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Twelve Northshore residents registered for Boston Marathon BY RAECHEL DAWSON AND MATT PHELPS

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welve Bothell and Kenmore residents were registered for the Boston Marathon, which was the location of at least two bomb explosions Monday afternoon, according to the the

event’s organizers, the Boston Athletic Association. These are the Bothell residents registered for the race: Hui Jin, 40; Tina Neil, 46; Julie Nelson 53; Suzanne E. Nester, 47; Suzanne Robbins, 51; Julia A. Walters-Burns, 51; Karra J. Whitmire, 35. These are the Kenmore

residents registered for the race: Rich R. Bennett, 47; Bill Haldeman, 55; Greg J. Norling, 62; Rene Nussbaum, 44; Becci N. Walkling, 41. More than 520 Washington residents were registered for the race, according to the Boston Athletic Association. Concerned family and

friends of the registrants can search the American Red Cross’s list of those who have registered themselves as “safe and well” by clicking on the “Search Registrants” button on their website at https:// safeandwell.communityos. org/cms/index.php. The explosions took place about four hours

after the start of the men’s race, the New York Times reports, “which meant that there were still several thousand runners yet to finish the race.” A Boston Police Department spokesman said that “a series of bombs exploded near the finish line” at the marathon, “leaving two people dead

and more than a dozen injured.” However, various Boston media outlets are reporting that at least three people have died and nearly 180 people were injured. Local, state and federal law enforcement were still investigating the terror attack at press time.

Schools Foundation luncheon raises $120,000 for student programs The Northshore Schools Foundation hosted more than 300 people and raised $120,000 during its 10th annual luncheon on March 28 at the Lynnwood Convention Center. The event featured Kenmore student speakers who have benefited from the Foundation’s support and grants. Keynote speaker, and Seattle Foundation President, Norman Rice emphasized the value of community involvement in education and industry participation in K-12 education. He said it is important to expose students to the careers of the future. But it was the students’ testimonials that made the most impact. “We were thrilled to feature some of the area’s most respected leaders, and in the end, it’s always the students who steal the show,” said Executive Director of the Northshore Schools Foundation Carmin Dalziel. Inglemoor High School junior Spencer Lane was the featured student speaker for

the event. “One year ago I didn’t know what STEM was and I had no idea that I had been the recipient of any of the grants from the Northshore Schools Foundation,” said Lane. “Today I am inspired to pursue a career in Sustainable Engineering and Design, and grateful for the nine different grants that have supported me in my education.” Funds collected at the event go toward Northshore Schools Foundation initiatives and programs. Many of those programs prepare students for college of a chosen career path. Northshore Junior High students Anthony Ramos, Cristian Flores-Torres and Bainbridge Garcia shared how the Hang-Time homework support program helped them increase their grades and inspired them to go to college. “If I didn’t have Hang -Time, I would probably be failing school and could not achieve my dream of being a Marine,” said Flores-Torres. Hang-Time is a Commu[ more NSF page 6 ]

Police investigating voyeurism at Bothell library A man was seen spying on women in the bathroom of the Bothell Library on April 2 and 4. This is not the first time there has been a sexual crime at the library in Bothell. For the full story see page 2. MATT PHELPS, Bothell Reporter

Mistress’ lawsuit against Bothell Mayor Lamb abruptly dismissed Both sides refuse to comment on decision BY MATT PHELPS AND CARRIE RODRIGUEZ Bothell Reporter

The lawsuit filed against Bothell Mayor Mark Lamb by a former employee at his law firm was dismissed by a

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“This case has resolved and been dismissed,” said Lamb’s attorney Christine A. Slattery in a statement to the Reporter. “We have no further comment.” It is unclear whether the lawsuit was settled out of court. Mae’s attorney Howard

