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For the second year in a row, dozens of Lake Tapps area residents celebrated the new year with a Jan. 1 dip in the chilly waters of Lake Tapps. The air was warmer than usual, but the water was still glacially cold. This year, plunge planners Scott and Kristy Thorsteinson decided to include a canned food drive in the fun, resulting in more than 1,000 pounds of donated items. Photos courtesy Janice Thomas.

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In the Summer of 2010, Jon Bodewell and his 6-year-old daughter Cierra Schoen walked to the edge of Lake Tapps near their Tapps Island home to feed the baby ducks that frequented their dock. It was something they had done many times before, but all of a sudden, Cierra stepped on something and began screaming in pain. At first, Bodewell thought she stepped on a

stick or a sharp rock, but when he got to her, it was much worse than he expected. “When I lifted her up a big, huge flap of skin on the top of her foot looked like a big slice of bologna,� he said Friday. Cierra spent six hours at the hospital that day, receiving 15 stitches and a “candy cane scar,� though ultimately she is fine. When he checked the water’s edge

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An East Pierce Fire and Rescue station was evacuated brief ly Thursday when a local resident brought in what appeared to be a pipe bomb. The man, who lived in the neighborhood, found the suspicious-looking

package that included a small pipe and a fuse, and brought it to the fire station on 214th Avenue East for identification. The firefighters immediately contacted the Pierce County Sheriff ’s Department. After a sergeant confirmed it was a pipe bomb, the Pierce County bomb squad was

mobilized. They evacuated a 300-foot radius around the device that included the fire station. The firefighters also moved the fire engine and medic unit from the immediate area. Using a robot to bring the bomb from the station to the parking lot, the bomb squad safely detonated the device. A por-

tion of 214th Avenue East was closed for approximately 30 minutes during the operation. The firefighters were allowed to return to their station just before noon. There were no calls for that crew during that time. “If you find anything that looks like an explosive device, do not to touch or

transport it,� Assistant Chief Ed Goodlet said in a press release. Citizens are advised to call 9-1-1 immediately, but not to use a cellphone or radio within 500 feet of the device. According to Acting Battalion Chief Matt Jewitt, part of the problem is that you don’t know what the bomb is made of or how stable it is.

“It’s not the explosion that’s the scary part, it’s the shrapnel,� he said. “It doesn’t take much to cause a life-altering injury. Leave it in place and call law enforcement.� To comment on this story view it online at w w w.b l s c o u r i e r h e ra l d . com. Reach Brian Beckley at bbeckley@courierherald.com or 360-825-2555, ext. 5058

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A brightly-decorated bus spent Friday in Enumclaw and will be parked at Sumner’s Fred Meyer store from 9 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Thursday, bringing 3-D ultrasound breast screenings to women in the area. The free service, aimed at women who are not insured or those whose insurance may not pay for breast exams, is part of Ford’s Women’s Health Initiative. Ford has teamed with HealthFair, a mobile testing provider, to offer the free examinations throughout the Pacific Northwest. The three-person staff on the bus can see up to 28 women daily. Appointments are limited. Anyone interested can visit www.FordWomensHealth.com or call 855-380-8378.

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Bonney Lake police warn of increase in car prowls By Brian Beckley Staff Writer

The Bonney Lake police have issued an alert via email warning residents of an increase in car prowls in recent weeks. According to Crime Analyst Laura Miller, the most recent targeted areas are the northwest and southwest areas of the city, primarily Locust Avenue West to 183rd Avenue East, as well as the Angeline Road area. “We’ve also seen some off South Prairie Road and 200th (Avenue East),� she said. Miller said she noticed the increase in those neighborhoods while using a piece of mapping software that showed hot spots in the city for certain crimes. In the fourth quarter of 2011, Miller said Bonney Lake police took reports of vehicle prowls from 38 residents. In total, there were 161 vehicle prowls in 2011, up

from 115 in 2010. In December, Bonney Lake police stepped up efforts to warn shoppers about prowlers and offer tips on how to make their cars less attractive to thieves. Officers and department staff physically patrolled lots during the shopping season, looking at cars as a thief would and offering tips to drivers in the form of a notice on their windshield. Miller deemed the program a success, but said it may have shifted thieves out of parking lots and into more residential neighborhoods. The police offer the following tips to keep vehicles secure: t -PDL WFIJDMFT BU BMM times; t 3FNPWF BMM JUFNT PG value from your vehicles including purses, wallets, GPS units, cellphones or other devices; t 5VSO PO QPSDI BOE garage lights during the hours of darkness or install

