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he Kirkland City Council held a special meeting Monday to discuss many end-of-year issues, but the biggest decision could have an impact on the city for decades.
In a unanimous vote, council members authorized the purchase of the Eastside Rail Corridor from the Port of Seattle. The 5.5 mile segment of the rail line goes through the heart of three major Kirkland business districts and was formerly owned by Burlington North-
ern Santa Fe (BNSF). “This is a very, very big moment,” said Kirkland Mayor Joan McBride, following the vote. The council authorized the purchase, which was negotiated by the city and the Port of Seattle for $5 million. The corridor could
be redeveloped for multiple uses, including a bike and pedestrian trail. But the issue of how to ultimately pay for the project was of great concern during a study session prior to the vote. “Do you want a trail for [ more RAIL page 8 ]
A pedestrian walks along a portion of the Eastside Rail Corridor in Kirkland. Some hope to develop the corridor into a trail. MATT PHELPS, Kirkland Reporter
Chamber’s Bill Vadino to step down
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A 19-year-old soldier from Joint Base Lewis-McChord is a person of interest in the murder of a Juanita woman. Scarlett Paxton, 19, was found stabbed to death Nov. 30. by her boyfriend at the Hidden Firs apartments behind the Juanita Albertson’s. Joe Kubistek, spokesman for Joint Base Lewis-McChord, said the soldier was booked into the Regional Correctional Facility on base on Nov. 30 for going absent without leave. “He had gone AWOL several times and he was considered a flight risk,” said Kubistek, adding that Kirkland police notified base personnel that the soldier was Scarlett Paxton a person of interest in the slaying the same day he was booked into custody. Authorities have not identified the soldier yet as he has not been charged, but Kubistek said he has been in the Army over a year and he once missed a mandatory unit movement.
Bill Vadino, the executive director of the Greater Kirkland Chamber of Commerce, announced Dec. 9 he will leave his position at the end of the year to become the “show director” for the Kirkland Concours d’Elegance in Tacoma. The annual Concours event that has drawn thousands of car enthusiasts to Carillon Point’s waterfront over the past nine years moved to Tacoma in Bill Vadino September. The all-volunteer Concours board agreed to legally transfer ownership to the non-profit LeMay– America’s Car Museum in Tacoma. Vadino served seven years with the Chamber and three years with the Kirkland Downtown Association, which merged with the Chamber in October 2010. “While in Kirkland I have had four important tasks, the Chamber, KDA, [ more CHAMBER page 2 ]
Soldier is person of interest in Kirkland woman’s death
Kirkland resident Bradley Nakatani was killed by a Redmond man on Dec. 8 near the Kirkland/Redmond city limits. MATT PHELPS, Kirkland Reporter
Second cyclist killed this year in Kirkland Redmond man charged with vehicular homicide BY MATT PHELPS email@example.com
A Redmond man was charged with vehicular homicide and reckless driving on Monday for striking and killing a Kirkland bicyclist. Nathan Jeremie Godwin, 26, struck Bradley Nakatani, 36, with his SUV while the Kirkland man was riding a bicycle in the early morning
of Dec. 8 at the intersection of 132nd Avenue Northeast and Northeast 124th Street in Kirkland near the Redmond city limits. Godwin was arrested on suspicion of DUI. He posted a $500,000 bail and was released from jail after his first court appearance on Friday. If convicted, Godwin
faces between 36-48 months in prison. Godwin, a convicted felon, has an extensive driving record, including more than a dozen traffic violations for speeding, disobeying road signals, failure to stop at signals and reckless endangerment. “This is a very busy hub,” said Kirkland Police spokesman Lt. Mike Murray on Dec. 8. “The debris field was so big we couldn’t just shut
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down a lane or two.” Godwin admitted to police he was speeding at approximately 60 mph in the 35 mph zone when he drove through the intersection, according to police records. The Medical Examiner’s Office said Natakani had a skull fracture, among other injuries. The busy intersection was [ more BIKE page 3 ]
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Holy Spirit Lutheran to host Tent City 4 The City of Kirkland received a temporary-use permit application from SHARE/WHEEL and Holy Spirit Lutheran Church to relocate the homeless encampment known as Tent City 4 to church property, beginning Jan. 21. Holy Spirit has already hosted Tent City 4 twice since 2007. As part of the application process the church will hold a public informational meeting tentatively scheduled for 7 p.m. Jan. 5. The meeting will be held at
[ CHAMBER from page 1] Concours and friends and family,” said Vadino in an email. “I will continue to do two of those jobs and will have another exciting opportunity as well. As many of my friends are in Kirkland, I will still be around. The last 10 years have been a delight and thanks to everyone for their support.” He will also be involved in other Eastside consulting assignments, though he hasn’t announced yet what those will be.
the church located at 10021 N.E. 124th Street. City representatives will be present to answer permitting and public safety questions. City officials will mail residents and property owners within 500 feet of the church property the notice of the application and the notice of the decision of the Kirkland’s Planning Director regarding the permit application. City zoning regulations provide for temporary uses of land, including homeless encampments, when certain standards are met. If approved, the encampment may locate within the city for no more than 92 days.
