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Arlen Reno from Buckley keeps the shine on is 1968 Camaro with a 327 cubic inch V-8 engine at the Flashback Car Show presented by the Buckley Firefighters Association. Reno said he has had the car for 12 years. More photos on page 2. Dennis Box, Courier-Herald. To view a slide show go to www.courierherald.com.
Buckley’s Randy Reed now awaits sentencing, having offered a guilty plea last week to charges of first-degree rape of a child and indecent liberties. Reed, 55, offered the guilty plea Thursday, one day after resigning from his post on the Buckley City Council. He served on the council for the better part of two decades and had recently returned to council and committee meetings; he had been granted a leave of absence after being charged in Pierce County Superior Court. Reed is to be sentenced Oct. 26 as a first-time offender. Prosecutors are recommending a sentence ranging from 10 years, 11 months to life in prison, with all but 12 months suspended. If a judge goes along with the recommendation, Reed would serve his year behind bars in the Pierce County jail, then be at the mercy of the state’s Indeterminate Sentence Review Board. That body would then rule whether Reed should be set free or serve additional jail time.
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and National Park Service – is to be constructed on city-owned land between the historic Pete’s Pool fieldhouse and the entry road to the Enumclaw Golf Course. Talk of a Welcome Center city of has dragged for the better part of a decade. The topic was back on the agenda Sept. 10 because, during the course of
The long-discussed Enumclaw Welcome Center was back on the city council agenda last week, getting a boost forward as the council tinkered with plans for the facility’s final site. The Welcome Center – a joint venture between the city, U.S. Forest Service
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Eric McWilliams-Mays, 6, checks out the engine on a customized car at the Flashback Car Show Saturday in Buckley. Hayden VanHoof, 3, enjoys a 1967 Cadillac convertible. Dennis Box, Courier-Herald
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The 21st annual Plateau Health & Wellness Expo will take place from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 6, at the Enumclaw High School commons and gymnasium. The event is open to the public and admission is free of charge. Free transportation for senior citizens will be available on a first-come, first-served basis. Please call the Enumclaw Senior Center at 360- 825-4741 to reserve your seat. Co-sponsored by Franciscan Health System’s St. Elizabeth Hospital and the Enumclaw Regional Healthcare Foundation, the family event will feature events for adults and children. For adults, free health screenings for blood pressure, cholesterol, glucose and osteoporosis will be provided by staff from Enumclaw Medical Center, a part of the Franciscan Medical Group. Other services will include cardiac-risk assessments, flu shots (limited supply), lessons in emergency preparedness, exercise demonstrations, massage and financial health resources. For children, events will include performances by Dance It Up! and the Reptile Man, as well as a bicycle rodeo (children should bring their own bikes and helmets) and a focus on bike and car-seat safety.
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Police Blotter ENUMCLAW HIT AND RUN: Officers were on the lookout shortly after 5 a.m. Sept. 10 for the driver of a white pickup who hit a stop sign in Buckley, then fled. The suspect vehicle was soon located at an Enumclaw grocery store. The driver, who has a suspended license, had hit his head but refused medical aid. Buckley police were to handle the situation. WARRANT SERVED: Officers traveled to a site west of Buckley Sept. 10 to locate an individual wanted on an arrest warrant. The subject was located, the warrant was served and the person was returned to the Enumclaw police station for booking. COMMITTED: Police took multiple calls the afternoon of Sept. 10 regarding a woman who was standing in the middle of Warner Avenue and screaming at anyone who happened to pass by. The woman was transported by emergency medical personnel to St. Elizabeth Hospital for an involuntary commitment. VEHICLES TAGGED: Police were told Sept. 8 of at least two vehicles being tagged during the night, one on Park Street and another on Lafromboise Street. A water-based paint was used so it washed off, leaving no damage. LOITERING: Employees of a Monroe Avenue business contacted
DRIVER STOPPED: Police took a report the afternoon of Sept. 7 regarding aggressive driver headed into Enumclaw from Greenwater. Officers made contact and the driver received verbal counseling. TEEN TROUBLE: A report was received Sept. 7 about teenagers using foul language and making inappropriate comments to young children and their parents at the city skate park. An officer contacted the caller and the teens in question, who said they would behave.
BUCKLEY SUSPENDED LICENSE: At 3:20 p.m. Sept. 5, an officer stopped a vehicle on state Route 410 because the Department of Licensing report showed the registered owner was driving while license suspended. The driver was the registered owner and placed under arrest. DRUGS: At 1:37 p.m. Sept. 6, an officer contacted a subject on Main Street to arrest him for a warrant. During the arrest, the officer discovered an unmarked container with illegal narcotics on his person. He was advised he would be charged with the drug crime in addition to his warrant. The case was forwarded to the Pierce County Prosecutor for review and charging. DUI: At 1:20 a.m. Sept. 8, a 34-yearold Lake Tapps man was stopped for speeding on SR 410 and found to be
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PUBLIC INDECENCY: At 10:21 p.m. Sept. 9, an officer discovered a 27-year-old Tacoma man and a 22-year-old Puyallup woman at the skate park after closing time. The man was found to have urinated in the parking lot after consuming alcohol; he admitted to the officer he had not seen the bathroom a few feet away. The man was issued a criminal citation for violating the city’s municipal code regarding public indecency. POSSESSION: An 18-year-old woman was stopped on SR 410 for speeding. She was found to have marijuana and drug paraphernalia in her possession. She was arrested, issued a notice of infraction and criminal citation, and released on location without incident. HIT AND RUN: An officer was dispatched to a damaged stop sign on South Naches Street at 5:08 a.m. Sept. 10 to investigate a suspected hit and run. Pieces to a vehicle were strewn around the sign. The Enumclaw Police Department contacted a vehicle fitting the description by the reporting person a short time later; the car had damage consistent to the type of incident and the parts left at the scene. The 24-year-old man was in Enumclaw Police custody for driving on a suspended license. He admitted to Buckley Police he had struck stop sign and fled the scene. He was issued a criminal citation for the hit and run and for driving on a suspended license.
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Dennis Box Editor Ted DeVol is back with the Snowmobile Grass Drags benefitting the Wounded Warrior Project and for the first time an Endurocross event. The snowmobile event is scheduled for 8 a.m. to 1 p.m. at the Enumclaw Expo Center Sunday. According to DeVol the course will be located at the south parking lot. “For 2012 expect to have some riders top the 100 mph on the 450 foot grass course,” DeVol said. “There are multiple classifications for all the different size snowmobiles and this year there will also be motorcycle, quad and side by side classes. In the rodeo arena the first Endurocross event in Enumclaw is from 1 p.m. to 6 p.m. “Endurocross is the toughest sport conceived for a dirt bikes or quads, DeVol wrote. “The course consists of a starting line followed by logs, huge tires, more logs, split wood, rocks and boulders. Racers go as fast as they can through the gnarly course to attempt to cross the finish line first.”
GUILTY FROM 1 Once freed, Reed will have to register as a sex offender, be on lifetime probation and undergo treatment. Reed was charged with sex crimes stemming from his contact with a 7-yearold who was living in his home. The girl is the daughter of a woman who was in
Classes range from 80cc,women, beginner through professionals. DeVol wrote, “Proceeds from this event will go to help our greatest Americans (Wounded Warrior Project). Admission is $5 for ages 6-12 and military personnel, $10 ages 12 and up. Viking Dinner The Friends of the Danish Hall are presenting a Viking Feast from 5-6 p.m. Saturday at the Danish Hall, 1708 Porter St. The event features a traditional Viking dinner, magic show, raffle and Viking costumes are optional. Appetizers include green soup, smoked fish, cheese and flatbread. The dinner will include a whole smoked pig, with honey-glazed vegetable, cranberry-pear compote and flatbread. Dessert will be rhubarb cake. Beer, wine and coffee will be served. Proceeds will go toward restoration of the Danish Hall.
a relationship with Reed’s adult son. The Reed family saga continued when son Travis Reed attempted to bribe the victim’s mother, offering her money to drop charges against his father. She refused the bribe and instead went to police. Travis Reed pleaded guilty earlier this year to tampering with a witness and was placed on probation.
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driving under the influence of liquor. He was arrested, issued a notice of infraction and criminal citation and later released to a sober adult.
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ctober is Domestic Violence Awareness Month across the nation and the Enumclaw community will again be joining the cause. A local group dedicated to creating a better community – Linking Civility, Compassion and Kindness – is taking the lead creating a visible, community event. LINCCK is sponsoring a community tree and street lighting from 5:30 to 6 p.m. Oct. 1 at the corner of Coal Street and Initial Avenue. Dean Smith will address
how domestic violence can affect the family and surrounding community. The public is encouraged to attend and learn what domestic violence entails, how it can be prevented and to send the message that domestic violence has no place in the community. Enumclaw businesses and residents can help raise awareness of domestic violence by participating in Purple Light Nights ® that started in Covington in 2007 and has spread to 24 states, three Canadian
provinces and Guam. The tree, downtown street poles and several businesses will have purple lights strung, and others are encouraged to participate. LINCCK, a committee of the Rainier Foothills Community Health Network, promotes ways to decrease violence in our society, and encourages positive behaviors and social interactions towards this goal. For more information or to purchase your own purple lights, please call LINCCK at 360-8255581.
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said, before things were handed in for federal review. Because federal grant money is being used, he said, the feds get the final say. Federal agencies, Searcy said, do not like it when anything “of historical or cultural significance” is impacted. The original plan, Searcy explained, was to use part
of the Pete’s Pool grounds for the Welcome Center, including an abandoned baseball field and the stone steps leading to it. That’s where the feds objected, noting the steps and ball field were built in the 1930s as a Works Progress Administration project. The WPA was created as a response to the Great Depression, a way
review by federal authorities, not everything met the rigorous standards. Chris Searcy, the city’s public works director, explained the situation. A final design for the Welcome Center and surrounding grounds had been completed, Searcy
Melvin LeRoy Thornton died peacefully in Billings, Montana, with family around him, on August 28, 2012. He will be deeply missed by all who knew him. Melvin was born in Billings on November 7, 1928, to Roy and Mildred Thornton, who homesteaded south of Billings in 1914. In 1926 they moved to Pryor Creek and in 1935 to Billings. Melvin was the seventh of eight children; Castle, Esther, Willis, and Lawrence (deceased), Everett (Quincy, WA), Max (Billings, MT), and Marjorie Thornton Houser (Billings, MT). Melvin married Ruby June Timms in 1952 in Denver, Colorado, where they both received Bachelor degrees in International Relations from the University of Denver. They lived for four years in Arlington, VA, where Melvin was stationed in the Navy during the Korean War. Following discharge, they moved back to the Thornton Ranch, south of Billings, MT. where he continued farming until 1963. They had adopted two children by this time, Sarah Elizabeth and John Stewart Thornton. In 1963 the family moved to Missoula, MT, where Melvin earned a PHD in Botany and Mycology from the University of Montana. He taught those subjects at the university for the next 17 years until his retirement in 1981. During that time, he was also awarded a fellowship at Birkbeck College, University of London, for one year. Melvin had many interests which he explored during world-wide travels with his wife June. The strongest attribute that this family exudes is an undying love and respect for each other and everyone who they come in contact. Melvin is survived by his wife, June, of Enumclaw, WA; daughter Sarah, and son-in-law Robert van Vegten, of Puyallup, WA; son John and daughter-in-law Marcia, of Missoula, MT; brothers Everett and sister-in-law Decima; brother Max Thornton; sister Marjorie Thornton Houser; grandchildren Anne, John, Amelia and Ben; great-granddaughter Eleanor; and many nieces and nephews. His remains were interred at a graveside service held at Rockvale Cemetery, 11 a.m., September 1, 2012.
