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Sumner residents who think they will be affected by the Fleischmann’s property becoming industrial-only space are invited to send their comment to city Planning Manager Ryan Windish. Photo by Daniel Nash/To view or buy photos go to www.blscourierherald.com.

Fleischmann’s property is up for MIC consideration By Daniel Nash Staff Writer

The city of Sumner has released a Draft Supplemental Environmental Impact Statement regarding two Fleischmann’s Industrial Park LLC properties, one of which the company intends for a North Star chemical storage facility. The public is invited to submit input by Jan. 17. Specifically, the Impact Statement addresses potential amendments to Sumner’s Manufacturing/Industrial Center and Town Center Plan, which would allow the 21.3 acres along Fryar Avenue (the official address is 1115 Zehnder) to be rolled into the industrial center footprint. The properties, an empty field and the

Fleischmann’s Yeast and Vinegar Plant, are already zoned as Light Industrial and Heavy Industrial. The parcels’ incorporation into the Industrial Center would preclude the possibility of planned mixed use development, such as residences, as determined by the Town Center Plan. For that reason, Sumner officials denied Fleischmann’s docket proposal when it was first presented in 2010. Fleischmann’s appealed to the Puget Sound Growth Management Hearing Board, and the Board decided the city had not provided enough supporting documentation to prop up its argument. Under those marching orders, the city produced the present impact statement.

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Water and sewer customers in Bonney Lake will begin to see a slight increase in their bills this week as adjustments consistent with the consumer price index begin to take effect on Jan. 1. The increases are automatic and tied to the CPI through the Bonney Lake Municipal Code. The CPI is set to increase 3.81

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Be sure to ‘treecycle’ When you take down your Christmas tree, don’t forget to “treecycle.� Pierce County residents who subscribe to yard waste collection service can recycle their unflocked Christmas tree curbside. Other residents can recycle trees free of charge at designated locations. Flocked trees cannot be recycled and must be disposed of as garbage. Contact your city hall or local garbage hauler for more details. How to treecycle:

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Sumner Arts Festival cancels plans for 2012 event Organizers hope someone else will step in to save summer tradition By Daniel Nash Staff Writer

Just shy of 40 years of operation, the Sumner Arts Festival will not take place under its traditional management in 2012. The festival committee voted not to hold the downtown bazaar in the coming August. Every year, the Arts Festival used two days to turn the city’s Historic Downtown sector into a tent city for vendors of fine art pieces, homemade crafts and craft furniture and food. It would typically host 100 booths generating sales tax, 20 of which were food, and it was a time of year downtown merchants would bring in brisk business, advertising volunteer Stuart Sheuerman said.

The decision to shutter does not preclude another organization from taking over the event’s reins. A variety of factors— such as a shrinking space allotment and poor traffic control in recent years— contributed to the decision, Sheuerman said, but the 2011 city passage of event fees was the haymaker. “There were other things, but that (the events fees) was the final nail in the coffin,� Sheuerman said. In June, the City Council passed a resolution requiring organizers to pay a fee for events that require city resources, such as road closures and police patrol. Fees are $400, $600 or $1,200, depending on the total cost to the city

in accommodating the particular event. The fees do not generate net revenue for the city, or totally recoup the city’s costs: they operate as a fractional relief fund. Still, organizers sent in 25 applications during the 30-day grace period to avoid the additional cost. The Arts Festival was not one of them. The Sumner Arts Festival falls into the $1,200 class of events, a spot shared by Sumner’s leg of the Daffodil Parade. The Festival Committee considered a corporate sponsor but decided, even if a benefactor was available and willing, it would not solve space logistics problems. Issues like an occasional car mistakenly wandering into the festival’s roadway created unsafe situations, Sheuerman said. “I think that it’s a shame,� he said. “It’s more

A music duo performs on a stage set up on Main Street during the 2011 Sumner Arts Festival, Aug. 6. File photo by Daniel Nash/To view or buy photos go to www.blscourierherald.com.

