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SEE INSIDE: Bonney Lake’s Joan Rupp played professional basketball in the 1950s, Page 12 . . . . Teachers, School District reach tentative contract, Page 4 . . . Meet Sumner City Council Candidate Melony Kirkish, Page 5. . . . More construction on SR410, Page 3 . . . Spartan swimmers already qualifying for state meet, Page 16

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Schools look to lower interest rates Sumner school board votes to refinance 2003 bond debt By Daniel Nash Staff Writer

Jon Gores introduced himself to the Sumner School Board as a man “in the business of selling silver linings.” The environment of economic turbulence

at home and abroad, he said, was one likely to result in currency inflation. As unfortunate as inflation is, it would provide a perfect opportunity for the school district to refinance its debt, he said. In this case, the debt is a 2003 issuance of unlimited tax general obligation bonds with an outstanding payable value of approximately $9,000,000, and a final maturity date of June 1, 2022. Facing an interest rate in excess of 4 percent, the school board voted unanimously to refund the bonds in favor

of a new bond issuance at an interest rate of more than 2 percent. The vote will kick off the process of rerating the district, calling old bonds, and issuing new bonds. Gores told the board that a lowered rating would be unlikely in the absence of major changes in the district’s financial health, though it was necessary to go through the rating process every time a new bond is

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Swiss Park agrees to deal for fire hydrant

Spruce up that city!

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By Brian Beckley Staff Writer

Inside Check out the fall Home and Garden section inside this week’s issue of the CourierHerald. For details go to: www.blscourierherald.com click on Icon

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The eighth annual Beautify Bonney Lake event drew more than 500 volunteers to work on 22 different beautification projects throughout the city, including litter pickup, the addition of new bark to parks and plenty of weeding. Photos by Brian Beckley/To view or buy photos go to www.blscourierherald.com.

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The city of Bonney Lake this week agreed to foot the cost of a fire hydrant required as part of a small construction project at the Swiss Sportsmen’s Park. In exchange for the installing the hydrant, the club agreed to relinquish six of 12 water connections it purchased in 1949 for an advance payment of $900. City engineers estimated the cost of the hydrant and pipeline construction to be approximately $25,500. Each water connection is valued at $7,807. Swiss Sportsmen’s Club is looking to build a 960-square-foot bathroom/shower facility on their property. Because of the construction, city code would have required the park to connect to the city sewer system as well as make improvements to the street,

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The White River Project, including Lake Tapps and the Powerhouse, is 100 years old this year!

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This year marks the 100th anniversary of the development of the White River Project, including Lake Tapps and the Powerhouse. Cascade is delighted to be part of the Lake Tapps community and to recognize and honor all that has come before our ownership that made our work possible. The last Lloyd Warren, Chair century is steeped in historic moments and Cascade Water Alliance we are excited to invite the community to our Powerhouse to get a glimpse of days gone by as we work with the neighbors to plan for the future. Working with the Bonney Lake Historical Society and the Bonney Lake Courier Herald, we are proud to bring the community to these facilities that are new to us, but are a century old. We look forward to taking our new neighbors on tours of this 100 year old building. Please join us for this historic celebration on Saturday, October 1st!

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Sponsored by: Cascade Water Alliance with the Greater Bonney Lake Historical Society and The Bonney Lake Courier-Herald

2011 Fall Lake Level Information The following is the 2011 annual water level announcement from Cascade and the Lake Tapps Community Council.

By September 26, Cascade will bring the lake level up about four inches to its full recreational and water rights level of approximately 543 feet. This is the agreed upon maximum full pool elevation by the community, and taking the lake to this level will show both the homeowners and Cascade what the water level will be when Cascade is providing municipal water supply. Immediately following the rise in water level, the lake will be brought back down to the 542.5 foot level (approximately) where it will remain through October. At the end of October, the annual draw down will begin for the winter months. Cascade will let homeowners know when the lake will be at its lowest level to allow homeowners to plan maintenance and improvement projects. Permits for projects from appropriate agencies or a license from Cascade may be required. Homeowners are encouraged to check with Cascade, and with the respective city, county or state and federal agency that require permits prior to construction. For more information visit www.cascadewater.org and www.laketappsnews.com

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State Pedestrian and Bicycle Safety Grant of $841,000 was received by the city in 2009 that will help pay for the design and construction of the sidewalk.

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BOND FROM 1 issued. Under the bond financing system, an organization obtains funding for budget shortfalls or specific building projects by selling debt securities to investors. Investors buy the securities on the promise that they will be paid back their loan plus interest at an agreed date of maturity. With bond in hand, inves-

tors can hold it to maturity or sell to another investor at a price based on confidence in the issuer’s financial health. If the investor has confidence in the issuer, a bond held to maturity is a remarkably stable investment. It’s that stability which causes inflation to become a bond’s natural predator; a less-valuable dollar makes the investment less valuable. Which is why refunding Sumner

School District’s bonds is an attractive option allaround, Gores said. “Investors want a higher coupon rate (the promised future value) on their bonds,� Gores said. Though the interest rate on the securities will be lower, the coupon rate at maturity in 2022 will be set to the current value of the dollar. A refunding does not create new money for the district, but simply provides a means to retire

outstanding debt. The old bonds are defeased — voided when the borrower sets aside cash or bonds sufficient to service the debt — and therefore the new bonds are the only bonds that can affect the district’s debt capacity. No party is allowed to benefit from a bond reissuance, except taxpayers. However, the benefit to taxpayers will be small: a few cents less per $1,000 valuation on property. Investors contractually

