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Renton Culinary Club members, from left, artistic adviser Kizztophe Asuncion; Tyree Bryant; treasurer Jazmine Burciu-Curry; secretary Nailah Eubanks; vice president D’Andre Johnson; president Nick Mobley, and vice president Christina Gryniv made “buck eyes,” a chocolate-covered, peanut butter dessert. CHARLES CORTES, Renton Reporter
They’re cookin’ up a family BY TRACEY COMPTON email@example.com
Family is the one word that students in Renton High School’s Culinary Club use to define their relationship. The tight-knit group has become an in-demand business with the success of their student-run catering company, An Essence of Renton. The students have catered at least 20 to 30 events in the area. Past events have included a Swedish Hospital fundraiser that they partner with Seattle’s Wild Ginger restaurant to work. They have also done events for the Renton Chamber of Commerce, Piazza Renton, Skills USA, Seattle Internation-
al Film Festival, events for the district and Renton High School. Their company has a core group of 12 to 14 students and a maximum of 35 for large events. Formed four years ago, the club and business have “I don’t think there’s taught the teens anyone in there who not only practidoesn’t have a plan cal lessons in for their future.” Nick the kitchen and business, but in Mobley, club president life too. It is pressing them on to pursue their future dreams whether they are in the culinary arts or something else. “I don’t think there’s anyone in there who doesn’t have a plan for their future,” said Nick Mobley, a Renton High senior and president of the club. Originally, Mobley started taking classes at the school because he wanted
to one day be a chef. He’s learned hard work, dedication and responsibility throughout his experience with the club and now wants to be a surgeon. “I started coming in and showing up every day. I got to working hard,” he said. “And after a while culinary wasn’t exactly what I wanted to do, but I got so close to everybody in here that I couldn’t leave. There was no option, it’s like I couldn’t separate myself from my family because that’s who they are.” In their interactions there is screaming, crying and yelling as they all work to better their culinary skills, Mobley said. He credits his instructor, Aleta Konkol, for a lot of his development and says many of the students call her “mom.” Konkol tries to capitalize on the students’ enthusiasm and hard work [ more CULINARY page 10 ]
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Renton got hit with several inches of snow Wednesday, maybe not as much as was expected but easily enough to close schools and snarl the commute. The snow closed some businesses; those that were open had a scarcity of customers. The storm wasn’t a surprise, as forecasters had been tracking it closely for days. However in the end as it got closer it became apparent that the snow wouldn’t fall as deeply as predicted. The storm arrived from the south, with deeper snow amounts in south Puget Sound southward. For many Wednesday was a day of play. Todd Schlegel of Renton brought his two kids, Mason, 5, and Mira, 7, to Liberty Park for a some sliding at the Skateboard Park. Mira Schlegel, 7, is all smiles as she “The kids have slides down a ramp at Skateboard Park been waiting Wednesday at Liberty Park. Garren for it,” Schlegel Turner helped her and brother Mason said of the snow. get set up for the runs. DEAN A. RADFORD, They started Renton Reporter asking about the snow on Tuesday. The snow was turning to a freezing rain while they were there in the late morning. All garbage, recycling and yard/food waste had been collected in the city through Tuesday, accord-
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Lakeshore donates $4,000 to help fire district buy gear BY DEAN A. RADFORD firstname.lastname@example.org
The Lakeshore retirement community on Lake Washington has donated more than $40,000 in the last eight years to King County Fire District 20 to use to buy medical supplies and equipment. Last week after a series of fundraising luncheons, the Lakeshore presented just over $4,000 to the fire district, which serves the West Hill/Skyway area, at a luncheon attended by nearly 140 people. The donation included $1,000 from the The Lakeshore. â€œFor us, these firefighters and medics are the best neighbors you could ask for,â€? said Cheryl St. Louis, The Lakeshoreâ€™s executive director, in a press release. â€œWhen your neighbors need help, you help them. Giving back to these firefighters and medics makes perfect sense.â€? In all donations to the fundraisers from residents and their friends and family have raised more than $43,500. â€œThis year, the fire district is looking to buy a car seat for our aid car as the fire district is now transporting patients and wants to make sure should we need to transport, we have them safely secured,â€? said Dave
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VALLEY ORTHOPEDICS DONATES $5,000 TO SALVATION ARMY Valley Orthopedic Associates donated $5,000 to the Salvation Army Renton Corps in December to help keep the shelves stocked at the Salvation Army Renton Rotary Food Bank. Valley Orthopedic Associates created a Friendship Fund to help organizations in Renton, Kent and the Snoqualmie area. Charities to help are chosen by employees, who donate the money. Valley Orthopedic Associates (VOA) representatives presented the $5,000 donation check to Captain Chris Aird, corps officer. Making the presentation were Michele Croft, VOA lead medical assistant supervisor, Jeanine Martin, business office manager, and Di Madsen, operations manager. Founded in 1973, Valley Orthopedic Associates is one of the largest orthopedic practices in the Pacific Northwest, with locations in Renton and Covington.
