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Dawn McCravey is satisfied with what sheâ€™s accomplished during her tenure with the Northshore School District. Over her four years as board director â€” the last two as president â€” sheâ€™s helped implement a â€œstudent-centric approach,â€? adopting new curriculum in core subjects to lead students to higher achievement. Bâ€”Z Davis, a former Northshore School District director, â€œwas proud to help nurtureâ€? the districtâ€™s repu-
tation for excellence during her 16 years of involvement. Davis wants to get back to work with the district and is running against mainstay McCravey for the District No. 3 directorâ€™s position in the Nov. 8 general election. Janet Quinn â€” running for re-election â€” and Joe Marshall are vying for the District No. 2 directorâ€™s position. Quinn has a â€œpassion for educating our youth,â€? and Marshall (who was Northshore raised and schooled) feels he will â€œbring a fresh, independent voice to the board.â€?
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Bothell High gradâ€™s photos of Cobain and other rockers captured grunge scene â€œItâ€™s really fun â€” and itâ€™s flattering,â€? Peterson said of the attention heâ€™s garnered. â€œMy What do former Bothell dream was always to be a fineHigh photography teacher Paul art photographer, like Robert Dahlquist and NirFrank (and others), vanaâ€™s Kurt Cobain and to make a have in common? book and put it on They both played the shelf alongside crucial roles in theirs. And Iâ€™ve shaping Charles done that â€” it Petersonâ€™s career doesnâ€™t get much behind the camera better than that.â€? lens en route to Peterson is becoming a phoknown for his tographic force on action-packed, the grunge-music sometimes partially scene. blurred black-andFive years after white shots taken graduating from Charles Peterson with a wide-angle Bothell in 1982, with son, Felix. lens. Now age Peterson published Courtesy photo 47, his work is in his first shot for Sub the spotlight as Pop Records on Nirvanaâ€™s ultra-breakout album Green Riverâ€™s â€œDry As a Boneâ€? â€œNevermindâ€? notched its 20th record. One of his most famous anniversary Sept. 24. pictures of Cobain a few years As a youngster, Peterson later â€” surfing the crowd with first became fascinated with ripped jeans and picking his photography when he watched guitar â€” is blown up huge to his uncle develop film and adorn a wall at the Experience peruse the prints in the laundry Music Project in Seattle. room of his grandparentsâ€™ BY ANDY NYSTROM
XXXCPUIFMMSFQPSUFSDPNtXXXLFONPSFSFQPSUFSDPN Bothell home. Dahlquist then hammered photography home for Peterson. â€œHe inspired us in pursuing art. He was truly a hippie â€” he was night and day from all the other teachers, and he really let his freak flag fly,â€? said Peterson, who took photos for the school newspaper and yearbook and penned a controversial review of a local band for the paper â€” the Catamount â€” as well. After taking some subpar shots of Seattle power-pop band the Heats at the Mural Amphitheater and at some other gigs, Petersonâ€™s friend, Verna, invited him along to watch her band practice one day. â€œIt was in this little room and she was singing into this Elvis-style microphone â€” like Johnny Rotten did,â€? said Peterson, noting that, with camera at the ready, he nailed some solid shots. â€œI went, â€˜This is what itâ€™s all about!â€™ Youâ€™ve gotta be right by the band, and be very intimate to get those kinds of photos.â€? Added Dahlquist, now 82, about Petersonâ€™s schooldays: â€œHe had a pretty good idea of what he wanted, and I enjoyed that he was going for it. He was focused and driven and conscientious that he was doing something. When someone picks up the ball and runs with it, I say, â€˜Thank you for taking the dream farther than anyone imagined it.â€™â€? While attending the University of Washington, Peterson
