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INSIDE: Not in our house, Sports, A8
Accused killer gets new lawyer
Bogota’s best foot forward
BY BRIAN KELLY South Whidbey Record
At top, Nicolas Ortiz and Juanita Suarez Gonzalez smile during a big finish to a salsa dance demonstration during a performance Thursday night by a group of students visiting from Bogota, Colombia. Students from the Gimnasio Fontana school have been visiting South Whidbey in a trip sponsored by the high school’s Spanish program, led by teacher Jennifer Gochanour. At right, Carlos Rojas and Ana Maria Theran participate in a Cumbia dance during the Gimnasio Fontana show, which included storytelling, music and other tastes of the culture of Colombia. Brian Kelly / The Record
COUPEVILLE — The former fugitive accused of gunning down a Langley man more than eight years ago asked a Superior Court judge for a new lawyer during a short hearing Friday. James “Jim” Huden has been charged with firstdegree murder in the death of Russel Douglas, a former Whidbey Island resident who was found shot dead in a wooded area south of Freeland at Christmastime 2003. Police arrested Huden as the gunman in the crime last year in Mexico, where Huden had been hiding out for more than six years under a fake name. In Island County Superior Court late this week, Peter Simpson, Huden’s courtappointed attorney, asked to have himself removed from the case so Oak Harbor attorney Matthew Montoya could take over. Superior Court Judge Vickie Churchill agreed to the switch, which was then immediately followed by a request from Montoya to have the trial pushed back to the fall.
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James “Jim” Huden walks into a Coupeville courtroom for his brief hearing Friday. Prosecutor Greg Banks, however, expressed concern. “Boy, your honor, we’ve been working on the assumption we’ll have a March 13 trial. Those dates work for us,” Banks said. Churchill was initially reluctant to move the trial back so far, given that Montoya had not yet reviewed the case file. But Montoya said he knew the case materials were extensive. He also said Huden had agreed to give up his right to a speedy trial. Churchill then agreed to the postponement. Huden’s trial will be pushed back nearly eight SEE LAWYER, A6
South Whidbey worried that state Supreme Court decision won’t help schools BY BEN WATANABE South Whidbey Record
The Washington State Supreme Court ruled today that the state is failing its duty to properly fund basic education. The court, however, failed to say how the Legislature should fix the problem, and that’s left leaders with South Whidbey School District in a wait-and-see mode. “It’s good news, there’s just no definition as to what that ‘good news’ means,” said South Whidbey School District Superintendent Jo Moccia. “It’s good news that we’re actually going to follow through on the decision to fund schools. We’re sup-
posed to be fully funded by 2018; it’ll be a nice change. “I don’t know how the state’s going to meet its obligation, but I’m looking forward to them trying,” she said. After almost two years, the court decided in favor of two families that challenged the state’s support of kindergarten through 12th-grade education. The state Constitution says the state has a “paramount” duty to provide an education to children, but school officials, elected leaders and others have long alleged that Washington state was short-changing students and their families. The debate over state support of
schools is more than academic on South Whidbey. For six years, South Whidbey School District has made staff and faculty cuts in response to declining enrollment and falling state funding. Thursday’s decision, however, didn’t appear to be a light at the end of the tunnel for local officials. “I’m just not that optimistic that we’re going to see anything in the short term,” said School Board Chairman Steve Scoles. “We’re not holding our breath for more funding, we’re bracing for more cuts.” The ruling gives a target year of 2018 for education to be adequately funded. What happens until then is
still a mystery, officials said. “I don’t know how it’s going to affect South Whidbey, because we don’t know what it’s going to mean in terms of dollars,” Moccia said. “2018 is a long time away. The indication is that it has to be fully funded by that time. It’s better than the alternative, which is not upholding it.” “I’m not speculating at all in terms of what dollars we’re going to get,” she added. “There’s always the hope that we’re going to get more than we got in the current year.” Scoles was also doubtful that the impact would be immediate, adding that the state is relying more
on local money to make up for the shortfalls that have stemmed from the state’s ongoing budget woes. “In the meantime, we’re going backwards,” Scoles said. “Over the past year or so, the Legislature has allowed our local funding to go from 24 percent to 28 percent, which is our maintenance and operations levy. They’re basically shifting more responsibility to the local taxpayers.” Gov. Christine Gregoire proposed two ideas to fund education that have gained some traction within South Whidbey’s SEE DECISION, A2
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The HUB will soon open its doors again to South Whidbey kids. After the gathering place for young people closed in August, a group of South End community members met to brainstorm ways to bring back the after-school hangout spot in Langley. As many as 20 people gathered to share their ideas and concerns about reviving the program, and eight took central roles with the South Whidbey Youth Coalition in reopening the HUB on Wednesdays, starting Jan. 11. â€œThis small handful of people said, â€˜Well, letâ€™s get it going now,â€™â€? said organizer Larry Fox. â€œThatâ€™s all we can afford to do right now â€” is to get it open temporarily one day a week.â€? With about $1,200 in an account for the HUB, Fox (who has handled accounting duties) estimated the youth center can stay open for about eight weeks. The HUB will be open
from 2:30 to 5:30 p.m. Wednesdays. Most of the money goes toward the two staff members, former HUB employees Frankie Petitclerc and Erick Westphal. â€œNinety percent of the costs are for staff,â€? Fox said. â€œThere will be two adults present for the entire threehour span.â€? â€œI think weâ€™re really fortunate that we have those two people, who already have experience supervising the program and who are known to the kids already,â€? he added. The program was run by South Whidbey Youth Connection for 22 years. Federal funding cuts forced the nonprofit to end one program after another, until the HUB was all that remained, and then the HUB had to be closed, too. In the six months prior to the HUBâ€™s ending, South Whidbey Youth Connection had lost $160,000 in funding from federal, state and private sources. Fundraising is still a priority to the coalition,
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educational leadership. One solution was to increase the sales tax by a half-cent. The other was to reduce the school year by one week (five school days). Other possible alterations to whatâ€™s defined as â€œbasic educationâ€? are also on the table. â€œThereâ€™s still a variety of things that can happen to change the definition of basic education,â€? Moccia explained. â€œWill it stay 180 days? Will it stay 19 credits?â€? The Washington State Supreme Court decision on the case, McCleary v. State, was highly anticipated. Originally filed in 2007 by a group of Washington teachers, school districts and parents in King County Superior Court, the trial judge ruled in February 2010 that the state had not provided adequate funding for basic education. The trial judge also directed the Legislature to commission a study to evaluate the cost of providing basic education to students, which the Supreme Court rejected. The Supreme Court acknowledged that it had last reviewed a legal challenge to the stateâ€™s funding of schools more than 30 years ago in a lawsuit involving the Seattle School District, and that earlier decision was crucial to the courtâ€™s view that it must retain a role in the case as the Legislature determines how it will fund basic education. Public education is still underfunded, despite decades of studies, reforms and the infusion of increased funding from local and federal sources.