Community News and Notes PEO Fundraiser • Enumclaw’s Chapter EF, PEO Sisterhood, will offer its annual fall fundraiser the evening of Oct. 9 at the Veterans of Foreign Wars hall, 44426 244th Ave. S.E. The event will run from 6:30 until 8 p.m. and proceeds will be used to support PEO projects, which offer scholarships, grants, awards and loans to help women enhance their lives through learning. Raffle items include a variety of gift baskets, unique handmade creations and holiday items. Tickets cost $1 and $5. Refreshments will be served. The fall fundraiser is open to the public. The PEO Sisterhood, founded in January 1869 at Iowa Wesleyan College, is a philanthropic and educational organization interested in bringing to women increased opportunities for higher education. There are approximately 6,000 local chapters in the United States and Canada with nearly 240,000 active members. Chapter EF was organized in Enumclaw in 1953. For information, call Martha Blodgett at 360-825-5883.
of putting millions of Americans to work building projects in communities throughout the nation. The fieldhouse, which still gets plenty of use, was part of the project, as was the football field that remains home to the Enumclaw High football and soccer teams. Federal agencies have ruled the nearby stone steps and weed-infested baseball field “are part of the overall complex,” Searcy said, and must
Military • Army Reserve Pvt. Nathaniel L. Dorman has graduated from basic infantry training at Fort Benning in Columbus, Ga. During the nine weeks of training, the soldier received training in drill and ceremonies, weapons, map reading, tactics, military courtesy, military justice, physical fitness, first aid, and Army history, core values and traditions. Additional training included development of basic combat skills and battlefield operations and tactics, and experiencing use of various weapons and weapons defenses available to the infantry crewman. Dorman is the nephew of Kristina Landers of South Prairie and a 2011 graduate of White River High School. Deadlines • Weddings, anniversaries and engagements run the first Wednesday of each month. We start the anniversary announcements with the 50th, and include every five and 10 years thereafter. Photos are accepted for all.
be preserved. “Each time we think we’ve conquered one element, there are other unknown elements that reveal themselves,” said City Administrator Mike Thomas, when asked for his take on the entire Welcome Center situation. The good news, Thomas said, is the past year has brought more pores than the 12 months prior. “It’s been long and kind of cumbersome,” he said
of the permitting process, while allowing there is a bit of light at the end of the tunnel. Making the needed revision to the site plan, he said, will allow the city to finally submit final information to state and federal authorities who are in charge of making a final environmental determination about the Welcome Center. That, Thomas said, “is actually a huge milestone for this project.”
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...and they’re off! Residents of the Y-Bar-S neighborhood north of Enumclaw gather each Fourth of July for lawnmower races, with some entries going all out to make their machines really shine. Neighbors close off Southeast 398th Street in the Krain vicinity to challenge each other. This year, Enumclaw Mayor Liz Reynolds stopped by to help hand out some of the awards and prizes. Photos by Sue
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Fun for Olympians Webbly, the mascot for the Everett Aqua Sox minor league baseball team, visited Enumclaw softball teams this summer. The mascot was in town to promote Special Olympics Washington Appreciation Night and give all the Enumclaw Special Olympics athletes free tickets to the Aug. 22 game. Weebly signed autographs, played some softball and posed for some great pictures. Above, he exchanges a high five with unified player Nadia Hertzog. The photo below was taken when the Chelsea Football Club put on a training session for Special Olympics Athletes at the Seattle Sounders’ Starfire Field in Tukwila. England’s Chelsea football club began its USA tour in Seattle with a game against the Sounders. Enumclaw athletes learned skills to improve their soccer play for the next spring season. Athletes received free Chelsea uniforms and autographed gear. Athletes pictured are Hailey, Spencer, Colton, Boo, Noah, Eddie, Kenzie and Kyle. Photos contributed by Bonnie Kennedy
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Quotes, sources, and off the record The last two weeks provided two glaring examples of bad journalism ethics gone wild. I often write about this topic because it’s important for journalists to point out tactics and practices employed by other news sources that do not reflect theirs values nor the standards of the profession. Just as journalists hold public officials accountable, they need to also hold each other accountable — the watchmen watching other watchmen. The first example was an article published on the cover of the New York Times several weeks ago, which discussed the practice by reporters of having quotes “approved” by politicians, including presidential TJ Martinell candidates and their Guest Writer campaign staff. For those who may be confused, the quotes in question were stated on the record in prior interviews. Before the reporters used the quotes in their articles, they sent those quotes to the individual in question in order to obtain their permission to use them. Many times, the person edit or cleaned up the quote. To ensure that I’m not making this up, here is an (unapproved) quote from the article itself. “They (approved quotes) are sent by e-mail…to reporters who have interviewed campaign officials under one major condition: the press office has veto power over what state-
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Monument to honor town’s past The other day I heard about a Black Diamond memorial to Washington state’s coal mining past, so I drove across the river to check things out. I suspect this project has been in various stages of development for a number of years, but this whimsical storyteller just learned about it. Indeed, the preliminary steps have been completed and ground is about to be broken just outside the entrance to the Black Diamond museum. Plans include a granite wall that will bear the names of Washington miners who have perished in this rather dangerous occupation. Mounted on a granite pedestal in front of the wall, there’ll be a life-sized, bronze statue of a miner swinging his pick. To help pay for the project, the town
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is accepting donations through the sale of “paver bricks” that will be laid around the base of the statue and will be inscribed with the names of deceased miners or the names of contributors. The bricks are $100 a pop. And speaking of the museum, I hadn’t been in the place for 10 or 12 years and its collection of artifacts
has grown extensively since then. It’s a delightful little repository, if you’re into that type of thing, housed in the former train depot that was built in 1886. The train dispatcher’s old control desk is still there for your scrutiny. The coal mining process and business are explained in some detail with various models and displays – sticks of dynamite, blasting caps, detonators and a primitive gas mask and first aid kit used by rescue teams in case of an accident. There are antique radios, telephones and clothes, including Black Diamond High School sweaters and the gor-
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Who won, lost the meltdown? Did you ever stop to ask yourself, “Who were the winners and losers of the 2008 economic meltdown?” I have. I’m not pleased with the answers I get. Let’s see whom the winners and losers are in the economic crash and perhaps learn some lessons for the future. First, let’s look at the winners: Some investment banks, many of whom made fraudulent and irresponsible decisions ended up not having to pay the consequences of their actions, and instead got billions in government bailouts. None of these top ranking business leaders has been prosecuted for their
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crimes since the 2008 meltdown. That’s going on four years now and not one major prosecution has been initiated. With the Federal Reserve lowering interest rates, banks benefited from an inflow of cheap money. The government gave them bailout money to
keep them afloat, but there was no requirement for them to loan it out. Rather than spreading this money out through cheap loans, they’ve sat on it, making it difficult for businesses and individuals to get loans. The low interest rates have encouraged a rising stock market. And the richest 10 percent of the population have benefited because they own 80 percent of the stocks, according to an article in the New York Times. So, who are the losers? Billions of dollars disappeared from the value and equity of our houses, so much so that there are many people who
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100 Years on the Plateau! Miners at the picking table of the Cannon Mine in the small town of Franklin, just north of Enumclaw, circa 1913. A picking table was typically a moving conveyor or the deck at the end of a vibrating screen where miners separated the good, clean coal from the shale and rock. The fine coal would fall through the screens while the larger size “nut” and “lump” coal was sorted by hand. A picking table was located in the surface building called the tipple or mine bunkers. The town of Franklin was on the hillside above the Green River Gorge about two miles east of Black Diamond. This photo is from the Museum of History and Industry #SH19.186. Photo provided by Bill Kombol
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ELFERS FROM 6 are what is called “underwater” with their mortgages. They’re paying on home loans for a house that is worth less than their debt. All you have to do is to walk through the residential neighborhoods of your town to see houses that have been abandoned and that are not maintained, pulling down the home values of neighboring houses. The unemployment rate is current at 8.3 percent, improved from its high of 10 percent in October 2009, but still very high. Many businesses have automated their factories, meaning they won’t be hiring semi-skilled and unskilled workers when the economy picks up. Those jobs will be gone. Millions of people saw their life savings disappear and their retirements shrink. Many boomers will not be able to retire as they move into their 60s. What lessons can be learned from this period of inequity? Perhaps the hard lessons my Depression-era parents learned and taught me can help you: Don’t spend more than you make and pay off your debts, especially your home loans, by the time you retire. Live modest lives. Examine what you think you need and decide whether it’s a necessity or a desire. Save, rather than spend. Put your priorities on emotional invest-
WALLY FROM 6 geous, old cash register from the Zumek brothers’ grocery store. Dennis Box has donated an extensive, and I suspect valuable, collection of old coins. There are many photographs of past coalmining communities and operations within the mines. In particular, there are pictures of Bayne, a tiny town that
ments: Invest your time with your family; spend less time in front of the TV, or other electronic devices. That time before your children are grown goes by oh so quickly. As Barbara Bush said: “At the end of your life, you will never regret not having passed one more test, not winning one more verdict or not closing one more deal. You will regret time not spent with a husband, a friend, a child or a parent.” Don’t be carried away by trying to keep up with those who have lots of material possessions – they probably went into debt to get them. Remember the ancient adage: “A man’s life does not consist in the abundance of his possessions.” Learn a skill that is in big demand and keep learning. Society changes and what was a good-paying job 20 years ago may no longer exist tomorrow. Adapting to changing times is a must in our global society. Become a lifelong learner. You may not be able to control what happens on the national and international level, but if you’ve done these things, decreasing housing prices won’t affect you much, except on paper, and you won’t have to scramble to pay off your loans after you’ve lost your job. Instead, you’ve developed other marketable skills. If you do these things, you’ll be a winner the next time the economy tanks.
vanished long ago. (I vaguely remember being there when I was no more than a toddler.) It was the quintessential “company town” in that one man, Jim Bolde – backed by the Enumclaw First National Bank – owned the entire hamlet; that is, he owned the coal mine, general store, hotel, all the homes and everything else, lock, stock and barrel. I recall the cloud of coal dust that was kicked up when you walked across the
street. Alas, there was coal dust everywhere; on the streets, the buildings, the homes and, of course, the people themselves. It couldn’t have been an especially healthy environment. Any way, you might want to buy an engraved brick to preserve your name or a miner’s name for posterity. Or, if that’s a bit too grandiose, preserve it for at least a few generations.
Oktobeerfest coming to Expo Center OKTOBEERFEST • The city of Enumclaw and Buckley’s Firehouse Pub are bringing Oktobeerfest to the Enumclaw Expo Center. The event, slated for Oct. 19 and 20, will feature more than 32 seasonal and German craft beers from local brewers. Organizers are touting a “German-inspired festival that includes beer, brewing, brats and some Bavarian charm along with live music, lederhosen, dirndls and more.” Hours of the event will be 4 to 10 p.m. Oct. 19 and noon to 10 p.m. Oct. 20. “This event has gotten so big we’ve expanded it into an additional building at the Expo Center,” event coordinator Dayna Coats said. Some of this year’s features include: • live music, food and retail vendors; • Larry’s Brewing Supply’s OktoBEERfest homebrew competition award ceremony with host John Keister of Almost LIVE fame; • a “Brew HA HA” featuring comedian Joe Vespaziani; • a “best dressed beer wench” competition; • a bomb shelter featuring a daily visit from the Fireball or Jagermeister girls; and • live brewing and bottling demonstrations. Tickets, good for boys days, are $20 and includes a commemorative glass and two tasting scripts. Attendees can save $5 by purchasing tickets in advance at 99 Bottles in Federal Way, Larry’s Brewing Supply in Kent, at the Enumclaw Chamber of Commerce office at 1421 Cole St. or at Enumclaw City Hall, 1339 Griffin Ave. Details about the event can be found at www.EnumclawOktobeerfest.com.
• Use rear facing car seats for babies under 2 and the maximum height or weight allowed by the manufacturer. Rear-facing occupants are safest. • Position the shoulder straps through the slots at or below your rear-facing baby’s shoulders and at or just above the shoulders for a forward facing child. • Be sure the harness is tight and adjust the chest clip to armpit level. • Use the car’s seat belt or LATCH system to lock the car seat into the car. Do not use both. • Your car seat should not move more than one inch (1”) side to side or front to back. • Be sure all occupants wear seat belts correctly every time. Children learn from adult role models.
“I really want parents to know that as a car seat tech and also a parent of two small children, I am here to help ease the task of installing car seats, not to criticize what you are or aren’t doing. A child riding as safe as possible is the goal.”- Maryn Otto, an Enumclaw firefighter and Child Passenger Safety Technician (CPS Technician).