Val Gurin, Chamber president, said the nonprofit organization is grateful to Vadino for his “selfless service and dedication on behalf of both organizations. I am excited for him and his future endeavors. As the Board, we will do the necessary due diligence to find the right candidate to lead the Chamber and KDA in fulfilling their missions.” The Chamber seeks to promote economic vitality in Kirkland. For more information, call 425-8227066 or visit www.kirklandchamber.org.
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www.kirklandreporter.com [ BIKE from page 1] closed during the nine-hour investigation. The closure backed up traffic for a mile on Northeast 124th Street as it is a main arterial through north Kirkland, with access to 405, the Totem Lake shopping area and Redmond. Metro buses also had to be rerouted. Police said the cyclist was heading home from work, traveling west on Northeast 124th Street and turned left to go south on Slater Ave. when the SUV, traveling east, struck the man. There was one passenger in the SUV, who advised Godwin to go back to the scene after they had traveled about a block, according to
police documents. Kirkland police responded at 2:50 a.m. to the fatal traffic collision. The man on the bike was wearing reflective clothing, lights and a helmet. â€œHe had quite a bit of reflective gear,â€? said Murray. â€œHe had a light on his helmet and bike and a very large backpack.â€? Nakataniâ€™s sister and father showed up at the scene a few hours after the accident. â€œThey are meeting with our chaplain,â€? said Murray on Dec. 8. Godwin told police that Nakatani appeared to be veering into his lane and that he swerved in an attempt to avoid the collision. He initially stated that
he had not consumed any alcoholic beverages, but later told police that he had consumed an alcoholic-type beverage he called â€œJeremiah Weed Iced Tea,â€? as well as two glasses of champagne, other alcoholic beverages and smoked a marijuana â€œblunt.â€? He also admitted that when he woke up at 9 p.m. on Dec. 7 he took Lexapro and Suboxone, which he uses to treat his opiate addiction. Police said that Godwin agreed to a voluntary fieldsobriety test, of which he did not perform well and was unable to complete certain parts. The suspect also produced a blood-alcohol sample of
.078 at 3:34 a.m., at least 45 minutes after the accident. The legal limit in Washington State is .08. Godwinâ€™s arraignment is set for Dec. 22 at the King County Courthouse. About 100 friends and family gathered at the intersection to pay respects to Na-
katani on Friday afternoon. He was a software engineer at Redmondâ€™s Alston Grid and was heading home from work when he was killed. Nakatani was a 1994 Newport High School graduate, who earned a Masterâ€™s degree from Stanford.
This is the second time this year that a bicyclist has been hit and killed in Kirkland. John Przychodzen, 49, was riding northbound along the shoulder of Juanita Drive Northeast near 86th Avenue Northeast when he was struck and killed by a truck on July 22.
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“They descended on the house like ants. In one day, they stripped, sealed, repaired, and installed a new roof, rebuilt the front fence, and landscaped the yard. They even pruned the rhodies, which were overgrown, big, gangly things, and they pulled every weed in sight,“ Joanne Snyder said.
