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Bonney Lake Police Chief Dana Powers, center, prepares to hit the icy waters of Lake Tapps during the third annual Plunge Against Domestic Violence Saturday at Allan Yorke Park. More than 30 people took the plunge this year to raise money and awareness for Exodus House of Sumner, an organization that supplies housing for families fleeing domestic violence situations. Plungers were encouraged to wear costumes for the jump. Reporter Brian Beckley also took the plunge. For his account of the event, see page 6. Photos by Dennis Box

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Four people have been taken into custody on suspicion of murder after police found a body in a garage in the 75th Street East in Bonney Lake. According to police, the deceased man is a black male in his mid-20s. Police are investigating the death as a homicide. The suspects have been booked into Pierce County Jail. Police believe the incident to be drug-related. According to Bonney Lake Public Information Officer Todd Green, police were called to the 19200 block of 75th Street East at about 4 p.m. Thursday for a report of gunshot wound.

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Sympathy for the undead A night on the job with the Maris Farms ‘Monster Safari’ zombies Daniel Nash


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Zac Pitchford, who plays a zombie in Maris Farms’ “Monster Safari” attraction, gets ready for a night on the job. Photo by Daniel Nash

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hristopher Hurst, Independent Democrat, and Cathy Dahlquist, Republican, are the best candidates for the two seats for state representative in the 31st Legislative District, representing Auburn, Bonney Lake, Buckley, Enumclaw, Sumner and Edgewood in King and Pierce counties. In Position 2, incumbent Rep. Hurst, a retired police officer, has been one of the handful of House Democratic moderates, dubbed the “Roadkill Caucus,” (named because they are in the middle of the road, and can get run over). In 2011, he and seven others in the House defied party leadership to support urgent reform of workers’ compensation. The reform was needed to avoid sharp increases in payroll taxes that would have raised the cost of employing workers. In 2012, the same Democratic group joined Republicans in reducing the

subsidy for early retirement in pension plans for new state employees. For pushing these budget-related reforms, the roadkill Democrats took some damage from their caucus and from some traditional Democratic groups. Three of the eight are not running for re-election. Hurst is, and he deserves to be re-elected. Rep. Dahlquist, who runs an architectural business with her husband, should remain in Position 1. She was on the Enumclaw School Board before being elected to the House two years ago. In that time, she has supported the same budget-related reforms Hurst championed, while pushing for the cause closest to her heart: education. She supports an “education first” budget and public charter schools, and is a good fit for the district.


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zombies FROM 1 removed and mounted with paintball markers. The only thing illuminating the few feet beyond the windows is a series of black lights. “Illuminating” might be generous; the outside world is security camera footage, washed out and monochrome. Everyone pours their keg cup ration of paintballs into their hoppers, pulls back the bolt on the receiver tube. Cocked, locked and ready to rock. Someone—probably a few people—immediately gives the trigger a few test pulls. “Don’t try to shoot yet,” the driver says over the intercom. “I’ll turn on the gas when we’re ready to go.” A few minutes later, the roving fortress turns the corner into zombie country. So far, no walkers. The team fires off a few shots at some scarecrows. Then the announcement comes. “Looks like we have a zombie up ahead,” the driver said. “Everyone ready?” It’s hard to tell the difference, at first, between the undead beast and the scarecrows. It’s partially due to the burlap poncho draped around its rotting neck, but it has more to do with the lack of motion. This was a classic Romero-style shambler, as opposed to the reanimated track stars dominating millennial horror flicks. Two seconds, one step. Two seconds, one step. In answer to the intercom, the bus fills with the thwup-thwup-thwup of a dozen markers going off at once. Neon orange trails glow under the blacklight, erupting pop-pop-pop across his chest. He stumbles backward, regains his footing.Two seconds, one step. Pop-pop-pop, he stumbles again. And, call it sympathy for the undead, but it’s hard not to mouth “I’m sorry.” • • • Rewind back half an hour. A zombie — possibly the first one to be shot tonight — is leaning against a picnic table, putting on the last of his protective gear. A dozen more do the same, in various states of dress: some are putting on hockey pads, some are still down to their painting coveralls; still others are already sliding on their rubber masks. “You actually just go by feel out there,” Pete Powers says. “I’ve been out there enough now that I can kind of tell where I’m going.” “The paint pretty much covers your goggles immediately,” another actor interjects. Pete nods. “You really can’t see anything after that. But I’ve only run into the bus once or twice.” Pete is one of more than a dozen actors to work Maris Farms’ Monster Safari attrac-

Wednesday, October 31, 2012 • The BONNEY LAKE Courier-Herald • Page 3 tion this year, suiting up at 7 p.m. to be shot until 1 a.m. The attraction averages three buses running simultaneously a night, one departing every six minutes. Even if only half of every bus’s occupants are competent marksmen, Pete can expect to be shot a good 20 times every six minutes. Understandably, Monster Safari lost a few zombies before season’s end. “We’ve had a few kids who just couldn’t handle it,” Erica Coleman says. “It’s definitely a hard job.” Erica is one of the make-up artists and the costumer for Monster Safari. She also fills the role of surrogate mother to the stable of actors, chatting them up before shift and, along with the other support staff, occasionally supplying them with food, water and hot cocoa between buses. She pegs the average age of the actors at 18 or 19, though a few are in their 20s. The bulk of them are wrestlers from Orting High School, earning cash before the winter sports season dominates their weekends. Each zombie is well protected. The actors start with a set of painter’s coveralls over their regular clothes. Next comes the armor. Every actor’s set is a unique hodgepodge of sport protectors and plastic sheeting, adjusted and improved week-by-week. Pete points out the nuances of his own gear: Hockey pants, rubber Incredible Hulk hands, a cup, scraps from a weightlifting mat. Cuts of rope act as de facto suspenders for the bottom gear, and black plastic sheeting is riveted over everything. As he gestures, his arm mostly manages wide, rigid motions. The armor is covered by big sheets of burlap before an actor can don his helmet and mask. “At first we tried for more realistic and unique zombies,” Erica says. “Like, a construction worker zombie here, another type of zombie there. But after a few nights, those costumes were falling apart, so we moved to cutting sheets of burlap and making ponchos.” She points at the sheet she’s cutting: “This one will be done at the end of the night.” “The paint soaks right through everything,” Jared Stanley says. “Through the burlap, through the armor, even through the coveralls. After everything, you’re just covered in paint and sweat.” Most of the actors say a long shower and plenty of sleep are necessary to properly recover after a shift. “Normally, my skin is as smooth and clear as an Alpine lake,” Pete jokes. “But I’m completely covered and sticky when we’re done. It gets all in my hair. It takes a long shower to make it better.”


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The crew of zombies pose before heading out for a night of getting shot by paintballs as part of the “Monster Safari” attraction at Maris Farms. Photo by Daniel Nash The suit bulks everyone up by double, slowing them down and making their zombie walk more authentic. The gear becomes even heavier as it collects paint, Erica says. Still, most of the actors say the costume isn’t as uncomfortable as you would think. And the upside is that they feel next to nothing when they get hit. Mostly. Every suit has the same weak spots on the inner arms and thighs. The actors who don’t wear steel-toed boots cite the feet and ankles as surprisingly sensitive spots to be shot. “If you look here, you can see where I still have bruises from last weekend,” Spencer Durand says as he rolls up his sleeves. “The face, too. I’ve been hit on the side of the head and the paint splatters right through the mask.” And the shooters on the bus—up to 40 at a time on a busy night—get into it. The zombies rattled off a list of battle cries they’ve heard, of which “Hit ‘em in the (groin)”—shouted by a teenaged girl—was among the tamest. Paintballs aren’t the only source of potential hurt, either. There are two classes of zombies in the Monster Safari attraction. The majority are walking targets, but the finale involves two more elaborately costumed zombies sneaking onto the bus and giving the riders a scare. Not every rider responds with amusement. “I’ve been punched, kicked. I’ve been

