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Bonney Lake police find human remains Man suspected of homicide after reporting girlfriend missing By Brian Beckley Staff Writer

Bonney Lake police have arrested an Inlet Island man on suspicion of homicide after human remains were found in his residence Sunday Morning. The remains are believed to belong to the man’s girlfriend, who has been identified as

Mary Mushapaidzi, 42. According to police, the man called police at approximately 11 a.m. Sunday to report his girlfriend missing. He told police she left to go jogging at 5:30 a.m. and never returned. Police said the man was acting suspicious during their discussions. “We came out and spoke with him and decided we need to get the detectives involved,” Bonney Lake Sgt. Tom Longtine said Monday morning. Bonney Lake detectives and members of the Metro Crime Response Team received

a search warrant for the premises in the 4700 block of North Island Drive and located the remains inside. According to police, the remains could not be identified because of their condition, but the search Mary Mushapaidzi for the missing woman has been called off. According to Longtine, the couple are

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Cars wait at the intersection of state Route 410 and Sky Island Drive. The intersection will be improved and the road widened as part of the traffic mitigation involved in the Franciscan Medical Pavilion Project. Photo by Brian Beckley/To view or buy photos go to www. blscourierherald.com.

Deal reached over intersection By Brian Beckley Staff Writer

The construction company in charge of building the new Franciscan health building in Bonney Lake have reached an agreement with the city regarding the traffic mitigation at the

intersection near their site. According to the draft agreement with the city, Franciscan will pay the city $1 million and dedicate a strip of land as right-of-way. The money will be used for frontage improvements includ-

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That’s two for, and one against: the Urban Growth Area amendment that would allow the construction of Orton Junction in Sumner crept closer to a Pierce County Council vote, following approval by the Community Development Committee Oct. 3. The committee—comprised of five of the seven members of the county council and including local councilman Dan Roach—stamped its approval onto the amendment following more than two hours of consideration, replete with impassioned argument from both sides of the issue. Representatives from the city of Sumner, MultiCare Health System, Friends of Pierce County and community and land preser-

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Bonney Lake council split on renaming road By Brian Beckley Staff Writer

Following an unexpected backlash from residents, the Bonney Lake city council appears to be rethinking its plans to rename part of the Sumner-Buckley Highway in honor of veterans. The council seems to be split between those in favor of renaming the road and those who have changed their minds after members of the community complained about losing a bit of history and a cost to businesses regarding the change. For now, however, the decision to rename the stretch of road from state Route 410 to Angeline Road is on hold as the council seeks more input from the Greater Bonney Lake Veterans Memorial Committee, which initially suggested the change earlier this year. Councilmember Mark Hamilton, who took up the idea in September after thinking about the anniversary of the Sept. 11, 2001, attacks and the entrance of the nation into

war that October, again cited his support of the change. Hamilton said the Sumner-Buckley Highway is a good choice because the roadway began its life in the 1850s as designated military road between Fort Walla Walla and Fort Steilacoom. “Of all the roads in the city of Bonney Lake, it has a military history to it,� he said. Councilmembers Laurie Carter and Dan Decker, oppose the name change after hearing from several constituents regarding the change. Carter said she spoke to many people at a variety of public events over the weekend and no one supported the change. She also worried about the potential cost increases to businesses along the strip of road, citing checks, invoices, business cards and advertising as things that would need to be changed. Carter also suggested holding off until the city’s planned civic campus is built in the future and naming one of the new

streets in honor of veterans. Decker also said he had been contacted by more than 30 residents, none of whom supported the change. “Me personally, I think it needs to remain as is,� he said. Carter and Decker both said most people support naming a road for veterans, just not SumnerBuckley Highway. Deputy Mayor Dan Swatman said he still supported the name change. “I think there’s a great opportunity for the city to do something,� Swatman said, adding that he thought it was a little “short-sighted and unfortunate� that some of the people were standing in the way of what he termed progress. Swatman also wondered about the potential costs to the businesses on the road, saying the post office will continue to deliver to the old address and that current advertising would probably not be affected. “There’s not a business out there that has ‘SumnerBuckley Highway’ on their

sign,� he said. There are 26 property owners who would be affected by the change, most of which are small businesses. Several have said they do not support the change because of cost reasons and because of the difficulty of attracting business amidst the confusion of a change. Mayor Neil Johnson, who supports the name change, said he has also spoken to a lot of people in his neighborhood and they are all supportive of the change. “Based on who you ask and where you ask, you are going to get different answers,� he said. Johnson said he respects the city’s history, but also talked about “creating something new. “What’s going to be the history of the future of Bonney Lake?� he asked. “Someday I will be an oldtimer,� he added. “I think

The Sumner-Buckley Highway will remain as such for now as the city council studies the issue further. File photo by Brian Beckley it’s a great opportunity to honor an important group and set a different course of history for Bonney Lake.� Swatman, Johnson and Hamilton also addressed the notion that one of the city’s major roads carries the name of two smaller cities instead of something that reflects Bonney Lake. “It’s not about Sumner. It’s not about Buckley.

It’s about Bonney Lake,� Johnson said. “It was named prior to the city being incorporated, but now it’s incorporated and we should take ownership,� Hamilton said. To comment on this story view it online at www. blscourierherald. Reach Brian Beckley at bbeckley@ courierherald.com or 360825-2555, ext. 5058

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ORTON FROM 1 vation advocacy group FutureWise spoke on behalf of their respective organizations’ stance on the issue. The UGA amendment proposes to redesignate 182 acres of agricultural lands south of state Route 410 as urban use lands for mixed commercial and residential zoning. The reallocation of lands would allow for the construction of a YMCA and “big box� retailers. The city has argued that Orton Junction would create jobs, promote economic prosperity and lure back retail dollars that would otherwise go across the border into King County. “It (the Orton Junction approval) does a lot with the land it uses,� Sumner Spokesperson Carmen Palmer said in public comment to the committee. “Bringing things like health care, YMCA, a farm-

FRANCISCAN FROM 1 ing curbs, gutters, sidewalks, lights, trees and landscaping along state Route 410 and 184th Avenue East, also known as Sky Island Drive, which will also need to be widened.

er’s market, retail, housing options that are currently missing. “And also in this day and age with 10 percent unemployment, it brings jobs.� Andrea Tull, the manager of government relations for MultiCare Health Systems, testified in support of the amendment on the grounds of health care services development. “In providing care to the community, we strive to respond to the needs that the residents identify as most important to their well-being and quality of life,� Tull said. “We have heard from patients and community residents and community leaders that they’re interested in prevention services to help keep them healthy, not just the treatment services for when they are ill. “We have a longstanding partnership with the YMCA, we look forward to continuing that partnership, and in that vein we

support this amendment.� The proposal has been controversial on two fronts. The city of Bonney Lake has gone on record as opposing the amendment, in both a letter to the county council and in voiced dissent at a meeting of the Pierce County Regional Council. Bonney Lake’s council partially based its argument on the belief that the city of Sumner has misrepresented a major retail vacuum in the immediate area, when the need is presently filled by retailers in Bonney Lake. Friends of Pierce County and FutureWise have attacked the proposal primarily from a land preservation standpoint. The groups have argued that the amendment would unnecessarily diminish available agricultural resource lands. The city and the land preservation groups have all argued that there is adequate space within Sumner’s present UGA to support the desired Orton