tions for said member food, time Terri Arnold, and supwho is also Donations to help the port. director of HUB expand its hours â€œWhatâ€™s the South can be made to the HUB happening Whidbey at LUMC and mailed to now is a Parks PO Box 374, Langley, WA temporary & Recreation 98260. effort,â€? Fox District. said. â€œWe donâ€™t Leaders from the youth have a reliable source of coalition said parents, funding,â€? she said. grandparents and guardLocated in the baseians are invited to meet the ment of Langley United staff and see the reopened Methodist Church, the HUB during its operating church kept the HUBâ€™s hours Wednesday, Jan. 11. equipment. Pool tables, An open house is also being table tennis tables, a planned. Nintendo Wii, a large TV, Those interested in guitars, dishes, silverware, supporting the HUB pots and pans are all there or the South Whidbey for the HUBâ€™s use. The Youth Coalition can email Langley church is also the Petitclerc at frankiepet@ financial holder, until the gmail.com or call Arnold at HUBâ€™s organizers can raise 221-6488. enough capital to recreContributions to the HUB ate the nonprofit South Whidbey Youth Connection, are tax-deductible, and should be made out to the or something in its place to HUB at LUMC and mailed run the HUB. After that, organizers said to PO Box 374, Langley, WA 98260. ideally they would open the HUB five days per week. Ben Watanabe can be Similar to its previous opera- reached at 221-5300. tions, the youth center will rely on volunteers and dona-
The justices said Washington state â€œhas failed to meet its duty â€Ś by consistently providing school districts with a level of resources that falls short of the actual costs of the basic education program.â€? And though the Supreme Court noted that state lawmakers had recently passed â€œsweeping reforms to remedy the deficiencies in the funding systemâ€? and was making progress, the court would continue to retain jurisdiction to guarantee that progress would continue. â€œWhat we have learned from experience is that this court cannot stand on the sidelines and hope the state meets its constitutional mandate to amply fund education,â€? the decision said. â€œ[Washington State Constitution] Article IX, Section 1 is a mandate, not to a single branch of government, but to the entire state. We will not abdicate our judicial role.â€? Two justices â€” Barbara A. Madsen and James M. Johnson â€” agreed with the decision, but dissented in part. Madsen wrote the ruling was â€œlargely symbolic,â€? and said the judiciary should not retain jurisdiction in the case because the court had not provided benchmarks or defined desired outcomes that could be used to measure
the progress that must be made. â€œWithout clear, identified goals, judicial supervision will be unhelpful, can assure no compliance, and, at worst, will be obstructive,â€? Madsen wrote. Instead, the court should use â€œjudicial restraintâ€? and allow the Legislature to do its job without reporting â€œto the judiciary at every step,â€? she wrote. In a statement to the press, State Superintendent of Public Instruction Randy Dorn said the ruling was â€œa clear victory for the students of Washington state.â€? â€œThe ruling confirms what I have been saying for many years: education funding has not been adequate, and further cuts are out of the question,â€? Dorn said. â€œI am also glad that the court will continue to monitor the case and I stand ready to help the Legislature identify the elements of basic education that remain underfunded or inappropriately funded,â€? he added. â€œFinally, I want to thank the court for issuing its ruling before the start of the 2012 Legislature. The court understood that the issue of education funding is too important to Washington state to have waited until the end of another session.â€?
police force adopts change in workdays BY BRIAN KELLY South Whidbey Record
LANGLEY â€” The cityâ€™s police force will be working longer shifts, but fewer days, to make up for its thinned ranks. Langley Police Chief Randy Heston said Wednesday the schedule for officers has been changed to â€œ4-10sâ€?; the setup for four 10-hour workdays, with three days off. Heston told the city council at a special workshop this week about the new arrangement, one that could spell the end to some of the worst workweeks the cityâ€™s police have seen in past months. With the cityâ€™s police force down to a three-man team, one officer recently worked a 21-day stretch without a day off. There is a hitch to the new plan, however. The revised schedule leaves two shifts open each week â€” on Tuesday and Sunday â€” and Heston has had to look to deputy sheriffs from Island County to fill in as reserve officers. A reserve officer has already been scheduled to work Tuesday nights, Heston said, but that wonâ€™t last because of regular changes at the sheriffâ€™s office. â€œTheir schedule changes every 90 days, so we may have to renegotiate that,â€? Heston said. Vacant spots still remain for the other shift, on Sunday evening, in the schedule. Only three shifts in the next few months have been filled. Heston said scheduling is also tight for sheriffâ€™s deputies, so the city may have to pay overtime to its own officers to cover the unfilled shifts. â€œThere are going to be times when I just canâ€™t fill the schedule and one of us is going to have to work an overtime shift,â€? he said. Another issue is competi-
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tion from Coupeville for the use of county deputies to fill in; Coupeville has raised its compensation for reserve officers and pays nearly $7 per hour more than Langley. â€œI canâ€™t compete with them,â€? Heston said. That led some city officials to wonder if Langley should offer higher pay to its reserves. Langley still must decide what to pay officers already serving the city â€” which was the topic for a private executive session late Wednesday between the council and mayor on negotiations with the newly formed police union. A proposed contract is expected to be brought before the council for approval later this year. Regardless, the scheduling change was most welcome, Langley leaders said. â€œWhen I first discovered that we have officers working 21 days in a row, it was unthinkable to me that we would have that,â€? said Mayor Larry Kwarsick. â€œI think the 10-hour shifts gives people â€Ś a lot more flexibility for a personal life,â€? Kwarsick said. City officials will continue to monitor the budget impacts of overtime in the police department in the coming months. Langley has operated with three officers since the retirement of former police chief Bob Herzberg last March. â€œAt the end of the day, I hope we can balance the reserve officer demands against the overtime,â€? Kwarsick said.
