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Remains found in St. Edwards Park identified as Kenmore man MacDonald was missing for six years BY MATT PHELPS firstname.lastname@example.org
he human remains found by two students in St. Edwards Park last Thursday have been identified as a missing Kenmore man. The King County Medical Examiner confirmed the re-
mains belonged to Kenmore resident Brian MacDonald, who was reported missing on April 4, 2006. MacDonald, who was 46 at the time of his disappearance and lived just five blocks from the park, dropped his daughter off at school and told her he was going for a walk. He was
never seen again. Detectives disappearance. The site also said they are looking states that McDoninto MacDonald’s ald often took long activities at the time walks. He also left of his disappearance his wallet at home. but there is no indiMcDonald’s cation of foul play. remains were found A post on last Thursday in a missingin.org states wooded area in a that McDonald was BrianMacDonald remote corner of in the process of the Bastyr Univera divorce and unsity campus in St employed at the time of his Edwards Park, about 100 feet
from the intersection of N.E. Juanita Drive and N.E. 143rd Street near the Kirkland border. Detectives were called to the wooded area about 10 feet from a busy trail used by hikers and mountain bikers. The students originally found a skull and some long bones and reported it to Bastyr University, which in turn contacted the Kenmore
Woman battles anorexia, bulimia with baked goods
Kirkland Albertsons to close midOctober BY RAECHEL DAWSON
Kirkland’s Camilla Kuhns needs community’s help to pay for treatment
under 100.” After three months of baking desserts while Kirkland resident Cablogging about her disormilla Kuhns has a passion der and posting photos of for baking desserts. She her sweets, she’s earned attended Juanita High $5,000 to help contribute School, graduated from to the cost of treatment. Brigham Young UniverSubstantial help from her sity with a 3.78 GPA and grandparents, a second she loves her church, The mortgage taken out on Church of Jesus Christ of her family’s home and Latter-day Saints. help from her Kirkland But what many may not church will help cover the know is Kuhns rest of the steep “I’d like to be price it takes for has harbored eatunder 100 ing disorders for Kuhns to get inmost of her life. (pounds). Well, patient treatment Kuhns, who I’d like to be at the Center for weighs 102 healthy, but Change in Utah. pounds and is my eating “Not every5 feet 8 inches disorder would body has help or tall, will embark like to be amazing support on her recovery under 100.” systems that will on Oct. 15 after donate money,” Camilla Kuhns nearly 18 years of said Kuhns, who fighting anorexia bakes everything nervosa and from pies, truffles, and bulimia. And she’s using cookies to bread. “I am so her disorders’ adversaries lucky … I cannot imagine - cookies, brownies and trying to do this without other sweets - to battle it support. It’s so isolatout. ing and lonely, private “I’d like to be under 100 and shameful that if you (pounds),” said Kuhns, don’t have people that say 29. “Well, I’d like to be you matter, then I totally healthy, but my eating understand how people disorder would like to be [ more KUHNS page 10 ]
Police Department. The King County Medical Examiner confirmed Thursday the original remains were human. The King County Sheriff ’s Office Major Crimes detectives were out at the scene by 1 p.m. on Friday searching a small 40-foot area. On Saturday, more remains were found by Search and Rescue personnel as they searched a wider area.
