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After nearly 70 years of doling out sweet treats to the community, Theno’s Dairy in Redmond is closed. Owner Doug Bloor bid a final farewell to his customers in a letter to the editor to The Woodinville Weekly, which was posted on Theno’s Facebook site Tuesday, thanking customers for their “patronage, love and support.” “Having the chance to serve you what we felt was the best ice cream around for all these years has been a privilege and also a lot of fun,” he said in the letter. Bloor said 33 years of his life have been wrapped around the ice cream parlor, known for its flavorful ice cream and the landmark cow that stands outside the building at 12248 Woodinville Redmond Rd. N.E. He said closing was a heart-wrenching decision that was not made lightly. He cited a number of things that led to this decision including ongoing road construction at the intersection where the store is located, the removal of the back driveway access, the down economy and the rising cost of doing business, according to the letter. “Our building, which some considered part of our ‘hole in the wall’ charm is also in very poor repair,” Bloor added.
Traffic in downtown Redmond briefly came to a stop last Thursday as about 100 people crossed Leary Way between Cleveland and Northeast 76th streets. But this wasn’t a group of people unaware of the crosswalk just a few steps away on Cleveland Street. They were part of a Walk and Talk event put on by the pedestrian advocacy group Feet First. The one-mile walking tour highlighted the city’s new Redmond Central Connector (RCC) and artist John Fleming, whose work will be featured along the linear park trail. Carolyn Hope, senior park planner for the City of Redmond and project manager for the RCC, said the main goal of the event was to introduce Fleming to the community and get people familiar with his work: The tour began in an empty storefront at the bottom of the Veloce apartments downtown, which had been converted into a temporary art gallery to feature some of Fleming’s past artwork. Fleming also spoke during the tour and described
Local teams, athletes shine during state championship weekend ABOVE: The Overlake School boys’ soccer team earned its first Class 1A state title since 1996, beating Chelan, 1-0, in a shootout victory last Saturday at Sunset Chev Stadium in Sumner. The Owls finished the season 19-0-1. Photo courtesy of Lee Dolack
LEFT: The Bear Creek School senior Maddie Magee was all smiles after winning her third straight Class 2B state high jump title with a personal-best jump of 5 feet, 9 inches, which set a new school and Class 2B record. For coverage of last weekend’s championship events, including state track and field, soccer and tennis, see SPORTS, starting on PAGE 11. Photo courtesy of Sini Fernandez
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[ THENO’S from page 1] He said it has become difficult to ensure the integrity of their ice cream and the repair costs were beyond his means. Washington Cathedral, Bloor’s landlord, has not been able to afford the repairs as well, the letter stated.
The City of Redmond is looking for volunteers to help with this year’s Derby Days Festival, which will be July 12-15. Positions in various areas including kids activities, event support, set up and tear down following the fireworks finale are available. Volunteers can now register online at the festival’s website, www.RedmondDerbyDays.com. For more information or to volunteer, contact Florence Wong, community events volunteer coordinator for the City of Redmond, at (425) 556-2352 or fswong@ redmond.gov.
Bloor also emphasized Washington Cathedral’s support throughout the years, quashing rumors that the church, which owns the five-acre property where Theno’s is located, forced him out of business. “They have been as big an advocate of Theno’s Dairy as anyone and if not for their kindness and patience we would have been gone long ago,” he wrote. Tim White, senior pastor at Washington Cathedral, said the church is also financially strapped and cannot afford to make any improvements at the landmark corner. White said church officials will sit down with Redmond city planners in the future to try to “see what we can do from here.” He said the church has no current plans of selling the property to investors, but at the same time, the church is not interested in “getting into the ice cream business.” “Theno’s is a long part of the history around here,” White said. “We’re not going to forget that this is Theno’s corner.” Rob Odle, City of Redmond planning director, said the Theno’s Dairy site is part of the church’s approved master plan and cannot be used for commercial use. Odle said it is up to the church how they want to use the building and the five acres surrounding it. “They still have a master plan for church uses on that site,” Odle said. “It could be used for the church campus.” As of right now, the church has “no future plans” for the building and the property, White said.