Junction construction. “If you want jobs now, build inside Sumner’s Urban Growth Area,� said Tim Trohimovich, the codirector of planning and law for FutureWise. To date in the formal process to bring the proposed amendment to a vote, the Pierce County Regional Council of city representatives made a vote of approval and the Pierce County Planning Commission advised against adopting the proposal. The Commission rejected the proposal in July by a 4-3 vote, on the basis that it was unnecessary to redesignate agricultural lands to create the desired jobs. “Since 1995, 3,200 acres of farmland have already been annexed into cities,� Friends of Pierce County Executive Director Marian Berejikian said. “We have a 486-signature petition (against this proposal). Why is this proposal even being considered when

Despite an estimated traffic mitigation fee of approximately $680,000, the company decided to pay a full million to allow the city to do the mitigation. “The mitigation fee is not the whole story,� said Chris Dewald of Rush Commercial. “It’s not

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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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materials for students in grades 4 and 5. The District has adopted the state model, KNOW HIV/STD Prevention, a comprehensive education curriculum widely used by Washington state school districts to fulfill the state’s requirement for providing AIDS education to their students. Curriculum Review Night is scheduled for 4:30 to 6:30 p.m. Oct. 20 at the Sumner High School Library, 1707 Main St., Sumner. Parents wishing to exclude their child from the HIV/STD curriculum required by our state must preview this curriculum and sign an exclusion form

VanHoof and Huttenlocker exchange vows Kea VanHoof and Nicolas Huttenlocker were married June 4, 2011, during a ceremony at Rainier Hills Christian Church. Joe Huttenlocker, uncle of the groom, performed the ceremony. A celebration after the wedding took place at Swiss Sportsman’s Club. The bride is the daughter of Gordy and Denise VanHoof. She graduated from Enumclaw High School in 2004 and is employed as a dental assistant in Enumclaw. The groom is the son of Domenic and Charlene

Obituary Former Sumner resident Brent Anderson died recently. He was born Feb. 27, 1956, in Salem, Ore. His family moved to Washington where he graduated from Sumner High School in 1974. He earned a teaching degree at Washington State University and a degree in educational administration from Central Washington University. His career in education spanned 32 years, serv-

ing as teacher/coach, vice principal and principal in the Central Kitsap School District. His current role has been as a graduation requirement specialist in the Bremerton School District where he had much satisfaction assisting students in acquiring their high school diplomas. He was passionate about students, family, friends the outdoors and the WSU Cougars. He is survived by daughter Kelsi, son Ryan, mother Carol Anderson and sister

Lorene Broulette. A celebration of life will take place at 2 p.m., Oct. 23, at the Silverdale Beach Hotel. Memorials are suggested to The Strong Kids Campaign at the Hazelwood Family YMCA, 3909 N.W. Randall Way, Silverdale, Wash. 98383.

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COLLAR ID One of the wonders of the mouth is how the gums wrap tightly around the teeth much like a turtleneck collar hugs the neck. At the edge of the gumline, the gum tissue folds back underneath itself, creating a snug, 1- to 3-millimeter furrow around each tooth (the “gingival sulcus�). To measure the health of the gums, the hygienist or dentist gauges the depth of the gingival sulcus at several points around each tooth by inserting a thin measuring rod (periodontal probe). A depth of over 3 millimeters may indicate that a pocket is forming between the tooth and gum, which is evidence of gum disease. Treatment prevents mild gum disease (gingivitis) from progressing to severe gum disease (periodontitis). P.S. Plaque that is allowed to build up in the gingival pocket may lead to possible infection and damage that reaches even further down the tooth, eventually compromising the tissues that hold it in place. 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 well-trained 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

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Auburn Regional Medical Center: A boy, born Sept. 16, 2011, to Melissa and Michael McBride of Bonney Lake. A girl, born Sept. 23, 2011, to Jessie and Kris Buchanan of Bonney Lake. A boy, born Sept. 27, 2011, to Chester Anglemyer and Kelli Dinwiddie of Bonney Lake. A giro, born Sept. 28, 2011, to Jessica and Trever Kelso of Bonney Lake. A girl, born Sept. 29,

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Huttenlocker of Buckley. He graduated from White River High School in 2001 and works as a machinist in Bonney Lake. Renate VanHoof served as matron of honor and bridesmaids were Sara Coletti, Sarah Young, Erica VanHoof, Sunny Walker, Danielle Coletti and Andrea anHoof. Kyle Satterthwaite was best man and groomsmen were Kyle Kimball, Domenic Huttenlocker, A.J. Huttenlocker, Kip VanHoof, Kye VanHoof and Kody VanHoof. The couple enjoyed a honeymoon trip to Cabo San Lucas, where they had become engaged. They reside in Buckley.

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The Bonney Lake Planning Commission meets at 5:30 p.m. at the Justice Center, 9002 Main St E.

Veterans Committee The Greater Bonney Lake Veterans’ Memorial Committee will meet at 5 p.m. at the Bonney Lake Senior Center.

STD Curriculum Preview Families of Middle school and high school students may preview the KNOW HIV/STD prevention curriculum. 4:30, p.m. Sumner High School.

Homecoming! Bonney Lake High School’s annual homecoming football game against Decatur kicks off at 7 p.m. at Sunset Chev Stadium.

Mobile Spay/Neuter Unit Low-cost and free pet spay and neuter services will be provided by the Pasado’s Safe Haven nonprofit organization. Safeway, Bonney Lake.

You’re a Good Man, Charlie Brown! ManeStage Theater Compnay debuts its newest show at 7 p.m. at the Sumner Performing Arts Center.

Spooky Stories The Bonney Lake library is hosting a halloween storytime at 2 p.m. at the Bonney Lake Library.

Book sale The Sumner Library hosts a Friends of the Library book sale from 1 p.m. to 3 p.m. at the Library.

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It takes all of us to fight cancer Another year, and another Come Walk With Me breast cancer benefit has come to an end. And what a walk it was (or ride, for those who preferred to fly their pink behind the snarl of a Harley). Roughly twice as many people walked Saturday as have walked in the most successful walks of previous years. Clearly, the people in and around Sumner care about fighting breast cancer. Which is awesome. As a long time fan (and owner; thank you, Frito-Lay Inc!) of breasts, it’s always great to see folks Daniel Nash, rally behind one of Staff Writer our nation’s most deadly health concerns. When some consider what defines the strength of a community, they might look at figures like employment, mean annual income, the balance of the municipal budget, or other indicators of economic well-being. Under an economic criterion, I would submit that the willingness of a community to rally behind the fight against an illness is a superior—if indirect— indicator of its strength. Every living creature has to meet the central needs of survival: food, shelter and comfort. As humans— and therefore as social creatures—we build on those individual needs to solve the problem of societal stability: governance, the rule of law and the establishment of a functional economy. Only when survival and stability are well taken care of can a society build prosperity. Now, ask any cancer survivor in what category they would classify their illness, and you can bet your bottom dollar that their answer will be, no contest,

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State senator keeping busy with border tours and open government I am sometimes asked about the duties of State Senator and many are surprised at how varied they can be. Representing citizens through our one vote in the Senate is the most important duty. But, I spend most of the year keeping informed, helping individual constituents, and planning for the upcoming session. Here are my activities of the last two weeks. Canada Border Tour Hosted by the Canadian Embassy I joined a three day border security tour of the Vancouver area. The significance of 9-11 was worldwide and border security in Canada has been enhanced for our mutual protection. The United States and Canada are

