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Murder trial begins in Alajawan’s killing BY DEAN A. RADFORD email@example.com
Curtis John Walker, right, sits with his attorneys, Jerry Stimmel, left, and Ann Mahony, center, during jury selection Wednesday. In the background is Judge Richard Eadie, standing. DEAN A. RADFORD, Renton Reporter
The defense team of the man charged with killing 12-year-old Alajawan Brown will try to prove that another man actually killed the Skyway boy in April 2010. The trial of Curtis John Walker of Kent got under way this week in King County Superior Court in downtown Seattle. He is charged with first-degree murder; since his arrest he has been jailed in Seattle on $5 million bail. A jury of 15 was seated Wednesday, including three alternates. It was the opening arguments on Wednesday that set the stage
for what the jury and the public would hear in the courtroom during the next three weeks or so. Alajawan died after he was shot in the back while walking home from a bus stop on Martin Luther King Jr. Way. He had just bought new football cleats at Walmart for a sport he loved. Gunfire had erupted at an apartment complex on South 129th Street. Walker drove off from that complex toward the 7-11 store on Martin Luther King Way. Senior Deputy Prosecuting Attorney Jessica Berliner in her opening arguments said that Walker got out of his wife’s Cadillac and shot twice at Alajawan,
hitting him once. Alajawan survived long enough to run to the 7-11 parking lot. “He decided to kill him,” said Berliner, in arguing Walker’s action was premeditated. Alajawan was dressed in blue, the gang color of the Crips, and his shooting was in retaliation for a shooting just a few minutes earlier, Berliner argued. The child was not a gang member. “He was in the wrong place at the wrong time,” Berliner said of Alajawan. But one of Walker’s attorney’s, Jerry Stimmel, argued that Alajawan was shot by Rodrigues Rabun, who was also at the apartment complex with Walker.
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35 737s a month: It’s party time! If you ever want to cut through a dense crowd I highly recommend following a news camera man—as I did the other day at the Renton Boeing Plant. My media badge was swinging around my neck like a monkey as
the local camera man cut through a sea of Boeing employees like an ice breaker in the Bering Sea. I had intended on writing a column about kids and aviation. Like most people I had heard of the amazing things going on at Boe-
ing: the new accelerated production rate of building 35 737 each month (from 31.5) a feat that helped secure the recent deal to build the new 737 Max in Renton. [ more 737 page 8 ]
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Beverly Wyse, 737 program vice president, whips up the crowd during a celebration Tuesday at the Renton 737 plant marking a major milestone: For the first time ever, the plant is producing 35 737s a month, a number that will grow over the next several years. CAROLYWWN OSSORIO, Renton Reporter
Gubernatorial candidate Jay Inslee visited Renton Technical College’s campus last week and heard from students and instructors on the present state of education. Inslee, who represents the state’s 1st District in Congress, got a quick tour of selected campus programs and then sat down for a roundtable discussion with students, RTC Board of Trustees member Susan Palmer and RTC President Steve Hanson. Inslee’s opponent, Rob McKenna, visited the campus recently as well. “I thought they both did a great job – lots of good questions and good interaction with the students, very appreciative of the students and the work that they’re doing,” said Hanson.