Nirvanaâ€™s Kurt Cobain, top, excites the crowd at Rajiâ€™s in Hollywood; an early shot of Verna, below. CHARLES PETERSON befriended Mark Arm â€” then singer of Green River and later of Mudhoney â€” in their dorm cafeteria and soon met Sub Pop co-founder Bruce Pavitt as the small but vital Seattle grunge scene planted its roots. It was a tight-knit group, Peterson said, with the same 50 or so friends partying before and after gigs â€” just living in the moment. â€œIt was all kind of goodnatured. Nobody was expecting to get rich or do anything. This was Seattle before there were any sort of high-tech jobs,â€? said Peterson, adding that dabbling in the arts was the way to go. One outlet was to be in a band â€” taking photos was Petersonâ€™s
forte. He documented the Seattle scene by unleashing his photos of Mudhoney, Nirvana, Soundgarden, Tad and more long-haired, guitar-slinging
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That secret society wouldnâ€™t last for long â€” come 1991, the rest of the world caught on, and the rest is history. The bands began playing bigger venues and Peterson went along for the ride, including following Pearl Jam to the top with a host of intimate on- and off-stage shots in the book â€œPearl Jam: Place/Dateâ€? (with fellow photog Lance Mercer). On Sept. 25, Peterson reunited with Pearl Jam to shoot its concert in front of thousands of fans at the Pacific Coliseum in Vancouver, BC. Peterson still vividly remembers taking photos of Pearl Jamâ€™s Stone Gossard and Jeff Ament during their Green River days in a bathroom in a U District
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Tackling King County budget realities through government reform
BY METROPOLITAN KING COUNTY COUNCILMEMBERS JULIA PATTERSON, KATHY LAMBERT, JANE HAGUE AND JOE MCDERMOTT
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The King County Council has worked very hard over the last four years to keep the countyâ€™s financial health from deteriorating during the worst economic crisis since the Great Depression. This year, we are facing a new reality. Even though revenues are starting to improve, they are not growing at rates that will sustain us. But a crisis can also be an opportunity. The County Council continues to ensure that your tax dollars are used wisely within our balanced budget. We are working smarter, finding efficiencies and initiating reforms that have transformed King County government. In the last four years, we have cut $233 million of our general-fund budget, which for 2011 is $618 million. These dramatic cuts affect a fund that is responsible for the operation of public safety and criminal justice agencies, the public health programs that protect us from pandemics and inspect the restaurants we visit, and a wide range of government services from assessments to elections. Those cuts have created an opportunity for the county to think beyond lost revenues, and concentrate on what could be done with the resources available. What has been the result of that thinking? t.PTUDPVOUZFNQMPZFFTHJWJOHVQUIFJSDPTUPG MJWJOHJODSFBTFTÂ‰ a savings of $23.5 million. t0VSDPOUJOVFETVDDFTTJOUIFJNQMFNFOUBUJPOPG QSFWFOUJPOQSPHSBNTBOEUIFSBQFVUJDBMUFSOBUJWFT UPJODBSDFSBUJPOÂ‰ such as our nationally recognized Drug and Mental Health Court programs. These programs provide alternatives to incarceration such as counseling, education and job training, and save the county money. t5SBOTGPSNJOHUIFIFBMUIPG,JOH$PVOUZ FNQMPZFFTThe savings from the Healthy Incentive program supported by the Council will reduce the countyâ€™s health-care budget by $61 million in the next two years. These savings will be redirected to preserve government services that would have been cut, such as public safety and public health.