The City of Renton needs to do a better job of reaching the diverse populations of the Renton Highlands community if officials are to get real dialogue and feedback on plans to create a new and expanded Highlands Library. That was the message repeated by community members at an open house for the project last week. City officials, King County Library System staff, developers and Portland-based THA Architecture team staffers all outnumbered the community members who attended the event. â€œMy biggest concern was the fact that the people who usually use that library right now are the ones who are not represented here,â€? said resident Cynthia Burns. Burns has lived in the community for 30 years and said English is not a first language for many Highlands residents. Having served on community boards, she said itâ€™s a problem sheâ€™s seen with the City of Renton repeatedly. There is a tendency for the people most impacted by a facility or development not to show up. â€œI donâ€™t know if itâ€™s because it is a population where the adults are not the first-generation Americans,â€? Burns said. â€œSo, the kids do a lot of translating for the parents. Or, if it is the parents not being first-generation Americans, they donâ€™t want to be near officials.â€?
This is how the entryway to the new Highlands Library could look. SUBMITTED Michael Riley did not like what he saw of the library conceptual plans that THA Architects presented. â€œThereâ€™s not enough room for library facilities,â€? he said. â€œThereâ€™s too large a proportion given over to a large meeting room, which is not used. And itâ€™s using a huge portion of the space for staff activities and back-of-house stuff.â€? Riley felt the plans were interesting and paralleled similar use-of-space ideas in the newly proposed downtown library. THA Architecture team member, Jane Barker, felt that the exchange during the open house was pretty typical of what she is used to experiencing in community meetings for design projects. Sometimes the atmosphere is much more contentious, she said. â€œIt was a wonderful dialogue as far as what the issues are and
hopefully weâ€™ll address them and make sure that as the project moves forward it meets everybodyâ€™s community needs as best it can,â€? Barker said. Despite her concerns about the open houseâ€™s attendance, Cynthia Burns called the architects plans â€œwonderful.â€? She has regarded the Highlands library as a childrenâ€™s library all the years that sheâ€™s lived in the community. Burns said itâ€™s nice to see the library grow up but still have space dedicated to a childrenâ€™s and teen area. The library expansion is part of the larger Sunset redevelopment project, which seeks to add a neighborhood park, four- to five-story apartments, townhouse and mixed-use housing. Renton Housing Authority and Colpitts Development had rep-
resentatives at the meeting. The housing authority is redeveloping its Sunset Terrace apartment complex. Chris Burns, Cynthiaâ€™s son, told the representatives that she was concerned that current residents would be priced out of the new housing and unable to return to the community. â€œSo, I would not like to see that, thatâ€™s not a community value of mine to displace the poor and people of color in favor of higher income areas that are attracted by things like new buildings and more expensive housing,â€? he said after the meeting. Alex Pietsch, community and economic development administrator for the city, said that Renton Housing Authority has a strategy for redeveloping the housing with respect to preventing this from happening. People displaced by the redevelopment would have the first opportunity to come back to the development, Pietsch said. â€œThe goal here is to create a mixed-income neighborhood,â€? Pietsch said. Colpitts portion of the development will be market-rate housing. Others are supposed to be affordable. Right now the library is the only piece of the redevelopment project that is funded. City of Renton and KCLS staff said they would work on ways to get the presentation out to the community and consider the ideas presented at the event.