 January 13, 2012
Rep. Maxwell to stand by full school year, reforms BY DEAN A. RADFORD email@example.com
You must do more, the state Supreme Court told the state last week, in ruling the state is not making â€œampleâ€? provision to provide for the basic education of all children in Washington. The 7-2 decision came just before the state Legislature convened in a 60-day session Monday to hammer out how to save the state roughly $2 billion. The Supreme Court in its ruling left it up to the Legislature to figure out how to meet financially the stateâ€™s constitutional obligation to provide ample basic education. But, significantly, the ruling does not protect education from further budget cuts by legislators The court will retain jurisdiction over the legislatureâ€™s already-approved reforms to fix the shortfalls in funding for grades kindergarten through 12 the state will implement by 2018. This is a state issue, not a local one for school districtâ€™s such as Rentonâ€™s, because itâ€™s the stateâ€™s constitutional duty to provide for basic education. The courtâ€™s ruling and the massive state budget deficit potentially will set up a debate among majority Democrats in the House and Senate and Gov. Chris Gregoire, who has suggested a shorter school year as one way to save money. The idea of a shorter school year was proposed last year and it was opposed by
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Valda Nelson of Renton celebrated her 102nd birthday on Jan. 6. Friends and family gathered to honor her at the The Lodge, a Gencare Lifestyle Community in Renton, where she lives. There, she is an active member of the community learning new skills, exercising every morning, exploring the community and socializing with friends. Nelson was born Jan. 7, 1910, and is said to be mentally sharp, physically fit and full of life and wisdom, according to a release from her living community. She was one of the more than 70,000
centenarians in the United States, living at or past the age of 100 years in 2010, noted Gencare Lifestyle. Nelson is said to motivate and inspire the 80 and 90 year olds living in her community and impress the staff who range in age from 18 to 76 years old. The secret to Nelsonâ€™s longevity is to â€œstay busy,â€? she said when asked. Her living community advises diets with whole grains, low-stress lifestyles and high levels of physical activity to increase ones quality of life and achieve the vitality Nelson has enjoyed.
January 13, 2012 
Ed Prince takes seat on City Council ABOVE RIGHT: Ed Prince, is sworn in Monday as the newest member of the Renton City Council by state Rep. Marcie Maxwell. Prince defeated Robin Jones in the November general election to replace King Parker on the council. ABOVE: King Parker listens at Mondayâ€™s City Council meeting as Mayor Denis Law offers the communityâ€™s thanks for Parkerâ€™s 12 years of service on the council. AT RIGHT: Law speaks to the meeting after he was sworn in to his second term as mayor by Judge Charles J. Delaurenti II. Standing behind Law are, from left, Greg Taylor, Don Persson and Marcie Palmer who also were sworn in to new terms. A reception for the newly elected and re-elected leaders was held before the council meeting. DEAN A. RADFORD, Renton Reporter
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The Renton Reporter incorrectly reported state Sen. Margarita Prenticeâ€™s appointment to the state House of Representatives Jan. 6. Prentice was appointed to the House in 1988 to replace Gene Lux, who was appointed to replace Sen. Avery Garrett, who died that year. She was elected twice to the House and in 1992 won her first of five Senate races.
 January 13, 2012
4VTBO1BMNFS BQQPJOUFEBT 35$USVTUFF Gov. Chris Gregoire has appointed Susan Palmer of Renton to the Renton Technical College Board of Trustees. Palmer is known to many for her work for the International Association of Machinists and Aerospace Workers, District Lodge 751 in Seattle. Palmer replaces Ronnie Little on the board. Little served for 10 years, completing the maximum number of terms allowed for a trustee. Palmer comes from a business management background which she studied at Bellevue Community College (now Bellevue College). She was hired by Boeing in 1986 and became an active member of her union. After serving as a union steward, as well as holding 4VTBO1BMNFS several positions within her local lodge, Palmer was elected to serve as a full-time business representative in 1996. She currently serves as the district secretarytreasurer and was elected to that position in 2006. Palmer volunteers for the American Cancer Society, previously served as board member of the King County Airport Roundtable, is a delegate to the King County Labor Council and is a precinct committee officer. She is also a supporter and fundraiser for Guide Dogs of America and helped to organize the â€œFlight for Sightâ€? fun run, according to a RTC release.