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othell police are currently investigating two reported incidents of voyeurism that occurred at the King County Library’s Bothell branch. The incidents occurred on April 2 and April 4, between the hours of 7-8 p.m. “I have been doing this for 23 years and to have someone go back to the same location and be confronted both times, that is pretty bold,” said Bothell Police Sgt. Ken Seuberlich. In both cases, library staff and witnesses saw a male suspect entering the women’s restroom and taking significant steps to view and/or record

females using the toilets. “I have a 9 year old and it does change my opinion,” said Bothell resident and library patron Gina Lockhart. “I wish we could feel safe leaving my child in another area and working the computer but I don’t. People are creeps.” Witnesses describe the male suspect as having a dark complexion and possibly being of Asian or Hispanic descent, between 25 and 35 years old, 5 foot 6 inches to 6 feet in height and with medium build. “To have someone do this within the same time frame in the same location, odds are it is the same person,” said Seuberlich. “We have been in contact with both witnesses and there was not enough information to provide a sketch of the person.” Citizens who come into contact with the above described individual and others engaged in similar behavior are asked to call 911. “Whenever these sorts of things come up we contact the police,” said King County Library spokesperson Julie Brand. “We have a very close working relationship with the Bothell Police Department.” Seuberlich said that the police department has had close contact with the library and have given staff tips on what measures can be taken to prevent incidents.

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“The libraries are public buildings and we have people from all walks of life coming through our doors,” said Brand. “People need to be aware of their surroundings.” Adults who frequent the library with children are encouraged to accompany the children to the restroom. Citizens using the restroom facility should be conscious of individuals who may be hiding in bathroom stalls or not engaged in normal bathroom behavior. “Push on the stall doors, if they are locked and you don’t see feet under the door there might be trouble,” said Seuberlich. “If you have children keep them close. “Call us (911) if you see anything. Don’t just tell the librarian if you see anything and be aware of your surroundings.” Any reports of unusual behavior, such as adults of the opposite sex entering the bathroom, should be reported to the police and staff. Any information regarding similar incidents with the above described male suspect can be forwarded to the Bothell Police Tip Line at 425-487-5551. “People want to be able to go to the library and know it is a safe place,” said Seuberlich. Brand said that the KCLS has taken steps in an attempt to prevent such incidents at the Bothell branch such as moving the check out desk closer to the lobby where the bathrooms are located and instructing employees to check the bathrooms routinely. This is the third time in less than three years there has been a crime of a sexual nature at the Bothell library. In July 2010 a 54-year-old Everett man was caught using a mirror to peep under the stalls in the women’s restroom. Bothell police reported that in October 2010 there were three separate incidents of a stranger fondling young girls at the library. All three victims were 7 years old. The bathrooms are located in the library’s lobby and some have mentioned installing cameras to monitor the area. “We cannot install cameras as the libraries are public buildings,” said Brand. “We also need to protect the privacy of people and what they are checking out.”

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Five Northshore elementary schools earned Washington Achievement Awards for 2012. Wellington Elementary School earned awards for Overall Excellence and Science, Fernwood and Sunrise elementary schools earned awards for Science, and Westhill and Woodin elementary schools earned awards for Closing the Achievement Gaps. The Washington Achievement Awards are sponsored by the Office of the Superintendent of Public Instruction and the State Board of Education. Award winners are selected using the state’s Achievement Index and the Elementary and Secondary Education Act (ESEA) Flexibility Waiver. Schools can be recognized for top performance in seven categories: Overall Excellence, Language Arts, Math, Science, Extended Graduation Rate (high and comprehensive schools only), Closing Achievement Gaps and High Progress (Title 1 eligible schools only). Award winning schools will be honored during an awards ceremony on April 30 at Kentwood High School in Covington, Wash.

Northshore School District’s tuition-based preschool and pre-kindergarten programs are accepting registrations for the 2013-14 school year. The registration deadline is May 1. These programs, housed at Arrowhead and Hollywood Hill elementary schools, provide developmentally appropriate activities with a balance of art, music, science, math and fine and large motor skills. Classes are taught by teachers certified in Early Childhood Education who work with trained assistants. Preschool programs for three-year-olds are on Tuesdays and Thursdays. Pre-kindergarten programs for four-year-olds are on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays. Both programs have morning and afternoon sessions available. Enrollment is limited. For more information, contact Karlie Kirkham, 425-408-4628, for the programs housed at Arrowhead Elementary School or Pamm Franzwa, 425-408-4224, for the programs housed at Hollywood Hills Elementary School. Additional information, including registration forms, is available on the district website at earlychildhoodprograms.