shoved down,” Spencer says. “I had my face ripped off once,” Tyler Blankenship adds. “Somebody just ‘sshhhriip,’ pulled my mask right off my face.” The actors do their part to freak out customers, grabbing limbs, waving prop chainsaws, hiding immediately out of sight and breathing on necks. It’s tame when you see it coming, but it’s easy to see how an unexpected rotting face over your shoulder could lead to blows. The targets who make it close enough to a bus will grab at trigger fingers and guns. “That gives them a pretty good scare,” Spencer says. Feelings at the end of the night are varied. Most seem to share Spencer’s take: “Cold, wet, and soggy.” Zac Pitchford, a bus zombie tonight, says a shift leaves him wide awake at the end of the night. Tyler agrees: “I feel like I could go another two hours.” “This is the funnest job I’ve ever had,” Zac says as he holds a drying cheek-rot prosthetic against his face. Someone else interjects that being shot at all night “sucks. It just sucks.” The job and nightly mess are difficult, but fun, Jared says. “It’s not the easiest job in the world, is it boys?” Erica asks. Tyler only has one answer: “I think you have to be slightly insane to do it.”

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Bonney Lake Relay for Life splits from Sumner Organizers to keep some traditions, start others for 2013 event at Bonney Lake High School

Volunteers still needed for key positions in Bonney Lake Realy Committee The Bonney Lake Relay For Life committee are looking for volunteers to fill the following positions:

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After a successful year of hosting the Sumner/ Bonney Lake Relay For Life at Bonney Lake High School, the city of Bonney Lake is getting its own Relay for 2013. The two cities have always participated in a joint Relay for Life at Sunset Chev Stadium in Sumner, but after construction at the stadium forced this past summer’s event up the hill, the American Cancer Society is splitting the two cities. “It went so well this went into motion,” said Bonney Lake chairperson Nicole Remington, who called this year’s event a “dry run, logistically.” Remington said the group tasked with running Bonney Lake’s first Relay were still in the early stages of planning and had not yet picked a theme for next year’s event, but said they are hoping for a “nice rivalry” with the Sumner Relay as a way to help both events raise more money to support cancer research. Remington said that

Walkers cheer during the Survivor’s Lap of the 2012 Sumner/Bonney Lake Relay for Life July 28 at Bonney Lake High School. Photo by Daniel Nash because every Relay is different and individualized, there is the opportunity to do something new and different in Bonney Lake. “We have the opportunity to set our own traditions,” she said. For example, Bonney Lake’s Relay will take place a month earlier in June, which Remington said she hoped would encourage more participation from students. Remington said Bonney Lake would do most of the major milestones, from a survivor’s lap to the luminarias and said they planned on co-opting at least one of Sumner’s traditions: the campsite decorations. Remington praised the decorations and said they

added a level of fun to the event, so she hoped Bonney Lake would do something similar at their Relay. The Bonney Lake crew is also still searching for volunteers to fill key positions, such as the logistics chair, the youth involvement chair, the sponsorship chair, publicity chair and entertainment and activities chair, among others (see box, right). Bonney Lake’s inaugural Relay For Life is scheduled for June 28 at Bonney Lake High School. Sumner’s Relay is set for July 26 at Sunset Chev Stadium. For more information or to volunteer, contact Remington at 253-4447974 or email relaynicole@

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Youth Involvement Chair • develop a plan to involve youth in all aspects of Relay • recruit youth to serve on the planning committee and volunteer at the event • recruit teams from schools, church youth groups and youth organizations • promote the use of Mini-Relays in elementary schools as team fund raisers • manage youth activities and volunteers at the event Sponsorship Chair • develop a plan for soliciting and recognizing sponsors, including setting levels of sponsorship that make sense for the community • prepare a sponsorship package • make sponsorship presentations to selected companies and organizations • ensure that sponsors are acknowledged before, during and after the event • send thank you letters to sponsors Publicity Chair • develop a communication plan for

Entertainment and Activities Chair • plan a balanced schedule of entertainment and activities at the event • plan meaningful ceremonies • secure awards and prizes for activities • print Relay program/schedule for teams at the event • manage entertainment and activities on site Team Development Sub-Committee Members • create a Team Development team, with enough committee members so that each person is responsible for 5-10 teams • plan and host the Relay Kick Off, Team Captains meetings, Team Captain University, Bank Night and the wrap up team recognition celebration • ensure that last year’s teams are retained and mentored • ensure that new teams are recruited and mentored • communicate frequently with teams through the online website and other means Online Co-Chair • customize and activate the website as soon as it’s available • promote the use of the website at all meetings and through emails to all registered participants • provide website support for all participants • keep the website updated • provide reports for committee and staff

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Logistics Chair • in conjunction with Event Chair and staff partner, secure Relay site • determine site restrictions and limitations, including city permits needed, and develop a Risk Management plan for the site • secure tents, tables, chairs, lights, portable toilets, stage, etc, getting as much donated as possible • recruit day of volunteers and groups to help with set up, management during the event, and clean up • run “the show” as the point person for onsite challenges

the entire event • work to place stories about Relay and Relay participants in both traditional and nontraditional media • in conjunction with the Online Chair, develop and send an electronic newsletter to all participants • ensure that the community has been “painted purple” with posters, banners and other informational media • develop opportunities to make presentations for local organizations

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BL council reduces fees to jump start building Staff Writer

Attempting to spur development, Bonney Lake on Oct. 23 temporarily lowered several of its development fees as a way to encourage new business to locate in the city. The two ordinances temporarily eliminate the city’s traffic impact fee for qualifying businesses as well as reduce sewer and water system development charges by 30 percent each. Both ordinances passed unanimously, 5-0. Councilmen Jim Rackley and Donn Lewis were excused form the meeting, but each expressed support of the measures during the prior week’s workshop. The pair of ordinances are set to expire in one year. “This is a step in the right direction to hopefully capture some retail investment

out there and keep things moving,” Deputy tage of. Mayor Dan Swatman said in support of the Also under the new ordinances, the traffic measure. water development charge on commercial All new businesses in the downtown core buildings will drop from $10,334 to $7,234 are eligible for the traffic fee reduction, and the sewer charge would drop from as are Eastown and Midtown businesses $9,277 to $6,494. that will generate $15,000 For a single family home, per year in sales tax revenue “We’re trying to capture the water rate would drop to over a three-year period. from $8,328 while the some opportunity out $5,689 In addition all sit-down sewer development charge restaurants that generate there. All we can do is would lower to $6,571 from $20,000 per year in sales tax try.” $9,387. for three years are eligible. Bonney Lake’s developDan Swatman, ment charges and fees have Fast food and other counDeputy Mayor long been among the highter-style businesses are not eligible. est in the county and several A special $500,000 fund councilmembers have urged will be created, most likely using money a drop in rates as a way to reinvigorate originally set aside to pay for a YMCA, to building in the city. make up the difference. Councilman Mark Hamilton voted in The concept is an expansion of a previ- favor of the measures, but said he was ous program that no builders took advan- apprehensive, especially regarding the

Police leadership get civil service protections By Brian Beckley Staff Writer

The Bonney Lake City Council this past week approved a change to the city’s code to make the police chief position fall under civil service protection. The change only applies to police leadership positions for those who come up through the ranks int he city and is designed to offer a measure of job security to the chief, a position that was “at will” and at the pleasure of the mayor. The council passed the ordinance 4-1 with only Deputy Mayor Dan Swatman opposed. Council members Donn Lewis and Jim Rackley were excused from the meeting. Mayor Neil Johnson proposed the change at the request of Interim Chief Dana Powers, whom he plans to name as the city’s permanent chief. Because the police chief was an at-

will position, Powers worried that a new mayor could fire her for any reason before she reached retirement and asked to retain civil service protection, which police officer sin non-leadership positions are granted. Unlike “at will” employees, an employee covered by civil service has certain job protections, particularly that the employee may only be removed, suspended or fired “for cause” and then only after a written accusation. Civil service employees may then submit a request from the civil service commission for an investigation to determine if the employment action was “for just cause.” Swatman was firm in stating that his opposition to the ordinance had nothing to do with Powers, whom he called an “outstanding candidate,” or Johnson, but said he believed the mayor is a “unitary authority” that is elected and held account-






able for their actions, such as staffing, by the citizens. Swatman said he would have preferred an employment agreement or contract, like the one extended to the city administrator, to provide the job security for the incoming chief. Council woman Katrina Minton-Davis, who was undecided during the council’s workshop discussion on the matter, said she ultimately decided to vote for the change because of the clause that the civil service protection only applies to those in leadership who have come up through the city ranks and have presumably shown their commitment to the city. Councillman Tom Watson also spoke on the change calling it a “great ordinance.” I’m glad we are doing this,” he said. The change clears the way for Powers to be named the city’s next Police Chief in the near future.