LINDBERGH GRADUATE ON DEANâ€™S LIST A Lindbergh High School graduate has made the University of Washingtonâ€™s Annual Deanâ€™s List for 20102011. Mary Kawamura appeared on the quarterly deanâ€™s list at least three out of four quarters in the 2010-2011 academic year. She graduated from Lindbergh High School in 2007 and will graduate from UW with a degree in digital experimental art in 2012. Kawamura is also minoring in music. She is working as the lead editor on a local independent documentary called â€œSustainability in Exile.â€? The film focuses on sustainable farming practices by Tibetan refugees in India. Kawamura has a cumulative grade point average of 3.7 and hopes to stay and work in the Seattle film industry after graduation.
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+PTI7JMMBOVFWB poses in the arms of larger-than-life healthy fruit and vegetable options Social Studies teacher Charlies Kroiss, left, and DECA member Brett Love, Thursday, Jan. 5, during the â€œHealthier is Happierâ€? kick off at Lindbergh High School. CHARLES CORTES, Renton Reporter
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Derogatory language litters vandalized car
A Renton womanâ€™s car was vandalized on Dec. 23. Police were sent to a residence in the 12200 block of Southeast Petrovitsky Road to investigate malicious mischief at 9:48 a.m. There, a 31-year-old woman reported that all four of the tires on her 1999 black Acura had been slashed. The woman observed that all of her tires were flat as the vehicle sat in the parking lot across from her residence. She also noticed pieces of 12inch by 9-inch, white, printer paper all over her car with derogatory language and a warning against contact with her written on them. The woman told police she had some idea who was responsible. Police planned to obtain video security camera footage Jan. 3 of the area in which the vehicle sat. The total damages were estimated to be worth $800.
Bomb threat at office for juvenile probation
A bomb threat was called into the Superior Court Juvenile Probation Office in Renton on Dec. 28. At about 4:30 p.m., a juvenile probation counselor called police to report the incident. On Dec. 27 at about 1:45 p.m., the counselor answered the phone to hear a caller state,â€?Yeah, Iâ€™m gonna blow you the (expletive) up.â€? Then the caller hung up. The counselor was told by his supervisor that there was a bomb threat to the Seattle Juvenile Court the day before.
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Police seized marijuana and reported a Renton student under investigation for dealing drugs on Dec. 15. Renton High School officials discovered the marijuana and empty baggies intended for sale on the 18-year-old student shortly
before 10:30 a.m. They smelled the drug on the student and he confessed to having it in his backpack. The student was cooperative with police and explained that he has about five clients at the school and others away from school. He used to sell these â€œdime bagsâ€? of marijuana for $10 each. Police questioned the young man, but decided not to book him into jail because he was cooperative and because of the time of year. Police did however file his report with the prosecutor for felony charges of possession with intent to deliver marijuana. The seized drugs and empty baggies were placed in evidence.
Intoxicated man lands in jail for assault, mischief An intoxicated Seattle man assaulted his girlfriend and her family on Jan. 1. Police were called to a residence in the 200 block of Williams Avenue North just before 8 a.m. The 22-year-old Seattle man was seen rolling on the floor grabbing and hitting his girlfriendâ€™s mother as she responded back physically. Police could smell the strong odor of intoxicants coming from the man. After he was handcuffed, he had trouble standing and threw up on the floor. He apparently came to the home intoxicated that morning, disturbed his girlfriend by knocking on a bedroom window. He attempted to pull her out of the window and she struggled away. Then the man started banging on the front door and eventually broke a window. He then held his girlfriend by her hair and punched her in the face, according to the womanâ€™s mother. The mother then attempted to stop the 22-year-old and got into a physical fight with him.
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A Renton woman was harassed by her ex-boyfriend on Jan. 1. The 24-year-old woman recently ended a year and a half relationship with a 36-year-old, Seattle man she told police just after 8 p.m. She called them because she returned home from a weekend trip to discover a window broken out of her apartment. The woman suspected her exboyfriend because he sent text messages threatening her property, safety and the safety of her son. One of the texts read, â€œhave fun in ocean shores enjoy ur apt when u get back.â€? Because of this message, police believe the man knew about damage to her apartment or was even the one who did it. The man also mentioned that he would kill the woman in several texts and harm her son. The man was cited via compliant for investigation of harassment domestic violence for knowingly threatening his ex-girlfriend and her son with bodily injury and death.