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Tim Leonard is home from Harborview Medical Center in Seattle after suffering a serious neck injury during a tragic Christmas Day accident. After undergoing an operation on his neck, he is back on the island and on the mend. Medics helped save his life and now he wants to say, â€œThank you.â€? Leonard was seriously injured while the family was on route to a holiday gathering and a tree fell on his familyâ€™s Ford Explorer while they drove along Bailey Road. The accident took the life of his 9-year-old daughter â€œZippy.â€? Leonard is now back home, and walking around, and he said he has emergency responders to thank for that. â€œThey literally did save my life the way they took care of me,â€? Leonard said Thursday. The freak accident happened just after 12:30 p.m. Christmas Day near Clinton. After a nearly 20-foot section of a fir tree fell onto the familyâ€™s SUV, Leonard said he had got himself out of the vehicle while his wife, Julie Janeshefskie, held Zippy and
he dialed 911. â€œ M y other two daughters were sitting against the fence and I was there sitTim Leonard ting with them. But my neck was hurting and my arms started going numb,â€? he said. The first emergency crew on the scene arrived within three minutes, he said, and he was told later that they were the rookies of the team. â€œIt was kind of a difficult situation and I guess it was pretty hardcore for them. Everybody just took such darn good care of me,â€? he added. Leonard said he doesnâ€™t remember everything at the scene or what happened later, but he said they had their hands around his neck while they carefully got him on a stretcher and transported him to Whidbey General Hospital in Coupeville. Leonard said he was very grateful that they allowed his wife to keep Zippy with
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her while they looked after him. He said he is so thankful for all the EMTs of South Whidbey and appreciated their kindness and caring. The past few months on South Whidbey have been full of tragedy and that must be so hard for them, Leonard said. â€œThey let us keep Zippy with us; my wife got to be with her. They transported me to Harborview and I didnâ€™t get to see Zippy, but she touched a lot of peopleâ€™s lives.â€? he said. â€œShe was such an upbeat and positive person. Sheâ€™s helped me get through all this and I want to honor her by being positive like she was.â€? At Harborview, Leonard underwent surgery for a shattered vertebrae. Two of his vertebrae were then fused together. He is required to wear a Velcro neck brace for an undetermined period of time. â€œI can walk and everything,â€?
Leonard said, â€œBut I canâ€™t lift anything for two weeks and then after six weeks no more than 10 pounds.â€? After that heâ€™ll be reexamined and will be given another determination on his condition. He is not allowed to drive, and even riding in vehicles here and there, he said, wears him out. In addition to the excellent care he received from the first responders and the Harborview healthcare team, Leonard said that he and Janeshefskie were overwhelmed by the outpouring of love and support. â€œAll I can say is I could feel all the help from people, between those who visited me and those who were across the water. I was amazed by that kind of power and how effective it was emotionally, physically and spiritually â€” knowing people are backing us up in all ways,â€? he said. â€œI remember everyone
who held my hand in the hospital. I may not have recognized them, but every touch amazingly helped me.â€? Leonard said he is thankful that he has medical insurance and that he belongs to the sheet metal workers union. But heâ€™ll be out of work for at least three months, as will Janeshefskie for a temporary leave of absence, and they are extremely grateful for the funds that have been donated by the community. Whidbey Island Bank has set up the Tim Leonard Family Fund,
in which donations are being collected to assist the family. Leonard said that Greenbank furniture maker Rob Hetler made the box in which Zippyâ€™s body was laid for viewing and blacksmith artist Jeff Holtby has made what Leonard described as a beautiful forged steel-and-bronze urn into which his daughterâ€™s ashes will be placed at the Langley-Woodmen Cemetery. A private celebration of life for Tobiah â€œZippyâ€? Leonard will take place in Langley Saturday.
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progress and triumphs of the school from 2:45 to 3:45 p.m. Wednesday, Jan. 11. Following the site visit, the board will have a workshop meeting at 6:30 p.m. to discuss school improvement plans and the district’s technology integration into classrooms. The board will meet at the board room at the South Whidbey Primary Campus.
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speaker will address the state of the Navy base and give an update. The public is welcome and reservations are required; call 579-4062 or 321-5420 to reserve a place.