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water and sewer fees. Hamilton said he worried that the loss of system development money, which is designed to pay for future expansion of the system, could fall back on the ratepayers and he did not want that passed through. But he said he was supporting it because it automatically sunsets, though he said he wants the utility funding monitored closely. Swatman thanked Hamilton for his support of both measures and greed that it was important for the administration and the council to keep up with the financial effects on the city’s utilities, though he also reiterated that he though the measures, which he called “targeted” were important to try and stimulate growth. “We’re trying to capture some opportunity out there,” Swatman said. “We’ll see if it will work. “All we can do is try.”

‘Take Back Your Meds Day’ Nov. 3 Child ID cards also available The Bonney Lake Police Department is hosting a “Take Back Your Meds Day” on Nov. 3. The event is designed to allow citizens to turn in unused or expired medication for safe disposal. Unused medicines can be a danger to children

and the environment, if not disposed of properly. According to the police department, Washington has one of the highest rates of teen prescription drug abuse rates in the country, many of which are acquired from bathroom medicine cabinets. In addition, medicines flushed down the toilet or put in the trash can end up contaminating surface waters, groundwater and

Death FROM 1 When police arrived at the house, they located several firearms and blood around the house and found the deceased male in the garage with a gunshot wound. Police took three males and one female into custody, including a friend of the deceased who called police to report the incident. According to Green, the friend was able to run from the scene to a neigh-

even drinking water. Medicines returned during the event will be disposed of properly by officials. In addition, Id-A-Kid child identification cards will also be available at a cost of $10 per card. Bonney Lake’s Take Back Your Meds day is scheduled from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. Nov. 3 at the Public Safety Building, 18421 Veterans Memorial Dr. E.

bor’s house to make the call. Green said police received “four different stories” but surmise form the statements that the incident was related to drugs. “It appeared to be a drug deal gone bad,” he said. Police are investigating. To comment on this story view it online at Reach Brian Beckley at or 360-825-2555, ext. 5058

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s I was driving through the chilly rain on my way to Lake Tapps Saturday morning, I couldn’t help but think this whole “Take the Plunge Against Domestic Violence” thing sounded a lot better in the abstract. Sitting in a warm conference room shooting off one’s mouth about it being a good cause and jumping shouldn’t be a big deal is one thing; getting up on a late October Saturday morning to drive through the rain to actually jump in a glacier-fed lake is another. But it is a good Brian Beckley cause and there Staff Writer was no backing out, despite the 45-degree temperatures and constant drizzle. After all, I had collected nearly $400 from friends and co-workers looking forward to seeing me go jump in a lake. See, the Plunge Against Domestic Violence is an awareness and fundraising event now in its third year. Each jumper pledges at least $50 to go to Exodus House, a Sumner-based organization that finds housing for families fleeing domestic violence situations. Presently, Exodus is providing homes for 42 families in the Sumner/Bonney Lake area. But though there is a fundraising element, Exodus

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possible in this election. According to the Constitution: “If no candidate receives a majority of Electoral votes, the House of Representatives elects the President from the 3 Presidential candidates who received the most Electoral votes. Each state delegation has one vote” (Office of the Federal Register, from the 12th Amendment). The last time this occurred was in the presidential election of 1876, 11 years after the Civil War. White southern Democrats had terrorized and intimidated Republican voters through violence to the point where 250,000 citizens had been prevented from voting. Southern Democrats won the election and regained control of all but three of the southern

states: Louisiana, Florida and South Carolina. Republicans contested the electoral vote tallies of those three states. This put the winner of the election in dispute. Samuel Tilden, a Democrat, had won the popular vote in this election, but he did not have enough electoral votes. Rutherford Hayes was his Republican opponent. Since no candidate had won enough electoral votes to gain the presidency, the decision was thrown into the House of Representatives. The House formed a committee of eight Republicans and seven Democrats. The vote went to Hayes, but knowing the Democrats would be furious, a political deal was reached called the Compromise of 1877. In accordance with this compromise, the Republicans removed federal occupying troops from the South, leaving the fate of the former slaves in the hands of white southerners. As a result of this political deal, blacks were legally segregated and most lost their voting rights until the mid1960s.

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corner FROM A6 House Executive Director Joe O’Neil told those gathered to watch the primary purpose is to raise awareness. O’Neil calls the jump “shock and awe” and considers the cold water a metaphor for the shock and awe victims of domestic violence face, never knowing when they come home, what sort of person they will find and what the evening may bring. The difference, of course, is that we can prepare for a jump into a cold lake, we know it’s coming and when. Domestic violence victims do not. Not that it makes actually jumping off a dock any easier, mind you. The wife and I arrived at Allan Yorke Park about 10 minutes before the plunge, where nearly 40 other jumpers had gathered. I stripped off my jeans and joined the line with the rest of the folks who had worn costumes to the event.

Wednesday, October 31, 2012 • The BONNEY LAKE Courier-Herald • Page 7 I dressed as Clark Kent: a Superman outfit tucked under an open white shirt and a pair of glasses. There was another Superman in the line as well - he won the costume contest - along with a leopard, a chef with a rubber chicken, a construction worker, a pirate, a Bonney Lake councilmember dressed as a ninja and a couple of sock monkeys. We were joined by a whole host of folks who didn’t wear costumes, but were still planning a jump, wearing everything from a wetsuit (O’Neil) to nothing but a pair of board shorts, like we were planning a nice dip in a Hawaiian Bay (East Pierce Fire and Rescue Assistant Chief John McDonald). Most folks wore t-shirts and shorts, however. After a short pep talk from O’Neil, we dutifully marched out on to the dock at the swimming area at the park and one of the Exodus House staffers began a countdown. I remember trying to come up with a way out and having to shake that off as

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the countdown hit zero. Next thing I knew I was in the air. And then I was in the lake. And let’s just say that yes, it was exactly as cold as you think it was in all of the places you’d really like to keep warm. The water in the swimming area is about three to four feet deep and I splashed in and landed on my feet and immediately began running toward the shore. It seemed a little like forever, but I’m sure it was about 10 or 15 seconds. It was brisk. But it was also something of a rush. Certainly shocking. I got out of the water and my wife immediately wrapped me in a towel. To be honest, the wet clothes weren’t all that bad, except for my feet. I had worn my One Stars into the lake because I had never been in Lake Tapps before and did not know what to expect from the bottom. It seemed like a good idea until I got out and the wet canvas just seemed to trap the cold against my body. Even after I changed

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It is election season. The time and chance we have to impact the direction of our government and our public schools. Wait. Initiative 1240 takes that away from us! And that is just one reason to vote no on I-1240. I am not opposed to the concept of charter schools, but this law, at this time, is not the answer. Charters should be cost neutral to local districts and remain under the authority of locally-elected boards, giving taxpayers a real, and ongoing, say in the management of their school tax dollars.

a chance to donate if you are interested. Please head over to com/donate/plungeagainstDV/BBeckley and give what you can. Anything helps and all of the money goes to Exodus House. And thanks to those who donated. Hopefully the pictures are as ridiculous as you had hoped...