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FOOTHILLS TRAIL Pierce County Executive Pat McCarthy accepted national recognition for the Foothills Trail at Tuesday’s Trail Conference. Randy King, superintendent of Mount Rainier National Park presented a plaque to McCarthy commemorating the May 2012 announcement by Secretary of the Interior Ken Salazar and National Park Service Director Jonathan B. Jarvis that designated the Foothills Trail as a National Recreation Trail. The popular Foothills Trail, which winds through east Pierce County from Puyallup to Buckley, is among 54 trails around the country that are joining the National Recreational Trail system. The Foothills Trail has been constructed in sections as finances, environmental permits and county ownership have allowed. When complete, the trail will be more than 28 miles in length. A key portion of the trail – which awaits funding – would provide a bridge over the White River, linking the Buckley and Enumclaw sections. The national recreation trail program is jointly administered by the National Park Service and the USDA Forest Service in conjunction with federal and nonprofit partners, notably American Trails, which hosts the national recreation trails website at www.americantrails.org/nationalrecreationtrails.
Born November 17, 1943 in Seattle, WA, Rick grew up in Enumclaw, WA and graduated from high school there in 1962. He attended Washington State University but received his draft notice before he could graduate from college. He enlisted in the Air Force and was sent to the Defense Language Institute to learn Russian. He married his best friend, Mary Sue Bator on May 1, 1965. While stationed in Berlin, Germany, his two children, Rich and Dominique were born at the US Army Hospital. Rick was honorably discharged from the Air Force in 1968 and began working for PG&E in Cupertino, CA. He and his family lived in Campbell, CA until 1983 when he was transferred to Eureka, CA. In Campbell, Rick served as Grand Knight for the Knights of Columbus council #3474 and has been an honorary member of the Eureka council #1067. Rick and Mary Sue were very active in the California State Horseman’s Association where Rick became a state licensed gymkhana judge and was President of Region XIII for CSHA. He and Mary Sue campaigned for and organized the CSHA State Convention in Eureka in 1994. Rick was a bingo caller at St. Bernard’s High School for several years where he was affectionately known as “Rotten Rick”. He also coached for Arcata Youth Football and was very proud to see some of “his players” now on the varsity team at Arcata High School. Rick is predeceased by his mother and father, Patricia A Chase and Richard B. Chase, and by his loving wife and life long best friend, Mary Sue Chase. He is survived by his two children, Richard E. Chase and Dominique Carter-Soules; his daughter in law, Laurie Dutra; his son in law, Chip Soules; his brothers, Terry and Gregg Chase; and his grandchildren, Cavanaugh and William Carter and Jacob and Hailey Chase. The family would like to thank his friends who helped him through his last days, especially his old classmates from Enumclaw High who included him in their reunion through emails and cards. Visitation will be at Sanders Funeral Home, 1835 E Street, Eureka on Thursday, September 13, 2012 from 5:30 to 7 p.m. with a Service of Remembrance starting at 7 p.m. at Sanders. A Funeral Mass will be held Friday, September 14, 2012 at 1 p.m. at Sacred Heart Church, 2085 Myrtle Ave., Eureka with Father Ismael Mora, Celebrant. Interment will follow at St. Bernard Cemetery, Eureka. In lieu of ﬂowers, Rick asked that donations be made to St. Vincent de Paul or to Arcata Youth Football (5610 West End Rd, Ste 109, Arcata, CA 95521).
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Evelyn Marie Winter
And, better yet, do they really think the public is going to trust them to cover a story accurately when they can’t even get an unfiltered quote from an official? Also, the phrase “unavailable for comment,” “declined to comment” or “phone calls and emails were unreturned” is a far better substitute than filtered propaganda worthy of the Pravda because it is just as useful to the public as nothing at all. No respectable editor can or should blame a reporter for not getting a quote from someone because they refused to have it censored. A reporter’s job is not to make a public individual look or sound more eloquent or intelligent than they are. That’s what speech writers, press secretaries and public spokespersons are for. If a government official or politician doesn’t trust a reporter to quote them fairly and accurately, then they have the right to refuse an interview. The second example of bad journalism ethics was the coverage of the Aurora, Colo., theater shooting which resembled more of a paparazzi-like tabloid frenzy than responsible reporting. I understand that information needs to get out and the public deserves to hear the facts. But it has to be done properly, and the facts need to be substantiated first. For example, before the suspect had even been charged with a crime, his name and a large photo of his face was plastered all over the front pages of a
Evelyn was a loving mother, grandmother and great grandmother. She lived in Enumclaw for 41 years. She was preceded in death by her husband of 46 years and love of her life, Joseph Dale Winter. A true love story... not until death did they part. She was also preceded in death by daughters; Tina Jo Winter and Linda Winter as well as by her sister, Ruby Showman. She is survived by Sons; Joseph Winter of Enumclaw, Walter Winter (Shelli) of Wilkeson, and Joshua Winter of Tacoma; Daughter, Tammy Winter (Bill, Golden Child) of Vashon Island; Brothers; Gillis Hollis of Kettle Falls and Brian Hollis of Woodinvlle; Sister, Dianne Hamlin of Kent; Grandchildren; Andrew Williams, Megan Winter, Hayden Winter, Garret Winter, Jerrod Winter and Rylee Winter and great grandchild, Jayce Winter. A memorial service will be held Saturday, September 22nd at 3PM at the Wilkeson Eagles Hall. Her death is not only a great loss for her family, but for everyone that ever met her. Not only will her family miss her terribly, but her extended family at Taco Time, were she worked for 10 years will miss her as well. The Winter Family would like to extend our utmost gratitude to them for everything they have done for her over all of the years she worked there.... Thank You Very Much. She loved all of you! We will all miss her love for Bingo and her favorite slot machine, “lil Piggies.” Special thanks to Shelli Winter for all she has done for mummy. We all love you and will miss you so much. Until we meet again in Heaven, hug Dad for us and keep watch over us all. Love you Mom.
dozen media sites. What if the “suspect” had turned out to just be one of the moviegoers, who had dressed up for the showing, and had managed to wrangle the gun out of the killer’s hand, only to be accidentally arrested in the ensuing confusion? Within days, commentators and pundits had provided just about every kind of motivation and explanation for why the killer had done it, as if the concept of murder was somehow unheard of in the 21st century. But the most inconceivable of all was ABC News reporter Brian Ross who, without any proof or evidence, suggested that a man in Aurora, whose name was the same as the suspect’s and had been found on an Internet site, might be the suspect. As it turned out, the man Ross had practically fingered for the crime was much older and definitely not the suspect. Ross later apologized on air, but that didn’t stop the man in question from receiving a flood of phone calls. This is a textbook case of what we sane reporters refer to as “defamation of character,” but that would be too kind. ABC News intentionally put an innocent man’s life in jeopardy in a hasty, unjustifiable rush to judgment in the hopes of being the first to report it. When such stories occur, it’s incredibly tempting to put out information that is either uncorroborated or unconfirmed rather than waiting for verifiable facts. If the profession wants to avoid a repeat of the yellow journalism era of the early 1900s, these practices need to end.
OBITUARIES MINNIE MULLIN Minnie Hope Mullin, longtime resident of the Wilkeson and Carbonado communities, died at home Sept. 7, 2012, from complications related to congestive heart failure. She was 86. She was born in Loomis, Wash., Aug. 23, 1926, the oldest daughter of 14 children born to Sadie and Maurice Berg. She worked at from Rainier School from1958 until retiring in 1991. She was a past president of the Wilkeson Eagles Women’s Auxiliary who enjoyed shopping, everything about Christmas, movies, dining out, traveling, bowling, baseball, pool, camping and spending time with family and friends. She loved to read, particularly Zane Grey and Louis L’Amour, and many people in the area knew her as the Avon Lady. She is survived by children Marsha Derby, Randy Mullin, Doug Mullin and Teresa Resser and husband Craig; brother Wayne Berg; sisters Sharon Bazzar, Wanda Harris, Angela Ross and husband Donald, Lelia Bush and husband Bill, Maureen Brown and husband Lynn and Deanna Verschaeve; 15 grandchildren and 22 great-grandchildren. She was preceded in death by brothers Kenneth Berg, Ronald Berg, Bernard Berg and Marshall Berg, and sisters Rosalie Winter and Myran Dano. A celebration of her life is scheduled for 1 p.m. Sunday, Sept. 23, at the
ments can be quoted and attributed by name. Most reporters…grudgingly agree. After the interviews, they review their notes, check their tape recorders and send in the juiciest sound bites for review.” Apparently, this practice has been growing as government officials and departments have demanded the right to censor quotes in order to be interviewed. It also caused an uproar within the journalism community. National Journal Editor-in-Chief Ron Fournier wrote a great response, but it’s sad that he even had to clarify it in the first place. “If a public official wants to use NJ as a platform for his/her point of view, the price of admission is a quote that is on-record, unedited and unadulterated,” Fournier wrote. This is stuff you learn the first day of your first journalism class, and it’s reserved for the few dimwits who have no concept of how journalism works and can’t tell the difference between it and public relations. A quote is one of two things, on the record or off the record. Some newspapers allow this, others do not. If it’s off the record, it has to be have been agreed beforehand. Those quotes are not used in a story. Quotes cannot retroactively become off the record, either. If something is stated on the record, a reporter should never have
to obtain permission to use it. This newspaper does not and will not ever agree to censorship of quotes as a stipulation for an interview with a public official, or anyone else. If someone is unwilling to be interviewed under such terms, then they are not interviewed or speak off the record. Occasionally we will call people to confirm statistics, facts or statements that were written down by hand and not taped on a voice recorder. This newspaper does not have a “gotcha!” mentality where reporters intentionally try to trap people into saying things they didn’t mean in order to humiliate them or take their quotes out of context. We do our best to ensure that we quote people and summarize their statements accurately. But what this really is about is politicians trying to control their image as it portrayed to the public through the press. I’m sure reporters from the NYT or Washington Post will assert that it’s the only way they can obtain quotes for their stories, to which I would say that the mere fact that government officials or politicians would demand censorship of their work as a requirement for an interview is a story in and of itself, not to mention the fact that the newspapers would even consider agreeing to such terms. If that’s the requirement in order to effectively cover politics, then what’s the point of having freedom of the press?
Wilkeson Eagles Lodge. In lieu of flowers, the family suggests memorials to Disabled American Veterans, the Wilkeson Eagles Building and Restoration Fund or a charity of the donor’s choice.
ELSIE VAN PUTTEN Longtime Enumclaw resident Elsie “Mom” Van Putten, 95, died Sept. 15, 2012, in Renton. S h e was born April 7, 1917, in Chinook, Mont. A Elsie Van Putten funeral service will take place at noon Friday, Sept. 21, at EdlineYahn and Covington Funeral Chapel, 27221 S.E. 156th St. in Kent. Viewing will be prior to the service at 11 a.m. She will be buried at Hillcrest Cemetery in Kent following the service. Services are directed by Edline-Yahn and Covington Funeral Chapel. All may sign the online guest book at www.edlineyahncovingtonfuneralhome.com.
JOSEPHINE JENSEN Longtime area resident Josephine Jensen, 99, died Sept. 16, 2012. She had lived in both Enumclaw and Buckley and died in University Place. A graveside service is planned for 2 p.m. Thursday, Sept. 27, at Enumclaw Evergreen Memorial Park.
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Fitness chat: healthy steps lead to a marathon Dear Stephanie and Bruce: I am 46 and one of my Bucket List items is to participate in a marathon. I need your help to make this happen in 2013. What tips can you provide? Ray Stephanie: Thank you for your question. Running or walking a marathon is an excellent goal and something that I believe anyone can achieve, as long as you plan and prepare for the event. There are many things to consider when you are setting a marathon goal, the first being, are you healthy and fit enough to begin this journey? We recommend seeing your doctor if this is not something that you are sure about. Second, do you have the support of your family? A marathon is a big
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need to train for the big event. • Do you want to travel to the event or do something local? • What type of support will you need? A cheering squad, a coach, Bruce deJong a running club? Bruce: The planning and preparing part can be an opportunity to involve family members with your goal by soliciting their input with selecting the event location, customizing the training plan and charting weekly progress. We find the probability of goal achievement increases when it brings
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• Enumclaw High cross country at Bonney Lake, girls at 4:30 and boys at 5 p.m. • White River boys tennis hosts Clover Park, 3:30 p.m. • Enumclaw boys tennis hosts Auburn Mountainview, 3:30 p.m. • White River girls golf vs. Orting at High Cedars Golf Course, 3:15 p.m.