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How I learned to stop worrying and love the end times Did you hear? Did you hear? The end is nigh. It’s 2012, don’t you know? Less than a year from now, on Dec. 21, the Mesoamerican Long Count calendar ends. Ends, I tell you! Only 353 more shopping days to accumulate gold or debt, depending on how you think that last day will pan out. What does it Daniel Nash mean? The apocaStaff Writer lypse? A new dawn of spiritual ascension for man? That the Mayans thought they had a few spare centuries of goofing off before organizing another 5,125-year calendar? I think we can safely rule out the world ending; if that were accurate, the date would be Nov. 6, the world promptly imploding under the weight of a collective nervous breakdown following the quadrennial B.S. Olympics. If you think about it, the end times are a sweet caramel dream for debt-racked governments at all levels: countless accounts payable gone in one fell swoop. If Guinness were still around after curtains down, it might issue a record for Most Generous Default Agreement: all debts forgiven in exchange for the complete extinction of humanity. Take that, China! You didn’t think we’d weasel our way out of that one, did you? That’s why we’re red, white and blue, and you’re just red. But if you do believe the end is coming, and you want to do something silly like survive it, here are some tips for preparing yourself over the coming year: tRead Robert A. Heinlein: Because he’s put more

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Washington state Boeing 737 MAX manufacture means economic security The Legislature was called into special session in December just as the gathering storm clouds of bad economic news seemed to be getting worse. Then suddenly during the special session we received great news. Boeing and the Aerospace Machinist Union settled a long standing dispute, and then the announcement that the next generation of Boeing aircraft, the Boeing 737 MAX, will be built here in Washington state. This is great news for all of us, and will be an important part in securing our state’s job and economic future. Both Boeing and the Machinist Union should be congratulated for this historic agreement. For every new job created at the Boeing Company, of which there will be many, at least five additional good paying jobs are created in other private sector companies. Although the long term news is good—and gives us a significant reason for being optimistic about our economic recovery—the Legislature was still faced with a $1.4 billion budget shortfall.

The Plateau and the Valley Below Chris Hurst Rep. 31st District

The number is often listed as $2 billion, but that assumes an extra $600 million ending fund balance. The actual shortfall is $1.4 billion. The governor laid out a proposal for a supplemental budget that came under heavy criticism. But it’s important to note that the governor’s budget proposal is nothing more than that, a proposal. The Legislature writes the budget, not the governor. No amount of complaining can change that fact, nor the Legislature’s responsibility to craft a sustainable budget, that’s our job. Other moderates in the Legislature and I got right to work on trying to find solutions and reforms that would

get the state back on track, and back in the black. During the special session, the Legislature reduced that budget shortfall by $480 million, so over a third of the work is already done when we come back in January. We also made investments to make sure that we will be turning out an educated work force that can fill the new aerospace jobs that are now on the horizon. I’m pleased to see that this initial supplemental budget had strong bipartisan support. Since the Special Session ended, other moderates and I have been working hard on a list of proposals to reform mid- and upperlevel state government agencies and operations. Once we head back to the regular session on Jan. 9, legislators have two choices; they can either watch the process, or roll up their sleeves and get to work. We’re still in the most difficult economic times since the Great Depression. This national and

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OUR CORNER FROM 5 thought into this than I have. t Plant a Wheat Field: Or corn. Whatevs. You think you’ll be able to buy bread in a store if it’s surrounded by a lake of fire? Hopefully, in the valley, there’s still room on the land south of Highway 410. What do you know, the land preservationists hit that one on the nose. t Build a hydroponic farm: Water farming is a time-tested method of yearround agricultural production without land and in limited space. Ancient Egyptians used it; now baby boomers and college students use it (for science!). When it comes to learning how to build a small farm for yourself, the most redeyed person you find is the most expert. t Buy a goat: Let’s face facts. Cow’s milk is tastier. And the deeper up and into the Plateau you are, the more likely you are to be able to accommodate a big, dumb bovine. But a goat is easier to hide from your apartment manager. Plus, you might be tempted to slaughter a cow the first time you miss hamburgers. t Your friend, the lentil: This small, unassuming legume is so protein rich, it seems it was designed for fostering human survival in a dark, cruel world —it just happens that the dark world intended for it was vegetarianism. You would think such a flavorless food would also have the courtesy to be odorless. You’d be wrong. t Build a Pip-Boy: Finally, smartphone technology has brought us the