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5IJTJTOPUGSFFSBOHFDPVOUSZ To the editor: Joyce McArthurâ€™s letter in the Dec. 31 Record ignores some pertinent facts. This is NOT range country, all domestic livestock must be in a secured pasture to avoid becoming a road hazard. Why were the alpacas loose? Inadequate fencing, negligence or other reasons not explained? Traffic control by the fire department in emergencies â€” fires, road accidents, etc. â€” is performed by volunteers who leave their employment to perform their duties, thus losing income. Expecting the sheriffâ€™s department to respond for traffic control is asinine when we have far too few deputies at the best of times. Had the deputy arrived on the scene, depending on regulations, Ms. McArthur might have received a citation for allowing animals to stray. Be thankful others helped you and stop complaining! Or is it an excuse for your own carelessness? The writer has been around livestock for 70 years and made sure his fences were kept up. ROBERT TURNER Clinton
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)FMQTVQQPSUBO0MZNQJDESFBN To the editor: About eight years ago, a young female athlete was introduced to the hammer throw event by her high school track coach. It wasnâ€™t an event offered to her in high school, but her coach thought she would be good at it. Just two years later, she received a scholarship to Georgia Tech where she earned All-American honors in her sport. Currently she is training for the 2012 Olympic Trials. Itâ€™s inspiring to hear of young people working hard to achieve their dreams; the fact that this young woman is local and a South Whidbey High School graduate (2005) is even more inspirational. Kimery Hern is doing everything she can to pursue her dream of competing in the Olympics in the hammer throw. She is so committed to her regimen that she is uprooting her life for six months to follow her coach to Alabama so she can continue her training program up until the trials in June. She needs her communityâ€™s support
welcomes letters from its readers. Send to bkelly@ whidbeynewsgroup.com. â€” emotionally and financially â€” to proceed with this commitment. Times are tough for many people. Whatever you can give to Kimery â€” a card of encouragement or a tax-deductible donation to her travel and training fund â€” I know she would appreciate it. Not knowing Kimery very well, I spoke with her a few weeks ago about her dreams and about her needs. She is humble, grounded and hesitant to ask for resources. Yet she is also determined to follow her dream, even though she doesnâ€™t know just yet how she will do it financially. She is sincerely appreciative of even the smallest dollar donation. If you ever wanted to support a young person who is dedicated to her passion, this is your opportunity. You can make a donation online at www.evergreenathletic.org/donate or by mail to Evergreen Athletic Fund, 4230 137th Ave. NE, Bellevue, WA 98005.
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,SBGUXJMMCFBOIPOFTUPGGJDJBM To the editor: Did you know that Diking District No. 1 Commissioner Ray Gabelein tried to tax all residents in Diking District 1 to pay for the pump project to de-water the wetlands? This is an inconvenient truth that Ray doesnâ€™t want you to know. In 2007, Diking District 1 passed and Ray Gabelein signed Resolution 2007-4. It was submitted to the country to collect $300,000 from all parties in the district. Island County refused to send out this requested tax as it was considered illegal (the residents were never notified and no public hearings held). So Diking District 1 then decided to tax only the â€œbenefittedâ€? residents. Island County sent out the tax bills despite knowing that the
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â€œbenefittedâ€? residents were never notified or public hearings held. A former Island County commissioner has told me that he personally told Mr. Gabelein that as a public official he was legally obligated to notify the residents about the pump and its costs. Since Ray Gabelein failed to provide notification and hold hearings, I can only conclude that he knowingly violated the law. Judge Vickie Churchill has recently ruled that Diking District 1 had in fact acted illegally. Several months ago I requested that Diking District 1 provide me copies of Resolutions 2007-1, 2007-2 and 2007-3 as well as the minutes of the 2007 meetings. I was told that all these records are missing despite a legal obligation to maintain them. Furthermore, Mr. Gabelein and Commissioner Steve Arnold cannot remember anything about the missing resolutions. These commissioners appear to be simultaneously suffering from selective memory deficit disorder. Can you spell coverup? If you would like greater honesty, integrity and transparency in Diking District 1, vote for Tom Kraft. Whidbey Island deserves better. JOHN SHEPARD Clinton
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months, to Oct. 2. Itâ€™s expected to take 10 days. Authorities have not yet given a detailed motive for the Douglas murder. Peggy Sue Thomas, Hudenâ€™s former mistress, has been charged with first-degree murder as an accomplice in the killing. Police said Thomas, who worked with the murdered manâ€™s estranged wife at her Langley hair salon, helped lure Douglas to the scene of his death with the
really say promise of anything.â€? a Christmas Banks said gift for his â€œWe were ready.â€? later he was wife. Greg Banks prepared Douglasâ€™s *TMBOE$PVOUZ1SPTFDVUPS for a March wife, Brenna, trial. has been â€œWe were investigated ready,â€? he said. as a third suspect in the Now, the murder trial for killing but has not been Thomas will be held first. charged. Banks said that The trial for Thomas is whoever went to trial first set to start May 1. â€” Thomas or Huden After the hearing, â€” made no difference. Montoya declined to disâ€œI donâ€™t think it really cuss the reasons for the matters,â€? Banks said. change in attorneys. â€œWeâ€™re going to end up tryâ€œI have to talk to my ing much of the same case client about that first,â€? he twice.â€? said. â€œAt this point I canâ€™t
Sheriffâ€™s Report TUESDAY, DEC. 20 8:26 p.m. â€” A possible DUI driver in a white Ford pickup was reported on Highway 525 near Wonn Road.
WEDNESDAY, DEC. 21 7:42 a.m. â€” A chain was cut at the timber farm on Surface Road. 9:24 a.m. â€” A dead coyote was in front of a residentâ€™s driveway on Old Henry Lane. 9:49 a.m. â€” Garbage was littered on the beach at the scene of a possible party on Evening Glory Court. 10:49 a.m. â€” A strongarm robbery was reported on Kolia Place. The caller said the man was still inside her house.
12:01 p.m. â€” A woman said her landlord on Holst Road made her electrical box catch on fire. The fire was out, but the caller wanted to make a report of the damages. 1:48 p.m. â€” A woman said someone keeps calling her house and hanging up. 1:57 p.m. â€” A customer tried to pay with a counterfeit $20 bill at the Puget Sound Energy office in Freeland. 1:59 p.m. â€” A caller reported finding an envelope with $100 in it near Ace Hardware in Freeland. 3 p.m. â€” A home was burglarized on Campbell Road sometime after 9 a.m. and a computer and other items were missing. 3:08 p.m. â€” A caller
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on Goodell Road said an older yellow truck, possibly a Datsun, had pulled into the manâ€™s driveway near an open garage door. The driver quickly left when the resident approached. 4:15 p.m. â€” A woman said a man was trespassing on her property on Sills Road. 7:51 p.m. â€” A car prowl was reported in the 11000 block of Highway 525.