Almost 400 elementary mathletes gathered on March 30 at Woodmoor Elementary School to test their math skills in number sense, algebra, probability and statistics and potpourri in the annual Northshore Elementary Math Olympiad (NEMO) competition. Fourth, fifth and sixthgrade students from Bear Creek, Canyon Creek, Cottage Lake, East Ridge, Fernwood, Frank Love, Hollywood Hill, Kenmore, Kokanee, Maywood Hills, Shelton View, Sunrise, Wellington, Westhill and Woodin elementary schools worked in teams competing in fifth- and sixth-grade levels, all earning either a gold, silver or bronze place finish. “My team did a great job. We all worked well together and we ended up getting a gold medal. The fourth graders on our team were really smart and collaborated well with us. Overall, it was very fun,” said Arjun, a

Chess teams from the Northshore School District are headed to the 2013 Washington State Elementary Chess Championship, ‘Playing for the King,’ on April 20 in Vancouver, Wash. PHOTO COURTESY OF SHELTON VIEW CHESS TEAM Bear Creek student. The event was made possible through a grant from the Northshore Schools Foundation and the hard work of many parent volunteers.

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Within this edition of the newspaper is a supplement about Bastyr University near you in Kenmore. You may know much, some or very little about the university. Whatever your knowledge level, Bastyr University has something to offer everyone. I encourage you to turn to the pages of our supplement to learn more about our stellar academic programs, innovative natural health clinic and scientific research efforts. Bastyr University was founded in 1978 by a handful of Dr. John Bastyr’s former students, who wanted to ensure that his teachings in the natural health arts and sciences were passed onto future generations. The campus is now located next to St. Edward State Park in a quiet stretch of land surrounded by nature’s beauty. It is the perfect setting for our students to learn, and a wonderful place for our faculty and staff to work. We feel extremely fortunate to be situated in your backyard, an open and welcoming location where we continue to rise as the global leader in natural health education. It is because of this supportive environment




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that we are able to achieve all that we have and hope to achieve in the future. Now is our 35th year of existence, Bastyr University is making great strides in the worlds of education, research and medicine and we are excited to tell all of you, our Eastside neighbors, about the good news flowing from Bastyr, so that you may share in our successes. Consider the supplement an open house of sorts, to the university – a way to get to know us better.

Some of you reading this are already our students, patients, supporters and advocates, but more importantly, we consider each one of you friends, whether we’ve met or not. If you are ever in the neighborhood, we invite you to stop by our campus for a visit or a tour of our organic gardens. In the meantime, happy ready.

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Arrowhead Elementary PTA says thank you to community We wanted to take a moment and thank you all for helping out at this year’s pancake breakfast event, we couldn’t have pulled this off without you. The weather was great for the Northshore Fire department offering tours and the Kenmore Police hosting the bike rodeo, Starbucks staff and their great coffee that was donated, Party For Less and their donated balloons, Westhill preparation set up and their photographer, the energetic boom operator from Health Moves, Pack 564 and their scouts helping with the garden cleanup to the donated pizza from Pagliacci on prep night and many more. We look forward to next year. Thank you! It was really nice to see such great support from the community, teachers and parents.