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borhood after a crime, residents report seeing suspicious individuals or cars, but opting not to call police with something so minor. “Afterwards, they’re like ‘oh, we should have called,’� Miller said, adding that it is never a bother to inform police and that the department will prioritize calls if something else

takes precedence. And a description of a suspicious car can sometimes make all the difference. “We would much rather be looking for a specific vehicle ‌ than afterwards trying to chase a ghost,â€? Miller said. If you are a victim of a car prowl, report the

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The Bonney Lake City Council this past week took its first action of the year to officially instruct the city attorney to appeal Pierce Countyâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s approval of Sumnerâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Orton Junction urban growth area. The unanimous decision came after an extended executive session at the end of the Jan. 3 council workshop. According to an email from City Administrator Don Morrison, the basis of Bonney Lakeâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s appeal is that â&#x20AC;&#x153;Sumner presently exceeds its allocation of commercial land under the WA (sic) Growth Management Act, and any expansion would be unnecessary and in violation of state and local land use regulations.â&#x20AC;? Morrison also said similar expansion requests from Orting, Puyallup and Bonney Lake were all denied on the basis of ample commercial lands and called the exception made for Sumner â&#x20AC;&#x153;indefensible.â&#x20AC;? The county council on Oct. 25 approved the UGA amendment for Orton Junction, a 182-acre project made up of commercial and low-density residential projects to be located on land that is mostly farms near the 166th Avenue East

exit at the base of Ehli Hill. The project is also set to include a YMCA for the city of Sumner. The majority of the land for the project â&#x20AC;&#x201D; more than 125 acres â&#x20AC;&#x201D; was also designated agricultural resource land, meaning the land could not be developed without changing the designation. An agreement with preservation and environmental groups called the â&#x20AC;&#x153;Seven Principles Agreementâ&#x20AC;? included a provision that each acre of lost farmland would be replaced by four acres of conservation-eased properties, which allowed the changes to go forward. For Bonney Lake, however, primary opposition to the project came because the project would present a direct competition to plans in Bonney Lake to create commercial areas in its Downtown and Eastown sections. In 2011, Bonney Lake was denied a UGA expansion request because the county said they did not do enough planning for the area to come into the city. Mayor Neil Johnson said at the heart of the appeal is an attempt to get facts on how cities deal with the GMA in further expansion attempts. â&#x20AC;&#x153;We need some clarification from the courts on

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Goff leaves a legacy of listening to constituents ... and bringing them fish When is the last time you handed someone a fish? Think about this while I explain a bit. As many of you know, this week was the first time in 25 years that the Sumner City Council met without Leroy Goff as a councilmember or mayor. (He was still there, by the way, sitting in the public seats.) You may wonder what makes Leroy so special. Longevity is just part of the answer. Iâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;d hate to give him â&#x20AC;&#x153;the big head,â&#x20AC;? but heâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s 85 now, so perhaps the following wonâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t do too much damage to his ego. Better than anyone else, Leroy understands representational government. Some officials talk about serving because theyâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;re passionate about a topic. Instead, Leroy was passionate about representing all the

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other thousands of people in Sumner and the topics about which they care. Youâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;d find him at the senior center and at the middle schoolâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s youth forums. He would read, study, and discuss an issue until he thoroughly understood it. He would plant trees, put up corn stalks, check lights, walk against cancer and applaud artistic performances.

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And if he knew one of his decisions made someone angry, he took that person a fish to make peace. Leroy did not have an easy life. If anyone wanted to claim that the cards had been unfairly stacked against them from the get-go, it could have been Leroy. But instead of using it as an excuse to abdicate all responsibility, he made it a reason to work hard and embrace Sumner as his family. When he became an elected official, he believed that meant he had extra responsibilities instead of extra â&#x20AC;&#x153;rights.â&#x20AC;? People like Leroy canâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t be replicated, but they canâ&#x20AC;&#x201D;and shouldâ&#x20AC;&#x201D;be

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population when that happens. 1. Sit down, put your head between your knees and kiss your butt goodbye. 2. If you are a Christian, get on your knees and pray to be forgiven for your sins, then sit down, put your head between your knees and kiss your butt goodbye. Gerald Moriarty Buckley