Eastside Rail Corridor purchase the right decision for Kirkland
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irkland will soon own nearly 5.5 miles of the Eastside Rail Corridor that city officials hope to turn into a biking and hiking trail with views of Lake Washington. In the more distant future, the corridor could also be used for bus or light rail. The Kirkland City Council made the right decision when it unanimously approved the $5 million purchase of the abandoned rail line from the Port of Seattle on Monday. The vote means city officials – and the residents they represent – will now have the say-so about what to do with Kirkland’s segment of rail line. And this has many implications for our city’s economic vitality and future. Kirkland has the potential to connect with the region. The 42-mile Eastside Rail Corridor represents a trail backbone that connects Renton, Bellevue, Kirkland, Redmond, Woodinville and Snohomish. Former King County Executive Ron Sims heralded the rail line as “the granddaddy of all regional trails.” Once Kirkland’s segment is turned into a biking and hiking trail, it will connect with other regional trails, including the Burke-Gilman, East Lake Sammamish, Interurban and Snoqualmie Valley trails. Kirkland’s segment of rail line also goes through the heart of three major Kirkland business districts. Whether by trail or transit, the segment would connect the region with those districts – including Kirkland’s “economic
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engine” – Totem Lake. Beyond regional connectivity, the purchase also improves local access. The trail would connect bicycle commuters with the South Kirkland Park and Ride and the Google campus. For a city that touts pedestrian-friendly with yellow flags at many crosswalks, the trail would also improve the city’s pedestrian landscape. And in a community as active as Kirkland, a new dedicated biking/hiking trail would provide more safety for many bicyclists and pedestrians. The need for safer bike facilities is no more evident than with the two cases we’ve reported on this year involving bicyclists who were killed by vehicles – including this week’s cover story.
Of course, there are many financial struggles that the city will have to work through to fund the project. This will not be easy. And city officials and residents will have to determine the best way to use the rail line, whether that’s both a hiking and biking trail and rail. Whatever the outcome, Monday’s decision gives us the power to have our say and control the rail line’s destiny.
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U.S. Post Office is an odd duck
Last weekend I was in town with my son and my sister to help my son get ready for the next semester at Cascadia/UW. While I was getting coffee at the Starbucks on 124th and 113th very early Sunday morning, I managed to spill a venti soy latte all over myself. As I sadly watched it steam in the parking lot, three people standing nearby rushed over to help. One gentleman got me a rag, another asked a Starbuck’s employee for a replacement and all three asked how they could help. Although I felt pretty klutzy, I was really warmed by the kindness of strangers and the Starbuck’s baristas. After everything was put back in order, one of the Kind 3 said, “I hope the rest of your day is better.” Honestly, spilling that coffee turned out to be a good thing as I got a chance to see the kindness of strangers and the goodness of the people of Kirkland. Thank you Kirkland strangers. I too will pay it forward.
I rent a PO box in the local U.S. Post Office. I was picking up my mail the other day and the thought struck me that the U.S. Postal Service is indeed an odd duck. It should be the darling of the Constitutional Party because it appears in the original Constitution of 1789 and hasn’t been amended out. It should be okay to those who are fiscally cautious such as yours truly because it charges user fees as part of its ongoing operations. Big government is always the better choice, folks should embrace it. Some complain that it loses money, but there’s no branch of any level of government that was supposed to make money. Businesses are. The Green Party must hate it because trees must be pulped to make junk mail. The junk mailers love it because how else would they make a living? The USPS must love itself because it makes its only bundle off junk mail. Plus, people just like the “old-timeyness” and togetherness of standing in a long slow line to buy a
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tiny piece of paper to stick on another thing made of paper that they then hand in person to a real live human being to throw in a bin. There is just something comforting about that in this impersonal age of no customer service. Golly, there’s just something comforting about the entire affair as long as you don’t think about it too much. They do fly Old Glory out in front of the place. God forbid that someone should come up with a more sustainable way to communicate via paper. Thomas Edison, by all accounts a genius, did envision that the telephone would be included in a business model where customers would install a phone, make a call to an operator who would put the message to paper and have that sent via messenger to be hand delivered to the recipient to read and then dispose of. Maybe a bit too quaint by half for us in this advanced age of email. Which leads to the question of what to do with the snail mail bureaucrats. If Uncle Sam sold the physical plant, he could net a nice capital gain because he doesn’t owe any taxes to
himself on sale of real property. That would be a nice one-time cash boost to the Treasury now wouldn’t it? Then he could stop funding the blame fool thing and just ignore the fact that it’s in the Constitution because nobody in power notices when the Constitution of 1789 is “interpreted” to fit modern 21st century situational ethics anyway. Right? Then we could have a mail delivery system for those who still need its services that’s solvent and self-sustainable. One that is off the federal budget and not being funded by increasing the debt of the U.S., which gets sold to foreign sovereign funds to milk us bowlegged over the next decade or more of interest-only payments before Uncle Sam gets our principal back for us, which has been heavily eroded by his own inflation in the meantime. How about that – make a capital gain to pay down the national debt and eliminate the ongoing yearly operational cost by taking the whole thing off of the national budget. Who woulda thunk it?