• White River volleyball at Fife, 7 p.m. • Enumclaw golf (boys and girls) hosts Bonney Lake, 2 p.m. • White River boys golf vs. Orting at Sumner Meadows Golf Course, 3:15 p.m. • White River soccer at Steilacoom, 5 p.m. • Enumclaw volleyball hosts Lakes, 7:15 p.m. • White River cross country at Franklin Pierce, 4 p.m. • Enumclaw swim/dive hosts Peninsula, 3:30 p.m. • White River boys tennis hosts Northwest Christian, 3:30 p.m. • Enumclaw water polo hosts Kentridge, 7:30 p.m.
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Enumclaw traveled to Vancouver, Wash., Friday night and jumped back on the winning track, beating Heritage High 54-35. The Hornets’ overall record stands at 2-1 and the team has not yet played a South Puget Sound League 3A game. The first league game is scheduled for Sept. 28 at home against Auburn Mountainview. Next up for the Hornets is a 7 p.m. game Friday at home against Skyview. Against Heritage, Enumclaw came out of the blocks on fire in the first quarter scoring 20 points. In the second quarter the Hornets posted eight, then added seven more in the third. The fourth quarter Enumclaw scored 19. Mauricio Portillo crossed the goal line for rushing touchdowns six times. Cameron Strecker scored one on the ground and Bryson Grant scored on a 17-yard pass play.
Michael Eckblad won his No. 1 singles match Sept. 12 when the Enumclaw High tennis team hosted the Peninsula Seahawks. For all results, see Roundup on Page 11. Photo by Kevin Hanson
White River is 1-2 following loss to Patriots By Kevin Hanson Senior Writer
The White River Hornets might have jumped on the scoreboard first Friday night, but visiting Washington High put together a much stronger second half and walked off with a 33-12 victory. The loss in the first game of the South Puget Sound League 2A season left the Hornets 1-2 overall. White River will seek a return to the win column with a Friday night trip to nearby Orting High, but a victory likely won’t come easy. The 3-0 Cardinals, who returned to the Class 2A ranks this year after many seasons at the 1A level, have made an immediate impact. After nonleague victories over Eatonville and Evergreen, The Cards opened league play last week with a convincing 42-21 triumph over a Franklin Pierce team that many thought would contend for the league title. Orting, led by veteran coach Marty Parkhurst, likes to run the ball behind the brother tandem of Jaysen Yoro and Christian Yoro but also counts on the quarterback play Trevor Grzelak. White River’s second loss of the season started on the right note, as the Hornets struck for a firstquarter touchdown. Zach McMillen, a four-year starter at quarterback, hooked up with Keenan
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• Enumclaw football hosts Skyview (nonleague), 7 p.m., Pete’s Pool. • White River football at Orting, 7 p.m. • Enumclaw boys tennis hosts Bonney Lake, 3:30 p.m. • White River boys tennis at Washington, 3:30 p.m. • Enumclaw swim/dive at Autumn Relays at Rogers High, 5 p.m. • Enumclaw water polo at Auburn tournament, time TBD.
• Enumclaw boys tennis at South Kitsap Tournament. • White River cross country at Bellevue Invitational at Lake Sammamish State Park. • Enumclaw water polo at Auburn tournament, time TBD.
• Enumclaw boys tennis at Peninsula, 3:30 p.m. • White River boys tennis at Orting, 3:30 p.m. • Enumclaw volleyball at Peninsula, 7:15 p.m.
• White River soccer hosts Washington, 5 p.m. • Enumclaw boys golf hosts Peninsula, 3:15 p.m. Enumclaw girls golf at Peninsula, 3:15 p.m., Canterwood Country Club. • White River girls golf vs. Fife at Northshore Golf Course, 3:15 p.m. • White River boys golf vs. Fife at Sumner Meadows Golf Course, 3:15 p.m. • White River volleyball hosts Franklin Pierce, 7 p.m. • Enumclaw soccer hosts Lakes, 7 p.m., Pete’s Pool. • Enumclaw swim/dive at Lindbergh, 3:30 p.m. • Enumclaw water polo at Auburn Riverside, time TBD.
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SPORTS ROUNDUP BOYS GOLF
Enumclaw 68, Lakes 30 Sept. 11 at Oakbrook C.C. Enumclaw scores: Thomas Hudon and Dylan Miller 39 (medalists), Beau Brock 40, Caleb Coulter 40, Josh Erickson 41, Bill Miller 42. White River 75, Steilacoom 49 Sept. 13 at The Home Course White River leaders: Ryne Peterson 36, Zahn Brooks 38 Enumclaw 86, Aub. M’view 74 Sept. 13 at Enumclaw Enumclaw: Thomas Hudon 36 (medalist), Dylan Miller 37, Beau Brock 37, Bill Miller 37, Josh Erickson 42, Junior Condon 40..
Enumclaw 148, Lakes 33 Sept. 11 at Enumclaw Enumclaw scores: Kadyn Eldridge 42 (medalist), Tammy Wilkening 44, Madeline Petellin 44, Tiffany Wilkening 45, Maddie Pillo 51, Faith Hardersen 52. White River 41, Steilacoom 5 Sept. 13 at Sumner Meadows White River scores: Caitlyn Miler 48, Jordanne Fray 50, Maci Goethals 59, Sutton Mills 62, Sydney Scott 68. Enumclaw 146, Aub. M’view 88 Sept. 13 at Auburn Golf Course
Enumclaw: Tammy Wilkening 43 (medalist), Maddie Pillo 45, Madeline Petellin 46, Tiffany Wilkkening 48, Kadyn Eldridge 50.
White River 6, Clover Park 0 Sept. 11 at Harry Lang Stadium White River goals: Payton Bushaw, Salina Corcoran, Jillian Keane, Jenn Sweitzer, Amber Inderbitzen, Morgan Clough. White River 3, Fife 2 (2 OT) Sept. 13 at Fife White River goals: Kinsey Gandel, Regan Speyer, Morgan Clough (PK) Enumclaw 4, Kennedy 1 Sept. 14 at Pete’s Pool Enumclaw goals: Nadine Huff, Mia Fornelius, Cayla Dahl, Katie Christensen. Camas 1, Enumclaw 0 (shootout) Sept. 15 at Camas
Enumclaw 26, Wilson 2 Sept. 11 at Enumclaw Enumclaw goals: Bennon VanHoof 8, Will Cooper 5, Thomas Petersen 3, Bryce VanHoof 3, Mason Culp 2, Quin Warner 1, Riley Sexton 1, Carson Lanphere 1, Brandon Butler 1, Jack Pugh 1. Enumclaw 10, Aub. M’view 8
Sept. 13 at Enumclaw Enumclaw goals: Bennon VanHoof 3, Carson Lanphere 3, Bryce VanHoof 1, Thomas Peterson 1, Brandon Butler 1, Masons Culp 1. Austin Kaehn 5 saves.
Washington 3, White River 0 Sept. 11 at White River 25-18, 27-25, 25-23 Enumclaw 3, White River 0 Sept. 12 at White River 25-16, 25-20, 25-22 White River 3, Orting 0 Sept. 13 at Orting 25-16, 25-18, 25-19. White River: Mary Marshall 11 kills, Jade Crawford 10 kills, Cassidy Kunst 16 assists, Taylor Kaeting 14 assists.
Bonney Lake 3, Enumclaw 2 Sept. 10 at Bonney Lake No. 1 singles: Michael Williams (E) def. Brody Fitzsimmons (BL) 7-6 (7-4), 7-6 (10-8). No. 2 singles: Mitch Johnson (E) def. Nick Ching (BL), 6-1, 6-1. No. 1 doubles: Brian Grob and Dominic Leiggi (BL) def. Johnny Longley and William Longley (E) 6-0, 6-3. No. 2 doubles: Mitch Allen and Nate Monsad (BL) def. Duncan Ranft and Michael Eckblad (E) 6-3, 0-6, 7-6 (8-6). No. 3 doubles: Ethan Nguyen and
Austin Gratzer (BL) def. Austin Schuver and Matt Leavons (E) 6-4, 6-4. White River 4, Franklin Pierce 1 Sept. 10 at White River No. 1 singles: Drew Maras (WR) def. Ryan Dimond (FP) 6-0, 6-1. No. 2 singles: Sam Bruckbauer (WR) def. Julion Chhouy (FP) 6-2, 6-4. No. 1 doubles: Ben Schuessler and Zac Reeves (FP) def. Brian Lee and David Connelly (WR) 6-4, 7-5. No. 2 doubles: Alec Anastasi and Travis Meyers (WR) def. Corey Shockley and Drew Porter (FP) 6-3, 6-1. No. 3 doubles: Hunter Bruckbauer and Tommy McCarragher (WR) def. Cody Copeland and Ian Jerzyk (FP) 6-2, 6-1. Fife 3, White River 2 Sept. 12 at Fife No. 1 singles: Ross Bortano (F) def. Drew Maras (WR) 6-1, 6-4. No. 2 singles: Fernando Echanez (F) def. Sam Bruckbauer (WR) 6-3, 6-2. No. 1 doubles: Christian Arredondo and Jonnie Roscoe (F) def. Alec Anastasi and Travis Meyers (WR) 6-3, 7-6. No. 2 doubles: David Connelly and Hunter Bruckbauer (WR) def. Johnny Ngo and Brian Hebert (F) 6-4, 6-3. No. 3 doubles: Tommy McCarragher
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Matt Leavens and Austin Schuver (E) 6-2, 6-3. Enumclaw 4, Decatur 1 Sept. 14 at Enumclaw No. 1 singles: Michael Williams (E) def. Steve Kang (D) 6-1, 6-0 No. 2 singles: Mitchell Johnson (E) dev. JJ Hegenauer (D) 4-6, 6-4, 6-2. No. 1 doubles: Rob Thomas and Mitchell (D) def. Johnny Longley and William Longley (E) 6-3, 6-2. No. 2 doubles: Michael Eckblad and Duncan Ranft (E) def. Christian Chang and Phillip Kim (D) 6-4, 6-4. No. 3 doubles: Matt Leavons and Austin Schuver (E) def. Andrew Hawkins and Sam Dalin (D) 2-6, 6-4, 6-4.
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and Zak Fray (WR) def. Ryan Dines and David Gallegos (F) 6-0, 7-5. Peninsula 3, Enumclaw 2 Sept. 12 at Enumclaw No. 1 singles: Michael Eckblad (E) def. Kevin Ma (P) 6-4, 6-3. No. 2 singles: Duncan Ranft (E) def. Joe Stewart (P) 6-0, 6-1. No. 1 doubles: Hayden Skidmore and Christian Lewis (P) def. Mitchell Johnson and Michael Williams (E) 6-0, 6-0. No. 2 doubles: Matt Myers and James Silberman (P) def. Johnny Longley and William Longley (E) 6-1, 6-3. No. 3 doubles: Dominick Sookbirgsingh and Jake Sorenson (P) def.
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Enumclaw High ruled the top of the net against White River Sept. 12, winning in three straight matches in the Buckley gymnasium. The EHS girls outscored their hosts 25-16 in the first, 25-20 in the second and 25-22 in the final game. Coach Jackie Carel wrote in an email, “The games were close and challenging….. I was pleased with our poise in this match. The crowd was loud, yet the girls stayed focused down the wire and finished the match strong.” Standouts in the game were Danielle Saltarelli with 10 kills, two stuff blocks, Barbie Becker with five aces, 10 kills, and 16 digs, Hannah Morris with 18 assists, and Olivia Bannerot with 17 digs. Enumclaw played Kentlake Tuesday at home. Check the website for scores, www.courierherald.com. The Hornets host Lakes High at 7 p.m. Thursday.
