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Auburn High School students Naomi Moore, left, and Brenna Tinsley, right, practice passing drills under the guidance of Rainier Plateau Junior Rugby coach Andy Ramsey. Rainier Plateau plans on adding a girls team to their program this season and will be conducting introductory practice sessions for interested girls from Auburn, Bonney Lake, Buckley, Sumner, Orting and Enumclaw at 2:30 p.m. on Nov. 13, 20 and 27 and Dec. 4 at the Daffodil Valley Sports Complex at 5604 Graham Ave. in Sumner. For more information visit the Rainier Plateau Junior Rugby Web site at www.rainierplateaurugby.com. Photo by Shawn Skager/To view or buy
Sumner Mayor Dave Enslow and Bonney Lake Mayor Neil Johnson have added their signatures to a letter from more than 100 mayors calling Gov. Chris Gregoireâ€™s preliminary budget cuts â€œintolerable,â€? specifically the elimination of the distribution of state liquor taxes and profits. â€œWe in cities and towns understand the stateâ€™s serious budget dilemma and sympathize with the difficulties you face,â€? the letter states. â€œHowever, we are extremely disappointed to see the depth and breadth of your â€˜preliminary choiceâ€™ budget cuts targeting cities and towns.â€? The governorâ€™s preliminary cuts are designed to help fill an
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The house on the Reed property presently sits unoccupied, but it probably wonâ€™t stay that way for long, as several groups in town â€” as well as a handful of individuals â€” have inquired about using the 20-acre piece of land. Bought in April 2010 for $1.4
million, the Reed property, located just outside city limits, was purchased by the cityâ€™s water utility as an additional water source for the city. But the city has no plans of developing the water right for at least 15 years, leaving the property, which contains a main house,
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Pierce Transit to consider boundary changes With the loss of bus service throughout east Pierce County, many of the small cities still paying sales taxes for buses have been wondering exactly what they are getting for their money. Several have even discussed the possibility of leaving the Pierce Transit taxing district altogether. On Oct. 31, the Pierce Transit board of commissioners took the first step toward reviewing the district’s boundaries, directing staff to develop a resolution to convene a public transit improvement conference that would bring together the district’s entire membership to discuss the future of the transit authority. Bonney Lake Mayor Neil Johnson, who sits on the board as the small cities representative, said staff presented the board with the “first blush” of a map showing possible new boundaries that would eliminate from the taxing district most of the cities that turned down this year’s requested tax increase. “It basically mirrored what the vote was,” Johnson said of the draft map. Pierce Transit on Oct. 2 reduced services throughout the county following the February defeat of a tax measure it said was needed to keep the system afloat.
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Commuters on the Pierce Transit Route 496 from the Bonney Lake Park and Ride to the Sumner Sounder Station can breathe a little easier as Pierce Transit Board this past week decided to maintain the route through at least June 2012. Originally slated to disappear in February, Bonney Lake Mayor Neil Johnson, who serves as the small cities representative on the board, said a decision was made to maintain the route for at least four additional months. “It’s an important route,” Johnson said. “It’s the one route out of all of them that people need and use.” The 496 is the only Pierce Transit route The ballot measure would have increased the transit’s sales tax collections by 0.3 percent, or 3 cents per $10. However, even with the additional taxes, much of the eastern part of the county was set to see reductions in service, prompting voters to shoot down the measure. The changes eliminated all routes east of Puyallup, except for the 496, which runs from the Bonney Lake Park and Ride lot to the Sumner Sounder Station. These reductions were made due to a $51 million budget shortfall brought on by the economic recession and loss of Proposition 1 during the February 2011 election. More than 64 percent of voters in the 31st Legislative District, which includes Bonney Lake, Sumner and Buckley,
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east of Puyallup still running following the October cutback of services that followed the February failure of a sales tax increase needed to fill a growing budget gap at the transit authority. Pierce Transit Spokesman Lars Erickson confirmed the decision to maintain the route, but said there was still discussion of the hours it would run and added that other services would probably need to be cut to maintain that route, which continues to be very popular. Johnson said the ultimate solution to transit and the 496 route in particular is something that will be made in the future, but said this at least gives them a little more time to work on a transit plan. — Brian Beckley
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to develop utility ratea policy for â€œWhatever direction we payers, since use of the take is going to decide the property land. is officially the future of that â€œIt would owned by be nice if we whole piece.â€? the cityâ€™s could find water utility Jim Rackley, a combinaBonney Lake City Council and not part tion of uses,â€? of the genJohnson said eral fund. Thursday, suggesting use Councilmember Donn of the pastures to farm- Lewis suggested getting a ers, storage for the histori- caretaker for the propercal society and potentially ty while Councilmember even leasing the house to Mark Hamilton agreed, a tenant. saying it would be nice to â€œThe key is how do you find a group that could act make that all work?â€? he as stewards of the propasked. erty. But according to an Councilmember Dan Oct. 13 walk-through Decker also suggested with building inspector using the property in Jerry Hight, the property three or four different needs more than $36,000 ways, including a police in work, including a roof gun range that Mitchell replacement estimated at proposed for part of the $25,000. land, as well as a museum Johnson, and several for the historical society. members of the council, all But Johnson said repairsaid the key was protect- ing the roof was critical to ing the investment for the moving forward with any suggestions for the property and said he would need clear goals and instruction from the council before expending too much staff time on finding tenants and uses, though he said he didnâ€™t want the property to sit empty. â€œIâ€™d like to see it utilized,â€? he said. THE LIGHT TOUCH Councilmember Jim There is another option for Rackley suggested the patients who find shots of topic would be one to disanesthetic and the whir of cuss early next year at the a dental drill discomforting. Over a number of years, the council retreat, which last Erbium:YAG laser has proven year was conducted at the to be effective