BY RAECHEL DAWSON
Kirkland resident Camilla Kuhns weighs 102 pounds and is 5 feet 8 inches tall and will embark on her recovery on Oct. 15 after nearly 18 years of fighting anorexia nervosa and bulimia. CONTRIBUTED PHOTO
The long-time Albertsons in Kirkland’s Juanita neighborhood will close mid-October, leaving many out of work or forced to relocate to another store. The nearest Albertsons is in Woodinville. “(The store) was not meeting its numbers,” said Lilia Rodriguez, communications manager for Albertsons. “(Supervalu’s) goal is to ensure the success of the entire company.” In early September, Supervalu Inc. announced the closure of 60 underperforming and “nonstrategic” stores across the U.S. Twenty-seven Albertsons, 20 Save-ALots, four ACME’s and one Jewel-Osco will close before Dec. 1. Washington’s 10 closures include Albertsons stores located in Kirkland, north Marysville, Benson and 208th in Kent, Lacey, north Auburn, Bonney Lake in Sumner and SaveA-Lots closures in Port Orchard and Tacoma. Nineteen stores will close in California and eight in Oregon. [ more CLOSE page 6 ]
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Evergreen Hospital establishes new midwifery group
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births a month. “What’s most compelling is our C-section rate (between 10 and 15 percent),” she said. “We meet them at the door of the hospital, we’re with them during labor and we help with breast feeding.” The national Caesarean rate is around 30 to 35 percent. Bradford, a midwife since 2001, worked per diem for the Center for Women’s Health at Evergreen before it closed. Jackson, a midwife since 2004, and Burton, a midwife since 2008, were full-time employees. And Distor,
although a midwife for 25 years, is new to Evergreen’s practice. The former administrator of Center for Women’s Health, Deborah PorterPeterson, pleaded guilty on Aug. 22 to nine counts of second-degree theft. According to a Kirkland police report, PorterPeterson opened at least six business credit cards through the midwifery practice and paid for family vacations, food, entertainment and her gambling problem. Charging documents indicate throughout her employment, which began in 1998, she stole more
than $500,000. She has paid $265,000 in restitution and owes another $210,000, the documents continue. Her sentencing is scheduled for Nov. 16 at the King County Courthouse. She could face up to 22 months in prison, according to Dan Donohoe, spokesperson for King County Prosecutors Office. Prosecutors will push for the full sentence. For more information on EvergreenHealth Midwifery Care, visit their open house from 4-7 p.m. on Oct. 16 at the Evergreen Health Medical Center, Coral room 225. To RSVP, call 425-899-4012.
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new midwifery group has emerged at Evergreen Hospital after an embezzlement case caused the hospitalbased Center for Women’s Health to flop last year. Local support comprised of midwives, doulas and parents collaborated with Evergreen administration to create EvergreenHealth Midwifery Care. When Center for Women’s Health lost three of its five midwives, 24/7 care fell too. Now with four midwives
- Michele Jackson, Shana “It’s an honor to get to Burton, Heather Bradford know the families,” she and Cathleen Distor said. expecting families will be The EvergreenHealth able to take advantage of Midwifery Care, which around-the-clock care. opened Sept. 11, has helped Bradford said she is deliver 13 births and thrilled to provide expects to deliver 25 24/7 care in the more babies who HEALTH community again are due in the fall. and says some Recently, the women have been midwives delivered waiting for the their 5000th birth to midwifery program Jodie and Kai Huang of to open again before they Redmond. Burton helped get pregnant. One perk of deliver their little girl being a midwife, Bradford Hayley on Sept. 25. There said, is that relationships were no complications with are developed and often pa- the birth. tients come back for second Bradford hopes the proand third births. gram can accommodate 50
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irkland residents will receive their ballots in the mail next week for the Nov. 6 general election and will be faced with several important races and measures. Key among those decisions is Kirkland’s Propositions 1 and 2 for streets and parks. Prop 1 would raise $3 million per year to fund street maintenance, neighborhood safety improvements such as resurfacing, pothole repairs, school walk routes, sidewalks and crosswalks. Residents will be asked to approve an ongoing property tax levy of 20.4 cents per $1,000 of assessed value. That means people with a home valued at the median $346,000 would pay an estimated annual cost of $70.58. The City of Kirkland is also asking voters to decide whether to increase property taxes by a levy rate of 16 cents per $1,000 of assessed value to restore parks maintenance and lifeguard services. If approved, this permanent levy would raise property taxes by $55.36 per year for a home with a median assessed valuation. If voters approve both measures, homeowners will pay about $11 per month in new taxes. Over the past several weeks, we have received more than a dozen letters both opposing and supporting these measures. Some residents criticized Prop 2, saying it would increase property taxes indefinitely and questioned how new
projects in the future would be determined. Prop 2 supporters say the measure will fund the Green Kirkland Partnership, which hosts volunteers who take care of Kirkland’s parks. It would also ensure sustained funding for the city’s parks system, one letter writer said. Whether you decide to vote for the measures or not, we hope you will check the Reporter weekly for new election coverage that will help to keep you informed before Nov. 6. Other Kirkland races to look out for include candidates vying for several seats in the 45th and 48th Districts. All of those candidates will be featured in an upcoming
legislative forum on Oct. 15 (for more information, see page 9). For those of you who can’t make it to the event, our reporter Raechel Dawson will cover the event and we will publish that story in next week’s Oct. 19 issue. The Reporter also has three more issues before the general election, which means readers have just a few more weeks to submit any election-related letters to the editor. And be sure to visit www.kirklandreporter.com and type the candidate’s name into the search engine to find out more about each candidate through our election coverage.