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A LUSTROUS LOOKING SMILE Patients with discolored front teeth that cannot be corrected with tooth-whitening procedures may resort to porcelain veneers. The application of these fingernail-thin shells over the front of the teeth provide a natural-looking solution for teeth that are dull, worn, chipped, cracked, or unevenly spaced. The procedure involves removing only enough enamel from the affected tooth’s surface to accept the veneer. Aside from selecting a color for the veneers that will match natural tooth color, dentist and patient may agree to revise the smile by choosing a suitable tooth shape. The end result is a durable restoration that displays the translucency of a real tooth. As light reflects off the tooth, it gives off a lustrous, enamel-like appearance. You can rely on us to answer all your questions about dental treatments and procedures. At LAKERIDGE DENTISTRY, PLLC, we appreciate the opportunity to provide you and your family with quality dental care. Our team is made up of welltrained professionals who work together to provide the highest quality treatment in a warm, caring setting. We’re located at 8412 Myers Road E., Ste. 301. Please call 253.863.7005 to schedule an appointment. Ask us about our simple, painless, affordable 2-minute oral cancer exam using the Velscope. Ozone therapy and Reiki treatment are available. Visit us on facebook.com/Lakeridgedentistry

Teachers of the Sumner Education Association and Sumner School District reached a tentative agreement on their employment contracts Sept. 15 as confirmed by SEA President Hillery Berteaux. Details are unavailable as of yet, though Bertaux said the agreement was “fair and equitable.� Berteaux will be meeting with the bargaining support team to prepare an update to be sent to all SEA members, she said. A ratification meeting is also to be determined. It was incorrectly reported in a prior story that teachers were working without a contract before the agreement was reached. The old contract was extended during the interim. To comment on this story, view it online at w w w.b l s c o u r i e r h e ra l d . com. Reach Daniel Nash at dnash@courierherald.com or 360-825-2555 ext. 5060.

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Know your Sumner council candidates: Melony Kirkish This is the first in an intended series of profiles on candidates in the Sumner city council race. At 28 years old, Melony Kirkish is the youngest candidate vying for a seat on Sumner’s city council, though she’s not lacking in experience or ambition. She holds two bachelor’s degrees and serves on the city’s Design Commission. Now she wants to affect positive change for the city as a council member. You work as a Project Manager for the Physicians and Dentists Credit Bureau; do you think your job experience would benefit your work with council? Absolutely! My main task with P&D is to find efficiencies in their processes; how to take what they’ve already been doing and make it more user friendly and profitable. This has a clear connection to potentially streamlining governmental policies and procedures. You’ve studied both architecture and urban studies. What attracted you to these fields and how do you think they would benefit your work as a member of council? I’m a designer through and through which when applied to the built environment is really exciting! We all eat, live, work, learn and play in buildings and around buildings all day long. Having the ability to affect positive change in the world through that conduit is what drew me into the architecture program. Working with clients over the years has really helped me hone my listening and problem solving skills; both of which can be readily applied in local government! Urban Studies is urban planning, city management, political science, socio-economics and sustainability all wrapped

up into one degree. During my time in the program I had the amazing opportunity to spend some time in Holland meeting with local officials and getting a real feel for how they intentionally collaborate until there’s a consensus before they move forward with a decision that affects the city. This teamwork approach was a genuine part of their culture and it was so inspiring. That exposure will be a huge benefit to me as a member of the council. How did you come to the Design Commission? The Urban Studies program stresses how to be a good citizen in your own community and part of that is getting involved; being the change you want to see. Having worked with building codes and jurisdictions around the country on projects it became clear that sometimes our codes are weighing the system down. I wanted to start affecting code and changing it for the betterment of all parties involved. Between those things and having a mayor that was so willing to meet with me and help me find

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reading books on cities and social justice issues. And by default having three kids makes one of my hobbies chauffeuring. You’re originally from Milwaukee. How did you come to live in Sumner? After I graduated from UWM I moved to the west coast to immerse myself in the sustainability conversation. At the time it was much more prevalent here than in the Midwest and although its coming around there we’re still the front runners

to say the least. After I lived in Seattle for a few years I moved in with my now wife and children in the area. They were established in the schools and community already and I followed suit and couldn’t be happier about it. What made you decide to run for elected office? Have you had longstanding political ambitions, or is the process new to you? This is a brand new process to me. My first experience with local government was with the Auburn City

Council in November of 2008 as part of an assignment for a course I was taking. It was so empowering to be able to go up and ask anything you wanted about the city I had no idea how easy it was to have a voice and be heard. Since then I’ve gotten involved in my own community which had lead to my choice to run for office. Once you start it’s hard to stop! Why did you select Council Position 6 over

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a place in the city’s commissions was how I came to working with such a great group. What is your family dynamic like? How would you describe your approach to marriage and parenting? My family dynamic is wonderful. We have three amazing kids that share time with us as well as their other set of fantastic parents! My approach to marriage is that of integrity and lightheartedness. There’s nothing I take more seriously than my vows to be a supportive, inspiring and loving wife which is balanced with making sure we live each day to the fullest. My approach to parenting is that of unconditional love. I make sure I expose them to all the wonderful things in this world that I can and help them be the best they can be at what they chose to be a part of. Do you have any hobbies? I recently started making jewelry and am always looking to learn more in the arts; pottery, crocheting, watercolors etc. I love

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History Walk The Sumner Downtown Association hosts a historical walk through the city’s commercial corridor. Starts at 11 a.m.