survival computer of the future, today. Load up your Android or iPhone with GPS, radio tuner and reference book apps, then attach it to a leather bracelet so it’s always with you. Wait, you know how to generate electricity, right? tGrow potatoes, pinch pennies: You know, for batteries. Make sure you don’t eat them when they’re out of juice; just trust me on that one. tStart your own currency: Once the howls of the damned finally shut up for a second, you might notice your neighbors the Jones’s have a pretty keen new lawnmower you fancy. They’re willing to sell, but dollars have lost their value and they keep insisting your velvet Elvis print isn’t a good trade. What to do?! Before you give them the business end of your firewood axe (I meant to trade! Jeez. Barbarians.), have you considered starting your own currency? The trick is to give it a value backing everyone will accept in trade. Some people like gold, but do you know how much bullion will buy a box of Lucky Charms? Neither do I. Get creative. Why not ounces of potable water? If you took my advice on the wheat, you can issue paper scrip entitling the holder to a number of bushels from your next harvest. Heck, even bottle caps will be perfectly guarded against inflation, provided no one makes new soda after 2012. (Brian Beckley says bullets would be the best currency; I say he belongs on a watch list). Pretty soon you’ll be operating the Fed out of your shed! t Make friends with the Amish: Because they’ve put more thought into this than any of us.

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HURST FROM 5 global economic meltdown was unprecedented. It’s a tough job, but moderates in the Legislature also see this as an extraordinary opportunity to reform and permanently alter the way we do business. The package of reform legislation that we will be introducing in January will be very controversial. Many special interests across the political spectrum, who’ve come to see their processes and programs as entitlements, will not easily embrace a lot of the ideas that we will be suggesting. While its time to significantly realign the structure of government, it’s also time for individual citizens to ask themselves hard questions about what our economy and society should look like. If we continue buying products made in China to save a few dollars, we can’t expect there to be manufacturing jobs left here in the US. More and more, citizens are making an effort to buy products made by their fellow Americans, even if it costs a little bit more. If you don’t like the behavior of your financial institution, it’s a free market and you can take your business wherever you like. I recently did a little research and found that my homeowners and auto

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insurance company, which was once based in Washington, had been purchased by a foreign corporation. I went to a local agent in Enumclaw and bought new policies from an insurance company whose headquarters is here in Washington, and although I’m probably not supposed to say exactly which one, suffice to say that it’s really, really local. My point is that although the great recession that began in 2008 was caused by irresponsible and reckless risks being taken by Wall Street investment firms, we as consumers have a lot more control over our financial destiny than it may seem on the surface. Where we choose to buy and how we choose to invest plays a large part in market dynamics and protecting American jobs. Now more than ever, it’s important to shop local and buy local whenever possible. Even if it costs a couple dollars more, products made in America mean American manufacturing jobs. Without a manufacturing base there is no middle class. Just as its time to reform and retool how government works, it’s also a good time to realize that as consumers, where we shop and who we do business with can significantly impact how businesses conduct themselves and provide more jobs in America and in our local communities.

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RATES FROM 1 percent in the new year. In addition, increase to system development charges will also take effect, though those increases will primarily affect developers and home builders. Effective Jan. 1, most residential water users will see an $0.61 increase in their monthly charge and an additional 5 cents per cubic foot (up to 100 cubic feet) consumption charge. The increases bring the totals to $16.69 monthly charge and a consumption charge of $1.16 per hundred cubic feet (CCF) for the first 10 CCF. Rates increase to $2.29 per CCF for use of more than 10 CCF per month

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MIC FROM 1 The impact statement was comprehensive, examining everything from housing and business development, to traffic, to weather conditions and explosion risks. Each category was examined under the light of “No Action� and “Action� alternatives. The “No Action,� which the council selected the first time around in 2010, would leave the Planned Mixed Use Development overlay the same as guided by the DJUZT5PXO$FOUFS1MBO Examination of the effects of taking action found that potential housing in proximity to downtown businesses and transit facilities would be reduced. Traffic would be less than levels if the same area were developed with

the cost to the city of grinder pump maintenance. Sewer volumetric rates will also increase from $2.19 per 100 cubic feet in 2001 to $2.27 in 2012. Sewer charges are capped at 10 CCF per month. Storm water rates will remain the same at $14. Reduced rates are available for senior citizens and the disabled. For a complete look at the rate increase or to see you qualify for for a discount, visit http://www.ci.bonneyla ke.wa.us/section _ government/ departments/executive/finance_utility_billing.shtml#rates. To comment on this story view it online at www.blscourierherald.com. Reach Brian Beckley at bbeckley@courierherald.com or 360-825-2555, ext. 5058