I-1240 will divert money away from public schools – don’t be fooled. Under the complicated funding system, reductions in enrollment directly impact a district’s ability to staff special services like librarians, counselors, health aids, music, P.E. and art specialists. Read your Voter’s Pamphlet, pages 11-18, and find the multiple times the Office of the Attorney General indicates I-1240 “will result in an indeterminate, but not non-zero, fiscal impact to local public school districts.” I-1240 is a costly diversion of tax dollars away from already underfunded public schools to set up privately-

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glad I jumped and why I will do it again. The money I raised will go to an excellent cause and will help many families, thanks to the great work done by O’Neil and the rest of the Exodus Staff (several of whom made the plunge themselves). Though Domestic Violence Awareness month is winding down, there is still

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Sumner defeats White River 14-9

Wednesday, October 31, 2012 • Page 8

A historic state qualification Daniel Nash Staff Writer

Sumner Cross Country

Sumner’s cross country teams made school history Saturday after sweeping districts and sending both the boys and girls teams to State. The race marked the first time Sumner High School has

qualified the male runners as a team. Additionally, the boys team won the entire West Central District III meet. “So out of 11 tough teams, one (having) defeated us twice before, our boys came out on

top,” coach Kristin Chapman said. Arturo Perez led the Spartan pack and ran his fastest time at 16 minutes, 59 seconds to come in ninth overall. Nate Weber took 12th with 17:03, making him the fastest fresh-

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Catfight ends in a Lion win Bonney Lake Football By Brian Beckley

Daniel Nash Staff Writer

Sumner’s football team ended the regular season with a 14-9 win over the White River Hornets. At press time, a scoring summary was not available, but the Spartans

posted two touchdowns with successful extra point plays after each. The Spartans achieved a 6-1 win record in South Puget Sound League 2A, putting them at the top of the conference. They’ll face off against the Olympic League’s No. 4 team on Friday for a shot at State’s first seed.

Panther soccer finishes second By Brian Beckley Staff Writer

The Bonney Lake girls soccer team kept their shutout streak rolling this past week, picking up two more league wins en route to a second-

place finish in the South Puget Sound League 3A. Allie Kober picked up the only goal in the 38th minute of the Oct. 23 win over Peninsula, but it was all goalie

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E.J. Harris rushed for a pair of fourth quarter touchdowns Friday night at Sunset Chev Stadium, but Bonney Lake’s rally fell just short as Auburn Mountainview hung on to beat the Panthers 30-26 Friday night at Sunset Chev Stadium. The Lions got on the board first with a 60-yard touchdown pass in the first quarter, followed by an interception off Bonney Lake quarterback Chris Brown returned 83 yards for a touchdown to make the score 14-0. Bonney Lake climbed back into the game when Brown connected with Robert Combs for a 29-yard touchdown pass in the first quarter, followed by a four-yard Harris run in the second to knot the game at 14 headed into the half. The third quarter belonged

EJ Harris gets hounded by a Lion tackler. Photo by Vince Miller to Auburn Mountainview. A three-yard run with a missed extra point, followed by a 35-yard field goal and a 65-yard touchdown pass gave the Lions the lead as the teams entered the final quarter. And though Harris was able to punch in two more scoring

drives, a failed 2-point conversion and a missed point-after left the Panthers just short of the win in their final regularseason game. The loss drops the Panthers to final record of 3-6 overall and 2-3 in the South Puget Sound League 3A.

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Swimmers share league Spartans take out White championship with Fife River, send off seniors Daniel Nash Staff Writer

Sumner High School’s girls swim team secured the co-league champion title following a Tuesday dual meet win against Steilacoom. The Spartans share the South Puget Sound League

2A honor with Fife High. Overall, the Sumner girls defeated the Sentinels 99-84. Spartans placed first in all but two events: the 50-yard freestyle and the 1-meter dive. Coach Dana Powers congratulated the team and the seniors swimming their last

meet for the Spartans. “Congrats to Ashley Huynh, McKenna Roberts, Kallan Gustafson, Marissa Filipowzski and Ashleigh Johnson for swimming your last duel [sic] meet for Sumner High School,” Powers wrote in an email to the team. “Onto Leagues, Districts and STATE!”

Revenge: accomplished By Brian Beckley Staff Writer

BHS Volleyball

It was an up and down week for the Bonney Lake Panther volleyball squad as the team dropped a match to Enumclaw Oct. 23, but

got a victory against the Hornets when it mattered Saturday to win the South Puget Sound League 3A subdistrict tournament

championship. The regular season came to a close Oct. 23 as Enumclaw squeaked by Bonney Lake 26-24 in the first game of their match

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Sumner’s girls soccer team ended the regular season undefeated. The Spartans secured the top spot in South Puget SOund League 2A, and the top shot at the No. 1 State seed. Sumner’s soccer team defeated Steilacoom 7-0 Oct. 23 at Steilacoom High. Kaylie Rozell shot a goal at 4 minutes assisted by

Alyssa Murray. Murray shot one goal unassisted at the 10-minute mark. Ellie Degoede shot an unassisted goal at 19 minutes. Brooke Lancaster shot two goals, one unassisted at the 56-minute mark, and another assisted by Rozell at 67 minutes. Sarah Carter shot one

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unassisted goal at 58 minutes. Kaitie Huff shot an unassisted goal at 77 minutes. The Spartans took a final—if uncharacteristically modest—win over Fife. The 2-0 victory sealed the Spartans’ No. 1 seed heading into Districts. The team ended the conference season undefeated, with

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Sumner’s girls volleyball team ended the regular season with two wins against Franklin Pierce and White River. They ended with an 11-3 record in South Puget Sound League 2A. The Spartans defeated Franklin Pierce 3-1 Oct. 22. Match scores were 25-17, 25-21, 23-25, and 25-18. Kaetlyn Brown scored 11 kills. Hannah Fitzpatrick made 12 digs and sent six aces uncontested into Franklin Pierce territory. Kendall Jamison made 21 digs and shot five aces. Brittany Smith assisted 24 times. The team finished regular season with a

3-1 win over White River Oct. 24. Brown shot 13 kills. Cassidy Sargent blocked four attempted White River kills. Jamison made 22 digs. Smith made 24 assists. Sargent, Jamison, and

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Smith are all outgoing seniors who played their final regular season game against the Hornets. They were each recognized in a brief ceremony before the match. The district tournament commences Saturday.

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Soccer FROM 8 Sydney Bennett needed as the Panthers prevailed 1-0. Then, in the final game of the regular season, Madi Adams and Ashley Cade kept things rolling for Bonney Lake during a 2-0 win over league champions Enumclaw. Adams scored both goals and Cade had both assists for the Panthers as Bennett earned her fourth consecutive shutout. Bonney Lake will head into the postseason this weekend riding a fourgame win streak. The win over Enumclaw brings the Panthers’ record to 9-4-2 with a 8-2-0 record in the South Puget Sound League 3A. Bonney Lake finished second in the league with 24 points, just behind Enumclaw, who finished with 25 points. The No. 2 seed Panthers take on the winner of the Seamount League at 7 p.m. Wednesday. The winner earns the No. 1 seed for the district tournament, which begins Nov. 3. The loser will also move on to the district tournament as the No. 4 seed.