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Homecoming Carnival The annual Sumner High School Homecoming Carnival is scheduled for 3 to 7 p.m. at the High School Commons, 1707 Main St., Sumner.

Lake Tapps Centennial Cascade Water Alliance is hosting a 100-year birthday party for Lake Tapps at the old Powerhouse, 2111 East Valley Hwy, Sumner.

Football or church? Check out our church directory on page 9 or simply skip it and head to the Sounder Station to catch a ride to the game!


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No debate over value of debates The great Speaker of the House Tip O’Neil famously said, “All politics is local.� I was instructed to reject everything O’Neil said, growing up in a vigilantly partisan, conservative family – but that doesn’t mean O’Neil didn’t know his politics. Making their case for local politics next month will be candidates from Enumclaw, Buckley and Sumner when they share their positions on relevant issues at our 2011 CourierHerald October debates. We’ve scheduled a debate in Buckley on Oct. 11 at the Brennan Purtzer Glacier Annex Publisher Auditorium, and another in Sumner at Sumner Presbyterian Church on Oct. 13. Both debates start at 6:30 p.m. and the public is invited. The Buckley debate will feature candidates from Enumclaw’s City Council and School Board races, plus Buckley’s City Council races. The Sumner debate will feature candidates from Sumner School Board races and the city’s three council races. There is also a race for East Pierce County Fire Commissioner, and those candidates have been invited. Public debates have become an ever-increasing part of our culture. The 2012 Republican presidential candidates have scheduled several for the fall and candidates have exploited them as a chance to become better known by potential voters. A CNN-Tea Party Express debate last week introduced each candidate as if they were prize fighters and even featured the singing of our national anthem; I had to make sure I hadn’t flipped to Monday Night Football by mistake. If used effectively and appropriately, debates give

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When the 49th state prospers, so does Washington and the Puget Sound area The 1896 Yukon gold rush triggered a boom for Seattle as prospectors flocked to ships bound for Alaska. In 1968, ARCO found black gold — oil — on the state’s North Slope around Prudhoe Bay, triggering a boom for Tacoma’s port where equipment was loaded onto ships and barges bound for our 49th state. Today, Alaska Gov. Sean Parnell (R) is launching a campaign to bring more business to his state. Parnell, who served as Sarah Palin’s lieutenant governor, has been traveling the country telling people that Alaska is open for business. He says his state is a good place to invest, and he and the legislature are determined to make it even better. One of the stops on Parnell’s whistle-stop recruitment tour was Tacoma, where he recently told a packed house at the Tacoma Transportation Club that Alaska’s doors are open for more Puget Sound business. Cargo moving to and from Alaska accounts for more than 100,000 jobs in Puget Sound and some $3.8 billion in goods and services annually. Cruise ship and airline traffic create thousands more jobs and additional billions in revenue. The Port of Seattle estimates that each Seattle-based cruise voyage nets the city $1.9 million, as passengers eat, shop and rent hotel rooms, and vessels stock up on supplies and pay for services such as unloading and trash disposal. But the Port expects to see about 62,350 fewer cruise visitors this year, a $53 million drop in

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income for the City of Seattle. While the weak economy is mostly to blame, part of the problem was Alaska’s “head tax,� a per-passenger surcharge assessed on cruise ships calling on Alaska’s ports. Because the tax increased cruise prices, it caused Holland America and other cruise lines to curtail their Alaska-bound cruises. In effect, the 223 ships leaving Seattle dropped to 195. Alaska responded by lowering the tax. That, noted Parnell, was just the start. While other states struggle with the stalled economy, Parnell says Alaska has lowered businessrelated taxes and streamlined permitting processes to attract more business. Alaska is feeling the impact of an uncertain national economy, dwindling federal funds and declining oil production taxes. To keep the state fiscally sound, Parnell vetoed over $400 million in spending from the state’s $11.4 billion budget last year and set spending targets to help the state deal with the lean times ahead. At the same time, Parnell increased the state’s budget reserves to $3 billion partly to help stabilize education funding.

Parnell stresses the need for future energy development, and his budget includes more than $1 billion for energy projects, including hydroelectric generation and transmission, renewable energy grants, weatherization, home energy rebates and power cost equalization. When asked if his initiatives would foul the environment, he said, “We live in Alaska and are not about to dirty our nest. In fact, we have some of the strongest environmental protections anywhere on the North Slope and I’d bet there is more contamination on a city street or parking lot in the lower 48. When a vehicle stops, a mat is placed underneath it in case it is leaking. That’s how clean we keep our environment. “ Parnell wants to stimulate oil and natural gas production and plans to lower taxes to make its oil and gas more competitive worldwide. He says the pipelines, pumping stations and operations centers are already in place, and Alaskans have the knowledge and technology to ramp up domestic production — much of which comes to Washington’s refineries, where it creates jobs for our residents. The good news is Parnell and Alaskans are looking to the private sector to create new jobs. Parnell’s pitch to Tacoma business leaders is simple and straight forward: “Bottom line, when Alaska prospers, the Puget Sound prospers.� Don Brunell is the president of the Association of Washington Business.