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Criminals have become quite sophisticated in packaging drugs and money with layers of tape and in hidden electronic compartments. We enjoyed watching the trained dogs defy the odds. Veterans TBI Traumatic Brain Injury is the signature injury of current military engagement. As co-chair of the Veteran and Military Affairs Committee I convened our recent meeting at Madigan Army Hospital to help legislators learn more about TBI. Afterward we toured the Orting Soldiers Home. Several years ago the state wanted to provide reha-

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When council members vote as a block on issue after issue, it’s time for some fresh perspectives. I recommend and heartily support Nancy Dumas for Sumner City Council. As past president and board member of the Sumner PTA, Nancy has a proven track record of working well with others. She has a history of advocating for those who are under-represented and she is an independent thinker who will analyze the facts and reach her own conclusion. Nancy is beholden to none yet responsible to everyone. She possesses a kind and brave heart and is willing to tackle the tough issues that others would walk away

I am so very proud of the students at White River High School in Buckley. They crowned their first autistic Homecoming king! Administration would not add his name to the ballot but his classmates wrote his name in. What a great view of our future. Good changes are on the way. The future’s so bright for this senior class. Kudos. We are all watching. You are amazing young adults. This class is starting their journey and showing us just how much theirs matters. Lisa Curtis Bonney Lake

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CORNER FROM 6 survival. And that’s absolutely true for the individual. But cancer as a societal health issue requires a tremendous allocation of resources—time, expertise, and the money to obtain both—more than any one person can give. So to see that one local breast cancer benefit has seen a doubling of those able and willing to fight the good fight against the disease shows the community is strong, indeed. A few closing thoughts: t 4UBUJTUJDBMMZ   UP  QFS   QFPple will be diagnosed with breast cancer in Washington state, placing it in the second-highest tier (on a four-tier system) of breast cancer incidence in the United States. Men are not immune to developing malignancies in their chest. t8BTIJOHUPOTUBUFGBSFT better in comparison to other states in prostate cancer—a cancer affecting

ROACH FROM 6 bilitation for those with TBI injuries at an unspecified location in Snohomish County. I successfully worked to locate the program at Orting. The 180 acres at the Orting site are owned by the state and while the home is in need of upgrades, it is a beautiful setting for veterans who need help. Open Government Meeting The Sunshine Committee exists to recommend which laws that restrict access to information should be removed. In our last meeting I worked to bring accountability to public hospital districts which do not meet the same scrutiny as private or non profit hospitals. You can view the proceedings of this meeting on TVW or online from achieves. And, I never miss an opportunity to point out that we would have a better functioning Department of Social and Health Services if the public had access to what Child Protective Servuces does behind the closed doors. One child a month dies under the auspices of CPS. Other Activities Also in the last two weeks I attended a dinner hosted for Taiwanese chain store owners. I was the only

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legislator in attendance to welcome our fifth largest trading partner and leading democracy in Asia. A week later I spoke at the Republic of China’s centennial celebration. I was honored to be on the program. I was part of a tour of Boeing’s Frederickson plant during the last week of September. Airplanes are our number one export and fortunately, Boeing is looking forward to a very productive decade. After that, I fear we will be disadvantaged by competition form mainland China. I enjoyed a dinner auction for the White River Education Foundation. What a great local event. More than 300 attended. In order to meet the expenses of programs, parents and teachers are going directly to the public for help. Emergency room doctors are concerned about the coming health care cuts. Already stressed by non-emergency users of the emergency services they have asked me to help convey ways to help budget the funding. The meeting was the beginning of more dialogue. I will continue to work for the people and causes of the district. Thank you for allowing me to serve. Please call the office 360786-7660 if you are in need of personal assistance where I may be of help.

LETTERS FROM 6 from. Recently, I was discussing with Nancy some facts regarding candidate filings and notice given by sitting council members who choose not to run again. Historical evidence indicates the following: When the citizens receive two or more weeks notice, three candidates have filed to run for a council position; With less than two weeks notice, two candidates have filed,

and with less than a day’s notice only one candidate filed for office. So it turns out, the earlier a sitting council member notifies the public that they won’t run for reelection, there is a corresponding increase in the number of citizens who run for office. Because of this data, I came up with the “30 Day Notice� resolution. I asked how Nancy felt about this issue. She replied that it’s common courtesy to give one’s employer two weeks notice before leaving. Why shouldn’t the citizens get

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The FBI and Tacoma School District do it. The White House, Office of the Superintendent of Public Instruction and the British Monarchy do it. So why shouldnâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t the White River School District do it? White River School District leaders Meagan Rhoades and Greg Borgerding were talking about social media â&#x20AC;&#x201C; Twitter, Facebook, YouTube, LinkedIn, Flickr. The pair pitched the districtâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s move into social media to the White River School Board at its Sept. 28 workshop. â&#x20AC;&#x153;Itâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s where people are today,â&#x20AC;? Rhoades said, sharing statistics like Facebook with its 152 million active users. Itâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s inexpensive. Itâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s safe and itâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s not just a place for teens and â&#x20AC;&#x2DC;tweens, Rhoades said. Borgerding and Rhoades said school districts use social media as a tool to promote the school district. Using Tweets and Facebook, districts can publicize student and district achievement, drive com-

munity members to its website, control its message, and send out alerts during emergency situations. For staff, it can open up the lines of collaboration, professional contacts and learning networks. Borgerding, Glacier Middle School principal, said heâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s excited. He said a 140-character Tweet once a week can quickly reach parents about schedule changes, school closures and sports and other activities. â&#x20AC;&#x153;Itâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s just a quick get-information-outthere piece,â&#x20AC;? Borgerding said. â&#x20AC;&#x153;We need to keep up to speed with our kids,â&#x20AC;? he said. Their parents, he added, are becoming younger and more tech savvy each year. School board members asked about safety and liability. Rhoades said very few districts report issues. Most, she said, see it as a positive thing for the district. But, she added, the district does have to be prepared to monitor it. â&#x20AC;&#x153;Social media has to be constantly changed and updated,â&#x20AC;? Rhoades said.

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Minton said the 2010 Relay raised between $180,000 and $185,000, though the 2009 event was also around $200,000. Minton said the Relay organizers decided to announce the move early to give time to publicize the change and prepare local teams for the move. â&#x20AC;&#x153;Itâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s been a tradition in Sumner,â&#x20AC;? she said, adding, â&#x20AC;&#x153;Weâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;re hoping weâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;re going to get a whole lot more participation from Bonney Lake. â&#x20AC;&#x153;Thereâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s still opportunity in Bonney Lake,â&#x20AC;? she said. The track and field at Bonney Lake High are full size, like those in Sumner, but the venue lacks the grandstand and seating areas found at Sunset Chev Stadium. Minton said the location

â&#x20AC;&#x153;You canâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t post every three weeks, thatâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s not how it works.â&#x20AC;? â&#x20AC;&#x153;We have to enter this arena,â&#x20AC;? Superintendent Tom Lockyer said. The district has already moved forward in some areas, but plans to form a committee to examine the issue closer. â&#x20AC;&#x153;Whether we like it or not, or agree or not, itâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s not going away,â&#x20AC;? Rhoades said In other business, the board: tXBTVQEBUFEPOUIFTUBSUPGTDIPPMBU Glacier Middle School and White River High School. WRHS started the year with 1,226 students â&#x20AC;&#x201C; 313 seniors, 299 juniors, 309 sophomores and 305 freshman. Fifty-six of those students take part in Running Start. Principal Mike Hagadone and assistant principals Lainey Mathews and Scott Harrison said 292 students are participating in fall sports, including Special Olympics and cheer, and 744 are involved with clubs. â&#x20AC;&#x153;One in six boys are in the football program,â&#x20AC;? Harrison said.