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Junior Hornets win three The Enumclaw Junior Hornets youth football franchise took its show on the road last weekend to battle the Parkland Raiders at Washington High School. It was another brilliant day of sunshine, and the Raiders were hospitable hosts, led by each cheerleading team that greeted the Junior Hornets cheerleaders with gifts and high-fives. In the fourth-grade game, the Raiders featured two running backs that also dominated as linebackers on defense. Although the Junior Hornets had trouble moving the ball for the greater part of the game, fullback Ricky Bonthius stepped up with timely blocking to spring Keegan Sutter for two Hornet touchdowns on sweep plays. Tyler Feddema added one successful extra-point kick, but that wasn’t enough as the Junior Hornets fell 20-14. The fifth-grade game was a brow-beating defensive struggle. Drew Krehbiel had some booming punts for the Junior
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WHITE RIVER FROM 10 Fagan on a 28-yard scoring pass. After Dustin France booted the extra-point kick, White River had a 7-0 lead. A safety then pushed the Hornets’ advantage to 9-0. Washington answered when Victor Gamboa, last season’s league MVP, hauled in a touchdown pass from Jordan Mezias, but the Hornets scored again when France converted a short field goal. White River was unable to dent the scoreboard the rest of the way, while the Patriots managed a TD run by Kody Martinez that left the game tied at halftime. The second half belonged to the visitors, who managed third-quarter TDs by Shawn Dixon, Gamboa and Martinez.
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PSE customers to receive ‘smelly’ pamphlet The Puget Sound Energy bills reaching more than 1.5 million homes and businesses through October include a scratchand-sniff pamphlet to remind customers of the odorant used to help identify natural gas leaks. A scratch on the natural gas safety pamphlet releases a distinctive, sulfur-like aroma, a smell similar to rotten eggs. To help detect natural gas leaks more easily, PSE and other natural gas utilities add an odorant, called mercaptan, to natural gas, which is naturally odorless and colorless.
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Bathroom job doesn’t have to be expensive According to Remodeling magazine’s 2011-12 “Cost vs. Value Report,” which compares the average cost for 35 popular remodeling projects with the value those projects retain at resale, homeowners could spend more than $50,000 on an upscale bathroom remodel. That makes a bathroom remodel one of the
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rooms a new look and feel without breaking the bank. • Install a new shower. One of the best ways to give a bathroom a new look is to replace the traditional tub and showerhead with a bigger, more airy shower. Such showers are typically found in modern hotels that boast luxury amenities. Instead of the tub and slide glass, choose a hinged door with heavier glass, replacing the bathtub entirely. • Add windows and a skylight. Many bathrooms, particularly those in older homes, sorely lack adequate lighting. Adding some extra windows and a skylight can give a bathroom an entirely new look, even if you don’t replace any of the existing features or fixtures. Sunlight can make a bathroom more inviting, giving
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REMODEL FROM 13 the room the feeling of a sanctuary that many of today’s homeowners prefer. • Add some entertainment. Just like they offer larger showers with more room to breathe, many luxury hotels now ensure guests can be entertained even while they’re in the bathroom. Such hotels often feature small flatscreen televisions that sit behind the bathroom’s mirror. Guests don’t even see the television until it’s turned on. Homeowners can bring this lap of luxury into their own homes. h
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of burnt, straw-like grass where a lush lawn used to be can be aggravating. The same can be said for finding dog “presents” all over the yard. All it takes is stepping in or sliding in a pile of joy to raise blood pressure. Plus, there’s the extra work of tracking down such presents and having to clean them up. This can be time-consuming with a big yard, not to mention messy and smelly. Containing your dog to a run will keep messes all in once place. When the dog cannot be supervised by you, a dog run will be a way to let the dog spend time outside in a way that he or she won’t get into trouble. The run can be constructed of any material you desire, whether chain-link fencing, wood slats, lattice material, or tightly spaced shrubbery. Pea gravel is a good material to use on the floor of the dog run. Not only This is especially valuable to homeowners whose bathrooms currently feature soaking tubs where they can escape the daily grind with a hot bath and now even watch a little television while they soak. • Replace old tiles. Many homeowners cite their bathroom’s tiles as the feature they would most like to change. Old linoleum tiles give many bathrooms a dated look that few of today’s homeowners find appealing. Glass tiles are growing in popularity, but those old linoleum or glazed tiles can be swapped out with porcelain or stone tiles to give the room an entirely new look without spending exces-
To keep Fido happy a homeowner has to give the dog some space. Pets need room to run and “do their business.” An identified dog run is one way to go. is pea gravel aesthetically appealing, but it also allows urine to run through into the soil below and will be able to keep feces above for easier clean-up. It also can be hosed off and topped off when gravel is depleted. Avoid landscape fabrics or artificial turf that is not designed for pets. It may collect waste and lead to the proliferation of bacteria, which can create odor and unsanitary conditions for the dog. Many people like to camouflage dog runs from the rest of the yard. Trailing vines of ivy or other upward growing plants sively. • Replace the toilet. Another easy way to give a bathroom a new look is to replace the toilet. Older toilets may be eyesores and many are not very eco-friendly, either. A new toilet can give the bathroom a sleek, modern look, and since many of today’s luxury models are low-flow, you’ll also save money on your monthly water bill while doing something good for the environment. Renovating a bathroom is a top priority for many homeowners. But if a full-scale remodel is not within your budget, there are still plenty of inexpensive ways to give your bathroom a new look and feel.
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bushes or big rocks that don’t allow traction. Do make a dog running path by the fence where there is a lot of foot traffic. This way your dog can run back and forth and watch the neighbors go by. Again, pea gravel is a good choice here so that it will mask paw-trodden grass. Dogs will behave like dogs, so pet owners should learn the best way to enjoy the backyard together. Training the pooch to relieve himself in one spot and creating places that are safe for him to urinate may alleviate destructive behavior.
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may suffice. Avoid planting any poisonous plants next to the run so they are not accidentally consumed. It is also best to keep sweet nectar plants away to minimize bee and wasps from flying close to the dog. If you do not want to segregate your dog from the rest of the yard, find ways to prevent him or her from getting into places you’d rather keep off limits. Cobble rock is often difficult for dogs to walk on. Use it to form barriers of 3 to 5 inches in width to prevent access to certain parts of the yard. Border planting beds with thorny
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Finding the balance between beautiful and ‘livable’ rooms Fall is the time of year when thoughts turn back toward the home. With kids back in school and the holidays approaching, many homeowners look for ways to make their rooms more stylish, but struggle to find the balance between beautiful and livable. “Of course your home should be stylish. But if you can’t enjoy living in it, what’s the point?” says Erinn Valencich, a Los Angeles-based interior designer and blogger for HGTV’s Design Happens. “I believe in creating beautiful spaces that are fun, elegant and livable.” Redecorating a space with a few key elements can completely transform the look and feel of the room without breaking the budget. “Keep the livability of the design elements in mind to make sure you have a balance that works within your lifestyle, but still gives the room personality and a special flair for style,” notes Valencich. One of the easiest ways to breathe new life into a room is by refreshing the floors. A dull or scuffed floor can make a room look tired. Selecting the right floor-
ing will create the perfect canvas to help tie all a room’s design elements together. Flooring is one of the key design elements that will bring both personality and livability together. Adding personality “Great rooms have a personality ... a mix of vision, style and inspirations from everyday life, all while being comfortable and easy to live in,” says Valencich, who shares her tips at www.quickstepstyle. com/videos. Blending a variety of influences will add distinction to a room. Start off by having a clearly defined color palette. One option Valencich suggests is selecting a rich-toned floor to serve as a warm background for furniture. To add contrast to a warm floor, add a subtle color to the walls. Then, incorporating a collection and variety of prints and frames will help break up the wall color and add visual interest. Once all these elements are brought toget her, Va lencich recommends adding a few pieces and accessories that will add dimension, such as a
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the landfill, consider some interesting ways in which it could be used inside your house. There’s a wide spectrum of unique applications that could give your home decor a “wow” factor while being practical and
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Rooms can be beautiful, but many families won’t really be happy unless the space is also “livable.” Some tips that need not be overly expensive can help achieve the goal. chandelier or colorful accent pillows to tie the entire room’s personality together. Livability within design Authentic style that works in real life is key to achieving a beautiful and comfortable room. Valencich’s recommendations include: • Keep both comfort and style in mind when selecting furniture pieces. • Develop a list of how the room will be used by your family and guests. Keep it top-of-mind when determining the layout and flow of the room. • Select flooring and furniture that is durable. Be sure to review all the warenvironmentally friendly at the same time. The easiest and most inexpensive way to incorporate a garage door inside is to simply attach it to the wall or ceiling. Consider covering the door with
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garage door replacement as the No. 2 project (out of a list of 35) to offer a good ROI. But for every new garage door bought, there’s an old door that’s now obsolete. Before sending it off to
ranty information before making a purchase. • Consider how much maintenance will be required to keep the pieces in your room looking fresh. • Don’t let the room get too cluttered so that it becomes uncomfortable for guests to relax. • If you are going the DIY renovation route, seek products that are easy to install. “Keep all these different pieces in mind while going through the design-planning process. Then, mix in your sense of style and personality for a room that will fit all your needs,” says Valencich.
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Marianne Binetti will speak from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. Sept. 23 at the Auburn Farmer’s Market. Her topic is “Ideas and Answers for Fall Gardening” and she will give advice on fall decorating, planting and lawn care. Admission is free. Information at www.AuburnFarmersMarket.org. The third week of September is when the shorter days and cooler nights awaken dormant lawns. If you allowed your lawn to “go golden” or lie dormant without extra water this summer, it’s time to celebrate your lower water bill with a good long drink – for the grass. After a few days of heavy rain, invest in a greener future and fertilize the lawn with a slow-release fall and winter lawn food. If you aerate the lawn before you fertilize you’ll be encouraging deeper roots and a more droughtresistant lawn next summer. If you really want to save water and save money when it comes to lawn care, make this the fall you add topsoil on top of the old lawn, raking water-holding compost and topsoil mix into the holes left from a core aerator. Improving the soil can be done without tilling up the turf, but you must remove plugs of old soil so the new soil can get down to those roots. There’s no need to rake up the ugly plugs left over from lawn aeration. They will break down over the winter and add to the soil. September and early October is also a good month to overseed right on top of your old lawn. Spreading new grass seed works best if you first aerate, then add new
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Keeping your carpets terrific As the weather cools and daylight hours shorten, families tend to spend more time inside. After a long summer of open windows, sticky treats and constant activity in and out the door, you might notice that your carpets are looking a bit drab. Keeping carpets clean might seem like a daunting task, but with some tips from the experts it’s quicker and easier than you think. Carpet provides good traction, absorbs noises and saves homeowners money because it naturally insulates a room. And, contrary to popular misconceptions, carpet that is cleaned regularly is fine for people with allergies, and even asthma. The best practice for keeping carpets consistently clean is having a regular maintenance routine. Refreshing carpets after a special event, season of tough use, or simply any time of year is easy with these tips from the experts at the Carpet and Rug Institute, a national carpet trade association that focuses on science-based research, customer advo-
cacy and environmental initiatives. Create a vacuum schedule Have you ever wondered if vacuuming really makes a difference? Removing soil when it’s on the surface, before it gets tramped down, is the first and most important step in carpet maintenance. Use slow, repetitive motions that overlap (about four swipes), ensuring you get right up to the edges where dust, pollen and pet dander like to accumulate. How often do you need to vacuum? That answer may surprise you. Generally once a week with a CRIcertified vacuum is a good place to start, but depending on how frequently the area is used, you’ll likely want to do it more often. For example, high-traffic or pet areas should be vacuumed daily, medium-traffic areas require about twice a week and light-traffic areas can be done once a week. Just as you wouldn’t wear a shirt over and over again without washing it, you don’t want to go too long
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The advantages to planting succulents are many. Because they store water in their stems, roots and leaves, this reduces the number of times an owner must water them. Succulents can go several days between waterings. Succulents, like cacti, that have few if any leaves, are perhaps best at managing water because they lose little to evaporation through the foliage. Succulents are particularly good to have in areas prone to arid temperatures or where water restrictions are often in place. They can be environmentally friendly because of their ability to conserve water. Succulents treat water as a precious resource, and their entire makeup is designed to minimize consumption of water. Because they thrive in sunlight, succulents can be the ideal plants to put
in extremely sunny and hot locations. They will not wither and dry out due to extreme heat. For particularly dry areas of landscape or where soil is subpar, consider the placement of different varieties of succulents to create a varied and eye-catching display. There are many other advantages to planting succulents; some of which include: • Succulents offer contrasts in shape, texture and colors. With the many varieties, you’re bound to find something interesting and different to add to the landscape. • Whether you have ample acreage in the yard or simply some containers available for planting, succulents will thrive. They grow just as well in containers as they do in the ground. • Succulents don’t tend to require pruning or cutting back of the plant. With this in mind, you can expect them to grow large. Therefore, space the plants
adequately to allow for growth. • Succulents are perennials. So once you plant them, they should last for years and years without the hassle and expense you can expect from planting annuals every year. • Indoor greenhouses or sunrooms can be another good place for succulents. They prefer not to get chilled, which makes a controlled environment advantageous. When considering a spot for your succulents, choose areas that get plenty of sun. Think about pruning back or removing trees that would create too much shade on the succulents. Space the succulents widely apart -- more so than you would with other plants -- to allow them to spread. Pebbles or gravel make good mulching material around succulents so that drainage will be adequate. It will also set the succulents apart from other plants by contextualizing them in your garden.