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Support Kirkland parks – vote yes for Prop. 2 One of Kirkland’s strengths is its sense of community. A great example of this is the volunteer work in Kirkland’s nature parks that is hosted by the Green Kirkland Partnership. The work focuses on replacing invasive weeds and shrubs in our parks with Northwest native plants. Green Kirkland events are fun, make a huge difference and provide a wonderful way for people to “give back” to the community. Volunteers pride themselves on their accomplishments and gain a sense of ownership of the areas in which they work. The Green Kirkland Partnership has done a lot with a tiny bit of City funding and with grants. The problem is that grants are becoming more difficult to obtain. Green Kirkland could do more if it had stable funding, which is what Proposition 2, the park levy, would provide. That’s why we need to support it. Consider the next two big restoration events: Juanita Bay Park on Saturday, Oct. 13, and Crestwoods Park on Saturday, Nov. 10. (See www. GreenKirkland.org for details and to sign up.) We are very fortunate to have two private groups sponsoring these events. The Juanita Bay event
is funded by the Robidoux Foundation and the Crestwoods Park event is funded by Pearl Jam - the band - through the non-profit Forterra (formerly the Cascade Land Conservancy). We are most grateful for this private support, for we couldn’t organize these events without it. However, these funds will run out next year. A long-term, sustainable source of funding is urgently needed for our parks’ on-going care and maintenance. That’s why the passage of Prop. 2 on the November ballot is so important. Prop 2 will provide annual funding for the Green Kirkland Partnership. These funds will then be used to leverage all the community support such as these volunteer work events. It’s Kirkland at its best! Working together, we can all make a difference. Please vote YES on Prop. 2. Thank you!
Nona Ganz, Kirkland
For Kirkland supports dedicated funding to take care of city In November, residents of Kirkland will be asked to approve two levies. Proposition No. 1 provides for streets maintenance, safe school walk routes, and neighborhood safety improvements. Proposition No. 2 provides for parks maintenance, lifeguards
and water safety, and renovation and improvement projects. For Kirkland supports both measures. Proposition 1, the street maintenance and pedestrian safety levy, will raise an estimated $3 million annually to be used for street preservation, pedestrian improvements and neighborhood safety measures, including safe-walk routes to schools throughout the city. Kirkland staff and the council have worked on this for over two years looking for economies, efficiencies and additional funding. Engineers have made scores of presentations across the city demonstrating our current situation, the consequences of deferring action, and the long-term cost. Inaction now means much greater costs later. So, our choice is progress or potholes. Proposition 2, the parks maintenance, restoration, and enhancement levy, will raise $2.35 million annually in dedicated funding to restore parks maintenance, provide lifeguards at Houghton, Waverly, and Juanita beaches, and continue forest and habitat restoration and stewardship through the Green Kirkland volunteer program. It will also take over maintenance of O.O. Denny Park from the Finn Hill Parks District, which residents of Finn Hill have been taxing themselves to cover, and expires in 2013. The parks levy will fund capital renovation and
improvement projects, including dock and shoreline improvements for waterfront parks, renovation of Waverly Beach Park, and replacement of the Juanita Beach boathouse. The levy funds development of the Cross Kirkland Corridor, removing rails and providing an interim trail while Kirkland determines its long-term vision and plans for the corridor. The parks levy includes important accountability measures. Proposition 2 funds are dedicated to parks and future projects will be determined by citizens — members of the Kirkland Parks Board. And the council and public will get an annual report on how money from the levy is spent. During harsh budget cuts with the economic downturn, the council appropriately prioritized public safety. Maintenance was scaled back, restrooms were closed, garbage cans were removed from parks, and beach lifeguards and programs like Green Kirkland were only continued through one-time funding sources. As the economy has begun to recover, the city has partially restored services and service levels, but it’s time to have a sustainable solution. The combination of both levies will cost approximately $120 for the median homeowner in Kirkland, less than $10 per month. Passage of both measures is important to our quality [ more LETTERS page 5 ]
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www.kirklandreporter.com of life, taking care of our city, and meeting needs now and in the future. For Kirkland encourages you to vote yes on both Proposition 1 and 2.