Run FROM 8 man in the race. Josh Goodsell took 19th with 17:22, Jordan Landes took 21st with 17:23, and Thomas Oliver took took 35th with 17:55. “This is such a huge accomplishment for the guys,” Chapman said. “They have had some pretty big obstacles to overcome this season, but never stopped working hard or focusing on their ultimate goal. They are extremely talented and so deserving.” The girls team came in fourth place overall,

volleyball FROM 9 and then won game two 25-20, before Bonney Lake was able to pick up a 25-20 win of their own. The momentum fell short as Enumclaw came back to win 25-20 and take the match. Taylor Moss had 14 kills and 11 digs. Lisa Demick had 12 kills and 18 digs. Ashtyn Bagby

one spot higher than in 2011. The team tied 100 points for third with Kingston, with the lead determined by the teams’ sixth runner times. Abi Hensler finished third with 20:04. Robi Long followed into the 13th place spot with 20:58. Anna Hurd took 16th with 21:03, and Natasha Wilson took 23rd with 21:22. All four runners would have qualified for state individually. The 2A State Championships will take place Saturday at Sun Willows Golf Course in Pasco. added 35 assists.. On Saturday, the Panthers started the postseason with a 3-2 win against Kennedy Catholic to advance to a championship rematch with Enumclaw. Bonney Lake advances to Friday’s district tournament as the No. 1 seed. The district champion will be crowned Saturday at Auburn Mountainview.

Flora for fall colors The end of October is a great time to celebrate all that is dark and orange in the garden. Great foliage color makes these plants perfect partners for the fall garden and for laid back gardeners that just want to enjoy the change of seasons from an armchair. Best trees for fall color: Japanese maples No place in the world do Japanese maples grow better than western Washington. Yes, better even than in Japan – because our gardens are bigger so our Japanese maple trees get to spread out. There are Japanese maples for every size garden, including grafted plants that will thrive for years in a container, perfect for a deck or small

Spartans FROM 9 more wins and accumulated points than any other member team of South Puget Sound League 2A. The Spartans’ two goals were shot by Kaitie Huff—assisted by Kelsie Colman—and Brooke

fall. Coral bark Japanese The maples have vivid Compleat orange bark that will showcase a winter Home theme garden and the Gardener dwarf Crimson Queen Marianne Binetti Japanese maple has a delicate weeping form Horticulturist perfect around water features. patio. You can use Japanese You can also be origmaples as an under story inal and pick out a different tree in the shade of giant variety from the hundreds evergreens, as a street tree offered at local nurseries. and as an accent tree to Fall is the best time to pick dress up a home’s curbside out a maple for your landappeal. The small leaves scape because you’ll be able and graceful form make to see just how colorful the Acer palmatums easy to foliage will become each live with. year. Look for the Bloodgood Another less common Japanese maple if you want tree that celebrates autumn a slender tree for the lawn glory in our climate is the or entry garden that will Sourwood or Oxydendrum turn brilliant scarlet in the arboreum with year-round interest from spring blooms and winter catkins and spectacular fall foliage. This Lancaster, unassisted. is a small and slow-growing Goalie Jamie Lange tree with a narrow profile – shut out all attempted Fife great-looking in a bed with goals. shrubs and perennials, plus The Spartans ranking the unusual leaves will not sends them to Franklin smother or shade the plants Pierce Stadium Nov. 3 for below. the West Central District III tournament. They will play against the Seamount League’s No. 3 team, Lindbergh.

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Suicidal man is shot after pointing gun at police during standoff By Daniel Nash Staff Writer

A man threatening suicide was gunned down outside his Rainier Manor home after ignoring police orders to put down a weapon. The 47-year-old Sumner man called 911 shortly before 3 p.m. threatening to commit suicide, according to a city press release. Officers from Bonney Lake, Sumner, and participating Metro SWAT departments


responded and formed a perimeter around his 142nd Avenue East home, where he barricaded himself inside, alone. Several details of the case, including the man’s motivations, are not clear at this time. What is known is that the man emerged from his home around 4:19 p.m., pointing a weapon at Metro SWAT officers. The officers ordered the man to put down his weapon. He ignored the commands, prompting an officer to


respond with deadly force, firing one shot. The man died at the scene. The SWAT member who fired the shot is an officer with the Milton Police Department. Per procedure, he has been placed on paid administrative leave while the case continues to be investigated. By 5 p.m., residents caught outside during the incident were returning to their homes, and police began clearing out of the area.

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binetti FROM 10 Hot Italians for autumn beauty The burning bush or Euonymus alatus compacta is the fiery-red shrub heating up hillsides along the interstate and most often planted in drifts in public spaces. But there are so many other fall foliage shrubs to chose from. Spiraeas, especially the

variety Goldflame are shrubs just as droughttolerant and easy to grow in full sun. Spiraeas also offer summer flowers. For a more shaded area consider nandina “Sienna Sunrise” for brilliant foliage in both spring and fall. This nandina was named after a town in Tuscany with rich, red soil; plant a Sienna Nandina while you sing some opera and enjoy a colorful performance in both spring and fall.

All about the birds and the berries Cotoneaster is the go-to groundcover for slopes or large evergreen cover and winter berries, but garden centers also have Beautyberry or Calliocarpa for sale this month. Look for the variety Profusion Beautyberry with abundant and intensely purple berries on a hard-to-kill shrub. Once you have this colorful shrub in your landscape you’ll wonder how you ever survived the winter without it. Other plants including natives like Oregon grape and salal will multiply your fall and winter interest because they attract birds to the garden without the need for filling up the feeders with seed. Going Dark but not Spooky Black mondo grass, Chocolate Chip ajuga, and Black Lace Elderberry are all plants with rich, dark foliage. Nurseries and garden centers are highlight-

ing dark foliage in their October displays so they make it easy to visit the dark side and add a touch of black as an exclamation point in a garden design. Add easy-care trees, shrubs and groundcovers with fantastic fall foliage to your landscape now and you’ll be able to sit indoors and enjoy the show for years to come. • • • Copyright for this column owned by Marianne Binetti.

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letters FROM 7 public tax dollars – with no local voter accountability and no guarantee of success. It will cost over $3 million just to establish a new bureaucracy to manage the charter schools! This is simply not a good charter law. The Supreme Court had it right last January when they ruled the state has been ignoring its constitutional mandate and underfunding basic education for decades. In fact, with the exception of 2012 (due to the ruling), public education has endured continued deep cuts year after year. Many excellent and innovative programs that were reaching all children, and making a difference, have been reduced or eliminated. I’ll give an example from our district and regarding only one program. Voters approved I-728 in 2002 to provide new funds to schools. The Enumclaw School District chose to use those funds to provide full-day kindergarten instruction free to all children, a program that was making a difference. After six years, the Legislature eliminated those funds. As a result, a very effective, critical program that was improving education for all children was cut. Shouldn’t this funding be re-instated first to all 295 districts for serving all students? Some charter schools do show success and we need to explore how to make them work here, but they are not a silver bullet. The most extensive study done by Stanford found only 17 percent did better than public schools. As a member of the Washington State School Director Association board of directors I’ve witnessed your public schools across the state doing amazingly innovative things when given the resources and flexibility. Let’s first fully fund education for all children, run by locallyelected boards accountable to the local taxpayers, before we start experimenting with costly and unproven privately-run charter schools for a very few. Vote “no” on I-1240. For more information, please check out Nancy Merrill Enumclaw Nancy Merrill is a 22-year member of the Enumclaw School District’s board of directors, serving District 1.