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the public some fair insight into the thinking and perspective of the candidates they have the privilege of selecting. We spend a lot of time, money and effort defending the concept of “democracy.� As such, it is our duty to actually care about whom we are giving the responsibility of governing to. I’ve worked on four political campaigns in my life and last year worked for a congressional candidate who desperately sought the opportunity to debate. It was in this effort that our campaign founded a movement I had envisioned called “Debate for Democracy.� With Debate for Democracy, we joined with the campaigns of other candidates across this great nation whose opponents decided they didn’t need to be held accountable in a public forum and attend a debate.

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Karen Yacos of Green Mountain Coffee Roasters, right, presents a plaque to community organizer Lisa Steudel as Sumner Mayor Dave Enslow and Pomegranate founder Milenko Matanovic look on during a dedication celebration Monday at the recently completed Sumner Downtown Alley Gathering Place on Main Street in Sumner. The gathering place was built by community members under the design and guidance of Pomegranate Center, an Issaquah-based nonprofit. The project was funded by Vermont-based Green Mountain Coffee, owners of the Tully’s Coffee brand. Photo courtesy Dan Lamont.

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A free dinner will be served at 5:30 p.m. for the entire family. Free childcare for siblings provided at no charge. During the first hour, parents and children meet separately with their facilitators. During the second hour, parents and children meet together as a family. To register, call the Puyallup Family Support Center at 253-845-9177.

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to have had so many wonderful opportunities in my 28 years! What city issues are important to you? Do you have aspects of city life and law that you would like to focus on during a council term? The opportunities I see are lending my knowledge on the proposed development projects, making sure we have a diversified Main Street that’s at capacity and building empowerment in the community. Part of city life is knowing what’s going on; we’re all sharing the same space and I want to make sure everyone feels heard and is comfortable sharing. I’d also like to make sure that we’re making the best building choices possible for our great city. Let’s make sure we’re living up to our mission of “setting the standard of excellence for a progressive small city�! How would you describe your personal political

philosophy? Everyone belongs and has a voice that’s what democracy is about and we can probably save ourselves some money along the way. How would you describe your experience campaigning so far? How have voters responded to you, and what issues seem to be most important to them? It’s been a great experience! I’ve been really surprised how many people that I’ve never met have reached out with support since the moment I filed. It seems people are excited to have someone with my background pursuing this position. So far people seem most concerned about parking issues, maintaining that “Sumner� feel and the effects of Orton Junction. To comment on this story, view it online at w w w.b l s c o u r i e r h e ra l d . com. Reach Daniel Nash at dnash@courierherald.com or 360-825-2555 ext. 5060.

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water connections, but there is no mention of a hydrant from the minutes or in the agreement eventually signed with Swiss. The club insisted through the process that because of the letter, the city should pay for the hydrant. City administrator Don Morrison called the deal a “compromise of sorts� and said the city should recoup the money over the long run. “It’s a mutually acceptable means of resolving the difference in opinion,� Morrison said of the agreement, calling it “practical.� “Swiss Park still believes the city owes them a fire hydrant in the first place,� he said. A call to Swiss Park was not returned by press time. The city council unanimously passed the agreement.

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Christmas, and traveling with her children and friends. She came to stay in Washington for many months each year with Nancy and Dan Lenihan of Bonney Lake. She is survived by her father Joe Olesh and wife Dorothy; sons Brandon and Jared Stillman and husband Dennis Stillman of Orange, Calif.; daughter Amanda Stillman of San Francisco; sister Nancy Lenihan and husband Dan of Bonney Lake; sister Nola Leyde and sister-in-law Kathy Bostwick of Yelm, Wash.; brother Dale Leyde and wife

Debbie of Covington, Wash; and brother Ted Olesh of Federal Way, Wash. She was proceded in death by her brother Jerry Leyde and mother Rose Mary Ispsen. A graveside service took place at 2 p.m. Tuesday, Sept. 20, at Green Acres Memorial Gardens in Ferndale, Wash. The family requests that donations be given in her name to the Comfort Therapy Program of Assured Hospice, 1821 Cooks Hill Rd., Suite 200, Centralia, Wash. 98531.

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be taking a private coach from Sumner on Friday afternoon and returning two nights later on Sunday, Sept. 25. This visit to The Oregon Garden includes a seminar, two nights at the resort, tours and free time to explore the town of Silverton and Silver Falls. “Gardening for Four Seasons� is the hot topic for cool autumn and winter landscapes at the Oregon Garden and their Garden University series but you don’t have to sit in a seminar to learn from the Oregon Garden experience. There are more than 20 different theme gardens at this horticultural haven and finding

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ally located in the upper 12 to 18 inches of soil. Larger, anchoring roots closer to and under the trunk may grow to depths of a few feet. Rocky, sandy and well-drained soils may have deeper root systems because the trees have to worker harder to reach adequate moisture. Soils with a shallow layer of clay that may cause poor drainage tend to have less deep and wider spreading root systems. Rarely do trees develop tap roots. Again it depends upon soil conditions and the species of trees.