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of trees and structures in relation to the direction of the prevailing winds. In the Puget Sound area winds tend to originate from the south or southwest. However, local conditions may alter the direction. For example, some of the strongest winds in the Buckley and Enumclaw areas originate from the east or northeast. Pay particular attention to recent tree failures. Trees that fall and expose their root balls often have a root disease. When the loss of anchoring roots reaches a certain point, they no longer will support a tree during severe weather.

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Police in Bonney Lake are advising residents to make sure their homes are locked and secured when they head off to work following an increase in daytime burglaries around the city. â&#x20AC;&#x153;We have noticed a little bit of an increase,â&#x20AC;? Det. Bob Kocher said. â&#x20AC;&#x153;Unfortunately, these things are going to happen from time to time.â&#x20AC;? According to Bonney Lake Crime Analyst Laura Miller, there has been only a slight increase in burglaries so far this year, but police fielded reports of 11 burglaries in August, up from six at the same time last year. Miller said the numbers for September

are not yet available, but the city did see an increase through last month as well. Miller said most of the burglaries in the city occur during the day, when residents leave their homes to go to work. Kocher agreed, adding that while many people have the view that burglaries happen under the cover of night, it is â&#x20AC;&#x153;not uncommonâ&#x20AC;? for a home to be burglarized during normal business hours. Police are reminding residents to secure their residences when they leave, including windows. They are also advising homeowners to make their homes â&#x20AC;&#x153;unattractive to burglarsâ&#x20AC;? by adding alarm stickers, cutting bushes lower than windows and turning on outside lights during hours of darkness.

Miller said it is important for neighbors to report any suspicious vehicles or persons they see in the neighborhood. According to Miller, when officers are taking reports neighbors will often come forward and mention they saw something suspicious at the residence, but did not want to bother police. Miller said a call about a suspicious

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Avenue and South Prairie Road. The city council passed the ordinance establishing the routes May 10. According to the ordinance, the truck routes were established to promote compatible land uses, enhance public safety and minimize pavement maintenance and reconstruction costs. School buses, utility company vehicles and trucks with legitimate destinations to carry out business are exempt from the rule. The weight of 16,000 lbs comes in higher than many surrounding communities, according to information provided to the council by public Works Director Dan Grigsby. For example, Sumner

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and began gestating inventory by collecting consigners. This Saturday, she will give birth to A Lotta Threads, her first business. A Lotta Threads is a consignment shop dealing primarily in gently used goods. It features clothing items ranging from hospital scrubs to comely dresses, and includes accessory items such as purses and shoes, Turnage said. Consignment stores differ from other retailers in that they do

NASA needs that money over the next five years to build its new space launch system —a behemoth rocket that would eventually carry our astronauts to Mars. The rocket will be topped with a space capsule similar to Apollo, which carried Americans to the moon and back 40 years ago. The new rocket will be tested in an unmanned flight in 2017, with the first manned flight four years later — if everything goes well and the president and Congress supply the cash. While NASA needs $18 billion to launch the program’s first test flight, that doesn’t include later costs for building a fleet of rockets, modernizing launch facilities, upgrading manned capsules and providing astronauts with spacecraft able to land on future destinations. The program’s total price tag is currently estimated at $35 billion, and an accelerated program could cost more than $60 billion. So why spend the money at all? First, over the decades, the U.S. space program has solidified America’s leadership role in the world, fostered incredible advances in science and technology, produced thousands of innovations and products we use in our daily lives, and inspired millions of American youth to pursue careers in science and math. NASA Administrator Charles Bolden emphasizes those points today, just as President Dwight Eisenhower used the Soviet launch of Sputnik to call for improving the nation’s math and

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Traci Norris and Dorothy Pearson opened House Of Denim in May at the suggestion of third partner Cheryl Reynon. The denim retailer caters to customers seeking designer jeans and accessories therewith. Photo by Brian Beckley/To view or buy photos go to www.blscourierherald.com.

House of Denim looks to teens for fashion-forward insight By Daniel Nash Staff Writer

Retail fashion can be a fickle business: tastes shift all the time, constantly driving interest to new styles and products. That’s why Dorothy Pearson and Traci Norris get their fashion 411 from the source: local teenagers. “We look for what kids want,” Pearson said. “A lot of teens come into the store and we ask them what they’re looking for. What’s

got bling? What’s in style? “Right now, it’s dark, dark denim.” Pearson, Norris and silent partner Cheryl Reynon are the proprietors of House Of Denim, a 900-square-foot jeans boutique that opened on the state Route 410 stretch of Bonney Lake in May. Designer denim pants for men, women and children are the business’s bread and butter, but the shop also deals in belts, purses, hats, scarves and locally vended jewelry. Two primary jewelers supplying the business

are Sara Jane of Edgewood and Karalee Rich of Bonney Lake. The store is the first for the owners, but none of them are lacking in experience or gusto. Pearson came in with seven years experience in retail. Norris’s background is in financial consultation, and she acts as House Of Denim’s bookkeeper. Reymon acted as the linchpin, pushing Pearson and Norris to act on their business

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A Lotta Threads opens Saturday By Daniel Nash Staff Writer

Like the bargain-hunting customers she hopes to attract, Trish Turnage has an eye for opportunity. Or rather, she knows when to borrow one. As the story goes, her sister-in-law was searching for a means to consign some personal effects, but became frustrated with the lack of consignment stores in Sumner. “She brought the idea to me, and I just ran with it,” Turnage said. Turnage leased a 400-square-foot retail space on Valley Avenue


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came together to start this business.â&#x20AC;? Everything came together in the space of a few weeks; hardly enough time to dwell on research into similar businesses, Pearson said. â&#x20AC;&#x153;We didnâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t have time to think about it,â&#x20AC;? she said. The response to the store has been overwhelming and amazing, Norris and Pearson agreed. They

are most often frequented by students. â&#x20AC;&#x153;The high schools have really welcomed us here,â&#x20AC;? Pearson said. House Of Denim is located at 19421 SR410 in Bonney Lake. To comment on this story, view it online at w w w.bl scour ie rhe rald . com. Reach Daniel Nash at dnash@courierherald.com or 360-825-2555 ext. 5060.