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[ 737 from page 2] I thought it would be fun to bring the kids on a tour and learn about Rentonâ€™s rich aviation history. I discovered that tours arenâ€™t allowed at the Renton plant (public tours are available at Boeingâ€™s Everett plant). But Linda Lee, 737 Program Communications Manager was nice enough to invite me to join a party celebrating the accomplishments of Boeing employees this past Tuesday. Security is so tight at the Boeing plant that reporters are shuttled over to the building that overlooks the shores of Lake Washington and houses the 737 manufacturing lines. I wasnâ€™t sure what to expect as we walked inside the darkened hangar where a thin crack of light streaming through the gargantuan hangar door was the only tell that it was just 9:30 am.
Not in my wildest imagination would I have ever expected to experience flashing strobes, hazy smoke, and jet engines hanging from chains artfully like sides of beef at the hippest rave concert. Live music cranked out of speakers at a decibel that would rival any U2 concert. The mood of the employees was as high as the American flag displayed proudly. Our group headed toward the flag and the projected screen of Chase Mckinney rocking on a stage somewhere up front. When we surfaced at the head of the crowd there was a dais and behind that, looming â€œlarge and in chargeâ€? was the 35th airplane to be produced at the new rate of 35 737 per month. A slogan signed by hundreds of employees was pinned to the planes gleaming silver fuselage like an honorary badge. It said: Team 737 Rocks to 35 a month. Boeing 737 program vice president and general manager Beverly Wyse took the stage wearing a colorful t-shirt that said Boeing 737
M. The mood was exciting and hopeful. Wyse inspired all with praise. Because of the combined efforts of employees who created and implemented new lean efficiencies critical to meet order demands. As well as partnerships between suppliers, fabrication divisions, the union and key federal, state and local divisions were celebrated as the reason that the 737 MAX will be developed and manufactured here in Renton. Wyse said. The market will demand 23,000 single aisle airplanes over the next 20 years and Boeing has plans to capture half of that market. Which means decades of production in Renton. 38 a month in 2013 42 a month 2014 And someday 60 a month â€Ś thatâ€™s how many our customers will need in the future.â€? â€œYou made this happen!â€? Wyse exclaimed amid employee cheers. â€œThatâ€™s how weâ€™re taking 737 to the MAX!â€? Wyse said as light-weight beach balls began raining from high above via a crane.
Boeing employees kept the momentum alive by volleying the balls through the air like corn kernels in a popcorn popper. Soon after the immense hangar door slowly opened, letting in light as the crowd dispersed to enjoy music and tasty cupcakes before heading back to work. I made a bee-line for those hanging engines Iâ€™d glimpsed earlier in the dark. â€œCould you take my picture in front of one of these?â€? I asked standing in front of a huge jet engine. â€œSure.â€? The man said. I knew I had just outed myself as the ultimate tourist. But one look at that magnificent specimen of human engineering and I couldnâ€™t help uttering, â€œThis looks like the engine on the Space Shuttle!â€? The man Iâ€™d wrangled into taking my picture turned out to be Kenneth Balls, senior manager, 737 Propulsion Value Stream. â€œWould you like a tour?â€? he asked pointing to a row of exposed jet engines. â€œWould I!â€? I learned a lot that day. Cedar River Montessori School
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Oil painter works with cedar, blackberries The Renton Municipal Arts Commission will present local oil painter John Smither Jan. 9-Feb. 17 at Carco Theatre. Smither’s latest series revolves around a rough interpretation of the interplay between the cedar and blackberry plant forms. He sees the blackberries as “a quick growing alien interloper of the Seattle area, while the cedars are the long lived, older established norms which have been here a very long time.” Smither is originally from the Chicago
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Jake Nicholson of Renton has been involved with Village Theatreâ€™s KIDSTAGE program for the past three years. Gabrielle Nomura, Bellevue Reporter