transfer stations accept Christmas trees. For locations, visit www.piercecountywa.org/treecycle. The County composts all collected trees into PREP Compost (Pierce County Recycled Earth Products), a beneficial soil amendment that is popu-

residences. Flooding would become a greater concern due to the greater squarefootage of paved and otherwise impermeable developed land. Notably, under Section 3.4, Explosion Risk and Hazardous Materials, the text reads: “(The parcels base zoning) would continue to apply to the eastern study parcel. The MIC Overlay and the M-1 and M-2 base zones prohibit ‘manufacturing, refining or storage of noxious, volatile, toxic or explosive products as principal use.� The text went on to acknowledge that other uses like heavy machinery manufacture could incidentally involve hazardous or explosive chemicals without being in breach of the law. The chemicals section is relevant to UIF 'MFJTDINBOOT TJUF  BT UIF TPVUIernmost empty property is proposed

lar with home and commercial gardeners. Treecycling also helps save valuable landfill space, and the resulting compost enhances soil quality, saves water, and reduces reliance on chemical fertilizers.

for the Northstar Chemical Plant, which has some vocal opposition in the community due to the potential for ground liquefaction in an earthquake. The environmental impact statement only acknowledged the Northstar proposal briefly, as determination of the viability of a chemical plant was not the purpose of it. However, the alternatives discussed under the applicable sections would suggest the zoning on the site, even if it were rolled into the Industrial Center, would prohibit hazardous chemical storage. To submit your written comment, send it to Planning Manager Ryan Windish. He can be reached by phone at 253-299-5524, fax at 253-299-5539, or ryanw@ci.sumner.wa.us. His office is in the Community Development Department at 1104 Maple St.

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New Buckley youth activities coordinator has big plans By Brenda Sexton Staff Writer

Jenney Smith has been on the job as Buckley’s youth activities coordinator for less than a month and she has put together a foosball table donated by REI and met a number of the teens and tweens who wander through the River Avenue center’s doors daily. In these tough economic times, the 2004 White River High School graduate who grew up in the city, said she is glad the youth center hasn’t had to close those doors. “Keeping the youth center open is really important,� Smith said. But with the city of Buckley’s 2012 budget report outlining a 25 percent cut for the youth center, Smith will spend some of her time trying to

get grants and donations to keep things running smooth. Between 15 and 20 youth stop by the center daily. Smith would like to see those numbers and its programs grow. In addition to its afterschool activities, the center bustles with daily activity. It houses the Village Tutors program, White River Community Outreach, Auburn Youth Resources substance abuse classes and Play-Dayz preschool. The facility is also available for groups to rent. For the new year, the youth center will offer its popular drop-in program from 2:30 to 6:30 p.m. Monday through Friday, dropping Saturday from the schedule. Smith plans to keep kids at the center busy with science experiments, craft proj-

ects, holiday and birthday celebrations, a book club and Friday movie nights. She’s trying to round up a Wii or Xbox donation to satisfy the kids’ request to play Guitar Hero and other video games. Also on her list, if there was interest, would be finding a volunteer to provide music lessons. Smith earned her bachelors degree in social welfare from the University of Washington-Tacoma in 2010 and was working at Enumclaw’s Starbucks and volunteering at the center while searching for a job in the field. She officially started Dec. 13. She replaces Will Foster, who is playing basketball with the NBA D-League Idaho Stampede. Foster in turn filled a vacancy left by Ellen Boyd, who took over the

leadership position as the city’s Recreation Services Director and as the senior center leader after Jennifer Bacon left. Boyd opened the center in 2008. Smith said Buckley’s part-time youth center position is a perfect fit. It dovetails into her job with Starbucks; it lets her draw on the skills she learned during her internship at Remann Hall Juvenile Detention Center and, “it’s close to home,� she said, mentioning the house she purchased down the street. Smith sees mostly middle school-age kids using the facility, and more and more are bringing younger siblings with them. Buckley’s youth center runs on a shoe-string budget, relying heavily on donations. Smith said she is grateful

Jenney Smith has big plans for the Buckley Youth Center now that she’s its activities coordinator. Photo by Brenda Sexton/To view or buy photos go to www. courierherald.com.