in removing Reed Property. Rackley tooth decay. Decay removal said the decision was too and tooth preparation with a laser doesnâ€™t require the use of important to make quickanesthesia, and it works with ly. better precision to spare more â€œWhatever direction we of the healthy tooth. Patients take is going to decide the report feeling no more than a slight tingling sensation as future of that whole piece,â€? the Erbium:YAG laser removes he said. tooth decay. The laser also creJohnson agreed and said ates a better bonding surface staff was starting to look so that tooth-colored fillings can be expected to last longer. at the details of exactly While a traditional drill works what needs to be done on faster, with an Erbium:YAG lathe land. ser, there is no need to wait for â€œIf itâ€™s not going to be the anesthetic to kick in. P.S. Because an Erbium:YAG leased, it would be great laser is not designed for refor meeting space,â€? he moving old amalgam fillings said. â€œThereâ€™s a lot of neat and preparing teeth for crowns things that can be done or bridges, a traditional drill must be used to do this work. out there.â€? You can rely on us to answer To comment on this story all your questions about dental view it online at www. treatments and procedures. blscourierherald. Reach At LAKERIDGE DENTISTRY, PLLC, we appreciate the opBrian Beckley at bbeckley@ portunity to provide you and courierherald.com or 360your family with quality dental 825-2555, ext. 5058 care. Our team is made up of well-trained professionals who work together to provide the highest quality treatment in a warm, caring setting. Weâ€™re located at 8412 Myers Road E., Ste. 301. Bonney Lake 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
The Reed property, which features views of Mount Rainier, is presently being used as public works storage. Photo by Brian Beckley
several barns and a vast expanse of pasture land, in a state of limbo for the time being. Before he retired, former Police Chief Mike Mitchell was living on the property, acting as a caretaker and performing some minor maintenance. But since his retirement, Mitchell no longer stays on the land and several others have asked what is happening.
Presently, the cityâ€™s Public Works department uses one of the barns for storage purposes. The Greater Bonney Lake Historical Society has inquired about using the house for storage and potential museum, as has the FFA and even an individual looking to live on the land and use the pastures. Because of the interest, Mayor Neil Johnson at the Nov. 1 Council study session asked the council
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LETTER FROM 1 expected $2 billion gap in the state’s biennial budget. To the city of Sumner, the loss of liquor tax revenue would mean a hit of approximately $125,000 per year to the city’s budget, City Administrator Diane Supler said. Supler also said the city is concerned because other state entitlement dollars could also be cut in the next budget cycle, meaning an even bigger chunk of the city’s revenues could disappear with the stroke of the legislature’s pen. According to Bonney Lake City Administrator Don Morrison, the cuts would mean a reduction to the Bonney Lake of nearly $200,000. “If we lost (the liquor tax money), that would be about $199,000 a year,” Morrison said, adding, “Those funds are specifically used for law enforcement.” Morrison said the city uses the money to fund two police officers. If the governor’s budget was enacted as is, Morrison said money would have to be made up from the city’s general fund, forcing cuts elsewhere. “It’s a big hit,” he said. The letter asks the governor to meet with representatives from the Association of Washington Cities, on whose letterhead the letter appears, to discuss how to best move forward.
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Take a Moment to Reflect on Veteran’s Sacrifices Dear Neighbor, Veteran’s Day is not simple this year. The complexity of the debate in which our nation is currently engaged, can, if we are not careful, obscure the dedication and sacrifice, as well as the humanity, of our American soldiers and veterans. The service and patriotism of our veterans can easily be drowned out by the cries of the pro and anti-war advocates. Looking back, during the “Great War” and World War II, these questions were not asked, as our soldiers were honored for what they did and not for what the conflict itself represented. America and the world took a deep breath and hoped that no such sacrifice would ever be required again. World War II concluded with the dawn of the Nuclear Age- the introduction of weapons so powerful they could destroy all life on Earth. The world paused again, and asked, were these weapons so awesomely dangerous that we would never dare to engage in war again? Unfortunately, the answer was no. We participated in wars in quick succession: Korea, Vietnam, the Gulf War, Somalia, the Balkans, Afghanistan, and then the introduction of a new American policy of preemptive war, in Iraq. In some ways, the face of war has changed. We still see news photos of the shattered bodies of soldiers, the frightened eyes of wounded civilians and displaced refugees. But because of technology, today we can watch warfare on television from our living rooms, watching each missile strike. The effect is surreal, and almost detached, like a science fiction movie or a video game, except to those who are doing the fighting, or to the families of those in combat. Clearly, the purpose of war has expanded. We no longer limit ourselves to fighting for just our borders, or just our borders plus our economic interests. We have begun an unprecedented era of nation-building and preemptive war, and so has begun a new great national debate that is far from being settled. For the second time in our history, America is undergoing much soul-searching over a war. Yet all Americans should realize, regardless of their personal beliefs that our veterans have not chosen the conflicts in which they have been asked to serve. On this Veteran’s Day, we should not forget that all veterans singularly serve the most basic premise: to defend our Constitution and the freedoms that we embrace. They do not have the luxury of deciding the moral justifications of the conflicts in which they serve. I am reminded of how Americans distinguish themselves in war when I think of a man I once knew well, Reinhardt Wemmer, who as a young man in Germany near the end of WWII had just completed flight training. There was no gas left to fuel the fighters, and he was assigned to the German Infantry. His first engagement was the Battle of the Bulge, during which he was wounded and left paralyzed on the battlefield. He was told and believed that Americans would torture and kill him without mercy if he was captured. Two Americans soldiers found him and to his surprise, gave him a chocolate bar and called a medic who saved his life. He told me that as he lay severely wounded upon the battlefield, he resolved that if he lived, he would find a way to become a citizen of the United States. He could not comprehend that soldiers of any nation would treat their enemy in such a humane way.