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whether or not listening to music and watching TV hinders material retention and the overall pace of completing homework. To an extent, I do agree that both of the listed can be very distracting. But to a student who is capable of multi-tasking, I believe that utilizing these outlets during homework can actually help built-up work run its course a lot smoother. Yahoo Answers and other internet sites bring up wellmade points that focusing on anything other than that individual assignment you are doing causes a lapse in Zach Shucklin
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 December 16, 2011 [ RAIL from page 1] Christmas, of course I want a trail for Christmas,” said Councilman Dave Asher. “Well, do you want to pay for it in January, February or March or for the next several years? This is something we have to look at closer.” The line runs from 108th Avenue N.E. at the south near 520 and up to the northeast part of the Totem Lake neighborhood near Slater Avenue N.E. at 132nd Place N.E. With approval from the Port of Seattle Commissioners, city staff now has 60 days to perform a “due diligence” review of the sale agreement. The “due diligence” period is the time during which the
city can review and evaluate easements, leases and other encumbrances against the property. Staff will present the council on or before Feb. 12 with an informational report on the transaction. The sale is projected to close on March 15, 2012. Initial purchase of the Kirkland Segment would be conducted through an inter-fund loan and would not require the expenditures of the city’s general fund. As a part of the inter-fund loan, the city would borrow the money on a maximum term of three years. “In these times right now we need something to look
forward to and this is one of but the stress in the financing those things,” said Councilis the real concern.” man Bob Sternoff during the The city also has some mastudy session. jor financial issues that could One possibility is that the potentially make the financcity could get help from state ing of the project difficult. or federal grants - thanks to City officials are facing the tolling on 520 and possibly potential for less state sales 405 - to help with overtax funds for annexaflow issues from those tion, the $15 million projects, among other agreement reached KIRKLAND possible financing to potentially redeopportunities, said velop Totem Lake City of Kirkland Malls and a $17.3 Director of Finance million new public and Administration Tracey safety building in the Totem Dunlap. Lake neighborhood - three “I am really concerned major projects that could about how close we are to the have an impact on available edge,” said Asher, during the funds for the project. study session. “I am really Development of the eager to make this work … Kirkland Segment of the cor-
ridor is envisioned to include things like a possible pedestrian walkway, bike path and a Sound Transit light-rail line. The branch of the line that connects with the Kirkland corridor runs south from Renton up into Snohomish County at the north end. But there are some outstanding issues with the rail corridor. One of the potential issues is that an easement is to be reviewed that was brokered with Puget Sound Energy (PSE) by King County. The utility easement allows PSE to utilize the corridor for gas and electrical transmission and distribution. There are some
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[ HOME from page 9] planted an idea in Foxâ€™s mind. She spoke with her husband, Greg, about undertaking the repairs at the Snyderâ€™s home. Greg works for Holmberg Company, a commercial mechanical company in Kirkland, and he mentioned the idea to his boss. â€œHolmberg does one community service project each year, and this one fell in their lap,â€? Pam explained. Within two months, the idea had grown into a full renovation, complete with donated equipment and matching blue t-shirts for Holmberg employees. â€œThey descended on the house like ants,â€? Joanne said. â€œIn one day, they stripped, sealed, repaired, and installed a new roof, rebuilt the front fence, and landscaped the
Dick and Joanne Snyder have lived in Kirkland since 1956, when they wed. Some neighbors and local businesses recently stepped up to makeover the coupleâ€™s home. RACHAEL HARRIS, Special to the Reporter every weed in sight.â€? The help was overwhelming for Dick and Joanne.
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â€œIt was amazing,â€? Dick said. â€œIt was the first time I could lay down and have people work on the house.
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Iâ€™ve never seen a response like that.â€? Joanne agreed: â€œIâ€™m not verbose enough to say how much this has meant to us,â€? she said. â€œThey donâ€™t even know us. They never asked for a thing except to use the restroom.â€? The Foxâ€™s and the Holmberg team ensured that the Snyderâ€™s didnâ€™t lay a finger to work during the five-hour overhaul. â€œShe (Joanne) said, â€˜Can I help?â€™ and I said no! Sheâ€™s just had toe surgery for peteâ€™s sake!â€? Pam laughed. â€œAll I did was make peanut butter cookies and crab cakes,â€? Joanne said. â€œAnd I didnâ€™t get any,â€? Dick interjected with a playfully grumpy smile. The Snyderâ€™s werenâ€™t the only ones involved with positive attitudes. The Holmberg employees
gave up their Saturday to work through the rain. â€œThe guys on the roof were singing and dancing the whole time!â€? Joanne said. Neighbors and relatives joined Holmberg, and contributed hands to work or words to encourage. The total number of participants surpassed 30. Local businesses were also on board with the effort. United Rentals donated compressors, air nail guns, and other tools; Red Apple Market contributed six cases of water; Bridle Trails Starbucks offered four boxes of coffee; Ace Hardware gave paint brushes and buckets; and Dairy Queen printed coupons for the volunteers. â€œIt was the most amazing thing Iâ€™ve ever seen,â€? Joanne said.