Although the confident highschool senior doesnâ€™t show it â€“ Jake Nicholson is nervous. Itâ€™s Jan. 7, opening night of â€œGodspellâ€? at First Stage Theatre in Issaquah, and he plays a leading role â€“ Judas. He hopes heâ€™ll be able to say his lines with finesse, and whip out that darn double pirouette in one of the dance numbers. But when Nicholson takes the stage at 7:30 p.m., that fear gives way to an adrenaline rush. This is why he loves to perform. The naturally talented singer has been involved with Village Theatreâ€™s KIDSTAGE program for the past three years, in addition to acting in community theater in his hometown, Renton. But recently, heâ€™s been working hard to improve the dance element of musical theater performance. Thanks to Village Theatreâ€™s Institute, a program started a year ago for youth in grades 6 to 20 years, Nicholson is becoming the triple
threat heâ€™ll need to become to make it in show biz. From 3:45-10 p.m. each Monday night, Nicholson and his friends can be found here, at First Stage Theatre for their institute classes. Nicholson is able to connect with these likeminded young people better than many of his classmates at Bellevue Christian School. â€œI pick them up and we get dinner together,â€? he said. In addition to performing in many of the KIDSTAGE productions, the institute students work with instructors to improve their acting and vocal techniques, and even their high kicks and pirouettes. The program includes a college prep course for those like Nicholson, who hope to make musical theater a career. Nicholson will audition for top programs at University of Michigan, Ithaca and Carnegie Mellon this winter, and then learn where he was accepted in March. The performer, who has had leading roles in â€œHigh School Musical 2â€? and â€œHairspray,â€? says heâ€™s trying to
keep an open mind about where heâ€™ll land for his undergraduate education. Eventually, heâ€™d like to play LumiĂ¨re in â€œBeauty and the Beast,â€? on Broadway. The spirited Disney candlestick, as well as Judas in â€œGodspell,â€? are examples of the parts Nicholson likes. â€œItâ€™s a balance of that funny guy, plus, really good songs,â€? says the teen, who decided he wanted a career in the performing arts last year. Despite that becoming a starving artist in a down economy is â€œabsolutely terrifying,â€? Nicholson says, the Eastsider canâ€™t wait to try his luck at Broadway someday. â€œThis is going to sound so corny, but this is what makes me feel alive.â€? â€œGodspellâ€? runs into Jan. 22 at First Stage Theatre, 120 Front St. N, Issaquah. For more information about the show, and the Village Theatre youth programs, go to http://www.villagetheatre.org/.
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Swim teams hitting stride BY ADAM MCFADDEN
LINDBERGH MINI CHEER CAMP The Lindbergh High School cheerleaders are hosting a mini cheer camp Jan. 21. The camp runs from 9 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. at Lindbergh’s upper gym and costs $45. It is for boys and girls, ages four to 13. Campers receiver a T-shirt, picture with the LHS cheerleaders and entrance to the Jan. 27 boys basketball game. Campers should bring a sack lunch and large water bottle, as well as wear comfortable clothes. Contact Gina Leonard at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information or to RSVP.
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The Liberty boys swim and dive team is off to a 3-1 start this season with its only loss coming 95-90 to perennial power Mercer Island. The Patriots also have a strong non-league win over rival Hazen. "The team looks exceptionally good this year so far," Liberty coach Kris Daughters said. "The guys are pumped for the postseason." The Patriots have five individuals (with two more close) qualified for state, and all three relays already have state cuts. Logan Briggs has six state times, with his final two exSWIM & pected soon. Luke Duschl has two state times and is a contender in the 100 back. Kevin Hays has a state time in the 100 breast, and will be a key part of Liberty's relays. Raymond Ha and Nick Klatt also have qualified for state. Hays and diver Jesse Herrild are the team's most improved athletes so far this year. Sophomore Connor Biehl has also improved quite a bit and is less than a second off of state times in three events. Herrild, Biehl, Jarrett Brown, Josh Johnson and Kyle Sargent have qualified for districts.