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deeply-rooted trees. The following information may help homeowners make some watering decisions and to clear up a few misconceptions about root systems.

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Generally tree roots are quite shallow. It depends upon the soil conditions, size of plant and species. Most moisture and nutrient uptake occurs in the tiny root hairs located at the outer edges of a root system. These small roots are usu-

How far do root systems spread?

Generally, conifer trees that have needles develop root systems that may extend to or slightly beyond the “drip line� or the outer edge of a tree’s crown. Deciduous trees may have root systems that extend dozens of feet beyond the edge of a tree’s crown. I once discovered an exposed root that measured more than 100 feet from the trunk of a large cottonwood tree. Some pine and fir trees are dropping needles. Do they need more water? Many conifers such as western

red cedars, pines and fir trees naturally shed interior needles during the summer and fall because they are no longer functional. The shedding may be more prevalent during dry summers as the trees attempt to reduce transpiration to preserve moisture. If the newest or outer growth is dying, then some other problem may be involved. Causes can range from hot or freezing weather conditions, a needle disease, insect attacks, a root disease or a combination of several factors. If a problem appears to be severely stressing a tree, an inspection by a qualified professional may help determine if it can be treated, may spread to other trees or can be ignored.

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Rupp started playing basketball in 1952 after the Cowgirls played her hometown. “I thought, ‘Dang, I want to do that.’”

Joan Rupp opens her scrapbook to her days as a traveling basketball player. She was a center and a forward for Dempsey’s Texas Cowgirls, an all-women’s competition and showmanship team in the tradition of the Harlem Globetrotters. Photo by Brian Beckley/To view or buy photos go to www.blscourierherald.com.

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Well before there was the WNBA, before there was an NCAA women’s tournament and before women were playing basketball in the Olympics, Bonney Lake’s Joan Rupp was making a name for herself on the hardwood. “I was good,” said Rupp, 77, with a twinkle in her eye. “It was the best six years of my life.”

As a member of Dempsey’s Texas Cowgirls in the 1950s, Rupp was a pioneer of women’s basketball, barnstorming from town to town all across the country in a Mercury Station Wagon playing everywhere from small high school arenas to the most famous courts in the nation. “We’d come into the town and play the big shot who owned the stores,” she said, adding that sometimes

they’d play the local Jaycees or Lions clubs, sometimes the local high school teams. Like the Harlem Globetrotters, with whom they sometimes performed, the Cowgirls would wow the crowds with their ball-handling routines or Trotter-like pranks of hogtying one of the opposing

eight grils piled in there,” Rupp said, driving from town to town and state to state, wherever the next game took them. “I’ve been in every state in the union in the five years I played,” she said. In some towns they played in high school gymnasiums

or YMCA clubs while in the big cities, the ladies often took center stage on some of the biggest arenas in the world. “Madison Square Garden (in New York City) and the Cow Palace (in San Francisco) were my favorites,” Rupp said. Along with local politicians and former high school stars, the Cowgirls took on all comers. In one memorable game in Wisconsin, Rupp and the Cowgirls took on Green Bay Packers legend Bart Starr. “We played against him; he was a real man,” Rupp remembered. The Cowgirls even traveled with the Globetrotters and met and played with legends Meadowlark Lemon and Wilt “The Stilt” Chamberlain, fresh out of college and before his professionals days in the NBA.

“It was sad when I think of it now,” Rupp said. “They were gentlemen.” Playing with the Cowgirls even took Rupp around the world as part of a USO tour, playing for the troops all over Europe and back again. “We got to go overseas,” she said., “Spain, Turkey Greece.” Alaska was a special thrill for the ladies. “They had dogsleds for us to take us to our barracks!” she said with a laugh. During her time traveling, Rupp said there were only a few instances where they had any trouble. The team had its fair share of flat tires and Rupp said their coach was notoriously cheap and the team often ran out of gas. Once, in Chicago, the girls luggage was stolen off the top of the car and they had to rely on the kindness of strangers to get back on their feet. The Cowgirls season ran from October to April and the girls often played up to 160 games a year. And according to the detailed notebooks Rupp keeps in three large boxes with the rest of her playing memories, the Cowgirls won about 60 percent of their games while she was on the team. Rupp said the girls made about $80 a week and in the offseason, she continued to

The Cowgirls traveled with the Globetrotters and saw segregation of the black players firsthand on stops in the deep south. “It was sad when I think about it. They were gentlemen.” Rupp even got a firsthand look at some of the issues tearing at the nation when their bus would pull into a town in the deep south and the African-American players were forced to keep to their own locker rooms and water fountains.