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CORNER FROM 6 for every dollar donated to this cause, local Rotarians will match this by rolling up their sleeves and organizing voluntary work parties, which focus on funneling thousands of pounds of fresh fruit and vegetables into the hunger relief system. The core work done by RFH is to find truckloads of donated items like potatoes, onions, apples, pears and carrots, then find donated transportation to get the food to one of their primary food bank distribution partners like Northwest Harvest, Emergency Food Network or Food Lifeline. If I was just getting by, some fresh, healthy produce would be manna from heaven. It certainly would fill the chasm of need, at least temporarily, for a segment of a hungry and desperate population until they can get back on their feet. The details surrounding the hoop fundraiser have yet to be ironed out, but my first call concerns the players involved in this coed encounter I am calling the Rotary/ Rec Righteous Roundball Rendezvous at the Rock. It is to be played at Bonney Lake’s gymnasium, the one with the painted boulder planted out in front. The gym will be the site of this mix-n-mingle basketball fray between carefully assembled contingents of local male and female cagers, on Saturday, March 24 commencing at 7 p.m. Several of the players from these eight local prep contingents are possibly going to be enjoying postseason engagements and I wouldn’t dream of interfering with that. Sumner School District Athletic Director Tim

Thomsen informs me there are number of logistics and legalities to be worked through, before this thing can come to fruition, but I believe in the generosity of the good and kind people of the Plateau and the valley below. One thing I absolutely cannot do is use the names of the teams. That potentially could impact the number of contests the Spartans, Panthers, Hornets and Hornets had played, knocking it out of kilter for the 2011-12 campaign. The WIAA governing body would not cotton to that at all and it is not my intention to make waves for anyone concerned. I believe I have that one covered, as the monickers I have tabbed these two talented teams with are The Couriers in the blue T-shirts and The Heralds in the green T-shirts. The shirts bye the way are being donated by 4-Suns Sports on Cole Street in Enumclaw. There are certainly weirder mascots than the Couriers and the Heralds. In Washington we have the Galloping Geoducks of The Evergreen State College. The motivating mascot at Vanderbilt University is the Commodores (not the sensationally soulful Motown group, but the Naval rank). At Saint Louis University, the Billiken roves the sidelines or court side vicinities. A Billiken is a charming alien, elven-looking creature that supposedly brings good fortune to the holder of its likeness and is a representation of “the way things ought to be.” The Billiken craze was alive and well in this country (circa 1920) for about six months. So, there you have it, your invaluable marketing trend nugget of trivia for the day.

Here is a list of 32 players I have identified for this fundraiser. I need each to respond to jleggett@courierherald.com by St. Valentine’s Day, Feb. 14th, telling me whether they will participate. The Couriers will include: From Sumner High, Zeb Glissmeyer, Dan DeVries, Tayler Holtman and Jamie Lange; from White River, Jason Tyler, Lyle McCarragher, Cassidy France and Erin Worley; from Enumclaw, Perry Rockwood, Bryce Peterson, Da niel le Saltarelli and Morganne Borst; and from Bonney Lake, Joey Gamache, Zach Zaragoza, Naomi Pounds and Mckenzie Voellger. Additionally, I am hoping to enlist the coaching prowess of mentors Brett McDaniel and Rick Tripp, from Sumner and White River, respectively. Also I’m going to try to involve the legendary sports guy from The Puyallup Herald, Notorious Biggidy SSSS Shaun Scott. The Heralds will include: from Sumner High, Joey Kendall, Dray Kilmer, Robi Long and Brenna Allsop; from White River, Billy Kiel, Alex Sayler, Crystal Narolski and Kennedy Hobert; from Bonney Lake, Mike Gould, Mikey Berger, Jessyka and Kayla Seger; and from Enumclaw, Tony “The Tiger” Chynoweth, Drake “Tall Boy” Rademacher, Fallon Hall and Hannah Calvert. Gregg Joshlin from 4 Sun Sports has graciously and tentatively agreed to guide the Heralds and I am hoping he will consider enlisting the basketball knowledge of EHS roundball

maven Phil Engebretsen, current EHS hoop counselor Kellen Hall or current Bonney Lake head basketball coaches, Rob Smith (boys) or Thomas Ostrander (girls). I am trying to get in touch with my globetrotting brother-in-law Joe Binetti, who boasts the hoop osmosis derived from the Callero Cage Consciousness and would make an excellent official. If my godson, Tony

Binetti has returned from his ventures in the Italian League on the beautiful island of Sardinia, he also could don the zebra stripes. I want this to be a feelgood gathering, where the hoop happiness is happening. I just want the local basketball community to be well represented (and if you’re a college scout, what better way to budget your allotted recruitment time?).