Top: Liberty’s Nick Klatt (front) swims against Hazen’s Chase Onstot Jan. 3. Left: Liberty’s Luke Duschl. Lower left: Liberty’s Raymond Ha. ADAM MCFADDEN, Renton Reporter
Indian relays have qualified for districts. Earlier this season, Sholdra impressively qualified for the 100, 200 and 500 free races in the same event.
Renton The Indians have suffered through some nagging injuries and are off to a 1-2 start. Leaders Steve Sholdra and Tyler Pascual have been strong as always. As the regular season winds down, coach Diane Pavelin said the team hopes to "keep improving, get healthy and get a few more qualified for districts." Sholdra, the defending 2A state 500 free
champion, has already qualified for state in seven events and he should get his eighth time soon (his second straight year as an Ironman). Pascual has several district times, and all three
The Eagles are off to a 3-1 start this season. All three of the team's relays are close to qualifying for state, and coach Roger Miron hopes to have those state times very soon. "My expectations for the rest of the season are to continue working hard and qualifying as many swimmers as we can for the district meet," Miron said. "Our goal is still the same, in terms of the district meet, finishing in the top two." Lindbergh finished second at districts last year and already has 30 district-qualifying performances, from Adrian Franco-Munoz, AJ Lim, Titus Owen, Sam Seid, Connor Guhlke, Aaron Jacobsen and Jason Kane. Andrew Franco-Munoz has already qualified for state and has the second-best 2A time in the 100 fly.
January 13, 2012 
Lindberghâ€™s Emily Graver signs her Letter of Intent to play basketball for Concordia University. Behind her (from left to right): Lindbergh assistant coach Victoria Chappell, Lindbergh head coach Alan Dodson, parents Kim and Ron Graver, Emerald City Basketball Association coach G.C. Hillburn and Renton Christian School Athletic Director Tony Lambert. SUBMITTED
Graver signs LoI to play for Concordia
Mountaineer coach Don Sims kneels and addresses his team during a timeout. SUBMITTED
Professional basketball action comes to Renton The Seattle Mountaineers will play their first home game of the season Saturday at Renton High School at 7 p.m. The Mountaineers compete in the American Basketball Association, and are
currently ranked 23rd out of the Association's 70 teams. The team features many local players, including Renton High boys basketball assistant Rashaad Powell.
The Hazen boys basketball team topped Renton 46-39 Tuesday. The Highlanders (7-6 overall, 5-2 Seamount) are in third place in the Seamount. Renton (5-8, 3-4) is in fifth. The Indians took the lead early, opening the game on a 15-6 run. But Hazen chipped away at the lead and finally took over the fourth. Alex Olson led Hazen with 14 points. Frankie Johnson scored 13. Jonathan Patterson scored 16 for Renton.
Girls basketball The Renton girls basketball team beat Hazen 45-39 Tuesday. The Indians (8-4, 7-0) remain in first place in the Seamount, with a two-game lead over Kennedy Catholic. Hazen (5-7, 4-3) is in fourth. Renton built a 17-point lead heading into the fourth quarter thanks to an 18-7 run in the third. Hazen made a comeback in the
The Hazen wrestling team finished third at the Liberty Invitational Wrestling Tournament Jan. 7. At the Liberty invite, Jayden Schwope (106 pounds), Austin Clark (132), Daniel Karpman (138) and Hector Esquivel (195) all took second.
final period, outscoring Renton 17-6. Jordan Armstrong and Shanease Kenner each scored 15 for Renton. Airashay Rogers led Hazen with 12.
points, 10.0 rebounds) as a junior, as well as leading the team in steals and assists. She also led Lindbergh in points, rebounds, assists and steals as a sophomore. Lindbergh is off to a 5-4 start and is in third place in the Seamount League.