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World War II was not only a demonstration of our resolve to defend freedom and defeat tyranny, but of our humanity as Americans as well. Acts of humanity, and the restoration of Germany and Japan after WWII are the deep and abiding legacy of our veterans. Today, folks should not be confused by the horrific reports of atrocities that were carried out in Iraq and Afghanistan by private contractors and mercenaries like the now disbanded Blackwater USA, a sad chapter in our history which hopefully will never be repeated in the future. Our soldiers are part of the all-volunteer military that enlisted because of their deep passion to serve our country. It would be proper and fitting if their professionalism and dedication to duty were recognized by us all when we meet them on the street. A simple “Thanks” is more than enough, and indeed is deeply understood, and much appreciated. We have now been at war in the Middle East for longer than all of World War II, and the sacrifices of soldiers who are serving their third, and even fourth tours of duty, are difficult to comprehend. When I look at the pictures from my son’s unit, the US Army 173rd Airborne Infantry, the 69 soldiers who lost their lives in combat, I find each of these young faces deeply haunting. When I talk to veterans and hear their stories, the depth of their experiences humbles me. And so it should be. On this Veteran’s Day, I only wish that every single American could somehow pause for a moment, and find a burden heavy on their heart, and in some way know and feel in its completeness, how deep the sacrifice, and how great the price that has been paid by those who have volunteered to defend our freedoms. Then honor Veterans Day this year by sharing that appreciation with a soldier or veteran this week. You will be glad you did! Christopher Hurst State Representative, 31st Legislative District
Bonney Lake Elementary School is turning 50 years old this fall and to celebrate the district is throwing it a party. Sumner is inviting the public to celebrate at the newly-modernized Bonney Lake Elementary School, located at 18715 80th St. in Bonney Lake. The official ribbon cutting and open house is scheduled for 4 p.m. Nov. 16, to be followed by a dedication ceremony featuring a performance by the Viking Choir at 5:30 p.m. The district also looking for pictures from the past 50 years. Anyone with photos from throughout Bonney Lake Elementary’s 50 years, is encouraged to bring them to the celebration on Nov. 16 to be scanned for viewing later on the school Web page. This event is co-hosted by the BLE PTO.
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Voters are a lot like teenagers Finally, all the campaign fliers, door hangers, advertisements, yard signs and robo calls have paid off. This fallâ€™s election campaign has helped me identify with my teenage children. I think I get it. The messages theyâ€™ve been shouting at me for the past couple of years are much more clear. As a voter who has been pushed to the brink of sanity with the crazy blitz of campaign literature and messages, I can identify with my teens. Wow, all that candidate effort can influence me. Iâ€™ve learned teens Brenda Sexton and voters share Staff Writer some common threads. Leave me alone. All the television and radio commercials, volunteer phone calls, door-knocking and mailings are me, bombarding my children with information that doesnâ€™t interest them and they donâ€™t care to know. All that election information coming at me is like the sound of my voice droning to them. Eventually they tune me out. Donâ€™t tell me what to do. Teenagers want to make their own decisions. They donâ€™t want to be told what to do. They remind me theyâ€™ve been raised to be responsible citizens capable of making good choices and not being swayed by peer pressure or outside forces. Ignoring me. The more I try to force my sage advice on them, the more they turn away. I get the cold shoulder, the eye roll, the big hand, the canâ€™t-hear-you-I-have-my-headphones-in gesture, or, in some cases, the stomping of feet and the shutting of a bedroom door. They can be spiteful.
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Donating marrow through the Be The Match Registry could save a life By Neil Johnson For The Courier-Herald
As you may know, in February I was diagnosed with chronic myelogenous leukemia. With medication it is possible to hold the CML in a chronic phase, however in March I went into blast crisis forcing me to receive emergency chemotherapy at the University of Washington Medical Center. This began my relationship with the Be The Match Registry which helps people who need a life-saving marrow or cord blood transplant. With November being National Bone Marrow Awareness Month, it is important to know how easy it is to become a donor and with thousands of patients with leukemia and other life-threatening diseases needing a bone marrow or umbilical cord blood transplant, they depend on the Be The Match Registry to find a match â€“ someone like you. It is easy to become a member of the registry and potentially save a life. All you need is to be between the ages of 18 and 60, be willing to donate to any patient in need and meet the health guidelines.
The process involves a registration form and swab to the inside of your cheek. Financial donations will be accepted to help cover the cost of testing. You can get more details about the Be The Match Registry by visiting www.bethematch.org or http://marrow.org/Home.aspx. Keep in mind, if you are chosen as a potential donor then all costs related to the testing and donation process are picked up the patientâ€™s medical insurance or the registry. In my case, our insurance will be billed $75,000 for the cost of the donation. Because the markers used in matching are inherited, patients are more likely to match someone from their own race or ethnicity. The most favorable match is with a full blood sibling, but did you know that only 30 percent of patients find a donor in their family? Unfortunately, I was not one of the lucky 30 percent; however I was one of the other 70 percent that was able to turn to the extended human family of Be The Match Registry, so I was fortunate. Adding more donors and cord blood units from diverse
racial and ethnic backgrounds to the Be The Match Registry increases the likelihood that all patients will find the match they need. But even with a registry of millions, there still are not enough matches for all patients, especially those from racially and ethnically diverse communities. Your heritage can make all the difference, so please check into becoming a donor. Looking back at the process I went through, I am thankful there was a young lady somewhere in the U.S. who decided to become a donor. This donor was our third shot after the first two had various issues and were not able to follow through with the donation process. At the beginning of the process we thought I would have many choices since I was Norwegian but, low and behold, we found I am not fullblooded Norwegian, which is why the search for a donor was in the single digits, not the hundreds as expected. As you could imagine, I was nervous about the entire process and what it meant to have a nine out of 10 match
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Neil Johnson poses with his family and his bag of stem cells before his transplant. November is National Bone Marrow Awareness Month. Courtesy photo.