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After Bloor’s letter was posted online and a link was added to Theno’s Facebook page, people began commenting, expressing their sadness. Many asked where they would go for ice cream now, calling Theno’s the best they’d ever had. Others shared memories of stopping by after sports games, going with their families and looking forward to the shop opening every summer — thanking Theno’s for being part of
After nearly 70 years of business, Theno’s Dairy has closed. The ice cream parlor was a Redmond institute, beloved by Eastside residents near and far. Samantha Pak, Redmond Reporter those memories and wishing the business luck in the future. There were also those who were sad they won’t be able to make new memories: “Seriously dreading telling my children. They are going to freak out,” Julie Verner Westra posted. “End of an iconic (institution) in these parts.” Jonnie Crivello wrote, “I want to bring my Mother there once more. She used to bring us as children to the ice cream shop... I ache with pain. We’ll probably drive by this coming weekend... for old time sake... words cannot describe what I feel... I’m so sorry you had to close. Theno’s will live on in (our hearts) in our childhood memories until our dying day.” Not ready to let their beloved ice cream shop go, many commenters on Theno’s Facebook page also shared their willingness to fundraise and volunteer to help repair the building.
Matt Campbell calculated that with a population of about 50,000, if everyone in Redmond donated $5, they would raise $250,000. “I am guessing that would be more then enough to save that place,” he wrote on the Facebook page. In response to Campbell’s suggestion, Louise Chouinard posted that she is willing to create an online fundraising website for Theno’s. Not to be left out, Doreen Blanding said Woodinville residents would be just as willing to do their share as well. “You know Woodinville has a stake in this too!” she wrote. “Just imagine the dollars we can raise. I’m in! I need a place to take my soccer players after a game!” According to the comment threads on the Facebook page, the ice cream lovers are still waiting for a response from Theno’s regarding their offers to help. Bloor did not discuss any future plans regarding
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arlier this week, on the same day Seattle was hit with another round of gun violence, something extraordinary happened: A court of law finally ruled on the constitutionality of Tim Eyman's Initiative 1053, the third in a series of measures which illicitly require two-thirds votes of each house of the Legislature to raise taxes. In a well-researched opinion, King County Superior Court Judge Bruce Heller concluded that I-1053 was unconstitutional on multiple grounds and granted a motion to overturn the measure, sought by a coalition of parents, teachers and lawmakers. Heller's ruling marks the first time a court has weighed in on the constitutionality of I-1053 and its predecessors; previous cases were dismissed without being considered on the merits. Within hours of the ruling's publication, Attorney General Rob McKenna – who is the Republican Party's candidate for governor this cycle – was already promising to appeal to the Supreme Court. “We thank Superior Court Judge Heller for his thoughtful consideration of this matter,” McKenna said in a statement. “However, we will appeal this decision because we believe these voter-enacted laws are constitutional, and we are determined to defend the will of the voters, just as we defend laws passed by the Legislature.” When McKenna says "we," who exactly is he referring to? He can't mean Gov. Chris Gregoire, House Speaker Frank Chopp or Senate Majority Leader Lisa Brown – they have all said they believe I-1053 and its predecessors are unconstitutional. In fact, Gregoire is being represented by her own independent counsel in this case because she so strongly disagrees with McKenna's position that “this suit is not appropriate for judges to resolve”. Perhaps the reason McKenna and his team oppose judicial review of I-1053 is that they know their arguments in favor of I-1053's validity hold no water. Article II, Section 22 of our state Constitution is clear: Bills shall pass by majority vote. McKenna and his team are arguing that “majority” just means a floor of 50 percent or greater. In other words, they contend that threshold can be raised but not lowered - by statute. Andrew Villeneuve
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Think about the absurdity of this argument for a moment. If “majority vote” can mean twothirds, then it could also mean three-fourths, or seven-eighths, or nine-tenths. Or even unanimous consent. There are numerous places in our Constitution where supermajority vote requirements are spelled out. An amendment to the Constitution cannot move forward except with a two-thirds vote of each house, whereupon it then goes before the people for ratification. But Article II, Section 22 deliberately says that a majority vote shall be sufficient for the passage of bills. And by majority vote, our founders meant only greater than 50 percent. No more, no less. Any other standard would “give a minority a negative upon the majority," as our founding father Alexander Hamilton wrote in Federalist No. 22, explaining why the Constitution (as it had been drafted) called for Congress to operate by majority vote. In the same essay, Hamilton added: “If a pertinacious minority can control the opinion of a majority, respecting the best mode of conducting it, the majority, in order that something may be done, must conform to the views of the minority; and thus the sense of the smaller number will overrule that of the greater, and give a tone to the national proceedings. Hence, tedious delays; continual negotiation and intrigue; contemptible compromises of the public good.” When it comes to the fate of legislation, a supermajority is like a submajority. Requiring two-thirds for the passage of some bills but not others makes as much sense as allowing some bills to pass by a one-third vote but not others. Tim Eyman and his followers argue that I-1053