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ing to city spokeswoman, Preeti Shridhar. Yard and food waste not collected on regular days later in the week will be collected on the next regularly scheduled collection day the week of Jan. 23. If garbage and recycling collection was missed due to the weather on either Thursday or Friday, the collection day will be one day later than the normal collection day, according to Shridhar. The National Weather Services online forecast map of Western Washington was awash in a dark pink, the signal for a winter storm warning. It seemed incongruous, since on Tuesday, at least parts of region were enjoying a sunny afternoon. Snoqualmie Pass was closed repeatedly during the week as storms dumped snow there, raising the threat of avalanche. Renton got a warmup for the big snow, when lesser amounts fell over the three-day weekend. Facing a cold night in the upper 20s, 24 people signed up to stay at the cold-
weather shelter Monday night. Initially, the shelter was to open only Monday and Tuesday, but faced with Wednesdayâ€™s storm, it was open Wednesday and Thursday, too. The shelter is the Harambee Church, 316 S. Third St. in Renton. The church provides separate areas for men and women and families. Local, county and state crews spent the week either preparing for the storm or dealing with the snow once it began to fall. Renton is home to the countyâ€™s maintenance shops, from where sand, de-icing chemicals and heavy equipment are dispatched to county roads. Wednesdayâ€™s storm wasnâ€™t the last of the unsettled and intense weather that Olâ€™ Man Winter had planned for the region. The snow was forecast to turn to rain on Thursday, with rain only on Friday. Highs will reach into the mid-40s Friday and into the weekend, with the lows to high for more snow. The storms this week forced changes to commuter habits and bus routes. Metro Transit has updated route information online at metro.kingcounty.gov.
Foundation cancels Circle of Giving event due to weather The Renton Community Foundation canceled its annual Circle of Giving Awards Celebration planned for last Wednesday due to weather concerns.
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Former Renton pastor pleads guilty to fraud The pastor of the New Christian Covenant Center once located in Renton, who defrauded two dozen parishioners out of more than $1.6 million, pleaded guilty last week in U.S. District Court in Seattle to wire fraud and money laundering, according to a U.S. Department of Justice press release. Anthony C. Morris, 48, admitted his fraud was a â€˜Ponziâ€™ scheme where early investors were paid off from the money taken from later investors. U.S. District Judge Richard A. Jones will sentence Morris on April 6. The congregation meets in Tukwila. The federal release outlines the case: According to the plea agreement and charges filed in the case, between 2003 and April 2011, Morris convinced various investors to provide him money based on false and fraudulent representations. Morris told various investors that their money would be placed in an overseas trading program, or used to invest in property for his church. Morris represented that the investments would provide a high rate of return in a short period of time. Morris promised to return investor money in as little as a few days or a few weeks, with returns of as much as 400 percent. All these representations were false, and in fact Morris simply used the funds from later investors to pay off earlier investors. Some of the money went for Morrisâ€™ expenses and for the expenses of his church.