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missiles and drones. They work because of positioning satellites, which are a direct spinoff of our space program. Lastly, reaching beyond our planet to the stars has long been part of our greatness as a nation. In 1957, America was caught flat-footed by the launch of the Soviet orbiter. Realizing the impact on Americaâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s image in the world, Presidents Eisenhower and Kennedy galvanized the nation to regain its leadership role by putting a man on the moon by the end of the decade â&#x20AC;&#x201D; a goal we achieved on July 20, 1969, when Neil Armstrong walked on the moon. The moon landing was followed by the building of the International Space Station and the launch of the Hubble telescope that literally opened a new window on the universe. Do we as a nation still aspire to greatness in space and beyond? As President Kennedy said in 1961, â&#x20AC;&#x153;While we cannot guarantee that we shall one day be first, we can guarantee that any failure to make this effort will make us last.â&#x20AC;? Don Brunell is the president of the Association of Washington Business.

not pay for their inventory before it sells. Instead, the store owner meets with persons attempting to sell specific items. If the owner finds the product to be of good quality, she enters into a contract with the seller establishing a price and percentage split on revenues if the item sells. The seller gets storefront space and the store owner doesnâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t worry about losing money on slow-moving inventory. So what sets Turnage apart from similar shops in East Pierce and Enumclaw? â&#x20AC;&#x153;I go 50/50 with sellers,â&#x20AC;? Turnage said. â&#x20AC;&#x153;Thatâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s the highest of any consignment shop in the area.â&#x20AC;? Turnage will have a small ribbon-cutting ceremony on Friday, but she will hold the grand opening on Saturday. Front and center will be a raffle drawing for customers who bring items to donate to the Sumner Food Bank. Each item donated will receive a ticket. A Lotta Threads is located at 815 Valley Ave. in Sumner. To comment on this story, view it online at www.blscourierherald.com. Reach Daniel Nash at dnash@courierherald. com or 360-825-2555 ext. 5060.

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Tough, fragile, or ready to die in fall climes The start of October means it is time to decide what plants to save over the winter and what plants to turn into compost. In our mild winter climate many half-hearty plants will survive a typical western Washington winter without added protection. But with the unusual weather patterns that keep blowing our way, it pays to take stock now and decide how much you’re willing to gamble.

Plants that are probably tough enough

In this group are perennials and shrubby plants like hardy fuchsias, hardy Windmill palm trees, hardy banana, yuccas and evergreen clematis. During a normal fall and winter they’ll all be just fine. But only if you remember not to get snippy with them or start pruning their foliage and make sure they are growing in a well-drained spot that does not have their roots sitting in water

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Summer-blooming, tender bulbs like dahlias, gladiolus, Pineapple lily or eucomis tuberous Marianne Binetti begonias and the new Horticulturist Dragon Wing begonias like “BonFire” all need protection now. Cut all winter. back the tops of dahlias, I move my potted “Gold glads and begonias as soon Band“ yuccas under the as the leaves begin to turn eaves of the house to keep yellow or once they are hit the soil somewhat dry dur- by a hard frost. Then you ing the winter. Don’t fertil- must decide to either dig in ize any of these marginally and save the bulb in a frosthardy plants in the fall. You free garage or basement, or want to encourage them to just gamble a bit and cover slip into winter dormancy the bulb, still in the ground, so they can better battle with a tarp or other waterrepelling strategy. Some the cold. Newly-planted ever- gardeners use the fronds greens like azaleas, rhodies of sword fern atop a bed of and viburnums may suffer dahlias to keep out the winwind burn or winter injury ter rain. This works only if the soil is well-drained. A the first year but you can raised bed, rockery or slope always snip off the dam- is the best way to ensure aged growth in the spring well-drained soil. Begonias and they’ll grow tougher need more protection from and more cold tolerant each the cold than the others year they survive. so after digging the tuber let it dry for a few days indoors. Then place it into

Plants that need a

a paper (not plastic) bag and store in a cool but not freezing garage or basement. Around the end of April you can repot your begonia tubers into potting soil but don’t take them outside overnight until all danger of frost is passed – usually mid May.

that these tender plants survive you need to find a place indoors, away from cold drafts but with plenty of sunlight and just grow them as houseplants. This is not a pretty sight. The leaves will drop due to low humidity in the house, the plants will stop blooming and start reaching as they grow long and skinny, looking for more sunlight. Your instinct will be to water and feed them more as they decline. Don’t do it. Give overwintering tender tropicals just enough water to keep them barely alive and do not fertilize. You really want to push the plant into winter dormancy indoors no matter how ugly it becomes. Then, in the spring you can prune, pinch, feed and water right before setting the poor thing back outdoors for another go at blooming. When all this fails you can just visit the nursery and buy a fresh and wellbudded geranium or invest in another flowering tropical plant. Of all the tender

Plants that will surely die unless you do something

Geraniums, echeverias and other tender succulents, flowering Maples or Abutilon and tropical plants like bougainvillea, Mandeville and jade plants will all suffer and die when the weather turns frosty. Some gardeners in western Washington have successfully saved these weaklings by placing them in a protected location near the warmth of the house. (My grandfather enjoyed giant geraniums that survived three winters just by placing the pots on his covered and glass-enclosed porch.) If you want to ensure

plants to try and overwinter, the Echeverias or tender succulents are probably the easiest to handle. They’ll still drop some leaves and stretch their necks but they don’t take up as much room nor look quite so unhappy as geraniums or flowering tropicals stuck indoors for the winter. ttt Marianne Binetti has a degree in horticulture from Washington State University and is the author of “Easy Answers for Great Gardens” and several other books. For book requests or answers to gardening questions, write to her at: P.O. Box 872, Enumclaw, 98022. Send a self-addressed, stamped envelope for a personal reply. For more gardening information, she can be reached at her website, www.binettigarden.com. Copyright for this column owned by Marianne Binetti.

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From the School Board: North Tapps Middle School No Surprise Here, North Tapps Middle School is #1! NTMS had the highest 7th grade writing scores in the state of Washington! All of the 7th grade algebra students passed the high school end of course assessment for algebra. Also we had 100% of 8th grade geometry students passing the high school end of course assessment for geometry. The 7th graders also had 82.6% passing reading (3rd in the state at 1.21%) and 78.3% passing math which was 7th in the state (2.85%). We had 89% pass reading (6th in the state) and 65.1% of 6th graders passed math. For our 8th grade class, 87.1% passed reading (5th in the state), 72.1% passed science (36th in the state), and 62.6% passed math (28th in the state). The school year got off to a rollicking start with a fire alarm motion detector being set off by of all things; a fly. Less than 10 minutes into the first school day, students evacuated the building in a timely manner and joined their classes in the back of the school while the alarm was cleared. Mr. Salisbury assured the staff that was not what he intended when he said he would be diligent in practicing drills. Football and Fastpitch are in full swing. Schedules for all sports are posted on the North Tappsâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; Webpage, under the Activities tab. One new element for football this year is a varsity game â&#x20AC;&#x153;under the lightsâ&#x20AC;? at Auburn Riverside High School. The game will be held October 20th at 6:00 pm. The 6th Grade Girlsâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; Basketball teams wrapped up their season on October 5th and the 6th grade boys took the helm. The boysâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; season will be interrupted by their trip to Sixth Grade Outdoor Education Camp, but will resume upon their return. After School Art Workshops, Technology Club, Homework Club and after school computer lab have all begun. Please refer to the September Newsletter for more information on these activities.