Dan Krehbiel, president
Prop. 2 will fund Cross Kirkland Corridor albatross Finally a proponent of Proposition 2 has stated the primary purpose of the levy. Brenda Nunes in the Oct. 5 Reporter states: “This levy ensures that the critical funding necessary for the Cross Kirkland Corridor … is in place.” Thus, the city desperately needs funds to make something (anything) of this albatross of a rail bed that has already cost us $5 million. I believe less than 95 percent of Kirkland residents will ever use the trail, unless they like to look at industrial buildings or into people’s back
yards. That is all I saw riding the Dinner Train, and taking my dog to poop when I lived beside the trail at Carillon Point Heights. Kirkland parks are now well maintained with current funds. If the Corridor developers want their funds, they should ask the residents for direct funding for their special projects.
Edward J. Bell, Kirkland
Prop. 2 will ensure funding for parks A yes vote on Proposition 2 for parks is the right way to ensure sustained funding for the city’s extraordinary parks system. In my leadership role of a financial services company I know firsthand the importance of business protecting its capital assets and investing in its future. The impacts of the economic downturn have resulted in a significant drop in maintenance and capital improvements of our parks through budget cuts and reduction of the
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Vote yes for Prop. 2 to preserve parks I’m voting yes for great Kirkland Parks on Nov. 6 for the City of Kirkland’s Proposition 2. I have lived and owned a business in Kirkland for 12 years. As a resident I use and value Kirkland’s spectacular parks, trails, and open spaces. As a local owner of a business I have deepened my connection to the community and understand how important the city’s parks system has played in our quality of life. My office is located across the street from Juanita Bay Park, an
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The Juanita Albertsons, located at 9826 Northeast 132nd St., opened in December 1970. RAECHEL DAWSON, Kirkland Reporter
the 11 large grocery stores in Kirkland generate “The decisions are about $600,000 in annual never easy because of the sales-tax revenue a year. impact a store closure has The smaller stores bring on our team members, in around $20,000 and the our customers and our larger ones amass about communities,” Su$30,000 to $40,000 a pervalu President year. Wayne Sales said “I would say KIRKLAND in a news release. Albertsons was in “(The) announceline with the small ment reflects our stores, that’s why commitment to it’s closing,” Olson move with a greater said. sense of urgency to reduce The Daily News of Los costs and improve shareAngeles reported that the holder value.” number of workers varies The Juanita Albertsons, from 50 to 100, depending located at 9826 Northon store size. east 132nd St., opened in “Most of the affected December 1970. team members are repreMichael Olson, the sented by labor unions,” City of Kirkland’s deputy Rodriguez said. “So they’ll director of finance, said
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abide by their collective bargaining agreements. Those with seniority will have bumping rights.” Many grocery store workers are under the United Food and Commercial Workers union. Supervalu’s closures over the next three years may generate between $80 to $90 million by monetizing real estate, cutting “cash operating losses” and selling assets. “Cash generated from these actions will be used to reduce outstanding debt and for other general corporate purposes,” said a Supervalu news release. “These closures will also be accretive to net earnings.”
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irkland firefighters responded to a house fire Oct. 3 in the Finn Hill neighborhood that was started by discarded cigarette butts. At 5:34 p.m. three fire engines, three ladder trucks and one medic arrived at 9242 N.E. 135th
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Police Blotter The blotter feature is both a description of a small selection of police incidents and a statistical round-up of all calls to the Kirkland Police Department that are dispatched to on-duty police officers. The Kirkland Reporter Police Blotter is not intended to be representative of all police calls originating in Kirkland, which average about 1,000 per week. Between Sept. 28 - Oct. 4 the Kirkland Police Department reported 476 traffic violations (six DUIs), 10 school zone traffic violations, 21 alarm calls, 21 noise complaints, 13 calls of disturbance, 12 thefts, 12 car prowls, 36 acts of traffic
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very week, 100 Western Washington women are diagnosed with breast cancer, which continues to be the second most frequently diagnosed cancer among women in the U.S., after skin cancer. We don’t yet know the exact causes of breast cancer, and many myths about breast cancer continue to exist. But probably the best way to prevent and survive a breast cancer diagnosis is to be informed. All women are at risk for breast cancer. Although this disease is more common in women over the age of 40, younger women can and do get breast cancer as well. To reduce risk, here are some things you should know. • If you are over 40 years old, have a mammogram. The American Cancer Society, the National Cancer Institute and Susan G. Komen all agree that women age 40 and older should have mammograms every 1 to 2 years. Early detection is the key to survival. The five-year relative survival rate for breast cancer, when caught early, is 99 percent. When detected at the latest stage, the survival rate drops to 23 percent. • Know what is normal for you. See your health provider right away if you notice a lump, swelling, changes in breast size or a new pain in one spot that does not go away.