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that upsets heat-loving coleus, marigolds and cucumbers, but even a nighttime drop to 45 degrees will send them into a downward spiral. You can plant The cool season crops and Compleat plants that go into containers. Home

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Resolve to knock the heavy, wet snow from the brittle branches of your prized shrubs. Rhododendrons and Japanese maples are most likely to break a limb when tackled by snow.

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Time to bust slime. Tiny baby slugs are hatching this month and feeding on the first shoots of new spring growth.

March Win the weed wars. Cool season weeds like shot weed and oxalis are beginning to flower and if you let them go to seed you’ll have billions of weeds popping up all summer. If your weedy colonies are too thick to pull by hand, smother the young weeds with a mulch now. Lack of sunlight will kill small weeds. For larger weeds use several sheets of

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Don’t forget to fertilize, especially container plants that are grown in quick-draining potting soil. Even if the potting soil has fertilizer included, they still need more food before summer is over.

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hanging baskets. Hire a neighbor to water while you are gone; there really are at least two more months of color from blooming annuals if you remember to keep them well hydrated during dry August.

Resolve that this summer you will host a picnic, garden party or patio dinner. Nothing else gets garden maintenance done like company coming. Just edging the lawn, cleaning the pathways and weeding the beds is enough to turn any homeowner into a proud gardener.

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Make a list of improvements you want to make in the garden. Check it twice. It’s nice to start the New Year without any naughty gardening habits.

2012 should be the summer you don’t desert your garden when you vacation. Home alone can be murder on potted plants, especially

ttt Marianne Binetti has a degree in horticulture from Washington State University and is the author of “Easy Answers for Great Gardens” and several other books. For book requests or answers to gardening questions, write to her at: P.O. Box 872, Enumclaw, 98022.

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Sumner Council Workshop Come listen to the City Council discuss issues coming down the pike. 6 p.m., 1104 Maple St.

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Computers for Beginners Basic computing: identifying computer parts, basic computer terminology and navigation. Bonney Lake Library 2 p.m., registration required.

Bonney Lake Council Meeting Participate in the democratic process. Watch the Council vote. Speak out on the issues important to you in Public Comment. 7 p.m., 9002 Main St. E.

Join your child (up to 24 months) in reading, rhyming and song. Bonney Lake Library, 10 a.m., Sumner Library, 10:30 a.m.

Don’t forget the needy Consider volunteering for your local food bank. Help hand out supplies, donate, or set up a food drive.

Recreational Zumba The Sumner and Bonney Lake Parks and Recreation Department hosts Zumba in Lakeridge Middle School’s Gym B, 8:30 p.m.

Read to a Dog Sumner Library invites beginning readers to practice their burgeoning skills with a furry pal. Dogs used are therapy animals. 4 p.m. Toddler Time Join your 2-3 year old child in enjoying picture books, songs, fingerplays and movement games. Bonney Lake Library, 11:30 a.m.

Tea Tasting Tea Madame Ladonna Olmstead leads a tasting at the Sumner Library while teaching the history, storage, purchase and folklore. 12 p.m. Registration req’d. Family Caregiving Join this open discussion on caregiving for family members, presented by Pierce County Community Connections. Sumner Library, 10:30 a.m.

Liga Latina Mens games held on the Sunset Chev stadium fields all day, 9 a.m. to 6 p.m.

The Lord’s day Check out our church directory on page 8 to find the house of worship that is right for you.


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Incoming Bonney Lake councilmember Katrina Minton accets a trophy from Sumner Associate Engineer Ted Hill following a city-versus-city bowling tournament Dec. 17. The event was planned after a softball game scheduled between the two cities was rained out earlier this year and was esigned to raise money and awareness to support the Sumner/Bonney Lake Relay for Life. More than 40 employees and family members particpated. The City of Bonney Lake won by two pins. In 2010, Sumner hadnily defeated Bonney Lake in the first softball game.

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Learn more about why Cascade’s Lake Tapps Reservoir Property Management Policy ensures a safe lake for all. Cascade is developing a formal policy regarding the use of its property by third parties around the Reservoir. We invite you to join us for a community Open House next week to learn more about the policy, why it’s important to ensure a safe lake for all, and what you need to do if you have a construction or improvement project on Cascade’s Lake Tapps Reservoir property. Participants can ask questions of staff as well as get information regarding applicable jurisdictional permits. In short, the policy states any new improvements or modifications on Cascade property will require a license from Cascade, as well as the appropriate permits from state and local jurisdictions as required. Existing structures or facilities on Cascade property may be “grandfathered� if Cascade determines that they do not pose an adverse impact on the operations of the Reservoir, or pose a danger to public health or safety. Cascade’s goal is to keep the property free of obstructions and unauthorized structures to ensure that dike integrity, water quality and public safety are not compromised.