In one 2007 instance described in the plea agreement, a victim provided Morris with a $30,000 loan for investment purposes, on the promise that Morris would repay him, with interest, in 30 days. Despite repeated promises the money was never repaid. Under the terms of the plea agreement, the exact amount of restitution is still being calculated, but Morris has agreed to pay the full amount determined by the court. Wire fraud is punishable by up to 20 years in prison and money laundering is punishable by up to 10 years in prison. The case was investigated by the FBI and Internal Revenue Service Criminal Investigation. The case is being prosecuted by Assistant United States Attorneys Carl Blackstone and Matthew Diggs. Federal officials offered tips on how to avoid becoming a victim of a Ponzi scheme. Discuss investment ideas with an unbiased third party such as an attorney; an accountant; or a licensed financial advisor The historical average stock market returns are around 8 to 12% a year. Investments which claim to be able to exceed these amounts (for example 2% a month or 300% a year, etc.) should be viewed very skeptically. If it sounds too good to be true, it probably is. Donâ€™t trust someone with your money (whether for investment or for loan) just because you know them or because they have an impressive or â€œsafeâ€? sounding title.
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Teenager steals from Fryâ€™s The following information was taken from City of Renton police reports.
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A 16-year-old boy stole merchandise from an electronics store on Jan. 1. The 16-year-old was observed in Fryâ€™s Electronics Store, 800 Garden Ave. N., selecting and concealing several items on his body. He did not attempt to pay for them before leaving the store. The boy picked up a screen cleaner and some head phones. Loss prevention specialists had the boy in custody when police arrived after 4 p.m. He told police that he was shopping for other items when he saw the head phonesâ€™ box was slightly open and decided to take them. Police arrested the teen for investigation of theft.
Concrete man carries guns into Walmart Police responded to a man armed with two loaded guns for breaching the peace at an area store on Jan. 1. Police arrived at the Renton Walmart, 743 Rainier Ave. S., to stop a man coming out of the store with a holstered loaded gun. They also discovered another
loaded gun hidden under his clothes with a suppressor attached to it. Store staff said that the 40-yearold Concrete man was in the money transfer center and was agitated. His ATM card was not working. Before he left the store he talked loudly into his phone to his mother, making threats against the store. The man was cooperative with police and they took his guns and a knife from him and impounded them. He was also trespassed from the store for one year.
Woman finds bullet in her vehicle A woman discovered a bullet in her vehicle on Jan. 1. Police were called to a residence in the 700 block of Shelton Avenue Northeast at 12:35 p.m. The 70-year-old woman told police she heard a loud bang earlier that morning. She went outside and only discovered her newspaper delivery person, who didnâ€™t see anyone near the car.
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Police break up another big party Police broke up a loud party on Dec. 31. Police were called to a residence in the 11900 block of Southeast 160th Street at 1:34 a.m. A nearby neighbor told them of the disturbance and past incidents of loud parties. While police were talking to the frustrated neighbor, multiple partygoers exited the residence and left in cars. Police had previously contacted the 21-year-old renter about other parties. The man told them that he was throwing a party for his friend who just got back from Iraq. Police told the man that was the same excuse he used two weeks ago when they were called to his place. Police smelled marijuana emanating from the residence. They told him that there are no more warnings and he is going to be charged with breach of peace from now on.
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f course, there is a cost that property owners will bear on their property taxes for all three measures. But itâ€™s a small cost, $14 a month on a median-priced home of $252,000. We wonâ€™t figure out how many lattes you can buy with $14. Without question, our schools are worth it. Thereâ€™s an immediate downside if any of the measures fail â€“ the flip side of all those positives. An M and O levy failure means, among others, program and staff cuts; McKnight gets more crowded and learning suffers if the bond measure fails. It might be tempting when making a decision to factor in the recent state Supreme Courtâ€™s ruling reinforcing the stateâ€™s obligation to pay for all basic education. Efforts are under way to fully meet that obligation, but those efforts will take years to bear fruit and the need for local support will always remain. There always will be local levies and bond measures to pay for major capital projects. Those are just a fact of life. The Renton Reporter recommends a yes vote on the two levies and bond measure on the Feb. 14 ballot.