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...obituaries Bobby Virk to run for Prentice seat John E. “Jack” Schneider
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Loving father and grandfather, Jack passed away a week shy of his 92nd birthday in Redmond, WA. Dubbed “a character” by all who knew him because of his sharp wit, quick retorts, & infectious laugh, he will be dearly missed by son & daughter-in-law Steve & Marlene Schneider, grandchildren Kim & Eric Schneider, & daughter Jan Parsons. He was born in Seattle & raised in Issaquah, was a member of Kappa Sigma fraternity at UW, & a championship skier with the U of W Ski Club. He stayed active with the Ancient Skiers for many years. In the Air Force in WW II, he taught flying at Luke Field, AFB, AZ and Instructor Pilots at Randolph AFB, TX. While in AZ he married Florence McCartney, who preceded him in death in 1993 after 50 wonderful years of marriage. Their second son, Scott, died in Viet Nam. Jack & Flo lived in Renton & he worked at Boeing in Industrial Engineering & with the AOG group, where he traveled the world. He stayed active in the Air Force Reserves & received the rank of Colonel before retiring from both in 1990. He was a longtime member of the Renton Lyons & was active with the club in Crawley, England when living there. He married Olive Overbye in 1994 & the two spent many happy years golfing and enjoying friends until her death in 2010. He is also survived by step-sons Gordon and Dennis Overbye, daughter-in-law Nancy Wartik & granddaughter Mira. No services are planned.
Dr. Bobby Virk, 40, of Renton will run for the state Senate seat now held by retiring Sen. Margarita Prentice, who has endorsed Virk’s candidacy. Prentice announced last week that she would not seek a sixth term in the Senate. Her decision follows the redrawing of the 11th Legislative District boundaries that put her West Hill home in the 37th District. Prentice’s term ends in early January 2013. Prentice, 80, was appointed to the state House of Representatives in 1988, then elected
Jim Flynn of Renton, a retired union electrician, announced Tuesday he will run for the state House of Representative
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to a family of farmers and a military officer. “I’m running for the state Senate because our state and our country have given me so much. With my business and healthcare background and my passion for education, I will work every day in Olympia to ensure that the promise of economic opportunity is within the reach of every man, woman, and child,” he said in a news release. Virk praise the Prentice’s long career, saying “her commitment to the community she loves so deeply is unparalleled.”
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Charles Adair Goodwin died January 8, 2012 in Seattle, WA. Charles was born June 2, 1915 in Minneapolis, Minn. His parents Charles A. Goodwin and his mother Daisy D. Smith preceded him in death as did his 2 sisters, Leona Goodwin Small, Marjorie Goodwin Streva and 3 brothers, Phillip, Aaron and Donald. The love of his life, Eva Attleson Goodwin died in 2001. They were married 65 years. He is survived by 3 brothers, Raymond, Richard and William; also his 2 daughters Patricia Goodwin Sell (Richard), Joyce Goodwin Peterson (John) and 3 grandchildren, Michael Sell, Eric Peterson and Kimberly Peterson Hackman (Michael), 3 great grandchildren, John D. Peterson, Samantha Eva and Ethan M. Hackman. Plus many, many nieces and nephews. Charles was one of the 1st five original paid firemen hired by the City of Renton in 1945. He was very proud of being a Renton Firefighter and saved many people including many children. He also was proud of being part of the CCC’s (Civilian Conservation Corps) during the Depression; they built roads, bridges, trestles for trains, highways, etc. in the 1930’s. Charles was a member of St. Andrews Masonic Temple in Renton, and also Knights of Pythia’s (he never saw a Fraternal Lodge he didn’t like). Charles married Eva Attleson in 1936 and had 65 years together. They travelled the world several times, spending time with the Aboriginals of Australia, the headhunters (Mud People) of New Guinea, rode camels in the Gobi Desert; saw Carnival in Rio de Janeiro, traveled down the Li River in China on a raft. So many wonderful trips together including 14 cruises. Eva died April 18, 2001 and he missed her every day. Now he is again with his true love for eternity. Celebration of Life service will be at St. Matthews Lutheran Church on Monroe Ave. in Renton on Jan. 14, 2012 at 1 p.m. Donations can be given to the Renton Firefighter’s Widows and Orphans Fund c/o Renton Fire Dept. Renton, WA. or to Renton Historical Museum, Renton, WA. Charles and Eva were Lifetime Members of the Museum.