Michael Reagan, Bill Scott and Tim Keeler Arrowhead Elementary PTA Pancake Breakfast co-chairmen

No state income tax “We the people” have said before, “no, state income tax.” All taxes tax all the people. Taxes become operating expenses

School district administration facility. of business. The business incorpoAs many remember the old adminrates all expenses into prices. So, though you don’t see the tax you’ll see istration center was located in the Ricketts building in downtown Bothhigher prices. Taxes cause inflation ell. The Ricketts facility was originally further stymying the economy. Taxes an elementary school constructed in make it harder for business to suc1948. As the district grew this buildceed. Taxes cause unemployment. ing no longer met our needs and was All taxes tax the poor. Taxes on becoming increasingly expensive to businesses tax the poor more than maintain. direct taxes. Taxes add to a business’ In 2002, the school board asked cost base, increasing the margin of voters to approve a $12.5 million profit. A $1 tax on business becomes bond for a new administration facil$1. One dollar tax to the poor is just ity.Once approved the board received $1. reports on possible locations, vacant Our Democrat controlled governland and building design.Construcment plans to implement a ‘New tion and land costs came in at $18 Tax;’ a state income tax and a host of million, above what voters apother ‘new’ taxes in addition to proved. Then the Monte Villa the high taxes you already pay. How much will you take? NORTHSHORE property became available: large facility, ample parking, How much can we take? centrally located. This 6-yearDemocrats do not want old property had originally efficiency and do not want to been built for $17.5 million. stop spending your money. The district was able to purchase it Some taxes are necessary, but for $6.4 million, well below its origiwhere does it end? If government nal value and well below what voters would become efficient, less tax had originally approved. would be needed. Government I agree with Mr. Pelto, it is a beautiinefficiency costs us our hard earned ful building, which includes many money. “extras” we would not have approved Government never stops wanting on a new construction. This deal was more. Say, “no” to new taxes. Say, definitely a win for our schools and “no” to all taxes to force Government community. efficiency. As co-chair of the 2014 levy/bond Roger W. Hancock committee, I hope this purchase serves as an example of how our district and boards are excellent stewards of our tax dollars. I would like to take the opportuniB-Z Davis ty to respond to Richard Pelto’s wellCo-chair Citizens for timed letter regarding the Northshore


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Your tax dollars at work The State of Washington is facing a $1.2 Billion shortfall for the 20132015 biennium. We are running out of money! All of us have been tightening our financial belts, removing the nonessentials from our spending. Should the state not do the same, especially with our tax dollars? We have heard that we are down to the “bare bones.” Yet $25 million remains in the upcoming budget for Planned Parenthood affiliates. Personal politics aside, we need to question why, when safety net and other important services are being cut, we are funding an entity listing over $38 million in net assets, six-figure executive salaries, millions of dollars for “government relations and advocacy,” and other questionable business practices (which have led to criminal and civil lawsuits nationwide). With so many other urgent needs facing our state, I urge our legislators to consider redirecting these funds to other needed services that are more in line with their (the legislators’) own stated primary goals for this biennium of “jobs, education and a sustainable budget.” We need to challenge our legislators’ decision to continue to use taxpayer funds to support Planned Parenthood.

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April 19, 2013 [5] • Mae, 23, claimed in court documents that the two adults stayed overnight during a council-related business trip in Olympia during their two-year affair. It is still unclear if Bothell tax dollars paid for the trip and hotel stay for the two or if one of the two paid for Mae’s stay. The City of Bothell has still not fulfilled the Bothell Re-

Elderly driver dies after car strikes utility pole in Bothell An 86-year-old male has died after his car struck a utility pole in Bothell Tuesday morning. The accident occurred in the 23900 block of 23rd Ave. West around 8:30 a.m. Police closed the road for about two hours while

porter’s public records request made last November for receipts and other documentation for the trip. Mae also claimed that much of the affair occurred at the North Creek Law Firm offices. The former Bothell woman filed a civil lawsuit on Oct. 29, 2012 against Mayor Mark Lamb, his wife Kim and their North Creek Law Firm, for wrongful termination detectives conducted a collision investigation. The driver was transported to a local hospital where he died. Investigators do not have conclusive information as to the cause of the accident at this time. The driver’s cause and manner of death, as well as his identity, will be determined and released by the Snohomish County Medical Examiner’s Office.

Correction Some of the elementary schools in the north end of the Northshore School District are over capacity and the potential bond will be in a similar range to the current bond that will be expiring. Both issues were not reported as such in the Reporter’s April 5 story on the district’s plans for a new high school and grade configuration. The Reporter strives for accuracy in all of its reportage and regrets the errors.