SBA looking at new ways to improve its services Every January, Americans look ahead with the desire to start the New Year with fresh ideas and hopes to improve. The U.S. Small Business Administration is doing the same thing â€“ regularly meeting with lenders and resources partners to get feedback on ways to improve our loan programs and services. And, this past year the SBA engaged more than 150 community lenders in all 50 states to provide comments on ways that the SBAâ€™s CAPLines Program could work more effectively for both SBA lenders and small businesses, as this program has been underutilized. SBAâ€™s CAPLines Program helps small businesses meet their short-term and cyclical working capital needs. The SBA provides up to an 85 percent guarantee. There are four loan programs under CAPLines: Seasonal Line of Credit Program, Contract Loan Program, Builders Line Program and Working Capital Line. These are the key benefits of the program: tÄ‡ F4#"OPMPOHFSSFRVJSFTTNBMMCVTJOFTT PXOFSTXJUIPVUCVJMEJOHPSFRVJQNFOUUPVTF their personal assets as collateral to secure working capital. t4NBMMCVTJOFTTFTDBOQMFEHFBDDPVOUTSFDFJW able, inventory, contracts, and purchase orders in order to secure an SBA revolving line of credit. For example: when fulfilling a purchase order SFRVFTU UIFTBNFPSEFSDBOCFVTFEBTDPMMBUFSBM to obtain an SBA-guaranteed line of credit to hire more workers and buy more materials. t4NBMMCVTJOFTTTVCDPOUSBDUPSTDBOPCUBJOBO Calvin Goings
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entonâ€™s voters are being asked to help ensure their kidâ€™s present and their future when they decide the fate of two levies and a bond measure Feb. 14. Renton residents have always been generous toward their schools and have been rewarded with remodeled elementary schools, improving graduation rates and some big-time awards. One levy is the familiar Maintenance and Operations Replacement Levy that voters are asked to renew every four years. Maintenance and operations make up about a third of the districtâ€™s budget A Technology Levy is part of the districtâ€™s long-term technology plan. It provides for math, reading and writing instruction, training, computers and hardware and more. Technology is the future and Rentonâ€™s students need to be ready for that future. Even if you havenâ€™t been there, you can imagine what itâ€™s like to walk down the hall with 1,400 students at McKnight Middle School, the largest school in the district. McKnight is overcrowded, which hampers learning and teaching; a new middle school is long overdue. The Building for a Lifetime of Learning School Building Improvement Bond would raise $97 million to build a new 800-student middle school at the current Renton Academy site in the northern part of the district, among other projects. The bond would also cover renovation of the pool at Lindbergh High School and improvements, upgrades and modernization of other schools.
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CISR looks for mentors The need is especially great for male mentors, Fiksdal said. The organization recruits and trains new mentors year-round. Volunteers donâ€™t have to worry about brushing up on their skills, as mentors are just encouraged to show up each week, build trust and serve as a consistent caring adult in the lives of students. Fiksdal has been with CIS of Renton since September. She is urging Renton business leaders to consider how they can encourage and enable their employees to serve as mentors. â€œSometimes all it takes is for an employer to add an extra 15 minutes to an employeeâ€™s lunch break one day a week, allowing them enough time to get to and from a mentoring session,â€? Fiksdal said. For more information about how to become a mentor, contact Fiksdal at email@example.com or by calling 425-430-6659. CIS of Renton is also on Facebook and Twitter.
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Communities in Schools of Renton is calling on members of the community to become mentors for their New Yearâ€™s resolution. Mentor Program Manager Mara Fiksdal is asking for investment in Rentonâ€™s youth as January â€œThe needs in the marks Mentoring community are Month in the city. greater than they â€œThe needs in have been in the the community are past.â€? Mara Fiksdal greater than they have been in the past,â€? Fiksdal said. The demographics of the area have changed since the group started in Renton in 1995 and they are hearing a lot from family liaisons in the district on increasing needs in the community, she said. CIS of Renton currently has about 180 children in their mentoring program. However, for every one child that is paired with a mentor, at least five additional students could use a mentor.