Ticket prices of this charity event are $5 for adults, $2 for students with ASB or student I.D. cards and the little shavers can probably slip past our ticket takers unnoticed as long as they promise to be loud and proud in cheering on their big brother or sister.

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ENSLOW FROM 6 imitated. Life will give us challenges, and we have to meet them unflinchingly yet fairly. Rather than fight others as â&#x20AC;&#x153;opponents,â&#x20AC;? we have to fight to build friendships that are strong enough to allow for differences of opinion. Rather than throw out pithy criti-

cisms to make ourselves feel smart, we have to tackle tough decisions, even if their complexity feels daunting. Rather than blame others for our problems, we have to accept responsibility for our own choices. Granted, none of this is easy. Working together does mean work. However, Leroy could not have been so successful for more than 25 years all on his

own. This community recognized his generosity of spirit and many others with similar generosity joined in to really create something special here in Sumner over the years. Thank you to Leroy â&#x20AC;&#x201D; and really to all our involved citizens in Sumner and neighbors in Bonney Lake â&#x20AC;&#x201D; for your service, but most of all, for your example.

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The former owners and employees of Bonney Lake Fitness set to work removing the gym’s capital equipment Friday. The business was sold to Prime Fitness, but franchisor Fitness 19 took possession of the equipment and the physical location will close. Photo by Daniel Nash/To view or buy photos go to www.blscourierherald.com.

Bonney Lake Fitness sells biz, members list to Prime Fitness Prime will honor Bonney Lake price through February as it decides new rate By Daniel Nash Staff Writer

How many days does it take to buy a business? In

Prime Fitness’s case, the answer is 67: Seven to buy Bonney Lake Fitness, and 60 to “buy” its customers. West Bonney Lake gym Prime Fitness purchased Bonney Lake Fitness Dec. 26. The physical location closed at the end of the year, meaning the substance of the purchase was the latter gym’s customer list. “I got a phone call from

the ownership [Bonney Lake Fitness’ is owned by John Bahlenhorst] the week before,” Mounts said. “They said they were looking to sell and asked if I would be interested. And, you know, of course I am. So we took a week to look at our own capacity, prepare paperwork, run it through legal, and we signed the deal on Monday, the day after Christmas.”

In comment to Patch.com, Bahlenhorst cited declining memberships and revenue as his reason for selling. By Dec. 27, Mounts planted himself at Bonney Lake Fitness to help inform customers of the purchase and their options if they choose to bring their business to

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For sale: one BBQ, slightly used Dickey’s Barbecue Pit listed for sale at $65,000 after opening doors in November By Daniel Nash Staff Writer

The Bonney Lake location of Dickey’s Barbecue Pit, a franchise chain of Texan meat cuisine, is listed for sale online at a steep discount. Confounding matters is the fact that the restaurant

only opened in November, and has appeared to do brisk business in that time. Dickey’s Barbecue Pit was listed for sale on BusinessMart.com, an online search engine and marketplace for business sales. The owners of the franchise gave no comment to confirm or deny a sale. The asking price listed was $65,000, a significant markdown of the restaurant’s estimated capital value. The value of furniture and fix-

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Dickey’s Barbecue Pit, a franchise that opened in November, has already been listed for sale on BusinessMart.com. Its owners replied with no comment regarding the listing. Photo by Brian Beckley.

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Prime. Prime Fitness is honoring the price of Bonney Lake Fitness memberships, no strings attached, for a two-month grace period through the end of February. During that time, Mounts will meet with grace period customers to gauge their interest in continuing with the facility, and calculate a new contract membership rate based on the new customer population. The challenge will be coming up with a

rate somewhat closer to the low membership costs Bonney Lake Fitness customers came to expect, while remaining profitable when applied to all new contracts, and fair to members whose contracts have not yet run out. â&#x20AC;&#x153;Itâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s not what they (Bonney Lake Fitness customers) want to hear, but Iâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;m not going to lower the price just for one group,â&#x20AC;? Mounts said. â&#x20AC;&#x153;It would be unfair for existing members to create two classes of membership pricing. It was already hard for some current members to accept the idea of the grace period price for these incoming members.â&#x20AC;?