THURSDAY, DEC. 22 3:35 a.m. â€” Stop signs were knocked down near Humphrey and Berg roads. 8:07 a.m. â€” A man said he hit a mailbox but wasnâ€™t certain where. He reported he was waiting in his Jaguar in the parking lot at Gay 90s.
SATURDAY, DEC. 24 12:25 a.m. â€” A woman said she got a frantic phone call from a friend, who asked her to call 911 because her boyfriend was throwing her around the house. 1:26 a.m. â€” A man on Myra Place said a man barged into his house and was trying to pick a fight. 1:40 a.m. â€” A caller reported a suspicious vehicle that was parked near the high school and said the windows were all fogged up. 9:20 a.m. â€” A resident found mail that appeared to be stolen on Mapleglen Road.
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Guest speaker Chris Nelson will give the talk â€œNew Yearâ€™s Revelationsâ€? at the Unity of Whidbey service on Sunday. Itâ€™s a new year and many make resolutions to force a change. Some then resist the resolution and promptly give up or forget it. This year, Nelson will suggest a new approach; taking time to gently reveal what is our highest good and what really needs to be released, to change, to be forgiven or to be learned, then with this clarity make small steps in this new direction. There will be a Burning Bowl ceremony to quickly release the old and create space for the new. Special guest Kathy Baxter will bring her â€œchoirâ€? of crystal singing bowls to add a deeper dimension to the ceremony and Tadd CharetteNunn will provide the music. Donna
Vanderheiden will be the platform assistant. All are welcome. The service is at 10 a.m. Sunday at Unityâ€™s church at 5671 Crawford Road. Visit Unity of Whidbeyâ€™s website at www.unityof whidbeyisland.org for more information.
â€˜Winter Reflectionsâ€™ is topic at UUCWI Here on Whidbey we experience a wide variety of winter weather with attendant challenges. At the Unitarian Universalist Congregation of Whidbey Island service on Sunday, Rev. Kit Ketcham will consider both the difficulties and gifts of the season, including a chance to rest and reflect on our lives and to gather strength for the year ahead. All are welcome. Values-based childrenâ€™s religious exploration classes and childcare will be provided. The service is at 10 a.m. located at 20103 Highway 525, just north of Freeland. Check
hell? Why are Christians such hypocrites? Information on the Langley CMA Church worship schedule, audio messages and upcoming activities can be found at www.langleycma.org, or call 221-6980. The church is located at Sixth and Cascade streets in Langley.
Ephesians 4:22-24. Sunday worship is from 10 to 11 a.m. and is preceded by an adult learning forum at 9 with Stan Walker leading a study in the Book of Second Corinthians, and Rick Zapata leading a study in the Book of Genesis: the lives of the patriarchs. SWCC is a local independent, non-denominational church that welcomes everyone and gathers for worship at the Deer Lagoon Grange, 5142 Bayview Road. For further information about the church and services, call 221-1220.
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Sacrament service for Christian Scientists Twice a year, Christian Scientists conduct a sacrament service, and this Sunday, Jan. 8, will be the first Sacrament for 2012: â€œWhat shall I render unto the Lord for all his benefits toward me? I will take the cup of salvation, and call upon the name of the Lord,â€? (Psalms 116: 12, 13). Everyone is welcome at this healing and prayerful service beginning at 10:30 a.m. located at 15910 Highway 525, just north of Bayview and across from Useless Bay Road.
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â€˜Problemsâ€™ series starts at Langley CMA A new sermon series, â€œProblems,â€? starts this Sunday, Jan. 8 at Langley CMA Church. In this sermon series, Pastor Dwight Ford will raise to the surface questions that may have gone on the â€œback burnerâ€? for some, or questions others might have been afraid to ask: Why does God allow suffering? Isnâ€™t the Bible just a collection of myths? How could a loving God send people to
Bible camp leader to speak at SWCC South Whidbey Community Church is pleased to welcome Ed Hooke to the pulpit tomorrow morning at the 10 a.m. worship. Hooke is executive director for Lakeside Bible Camp and his sermon topic is, â€œBeing Made New,â€? based on
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On the second Wednesday of each month, the Unitarian Universalist Congregation of Whidbey Island holds a quiet, contemplative candlelight evening service. In this first month of a new year, the theme will be â€œHope.â€? Accompanied by harp music, this is a time of peaceful reflection. The prelude begins at 7:25 p.m.
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Larry M. Lodell Larry M. Lodell, beloved husband, father, grandfather and friend passed away peacefully on Thursday December 29th at home in Freeland with family and love at his side. Larry was 72 years old and had fought a courageous battle with cancer. He will be missed by so many; Larry Lodell especially by family. At his request, Larry will that time, his ashes will be be cremated and a family spread at Bush Point. A more complete obitugathering and memorial will be held in early summer. At ary will follow.