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The Maple Valley Youth Symphony Orchestra will be hosting its fourth annual Waltz Gala Ball at Lake Wilderness Lodge from 6:30-10:30 p.m. Feb. 3. The black tie optional evening includes live dance music performed by MVYSOâ€™s Symphony Orchestra, silent auction, dessert auction and a dinner catered by Cedar Grill. Tickets are $40 for adults and $35 for under 18. All proceeds will benefit Maple Valley Youth Symphony Orchestra, helping them keep tuition low allowing their programs to be accessible to every young musician. For tickets and information, visit www.mvyso.org or call 425-358-1640. Tickets must be purchased in advance.
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Student baked cakes for Renton High Schoolâ€™s Centennial [ CULINARY from page 1] as an avenue to them pursuing higher education. â€œI donâ€™t just push that they do culinary,â€? she said. â€œI personally want them to do a four-year (college program), thatâ€™s just as a mom.â€? Yet many of her students have found their passion in the culinary arts from their time spent with the club. The class means a lot to student Christina Gryniv. She baked cakes for the giant Renton High School Centennial cake presented at a ceremony last summer for the club. Gryniv like baking and wants to pursue it as a career although her plans arenâ€™t completely formed. â€œIâ€™m always here, (the class) helped me grow and become more responsible and more of a leader,â€? Gryniv said. â€œIt helped me in a lot of ways and taught me a whole bunch of new stuff.â€? Student Dandre Johnson Katz plans to go into the Air Force first and then becoming a chef and having his own restaurant. His specially created cake balls were a hit at the Seattle International Film Festival in the IKEA Performing Arts Center at Renton High.
An Essence of Renton sold food items for the filsm â€œIt became a big hit,â€? Johnson Katz said. â€œI just make stuff that comes to the top of my head and they get out and everybody likes it.â€? The students work hard to fill their catering requests. They work over school breaks and sometimes after school late into the evening. â€œWeâ€™re just ready to work and cook,â€? said student Nailah Eubanks. Recently An Essence of Renton catered a breakfast for about 320 people for the school district. Within Renton High the chef â€™s jackets that club members wear have become so popular that Konkol had to increase the service-hour requirements to get them. All the profits the company makes goes for supplies and scholarships. Last year they were able to give out two $500 scholarships. This year they are trying for more. â€œI donâ€™t know what the futureâ€™s going to be like, but I can tell you Iâ€™ve learned more about life in this room than I probably will anywhere I will ever go,â€? said Mobley.
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Culinary Club President Nick Mobley, left, has artistic adviser Kizztophe Asuncion bring up a plate of â€œbuck eye,â€? a chocolatecovered, peanut-butter dessert for vice president Christina Grynir to add more of the dessert. CHARLES CORTES, Renton Reporter
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Crunch time closes in for basketball teams bring that back to Lindbergh,â€? said assistant coach Victoria Chappell. â€œAnd itâ€™s very encouraging for those young players to now see the success of the varsity.â€? The program has a JV team for the first time in three years. â€œItâ€™s exciting to be winning games,â€? said senior Emily Graver. â€œBut we have to keep practicing hard because we definitely still have work to do.â€? Graver recently committed to play basketball for Concordia University in Portland. She picked Concordia over Centralia Community College because she felt a four-year university was a better fit. She hopes to play shooting guard and study exercise science. Graver is fifth in the Seamount with 17.9 points per game. Sophomore Aleisha Simpson is also having a strong season with 7.2 rebounds and 5.7 points per game.
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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 Lindberghâ€™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 email@example.com for more information or to RSVP.