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is the cumulative impact of maintaining the current level of state services in future years. Elwayâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s poll shows that the second greatest concern among Washington voters is the stateâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s $1.5 billion budget deficit and doubts about how elected officials spend our tax dollars. A sustainable budget is essential, but lawmakers must be careful how they approach raising additional revenues. The half-cent sales tax increase proposed by Gov. Gregoire needs voter approval and the $3 billion in federal stimulus money that bailed us out in 2009 wonâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t be available. So basically, weâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;re on our own. The governor told AWB members last September that â&#x20AC;&#x153;everything is on the table. It has to be.â&#x20AC;? We also need to understand the Great Recession has fundamentally changed how government works. As difficult as it is, the folks we send to Olympia must recalibrate government. They must find ways to pay for the most important programs, and figure out how to deliver state services more efficiently. There are no sacred cows and there is no cash cow in the barn. Don Brunell is the president of the Association of Washington Business.

tures were estimated at $99,000, and the value of inventory at $3,000. Annual gross revenue for the business was estimated at $550,000, calculating from a claim of $55,000 gross revenue per month in the first two months of business. Not included in the price is a long term lease at $3,290 per month (for a 1,880 square foot floor) plus NNN charges of $882 per month and a $10,000 franchise transfer fee. The

restaurant also employs one person at full-time and 12 part-time. Included in the purchase is three weeks of training at Dickeyâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Barbecue University in Texas, as well as one week of on-site training by the seller. The publisher of the business listing cited â&#x20AC;&#x153;family issuesâ&#x20AC;? unrelated to the health of the business as the motivation to sell. The listing can be found at businessmart.com/business-for-sale/bid/113438/ bbq-restaurant---belowequipment-value-bonneylake-washington.

Retail sales up 3.2 percent Taxable retail sales increased 3.2 percent to $27.3 billion during the third quarter of 2011 compared to year-earlier results, the Washington State Department of Revenue repor ted Friday. Retail trade, a subset of all sales that counts only retail store sales and excludes other sectors like construction and services, was up 2.4 percent to $12.2 billion. Among major indus-

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Clean Air, Tarzan Style: Grow these jungle plants with bold, broad leaves Just give peace lily a chance if you’ve failed with houseplants in the past.

golden pathos or heartleaved philodendrons. The These plants can also Compleat be grouped at the base Home of a ficus tree to cover Gardener the pot and convert a Marianne Binetti reading corner into an area free of indoor polHorticulturist lutants. This upright houseplant or Spathiphyllum waves a hanky-shaped white bloom when it is given a lot of light but even if your home or office is dark and dreary this survivor will continue to thrive. The peace lily will even forgive you for irregular watering, unlike the more finicky tree-like houseplant the weeping fig. Ficus or weeping fig is often sold as large, potted indoor trees and once established and adapted to your home a ficus can live for many years with few problems; the key here is getting a new weeping fig tree to adapt to a new location. Leaves turn yellow and fall off every time this plant is moved or experiences a change in environment. If you are lacking floor space for your indoor jungle use hanging plants like

Time to register for kindergarten Kindergarten registration began Monday in the Sumner School District. All children enrolling in kindergarten for the 2012-13 school year must be 5 years old by Aug. 31. When registering a child for school, families should bring: proof of child’s birth date (birth or hospital certificate, passport); immunization information and the child’s health history; and names and phone numbers of parents, physician and emergency contact when the parent/guardian cannot be reached. Some elementary schools offer a tuition-based, fulltime program on a spaceavailable basis for children who qualify. Full-time kindergarten students attend school

every day and have the same school calendar as students in first through fifth grades. Students enrolled in full-time kindergarten receive extra instruction time to learn basic skills for first grade. All children enrolled in the full-time program must qualify through participation in a screening process offered later in the spring. The full-time kindergarten tuition rate for the 2012-13 school year is $325 per month. Families should contact their neighborhood school for registration information or download a packet from the district website, www.sumnersd.org. Completed registration forms should be returned to the school.

Mid-century modern and politically incorrect: Sanseveria or mother-in-law’s tongue This is a sleek, slender houseplant that sends lance-like green and yellow leaves straight to the sky. Out of respect for kind mother-in-laws everywhere, the new common name for this contemporary-looking houseplant is now the snake plant. All Sanseverias will thrive even in low light as long as you

don’t over water. Place a snake plant inside a sleek, metallic pot, display it on a pedestal and you have living modern art. Dracaena is another houseplant with thin, elegant foliage and a contemporary vibe. This hardto-kill indoor plant comes in many forms including the colorful Red Edge and compact Janet Craig.