• Live a healthy lifestyle. Maintain a healthy weight. Add exercise to your routine. Limit your use of alcohol. Breastfeed, if you can. And, since we live in the Northwest, current studies point to maintaining a normal level of vitamin D as helpful. However, if you fear that you might be at greater risk for breast cancer because your mother or grandmother had the disease, you should know that most women diagnosed with breast cancer have no family history of the disease. Only five to 10 percent of breast cancers are due to inherited genetic mutations.
abandonment, 15 calls of civil disturbance, three burglaries, four domestic violence calls, three calls for harassment, six reports of illegal drugs, two alleged assaults, 12 thefts, eight calls for malicious mischief and eight acts of fraud. At least 29 people were arrested.
A man called Kirkland police to report his 11-year-old son was offered drugs from other children on a school bus on Oct. 1. It is unknown which school the boy attends.
Oct. 1 Order violation: 6:44 a.m., 12040 N.E. 128th Street. A 46-year-old Monroe man was arrested for a domestic violence order violation after he was seen following a 45-year-old woman to her work in his 2008 Mazda. Police seized a meth pipe during his arrest.
Oct. 4 Warrant: 6:30 p.m., 11703 N.E. 80th Street. A 50-year-old woman was arrested on a Bothell warrant for second-degree theft. Police seized a “silver spoon” said to be drug-narcotic paraphernalia.
Oct. 2 Illegal drugs: 10903 N.E. 53rd Street.
Illegal drugs: 11:26 p.m., 11800 block of N.E. 128th Street. A 24-year-old man was stopped during traffic for his back light being out. But Kirkland police viewed a “green leafy substance” for which he was taken into
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Sept. 29 Theft: 3 p.m., 13415 115th Avenue N.E. a 15-year-old boy allegedly stole a package of Nu Skin moisturizer lotion off the porch of a 57-year-old man. Two other 15-year-old boys were involved but not arrested.
Sept. 28 Assault: 1:50 a.m., 106 Kirkland Avenue. A 30-year-old Lynnwood man was arrested for assaulting a 24-year-old Kirkland man. Minor in consumption: 5:58 a.m., 7826 N.E. 135th Place. An 18-year-old woman reported her vehicle was the victim of a hit and run. When police investigated, they deemed her car had rather been the instigator of the collision and had struck a tree. The woman claimed she didn’t remember hitting a tree but “probably did so.” Her preliminary alcohol breath test revealed a 0.16.
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Legislative Candidate Forum Oct. 15 The Rotary Club of Kirkland and the Greater Kirkland Chamber of Commerce will host a legislative candidate forum featuring all 45th and 48th District candidates vying for House seats in the Nov. 6 general election. The event will run from 6-8 p.m. Oct. 15 at the Woodmark Hotel, 1200 Carillon Point in Kirkland. Candidates running for the 45th District include incumbent Rep. Roger Goodman (D-Kirkland) for Position 1, and Republican challenger Joel Hussey, of Redmond. For the Position 2 seat, incumbent Rep. Larry Springer (D-Kirkland) and Republican challenger Jim Thatcher will face off. Incumbent Rep. Ross Hunter (D-Medina) and Republican challenger Bill Hirt, of Bellevue will compete for the 48th District’s Position 1. Democrat Cyrus Habib, of Kirkland, and Republican Hank Myers, a current Redmond City Councilman, will vie for the Position 2 seat, vacated by Rep. Deb Eddy. The forum is free and open to the public. Participants may also order dinner. For more information, visit www.kirklandrotary. org.