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BRIEFS Boys basketball In their first meeting this season, the Lake Washington boys basketball dominated the Juanita Rebels. The Kangs won 78-39. The game started with a close first quarter, with Lake Washington holding an early 19-12 lead. Despite the physical game, the Kangs pulled away in the second quarter, scoring 20 points while keeping the Rebels to just nine. After the half, the lead widened with another 26 Kang points and eight for Juanita. Later into the game, foul trouble began to plague both teams, with key players taking a seat to avoid fouling out. In the final minutes of the game, Juanita battled back in with 10 more points, but at that point they couldn’t retake the Lake Washington lead. Darien Nelson-Henry led the Kangs with 16 points, while Kelly Guy had 15, Guy Lynott had 14, Matt Staudacher had 13 and Drew Heimdahl added 11. Cody Bernstein posted five for the Kangs and Marcus Giovacchini added four. Alex Stokes had 11 for the Rebels, while Brett Hamre
Lake Washington’s Drew Heimdahl dribbles downcourt as Juanita’s Brett Hamre tries to catch up during the Kangs home win over the Rebels on Dec. 6. MEGAN MANAGAN, Kirkland Reporter Hopkins posted 10. Peyton Wozeniak added eight of her own, while Sara Wilson had five, Claire Anderson had four and both Cassie Lively and Margo Lynott had two. The next day the boys’ team traveled to Highline Community College for the Les Schwab Preview. The team faced Mount Rainier, winning 69-62. Both Nelson-Henry and Guy Lynott scored in the double digits during the game, earned 23 and 20 points respectively.
Mount Rainier held the lead at the beginning of the game, with the game at 25-17 at the end of the first. In the second Lake Washington roared back, scoring 16-10. Defense held Mount Rainier back in the second half, enough for the Kangs offense to take the lead. Staudacher had 13 points in the game, while Drew Heimdahl added 10 and Jeff Staudacher had two. The Juanita boys fell to Liberty Friday night during a conference match up in
the Rebels gym. The Patriots won 64-63. Liberty had the early lead, with a 15-10 spread at the end of the first quarter. Juanita scored 19 points in the second to take over on the top with a 29-28 game. In the second half Juanita once again outscored Liberty with a 15-13 third quarter. Things were tied up at end of regulation, but Liberty 23 points in the final minutes of the game sealed the win. Tynan Gilmore scored 25 points for the Patriots during the win. Ryan Reid had 15 points for Juanita, while Landyn Milburn had 14 and Brett Hamre added 11. Sean Brennan had nine, Avery Britton had seven and Ty Eng posted six. On Saturday the team traveled to Bellevue College for the Washington Hoop Challenge, where they beat Battle Ground 42-41. The first ended with a 6-3 lead for the Rebels, and they added another nine in the second half. Eleven points in the third quarter increased the lead, but Battle Ground edged in closer in the fourth with 22 points. Juanita held strong to take the win. Milburn had 14 points during the match, while Reid had 11. Eng posted nine points for the team while Hamre added eight.
Girls basketball In their first meeting of the season, Juanita edged out cross-town rival Lake Washington 52-40 on Wednesday evening at Finn Hill Junior High in Kirkland. The Kangs held the early lead by one point at the end of the first quarter. The Lady Rebels found their rhythm in the second quarter, to take the lead with 15 points for a 26-22 game. A close third quarter kept Juanita in the lead, but Lake Washington battled for 12 points, while keeping the Rebels from running away with just 13 points. But in the fourth quarter Juanita sealed their win, as strong defense held Lake Washington to six points, while the Rebels earned another 13. Kate Cryderman had 25 points for Juanita, a season high, while Peyton Wozeniak posted 12 for the Kangs. Molly Grager put up 14 for Juanita, Mikayla Jones added six, Winnie Levit had four and Bre Carter had three. Hunter Hopkins was slowed by Juanita, earning seven points during the game, while teammate Whitney Dunlap posted six, as did Sara Wilson. Senior captain Cassie Lively had five and Margo Lynott added four. more story online… kirklandreporter.com
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The Kirkland Lightning FC team won the Washington State Rec. Cup championships last weekend, beating Silver Lake Gunners 2-1. The team beat District 3 champions Puyallup Thunder in the quarterfinals with a 1-0 final score. In the semifinals the team beat the Kirkland Huskies in a 2-1 game.