Succulents might be the answer for gardeners who are looking for low-maintenance, low-water options.
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eliminate danger of overexposure, never use the oven to heat a home. Always run exhaust fans when cooking, especially during the holidays when stoves are left on for longer periods of time. Also, open a nearby window periodically when cooking to allow fresh air to circulate. • Never use generators indoors. In the case of a power outage, portable electricity generators must be used outside only
with power brought into the structure with a cord. Never use them inside the home, in a garage or in any confined area that can allow CO to collect. And be careful to follow operating instructions closely. Also refrain from using charcoal grills, camp stoves or other similar devices indoors. • Have fuel-burning appliances inspected regularly.
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I have a hellebore plant that has grown too large. Can I divide it? What time of year is best for dividing up hellebores? G.M., email Bad news for the heavenly hellebore. These tough perennials aren’t so tough once you get down to their roots – they hate to be divided. If you must downsize this winter-blooming plant, remove the entire clump in August or September (this week would be perfect) and hose off the roots. Then use a sharp knife or spade
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to separate the thick root clusters, leaving at least a few leaves attached to each division. Replant immediately into soft soil that has been amended with compost. Put any leftover divisions into containers to give away. Hellebores do not need a lot of fertilizer but they really appreciate a lot of compost. Remember the middle of the plant is the old, weak section so you can’t just slice off a side section and hope the mother plant will go on to do great things. Get down and dirty and lift the entire clump out of the ground so you can be sure each new division gets a bit of the mother plant along with the young
growth around the edge. What are the beautiful trees full of red and orange berries I see in some neighborhoods? The foliage is rather bluegray in color and ferny. The berries are just beautiful in the fall. P., email Mountain ash or Sorbus are sometimes used as street trees with spectacular berries. There are many varieties, some with the gray and ferny foliage you describe. You’ll need fertile soil with good drainage and full sun to grow this tree, plus lots of elbow room. This is a great month to visit a local nursery and check out the berry color on Mountain
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• • • Marianne Binetti has a degree in horticulture from Washington State University and is the author of “Easy Answers for Great Gardens” and several other books. For book requests or answers to gardening questions, write to her at: P.O.
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Arrange for a professional inspection of all fireplaces and fuel-burning appliances – things like furnaces, stoves, clothes dryers, water heaters and space heaters – annually to detect any CO leaks.
• Be mindful of the garage. Warming the car in the morning before work is common during the winter months, but running vehicles inside an attached garage, even if the door is open, is hazardous, as CO can leak into the home. • Install/test CO alarms. Carbon monoxide alarms are the only way to detect this poisonous gas in a home.
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3 BR, 1.5 BA townhouse Garage and fenced yard. L o c a t e d 1 2 1 2 2 2 nd Street NE. $1,050 plus deposit. Available Octob e r. N o s m o k i n g . N o pets. 253-735-1087. AUBURN
3 BR, 1 BA HOUSE. Livi n g a n d fa m i l y r o o m . Large fenced backyard. 1,350 sq ft. $1,250/ month. First and last plus $1,000 security deposit. No smoking. Pets ok with $500 deposit. H O M E F O R R E N T $1,600 - Gated commu360-219-5020 nity 3 bedroom - 1,624 Enumclaw BEAUTIFUL 2,510 SF, 3 ftÂ˛ with private fenced bedroom, 2.5 bath, 2 . 0 1 7 a c r e b a ck ya r d . story home. Den down- Huge master with cusstairs, huge bonus room tom tiled bath & walk in u p s t a i r s a n d f a m i l y closet. Kitchen features room. This home pro- stainless steel appliancvides all appliances in- e s . Te r m s b a s e d o n cluding washer and dry- credit approval & refere r. M a s t e r b e d r o o m ences. 6 month lease includes 5 piece master a n d a g r e e t o f o l l o w bath and walk-in closet. CCRâ€™s of the develop3 car garage. $1,495 ment. First month plus, month, $1,200 security security deposit of $500. deposit. No pets. Call Call for a private showA r o u n d T h e C l o ck a t i n g ; 4 2 5 - 6 9 8 - 0 7 7 1 o r email to; 253-852-3000. firstname.lastname@example.org H o m e f o r r e n t . 3 BUCKLEY B D R M 1 B A , 3 r d STUDIO house, residenBDRM is large loft. 1 tial neighborhood. Recar garage, fenced cently remodeled. No backyard. Huge deck. smoking, no pets. $495 All appliances. 1-year month plus utilities. First, l e a s e . N o s m o k - last, deposit. 745 Jeffering/pets. Credit/ back- son Avenue. 360-893g r o u n d c h e c k . 0195 (360)825-4053 Greenwater/ Crystal Mtn. Real Estate for Rent Pierce County
45 ACRE RANCH with 2 creeks! 3 BR, 1.5 BA home, cross fenced pastures and entire fenced property. 1,600 SF features 22â€™x22â€™ beamed living room ceiling & fireplace. Energy efficient house has 98% effiecient gas fur nance & new thermal pane wind ow s. N ew p a i n t a n d car pet! Appliances including washer, dr yer. Live stock accepted. In- 253-863-6122 side pets negot. Lease B o n n ey L a ke. 3 b e d credits available. $2,300. room, 2 bath, garage. 206-599-9478. $1,150 mo + $900 deBLACK DIAMOND posit. 253-370-3233
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3 BEDROOM, fully furnished, washer/ dryer. 6 month Winter lease. $1500 per month, $1000 deposit. 360-663-2640 Apartments for Rent King County
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home on lg manicured lot in a great neighborEnumclaw hood with sidewalks. LitH U G E YA R D S A L E . tle traffic, in a quiet little Cleaned out old barn. town!! Near everything. To o l s , t oy s , fa b r i c , Freshly painted exterior, yarn, women and kids vaulted family room, new clothing, sports, gener- carpets/hardwood floors, al household, tile, jew- newly painted/remodelry. Too much to list. eled kitchen with garden 37729 297th Pl SE. window. 2 car garage and RV pad. Includes disposal, refr igerator, n ew d i s h wa s h e r, g a s stove and fur nace, washer and dryer (if desired). Large beautiful, fully fenced yard with large lawn, large private patio and includes gardening service. 20 minutes to Auburn. 30 minutes to Issaquah. 10 minutes to Hwy 18. 5 m i n t o n ew s h o p p i n g center. $1,650/ month. Available October 15th or real estate sooner. $40 for credit check. $1,000 holds for sale home. $1,650 security deposit. Non-smokers. Real Estate for Sale One small pet negotiable Manufactured Homes with deposit. 206-999BONNEY LAKE 4724.
FSBO- 1367 Collins Rd., Buckley, 2300 sq. ft., built in 2001. New paint, car pet, granite, tile, stainless steel appliances and refurbished hardwood. 3 bedroom (master bedroom and bath downstairs), den, family room, living room, 2.5 bath, 2 gas fireplaces, air conditioning, mountain view, large 2 car garage plus carport or RV p a r k i n g , c o ve r e d p a t i o . $ 2 7 9 , 0 0 0 . 3 BEDROOM, 2 BATH has all appliances, 2 (360)829-0485 sheds, spacious deck. Need extra cash? Place Recent remodel in Fairyour classiďŹ ed ad today! view Manor Community! Par t trade considered. Call 1-800-388-2527 or $29,500 obo. Lot rent Go online 24 hours a day www.nw-ads.com. $510/ mo 253-441-0601.
3 BR, 2 BA SPACIOUS, modern mfg home near schools, two parks & bus stop. Hardwood floors, new vinyl windows and large kitchen/ dinning area. Laundry room with slider to back deck, yard and storage. $1,150 per month. Call today 253380-1273. Buckley
#755 Spacious 3 BR, 2 . 5 B A t ow n h o u s e i n quiet gated community, walking distance from historic downtown. Gas fireplace, private patio, attached garage, and playground on site. BEST DEAL IN TOWN, $1095/month, $800/deposit. Contact onsite mgr Stacy, 253-223-3926. www.zaran.com SOLD IT? FOUND IT? Let us know by calling 1-800-388-2527 so we can cancel your ad.
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2 BEDROOM, 1.5 bath, 1,100 SF 4-plex a p a r t m e n t . Wa s h e r, dryer hookup. Private ya r d . Wa t e r, s ewe r, garbage paid. $850 month plus deposit. No pets! 253-7322164 Enumclaw
2 bedroom apartments with. Laundry facility onsite. $675/month, first plus deposit. (253)7401685.