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Renton girls basketball coach Tim White saw this coming. He knew this team would have just the right mix to be something special. So far, heâ€™s been right. The Indians are off to a perfect 8-0 start in the Seamount and stand at 9-4 overall, even with a challenging non-league schedule. â€œItâ€™s been going really well,â€? White said. â€œWeâ€™ve just been winning, and weâ€™ve stuck together as a team. Theyâ€™ve bonded and I love that about them.â€? Knowing his team would have a lot of potential, White stacked the non-league schedule so he could learn what his team needs to work on. First, Renton fell to Holy Names (11-2), the defending 3A state champion. Then Renton took on River Ridge (9-5), a team thatâ€™s won the 2A title three times since 2007 and placed third at state last year. Renton also lost to Spanaway Lake (10-4) and Port Angeles (8-5) in close, non-league games. Each game helped White learn something about his team. The biggest hints were that the Indians needed to work on rebounding and freethrow shooting. â€œThat schedule gave me an opportunity to assess where we were outside of the league,â€? White said. â€œIt was all about seeing what type of adjustments to make.â€? If Renton can get those right, to go with a steady offense and Whiteâ€™s trademark pressure defense, the team could be looking at its first state tournament berth since finishing second in the 4A tournament in 1987. On offense, the Indians have great balance with Taylor Farris, Jordan Armstrong, Shanease Kenner, Priscilla Tuiasosopo and Tia Bryant all averaging more than eight potions per game.
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Defensively, Indians have been especially tough on teams in the early stages of games, allowing an average of 8.46 points per quarter in the first quarters of games. The team pressures on the perimeter and Farris, a 5-foot-10 sophomore, is averaging 9.0 blocks per game inside. More basketball from around the Seamount: - The Lindbergh girls team is well on its way to a winning season for the first time since the 2008-2009 season.
â€œWhen we play together on the court, we can play with anybody,â€? said coach Allen Dodson. â€œWeâ€™re not just trying to stay in games any- Behind senior Jimmy Keum, more. Weâ€™re trying to win games.â€? Lindbergh is averaging 61.64 points The Eagles are 6-5 overall and per game, second in the Seamount. 5-3 in the Seamount. They are Keum is also second individually, currently the top 2A seed, which at 19.0 points per game. Keum is would give them a guaranteed trip among the leagueâ€™s five in scoring, to districts if they can hold on to free throws, assists, steals, blocks that. and three-point field goals. The biggest key to the programâ€™s [ more BBALL page 12 ] revival is better numbers and a JV program. â€œWeâ€™ve struggled to Best Friends
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- Since losing its only league game of the season 42-41 in overtime against Lake Washington Jan. 4, the Liberty girls team has won three straight, by an average of 13.33 points. Senior Aspen Winegar leads the team in scoring (14.6 points) and rebounds (6.6) per game, but the Patriots real strength is depth. Coach Randy Leifer uses his bench with confidence. The team has eight players who have scored at least 40 points and eight with at least 40 rebounds this season.
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...obituaries Lindbergh tied for second seed John was born July 23, 1927 in Onida, SD to Gerhard and Mary Fast. He joined a family of 6 brothers and 3 sisters. John passed away peacefully January 9, 2012 after suffering from a stroke January 4th. He is survived by his loving wife, Betty; daughters, Kay (Greg) Hammer, Deanna (Mark) Boonie, Candy (Ken) Burgess; sons, Mike Fast, Bill (Sandra) Fast; 3 brothers; 12 grandchildren, 22 great-grandchildren and 2 great-great-grandchildren. Son, James (Jim) Fast preceded him in death. A joyful celebration of his life will be held Saturday, January 21, at Fairwood Assembly of God, 131120 SE 192nd St, Renton, 1:00 p.m. Please visit email@example.com to view photos and sign his guestbook.
The Eagles have hit a bit of a rut this month by losing five of six games. Even so, they are tied with Foster for fourth in the Seamount. More important, they are tied with Foster for the leagueâ€™s second 2A seed. The top two 2A seeds earn a guaranteed trip to districts.
