Past and present Tri-City Herald colleagues shared memories and cake Friday with Chris Sivula on his last day at the newspaper. Sivula was the Herald's editorial page editor. He spent 32 years at the Herald, also working as an assistant city editor and reporter.
Past and present Tri-City Herald colleagues shared memories and cake Friday with Chris Sivula on his last day at the newspaper. Sivula was the Herald's editorial page editor. He spent 32 years at the Herald, also working as an assistant city editor and reporter. Tri-City Herald
Past and present Tri-City Herald colleagues shared memories and cake Friday with Chris Sivula on his last day at the newspaper. Sivula was the Herald's editorial page editor. He spent 32 years at the Herald, also working as an assistant city editor and reporter. Tri-City Herald

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