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Washington Master Hunter Permit program now open The Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife will accept enrollment applications for its Master Hunter Permit program through Feb. 15. WDFW enlists master hunters for controlled hunts to remove problem animals that damage property or threaten public safety. Master hunters also participate in volunteer projects involving access to private lands, habitat enhancement and landowner relations. To qualify for the program, applicants must demonstrate a high level of hunting skill and demonstrate a commitment to lawful and ethical hunting practices, said Sgt. Carl Klein, manager of the WDFW Hunter Education Division. “This program was designed to create a pool of highly qualified hunters who can help the department manage wildlife in sensitive situations,� Klein said. “This is a great opportunity for conscientious, committed hunters to assume a leadership role among their peers.� Hunters enrolling in the program must pay a nonrefundable $50 application fee, pass a criminal background check, pass a written exam and meet other qualifications described on the Master Hunter website, http://wdfw.wa.gov/hunting/masterhunter/. The application form is also available on that website. Klein encourages hunters who enroll in the program to prepare thoroughly for the written test, because applicants are allowed only one chance to re-take the exam. Those who successfully complete the enrollment process will receive a master hunter patch and identification card, and will be eligible to participate in depredation hunts.

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The Bonney Lake boys basketball squad evened up its overall record at 5-5, with a pair of close nonleague road victories last week over first Stadium 48-46 then against Fife in a double overtime cliffhanger 61-58, in preparation for last night’s initial SPSL 3A outing of the season at the Panther Den, against Auburn Mountainview. In the recent tilt versus Stadium, Bonney Lake zipped out to a 42-35 advantage after three periods and then held on to claim a nail biter, in which Mikey Berger and Mike Gould combined

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The Sumner boys basketball squad was busy during the holidays stealing victories from their opponents left and right, pushing their overall mark to 9-1 by beating Class 3A squads and winning the Pepsi Chelan Shootout Tournament Dec. 28 and 29. Sumner began its season of giving by taking away a win from its Class 3A neighbor Bonney Lake 63-42, then five days later crushed the Lions of Auburn Mountainview before a Showare Center crowd 56-45. These triumphs earned Sumner a ranking in the state’s top five 2A cage

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to put up 25 crucial points against the always tough Tigers. Meanwhile in the wild affair with Fife a few days later, roundball fans were treated to a holiday hoop marathon that featured two bonus frames. The visiting Panthers were able to rely on extremely balanced scoring as Kaleb Zahnow, Derek Lund and Gould all tallied eight points, while Cassidy Gifford and Keenan Jackson were able to notch 23 points between them. While the results of the Panther’s SPSL 3A lid lifter with the Lions arrived to late to include here, the black and teal will participate in its second league meeting of the campaign, this Friday evening at Decatur High beginning at 7 p.m. To comment on this story, view it on-line at www.courierherald.com. Reach John Leggett at jleggett@courierherald.com or 360 825-2555 ext. 5054.

squads and a week later the Spartan ballers were proving that the ranking was no fluke, as they went on a little excursion eastward and dominated in a roundball rendezvous there, throttling Chelan High School 59-34 and then dismantling Lake Roosevelt 56-43 to capture the tourney crown. Against Chelan, Sumner’s Zeb Glissmeyer, Tyler Salisbury and Joey Kendall scored a dozen points each. Against Lake Roosevelt, while Glissmeyer was tying up the opponent’s future Division One center, teammate Dan DeVries scored a game-high 24 points. Sumner took its show on the road Tuesday night, returning to South Puget Sound League 2A action by traveling to Clover Park High to tip-off against the No. 1 2A contingent in the state in the 9-1 Warriors. The results of that contest arrived too late to include here, but look online for the score. If Sumner managed topple CPHS, the Spartans would then be the frontrunner in the SPSL 2A with an untarnished 5-0 accounting. 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 and Bonney Lake had strong matches at the All SPSL Tournament in Auburn Thursday. Clockwise from top left: Sumner’s AJ Atoigue brings his opponent to his shoulderblades, earning a decisive win; Bonney Lake’s Matt Yuste gives his new friend a shoulder to cry on moments before slamming him to the ground; Bonney Lake’s Jordan Schultz earns a well-deserved raise after his six minutes of domination. Photo by John Leggett