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2 BEDROOM APT. $645 month, $400 security deposit, $40 credit check for ever yone over the age of 18. No smoking, no pets. (360)802-1221. ENUMCLAW
2 B R , 1 . 5 B A A P T. Washer, dr yer, large storage & covered parking. Includes water, sewer, garbage. No pets. No smoking. $850/ month. First & d e p o s i t n e g o t i a bl e . 206-915-2445 ENUMCLAW
LARGE 2 bedroom with detached garage. We pay water, sewer, garbage. W/D in unit. $900 month, $700 deposit. (360)825-0707 Enumclaw
LARGE ONE bedroom a p a r t m e n t . N ew l y r e modeled. Brick fireplace. M o u n t a i n v i e w. Ve r y nice. Utilities paid. No pets. $695 month. 253709-4867
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# 7 0 1 * * F R E E F L AT SCREEN TV with 6 month lease! ** Private, clean 1 BDRM, 1 BATH units in quiet single-story c o m m u n i t y. O n - S i t e laundr y, close to Walmar t, Restaurants, stores and transit center. $675/mo, water/sewer/garbage included! $675/month, $500/deposit. NO PETS PLEASE. Call Carol for a tour, 253-941-1464. 31010 18th Ave S, Federal Way, WA. See pics at www.zaran.com ** STEAL OF A DEAL ** Free rent and reduced rates at Aspen Glade Apartments where apartm e n t l i v i n g fe e l s l i ke country living with our beautiful landscaping a n d m o u n t a i n v i ew s ! (360) 825-1168 Apartments for Rent Pierce County BUCKLEY
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City of Bonney Lake Public Notice of Ordinance Adoption AB12-125 - Ordinance 1434 [D12-125] - An Ordinance Of The City Council Of The City Of B o n n ey L a ke, P i e r c e C o u n t y, Wa s h i n g t o n , Amending Chapter 2.32.040 Of The Bonney L a ke M u n i c i p a l C o d e And Ordinance No. 1378 R e l a t i n g To B e r e ave ment Leave. (Adopted September 11, 2012 And Effective Five (5) Days From And After Its Passage, Approval, and Publication, As Required By Law.) AB12-124 - Ordinance 1435 [D12-124] - An Ordinance Of The City Of B o n n ey L a ke, P i e r c e County, Washington, Ext e n d i n g A Te m p o ra r y Zoning Moratorium On The Establishment, Maintenance Or Continuation Of Medical M a r i j u a n a C o l l e c t i ve Gardens. (Adopted September 11, 2012 And Effe c t i ve F i ve ( 5 ) D ay s From And After Its Pass a g e , A p p r o va l , a n d Publication, As Required By Law.) The full text of the ordinance(s) summarized in this notice are available to view online at www.ci.bonneylake.wa.us, at City Hall ( 1 9 3 0 6 B o n n ey L a ke Blvd, Bonney Lake, WA 98391), or will be mailed upon request. # 422754 9/19/12
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claim and filing the original of the claim with the Court in which the probate proceedings were commenced. The claim must be presented within the later of: (1) Thirty days after the Personal Representative served or mailed the notice to the creditor as provided u n d e r R C W 11.40.020(1) (c); or (2) four months after the date of first publication o f t h e n o t i c e. I f t h e claim is not presented within this time frame, the claim is forever barred, except as otherwise provided in RCW 11.40.051 and 11.40.060. This bar is effective as to claims against both the decedentâ€™s probate and nonprobate assets. Date of Filing Copy of Notice to Creditors: August 29, 2012. Date of First Publication: September 5, 2012. FA R R L AW G R O U P, PLLC By: M. Owen Gabrielson, WSBA #34214 P.O. Box 890 Enumclaw, WA 98022 Attorneys for Executor/ Personal Representative /s/ Allen K. Crandall Executor/Personal Representative
SUPERIOR COURT OF WASHINGTON FOR PIERCE COUNTY The Estate of DONALD J. SCHWEIKL, Deceased. Case No. 12-4-01335-0 PROBATE NOTICE TO CREDITORS (RCW 11.40.030) JANET RICHARDSON has been appointed as Executrix/ Personal Representative of this estate. Any person having a claim against the decedent that arose before t h e d e c e d e n t â€™s d e a t h must, before the time the claim would be barred by any otherwise applicable statute of limitations, present the claim in the manner as provided in RCW 11.40.070 by serving on or mailing to the Personal Representative or the Personal Representativeâ€™s attorney at the address stated below a copy of the claim and filing the original of the claim with the Court in which the probate proceedings were commenced. The claim must be presented within the later of: (1) Thirty days after the Personal Representative served or mailed the notice to the creditor as provided u n d e r R C W 11.40.020(1) (c); or (2) four months after the date of first publication o f t h e n o t i c e. I f t h e claim is not presented within this time frame, the claim is forever barred, except as otherwise provided in RCW 11.40.051 and 11.40.060. This bar is effective as to claims against both the decedentâ€™s probate and nonprobate assets. Date of Filing Copy of Notice to Creditors: September 11, 2012. Date of First Publication: September 19, 2012. FA R R L AW G R O U P, PLLC By: M. Owen Gabrielson, WSBA #34214 P.O. Box 890 Enumclaw, WA 98022 Attorneys for Executrix/ Personal Representative /s/ Janet Richardson Executrix/Personal Representative
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2012-0360, 0364 N OT I C E I S H E R E B Y GIVEN that the Hearing Examiner for the King County Council will meet in the Ginger Room on the 12th floor of the King County Courthouse, 516 Third Avenue, Seattle, Washington, on Wednesday, October 3, 2012, at the time listed, or as soon thereafter as possible, to consider applications for classification and real proper ty assessment under Current Use Assessment Statute RCW 84.34, all listed hereafter; 1:30 p.m. or as soon thereafter as possible. 2012-0360 - E12CT008 â€“ Yong Nang Yang for property located at 44008 228th Avenue S E , E n u m c l a w, WA 98022; STR: SW-22-2006; SIZE: 9.55 acres; REQUEST: Public Benefit Rating System; Tax #222006-9025. 2012-0364 - E12CT012 â€“ Qiang Yang for property located at 38011 265th Place SE, Enumclaw, WA 98022; STR: S W- 3 6 - 2 1 - 0 6 ; S I Z E : 13.57 acres; REQUEST: Public Benefit Rating System; Tax #3621069050. D e t a i l s a r e ava i l a bl e from the King County Depar tment of Natural Resources and Parks, Rural and Regional Services Section, 201 South Jackson Street, Suite 600, Seattle, WA 98104; Phone (206) 296-8351. Dated at Seattle, Washington, This 19th Day of September, 2012. Anne Noris Clerk of the Council Metropolitan King County Council King County, Washington # 423198 9/19/12
INVITATION FOR BIDS The Muckleshoot Housing Authority will receive â€œsealed bidsâ€? for the design build of an emergency power generator system for the Housing Authority Main Office located at 38037 158th Ave S E , Au bu r n , WA 98092. The intent is to enter into an agreement with a single prime contractor for the work described in this project manual. Sealed bids will be received until 11:00 am Pacific Daylight Time. September 27, 2012 at the Muckleshoot Construction Office located a t 3 9 0 0 9 1 7 2 n d AV E SE, Auburn, WA 98092. B i d s w i l l N OT b e r e ceived or accepted after this time. Bidders may obtain Contract Documents by emailing a letter of interest to Kim Sharp at Kim.Shar p@Muckleshoot.nsn.us. Contract documents are currently available. # 422760 9/19/19 INVITATION FOR PROPOSAL (via SMALL PURCHASE PROCEDURES) The Muckleshoot Housing Authority will receive proposals using â€œSmall Purchase Proeduresâ€? for the Architect Design Ser vices of a Maintenane Facility Building for the Housing Authority Main Office located at 38037 158th Ave SE, Auburn, WA 98092. The intent is to enter into an agreement with a single prime contractor for the work described in this project manual. Sealed bids will be received until 11:00 am Pacific Daylight Time. September 27, 2012 at the Muckleshoot Construction Office located a t 3 9 0 0 9 1 7 2 n d AV E SE, Auburn, WA 98092. B i d s w i l l N OT b e r e ceived or accepted after this time.
SUPERIOR COURT OF WASHINGTON COUNTY OF PIERCE IN THE MATTER OF THE ESTATE OF RAYMOND RIGGION BROWN, Deceased. NO. 12-4-01062-8 NOTICE TO CREDITORS RCW 11.40.030 The personal representative named below has been appointed and has qualified as Personal Representative of this estate. Any person having a claim against the decedent must, before the time the claim would be barred by any otherwise applicable statute of limitations, present the claim in the manner as provided in RCW 11.40.070 by serving on or mailing to the personal representative or the personal representativeâ€™s attorney at the address stated below a copy of the claim and filing the original of the claim with the court in which the probate proceedings were commenced. The claim must be presented within the later of: (1) Thirty days after the personal representative served or mailed the notice to the creditor as provided und e r R C W 11.40.020(1)(c); or (2) four months after the date of first publication o f t h e n o t i c e. I f t h e claim is not presented within this time frame, the claim is forever barred, except as otherwise provided in RCW 11.40.051 and 11.40.060. This bar is effective as to claims against both the decedentâ€™s probate and nonprobate assets. Date of filing copy of Notice to Creditors: August 27, 2012 Date of first publication: September 5, 2012. JULIE ANN LENNON Personal Representative TRIP HART WSBA # 8913 Attor ney for Personal Representative Address for Mailing or Service: 1224 Griffin Avenue Enumclaw, WA 980223012 (360) 825-5581 # 418282 9/5/12, 9/12/12, 9/19/12
# 418405 9/5/12, 9/12/12, 9/19/12
SUPERIOR COURT OF WASHINGTON FOR KING COUNTY The Estate of PHILLIP A. POPPLETON, Deceased. Case No. 12-4-05048-9KNT PROBATE NOTICE TO CREDITORS (RCW 11.40.030) LOUISE E. POPPLETON has been appointed as Executrix/ Personal Representative of this estate. Any person having a claim against the decedent that arose before the decedentâ€™s death must, before the time the claim would be barred by any o t h e r w i s e a p p l i c a bl e statute of limitations, present the claim in the manner as provided in RCW 11.40.070 by serving on or mailing to the Personal Representative or the Personal Representativeâ€™s attorney at the address stated below a copy of the claim and filing the original of the claim with the Court in which the probate proceedings were commenced. The claim must be presented within the later of: (1) Thirty days after the Personal Representative ser ved or mailed the notice to the creditor as provided under RCW 11.40.020(1) (c); or (2) four months after the date of first publication of the notice. If the claim is not presented within this time frame, the claim is forever barred, except as otherwise provided in RCW 11.40.051 and 11.40.060. This bar is effective as to claims against both the decedentâ€™s probate and nonprobate assets. Date of Filing Copy of Notice to Creditors: September 10, 2012. Date of First Publication: September 19, 2012. FA R R L AW G R O U P, PLLC By: M. Owen Gabrielson, WSBA #34214 P.O. Box 890 Enumclaw, WA 98022 Attorneys for Executrix/ Personal Representative /s/ Louise E. Poppleton Executrix/Personal Representative
SUPERIOR COURT OF WASHINGTON FOR KING COUNTY The Estate of LOUELLA R. CRANDALL, Deceased. Case No. 12-4-04969-3KNT PROBATE NOTICE TO CREDITORS (RCW 11.40.030) Allen K. Crandall has been appointed as Executor/ Personal Representative of this estate. A ny p e r s o n h av i n g a claim against the decedent that arose before t h e d e c e d e n t â€™s d e a t h must, before the time the claim would be barred by any otherwise applicable statute of limitations, present the claim in the manner as provided in RCW 11.40.070 by serving on or mailing to the Personal Representative or the Personal Representativeâ€™s attorney at the address stat- # 422212 ed below a copy of the 9/19/12, 9/26/12, 10/3/12
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TOWN OF SOUTH PRAIRIE TOWN COUNCIL NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING TO CONSIDER POTENTIAL AMENDMENTS PRIOR TO ADOPTING THE SHORELINE MASTER PROGRAM FOR SOUTH PRAIRIE AND ISSUANCE OF A SEPA DETERMIANTION OF NON-SIGNIFICANCE Tuesday, 2 October 2012, 7:00 P.M. South Prairie Town Hall 121 NW Washington Street South Prairie, Washington 98385 Notice to the public and other agencies is hereby g i ve n t h a t t h e S o u t h Prairie Town Council will hold a public hearing to consider amendments to the Draft Shoreline Master Program prior to its adoption. For the past two years, the Town of South Prairie has been updating its 1982 adopted Shoreline Master Program and with the assistance of two consulting fir ms has produced a 2012 Draft Shoreline Master Program. The 2012 Draft
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Want to get rich quick? Just keep reading This article is about toward right now. Well, how Christians can get you know, you should rich quick. forgive them because, Just kidding! Actually, gosh darn it, you’re a I just wanted you to keep Christian. The real reading because if you problem is not knowDean Smith knew this article was ing you should forgive, Live To Forgive Ministries but getting that Christreally about the importance of forgiveness, you inspired forgiveness may think you’ve heard from your head to your it all before and immediately turn to see heart. I get calls on a weekly basis from what Marianne Binetti suggests for the people who want consultation about how garden this fall. Well, I like Marianne’s to forgive the people in their lives. I listen articles, but I bet she wouldn’t mind if to the ways they have been hurt and how you read this first. they realize they need to forgive to be Let me cut to the chase – forgiving ain’t able to truly walk in the fullness of their easy. Honestly, trying to live and walk God-given potential. They explain that out biblical forgiveness is just plain hard. they’ve wanted to In fact, it’s one of those things that you forgive their offenders for a long time can’t really do without God. That’s the but just can’t seem to do it. Then, they hard part. Most disciplines we can do on ask for my help. I believe there are many auto-pilot with little dependence on God: people reading this article right now read the Bible, go to church, pray and who have also “tried” to forgive but just give to the poor. couldn’t do it. Loving your enemies and forgiving May I be blunt? When you tolerate your offenders is a whole other issue. and embrace unforgiveness and bitterAs you read this paragraph, I want you ness in your life, you allow it to permeto think for a second if there’s any- ate and taint every aspect of your mind, one you’re angry, bitter or unforgiving emotions and relationships (whether you
know it or not). Ouch! I know that must hurt but it’s true. So, here’s a question I want you to ask yourself: “How many times have you prayed to God about forgiving this person?” How many times have you intentionally surrendered all your anger and resentment to God? (Ephesians 4:31). I’ve found that forgiveness is really a two-part process. There’s your part, which is simply saying, “Lord, I choose to forgive – please help me.” Then, there’s God’s part. He’s the one who transforms your heart and mind and turns anger to peace and resentment to love. God helped me forgive and love the man that murdered my mom. I’ve seen hundreds of other people forgive much worse. I believe the greatest obstacle in living out this miraculous forgiveness we read about in the Bible is that we don’t make forgiveness a priority. We pray once or twice and then give up. It will be your intimate relationship with Jesus that will expedite the forgiveness process and set you free from the bondage and thoughts of revenge. Jesus said to make forgiveness the focus every time you pray (Mark 11:25). MC Hammer
Local students are on summer honor roll at WSU
work. Included on the academic list were the following local students. Black Diamond: Jill M. Jamison and Kendall J. Walker. Buckley: Lisa L. Kohout and Emily Stephens. Enumclaw: Gabrielle L. Engelhard and Brittney L. Finck.