MARROW FROM 6 versus a 10 out of 10 match. What if we couldn’t find a match? And how long could my cancer remain in remission waiting for a match? Once a donor was secured in July you could only imagine my mixed bag of emotions, including excitement when my transplant date was set for Aug. 16. This meant my pre-treatment would begin on July 28 at Seattle Cancer Care Alliance. The pre-treatment consisted of various tests, pill chemotherapy, bone marrow aspirations, pulmonary testing, spinal tap and other blood work to make sure I could handle the transplant. Once completed, I checked into the UW Medical Center on Aug. 13 and started my final chemotherapy treatment which ultimately wiped out all my hair. I think it was wishful thinking on my part that after my first three chemo treatments (March, April, and May)
when I didn’t lose my hair, that I could hold onto to it during this final treatment. The transplant itself is just like receiving a blood infusion (see picture) and is painless. Any pain or discomfort comes from the chemotherapy treatment and for me I was fortunate during my transplant that everything went fairly smooth compared to how they prepared me for the worst. I had a few tough days, but in the big picture I was told that I was handling the process better than expected. The transplant date changed from the 16th to the 17th due to some issues in collecting the stem cells from my donor, so in the afternoon of the Aug. 17 I started receiving my new stem cells and received my first birthday card from our nurses. During the next two weeks it was a matter of recovery and waiting for my new stem cells to take hold, so once this happened and my white blood cells hit a certain number they released me from the hospital. This took place
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on Aug. 31 and I started my follow-up treatment at the Seattle Cancer Care Alliance on Sept. 1. Today, I am at day 79 post-transplant and we are currently going through my discharge testing. As I transition back to my doctor in Puyallup, I continue to reflect on how fortunate I am to have a second chance at life which would not be the case if the young lady I received my cells from didn’t sign up on the registry, but most importantly stay committed to the process. It doesn’t cost the donor a penny when they are found to be a match, it just costs their time. The donation process is so much easier and less painful than in years past and what greater gift can one person give than the gift of life? Please take a few minutes to get more details about the Be The Match Registry by visiting www. bethematch.org or http:// marrow.org/Home.aspx. Your gift of donation can save a life. It saved mine. Neil Johnson is the mayor of Bonney Lake.
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Resume 101 The Bonney Lake Library is hosting a class on creating and modofying your resume from 2 to 3:30 p.m.
Baby Time Books, action rhymes and songs for parents and children 0-24 months. Sumner Library, 10 a.m.; Bonney Lake Library, 10:30 a.m.
Bonney Lake Elementary is hosting a 50th birthday party/ open house begnning at 4:30 p.m. at the newly re-designed school.
Author event A Good Book on Main Street in Sumner will host author Michael Schein, whose “Bones Beneath Our Feet” deals with the settlement of white men in the region. Roundtable Reading Group Bring whatever you are reading to the Sumner Library at 7 p.m. to meet with fellow readers and discuss you favorite fall books.
Veteran’s Day Take time today to remember those who served our country. All city offices, schools and libraries are closed today.
Used Book Sale The Freinds of the Bonney Lake Library are hosting a used book sale from 11 a.m. to 6 p.m. to raise money for library programs.
Hometown Holiday Celebration The city of Sumner’s annual downtown Christmas extravaganza runs from 10 a.m. to 7 p.m. with living art from noon to 4 p.m. Make your own wreath Windmill gardens is hosting a make-your-own-wreath class at 10 a.m. The cost is $35 and registration is required. Call 253-863-5843
Get on the Seahawk train! Sounder service to the Seahawks game against the Ravens is scheduled for 10:37 and 11:02 a.m.
Get your grace on Check out our church directory on page 8 to find the house of worship that is right for you.
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Understanding Islam Rainier Hills Christian Fellowship will host a free, four part seminar on Friday evening November 18th from 7pm to 9pm and Saturday, November 19th from 9:30am to 3:00pm. How did we get here? What is Islam? What is Radical Islam? Jesus, Hope of the nations. Presented by an Oxford educated Christian of Egyptian/ British heritage. Her knowledge and experience of Islam will give us insight and knowledge that will better prepare us for the times in which we live. Lunch and snacks provided with a free will offering. 543589
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mad, proving to me they really are becoming adults by choosing to behave like many others out there. Trust us. If weâ€™ve done our job as a parents, teaching and guiding them in their decision-making process; if weâ€™ve raised them to look at how their decisions will impact themselves, others or the community around them; and weâ€™ve fostered in them the instinct to not take everything at face value or be swayed by public opinion, but to look deeper into the reasons and motives behind their decisions and those of others, then we should trust them to make choices of their own. Teens, Iâ€™ve come to realize, and voters are not too different.
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Sumnerâ€™s avid walkers can look forward to more trails to traverse in the foreseeable future. City council has approved a construction contract with Carter And Company, Inc. on the White River Trail Extension project, for more than $1.72 million. The deal has Carter And Co. construct 1,700 linear feet of paved trail, including a 160-foot bridge over the White River, and includes retaining walls at the bridge abutments and flora plantings by the water. The trail will link the Stewart Creek trail to the existing trail at 16th St. E.