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           Mayor Neil Johnson and City Administrator Don Morrison appointed Bonney Lake Assistant Chief Dana Powers as Interim Police Chief of the City of Bonney Lake effective September 16, following the retirement of Police Chief Mike Mitchell. Chief Powers has served as Assistant Police Chief since 2008, worked for the Bonney Lake Police Department since 1992, and has over 21 years of law enforcement experience. Dana Powers grew up in the Bonney Lake area, attending Bonney Lake Elementary and eventually to Sumner High School. She later graduated from the University of Nebraska. In 1990 she was hired full time with the Tacoma Police Department. She spent two years with TPD in the patrol unit until she transferred to the Bonney Lake Police Department in 1992. After joining the Bonney Lake Police Department, she started the D.A.R.E. program and served as a member of the newly formed Marine Services Unit. She was also part of Bonney Lake’s first Special Response Team, which turned into Metro Pierce SWAT, where she was the negotiation team leader and part of the entry team. She has also served as Detective, Patrol Sergeant, and Administrative Sergeant. In November 2006 she accepted the acting Operations Lieutenant’s position working as Chief Mike Mitchell’s second in command. In 2008 she was promoted to Assistant Chief with a restructuring of the Police Department. „

      During campaign season, the City grants an exception to allow political signs to be placed in the Right-of-Way. However, that exception does not apply to WSDOT and SR410. WSDOT will remove any sign encroaching on SR410 ROW. With the new landscaped medians placed in SR410 in Eastown, it is dangerous and illegal to place any type of sign in the landscaped media. Any sign so placed in a landscaped median will be immediately confiscated and destroyed. „

       A White River Project & Lake Tapps Centennial Celebration will be held Saturday, October 1, 2011 from 10am - 1pm at the former Lake Tapps Powerhouse, located at 2111 East Valley Highway. The White River Project, including Lake Tapps and the Powerhouse, is 100 years old this year! Join the fun at this free community celebration! Tour the powerhouse, learn more about the history of Lake Tapps and the White River Project, and enjoy food, fun and entertainment! If you have any old pictures or stories from the White River Project, please contact Cascade Water Alliance at contact@cascadewater.org. This event is sponsored by the Cascade Water Alliance with the Greater Bonney Lake Historical Society & the Bonney Lake Courier-Herald. „

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The City of Bonney Lake launched its official Facebook page last month. The City of Bonney Lake Facebook page provides citizens with a new route to interact with their City government. The page includes information on upcoming events, public notices, and newsletters. The Facebook page is yet another means to inform people. The City’s website which will remain the principle source of City information. Residents and friends can visit the official City website at www. citybonneylake.org and click the Newsletter Signup for a link to the City’s official Facebook page. Once there be sure to bookmark the page for future reference. „

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Park Board

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    The City of Bonney Lake Police Department and KeyBank will host a counterfeit awareness seminar on Monday, Sept. 26, 2011, from 4:305:30pm in the Public Safety Building at 18421 Sumner Buckley Hwy E. Police and Key Bank personnel will educate business employees and interested residents on the security features in our US currency. This educational training will help sales staff or general citizens recognize and avoid accepting counterfeit bills. There will be handouts. „

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Thursday Madison Munger was one of two Sumner High School Swimmers to post state-qualifying times, despite a team loss to Enumclaw High School. She is pictured here before winning the 200-yard Individual Medley event at the meet. Photo by Brenda Sexton/To view or buy photos go to www.blscourierherald.com.

By Daniel Nash Staff Writer

Despite some solid times, the Sumner Spartans succumbed to Enumclaw and Fife in its away meets Sept. 13 and Thursday. They finished 101-79 against Enumclaw and 93-77 against Fife. “The team score this week wasn’t the best,�

SHS Swimming 4The swim team faces Eatonville High School in away play today, Wednesday. coach Dana Powers wrote in an e-mail to the team. “However we had some good swims!� The week’s state qualifying times came from Sami Hendricks and Madison

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The Sumner High soccer squad came out of the gate fast as it moved to 3-1 overall and 2-0 in South Puget Sound League 2A action after nipping White River 1-0 in overtime and demolishing the Eatonville High Cruisers 6-0 at Sunset Chev Stadium Thursday. WRHS was the first unwilling victim as SHS won when Brenna Allsop legged a rocket past the Hornet netminder. Sumner claimed another league triumph when

Kaylie Rozell narrowly escapes a potentially nasty fall after Eatonville’s captain throws out a leg. Photo by John Leggett/To view or buy photos go to www.blscourierherald.com.

it blanked the visiting Cruisers 6-0 behind a four goal performance turned in by last year’s SPSL 2A MVP, junior striker Kaylie Rozell. Rozell scored a first half hat trick, then tacked on one last goal in the second half before taking the remainder of the evening off. Also scoring goals in the shutout were Sarah Carter and Ellie DeGoede. Responsible for the tandem of cleansheetings were freshmen goalies Abby Smith and Jamie Lange, who filled in for the injured Alex Hoyt, an all-league first teamer last season. Sumner takes its offensive show on the road this week. The Lady Sparts trekked to Clover Park Tuesday and will take on Washington High Thursday night.

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Following a trio of nailbiting victories, Bonney Lake High football coach Chad Barrett may be developing a touch of gray. Friday night at Timberline High’s South Sound Stadium in Lacey, it happened again. After Bonney Lake amassed a 20-0 first period advantage, the Trailblazers battled back to make it a barnburner by game’s end and only a stubborn Panther defense prevented THS from coming all the way back in the heart-pounding 33-28 encounter. As the game began to take shape, it seemed as though the visiting squad may have an easy go of it, as Timberline was shooting