to two terms. Her Senate career began in 1992. Virk practices orthodontics and consults in the field of dentistry Bobby Virk in the Puget Sound region. He and his wife, Dr. Helena Skountrianos, have two sons, Aris and Karan. Only in America could his life story play out, says Virk, who was born in the Punjab region of India
seat in the 11th Legislative District now held by Zack Hudgins. Hudgins of Tukwila announced in November that he will run for secretary of state, rather than seek a sixth term in the House. The 11th Legislative District includes parts of Renton, Tukwila, Seattle, Kent and unincorporated King County. “Your perspective will be presented to the Washington State Legislature with sincerity and confidence, once I am elected as an 11th Legislative
District representative,” said Flynn in a press release. Jim Flynn “Together, we can correct the existential crisis faced by many departments within the state that provide social order, services and enforcement.” Flynn has lived in South King County since his honorable discharge from the U.S. Coast Guard in 1969. Flynn said
his proudest achievement was securing a family wage job with good benefits and a great retirement. He said everyone in the 11th Legislative District should have this privilege. Flynn and his wife Lynette, a pharmacy technician, live in the Benson Hill area of Renton where he serves as a Democratic Precinct Committee officer. He has been active with the 11th Legislative Democratic Organization since 2004. Flynn’s website is http:// www.electjimflynn.com.
PUBLIC NOTICES CITY OF RENTON NOTICE OF PUBLIC MEETING RENTON CITY COUNCIL NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the Renton City Council has fixed the 23rd day of January, 2012, at 7:00 p.m. as the date and time for a public meeting to be held in the seventh floor Council Chambers of Renton City Hall, 1055 S. Grady Way, Renton, 98057, to consider the following: 10% Notice of Intent to Annex approximately 4.3 acres located south of NE 16th St, if extended, west but not abutting 148th Ave. SE, north of NE Sunset Blvd, and east of Jericho Ave NE, if extended. (Windstone V Annexation; File No. A-11-004; Proponent: KBS Development Corp.) All interested parties are invited to attend the public meeting and present written or oral comments regarding the proposal. City Hall is fully accessible, and interpretive services for the hearing impaired will be provided upon prior notice. Call 425-430-6510 for additional information. Bonnie I. Walton City Clerk Published in the Renton Reporter on January 13, 2012. #572954.
KING COUNTY DEPT. OF DEVELOPMENT & ENVIRONMENTAL SERVICES (DDES) 900 Oakesdale Ave SW, Renton, WA 98057-5212 NOTICE OF PERMIT APPLICATION REQUEST: Clearing & Grading Permit File: L11CG224 Applicant: Charles Air Location: 9010 E. Marginal Way Seattle Proposal: Redevelopment of existing site within KC International Airport property from office bldg & large parking are to 34,000 sq.ft. airline hangar & support facilities SEPA Contact: Mark Mitchell 206-296-7119 COMMENT PROCEDURES: DDES will issue an environmental determination on this application following a 21-day comment period that ends on February 6, 2012. Written comments and additional information can be obtained by contacting the SEPA Project Manager at the phone number listed above. Published in the Renton Reporter on January 13, 2012. #571483.
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