Bonney Lake Police are launching a campaign against the drug known as â€œbath saltsâ€? following a federal crackdown on the chemicals. The Drug Enforcement Administration on Oct. 21 took emergency action to ban three synthetic stimu-
Carter And Co. was the default low bidder out of seven bids received by the city. Pease Construction, Inc. was the lowest bidder, at a little more than $1.66 million, but did not meet the state Department of Transportationâ€™s Disadvantaged Business Enterprise goal. The city engineerâ€™s estimate for the project was more than $1.32 million. Carter And Co. has 110 working days to complete the trail project, according to the council meeting minutes, putting completion on track for spring 2012. To comment on this story, view it online at www.blscourierherald.com. Reach Daniel Nash at email@example.com or 360825-2555 ext. 5060.
lants used to make products used as recreational drugs that mimic the effects of cocaine, LSD and methamphetamine. According to the DEA, these substances have the potential to be harmful and, therefore, pose an imminent hazard to the public safety. The emergency measure places these substances â€” mephedrone, meth-
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ylenedioxy pyrovalerone (MDPV) and methylone â€” under the DEAâ€™s most restrictive Schedule 1 category for at least a year, while the agency studies whether they should be permanently banned. This classification is reserved for substances with high potential for abuse and no accepted use under medical supervision. These products, sometimes called bath salts, are sold at smoke or head shops in powder or crystal form under names like Bliss, Purple Wave, Vanilla Sky and Ivory Wave. Deaths have been attributed to the use of these substances. Users can experience severe, long-lasting paranoia, hallucinations and suicidal tendencies. Retail sales of Schedule I controlled substances to the general public are not allowed under the Controlled Substances Act. The Bonney Lake Police Department will be contacting retail establishments in Bonney Lake to ensure awareness and enforcement of this ban. Parents are encouraged to speak to their children regarding the dangers of this drug and to bring any products with banned substances to the medication disposal box in the lobby of the public safety building.
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Government regulation holds back technology’s forward march The next time you’re on a commercial airliner, think about this: The GPS navigation unit in your car is more advanced than the technology used by air traffic controllers. The radar-based air traffic control technology used today is almost 60 years old. While it worked well with fewer, slow-moving aircraft, today’s modern jetliners can fly more than a mile and a half in the time it takes for a radar beam to sweep across the screen. Because of that, planes must be kept three to five miles apart. Airplanes forced to fly in wide arcs waiting their turn to land burn excess fuel and add several minutes to the length of the flight. That may seem trivial until you multiply those losses by more than 18 million flights a year. Congestion and weather delays tied to the limitations of radar, cost airlines and consumers almost $10 billion in 2010, a cost that’s projected to grow Don Brunell to $22 billion a year by President, Assoc. of Wash. Business 2022 and $40 billion by 2033. Much of that cost would be eliminated by switching to a GPS-based air traffic control system. Global positioning systems are space-based global navigation satellite programs that provide precise and realtime location information in all weather conditions anywhere on earth. By utilizing GPS, airliners would be able to safely fly much closer together and take direct routes to their destinations rather than being redirected into holding patterns waiting to land. The ability of GPS technology to provide real-time weather information will also reduce weather-related delays and diversions. Congress approved a new GPS air traffic control system known as NextGen in 2003, but it will cost taxpayers and the airline industry more than $40 billion to implement — a daunting task, especially in this era of massive deficits and shrinking profits. Nevertheless, it’s an investment worth making especially because the size of the world’s passenger aircraft fleet will double over the 20 years. NextGen would greatly improve the efficiency of airline travel, reduce costly delays, cut fuel costs and reduce air pollution. The program enjoys broad support on Capitol Hill and in the White House. So, what’s the problem? The cost — and concerns about the federal bureaucracy. NextGen will cost taxpayers an estimated $22 billion for the government portion of the system and another $20 billion for the airline industry through 2025. Before it appropriates the funds, Congress wants detailed budgets and specific timelines from the Federal Aviation Administration for each phase of implementation. Commercial airlines are also wary. JetBlue and Southwest Airlines have installed some of the GPS technology on their planes, thanks in part to government incentives and grants. But only 11 of Southwest’s destinations are set up for the new procedures. According to the Associated Press, the FAA hasn’t yet approved new
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Shoplifters, beware Main Street Sumner Downtown merchants institute countermeasures against theft By Daniel Nash Staff Writer
As Deputy Chief Brad Moericke played the security camera footage from Simple Tidings & Kitchen, whispers bubbled up from the shopowners in the Sumner Downtown Merchants meeting. “I know her.” “Me too!” “Why would she do that?” The subject of the footage was a blonde woman in a gray sweatsuit. At first glance, she appeared to be just another shopper perusing store wares on a lazy afternoon. But as she examines the fabric of a t-shirt, her demeanor changes and her head lifts up. “See, now there’s the look-around,” Moericke said. And then—presto!—the shirt’s vanished, squirreled away into her shoulder bag. She continues to browse, and goes on to pocket a few more items: hats and a notebook. Shop owner Suzanne Kipfer steps out to have a conversation with her briefly, then returns to the backroom.
Merchants based in Sumner’s historic downtown are making a concerted effort to combat shoplifting, after security enhancements by a few business owners resulted in catching more offenders. File Photo/To view or buy photos go to www.blscourierherald.com.