Lake Tapps Elementary School Measure of Student Progress results: We have great news to report regarding our 3rd grade MSP scores from last spring. Itâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s the first time our students take a state test and they passed with flying colors: 92.9% of our students passed in reading and 85.7 in math! This gave our school the ranking of #4 (1.61%) in the state for reading and #5 (2.02%) in the state for math. Way to go third (now fourth) graders! Our Board of Directorsâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; goal is for all students to score in the top 5% of students in the state for reading and math. Clearly, weâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;ve exceeded this goal! Student enrollment: Lake Tapps has record student enrollment. We added an additional class (grade 2) and enrolled 49 students new to the Dieringer District. We now have 20 classrooms of students in grades 1-3. We have 156 1st graders, 158 2nd graders and 143 3rd graders, for a total of 457, which is the largest number of students weâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;ve had on campus. Class sizes average is 22.42. Academic Collaboration and Enhancement Days (ACE Fridays): Since school the beginning of the school year we have put our Friday afternoons to good use. Teachers have used the time to prepare for Curriculum Nights, communicate with parents, meet in grade level teams to discuss student progress and to engage in professional development around instructional strategies. While teachers are busy working, we have been able to secure a host of ACE Friday activities for students who wish to participate. These include karate, drama, dance, chess, Spanish, and Kidz Club through the YMCA. After School Activities: Starting in November, students at Lake Tapps Elementary will have the opportunity to stay after school on Tuesdays to extend their learning. We offer these activities will include chess, technology, physical fitness, and science. Our teachers run these activities. We make sure that all students who want to participate can at least once during the year.

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Measure of Student Progress results: Dieringer Heights’ students were highly successful on the MSP last spring. Our students did a great job in all subjects tested. The 4th graders had 88.8% pass in reading, 80.7% in writing and 81.4% pass in math! This gave our school the ranking of #4 (1.61%) in the state for reading, #12 (4.82%) for writing and #8 (3.21%) in the state for math. Our 5th graders had 82.0% pass in reading, 69.7% pass in math and 74.5% in science. This gave our school the ranking of #17 (6.85%) in the state for reading, #20 (8.06%) in science and #36 (14.52%) for math. We are thrilled to have such great success, as these rankings are out of the 295 districts in the state! While we still have work to do, as our Board of Directors’ goal is for all students to score in the top 5% of students in the state for reading and math, we are very pleased with our continued progress. We are thrilled to have been selected by the Target Corporation for the third year in a row to receive a grant to support our Early Childhood students and their families. Last spring we submitted a grant designed to support pre-school families prior to their children entering kindergarten. Over the summer we were selected to receive this $2,000 grant. The “Ready” program is a federally recognized curriculum that three of our teachers are now trained to facilitate. We are excited to provide such a rich opportunity for families in our community. READY! for Kindergarten classes encourage parents to talk, sing, read and play with their children in simple ways that foster essential pre-literacy, pre-math and social-emotional skills. Age-appropriate activities are designed to start at birth and continue through age five. The curriculum is based on current research and replicates what parents and preschool educators of successful students have done for years. Parents and caregivers choose activities from READY! classes to enjoy at home based on their child’s personality, abilities and interests, and their family’s values and culture. Sessions are held three times per year (fall, winter and spring). Each class is a 90-minute interactive lesson led by our trained instructors. The targets, materials, activities and tools used in class are purchased and provided to the families to take home and enjoy with their children. The READY! for Kindergarten program is designed to help participants prepare children with the skills needed to start and stay at grade level throughout their scholastic career. We know the parent or caregiver is the child’s most powerful teacher. With READY! for Kindergarten we will be helping plant the seeds for success in school and a lifelong love of learning. If you are interested in taking advantage of this opportunity made possible by the Target Corporation, call DHES at (253) 826-4937, and we can help get you signed up for the program.

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“COWS” Computers On Wheels Mrs. Barker’s students take advantage of the new “COWS”; Olivia B., Jessica R., Trey M., Carson M.

With student enrollment increasing and computer lab time at a premium, Dieringer Heights Elementary has a solution this year with our new “COWS” – Computers on Wheels. The COWS make up a mobile lab of 32 netbook computers that is available for 4th and 5th grade classroom teachers to check out. Here is what 4th Grade teacher Monica Barker has to say: “I love COWS because they allow me to engage my students using technology, something they can relate to. My students get so excited about using them because it makes learning more interesting, fun, and hands on. So far, we have used the COWS to publish our fall poems and are currently using them to organize expository essays through pre-writing. I have noticed more excitement in writing while using the COWS than when they are using paper and pencil. Work is also getting done in a timely manner which allows them to explore academic websites through my classroom website. They really change the mood of my classroom and the interest in “writing” has increased tremendously. Students can’t wait to use the COWS; they even named their own!”

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Spartan putters tee off their challengers SHS Golf

By Daniel Nash Staff Writer

Brandon Barlow was the medalist of the Oct. 3 Tapps Island match-up against White River High School. The Spartan boys beat the Hornets for the title, 69-59. Junior Olivia Durham tees off for the Lady Spartans during their match with White River also at Tapps Island. Photos by Brenda Sexton/To view or

The Sumner boys golf team took the SPSL 2A league title away from the White River Hornets Oct. 3, following a 69-59 victory on Tapps Island. Brandon Barlow was the medalist of the match-up. But Linden seemed to be the Sumner Spartans’ course last week. The competition couldn’t come close to Sumner’s boys golf team, save for Franklin Pierce. The SHS boys beat Fife 70-39 Oct. 4 and Thursday’s three-way against Franklin Pierce and Washington resulted in 68-61 and 68-51 scores in favor of the Spartans. Austin Spanier was the medalist in all three matches. The Sumner girls weren’t so fortunate, coming up short against Fife, 62-35. The teams are scheduled to compete in the Varsity Medalist Tournament tomorrow, followed by the state qualifying tournament on Tuesday. To comment on this story, view it online at www.blscourierherald.com. Reach Daniel Nash at dnash@courierherald.com or 360-825-2555 ext. 5060.

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Setters sweep Offensive play Steep win against Enumclaw not enough Steilacoom By Daniel Nash

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The Bonney Lake High volleyball crew took significant steps last week toward achieving its goal of making the state tournament when it swept Decatur and Enumclaw in straight sets, elevating its SPSL 3A mark to 5-0 and securing its front-running status. “Top to bottom we play in amazingly competitive league,” Bonney Lake coach Shirley Baker said, “but I can’t say that I am surprised that we were able to pull one out on the road against Auburn Mountainview at their place. We have a very talented team.” The Panthers hosted a mediocre Decatur High crew early last week, bludgeoning the Gators 25-15, 25-15 and 25-7.

After that brief respite, BLHS hit the asphalt once again, traveling to Enumclaw High Thursday and picking up a 25-22, 25-19, 25-22 victory. The road to the SPSL 3A title promises not to get any easier this week as the second round of league contests get under way, but at least the Bonney Lake spikers will be playing in the friendly confines of their own facility with more frequency. The Panthers hosted Lakes Monday and will host Peninsula High at 7:15 p.m. tonight, Wednesday, before welcoming Auburn Mountainview Tuesday. 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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Sumner High paddled past Steilacoom High’s swimmers Oct. 4 at a home dual meet that ended with the Spartans on top 98-71. District and state qualifying times abounded on Sumner’s side of the scoresheet. The 200-yard medley relay team of Alicia Ditty, Ashley Huynh, Madison Munger and Sami Hendricks qualified for state competition with a time of 2 minutes, .96 seconds. In the 200 freestyle, Munger and Kallan Gustafson took the top two spots with times of 2:11.19 and 2:16.46. Hendricks, Erica Martin and Ditty took the top three spots of the 50 freestyle and Ditty and Huynh took the top two spots in the 100 butterfly. Ditty, Alejandra Castro, McKenna Roberts and Gustafson took first place in the 400 free relay with a time of 4:30.46. The Spartans are scheduled to swim at Clover Park Thursday. To comment on this story, view it online at www.blscourierherald.com. Reach Daniel Nash at dnash@courierherald. com or 360-825-2555 ext. 5060.