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Proud to be a Kenmore resident Recently, as I was leaving our beautiful new Kenmore Library with books I had ordered online, I looked out over Kenmore and remembered clearly the hopes and dreams my late husband, Jack Crawford, had for the city he loved when he became Kenmoreâ€™s first mayor in 1998. So much has been accomplished in the 13 years we have been a city â€” the library, the post office, our new debt free City Hall and plaza (finished on time and under budget), a new fire station, sidewalks and landscaping, as well as new lighting and safety improvements to Bothell Way through Kenmore. We have many beautiful, updated parks, including a skateboard park for our kids, and excellent schools, too. There are sidewalks, new lighting and land-
scaping in our downtown area â€” just waiting for the day when Kenmore Village by the Lake becomes a hub of restaurants, shops and stores of all sizes â€” a true city center where we can eat, shop, meet friends and neighbors and welcome visitors. In this difficult economy, this is taking longer than we had hoped â€” but I know it will happen. I trust our leaders. We also have wonderful community groups that help our city in many ways and encourage progress. Our Kenmore City Council has shown great wisdom and leadership in planning the growth of our city. We owe them our deepest gratitude for their hard work over the past 13 years to make our beloved Kenmore a growing city we can be proud of. It is still true that â€œIn Kenmore, Courtesy Is Contagious.â€? Jack loved this city and its people, and I can almost see him smiling as
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Rheaume hope to win a council seat for the first time. Brauch aims to represent the citizens of Bothell with a positive, independent voice. â€œI am a strong supporter of the downtown development direction and creation of jobs,â€? he said. â€œAttracting McMenamins and Google came from strong leadership and policies, such as no tax increases, that have created a positive economic position for Bothell.â€? Rheaume possesses more than 11 years of experience working in senior-level positions for the cities of Redmond and Seattle. â€œI know how cities function from the inside, and what it takes to be effective on City Council,â€? he said. â€œI want to be on City Council because I want to give back to my community in a meaningful way, as Iâ€™m well-qualified for this leadership role.â€? The Reporter asked the candidates why they are running, what the top issues are and why people should vote for them. Hereâ€™s a sample of their responses:
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Three unopposed candidates, one showdown between two current councilmembers. Thatโs how things will look on the Kenmore City Council portion of the Nov. 8 generalelection ballot. Mayor David Baker leads the charge all alone for Position No. 5, saying that he will โcontinue to foster a healthy economic climate and work to improve city streets, as well as finish the State Route 522 project.โ Baker listed his strengths as having a good track record as an elected official and garnering respect in the region and the state. Deputy Mayor Milton Curtis is locked solo into Position No. 3 and sees Kenmore as a โgreat city with incredible potential.โ He cites the 80 acres between Lakepointe and Plywood Supply, which could eventually be developed by those private owners into civic, business and living spaces, as one key to Kenmoreโs growth. Council newcomer Brent Smith sits all by himself in Position No. 1. Heโs shown maximum involvement in giving Kenmore a boost over the years, though: working with city staff, councilmembers and community leaders on a number of local projects;
serving on the St. Edward State Park Advisory Committee and as a boardmember and founding member of Families for Active Parks in Kenmore; coaching local youth sports organizations. Itโs at Position No. 7 where things will get interesting with John Hendrickson and Glenn Rogers trying to get voters on their sides. Ballots will be mailed Oct. 20. โWith nine-plus years of extensive hard work in public service to Kenmore, I have the experience and know how to deliver productive, efficient, transparent and respectful government,โ Hendrickson said. Among his many reasons for running for council, Rogers says the he values citizen involvement and seeks out the opinions of the quiet or less heard people of Kenmore. โCitizen involvement in our local government is key to our future success and holding us accountable,โ he added. The Reporter asked the candidates why they are running, what the top issues are and why people should vote for them. Due to space constraints in print, hereโs a sample of the Position 7 candidatesโ responses (visit www. kenmore-reporter.com for information on the other candidates):
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IHS GRAD LYSTAD SHINES IN COLLEGIATE XC DEBUT Inglemoor High School class of 2011 runner Tansey Lystad, the 4A state champion in both the 1,600- and 3,200-meter runs last year, ran well in her collegiate debut as part of the Cal-Poly Mustangsâ€™ cross-country team. Lystad placed 30th out of 278 runners at the Stanford Invitational, clocking a 6K time of 21 minutes, 35 seconds to place third on the team and help lead the Mustangs to a third-place finish overall. It was Lystadâ€™s first race of the season after recovering from a knee injury over the summer.