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Who would suspect the common mum of being such a hard worker when it comes to cleaning up the air quality? Of all the plants tested by NASA, it was the chrysanthemum that removed all three of the most common indoor

pollutants. The next time you’ll feeling ill, bring home a potted mum as well as medications for your treatment. Now for the gossip. Gerber daisies are the new darlings of wedding shows and interior designers because the bold, bright colors are hard to miss. But I must pass along that Gerber daisy are difficult to grow both indoors and out and sometimes those remarkable color tones are enhanced by paint, dyes and even glitter. Buy a potted Gerber daisy if you must, but I have killed too many of these divas to have any warm and friendly feelings towards them. Yes, meanspirited indeed.

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a potential consumer must judge by asking questions, checking references and, for those arborists involved with tree services, being certain they are bonded or otherwise properly insured. Those who have earned the designation take pride in it. While we feel we can offer quality and conscientious services, we also believe we have an important role to help educate the public about proper tree care.

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arborist can point out the possibilities to be aware of. Damage appraisals may be called for under various circumstances. Certified arborists use widely recognized tree formulas to estimate the value of trees. For large trees that are a significant feature in a landscape, values can easily be several thousands of dollars. Many offer legal services that may include expert witness testimonies at depositions and trials. Most offer a wide range of consulting services to homeowners, local governments, developers and other entities involved in tree preservation or tree care. Several communities and homeowner associations have tree preservation ordinances. Oftentimes they will require a report from a certified arborist if a resident has safety concerns about protected trees.

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Brides favoring the elegant lace gown worn by the duchess (ARA) - Although the latest Brides American Wedding Study shows the average cost of a wedding in 2010 was $26,501, a decrease of 5 percent from 2009, weddings continue to be big business. But many couples are opting to cut the guest list instead of big ticket items like wedding gowns. In fact, the average wedding gown cost $1,289 in 2010, a 20 percent increase over 2009, according to the study. This is no surprise to the millions who were glued to their television

sets this past April during the most talked about wedding since the 1981 royal wedding of Lady Diana to Prince Charles. Many brides are now emulating the elegant lace gown worn by Catherine Middleton, now the Duchess of Cambridge. In addition to beautiful lace, the newest trends in wedding gowns include color, soft sleeves, short hemlines and eco-friendly materials. Whether it is Chantilly, Alencon, duchesse, gui-

pure, or ribbon, lace has become one of the hottest trends this year. â&#x20AC;&#x153;Designers at all price points have debuted collections featuring full frothy skirts, wildf lowers and lace used in both traditional and modern ways,â&#x20AC;? says Kate Campbell, department chair of Fashion and Retail Management at The Art Institute of Tampa, a branch of Miami International University of Art and Design. â&#x20AC;&#x153;This particular trend parallels the more feminine, ele-

gant trends we see in fashion everywhere - including more fitted and ladylike styles reminiscent of Grace Kelly and Jacqueline Bouvier Kennedy.â&#x20AC;? While not for everyone, the use of color in wedding gowns has been growing in popularity. Rich and vibrant, or more subdued, color in bridal wear is everywhere. Some brides choose soft pastel colors, such as blush, rose or skin-tone. Others opt to wear vibrant hues of lavender, green and deep pink. Less bold brides are more likely to use hints of accent color on sashes, bows, embroidery, hems, necklines or beading. â&#x20AC;&#x153;The bride who chooses to add color to her dress is fashion forward and confident â&#x20AC;&#x201C; itâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s not for the faint of heart,â&#x20AC;? says Amber Chatelain, lead faculty for the Fashion and Retail Management program at The Art Institute of Tennessee-Nashville, a branch of The Art Institute of Atlanta.

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Brooke Paulson still has the green light, the freedom to launch shots from just about anywhere on the court â&#x20AC;&#x201C; all aimed at netting another victory for her team. But while most on the Plateau recall Paulson leading the White River Hornets to a series of state tournament appearances, sheâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s now wearing the colors of the St. Martinâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s University Saints. â&#x20AC;&#x153;Itâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s been great,â&#x20AC;? Paulson said of her first year of collegiate competition. â&#x20AC;&#x153;I love it. I love my team.â&#x20AC;? Paulson was a four-year member of the White River varsity squad, contributing to a remarkable run of success built by coach Chris Gibson. She was always an outside threat, consistently connecting for doublefigure scoring. That was enough to prompt the Saints â&#x20AC;&#x201C; and coach Tim Healy in particular â&#x20AC;&#x201C; to come calling. The former Hornet hasnâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t disappointed. Through Saturday night, Paulson had played in all 16 of the Saintsâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; games and was the No. 3 scorer, averaging 6.3 points