Priscilla E. Fortenberry, 66, passed away peacefully January 11, 2012 with her loving family by her side. Born in Kingburg, CA, she had resided in the Covington area the last 44 years. Priscilla enjoyed going to garage sales and shopping at thrift stores but most of all she was a loving wife and mother who cared deeply for her family. Survivors include her husband,Wayne of 48 years; daughters, Carrie Lane Fortenberry of Renton and Kelly Raye McGarvey of Kirkland; sons, Brett (Anika) of Federal Way, Brady (Joanna) of Tacoma, Joshua and Matthew both of Covington; sisters, Lee Lyons (Ron) and Janice Clark, both of CA; brothers, Elmo Hays (Vern) and Jack Hays (Fern) both of CA; 14 grandchildren, Mark, Theron, Jeremy, Rikki, Jeniffer, Paden, Tristan, Zachary, Chloe, Kalen, Hannah, Hunter, Brooke and Aron; 7 greatgrandchildren, Mason, Miles, Jaida, Felicity, Sebastian, Madison, and Isabella. A visitation will be held Saturday from 3-5PM at Yahn & Son Funeral Home in Auburn. Memorial service will be held Saturday, January 21, 2012 11:00 A.M. at Brooklake Church, 629 S. 356th St. Federal Way. Arrangements by Yahn & Son Funeral Home, Auburn. www.yahnandson.com 574716
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December 23, 1927 - December 20, 2011 Kay was born in Grace, Idaho. Growing up, he worked on the family ranch. After graduating from Grace High School in 1945, he served in the Army in California and Washington. He then attended Snow College in Ephraim, Utah (playing football and baseball) and the University of Utah in Salt Lake City (graduating in 1955), where he met and would marry Maxine Urry, his wife for over forty years until she passed away in 1993. Kay began his career in Chamber of Commerce management in Winnemucca, Nevada and Boise, Idaho. In 1962 the family moved to Renton, Washington where Kay would spend the next 45 years. Kay was the CEO of the Greater Renton Chamber of Commerce for 30 years, and a Renton Housing Authority Commissioner for 37 years. His last four years were spent in Portland, Oregon. He was also preceded in death by daughter Kathy (1993) and is survived by sons Craig (Vicki), Mike (Denise) and three grandsons, Nicolas (Kristin), Ryan, and David (Nicole). A memorial service will be held February 9, 2012, 1:30 pm at Maplewood Greens at Maplewood Golf Course in Renton, Washington. In lieu of flowers, the family requests donations be made to the Renton Housing Authority. 574331
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Lindbergh takes on Foster Feb. 3 in the regular-season finale in what could be a very important game for playoff scenarios. - Renton boys basketball coach Rick Comer said his players are â€œtaking their lumps this year.â€? Missing senior Colton Hafey, the team has been forced to go with a committee of players at point guard, which has been a challenge. Renton is averaging 53.21 points per game, sixth in the Seamount. The Indians (5-9 overall, 3-5 Seamount), who have averaged three league losses per season the past six years, are 3-5 in the Seamount. But even with the tough start, Renton still should be able to grab a sub-district playoff berth, as long as it can stay
PUBLIC NOTICES KING COUNTY DEPT. OF DEVELOPMENT & ENVIRONMENTAL SERVICES (DDES) 900 Oakesdale Ave SW, Renton, WA 98057-5212 NOTICE OF BUILDING PERMIT APPLICATION REQUEST: Building Permit File: B11C0134 Applicant: T-Mobile c/o Gary Abrahams Location: 7800 S 132nd St Seattle Proposal: Relocate exist 120â€™ monopole & install 6 antennas within a shroud on new stealth monopole 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 13, 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 20, 2012. #572103. NOTICE OF ENVIRONMENTAL DETERMINATION RENTON, WASHINGTON The Environmental Review Committee has issued a Determination of NonSignificance - Mitigated for the following project under the authority of the Renton Municipal Code. East Renton Lift Station LUA11-092, ECF, CAR Location: 2008 NE 12th St. The applicant, the City of Renton, is proposing to remove an existing sewer lift station and install a new sewer pipeline through Maplewood Park. The 1.2 ac site is located primarily within unincorporated King County. Seven wetlands and two streams were identified on site. Appeals of the environmental determination must be filed in writing on or before 5:00 p.m. on February 3, 2012. Appeals must be filed in writing together with the required fee with: Hearing
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