Mae and the mayor’s relationship began in 2010 when the woman was working at Masala Bar and Grill in Bothell. According to court documents, Lamb and another unidentified member of the Bothell City Council ate dinner at Masala when Lamb allegedly obtained Mae’s phone number. The woman eventually accepted an offer to work at

the North Creek Law Firm in November 2011 as an intern for $3,000 a month with the caveat that their personal relationship ended, according to the complaint. Mae also allegedly told Lamb that she intended to start seeing other men. But Mae alleges that Lamb never paid her more than $1,500 a month and “had to beg to be paid.”

Cascadia Community College open house in May Cascadia Community College will host an open house from 4-6 p.m. at Mobius Hall in Bothell. Experience a sample class and an interactive campus tour complete with scavenger hunt. The event will also play host to a resource fair highlighting student organizations, support services and program offerings. For more information visit Cascadia Community College is located at 18345 Campus Way N.E. in Bothell.

Lamb states in legal documents that Mae was a paid intern for the firm starting in November 2011 and was paid $1,500 a month but denied all other allegations. Lamb stated in court documents that the sexual relationship was “consensual.” Their sexual relationship allegedly continued for months almost entirely in Lamb’s office during working hours.

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Northshore School District Superintendent Larry Francois, Puget Sound Energy’s Andy Wappler, Foundation President Sherry Krainick and Cascadia Community College President Dr. Eric Murray all spoke about the importance of increased

commitment from community members in support of local education. The event also featured students from Northshore Junior High’s awardwinning Symphonic Band, Kenmore Elementary School’s drumming group and Wellington Elementary

School’s Helping Hands service program. Each program received Northshore Schools Foundation grants in 2012-13. “We wanted to highlight how these programs help grow confidence and provide relevant learning opportunities for students,” said Dalziel. “The student speakers really hit home how the right programs can be the motivating factor between just graduating, and graduating ready to be successful. Everything from a 6th grade student singing out a cappella to a room full of adults, to three young men sharing just a piece of their educational journey all builds on success. These students are the ones who do the hard work but I believe it’s our responsibility to give them the opportu-

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scarlet hummingbird pauses between the blossoms of a cherry tree in Patrick O’Brien’s front yard before it flits past several plum trees, grape vines and red cedar trees. More than 6 feet overhead, a solar panel array sits atop four wooden piers over the Kenmore resident’s driveway. “I like to keep it green,” said O’Brien, who has a degree in alternative energy from Western Washington University and is a former board member of Solar Washington. He put up his 20-panel solar array three years ago. But after a long battle with the city of Kenmore, officials recently ordered him to take the panels down during a recent appeal. “I like to have green energy and I’m shaking my head at anybody doing what they’re doing,” said O’Brien of the city’s ruling. Challenging the city’s decision, he filed an appeal in King County Superior Court in February. He claims the city erred in its ruling because the city does not have an ordinance that deals with the use and installation of solar

panels. His solar panels became an issue with the city in 2010 when the city cited him for failing to obtain a building permit to install the solar panels to a structure he built. But it was in 2007 when a neighbor who he was at odds with over a retaining wall in his backyard made a complaint to the city. He said the city waited several years to investigate the issue he believes because he became outspoken about several city issues. As a member of People for an Environmentally Responsible Kenmore (PERK), he has spoken out against the Kenmore Industrial Park that his home overlooks. “When it gets going, it’s noxious,” he said of the plant. “So, yeah, I painted a big circle on myself.” A code compliance officer came out to his house in 2010 and ended up citing him for eight violations, including his solar panels, the retaining wall and blackberry bushes that were in the city’s rightof-way. The city has since dropped all of the code violations except for the retaining wall and the solar panels, which are both subject to the recent