per outing. Her offensive highlight came Nov. 17 against Warner Pacific when she posted a team-high 20 points. She also is third in both field goal attempts and field goals made. Always a solid performer from the free-throw line, Paulson has continued to shine from the stripe, connecting on 26 of 31 attempts for an impressive .839 percentage. As the first player off the bench, she is second on the team in assists, averaging 1.7 per outing. While Paulsonâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t offensive punch is much appreciated and her jump shot is still deadly, Paulson has had to make changes at the defensive end of the court. Healy has different expectations that she experienced in high school and Paulson has had to adjust. That, she said, is the biggest difference sheâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s found from the prep scene. While sheâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s enjoying her life as a sparkplug off the Saintsâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; bench, Paulson has her eye on even more playing time. If things go as planned, she said, subsequent seasons will see her taking the floor as a member of the starting five.

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Sumner High Schoolâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s wrestling team hosted its first dual meet of 2012 Thursday night and marked the occasion by taking Fifeâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s back to the mat 39-34. Mike Forhan at 126 pounds wrestled an aggressive match from the get-go, eventually pinning Fifeâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s grappler at the 3-miunte12-second mark. Jeremy Jackson, 138, put on a show of a match, toying with Jesse Erickson through three rounds to a 7-3 win. AJ Atoigue, 160, was stuck in the standing position against Carl Finlayson in the first round, consistently taking control of the Trojansâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; head yet failing to bring the game to the ground. That changed in round two when Atoigue was able to fight for and keep top dominance. He took out Finlayson in the third round at the 4:44 mark. Tanner Sjoden, 170, made mincemeat of Keanu Songcuan, reversing Songcuanâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s top control and swiftly forcing him to his back for a pin in 80 seconds. Nick Hultberg, 182, won 11-8, Nick Ehrenheim won by pin at 195 and Justin Myers won 8-4 at 220 pounds. Jacob Unger, 106, won by forfeit.

Justin Myers attempts to work his Fife opponent into a cradle during the 220-pound match-up at Thursdayâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s dual. Myers was able to twist his rival like a pretzel, but didnâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t take a pin. He won 8-4. Photo by Daniel Nash. The Spartansâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; Wyatt James at 132 pounds was pinned, as was Jared Schliesman at145. Eli Hofto, 152, gave the Spartans a scare when he was slammed him to the mat. Hofto grasped his arm in pain and the match briefly halted. The spunky Spart

recovered enough to continue the match, but lost 12-3. Travis Filleau, 113, lost by a second-round pin. The Spartans next compete at 7 p.m. Thursday at Eatonville High.


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The Bonney Lake High wrestling squad traveled to Decatur Thursday and, after emerging with a convincing 42-18 victory over the highly touted Gators, lifted their South Puget Sound League 3A accounting to 2-1 at the midway point of the regular season. Fresh from finishing

fourth at Auburn Highâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s All-SPSL Meet, in which a few of the Panthers suffered stinging defeats and the hands of Decatur wrestlers, a handful of Bonney Lakeâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s participants were eagerly looking forward to settling some scores. The score-settling began at 170 pounds, when Jake Lueders took a 7-4 decision over Rowland Gaydosh, the second-ranked 170-pounder in the state. Next up were Evan Dorsey at 182 pounds and Jordan Schultz at 195 pounds who also won their bouts with narrow decisions, 9-6 and 14-13, respectively. The goose egg on the

home side of the scoreboard was short-lived, as the Gators recorded quick pins at 220 and 285 pounds. The Panthersâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; Brandon Cunningham then knotted the score at 12 apiece, when he decisioned his challenger 8-2. Bonney Lakeâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Yodi Lawes put up a good fight against Decaturâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s 113-pounder Tristen Dawson in a battle between girls, but eventually Dawson got the better of Lawes and pinned her with seven seconds left in the second round. Bonney Lake did not lose another tussle. Colton Tracy recorded an 11-3 major decision at

120 pounds and, at 126, Andrew Cunningham, crushed Isiah Diggs 15-4. This one-sided triumph gave the Panthers the upper hand for good at 20-18 and they never looked back. Caid Caveness (132 pounds) and Jordan Magrum (138) notched a couple of close decisions and Matt Yuste (145) recorded a fall at 2:58 in his match with Mitchell Garcia. The next match also resulted in a fall, as Bonney Lakeâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s 152-pounder, Tyler Hernandez, pinned his foe at the 3:36 mark. The last battle of the evening at 160 pounds was well worth the wait for Panther