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2. Do flu shots work? • Not in healthy babies: A review of 51 studies involving more than 294,000 children it was found there was “no evidence” that injecting children 6-24 months of age with a flu shot was any more effective than placebo. In children over 2 yrs. it was only effective 33% of the time in preventing the flu. Reference: “Vaccines for preventing influenza in healthy children.” The Cochrane Database of Systematic Reviews. 2 (2008). • Not in children with asthma: A study 800 children with asthma, half were vaccinated and the other half did not receive the influenza vaccine. The two groups were compared with respect to clinic visits, emergency department (ED) visits, and hospitalizations for asthma. CONCLUSION: This study failed to provide evidence that the influenza vaccine prevents pediatric asthma exacerbations. Reference: “Effectiveness of influenza vaccine for the prevention of asthma exacerbations.” Christy, C. et al. Arch. Dis. Child. 2004 Aug;89(8):734-5. • Not in children with asthma (2): "The inactivated flu vaccine does not prevent influenza-related hospitalizations in children, especially the ones with asthma… In fact, children who get the flu vaccine are three times more at risk for hospitalization than children who do not get the vaccine.” Reference: The American Thoracic Society's 105th International conference, May 15-20, 2009, San Diego. • Not in adults: In a review of 48 reports (more than 66,000 adults), “Vaccination of healthy adults only reduced risk of influenza by 6% and reduced the number of missed work days by less than one day (0.16) days. It did not change the number of people needing to go to the hospital or take time off work.” Reference: “Vaccines for preventing influenza in healthy adults.” The Cochrane Database of Systematic Reviews. 1(2006). • Not in the Elderly: In a review of 64 studies over 98 flu seasons of elderly living in nursing homes, flu shots were non-significant for preventing the flu. For elderly living in the community, vaccines were not (significantly) effective against influenza, ILI or pneumonia. Reference: “Vaccines for preventing influenza in the elderly.” The Cochrane Database of Systematic Reviews. 3(2006). So if the idea of getting a flu shot is reassuring to you, don’t let me stop you. But there’s a good chance that all the flu protection you need can be achieved by getting your immune system in check. Receive regular Chiropractic adjustments, get the right amount of sleep, eat a balanced diet, and maintain a light to moderate exercise regimen. Supplementing with a few proven helpers will help us fight the flu bug as well. By getting adjusted, your spine is aligned properly so there is no interference. With no interference your immune system is now operating at a higher percentage. In our office we focus on Lifestyle, which we believe to be a Balance. It is not just doing one thing. In order to establish a well balanced lifestyle, you need to have equal levels of Exercise, Diet, Chiropractic, and a Positive Mental Attitude! Martin R. Henschell D.C.

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Buckley OKs early retirement for longtime police officer Daniel Nash Staff Writer

Buckley Police will lose a longtime officer a little

early in the city’s efforts to rein in the budget. Buckley City Council voted Tuesday night to authorize a mutual sepa-

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If within five years Personius returns to city employment at 60 hours a month or more, he will be required to pay back the pro rata remainder of the buyout package. The payback amount will be reduced by 1.67 percent of the original value each month, or 20 percent per year. If the buyout package totaled $100,000 and Personius returned to work 60 hours per month one year after leaving, he would be required to pay $80,000 back to the city.

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Sunset Festival of Bands Bonney Lake’s marching band and color guard competed against seven rivals at the Sunset Festival of Bands Saturday. Band/Color Guard teams from Sumner, Enumclaw, North Thurston, Shelton, Auburn Mountainview, Chimacum, and Wenatchee high schools were all in attendance. Additionally, the Seattle Seahawks’ Blue Thunder drumline performed a drum battle for a delighted audience. Photos by Daniel Nash

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Real Estate for Sale Pierce County BUCKLEY

2 BR 2 BA $17,500 OBO Double wide manufactured home. New, white: washer, dr yer, fr idge, range and dishwasher. Just painted inside & out! Very clean! Motivated seller! Meadowbrook Park. Call 253-988-0435

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#755 * HALF OFF 1st MONTH* Spacious 3 BR, 2.5 BA with new carpet, gas fireplace, private patio, attached garage, and playground on site. Beautiful 1386 sq.ft. townhouse in quiet gated community, walking distance from historic d o w n t o w n . O N LY $1095/mo, $800/deposit (first and deposit only) D O N ’ T M I S S O U T. Won’t last long. Contact Stacy, 253-223-3926. for a tour. Colonial Circle, 550 Ryan Rd #D. Photos at


QUIET, COUNTRY Setting. Furnished 2 bedroom daylight basement apartment. Large, open concept. Full bath, W/D. $700 month. NO SECTO N 8 ! N o s m o k i n g , small pet okay. 253-8338653 after 5pm. Call Today!! Chinook Park Apartments Contemporary Apartments At a price you can afford! Ask about our spectacular specials! 360-825-7050 or


3 BEDROOM, 2 BATH home on 3 ac. Older mobile with small (6 stall) barn and storage shed. Available November 1 st. $1200 mo 253-632-0558


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3 BR, 2.5 BA IN BLACK Diamond. Close to Mapel Valley & Covington. Just 5 minutes from new shopping center. Beautiful home in a great neighborhood with sidewalks, little traffic, in a quiet small community. C l o s e t o eve r y t h i n g ! House has freshly painted exterior, vaulted family room, new car pets and hardwood floors! Newly painted & remodelled gour met kitchen with garden window. 2 car garage and RV pad. Fully fenced yard. Small pet negot. Non smokers. Avail now. $1,550. Security deposit is $1,500. Call 206-999-4724. Real Estate for Rent Pierce County BONNEY LAKE

Swarthout Realty Inc. Property Management 253-862-9266 Bonney Lake 3 bd 2.5 ba 2 car $1150 2 bd 1 ba mobile $675 Buckley 3 bd 2.5 ba 2 car $1200 Greenwater 3 bd 2 ba $1000 Lake Tapps Waterfront 4 bd 1.75 ba $1850

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1 & 2 BEDROOM apartm e n t s i n E n u m c l a w. Washer, dr yer in unit. Covered parking. Small pets ok. $725-$850 month. (360)825-0707

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oof NOTan annual RETURNED byKing these deadlines will be considered correct AS IS. rate of $15 in our and Pierce County delivery areas. to cial reimbursement willThose notwishing be made for corrections not meeting this deadline. purchase guaranteed delivery should mail their check to: Courier-Herald, Circulation Dept. PO box 157, Enumclaw, WA, 98022.

45 ACRE RANCH with 2 creeks! 3 BR, 1.5 BA home, cross fenced pastures and entire fenced property. 1,600 SF features 22’x22’ 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. Inside pets negot. Lease credits available. $2,300. 206-599-9478.

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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. $1,000 per month. Call today 253380-1273. BUCKLEY

3 BEDROOM HOUSE for rent with garage a n d a l l a p p l i a n c e s. Rent $1,350 per month. First, last and deposit. Located at 287 Perkins St, Buckley. Available decmeber 1 st. 360-829-2060 or 253-732-0638.


REMODELED 1 BR mother-in-law with living, kitchenette, eating bar, big covered porch, extra closet space, crown molding, recessed lighting in quiet area. Walk to Hospital. DishTV, internet, laundry and all utilities included. $785 month + $450 deposit. Pet restr ictions. 2537 9 7 - 6 9 6 3 l e ave m e s sage.

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3 BR, 2 BA HOME for lease or sale. Features all appliances, deck, fenced yard and storage shed. Small pet okay. No smoking inside. Includes water, s ew e r, g a r b a g e & cable. $900/ Month; first and $400 deposit. Bonnie 360-829-2545. LAKE TAPPS/ BONNEY LAKE

2 BR, .75 BA HOME with partial Lake View! Community access to l a ke, b e a c h & b o a t launch! $850 per month plus utilities. First, last, and $600 security deposit. No smoke. 253-677-7230.