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The Bothell High football team built a lead and staved off an Inglemoor comeback at the 2011 Spaghetti Bowl at a packed Pop Keeney Stadium on Friday night, winning the annual allNorthshore matchup, 32-30. Bothell struck first on a 1-yard run by Danny Wilson, and after Viking quarterback Hans Fortune hit Dillon Gongoliewski for a 18-yard touchdown pass, the Cougars took the lead for good on a 30-yard field goal by Alec Yarno for a 10-7 lead after the first quarter. Wilson added a 47-yard run in the second quarter and a key momentum change came in the third quarter as running back Kishan Proctor broke away for a 54-yard score to give the Cougars a 25-17 lead. Cougar quarterback Austen Dahl ran one in from a yard on a keeper to extend his teamâ€™s lead to 15, but the Vikings did not give up, scoring on a 5-yard run by Jake Jones and Fortune throwing his second touchdown of the game to Danny Larson to narrow the final score to 32-30. The Cougars dominated the game on the ground, gaining 311 yards to the
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Bothell High running back Danny Wilson breaks away from a tackle during the Cougarsâ€™ 32-30 Spaghetti Bowl win at Pop Keeney Stadium last Friday night. Wilson ran in two touchdowns for Bothell, including a 47-yard score in the second quarter. The Cougars, who take on undefeated Woodinville (2-0, 5-0) on Friday, improved to 2-0 in 4A Kingco and 3-2 overall. The Vikings dropped to 1-1 and 3-2. PHOTO COURTESY OF TONY QUINTOS, www.pbase.com/tquintos Vikingsâ€™ 128, with Proctor leading all players with 170 yards on 18 carries. Likewise, the Vikings owned the air with Fortuneâ€™s two touchdown, 22-for-34
As far as veteran high school swim coaches go, you probably wonâ€™t find one more experienced than new first-year Inglemoor High School (IHS) girlsâ€™ swim coach Perry Dolan. In his 51st year of coaching, Dolan was a swimmer himself â€œas a young person,â€? being named a High School All-American in 1958, and the next year he participated in the Pan American Games in Bogota, Colombia. After a stint in the Navy, Dolan was taught and mentored by â€œsome of the top coaches in the world,â€? and they inspired him to give back in whatever way he could to the sport. [ more SWIM page 12 ]
night, good for 211 yards. With the win, the Cougars improved to 2-0 in the 4A Kingco Crown Division and 3-2 overall, and the Vikings dropped to 1-1 and 3-2.
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stacked with talent this year. At the forefront is â€œI officiated NCAA and sophomore Sage Speak, who Pac-10, coached whenever swims at the Junior National I could and stayed with this sport,â€? Dolan said. â€œNow Iâ€™m level. Speak placed third in the state last year in the giving back to these guys 100-yard breaststroke event, what I got when I was a crushing her personal best young swimmer.â€? and also the IHS record, And for as long as Dolan clocking 1 minute, 5.53 has been coaching, he gave seconds. his highest accolades to the So far this year, Inglemoor girls, who Speak has already all joined together qualified for state in to sing â€œHappy the 200 IM, 100 free, Birthdayâ€? to Dolan and of course, the at the end of a recent 100 breast. practice. â€œSheâ€™s done excelâ€œThatâ€™s a band lent this year and is of sisters, and they Perry Dolan working very hard, work together to both in our program make the team and with WAVE work,â€? Dolan explained. (Aquatics), â€? Dolan said of â€œTheyâ€™ve learned the values Speak. â€œSheâ€™s really, really of â€˜two thumbs up,â€™ and the tremendous.â€? values of working with each The team also features a other and support. These are number of state returners the greatest group of girls including co-captain Leann Iâ€™ve ever had the pleasure to Yee, who made the consolawork with as a team. Weâ€™re tion finals of the 50-yard going to see a lot of accomsprint at state in 2010 and plishments from these girls has qualified for state in that in the next couple years.