and its predecessors are legitimate because the people of Washington voted for them. But democracy cannot be used to abolish democracy. What right do we have to take away majority rule and deprive voters in future elections of their authority to choose a functioning representative government? What's more, we, the voters, often contradict ourselves. In 2007, at the same time we narrowly approved I-960 (I-1053's predecessor), which unconstitutionally required two-thirds votes to raise or restore revenue, we also approved a constitutional amendment removing supermajority requirements for passage of school levies. The following year, we elected a governor and a Legislature opposed to I-960, who later suspended the measure because it was interfering with their ability to govern Washington and raise revenue to fund the services that Washingtonians wanted and needed. The Supreme Court should uphold Judge Heller's thoughtful ruling striking down I-1053. If our plan of government is to work as it was intended to, we must not allow cheaters like BP, ConocoPhillips, Tesoro, and Shell – the companies that put up much of the money for I-1053's placement on the November 2010 ballot – to rig the system to prevent our lawmakers from democratically making decisions about how to fund our state's vital public services. I-1053 has to go. It's unconstitutional, undemocratic, and unsound. Andrew Villeneuve, a 2005 Redmond High graduate, is the founder and executive director of the Northwest Progressive Institute, a Redmond-based grassroots organization. Villeneuve can be reached at email@example.com.
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Thanks to businesses, city for supporting Birthday Bike Bash Applause to the businesses who supported the Bike Bash Friday, May 18, and to the City of Redmond for organizing this fun, family friendly, educational event. I learned a lot about the city’s efforts to encourage alternative transportation and resource conservation, enjoyed delicious pizza and root beer, saw some great bike gear,
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Reichert cast the right vote on national monuments Reasonable people including Rep. Dave Reichert voted against it, but the U.S. House of Representatives still passed an amendment last month that would make it harder for presidents to protect
the places we care about as national monuments. Since being signed into law by President Theodore Roosevelt in 1906, the Antiquities Act has been used by eight Republicans and eight Democratic presidents to protect important public lands as national monuments including the Statue of Liberty, the Tetons and the Grand Canyon. Here in Washington, local residents are asking the president to consider protecting 1,000 acres of land currently owned by the Bureau of Land Management in
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some of the art he has planned for the RCC, including a large rock-filled structure representing a glacial erratic, or a large boulder formed during the Ice Age. The commissioned piece will be located just southwest of the intersection of 166th Avenue Northeast and Cleveland Street. It will incorporate Redmond’s past with the use of the old rails from the former Burlington Northern Santa Fe (BNSF) line that previously occupied the trail space as well as the city’s present status as a hightech community with an interactive LED light feature. “The stone’s going to be talking with you,” Fleming told the crowd, adding that in the future when East Link light rail arrives, the piece could potentially flash and speak to announce the train’s arrival. “It isn’t just about visuals.” Fleming said he has been very involved in the planning process for the RCC and has worked closely with the city and the Berger Partnership, the landscape architecture firm leading the design team. He said in addition to the commissioned work, the park will have art throughout, from benches along the trail to the surfaces of designated
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Tuesday, May 29 Possession: Redmond police conducted a traffic stop at 10:27 p.m. in the 18100 block of Northeast 95th Street on Education Hill. Officers conducted a drugs investigation. Vehicle prowls: Redmond police responded to two vehicle prowl reports. The first came at 10:45 a.m. from the 15800 block of Bear Creek Parkway downtown. The victim reported one of the windows of his locked vehicle was smashed sometime during the past two days and a radar detector was stolen. The second report came at 2:19 p.m. from a company in the 17200 block of Redmond Way downtown. Something had been taken from one of their trucks. There is no suspect information available for either case.