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can just die.” The crude mortality rate nationally for anorexia is at 4 percent, 3.9 percent for bulimia, according to the American Journal of Psychiatry. Malnutrition, heart or organ failure and suicide are among the top causes of death for people with eating disorders. Kuhns is on the brink. Her doctor Jessica Valentine wrote in a letter posted on Kuhns’ blog that she was medically concerned about Kuhns’ cardiac changes from her electrocardiography test (EKG) taken back in August. Valentine said Kuhns’ heart rate has been between 30 and 40 beats per minute. A healthy resting heart rate is between 60-100 beats per minute. During her inpatient therapy at Center for Change in Utah she will receive medical, psychological and dietary treatment for about four to six months or as long as she can afford it. She says insurance covers up to $2,000 of treatment, however, inpatient treatment costs around
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Camilla Kuhns bakes brownies, cookies, bread, truffles and other sweet delights in her Kirkland kitchen to battle her eating disorders. She is hoping to sell enough sweets to raise money for the treatment she needs to recover from anorexia. CONTRIBUTED $1,000 a day ($120,000 for four months). “When I was at Opal, every girl there felt the same guilt from the money side of it,” said Kuhns of the outpatient clinic in Seattle. “It feels impossible to get better when you have this guilt … it’s a huge hindrance to recovery but you have
to deal with it.” While outpatient therapy may work for some people, Kuhns said when she was at Opal: Food+Body Wisdom in January, she was still “left to her own devices” in which she would exercise excessively and restrict food. In September, she
wrote in her blog that she eats a tablespoon of nuts and one head of cauliflower with hot sauce every day and exercises for three to four hours at the gym. “There are times when I’m at the gym and I’ve been sobbing,” she said. “I’m sure people just think I’m sweating …
and I want to get off the treadmill or the Elliptical machine but I just push through. I just wish my little brother would come through the gym doors and pick me up and take me home.” Kuhns started with bulimia when she was in seventh grade. She remembers thinking “boobs and hips meant fat” as her body began to change with puberty. She is not alone. According to the National Association of Anorexia Nervosa and Associated Disorders, 42 percent of girls between first and third grade want to be thinner and 47 percent of fifth and 12thgraders reported wanting to lose weight because of magazine pictures. Her ability to maintain control affected the severity of her eating disorder as her life progressed. Huge life events - such as her divorce four years ago and the death of her close friend Lindsey more than a year ago - left her feeling as though she was spinning out of control. But despite her fears of losing her eating disorder to therapy, “giving up
her crutch” and gaining weight, she is confident Center for Change will help her gain energy, muscle, clarity and, she says, the ability to speak coherently again. “I was on the Deans List and I really struggle to communicate (now) and that’s never been a problem for me,” she said. After therapy Kuhns dreams of taking her baking to the next level by creating “Cookie for a Cause” via a food truck. Her signature sugar cookie would be her fund raising cookie and all of the proceeds would go to a scholarship for someone else who wants treatment and can’t afford it. And eventually, maybe someday, marriage and children are in her future. “I was dying to be a mother when I was married before,” she says with tears in her eyes. “Eating disorders can mess up your body and I’m worried there’s a chance that I’ve ruined that. It’s a huge motivator.”
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The Juanita Rebels football team earned their second win of the KingCo season, beating Mercer Island on Oct. 5 in a 41-29 game. Mercer Island jumped out to the early lead after several penalty flags on both sides of the ball. Junior Chris Richards ran the ball into the end zone, the extra two points were good, and Mercer Island led 8-0 with 9:39 left in the first quarter. With 3:02 left in the first, Juanita quarterback Tavin Montgomery passed to Kendrick Murphy for a touchdown, trailing 8-7 to the Islanders. Juanita regained possession in the second quarter with less than seven minutes on the clock. Montgomery ended the drive with a touchdown with 4:35 left in the half, giving the Rebels a 14-8 lead. Juanita maintained the lead, and the game’s momentum at half time with the 14-8 score. After the break, Juanita quickly scored when Trayon McNairy scored off a long run over the goal line with 11:18 in the third quarter. The kick was good and Juanita led 21-8. On Mercer Island’s next drive, the ball was intercepted by Juanita at the 34 yard line, but the Rebels failed to convert to points, as would the Islanders on their next turn with the ball. After regaining the ball, Mercer Island quarterback Brian Higgins fumbled the ball, and Juanita returned it to the 15-yard line with 6:19 left in the third. The Rebels attempted a 17-yard field goal, but the ball went wide. Juanita’s defense continued to stymie the Islanders’ offense, keeping Mercer Island from gaining new points. With 2:18 left in the third, Juanita ran the ball into the endzone, scoring the third unanswered points of the game. The score was 28-8. On the next drive, Mercer
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