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LANGLEY — South Whidbey was too big and too fast for Coupeville, and the Falcon coaches knew it. The Falcons (1-4 Cascade Conference, 4-7 overall) passed to senior Zach Comfort early and often to beat the Wolves boys basketball team 68-38 earlier this week. South Whidbey surged in the second quarter with a 19-point lead that buried a winless Coupeville squad. “When I scouted them, I knew their biggest guy was like 6-foot-1,” said Falcon assistant coach Ed Baran. “Our game plan right from the get-go was to get the first four plays into Zach.” For one quarter, the game was close. Both teams started the island rivalry with turnovers. The Falcons recovered
from one error when senior point guard Sam Lee stole the inbounds pass, which led to a Comfort layup. They repeated that two more times: sophomore Nick French stole the inbounds and passed to Comfort for a layup, and junior Taylor Simmons stole the ball and passed to French for an easy field goal. “My pregame talk had nothing to do with Coupeville,” said Falcon head coach Henry Pope. “My pregame talk was us going out there and playing team basketball on both ends of the court.” South Whidbey led 10-6 at the end of the quarter, limited by turnovers. Then the Falcons flew by the Wolves. Within less than a minute and a half, South Whidbey had a 10-point lead on a 10-point run, 16-6. In that stretch, Comfort had
two putback layups, both off his own misses. He struggled to finish near-certain, close-range shots. “The biggest problem with those missed shots is he wasn’t utilizing the backboard, especially when he’s getting bumped every time he shoots,” Pope said. “Zach is the kind of kid where he’s so much taller than everybody, referees kind of feel sorry for the guy that guards him.” The Falcons extended their lead on a 13-6 stretch to close the opening half. Junior Mitchell Hughes was instrumental in the point swing. He finished with 12 points, a season high. The starting guard caught a pinpoint half-court pass in transition from junior reserve point guard Guy Sparkman (while he was in the air) for an uncontested layup. Later, Hughes deflected
a pass near the three-point line, dove for the ball and in the air threw it behind his back to Lee. “Mitch did a good job diving for loose balls,” Pope said. By the halftime break, Coupeville trailed 33-14. Coupeville’s problems continued in the third quarter. The Falcons’ full-court pressure created turnovers and easy points, as they streaked to a 48-22 lead. Comfort controlled the basket, forcing the Wolves to shoot from the perimeter where they struggled, scoring three-of-11 three-pointers (27 percent). When they tried to drive, they met all 6-foot-8 of Comfort, leading to six blocks and 14 rebounds — he was seven inches taller than the tallest Coupeville player. “I thought we played well defensively,” Baran said. “We were denying passes on the wings. We got some good steals. We played aggressive, defensive-wise.” South Whidbey pushed its lead to 30 points early in the
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its 30-point victory, 68-38. That included the Falcons’ only three-point basket by Hanson. “We didn’t want to take a shot outside of 15 feet,” Pope said. For the Falcons, the blowout victory was a good way to put the memory of last year’s buzzer-beater home loss to Coupeville further behind them. “I just couldn’t believe we lost last year. I guess it’s kind of redemption for us,” Hughes said. “I didn’t get to play in that game, but watching it was just terrible.” It was also critical for the Falcons to get past an embarrassing 64-18 loss to Lynden in December. “It was very important to just get that out of our mind,” Baran said. “This was our first blowout win of the year.”
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Cedarcrest ends South Whidbey girls hoopsâ€™ perfect conference run BY BEN WATANABE South Whidbey Record
LANGLEY â€” Two days after the Falcons celebrated beating their island-rivals the Coupeville Wolves, the Falcons fell to the Cedarcrest Red Wolves, 52-39. South Whidbey led 24-21 at halftime, before Cedarcrest led the game at the end of the third 33-31. The Red Wolves (3-2 Cascade Conference; 7-4 overall) surged in the final period, outscoring the Falcons 19-8 in the last eight minutes. For the Falcons, the loss was a stark turnaround from a 4-0 conference start. On Tuesday, South Whidbey was flying high against Coupeville, gaining a 10-point lead at halftime to win 34-27 with senior forward Jessica Manca on the bench because she missed practices during winter break. â€œIt feels great keeping the island title,â€? said Falcon sophomore point guard Madi Boyd. She failed to score, but was instrumental in breaking Coupevilleâ€™s press defense. The Falcons started senior guard Brittany Wood, as well, to give South Whidbey a sec-
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ond ball-handler. South Whidbey won the tipoff, but Boyd missed a short jump shot. Coupeville missed its first three field goals and first two free throws for almost three minutes of scoreless play. The Wolves sank their first bucket on a putback by junior post Jaiâ€™Lysa Hoskins. Falcon junior guard Ellie Greene responded by catching junior Hayley Newmanâ€™s air ball three-pointer for a short turnaround jumper. Hoskins scored the Wolvesâ€™ next five points on two layups and a free throw, Greene hit another spin-move jump shot and Newman sank two free throws to close out a low-scoring first quarter with Coupeville leading 7-6.
â€œThis definitely wasnâ€™t our best game,â€? Boyd said. Coupeville crowded the paint, challenging South Whidbeyâ€™s tendency to drive to the basket for layups. The other option was to hit three-point shots and force the Coupeville defenders to cover the perimeter, but South Whidbey didnâ€™t make any threes. South Whidbey regained the lead on its first play when Greene spun to her left for another close range basket. From there, the Falcons went on a 12-3 run to take a 10-point lead by halftime. Boyd, one of the smallest players, was undaunted by the congested interior. On the first play of the third quarter, she dribbled into the
key and attempted a floating layup that was blocked by Hoskins. She sprinted back on defense and fouled Wolf senior Katie Smith when she attempted to slap the ball out. â€œOn offense, I think I need to work on really seeing the court a little bit more,â€? Boyd said. Both teams struggled on offense due to turnovers and steals, as South Whidbey extended its lead to 11 points. The Falconsâ€™ scoring woes continued as they missed
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South Whidbeyâ€™s offense sagged against Coupevilleâ€™s pressure defense. â€œWe got kind of tired during the end,â€? Boyd said. The Falcons hung on to win. Newman and Greene led the Falcons with 12 points each. Winning earlier this week was a point of pride for the Falcons. â€œIt felt good because we worked pretty hard during break,â€? Boyd said. â€œIt makes us want to work even harder to keep that up.â€?
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Big book sale comes to the Freeland Library The Freeland Library will hold its first book sale of the year from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. today at the library. Boxes of new fiction, childrenâ€™s and non-fiction books will be available, including new history, travel, cooking and hobby topics. All proceeds from the sale go directly to support Freeland Library programs and librarian staff educational programs.