BLHS Wrestling Mountain Rumble, on the campus of Utah Valley State, Cunningham was named the BL Classicâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s top lightweight wrestler, as voted upon by the opposing coaches, when he walked away with the title belt, blanking his man 2-0 in the championship bout at 126 pounds. At 106 pounds, Cunninghamâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s freshman brother Brandon, who tips the scale at 85 pounds, finished third. Dorsey also finished third, losing in the semis to a challenger who would eventually capture first place at 182 pounds. The only other BLHS participant to grab a trophy was 138-pound Magram, who placed fourth.

fans, as Chili Sabin blew up Decaturâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Nick Karis, rated as the second best in the state, with a 15-8 verdict. Two days later, the Panthers hosted the Bonney Lake Classic and displayed several memorable performances, despite sitting out half of their varsity wrestlers due to match counts becoming a bit too high for this stage of the campaign. The Panthers finished in 10th place and out of the 10 active Bonney Lake wrestlers, four placed. Wrestling at 126 pounds in preparation for the beasts heâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;ll be facing when Bonney Lake sojourns to this weekendâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Rocky

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The Bonney Lake High boys basketball squad held its own in nonleague engagements during the holidays, but experienced a pair of setbacks last week when it opened South Puget Sound League 3A play. The Panthers traveled to Auburn Mountainview Jan. 3 and lost 78-52 to the Lions, then welcomed Decatur to

the Panther den Friday and dropped its second league affair of the year 69-58. Despite a shaky start against the Lions that saw the Panthers fall behind 39-18 at halftime, Bonney Lake guard Derek Lund managed to register a dozen points and was the only Panther in double figures. Three days later on the Panthersâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; home hardwood, Bonney Lake bounded to a 21-16 first quarter lead

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The Sumner Spartans placed second and Bonney Lake High was fourth the evening of Jan. 4 as the teams competed in prep gymnastics action in the Panther gymnasium. Team honors went to the top-ranked Enumclaw Hornets, who finished with 171.05 points. Sumner trailed with 148.11, Rogers of Puyallup wound up with 137.35 and Bonney Lake finished with 128.8. In the all-around competition, Sumnerâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s top finisher was Kiley McCain, who placed sixth overall. She topped the field in both the floor exercise and the beam with scores of 9.2 and 8.95, respectively; she added a 7.5 in the vault and 6.5 on the bars.

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The Sumner High boys basketball crew experienced its first South Puget Sound League 2A setback Jan. 3, when it set out on an expedition to Clover Parkâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s gymnasium and discovered why the Warriors are the Class 2A defending state basketball champions, losing 70-53. Friday, the Spartans put that loss behind them, rolling out the red carpet for Steilacoom and bludgeon-

ing the visiting Sentinels 55-36. By Fridayâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s intermission, Sumner had sprinted to a 26-13 advantage, employing a miserly defense that limited the Sentinels to a paltry four first-quarter points. Sumner kept things at full throttle, outscoring Steilacoom 29-23 in the second half to easily emerge victorious. Sumnerâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Joey Kendall was the gameâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s high scorer with 17 points and Dave DeVries registered 11.

The win tied Sumner with White River for second place in the SPSL 2A at 5-1, going into Tuesday nightâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s important league meeting at White River. The results of that crucial league tilt came too late to report here, but will be posted at www.blscourierherald.com. The Spartans will commence the second round of their league campaign Friday when they travel to Eatonville; Sumner will host Franklin Pierce at 7 p.m. Tuesday.

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The Bonney Lake High girls basketball squad got its SPSL 3A campaign under way by hosting front-running Auburn Mountainview Jan. 3, then taking a trip deep into enemy territory, traveling to Decatur High in Federal Way Friday. Neither game went swimmingly for the struggling BLHS crew, as the league-leading Lady Lions lambasted Bonney Lake 58-30. Three days later the Panthers were gobbled up 42-35 at Decatur. The tandem of losses last week got the Panther cagers off to a dismal 0-2 start in SPSL 3A action and dropped them to 3-9 overall. These inexperienced Panther roundballers will have plenty of opportunities to improve

this week. The Bonney Lake girls made the journey to Lakes High Tuesday, with the results of that contest coming too late to include here. The remainder of the week includes two home encounters, a nonleague affair with highly-touted SPSL 2A White River and a tip-off with league foe Peninsula at 7 p.m. Friday. Comment on this story at blscourierherald.com. Reach John Leggett at jleggett@courierherald.com or 360-825-2555 ext. 5054.

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Bonney Lake and Sumner Courier-Herald, January 11, 2012