For the second week in a row, a huge offensive output wasn’t enough to salvage a league victory for Bonney Lake High. The Panthers hosted Peninsula’s squad Friday at Sunset Chev and were edged 48-45. With the loss, the Panthers watched their SPSL 3A mark plummet to 0-2 after bounding out to a 4-0 record overall. The Panthers had no points in the first quarter of play against the stout visiting bunch. As the fray wore on against a big, strong, physical Peninsula crew, things became far more interesting. Panther quarterback Chris Brown threw for 400 yards and six touchdowns in the wild encounter, tossing three touchdown strikes each to Zach Zaragoza and Kaleb Zahnow. Zaragosa was targeted 13 times during the frantic rally that fell just short and accumulated 222 receiving yards. The Seahawks moved to 2-0 in league play with the win. The Panthers will look to climb back in the driver’s seat, after two straight losses, when they roll out the red carpet for Decatur’s Gators at 7 p.m. Friday. The Gators were bludgeoned 61-0 Friday by a relentless and undefeated 5-0 Lakes High squad.


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Runners swept over by Peninsula High By John Leggett Staff Writer

The Bonney Lake High cross country squad was swept by one of the South Puget Sound League 3Aâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s frontrunners as the girls fell 21-49 and the boys lost 21-40. The setbacks to the Seahawks and victories over Decatur and Auburn Mountainview the week before put the Panther runners in the middle of the standings with a 2-2

accounting in the six team SPSL 3A. On the boys side against Peninsula, Nolan Weber and Ryan McGraw finished third and fourth with times 17 minutes, 21 seconds and 17:30. Also figuring in the scoring were Jacob Bohl, 19:16, Tyler Free, 19:40, and Zack Jones, 19:57, who completed the course in 10th, 11th and 12th places. Marie Wilson won the girls race by flying across

the stripe with a time of 19:03. Teammate Sierra Espinal placed fourth with a time of19:59. Maddie Liddle, Haley Thieriault and Hope Dickson wound up with clockings of 21:54, 22:58 and 23:07 for 13th, 15th and 16th places. The Panther pacers will head out to Fort Steilacoom State Park twice in the ensuing two weeks. Today, Wednesday, Bonney Lake will participate in its final

league meet against Lakes High and on Oct. 22 the Panthers will compete in the SPSL 3A subdistrict meet. 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.

BLHS Cross Country 4The Panther runners will participate in their final league meet against Lakes high today. On Oct. 22, they can be found fighting for their place at the SPSL 3A subdistrict meet.

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Fleet-footed Spartans dominate Steilacoom By John Leggett Staff Writer

Sumner Highâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s 5-0 cross country contingent dominated Steilacoom on a muddy Cascadia home course in Bonney Lake Thursday as the boys beat the Sentinels 24-31 and the girls obliterated their foe 18-55. For the girls it was Gabby Phelps managing a firstplace finish with a time of 20 minutes, 4 seconds. Nipping at Phelpsâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; heels were Abi Hensler, coming in second with a clock-

ing of 20:20, and juniors Natasha Wilson and Robi Long winding up fourth and fifth at 21:48 and 22:30. Coming in sixth to close out the Spartan point-gatherers was Amanda Riley at 22:32. The boys ran pretty close to an ideal race, according to coach Kristin Martin, as Coltin Tanner and Cory Brandt finished first and second, respectively, crossing the line with times of 16:51 and 16:52. Not too far behind were Arturo Perez, 17:38, Reid Selmer, 17:39, and Shaun

LaVigne, 18:06, who finished in sixth, seventh and eighth places. The Spartans will attempt to close out their second consecutive undefeated South Puget Sound League 2A regular season campaign today, Wednesday, when they travel to White River. Then it is on to the Oct. 22 subdistricts at Fort 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.

Boys achieve highest point total of season Staff Writer

The Bonney Lake High boys golf team achieved its highest point total in two years Oct. 4, with a score of 65 against Auburn Mountainview. Unfortunately for the Panthers, Mountainview prevailed in the end with a score of 88. â&#x20AC;&#x153;To me, this was our best

week of golf all year, which is nice as we prepare for districts and build on it for next year,â&#x20AC;? coach J.D. Rushton said. â&#x20AC;&#x153;Even though we lost, we were very positive and know it was a great day for us.â&#x20AC;? Kash Kolterman led the Panthers with a 41-stroke and 14 points. The team played Decatur High School Thursday on Twin Lakes, a narrow and challenging country club

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Pair of wins keeps Lady Panthers near top Easy week bodes well for team By Kevin Hanson Editor

A two-win week allowed the Bonney Lake Panthers to remain just a game off the pace in the South Puget Sound League 3A soccer standings. Victories over Lakes High and

BLHS Soccer Enumclaw improved the Panthersâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; record to 3-1 in league play and 9-1 overall. Through games of last week, Bonney Lake was sitting second in the SPSL 3A, just a notch behind the 4-0 Auburn Mountainview Lions. Playing at home Thursday night, the Panthers scored early and then relied on solid defense to register a 1-0 victory over

Enumclaw High. Bonney Lakeâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Lindsey Hanbidge scored in the sixth minute and Madi Lowry earned the shutout in goal. Picking up a win was far easier Oct. 4 when seven players scored goals during the Panthersâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; 10-0 rout of the visiting Lancers. Andrea Bowman and Megan Riggs scored two goals each to lead the onslaught, while Madi Adams, Kassandra Blakely, Ashley Cade, Emily Richmond, Karissa Burnett and Olivia Ottinger

added one each. Bonney Lake played earlier this week, hosting the Peninsula Seahawks Tuesday, and will travel Thursday to face the Decatur Gators. Both foes enter this weekâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s games with losing records. To comment on this story, view it online at www.courierherald.com. Reach Kevin Hanson at khanson@courierherald.com or 360-802-8205.

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Running back Tyler Salisbury got the Sumner High football team on the board in the opening quarter and receiver Dan DeVries and quarterback Aaron Clark combined for a touchdown in the second quarter to keep it close at the half Friday night, but after that it was all Franklin Pierce. The Spartans, who rushed for 100 first-half yards, were controlling the game until just before halftime when the Cardinals picked off a Clark pass and sprinted 71 yards into the end zone for the 14-12 lead. The Cardinals scored 28 unanswered points for a 42-12 SPSL 2A victory. â&#x20AC;&#x153;It was the tale of two halves,â&#x20AC;? coach Keith Ross said. â&#x20AC;&#x153;We played fantastic in the first half.â&#x20AC;? The difference for

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Wolfpack Midgets turn up offense for 20-6 victory over Enumclaw

Valley Wolfpack Midgets celebrate after scoring a touchdown. Photo courtesy George Wolfe/To view or buy photos go to www.blscourierherald.com.