Assault: At 1:19 a.m., Redmond police responded to a call reporting an assault at a business in the 2100 block of Bel-Red Road in Overlake. Recovered stolen vehicle: Redmond police investigated and arrested
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Record-breaking Magee flies high in final jump personal-best 5 feet, 9 inches in her final jump in a Bear Creek jersey at Eastern Washington University in Cheney. "As she got to her final attempt at 5-9 I had never seen her look so aggressive," said Bear Creek track and field coach Scott Wright. "She didn't even brush the bar. And for the first time I saw her burst with
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joy. What a way to end your high school career: Setting a state record on your last attempt." Magee also medaled in the long jump with a sixth-place finish (1510.75) and ran a leg on Bear Creek's bronze-medal 800 relay team. "Maddie has been such a great athlete to coach," Wright said. "Never to up or down, as I like to
call it, she is just Maddie." Magee's teammate Morgan Rial brought home four state medals with fourth-place finishes in the 300-meter hurdles and the 400 — considered two of the most grueling races. Rial ran a personal-best time of 1 minute, .36 seconds in [ more BEAR CREEK page 12 ]
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The Overlake School had a strong showing at last weekend’s Class 1B/2B/1A state tennis tournaments as all five Owls came away with some state hardware. The doubles team of senior Caroline Spencer and junior Emily Walter were crowned state champions after taking down a duo from Colville, 6-1, 1-6, 6-4 in Saturday’s finals at the Yakima Tennis Center. The Owls almost had another state champion in senior Trym Torvund, who fell to Charles Wright’s Daniel Hahm, 6-2, 6-4, in the boys’ singles finals. Overlake senior Eathan Hayden and sophomore Bob Gardner earned the fourth-place medals in the boys’ doubles tournament after beating Jeremy Gaudette and Jonas Rickenbacher of Naches Valley, 4-6, 6-3, 6-2.