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Food Bank Executive Director Stew Bowen collected 646 items and $1,375 in cash and checks from Bonney Lake City Hall this past month. The giving was spurred on by former councilmember Laurie Carter who challenged city staff and the counil to match her level of holiday giving by promising to donate $0.25 cents for every can of food collected, up to $100. Mayor Neil Johnson and Councilmembers Donn Lewis and Jim Rackley, as well as an unnamed department head, also agreed to match her donation. Though the holiday season is behind us, the Food Bank is always in need of donations. For information or to schedule an appointment, call 253-863-4043. Photo courtesy Debbie McDonald

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The Cascade Water Alliance Dec. 30 issued its draft Transmission and Supply Plan (TSP) which fulfills Cascade’s responsibility to submit a water system plan to the state. In addition, the plan supplements information on regional water supply provided by each of its members in their respective water system plans. The plan describes Cascade’s current water supplies and operations and also its future plans for development of additional water supplies. Cascade is a public, non-profit corporation comprised of eight member cities and special districts within King County. This includes the cities of Bellevue, Issaquah, Kirk land, Redmond and Tukwila and the Covington Water District, the Sammamish Plateau Water and Sewer District and the Skyway Water and Sewer District. It serves about 400,000 residents and more than 22,000 businesses. As outlined in the TSP, Cascade currently contracts with the Seattle Public Utilities (SPU) for

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Cushman earns Principal honors By Brenda Sexton Staff Writer

Quick on the heels of Foothills Elementary School earning its second straight recognition as a Washington State School of Distinction, Principal Mark Cushman has been named Pierce Region Elementary Principals Association Principal of the Year. Chuck Eychaner from the Sumner School District and president of the association presented the award, along with a cordless drill as a gift, to Cushman during the White River School Board’s Dec. 14 meeting. “I couldn’t be more thrilled that Mark Cushman is the distinguished Principal for this Year,� Eychaner said. He added the award is a tribute to the deep and professional commitment Cushman has for his school and district. “I am fortunate to be surrounded by an incredible team at both the building and district level,� Cushman said, looking around the room packed with Foothills staff as he thanked them. “This award represents your work as well,� he said. “I am a very fortunate and blessed man,� Cushman

said. “I am surrounded by amazing people and when you let them do what they do best they do amazing things, and that’s what they do at Foothills.� The Foothills staff in turn listed 10 things that make Cushman a great leader, including, to the chuckles of those who aligned with him – he’s a Husky. More seriously, it was noted, Cushman respects the staff; has a sense of humor; knows the kids by name and their parents; has an open-door policy; is visible at the school, including helping in the kitchen; puts students first; honors the staff’s time; and treats the staff as professionals. Finally, it was noted, he whistles, so staff members know when he’s coming or can detect his mood. Deputy Superintendent Janel Keating called Cushman a veteran, supportive member of the school district leadership team and thanked his family, which also packed into the room, for their role in his success as well. “Everything Mark does for the White River School District, his family is part of and we want to thank them for that,� Keating said.

  

      

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Staying warm Even nature’s furriest creatures need to retreat from winter’s harsh bite. This pup got dressed in her Sunday best before relaxing in front of the roaring fire. Photo courtesy Robert Beckman

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Decorating the house in bright lights is one of many opportunities for family togetherness in the run-up to Christmas. In this photo, Big Sister shows her appreciation for her little brother with a kiss, during a rest from unspooling lights. The ball of lights between them lends the picture a quality of glowing inner warmth. Photo courtesy Brienna McWade

There’s nothing quite like a young child’s unbridled joy at seeing jolly old Saint Nick in person. The boy pictured presses against the window to try for a closer look at the Head Elf. Photo courtesy Roger Young.

Ready for liftoff This magic reindeer’s mug was supposedly snagged before Christmas but, judging from Comet’s face, he looks like as if he’s already pulled a globe-spanning all-nighter. Photo courtesy Jim Grasley

Lady in blue This young lady was captured on camera during a visit to Bellevue Square’s Christmas Parade. The girl, a marcher in the festivities, flashed a smile almost too warm for her snowflake royalty themed outfit. Photo courtesy Jim Grasley


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