Park.

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September 2018: Everett Firefighters use special tools from Technical Rescue 1 to free two drivers each trapped in this crash on Evergreen Way.

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September 2018: Two hours after fire was first reported three ladder trucks are still pouring water into the Judd and Black building on Hewitt.

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October 2018: A man fleeing from Everett Police stops to consider his options after crawling out a window.

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October 2018: The aftermath from an impaired driver’s 3-vehicle crash and fire north of downtown Everett.

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November 2018: Tow truck drivers from around Puget Sound in a procession to honor Ron Hansen travel south on Broadway from downtown Everett to Evergreen Cemetery.

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November 2018: Everett Firefighters and their families serve a traditional Holiday dinner to seniors at the Carl Gipson Senior Center in Everett.

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December 2018: A name is spoken, a bell rings, the empty chair remains during the annual Homeless Memorial Vigil in Everett. This year 36 people including 5 veterans were remembered.

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December 2018: Over 175 kids in Everett and another 600 across the county received gifts during Holiday with Heroes events this year.



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My Everett News is a hyperlocal news website featuring breaking news and events in Everett, WA. We also cover City of Everett information and items of interest to those who live and work in Everett. It's written by Leland Dart a former Snohomish County based radio reporter born and raised in Everett.

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