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New look for apt. rental. Updated insulated windows, portable fireplace with heater. Near Buckl ey, l a r g e 2 b e d r o o m w i t h c ove r e d p a t i o. W/S/G, furnished, laundry facilities on site. InPUGET SOUND VIEW quire about free rent. Partially furnished condo $650, 1st, last & $600 2 b e d r o o m s, 2 b a t h - deposit. (360)825-7620 rooms, walk-in closets, WA Misc. Rentals fireplace, washer & dryer Condos/Townhomes 2 Reser ved par king spaces. Walk to beach/ Auburn S a l t y ’s. Ve r y p r i va t e, 2 BEDROOM. Spacious quiet complex. $1,250 condo in gated community. Move-in discount month. 206-790-7700. for cleaning and repairs. Rent your new home Washer, dr yer & firetoday at Apsen Glade place included. $850, A p a r t m e n t s w h e r e $800 damage deposit, apartment living feels first, last. Section 8 wellike country living with come. 206-369-5304. REDONDO


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

NEWLY REMODELED, large 1 bedroom apartment in residential Enumclaw. We pay heat, h o t wa t e r a n d wa t e r, sewer, garbage. KEEP YO U R W I N T E R T I M E BILLS LOW!! $825 per month. (360)825-0707

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CITY OF BONNEY LAKE - NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING Amending the Bonney Lake Municipal Code Relating to Home Occupation and Temporary Use Permit Signage N OT I C E I S H E R E B Y GIVEN that per BLMC 14.140.040 the City of Bonney Lake Planning Commission will convene a Public Hearing at 5:30 p.m. on Wednesd a y, N o v e m b e r 2 1 , 2012, in the Justice Center Chambers, 9002 Main Street E., Bonney Lake, Washington to receive public testimony on potential changes to the Bonney Lake Municipal Code relating to Home Occupation and Temporary Use Permit signage. Proponent: City of Bonney Lake. Contact: John P. Vodopich, C o m m u n i t y D eve l o p ment Director 253-4474345. The 15-day public comment period on this proposal ends at the conclusion of the Planning Commission Public Hearing on November 21, 2012. # 432349 10/31/12 CITY OF BUCKLEY, WASHINGTON ORDINANCE NO. 10-12 AN ORDINANCE OF THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF BUCKLEY, PIERCE COUNTY, WA S H I N G TO N , E X TENDING A SIXMONTH MORATORIUM FOR AN ADDITIONAL SIX MONTHS ON THE ESTABLISHMENT, LOCATION, OPERATION, LICENSING, PERMITTING, MAINTENANCE OR CONTINUATION OF MEDICAL MARIJUANA COLLECTIVE GARDENS OR MEDICAL MARIJUANA DISPENSARIES, AND FIXING A TIME WHEN THE SAME SHALL BE EFFECTIVE. For the complete text of this ordinance, please contact the City of Buckley at (360) 829-1921, ext. 7801, or stop by City Hall at 933 Main Street. # 433590 10/31/12 TOWN OF SOUTH PRAIRIE NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING The South Prairie Town Council will conduct a Public Hearing on Tuesd a y, N o v e m b e r 1 3 , 2012, 7:00 PM or shortly thereafter, at the South Prairie Town Hall, 121 NW Washington Street, to solicit public input and comments on the FY 2013 Budget and Setting F Y 2 0 1 3 L ev y R a t e s . Written comments may be submitted to the Town of South Prairie, PO Box 870, South Prairie, Washington 98385. # 432260 10/24/12, 10/31/12 IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THE STATE OF WASHINGTON IN AND FOR THE COUNTY OF KING Estate of: HENRY F. MAESTAS, Deceased. NO. 12-4-05513-8KNT PROBATE NOTICE TO CREDITORS (RCW 11.40.030) The Co-Personal Representatives named below has been appointed and has qualified as Co-Personal Representatives of this estate. Any persons having a claim against the decedent 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 Co-Personal Representatives or the attorneys of record at the address stated below a copy of the claim and filing the original of the claim with the Court. The claim must be presented within the later of: (1) thirty days after the Co-Personal Repres e n t a t i ve s s e r ve d o r mailed the notice to the creditor as provided under RCW 11.40.020(1); 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 decedent’s probate and nonprobate assets. Date of First Publication: Wednesday, October 17, 2012. Co-Personal Representatives: Steve Poole, Co-PR Julie K. Poole, Co-PR Attorney for Personal Representative: Michael J. Reynolds Address for Mailing or Service: Reynolds Burton Attorneys 1219 Cole St. Enumclaw, WA. 98022 # 429381 10/17/12, 10/24/12, 10/31/12

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City of Bonney Lake Notice of Ordinances Adoption AB12-133 – Ordinance 1437 [D12-133] – 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 2.08.080(B) Of The Bonney Lake Municipal Code And Section One Of Ordinance No. 1399 Relating To Police Position Exempt From Civil Service. (Adopted October 23, 2012 And Effect i ve T h i r t y ( 3 0 ) 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.) AB12-139 – Ordinance 1438 [D12-139] – 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 Attachment A-1 Of Ordinance No. 1400 Relating To The Position Classification And Salary Grades Of Non-Represented Employees. (Adopted October 23, 2012 And Effective Five (5) Days From And After Its Passage, Approval, and Publication, As Required By Law.) AB12-142 – Ordinance 1439 [D12-142] – An Ordinance 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 19.04 Of The Bonney L a ke M u n i c i p a l C o d e And The Corresponding Por tions Of Ordinance N o. 1 2 8 2 R e l a t e d To Transpor tation Impact Fees. (Adopted October 23, 2012 And Effective Thirty (30) Days From And After Its Passage, Approval, and Publication, As Required By Law.) AB12-143 – Ordinance 1440 [D12-143] – An Ordinance 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 Sections 13.04.070 And 13.12.100 Of The Bonney Lake Municipal Code Relating To Water And Sewer System Development Charges. (Adopted October 23, 2012 And Effective Thirty (30) Days From And After Its Passage, Approval, and Publication, As Required By Law.) # 434426 10/31/12 TOWN OF SOUTH PRAIRIE MEETING CHANGE NOTICE The South Prairie Town Council Meeting for November 2012 has been c h a n g e d t o Tu e s d ay, N o ve m b e r 1 3 , 2 0 1 2 , 7:00 PM at the South Prairie Town Hall, 121 NW Washington Street, S o u t h P ra i r i e, WA 98385. Contact the South Prairie Town Hall for further information at (360) 897-8878. #432261 10/24/12, 10/31/12

NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING 2013 PROPERTY TAX 2013 EMS TAX CITY OF BUCKLEY N OT I C E I S H E R E B Y GIVEN that the Buckley City Council has scheduled a Public Hearing for Tuesday, November 13, 2012, at 7:00 PM, at the Buckley Multipur pose Building, at 811 Main, Buckley. The purpose of the Public Hearing is to solicit public input and comment on the proposed increase under the 2013 Regular Proper ty Tax Levy and the 2013 Emergency Medical Services (EMS) Property Tax Levy. Buckley does not discriminate on the basis of disabilities. If you need special accommodat i o n s, p l e a s e c o n t a c t City Hall within three business days prior to t h e p u bl i c h e a r i n g a t ( 3 6 0 ) 8 2 9 - 1 9 2 1 , ex t . 7801. Comments for or against may be presented orally at the Public Hearing or submitted in writing to Dave Schmidt, City Administrator, P. O. Box 1 9 6 0 , B u c k l e y, W A 98321, or by e-mail to:, prior to 5:00 PM on Mond a y, N o v e m b e r 1 2 , 2012. For questions, or to view a copy of the levy certification, please stop by City Hall at 933 Main Street, or call ( 3 6 0 ) 8 2 9 - 1 9 2 1 , ex t . 7801. DATED this 1st day of October, 2012. Posted: O c t o b e r 2 5 , 2012 Published: October 31, 2012 # 433317 10/31/12 NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING ESTABLISHMENT OF A TRANSPORTATION BENEFIT DISTRICT N OT I C E I S H E R E B Y GIVEN that the Buckley City Council will hold a Public Hearing shor tly after 7:00 PM at its regular meeting on Tuesday, November 13, 2012, at the Buckley Municipal Building, at 811 Main S t r e e t , B u ck l ey. T h e continued on next page or