itself in the foot and turned over the ball three times in the first quarter, leading to a trio of Panther touchdowns. After Bonney Lake kicker Cameron Goenner legged through two of his extra point attempts, the big cats had bounded to a 20-0 upper hand. BLHS running back E.J. Harris tacked on his third and fourth rushing touchdowns in the second period and the Panthers were out front 33-14 at intermission. Bonney Lake had the Timberline defense on its heels in the first half as it seemed to deviate from its customary aerial barrage and instead, had rolled up more than 100 yards on the ground. The Blazer defense got stingy in the second half, holding Panthers scoreless

for the remainder of the game. Timberline stormed back to tally another tandem of touchdowns in the third quarter and it looked as though the Trailblazers might just pull one out of the fire. Going into the final 12 minutes of play the scoreboard read 33-28 with Bonney Lake clinging to a slim lead, but the momentum favored the home team. It was a stand-off in the fourth quarter, as the two squads exchanged body punches like a couple of pugilists in a prize fight, but it was Bonney Lake’s defense that ruled the night. “I was really pleased with the way our guys hung in there for the win,� Barrett said. “They are looking bet-

ter and smarter with each passing week. When a team can repeatedly pull off wins with all that pressure, that to me is what separates an average squad from a well-rounded unit that is maturing and coming into its own.� Bonney Lake will next play at 7 p.m. Friday at Sunset Chev Stadium, when it hosts Lincoln High of the Narrows League. Lincoln visits the Panthers still riding the crest of an emotional tidal wave, generated by the 50-21 bludgeoning it unleashed on Enumclaw last week. To comment on this story, view it online at www.courierherald.com. Reach John Leggett at jleggett@courierherald.com or 360-825-2555 ext. 5054.

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Scoring frenzy culminates in 41-0 victory By Brenda Sexton Staff Writer

Lineman Connor Mott scooped up a first-quarter Fife fumble and rambled 57 yards into the end zone Friday night to start a Sumner Spartan scoring frenzy that culminated in a 41-0 victory over the Trojans. Before the blitz was over, quarterback Aaron Clark rushed for touchdowns of 15 and 20 yards

and hit receiver Brennan Mickelson on a 4-yard pass for another. Running back Lokahi Kamau also lit up the scoreboard by scampering into the end zone on runs of 10 and 15 yards. Dave DeVries’ foot got a workout. He kicked five out of six PATs through the uprights. “The defense played fantastic,� coach Keith Ross said. “Shutouts are hard to come by and Fife has some

weapons and we shut them down.� Mott’s TD was the Spartans’ second defensive touchdown in a three-game season. Sumner’s offense wasn’t too shabby either, tallying 401 yards. “It was our first league game and we came out and made a statement,� Ross said. “It was good for the kids to start the season that way. We did what we wanted to do. We played defense

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The Bonney Lake Panthers won three soccer games in three nights last week to run their season record to a still-perfect 4-0. All four victories were against nonleague foes. The Panthers’ fourth win of the season came Thursday night when the team traveled to Yelm and registered a 4-0 victory over the Tornadoes. Bonney Lake wasted little time jumping on top, receiving a goal from Alicia Bowman just three minutes into the contest. That lead held until early in the second half when Bonney Lake exploded for three goals in 13 minutes. Madi Adams started the scoring spree in the 44th minute, Lindsey Hanbidge added a goal

at 51 minutes and Emily Richmond booted the final goal at 57 minutes. Madi Lowry recorded the shutout in goal. The Panthers’ third victory of the season came Sept. 14, a 3-1, home-field decision over Roosevelt High. First-half goals were scored by Bowman and Richmond, with another delivered late in the game by Karissa Burnett. Sept. 13 brought the Panthers a 2-0 victory over Tacoma’s Wilson High. Playing at home, Richmond scored in the first half and Bowman found the net late in the game. The Panthers played early this week, hosting Eastside Catholic Tuesday night. Thursday, Bonney Lake travels to Orting for a 6 p.m. contest. Both are nonleague games.

Packer tops in golf tourney Lake Tapps Sean Packer was among the top golfers at the 27th Annual Pacific Northwest Men’s Mid-Amateur Championship conducted by the Pacific Northwest Golf Association at Everett Golf and Country Club in Everett, Wash., Thursday. Sandy Harper of Nanaimo, B.C., shot a dominant final round 6-under par 66 to capture the title. After shooting 1- and 2-under par in the first two rounds, Packer finished the final round at 2-over par 74. The Pacific Northwest Men’s Mid-Amateur Championship is one of 16 regional championships conducted annually by the PNGA. For pairings, live scoring, and more information on the Pacific Northwest Men’s Mid-Amateur Championship please visit www.thepnga. org.

SWIM FROM 16 the 100 backstroke and again in the 200 IM. Gustafson qualified in the 100, 200, and 500 freestyle, and in the 200 IM. Huynh qualified twice in the 100 breaststroke, and twice again in the 200 IM. Munger qualified in the 100 backstroke. Alejandra Castro dropped more than six seconds in the 200-freestyle against Fife. Kristen Easterly’s drops brought jaws down with them, with a more than 11-second drop in the 100 breaststroke and more than 22 seconds in the 100 butterfly.

Ashleigh Johnson dropped nearly 2 seconds in the 100 freestyle, just short of 4 seconds in the 200 freestyle, slightly more than 3 seconds in the 100 backstroke, and an astounding 19 seconds in her 100 breaststroke time. Gustafson dropped more than half a second in the 100 freestyle and nearly four seconds in 200 IM. Huynh dropped nearly 5 seconds in the 200 IM. Carrie Miller dropped more than 5 seconds in the 100-yard breaststroke. Nicole Stoneback posted her best times in the 50 freestyle with a 32.08, 1:30.65 in the 100-yard freestyle and 1:21.49 in the 100 backstroke.