“I suspected she had could be missing theft taken some notebooks,” right under their nose. Kipfer told N o w the other Specialty stores like they’re doing merchants. s om e t h i n g “I didn’t those in Sumner’s about it. realize she downtown can attract Dow ntow n had taken business unexpected thieves. anything o w n e r s else until I “Your best customer asked city watched the police to might be the person e d u c a t e footage.” K i p f e r taking you for all them about is one of a theft prehandful of you’ve got,” Dep. Chief vention, and small busi- Brad Moericke said. are forming ness owners a cell phone who have network for caught shoplifters in the sharing names, pictures or past year after stepping up descriptions of suspected security. And some of those thieves. who have never caught a The solution isn’t pershoplifter suspected they fect—for example, not all
shop owners might be able to view pictures on their phone, Louann Spencer at Folkart Gatherings said. But if everyone participates vigilantly, the information could stop suspected thieves in their tracks. “If I can take a photo of someone I suspect is stealing before or as they’re leaving my store, I can send that to everyone else on the network and they’ll see the person coming before they can steal again,” Kipfer said. Moericke, who owns a convenience store in Seattle, told merchants that downtown core shoplifting
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Is that a Rockwell in the window? Still lives and store deals at Sumner’s Hometown Holiday Celebration Saturday By Daniel Nash Staff Writer
If you’re out and about this Saturday, and you appreciate recreated scenes of classic Americana or a good, old-fashioned deal, Sumner’s downtown Main Street might be the place to go. Downtown merchants will host the annual Hometown Holiday
Celebration from 10 a.m. to 7 p.m. It’s the one time each year that window shoppers can stroll down Main Street and see live recreations of scenes from Norman Rockwell paintings. Actors from Ascension Theatre Productions stand in shop windows to fill the role of the emotionally animated subjects that appeared in Rockwell’s work. Hometown Holiday is also one of a handful of occasions on which shopkeepers host open houses. Participating stores will be
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A shopper appreciates a Norman Rockwell portrait of Santa, recreated by a still model at the 2010 Hometown Holiday. File Photo.
Christmas tree farmers getting warmed up The Evergreen Arborist
Yes, it is a bit early to begin to think about Christmas. The pumpkin season just ended and Thanksgiving is lurking around the corner. But Americaâ€™s Christmas tree farmers are just beginning to get warmed up. They produce a true, â€œreal greenâ€? product that will create jobs, is grown in the USA and is recyclable. Puget Sound Christmas tree farmers and local retail lots offer a wide variety of species. To help select your favorite tree, the characteristics of the more popular species are listed below. Douglas fir: This tree is generally available as a sheared tree and is the most common species found on tree lots. It has a nice fragrance and a medium-togood shelf life. Because of the thick, bushy crowns, they do
not lend themselves to large or heavy decorations. This species is the easiest to grow because it is relatively problem free. It requires seven to eight years to mature as a Christmas tree. Noble fir: This species is considered the Cadillac of Christmas trees. It grows in a more open pattern, has stout branches, luxurious green needles, a long shelf life and has a nice fragrance. It is popular with families that have large or heavy ornaments. It is usually the most expensive tree because it takes eight to 10 years to mature and is more difficult to grow than other species. Grand fir: This sheared tree is the most fragrant of the native species. It has an attractive needle that makes it a popular choice as a flocked tree. Grand fir trees require eight to nine years to grow
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in it. Check the water level daily. A typical 6-foot tree can drink one gallon of water each day and remain fresh for two to three weeks. Do Trees Really Cost So Much? A tree farmer invests many dollars and hard work for six to 10 years before earning any return. Not all will be salable. Some trees will die while others will be damaged by insects, diseases or other natural occurrences before they reach harvest size. For example, out of 1,000 trees planted, 900 to 950 Douglas fir may be salable. However, only 700 to 800 nobles may be marketable because of losses to the above factors. Therefore, a grower needs to receive more money for nobles than Douglas firs to make them profitable to grow. One interesting way to view prices is to look at how much a tree costs and how
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long it can be enjoyed by a family compared to other regular activities. For example, if you pay $30 for a Douglas fir or $60 for a noble, they will bring joy and good smells to your home for two to four weeks. If you spend $30 to feed a family of four at a fast food establishment or $60 to attend a movie and eat popcorn, the enjoyment may last from one to four hours. When viewed in that perspective, trees seem to be a pretty good bargain for the time that they bring enjoyment to millions of families. Dennis Tompkins is a certified arborist and hazard tree risk assessor from the Bonney Lake-Sumner area. He is also a nationally recognized expert and consultant to the Christmas tree industry. Contact him at 253 863-7469 or email at firstname.lastname@example.org. Website: evergreenarborist. com.
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Although there are some eco-conscious products and practices that can be pricey, most people will find going green doesnâ€™t have to cost a lot. 1. Wash laundry in cold water. Only use warm water when washing heavily soiled items 2. Clean filters in the car and home routinely. Clean filters enable items to operate more efficiently. 3. Turn down the temperature on the water heater. 4. Buy recycled products. 5. Switch to a low-flow toilet or place a water-filled plastic bottle in the toilet tank to cut down on the amount of water used. 6. Work more from home if your company allows it.