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continued from previous page pur pose of the Public Hearing is to solicit public input and comment from the citizens of Buckley on the Council’s consideration of the plan to establish a Transportation Benefit Distr ict (TBD). The City has limited transportation funding to pay for necessary transpor tation preser vation and maintenance. Chapter 36.73 RCW provides for the establishment of transpor tation benefit districts and the levying of additional revenue sources for transportation improvements within the district. The City Council wishes to consider the use of a transportation benefit district coexistent with its boundaries to have the authority to exercise all of the powers and authori t i e s ava i l a bl e u n d e r state statute. Buckley does not discriminate on the basis of disabilities. If you need special accommodat i o n s, p l e a s e c o n t a c t City Hall within three business days prior to the Public Hear ing at ( 3 6 0 ) 8 2 9 - 1 9 2 1 , ex t . 7801. Comments may be presented orally at the Public Hearing or submitted in writing to Dave Schmidt, City Administrator, P.O. Box 1960, Buckley, WA 98321, or by e-mail to city@cityofbu ck l ey. c o m , p r i o r t o 5 : 0 0 P M o n M o n d ay, November 12, 2012. Questions may be answered by contacting C i t y s t a f f a t ( 3 6 0 ) 8 2 9 - 1 9 2 1 , ex t . 7801. DATED this 10th day of October, 2012. Posted: October 25, 2012 Published: October 31, 2012 # 433320 10/31/12

1. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that electronic or written quotes will be received from qualified Contractors by the City of Enumclaw (City), to fabricate, erect and install one gateway monument sign at the north east corner of Warner Ave and S.R. 410 intersection on city land (Enumclaw Foothills Trail). Installation shall include fabrication of the sign elements, site preparation, and installation of the sign elements. The contractor must also comply with the City of Enumclaw Building Permit. A valid City of Enumclaw Business license will be required. 2. Electronic or written quotes for the gateway monument sign will be received at the City of Enumclaw at 1309 Myrtle Avenue, Enumclaw, Wa s h i n g t o n 9 8 0 2 2 . Quotes will be received until 3:00 p.m. on November 13, 2012. Only electronic or written quotes received before the deadline will be considered. 3. B i d d o c u m e n t s a r e available at no charge at the address above or they may be obtained in digital PDF for mat by submitting an e-mail req u e s t t o Questions may also be directed to Clark Close, City Planner, at (360) 615-5726. 4. Project Scope: Via a design consultant, the City has developed a gateway monument sign package that includes a pacific northwest gateway monument sign intended to provide an opportunity to promote the cultural and economic vitality of the community. # 434192 10/31/12 SUPERIOR COURT OF WASHINGTON COUNTY OF PIERCE IN THE MATTER OF THE ESTATE OF CARROL PETER GUNDERSEN and LYNNE RAE GUNDERSEN, Both Deceased.

NO. 12-4-01473-9 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 representative’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 decedent’s probate and nonprobate assets. Date of filing copy of Notice to Creditors: October 8, 2012 Date of first publication: October 17, 2012. DAV I D P E T E R G U N DERSEN Personal Representative TRIP HART WSBA # 8913 Attor ney for Personal Representative Address for Mailing or Service: 1224 Griffin Avenue Enumclaw, WA 98022-3012 (360) 825-5581 # 429482 10/17/12, 10/24/12, 10/31/12

SUPERIOR COURT OF WASHINGTON FOR KING COUNTY The Estate of DORIS IRENE SUHOVERSNIK, Deceased. Case No. 12-4-05971-1KNT PROBATE NOTICE TO CREDITORS (RCW 11.40.030) James Lee Suhoversnik has been appointed as Executor/ 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 ’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 Representative’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 decedent’s probate and nonprobate assets. Date of Filing Copy of Notice to Creditors: October 25, 2012. Date of First Publication: October 31, 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

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By: M. Owen Gabrielson, WSBA #34214 P.O. Box 890 Enumclaw, WA 98022 Attorneys for Executor/ 1 0 / 3 1 / 1 2 , 1 1 / 7 / 1 2 , Personal Representative /s/ Brian C. Larson 11/14/12 Executor/Personal RepSUPERIOR COURT OF resentative WASHINGTON FOR # 432274 KING COUNTY 10/24/12, 10/31/12, The Estate of 11/7/12 LARS B. LARSON, 4000 Deceased. Case No. 12-4-05719-0KNT PROBATE NOTICE TO CREDITORS (RCW 11.40.030) B r i a n C. L a r s o n h a s been appointed as Executor/ Personal Representative of this estate. EMPLOYMENT A ny p e r s o n h av i n g a claim against the decedent that arose before Employment t h e d e c e d e n t ’s d e a t h Automotive 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 Oil Can Henry’s Representative’s attorNow Hiring ney at the address statSumner, WA ed below a copy of the claim and filing the original of the claim with the Automotive Technician Court in which the pro- C u s t o m e r s e r v i c e o r bate proceedings were sales exp., plus auto commenced. The claim skills a must. $9.05+/hr must be presented with- to star t plus bonuses in the later of: (1) Thirty and benefits. Open 7 days after the Personal days a week. Representative served Apply online at: or mailed the notice to the creditor as provided Select “Sumner, WA� u n d e r R C W as location. 11.40.020(1) (c); or (2) four months after the Employment date of first publication General o f t h e n o t i c e. I f t h e claim is not presented A L A S K A FA R M E R S within this time frame, Cooperative, Delta Junct h e c l a i m i s f o r e v e r tion, is seeking a qualibarred, except as other- fied General Manager, a wise provided in RCW diversified grain storage 11.40.051 a n d and drying, agronomy, 11.40.060. This bar is ef- and retail store. Position f e c t i v e a s t o c l a i m s requires knowledge in against both the dece- grain handling, agronodent’s probate and non- my, and financial manprobate assets. agement. Competitive Date of Filing Copy of s a l a r y a n d b e n e f i t s . Notice to Creditors: Send or fax (888-653October 19, 2012. 5527) resume to: Larry Date of First Publication: Fuller, 5213 Shoal Drive, October 24, 2012. Bismarck, ND 58503. FA R R L AW G R O U P, Email: PLLC /s/ James Lee Suhoversnik Executor/Personal Representative # 433828

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2 0 0 5 H O N DA A c c o r d DX. Excellent condition, super reliable, 2nd owner from Honda Dealer. Clean Title. Silver, has 65,200 actual miles. Runs perfect! Doesn’t have any problems. All maintenance has been done. This car needs absolutely nothing except gas. Priced $9,999 and is wor th the price! Please call or text: 253632-4098

2004 Hyundai Sonata, $3500. V6 engine, 148K miles, mostly freeway. Has had all maintenance required. Studded snow t i r e s s o l d s e p a ra t e l y. (253)335-2655. Automobiles Pontiac

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Estate Sale. Friday, November 2nd & Saturday, N ove m b e r 3 r d . 9 A M 4PM, 642 C Ct. Oak dining set, couches, kitchen, etc. Over 20 years accumulation. Bazaars/Craft Fairs

Ida Marge Guild Mary Bridge Children’s Hospital Fundraiser Fri. Nov 9th, 9AM-5PM Buckley Hall Holiday Decor & Crafts Free Cookies & Coffee Raffle Deck the Halls Wooden Sleigh & Wall Coverings $400 cash Tickets $1, Drawing same day


ENUMCLAW MOOSE BAZAAR November 3rd 9AM-4PM For table rental information Call (253)740-7291 Sherrie Gallion


2001 PONTIAC Firebird C o nve r t i bl e. R e l i a bl e c o m m u t e r o r t oy ! 1 9 MPG in the city. 26 MPG on the highway! 130,000 miles, 3.8 Liters, 200 HP, V6, 4 speed automatic. Always garaged, well cared for!! Maintence records included. Good shape. $5,850 OBO. Covington. Call Curtis 206-849-9356. Automobiles Toyota

1 9 9 8 To y o t a C a m r y, gray, 4 cylinder, 27 mpg. Like new inside and out. New tires, clean and dependable. Includes two studded tires. $4000. Call Jim, (253)735-6445 or 253-670-6260, Auburn. or

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