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Bonney Lake’s girls had Auburn Mountainview teed off last week, winning their home match against Auburn Mountainview 120-96. Megan Charron was the medalist of the match with a 42 -- and 30 points -- on High Cedars’ par-36 course. Anna Babbitt shot a 39 for 24 points. The boys varsity golf team wasn’t so fortunate, experiencing a rough week with losses to Peninsula, Sumner and Auburn Mountainview. The score was 78-37 against Peninsula, with Kash Kolterman and Josh Journey totalling points. “I look at it as a time for the boys to experience the course since they are all still very young to the game,” coach J.D. Rushton said. At Sumner, the varsity boys lost 74-52, with Kash leading with nine points. The silver lining was that the junior varsity boys left victorious, and freshman Taylor Dow had the best round of his career, shooting 40. Auburn Mountainview ended 94-47 against Bonney Lake. Journey, Mat Yuste and Jacob Rash were the varsity team leaders with nine points each. The golf team pitted against Decatur High School Tuesday and will face off against Lakes High Thursday.

Sumner High School’s boys golf team has hit the ground running, beating Steilacoom 70-56, Bonney Lake 74-52 and White River 66-62 in week two of the season. They’re undefeated so far, with a 3-0 record in league play and a 4-0 record over the season. Brandon Barlow shot the low score of 39 against Steilacoom and 38 against Bonney Lake. Tom Murphy was the medalist Thursday, with a 39-stroke total against White River. Play resumed Tuesday against Fife High School and the team faces off against Franklin Pierce High School Thursday.

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The Sumner High cross country contingent participated in the South Puget Sound League 2A 5K Class Race at Spanaway Lake Park and had harriers excel in each class. Juniors Jose Hernandez and Coltin Tanner completed the course with times of 17 minutes, 30 seconds and 17:32, respectively. Gabby Phelps finished second among all of the senior girls with a clocking of 21:08, which bested

her finest 2010 5K time by nearly a minute. Cory Brandt also turned in a fine outing, crossing the finish line at 17:57. The highlights from the freshman and sophomore classes for Sumner were freshman Thomas Oliver, who in his debut race galloped to a second place overall time of 19:42. In the sophomore class, Arturo Perez, Abi Hensler and Amanda Riley all turned in excellent performances. Saturday, SHS was well represented at the

50-team Fort Steilacoom Invitational. Both genders finished 20th and standing out individually for the male Sparts were Tanner with a time of 16:49, Hernandez at 17:03 and Brandt, 17:26. For the girls it was Phelps in 15th place overall with a time of 19:39, Natasha Wilson at 21:38, Robi Long at 22:47 and Allie Sims at 23:57. The Spartans’ initial SPSL 2A race will come Thursday when Washington High hosts Sumner and Fife.

BLHS Cross Country The Bonney Lake High cross country squad didn’t have any engagements on the docket last week. The Panther harriers lift the lid on their 2011 South Puget Sound League 3A season today, Wednesday when they visit Enumclaw High.

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The Sumner High volleyball squad’s South Puget Sound League 2A campaign has officially begun and the Spartans have yet to claim a single victory, but they came about as close as possible Thursday against Fife. The Spartans came out with guns blazing, winning the first couple of sets 25-17 and 25-16. But the Trojans awakened with a tandem of victories of their own to push the match into overtime. When the dust cleared it was Fife that emerged the 15-11 victor to come away with the 3-2 match win.

Sumner setter Sara Huette not only notched 30 assists, but additionally recorded 15 digs and a half dozen kills. Also providing thrills for the partisan Spartan crowd were hitters Karissa Smith and Haylee Steinman, who managed 10 and 19 kills, respectively, as well as 17 digs each. Brittany Smith logged 5 kills, 15 digs and four aces. Sumner traveled to Washington High Tuesday. Thursday, the Spartans host Steilacoom. To comment on this story, view it online at www.courierherald.com. Reach John Leggett at jleggett@courierherald.com or 360-825-2555 ext. 5054.

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If you already have a brilliant Japanese maple in your landscape then highlight the leaf color by adding a companion color nearby. Grow beyond the familiar maples that display red leaves. Try the more unusual plant and tree specimens found at The Oregon Garden but offered now at area nurseries. You might include the bronze and purple leaves of the perilla plant the metalliclooking berries of Pernettya or some of the native plants written about by Lewis and Clark and displayed in the history garden.

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this show garden showcases the creative use of stone, gravel and boulders as a backdrop to plant material. Something as simple as placing a large rock next to an interesting plant can change the way you see your landscape and start your own garden down the path towards a garden for all seasons. Fall is in the air and autumn is ripe for a fresh start in the garden. Make this the season for inspiration, improvement and year round interest. ttt Marianne Binetti is the author of “Easy Answers for Great Gardens� and several other books. For answers to gardening questions, write to her at: P.O. Box 872, Enumclaw, 98022. Send a self-addressed, stamped envelope for a personal reply. Reach her at www.binettigarden.com Copyright for this column owned by Marianne Binetti.


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