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The Overlake School senior Dean Poplawski deflects a penalty-kick attempt during Overlake’s semifinal win against Ridgefield last Friday. The Owls went on to beat Chelan in Saturday’s championship game to earn their first Class 1A state title since 1996. Photo courtesy of Lee Dolack east to visit and support his father. But when the Owls beat Chelan — thanks to a brilliant coaching move by Bristol — he admitted he felt some “major stress relief.” Because as he puts it, soccer is still “the one thing (he) can control.” “It makes you feel good when it goes well,” said Bristol, who had a brain tumor removed a month before Overlake played in the 2010 Class 1A state finals and lost. But this year, the Owls delivered in crunch time to give their coach his first state title since 1996 and some much-needed happiness in what has been a turbulent time for Bristol. “It felt great,” he said of the title win. A well-calculated move by Bristol in both Friday’s semifinal against
Ridgefield and Saturday’s final against Chelan over the weekend led to the championship win. In both games, the Owls had to pull out wins with penalty kicks in do-or-die shootout situations and Bristol decided to replace starter Jordan Cardenas in goal with Poplawski, an all-league midfielder who delivered big-time for his coach. “Dean has great reflexes and leaping ability and during the week leading up to the game, he had been taking some kicks,” Bristol said. “He is so focused and competitive.” Against Ridgefield, the Owls tied the game at 1 in the second half on a 30-yard, free-kick goal by senior Jesse Klug, who was battling a bout with pneumonia over the weekend. The teams remained tied after
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Redmond High School senior Jessica Kinssies saved her best for last at the recent Class 4A state track and field meet at Mount Tahoma High School in Tacoma. Kinssies once again broke her own school record in the shot put, placing fourth in the event with a personal-best toss of 41 feet, 3.75 inches. Kinssies was a consistent force all through the season and especially in the postseason. She began the postseason with a throw of 40-3 at the Kingco 4A meet and followed that with a toss of 40-10 at the District 1/2 meet before
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and Stevens finished eighth in the 1,600 with a personal-best time of 4:14.90. Like Kinssies, Williams showed great improvement as the season went on, Villeneuve said. “That was a phenomenal finish for him,” Villeneuve said of Williams. “He went from an average javelin thrower to sixth at state.” Villeneuve said he was also proud of Stevens’ performance. The 1,600 race was fast and furious as the top eight finishers crossed the finish line within five seconds of each other. “That was a huge race for him,” Villeneuve said of Stevens.
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Redmond High School senior Jessica Kinssies placed fourth in the shot put at the Class 4A state track and field meet with a personal-best toss of 41 feet, 3.75 inches. Photo courtesy of John Kinssies with the Sounder FC Academy, hit the victory-sealing penalty kick. “It couldn’t have been more fitting for Jesse to walk up and take that final shot,” Poplawski said. “He played amazing for us this year and we were so lucky to have him choose to play high school soccer for our senior season.” Bristol said the play of center-back defenders Joe Dolack and Mac Hewitt was key in slowing down Chelan star Eleazar Galvan, who was held in check after scoring two goals
in Chelan’s semifinal win against Royal. “We were the ones creating the chances,” said Bristol. “I told the kids, ‘may the best team win and let’s hope we are the best team.’ And were the best team both days last weekend.” Overlake finished the season 19-0-1 and will have nine graduating seniors, who helped the Owls program to a combined 53-2-3 record over the last three seasons. “I am so happy for those seniors and the way this team finished,” Bristol said. “It’s such a great relief.”
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"Morgan has been such a hard worker and one of the best overall athletes I have had the honor to coach." Seniors Elizabeth Fernandez and Danielle Isbell were the other two members of the all-senior 800 relay team. Fernandez, Rial and Isbell, along with sophomore Bridget Daugherty ran legs on the 400 relay team. The Bear Creek boys' 400 relay team earned a podium finish, placing seventh with a time of 45.54. The team featured Kerry Culbert O'Leary, Jesse Leuenberger, Mark Phillips and Lucas Fernandez.
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Chaka KHAN Sunday June 10th at 7pm 21 AND OVER
 June 1, 2012
HOW A BELOVED SEATTLE MARKET HELPS TO FEED THE NEEDS OF
AN ENTIRE COMMUNITY.
When the owners of Uwajimaya Market wanted to relocate and enlarge an existing store in downtown Seattle, they turned to Bank of America. Since the 1950s, they’ve relied on us for financing to expand their operations, open new locations and grow their business. As a result, they’ve been able to better serve their customers, provide more jobs and strengthen their role as a focal point for the region’s diverse Asian community. Uwajimaya Market is another example of how we’re working to help small businesses grow and hire in the Puget Sound — and across the country. In 2011, we provided $222.5 million in new credit to small businesses in Washington — an increase of 28% from 2010. To learn more about what we’re doing to help strengthen the local economy, visit bankofamerica.com/Seattle
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