Washington State University has released its President’s Honor Roll for the 2012 summer semester. To be eligible for the honor roll, undergraduate students must be enrolled in a minimum of nine graded hours in a single term at WSU and earn a grade-point average of 3.75 or earn a 3.50 cumulative GPA based on 15 cumulative hours of graded
agreed with Jesus when he sang, “You got to pray just to make it today.” I challenge spouses to intentionally pray together about unforgiveness toward each other. I challenge parents to pray with their children about receiving God’s forgiveness. I challenge you to pray about the resentment you’ve been harboring. Just start by saying, “Jesus, I choose to forgive (insert name here), please help me.” If you make forgiveness a priority and keep it in your daily prayers, you will experience radical peace, freedom and breakthrough in your spiritual life and relationships. Making forgiveness a part of your daily prayers will be one of the best things you can do for yourself and those who have to deal with you on a daily basis. If Jesus died for our forgiveness, the least we can do is live for it. Live to forgive! Dean Smith is the founder/director of Live To Forgive Ministries and teaches about God’s forgiveness and love in churches and conferences around the world. He attends Rainier Hills Christian Fellowship in Buckley with his wife Molly and two children. Learn more at: www. livetoforgive.com.
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FOOTBALL FROM 11 push their season record to 4-0. The seventh-grade team came out hot early but slipped into a frenzy of turnovers, giving up two Raider inceptions for touchdowns. Capitalizing on two fumble recoveries by defensive end Jake Gehri
Wednesday, September 19, 2012 • The Enumclaw Courier-Herald • Page 33 and one by Colton Clark, the Hornets answered the challenge by scoring early and often, ultimately winning 30-19. Kioni Gill led a Hornet defense that was swarming and gang tackling all afternoon. Mason Fend rushed for more than 100 yards and scored two key touchdowns. Tanner
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The eighth-grade team had the biggest challenge of the day, facing a talented Raider team for the second time in three weeks. Refusing to be intimidated, this day was to be much different. Led by an emotional team defensive effort, the Hornets stopped multiple Raider drives with tremen-
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got the ball back with three minutes to go, needing a touchdown plus an extra point to tie the game, but fumbled the snap on the first play from scrimmage to eliminate their opportunity, making the final score 19-12 for the Raiders. – reported by Scott Eilertson
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CONNECTION Serving Enumclaw and Black Diamond
2929 McDougall Avenue, Enumclaw
Superintendent’s Message We share a small place at Crescent Bar with my wife, Britt’s mom and dad. This is one of my favorite places. It was almost 30 years ago when I first visited Crescent Bar. I had just begun dating Britt and she and her family invited me to spend time with them. Our place is small, but perfect for keeping our family together... playing games, eating meals, telling stories....laughing. Since that first visit, Britt and I have continued to build many wonderful memories. Crescent Bar is where we honeymooned. It was the first vacation spot for both our children, Hans and Anna. In addition to family time with Britt’s parents and sister, it has become a yearly vacation spot for my brothers and their families as well. One can’t help but rest, relax and rejuvenate when visiting. I don’t have words to fully describe it, but when you visit Crescent Bar you feel you are in a special spot. You want to cherish each moment that you have at CB and after you leave, you look forward to returning. For the first several weeks of school, the staff and I are all working together to create this “Crescent Bar” feeling for you and your children. We want your children to love their classrooms and schools. We want them to cherish the time when they are with us. Finally, we want them to look forward to returning the next day....and for the next 165 days or so! Thanks so much for allowing us the privilege of working with your children each day! We hope that when you are sitting around the dinner table, you can say, “Our schools and classroom(s) are among our favorite places.”
Contact Us Enumclaw School District 2929 McDougall Avenue Enumclaw WA 98022 360.802.7100 Enumclaw High School (Grades 9-12)
226 Semanski Street South Enumclaw WA 98022
Jill Burnes, Principal email@example.com Paul Iacobazzi, Assistant Principal firstname.lastname@example.org Kevin Smith, Assistant Principal & CTE Director email@example.com Caspar vanHaalen, Assistant Principal firstname.lastname@example.org Kevin Smith, Athletic Director email@example.com 360.802.7669
Enumclaw Middle School (Grades 6-8) 550 Semanski Street South Enumclaw WA 98022 Steve Rabb, Principal firstname.lastname@example.org Will Osborn, Dean of Students email@example.com 360.802.7150 Fax: 360.802.7224
Thunder Mt. Middle School (Grades 6-8)
42018 264th Avenue SE Enumclaw WA 98022 Virginia Callison, Principal firstname.lastname@example.org Chad Davidson, Dean of Students email@example.com 360.802.7492 Fax: 360.802.7500
New Student Board Representative
In Partnership with YOU!
Welcome Reilly Desmul Student Board Representative!
Following an interview process, Reilly Desmul was chosen as the junior student board representative to the board of directors. Reilly believes she can make a positive difference in her school by effectively communicating the needs and ideas of her classmates to the board. She comments in her application that EHS students are driven and she shares that drive, believing she can be the bridge to sharing the collective message of students to the board of directors. She looks forward to making a positive difference in her high school and to the board.
Sunrise Named “Reward
School” By State Of Washington!
Superintendent Mike Nelson received the following letter from OSPI Superintendent Randy Dorn. Many congratulations to the students and staff at Sunrise Elementary! Dear Superintendent Mike Nelson: Congratulations! Sunrise Elementary School has been named a Reward School, as part of the Elementary and Secondary Education Act (ESEA) Flexibility Request approved by the Department of Education. Reward Schools are classified either as “highest performing schools” or “high-progress schools”. Sunrise Elementary is a high-progress Title I school that scored in the top 10 percent of Title I schools in Reading and Math (combined) on state assessments for its “all students” group. This designation acknowledges a school’s performance and improvement in Reading and Math during a three-year period (2008/09-2010/11). Schools designated as Reward Schools cannot have significant achievement or opportunity gaps among subgroups. Sincerely, Randy I. Dorn State Superintendent of Public Instruciton
Again, we congratulate you on this achievement! Your staff, students, parents and community can take pride in joining this distinguished group. Fax: 802.7374
Black Diamond Elementary (Grades K-5)
Sunrise Elementary (Grades K-5)
Byron Kibler Elementary (Grades K-5)
Westwood Elementary (Grades K-5)
25314 Baker Street Black Diamond WA 98010 Gerrie Garton, Principal firstname.lastname@example.org 360.802.7570 Fax: 360.802.7610 2057 Kibler Avenue Enumclaw WA 98022 Julene Miller, Principal email@example.com 360.802.7263 Fax: 360.802.7300
Southwood Elementary (Grades K-5) 3240 McDougall Avenue Enumclaw WA 98022 Susan Arbury, Principal firstname.lastname@example.org 360.802.7370
899 Osceola Street Enumclaw WA 98022 Chris Beals, Principal email@example.com 360.802.802.7425 Fax: 360.802.7427
21200 SE 416th Enumclaw WA 98022 Keri Marquand, Principal firstname.lastname@example.org 360.802.7620 Fax: 360.802.7622
Administration Office 2929 McDougall Avenue Enumclaw WA 98022 Mike Nelson, Superintendent
email@example.com Tim Madden, Business & Operations Director firstname.lastname@example.org Terry Parker, Curriculum, Instruction, Assessment Director email@example.com Stephanie Berryhill, Human Relations Director firstname.lastname@example.org Anne Chambers, Student Support Services Director email@example.com Chad Marlow, Technology Coordinator firstname.lastname@example.org 360.802.7100 Fax: 360.802.7140
450 Semanski Street South Enumclaw WA 98022 Everett Cunningham, Supervisor email@example.com 360.802.7232 Fax: 360.802.7243
Wednesday, September 19, 2012 • The Enumclaw Courier-Herald • Page 35 – paid advertisement –
State Test Results - Spring 2012
District Facebook Launched!
Our school district enjoyed strong across-the-board academic performance gains this past year on the state MSP/HSPE/EOC assessments. These student performance improvements are the result of many wide-ranging improvement initiatives in our school district, outstanding principal leadership in our buildings, and most importantly, the incredible dedication and expertise of our teachers as they support the academic development of their students every day!
To provide an additional method for communication between parents, students, the district and the community, we launched an official Facebook page on August 1, 2012!
This past year we rededicated ourselves to the proven research-based instructional strategies in reading that have been used in our district for many years. As a result of this focused work, we enjoyed significantly improved student reading scores at most grade levels. Our greatest district-wide focus areas are the score decreases in our 4th grade math and 7th grade writing after showing such significant gains the previous year. Each of our schools has a positive story related to outstanding student performance in given grade levels and subject areas. These individual school results will provide the focus areas for MSP/HSPE/EOC improvement during this upcoming school year. If you would like further discuss these state test results, please feel free to contact Terry Parker, Director of Curriculum, Instruction and Assessment, by telephone at 360.802.7124, or via e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.
Key Student Performance Successes • 14/20 MSP/HSPE grade level/subject areas improved from 2011 to 2012 • 15/20 MSP/HSPE grade level/subject areas performed higher than the state average in 2012 • 6/8 grade levels in MSP/EOC Math improved from 2011-2012 • 6/8 grade levels in MSP/EOC Math performed higher than the state average in 2012 • 5/7 grade levels in MSP/EOC Reading improved from 2011-2012 • 6/7 grade levels in MSP/EOC Reading performed higher than the state average in 2012 • 3rd Grade Reading – • 3rd Grade Math – • 4th Grade Writing – • 5th Grade Math – • 8th Grade Reading – • 8th Grade Science –
Highest Score Ever! Highest Score Ever! Highest Score Ever! Highest Score Ever! Highest Score Ever! Highest Score Ever!
• 3rd Grade Reading – • 4th Grade Reading – • 4th Grade Writing – • 5th Grade Math – • 8th Grade Reading –
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• 3rd Grade Reading • 4th Grade Reading • 4th Grade Reading • 5th Grade Reading • 7th Grade Reading • 8th Grade Reading
-0.5 below state average in 2011 +5.0 above state average in 2012! -0.3 below state average in 2011 +6.1 above state average in 2012! +1.9 above state average in 2011 +10.5 above state average in 2012!
Technology Spotlights! Students in Mrs. Taylor’s class work on assignments in the EMS STEM lab.
If you use the social media Facebook, we hope you visit us at
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Upcoming Events September & October When
September 19 EMS 6th Grade Camp September 20 TMMS 6th Grade Camp September 20 Kibler Elementary Curriculum Night at 6:30 pm September 20 Southwood Elementary Open House at 6:30 pm September 21 Early Release – Staff Collaboration September 25 Thunder Mt. Middle School Open House at 7:00 pm September 27 Black Diamond Elementary Open House at 6:30 pm September 27 Sunrise Elementary Open House at 7:00 pm September 28 Early Release – Staff Collaboration September 28 EHS Homecoming Parade at 4:00 pm September 28 EHS Homecoming Football Game 7:00 pm September 29 EHS Homecoming Dance October 2 Board Work Study at Kibler Elementary at 6:30 pm October 5 Early Release – Staff Collaboration October 8 EHS Fall Instrumental Concert at 7:00 pm October 11 STEM Expo at EHS October 12 Early Release – Staff Collaboration October 15 Board Meeting at district office at 6:30 pm October 18-27 EHS Drama Presents “The Diviners” http://www.enumclaw.wednet.edu/our district/calendars.aspx
Mrs. McCullough utilizing new interactive technology in her classroom.
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