and will hold heavy decorations. Some consumers think they are â€œchild and pet proofâ€? because of the stiff, prickly needles. Dennis Tompkins Spruces require Columnist eight to nine years to mature as Christmas and have a medium shelf trees and have a life. medium shelf life. Fraser fir: This North Where to find Trees Carolina native has fairly To enjoy a fun experistrong branches that will ence with the family, visit a hold heavier ornaments. local choose and cut farm. The needles have a pleasant Locations can be obtained fragrance. It also has a long from the Puget Sound shelf life that is comparable Christmas Tree Growerâ€™s to or better than a noble fir. website, www.pscta.com. Fraser fir trees are difficult In addition, many nurserto grow because of the many ies, stores and charity groups pests that constantly threat- offer trees at retail lots. en them. They require eight Proper Tree Care to 10 years before they are Once home, cut one-quarready for harvest. ter inch off the butt and place Norway and blue spruce the tree in a water stand. The trees: These are generally stand should be large enough available only at choose-and- to hold at least one gallon of cut farms. They are sheared water after the tree is placed
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SHOPLIFTING FROM 9 issues would be unique, because the businesses deal in specialty goods, or nonnecessities. Rather than getting vagrants stealing food, or underage kids stealing alcohol, he said, downtown stores would be more likely to attract thrill-thieves and people who might be trying to beat a bad economy; in other words, people you wouldnâ€™t suspect at first glance. â€œYour best customer might be the person taking you for all youâ€™ve got,â€? he said. Such stores can also be subject to more sophisticated thefts and scams. Luann Iselin of A Picket Fence recounted an incident more than six years ago, in which a husband and wife team stole several items
as two years to approve the new procedure for a single runway. Adding to concerns, the FAA has been slow to set technical standards for the required equipment, and the agency must still develop a program to retrain more
than 15,000 air traffic controllers. Because GPS technology advances from one year to the next, airlines are worried that a slow-moving federal bureaucracy could leave them saddled with outdated technology. Still, some airlines are
during the holiday season. Fortunately, the wholesaler for the stolen products aided the store in tracking down the offenders. The items were found soon after, being fenced on auction website eBay. A similar incident was reported just the day after the merchantsâ€™ meeting, in which a caregiver and her client were working together to steal candles. And just the day before the meeting, Sugarbabies was targeted by a customer who ran a badâ€”and possibly phonyâ€”check. â€œIt was a wife and a husband with their child, they had IDâ€”probably fakeâ€” their checks were highnumbered,â€? owner Ashley Salas said. â€œEvery sign you would think of to determine whether you had a good check, was there.â€? Salas was fortunate in that she caught the decep-
tion soon after the transaction, giving her a fighting chance to find and prosecute the offenders. As of late October, she was pursuing leads. â€œI love (the idea of the cell phone network),â€? Iselin said. â€œIf weâ€™re known as a town that is diligent in stopping theft, thieves will realize they canâ€™t steal from us.â€? Police concurred, and emphasized the importance of both prosecuting shoplifters who are caught and preventing theft by advertising security measures.
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Spencer of Folkart Gatherings said. â€œIâ€™ll most likely have refreshments, cider and a giveaway. Itâ€™s a lot of fun. There will be recorded music in the streets for people to listen to as they walk downtown.â€? Luann Iselin of A Picket Fence will have vendors on
hand to talk about their products, as well as gifts with purchase. To comment on this story, view it online at www. blscourierherald.com. Reach Daniel Nash at email@example.com or 360-8252555 ext. 5060.
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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 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., Nov. 12 with the Tea Madame, 16009 60th St. E., Sumner This tea tasting course covers the basics
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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. 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€™s called the â€œmiracle herb of the 21st century.â€? 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.
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3-0 win against Olympic messier than it looked By John Leggett Staff Writer
Sumner High’s 3-0 soccer victory over Olympic in West Central District play Saturday advanced the Spartans to the next level – a game earlier this week against Hockinson at Sunset Chev Stadium. Results of Tuesday’s match could not be included here, but will be posted at www.blscourierherald. com. The scoring from Saturday’s rather lackluster tilt will stick with longtime Sumner coach Robi Turley for reasons only a coach could appreciate. “We played a really ugly game against Olympic and we did not play well individually as I had to remove several of our best players because they received three mysterious yellow cards,” Turley said. “I didn’t want to risk them getting another one and not being able to play against Hockinson on Tuesday night.” But Turley had plenty of praise for her squad, which cruised to an 2011 South Puget Sound League 2A crown for the second straight year with an 12-0 record. “We had contributions from everyone and we truly came together as a team,” she said. “Because of that we won as a team and I really enjoyed that feeling.” Despite yellow cards directed
at key players like Megan Fenton and Kaylie Rozell, the outcome of the encounter was never really in doubt. Goalkeeper Jamie Lange earned the shutout in goal and Spartan defenders kept Olympic shots to a minimum. It took Sumner’s high-powered offensive attack all of about five minutes to rack up its initial tally, courtesy of midfielder Ellie Degoede, who took an assist from Alyssa Murray and legged one accurately past the unaware Olympic netminder. The next Sumner score, which came only seconds before intermission, was probably the easiest tally Gabby Degoede will score in her illustrious soccer career. An assist by Makinzie Endicott found Olympic’s goalie hopelessly out of position and Degoede only had to knock the ball home from about five feet out to make the score 2-0. Most of the second stanza was played in the middle of the field as both contingents slipped into lackluster play, but there was a solitary offensive jewel provided by Brooke Lancaster. With around five minutes remaining, she launched a rocket that ricocheted off the goal frame and into the goal, past the outstretched arms of the Trojan keeper.
Brooke Lancaster gets manhandled by an opponent from Olympic during Saturday’s West Central District competition. Photo by John Leggett/To view or buy photos go to www.blscourierherald.com.
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The Bonney Lake High soccer team advanced to the state’s Sweet 16 Saturday afternoon with a 3-0 victory over the Wilson Rams. The shutout against the Tacoma school came at Burien’s Highline Stadium. The Panther victory was sparked by the shutout goaltending of Madi Lowry and a hat trick by Madi Adams. The only goal needed came just two minutes into the contest when Adams scored off an assist by Emily Richmond.
Her second goal came at 36 minutes and the final tally was in the 63rd minute. The win improved Bonney Lake’s season record to 16-2-0 and pushed the Panthers into the Class 3A state tournament for the second consecutive year. A season ago, Bonney Lake advanced to the championship game before falling short. The Panthers’ state tournament opener begins at 7 tonight, Wednesday, against Meadowdale High. The game will be played at Edmonds Stadium. The loser is done for the season
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while the winner advances to the state’s Elite Eight. Bonney Lake had entered postseason play Nov. 2, paired against fellow South Puget Sound League 3A foe Peninsula High. The game offered little in the way of drama, as the Panthers won 6-0. In three meetings with the Seahawks this season, Bonney Lake dominated, outscoring Peninsula 15-0. In the Nov. 2 contest, the Panthers received three goals from Adams and one each from Lindsey Hanbidge, Alicia Bowman and Jessyka Seger.