â€? event again. In talking with the girls The team has also qualithemselves and the smiles fied a 400 free relay team for and laughter that abound at state, consisting of Yee, Kayla each early-morning practice Robertson, Marine Behr, and at Juanita High School in Speak. Kirkland, the feeling is According to Dolan, he mutual. has noticed that the more exâ€œWeâ€™re a lot closer because perienced seniors have been of him, heâ€™s really helped taking the underclassmen bring all of our girls togethunder their wings, helping er,â€? said co-captain Sarah ensure future success in the Macdonald about Dolan. â€œHeâ€™s definitely been an asset program. â€œThe younger ones â€“ the to the team.â€? older ones are teaching and working with them, bringing WATER WONDERS them on to the world of The currently undefeated swimming,â€? he noted. IHS team (7-0), like many While the varsity teamâ€™s in the 4A Kingco league, is
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31 swimmers represents a wide range of skill and speed, many of the Vikingsâ€™ top swimmers have loads of experience swimming for club teams as well as IHS, and Dolan has decided to embrace that. â€œEndurance, teamwork on the relays, and building up personal values in themselves and goal-setting,â€? listed Dolan when asked what he is working on the most with the more experienced girls. â€œWeâ€™re bringing and molding both types of training principles, for this team as well as their (club) team.â€?
would be sound asleep in bed, the Inglemoor girls are rising for another swim practice, which begins sharply at 5 a.m. each morning at Juanita. â€œVery few of them have even missed a workout,â€? said Dolan on his girlsâ€™ devotion to their craft. â€œThey do it
because theyâ€™re dedicated and they have a goal, and that goal is the team.â€? One thing is for sure â€“ waking up well before dawn to do something you love with 30 other girls definitely helps the camaraderie. â€œOverall we have a great team atmosphere,â€? said Yee.
â€œItâ€™s been a great start to the year.â€? Added Paige Almond, the teamâ€™s third co-captain, â€œFive a.m. practices are quite enjoyable this year.â€? The Vikings take on Skyline, the reigning 4A state champions, today at 3 p.m. at Redmond Pool.
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pink bracelets and T-shirts in the weeks leading up to the match. The girls will also be walking in the upcoming Making Strides Against Breast Cancer charity event.
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off the court and possesses a constant laugh and smile. The team also reels off some fun dance moves before each game, Kruger said. â€œOur coaches do it with us, so itâ€™s a fun way to get together and all pepped up. Then we get a nice little pep talk by our coaches, and itâ€™s Senior setter Allie Hadley has come up big for the Cougars this season, giving her teamâ€™s loaded offense the best chance to shine. She recorded a season-high 39 assists on Tuesday in a 3-0 sweep of Ballard, which lifted the Cougars to a 3-2 record in 4A Kingco matches and 5-3 overall.
Itâ€™s an understatement to say that the Bothell High community is thrilled about its volleyball program â€” and the sport in general. On Sept. 20, the Cougars were cracking jokes, giving high-fives and talking up their team two hours before its 4A Kingco home match against Newport. It was Spirit Night and the girls were hoping for a packed gym and a winning result. The team fought Newport tooth and nail, but ended up on the losing end in three straight close games in front of a throng of Cougar supporters. Since then, the team has gone 3-1 with victories over Issaquah, Redmond and a thrilling 3-2 win over Ballard Tuesday night. The Cougs are 5-3 overall. Bothell volleyball booster-club president Marc Galvagno set Spirit Night in motion. â€œWe knew we had a special program with volleyball, and we wanted to share that with the community,â€? he said. â€œI think once people see the product, theyâ€™ll want to come back â€” itâ€™s very exciting. â€œWe live in the Bothell community and you see (spirit) in so many ways, whether itâ€™s at the football games or you see it at the Fourth of July parade, or all the wonderful things when they get behind a Little League baseball team,â€? he added. Junior outside hitter Emma Salud noted that Bothell â€” which returns 10 players from last year â€” has
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