Whidbey writers host free literary event The Whidbey Writers Workshop will host a free literary event at the Captain Whidbey Inn at 7:30 p.m. tonight. Four professional writers and will read from their works at the workshop. Books by the authors will also be available for sale by Booklovers Book Exchange of Freeland. The workshop tonight features writers Susan Wingate, Joni Sensel, Kit Bakke and David Wagoner. Wingate is an award-winning
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Coming up Expert speaks on bluffs and beaches Hugh Shipman, a coastal geologist with the state Department of Ecology, will lead a free program that will offer details on how to help sustain shoreline areas next week at Langley City Hall. Shipman is an authority on seaside bluffs and beaches. The presentation will be at
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â€œResearching the Civil Warâ€? will be presented by Laura Pemberton Sparr at the next meeting of the Genealogy Society of South Whidbey Island at 1 p.m. Monday, Jan. 9 in the Trinity Lutheran Church community building. Sparr is a past president and vice president of the Washington Genealogical Society and a noted researcher, and is an entertaining and informative speaker. Genealogists say her presentations are not to be missed. The public is welcome. For more information, visit GSSWI. org.
IDIPIC panel to be held in Oak Harbor IDIPIC presents its first North Whidbey DUI/underage drinking prevention panel of 2012 at 6:45 p.m. Monday, Jan. 9 in Conference Room 137, down the hall from Oak Harbor Library. Attendance is required for both driverâ€™s education students and parents. For more information, call 360-672-8219 or visit www.idipic.org.
Father-son give combat presentations The Association of Naval Aviation, Whidbey Island Squadron 40, will meet for a nohost lunch, followed by a presentation at the NAS Whidbey Island Officers Club at 11 a.m. Tuesday, Jan. 10. The January luncheon will feature Col. Reed Craig, USAF (Ret.) who will describe his combat tours in Vietnam flying the RF-101 Voodoo on reconnaissance missions and the B-52 â€œBuffâ€? on Arc Light missions. The Feb. 14 luncheon will feature his son, Navy Cdr. Jeff Craig, who will describe the first combat deployment of the EA-18G during his tour with VAQ-132 and EA training operations during his current tour with VAQ-129. Non-members are welcome to attend.
ASW gets a pastel demonstration Artists of South Whidbey will start the year with a pastel demonstration at their meeting at 11:30 a.m. Tuesday, Jan. 10 in the Brookhaven meeting room in Langley. Noted pastel artist Karen Schroeder will be presenting a demonstration of her unique pastel technique. ASW welcomes artists of all levels and media to join their meetings, which begin with a sack lunch at 11:30 a.m. The
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Democrats to hold general meeting Island County Democrats will hold their next quarterly general meeting Wednesday, Jan. 11 in the meeting room at the Freeland Library. The meeting starts at 7 p.m. and can also be viewed via Skype at the Vista/Madrona Firehouse on Camano Island.
WICA presents â€˜Seattle Bitesâ€™ Whidbey Island Center for the Arts presents â€œKitsch â€˜N Bitch with Sue Frause: Seattle Bites,â€? at 7:30 p.m. Wednesday, Jan. 11. Frause, a food and travel writer, will give a show reminiscent of â€œThe Tonight Showâ€? with celebrity foodies, while jamming with the Kitschen Band (Deja Blooze), whipping up treats and mixing a signature drink during each show. â€œSeattle Bitesâ€? features Seattle restaurateurs Thierry Rautureau, The Chef in the Hat (Roverâ€™s and Luc) and Ethan Stowell (Staple & Fancy, Tavolata, How To Cook A Wolf, Anchovies & Olives); Julien Perry, Seattle editor of â€œChefs Feedâ€? and food writer for Seattle Weekly; and Deja Blooze and bartender Chris Adams (Moâ€™s Pub and Eatery).
221-5525 www.theclyde.net Tickets $7, under 17 or over 65, $5
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Ticket prices for KNB range from $10 to $12 and are available by calling WICA at 221-8268 or 800-638-7631.
Womenâ€™s Choir begins session Women singers of all ages are welcome to join Chanteuse Womenâ€™s Choir, which begins a 12-week session this month. New and returning singers are invited to join director Cheryl Veblen at 6:30 p.m. Thursday, Jan. 12 in the Fireside Room at Trinity Lutheran Church in Freeland. This sessionâ€™s theme will be â€œSongs of Faithâ€? and includes the lovely â€œAve Maria,â€? â€œLet There Be Peace On Earthâ€? and Andrew Lloyd Webberâ€™s â€œPie Jesu.â€? There are no auditions required to join, just a voice placement at the first meeting. Music reading is a plus, but not required. For more information, call 360-678-1240.
Audubon sees the secret life of birds Whidbey Audubon will meet for the program â€œUnder the Salish Sea: The Secret Life of Birds Underwaterâ€? at 7 p.m. Jan. 12 at the Unitarian Universalist Congregation north of Freeland. When watching a murre, a goldeneye or a pigeon guillemot swimming and disappearing under the surface, have you ever wondered how it would look to see them from a sealâ€™s point of view? Marine biologist and cinematographer Florian Graner will give some insights into this rather rare view. The gathering starts with socializing at 7, and the meeting at 7:15 p.m.