Dreams of state play dashed by Fife By John Leggett Staff Writer
The Fife High volleyball squad took Sumner High’s glass slipper and shattered it into a thousand pieces Saturday at the West Central District tournament. The state-qualifying action took place at Franklin Pierce High School. The Spartan volleyball squad had waltzed into the district tournament, but the dream quickly turned into a nightmare and the match with Fife turned out to be the last action of the
year for the Spartans. In the initial set, Sumner fell 27-25. That first-set heartbreaker seemed to take the wind out of the Spartans’ sails as FHS cruised to an easy 25-15 second set win. In the all-important third set, the Spartans seemed as if they might be in control, but Fife rallied to pound the final few nails into Sumner’s coffin, winning 26-24 and and denying the Spartans the opportunity to play in the state tourney. To comment on this story view it online at www.courierherald.com.
A Bonney Lake Panther volleyball team that spent most of the 2011 campaign undefeated and on top of the SPSL 3A world had its season come to an end during the weekend’s West Central District tournament at Auburn Mountainview High School. The Bonney Lake bunch suffered a setback to Camas Friday afternoon and was eliminated from state consideration when it lost to Peninsula Saturday morning in heartbreaking fashion. Injuries hit Bonney Lake hard during the last two weeks of the season. After barely claiming second place in the SPSL 3A standings with an 8-2 league mark, Bonney Lake staggered its way through subdistrict play. By Saturday, Bonney Lake did not have much left in its emotional tank, as it had been swept by Camas the day before, having lost a discouraging third set 32-30. Something extraordinary happened in that celebrated third set with Camas though, as the ailing black cats seemed to arch their backs and make a statement. Even though BLHS did not emerge victorious in the third set, the Panthers staged a courageous swan song, with half the squad hobbled with illness and injuries. Saturday, Bonney Lake tangled with the Seahawks, losing the first two sets 25-18 and 25-17. The struggling Panthers scratched and clawed their way back for a 25-23 victory in the third set. Peninsula overwhelmed the Bonney Lake gang in the fourth set 25-10.
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Illness staggers Lady Spartans Panther runners finish in 12th By John Leggett Staff Writer
The Bonney Lake cross country team didnâ€™t exactly paint the course red during Saturdayâ€™s Class 3A state cross country championships but, considering the competition, Panther runners didnâ€™t fare all that poorly, either. The 3.1-mile race was staged at Sun Willows Golf Course in Pasco. The Panther girls team battled illness, but with junior juggernaut Marie Wilson blazing the trail, still finished sweet 16th among 25 teams with 367 points. Wilson crossed the finish line in 31st place overall with a time of 19 minutes, 31 seconds. Next came Sierra Espinal, 82nd with a time of 20:26. Madisen Liddle rounded out the top three with a personal best clocking of 20:56. On the boys side of things, Bonney Lake had only Nolan Weber. He bolted out of the gate and led all harriers in the state after the first 800 meters of the race, but couldnâ€™t keep that torrid pace and finished with a time of 17:33. To comment on this story, view it online at www.courierherald.com. Reach John Leggett at firstname.lastname@example.org or 360-8252555 ext. 5054.
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Sumner Highâ€™s girls cross country unit finished 12th during Saturdayâ€™s Class 2A state meet, staged on a challenging 3.1-mile course at Pascoâ€™s Sun Willows Golf Course. The lone Spartan boy to make the state trip was Coltin Tanner, who returned to the state scene as he promised his coach, Kristin Martin, finishing 99th overall with a time of 17 minutes, 29 seconds. Sun Willows is a hilly and demanding course, not known for producing memorable times, but according to Martin the SHS girls booked some decent times. â€œFour of our girls PRed (set a personal record) and one hit her season best time,â€? Martin said. â€œAdditionally, the top five runners finished at under 22 minutes.â€? The first Spartan girl to complete the course was Gabby Phelps, who crossed the finish line in 29th, shaving a minute off last yearâ€™s state time with a clocking of 19:46. Following Phelps were sophomore Abi Hensler in 50th at 20:16, Natasha Wilson in 98th, 21:24; Robi Long, 101st, 21:16; and Amanda Riley, 112th, 21:52. 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 Schoolâ€™s girls swim team took second place at the West Central District Class 2A tournament, finishing behind Interlake High of Bellevue. Madison Munger took first place in the 200-yard freestyle with 2:00.80, while Kallan Gustafson took third with 2:10.35. Sami Hendricks won the 50 freestyle with a 25.42. Hendricks additionally won the 100 freestyle by a hair, with a time of 55.79. The 200 freestyle relay team of
Munger, Ashley Huynh, Elizabeth Martin and Hendricks won with a 1:46.20 clocking. The medley relay team of Alicia Ditty, Huynh, Munger and Hendricks took second at 1:56.87. The team has one more week of competition to go. State competition takes place Friday and Saturday at the King County Aquatic Center. Comment on this story at www. blscourierherald.com. Reach Daniel Nash at email@example.com or 360-825-2555 ext. 5060.
Bye-a, Klahowya By Brenda Sexton Staff Writer
Sumner Highâ€™s football team closed out the 2011 season with a 49-19 nonleague victory over Klahowya Friday at Sunset Chev Stadium. â€œIt was a great way to send out our seniors and another way to get in another week of practice and a game for our kids coming back,â€?
coach Keith Ross said. â€œIt was a chance to cap off a season that was a little different than expected.â€? The Spartansâ€™ final score came on a 1-yard run by senior Ronnie Hinze. Sophomore David Kakuk split the uprights for the point after. The Spartan defense held Klahowya scoreless in the first and third quarters.
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