The Washington State Department of Transportation announced Wednesday that the long-awaited tolling of the State Route 520 bridge will begin at 5 a.m. Dec. 29. WSDOT is urging travelers to get ready by setting up a Good To Go! transponder account. â€œTolling is helping Washington move forward with critical transportation investments and will finance ongoing and future work to replace the GET vulnerable SR 520 floating bridge and corridor,â€? said Washington Transportation Secretary Paula Hammond. â€œSR 520 toll revenue will provide $1 billion to fund pontoon construction in Grays Harbor, and floating bridge construction and improvements on the Eastside, which already are underway. Starting tolling before the new bridge is built is keeping financing costs down.â€? Toll costs will vary by time of day, with peak hours between 7-9 a.m. and 3-6 p.m. having the highest rate at $3.50 for anyone with a Good to Go transponder. Those without transponders will receive bills in the mail for the toll amount, plus a $1.50 charge. The toll systemâ€™s components have been tested and retested since summer to ensure they can collect data at highway speeds and create transactions for the more than 100,000 vehicles that cross the bridge daily. WSDOT spokeswoman Patty Michaud said the system has been tested not only for the ability to read plates, but also to do some in Washingtonâ€™s often adverse weather conditions. WSDOT also brought in national tolling experts to review the system, and expanded its customer service support. However, even though the Good To Go! call center has
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In the championship they faced the Silver Lake team to win the title. The team consists of eighth graders from Finn Hill Junior High in Kirkland. The team includes Kyle Ullery, Christian Turner, Cade Totten, Tom Mikkelson, Blake Voutour, James McCool, Jayson Edwards, Tanner Oâ€™Rourke, Marito Binag, Brendan Bauer, Qais Najm, Tyler Hill, Ben Zabback, Bjorn Warford, Ben Fries, Jackson Clemenson and Phillip Lavery. They are coached by Eric Ullery, Mike McCool and assistant coach Riley Oâ€™Rourke.
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Police Blotter The blotter feature is both a description of a small selection of police incidents and a statistical round-up of all calls to the Kirkland Police Department that are dispatched to on-duty police officers. The Kirkland Reporter Police Blotter is not intended to be representative of all police calls originating in Kirkland, which average about 1,000 per week.
Dec. 8 Suspicious circumstances: 11:41 a.m., 12100 block of N.E. 107th Street. A Kirkland woman reported that an unknown person came onto her property and attempted to open her front door. When the womanâ€™s dog began to bark the subject fled the scene, knocking over Christmas decorations.
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Trespass: 6 p.m., 12000 block of N.E. 85th Street. A 47-year-old Kirkland woman was observed shoplifting a baby blanket. When confronted by an employee, the woman returned the blanket and unknowingly her wallet that was stuck inside the blanket. Store management chose not to pursue charges and the wallet was returned to the woman at her residence, where she signed a one-year no trespass letter. Theft: 4:44 p.m., 9900 block of N.E. 126th Street. A Kirkland woman reported that her house was entered, but that nothing was out of place. She reported that a black box with several prescription pills was missing. Theft: 3 p.m., 9700 block of Slater Ave. N.E. UPS boxes with Christmas gifts were stolen from a front porch. Car prowl: 6 p.m., 11800 97th Lane N.E. A Kirkland man reported that his car was prowled and his driver-side window was broken. A laptop was missing from the back seat.
Dec. 6 Harassment: 8 a.m., 11100 block of N.E. 123rd Lane. A 23-year-old Kirkland woman reported that someone left a note threatening to slash her tires. The woman stated that she thinks itâ€™s because her car was poorly parked. Theft: 11:30 a.m., 10100 block of N.E. 110th Street. A Kirkland man reported that two packages containing an iPod and a Blu-Ray movie were taken from his doorstep. The man felt that his housekeeper may have taken the items, although a home video showed her walking away from the home without the packages.
Dec. 4 Disorderly conduct: 1:32 a.m., 300 block of Central Way. A 31-year-old Seattle man was arrested for disorderly conduct for jumping in front of cars and malicious mischief for knocking over a city planting pot.
Car theft: 7 p.m., 12500 block of N.E. 65th Court. A Kirkland man reported that his truck had been stolen near his home. The truck had a
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