The Valley Wolfpack Midget offense moved the ball well in its 20-6 win over Enumclaw Oct. 2 at Sunset Chev Stadium in Sumner. Alex Zaragoza ran the ball hard, scoring on a 50-yard punt return and taking a catch and run

from Kaden Hanson for a TD. Billy Bob Hornbuckle found the end zone, powering in from the 5-yard line. Jared Selander and Tommy Peltram some big hits at linebacker. Sky Sandretsky snagged an interception.

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Tom Murphy helped Sumner High earn a league title with its 69-59 Oct. 3 win over White River at Tapps Island. The full story is available on Page 20 of this issue. For more photos, check out www.courierherald.com.

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The Sumner High girlâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s soccer squad has taken on all of the personality of a road grader, clearing away any foe that dares to step into its path. Last week was no exception as it mowed over first Franklin Pierce 5-1 and then, in a Thursday rematch with White River, blanked the Hornets 2-0 to sweep that regular season series. The onslaught on its home pitch with Franklin Pierce, a 5-1 whipping at Sunset Chev Stadium on Oct. 4, was truly a red letter day for sizzling Spartan striker, Kaylie Rozell who lit up the Cardinals, amassing four goals off assists from Krista Morford, Ellie Degoede, Gabby Degoede and Makinzie Endicott. The fifth tally was an unassisted score by Megan Fenton in the donnybrookâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s opening minutes. After soundly trouncing Franklin Pierce, the Spartans moved on to enemy territory to mix it up with a riled up swarm of Hornets in Buckley. The first time these two squared off, SHS had claimed a 1-0 victory, so the Hornets were hoping to ambush the Spartans. Sumner turned the tables to again defeat White River. Rozell notched a goal at the 20-minute mark of the close contest off an assist from Morford and Fenton legged in the insurance score using an assist from Brooke Lancaster in the waning moments. Sumner freshman netminder Jamie Lange logged her third shutout of the young campaign to help maintain the Spartansâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; untarnished 7-0 league mark. Sumner put its unblemished league record on the line Tuesday, trekking Eatonville, and welcomes Clover Park to Sunset Chev Stadium Thursday.

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The Bonney Lake Police Department presented awards of merit and valor to five members of the department during the Sept. 27 meeting of the City Council. Interim Police Chief Dana Powers and Mayor Neil Johnson presented the Award of Valor to Off. Eric Alfano, above. Awards of Merit were also awarded to Det. Ryan Boyle, Det. Brian Byerley, Det. Todd Morrow, Off. Chad Kiblinger and Det. Sgt. Kelly Maras. Two of the officersâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; faces are blurred in the photo at the police departmentâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s request due to the undercover nature of their work. Photos by Brian Beckley/To view or buy photos go to www.blscourierherald.com.

Community Briefs Senior center craft bazaar set for Saturday at 9 a.m. The Bonney Lake Senior Center is hosting its annual craft bazaar and bake sale from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Saturday at the Bonney Lake Senior Center, 19304 Bonney Lake Blvd. E. The bazaar features many different types of handmade items, such as jewelry boxes made out of specialized woods, jewelry, ceramics, personalized childrenâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s books, childrenâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s and adult aprons, other childrenâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s wear, stuffed animals, watercolors, fall candles, organic soaps, scroll saw woodwork, fused & slumped art glass and more. This is an opportunity to support your local craftsmen and women and get a head start on your holiday shopping. Lunch selections will include Ivarâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s clam

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Plenty to do this fall at Windmill Gardens Pour a cup of cider, and snack on a cookie or two while putting your creativity to work to make your own holiday wreath. Opportunities for individuals as well as some sessions for private groups are available in November and December for guided instruction on wreath making. Attendees will take home their own decoration built from the freshest of greens, berries and cones for friends and family to see and admire as they enter your home for the holidays. Fall time is tea time as well. Windmill offers a number of introduction to tea

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classes available this fall that are included in this posting. All are invited to stop by and sample a taste of fall as the shop transitions through the seasons in its gift shop and throughout the village. Nursery hours for fall season are 9 a.m. to 5 p.m., Monday through Saturday Windmill Gardens Events: Introduction to Loose Leaf Tea 10 a.m., Oct. 29 and Nov. 12 with the Tea Madame, 16009 60th St. E., Sumner This tea tasting course covers the basics of steeping, storing, and enjoying loose leaf teas and herbs. The class is $5 and advance registration is required. Call 253-891-2900 to register. Basics of Tea 10 a.m., Nov. 5 with the Tea Madame, 16009 60th St. E., Sumner. A beginning tea tasting course involving the five major types of tea and the countries that produce them. Sample and learn during this informational course. The class is $5 and registration is required. To register, call the Tea Madame at 253-8912900. Introduction to Rooibos Tea 10 a.m. Nov. 19 with the Tea Madame, 16009 60th St. E., Sumner. This tea tasting class focuses on Rooibos, its origins, health benefits, and much, much more. See why itâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s called the â&#x20AC;&#x153;miracle herb of the 21st century.â&#x20AC;? The class is $5 and registration is required. To register, call the Tea Madame at 253-8912900. Make Your Own Christmas WreathNovember 10 a.m. and 1 p.m., Nov. 19, 25, and 26 at Windmill Gardens, 16009 60th St. E., Sumner Create a one-of-a-kind, 24-inch holiday wreath decorated with a wide variety of greens and cones and topped with a cheery bow. Fee includes all supplies and use of wreath machine. Please register early as

classes fill up quickly. There is a maximum of 15 people per class. Call Windmill Gardens at 253-863-5843 to register or register online at http://www.windmillgarden. com//classes/month_cat.cgi?category=I The cost is $35 per person. Private Christmas Wreath Making Classes- November 10 a.m and 1 p.m. Nov. 27 at Windmill Gardens, 16009 60th St. E., Sumner Start a holiday tradition by gathering your friends and family for your own private wreath making party. Let our designer guide you in creating a one-of-a-kind, 24-inch holiday wreath decorated with a wide variety of greens and cones and topped with a cheery bow. Fee includes all supplies and use of wreath machine. Please register early as classes fill up quickly. A minimum of six people prepaid are required to reserve a class. Maximum 15 people per class. Registration is required; Call Windmill Gardens at 253-863-5843 to register or register online at http://www.windmillgarden. com//classes/month_cat.cgi?category=I The cost is $35 per person.

Massage Envy supports arthritis fight today The Bonney Lake Massage Envy center located at 9415 192nd Ave. E., will host Healing Hands for Arthritis today, Wednesday â&#x20AC;&#x201D;World Arthritis Day â&#x20AC;&#x201D;to help raise awareness of those affected by arthritis. As part of the one day nationwide fundraising event, Massage Envy clinics will donate $10 from each one-hour therapeutic massage session or facial session to the Arthritis Foundation. The event is open to the public and requires an appointment. For reservations, contact the Bonney Lake Massage Envy location at 253-447-4646 or visit www. MassageEnvy.com.


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Bonney Lake and Sumner Courier-Herald, October 12, 2011  

October 12, 2011 edition of the Bonney Lake and Sumner Courier-Herald