A circle for simply singing starts soon â€œSinging in the Key of Life,â€? led by Barbara Dunn, will be from 7:30 to 8:30 p.m. Thursday, Jan. 12, at Half Moon Yoga
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at Robbie Cribbsâ€™ Sound Trap Studios at 6:30 p.m. Friday, Jan. 13. Tickets are $150 with proceeds to benefit the WICA Annual Fund. The second performance, â€œWalt Wagner in
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Northwest piano legend plays at WICA Whidbey Island Center for the Arts will welcome pianist Walt Wagner to Whidbey Jan. 13-14. Wagner will perform at two Whidbey Island venues. The first show is a benefit house concert
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To list your church or weekly religious service here, call 877-316-7276
Assembly of God 360-221-1656 â€˘ Langley 5373 Maxwelton Road
House of Prayer 321-6070 â€˘ Bayview 5719 Pioneer Park Place, Hwy 525
St. Augustineâ€™s in the Woods Episcopal Church
Trinity Lutheran Church 331-5191 â€˘ Freeland
â€œA Greening Congregationâ€?
www.swag-online.org Loving God, Loving People, Serving the World Sunday Worship Services 8:30AM & 10:30AM Sunday school, all ages at 9AM 10:30AM service has childrenâ€™s options for 3 yrs through 6th grade Nursery for children up to age 3, both services Matt Chambers, Pastor Dareld Chittim, Associate Pastor Mark Brinkman, Youth Pastor Little Lambs Daycare & Preschool 360-221-7161
www.houseofprayersouthwhidbey.org Sunday: 10:00AM Prayer 10:30AM Worship Service Childrenâ€™s Church Prayer: 11:00AM Wednesday: Womenâ€™s Group 6:30AM Friday: Menâ€™s Group Glen Horn, Pastor
331-4887 â€˘ Freeland 5217 Honeymoon Bay Road
Woodard Road, Hwy 525, Freeland
Holy Eucharist Sun: 8AM & 10:30AM Nursery & Youth Programs Provided Monday Solemn Evensong 5:30PM Wednesday Holy Eucharist and Ministry of Healing: 10:00AM www.staugustinesepiscopalchurch.org Rev. Nigel Taber-Hamilton, Rector Shantina Steele, Director of ChristianEducation
Sunday Services 8:00, 9:30 & 11:00 Adult Ed Class & Sunday School 9:30 AM Nursery provided James Lindus, Pastor Dennis Hanson, Pastor George Brunjes, Pastor Eric Ottum, Pastor Jerry Oâ€™Neill, Pastor Karl Olsen, Minister of Music
St. Hubert Catholic Church 221-5383 â€˘ Langley 804 Third Street
Unitarian Universalist Congregation of Whidbey Island 321-8656 Freeland 20103 State Route 525
Calvary Chapel of Whidbey Island Teaching through Godâ€™s Word
579-2570 â€˘ Clinton 3821 E. French Road www.ccwhidbey.com Sunday Services 9 & 11AM
Sat, Sun & Mon 7:30
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Christian Life Center 331-5778 Loving God... Reaching People!
1832 Scott Rd. Freeland Professional Center Sunday Morning Worship 10:00AM Nursery & Sunday School through 8th Grade Celebrate Recovery Tuesday evenings 7:00 Christian Lifeâ€™s Ministry Center Pastor Dick Jeffers www.clcwhidbey.com
Christian Science Church 321-4080 or 222-3182 â€˘ Langley 15910 Hwy 525 at Useless Bay Rd Sunday Church Service: 10:30AM Wednesday Service: 7:30PM 1st Wednesday of the month
Langley CMA Church Christian & Missionary Alliance Church
221-6980 â€˘ Langley 6th & Cascade â€œLoving Christ and Others Wellâ€? Sunday Worship 10:30AM Sunday School for all ages 9:15AM www.Langleycma.org
Langley United Methodist Church 221-4233 â€˘ Langley Third and Anthes firstname.lastname@example.org Sunday Service 9:30AM Nursery and Sunday School for grades K-12 during service Adult Forum class 11AM Rev. Mary Boyd, Pastor Bill Humphreys, Music Director Eve Carty, Program Associate www.Langleyumc.org A Greening and Reconciling Congregation â€œOpen Hearts, Open Minds, Open Doorsâ€?
Saint Peterâ€™s Lutheran Church 341-4715 â€˘ Clinton 6309 Wilson Pl. (1 block north of Whidbey Island Bank) Sunday Morning Service Bible Study 9:30AM Sunday Service 10:30AM Fellowship 11:30AM Mikkel Hustad, Pastor
Masses: Saturday 5:00PM Sunday 8:00AM and 10:30AM Mon, Tues, Thurs and Fri. 8:15AM Wednesday 10:30AM Fr. Rick Spicer, pastor Marcia Halligan, pastoral associate E-mail email@example.com
Sunday Service at 10AM Values-Based Religious Education Sept-June Childcare Year-Round Everyone welcome! Minister: Rev. Elizabeth â€œKitâ€? Ketcham firstname.lastname@example.org www.whidbey.com/uucwi
fax (360) 221-2011 South Whidbey Church of Christ 341-2252 â€˘ Bayview Senior Service Center - Bayview Sunday Worship: 9:30AM Sunday Bible Classes: 10:30AM Call regarding Wednesday Bible Class
South Whidbey Community Church (Non-denominational)
221-1220 â€˘ Langley www.whidbeychurch.org Sunday Morning Worship 10:00AM Adult Sunday School 9:00AM Deer Lagoon Grange 5142 S. Bayview Road, Langley Wed. Home Bible Study 7:00PM Darrell Wenzek, pastor Ron Wedeking, pastor
Whidbey Evangelical Free Church 874 Plantation Drive Greenbank Just 2 miles south of the Greenbank Farm Sunday School: 9:15AM Worship Service: 10:30AM
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SIERRA $299,000 One-story home in sunny beach community. Enjoy views of Olympics, Sound, Strait and sunsets. Granite counters, stainless steel appliances, master suite. RV package. Clubhouse, pool and beach nearby. #302413 Clay Miller 360-969-2058
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LANGLEY $140,000 2.5Âą acres near Langley. 2200Âą sq ft fixer home with 2 bdrm, 1.5 bth or start new. Land mostly cleared and flat for possible pasture and/or gardens. #299834 Jody LaBissioniere 360-331-6006
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