litigation. According to the city’s notice of violation, the solar panel “roof” poses a threat to the public’s safety. However, O’Brien says the structure is sturdy and it is not a roof. “In three attempts, he tried to call that a roof, which it clearly isn’t,” he said of the city’s code compliance officer Bryan Hampson. “I said, ‘how many roofs have one-inch gaps in them, how many roofs make electricity, how many roofs are built on aircraft grade aluminum designed to withstand 300 mile an hour winds?’” The structure consists of wooden piers that he built 5 feet into the ground and is reinforced with rebar cages and concrete. “I’m telling you, go up there and shake that thing, it’s not going anywhere. That is stout,” he said. Before O’Brien installed the support structure and solar panels in 2010, he said he obtained a permit for the structure from the city. He also obtained the necessary electrical permits from the Washington State Department of Labor and Industries and Puget Sound Energy inspected the structure. O’Brien’s solar panel

array is treated by the state of Washington and Puget Sound Energy as a utility and he sells electricity to the company. “I get about 18 to 19 cents a kilowatt hour for the electricity I make,” he said. “Right now I’m making about $650 a year of electricity. That’s what the panels are yielding. But I’m also using that energy too, so it’s on top of what I use.” Rather than put the solar panels on the roof of his home, he placed them on the structure to allow him more capacity to add up to 20 more panels in the future. He also placed the structure over his driveway to limit his footprint of impermeable surfaces, according to city guidelines. The city cited him for affixing solar panels to a permitted structure without obtaining a permit. However, he said the city currently does not have any ordinances in place in regards to solar panel installations. “I was told by the city inspector Bryan Hampson that [the addition of solar panels] could be unsafe,” he noted. City officials say the panels “alter the loads imposed on the structure,” according to a January 2011 letter to O’Brien

Patrick O’Brien built this structure over his driveway that consists of a 20-panel solar array. MATT PHELPS, Bothell Reporter from the city. “The structure was not structurally designed to carry the additional live loads caused by the solar panels on the structure (wind and snow),” the letter continues, citing a city code that states the addition of the panels constitutes an “alteration” to the structure. The code states that any owner who intends to alter a structure must obtain a building permit. But O’Brien argues that there are at least a dozen other solar installations throughout the city that weren’t required to get a permit. One of those solar panel arrays is on the roof of a home about two blocks away from him.

“So it’s an unfair application of a non-existent law,” he noted. Rosemary Larson, an attorney with the law firm Inslee Best, which is representing the city of Kenmore in the King County Superior Court appeal, spoke on behalf of city officials. She said some residents are required to obtain a building permit to install solar panels “to the extent a building permit is required,” said Larson, noting that it would depend on the structure. “So it’s not permitting the energy generation aspects - that is permitted through the state. [The process] does require a building permit if solar [ more SOLAR page 11 ]



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panels will be put on top of a structure.” During the appeal before the city, the hearing examiner ruled that O’Brien must take down his solar panels, which he has since taken down. He was not required to take down the structure itself. Officials said he must also obtain a building permit from the city before the panels go back up. “Then I have to go through this permitting process that’s non-existent – there’s no punch list for it,” said O’Brien. The city also ordered him to pay a $1,000 fine and said if he didn’t take down the solar panels, he would be charged a fine of $200 per day. In his court appeal, he seeks to reverse the city’s decision to have him take down his solar panels and obtain a building permit. He also seeks an award of attorneys’ fees and any further relief the court deems necessary. O’Brien contends that he satisfied all state requirements for solar panel installation. In addition, the city charges permit fees based on the value of

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100’s of New & Used RV’s with Discounted RV Show Pricing! April 19, 20, 21 Evergreen State Fairgrounds, Monroe, WA Fri. & Sat. 10-7, Sun. 10-5

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Kent Commons 525 4th Ave. North Kent, WA Saturday, 10am-5pm Sunday, 10am-4pm


Dealer Bourse! FREE admission FREE appraisals bring in that old collection in the closet.

23 dealers from 5 states.

AKC Golden Retriever pups. Excellent blood Sporting Goods line. $500 males. $600 females. Wor med and G U N , K N I F E , C O I N shots! 360-652-7148


CASH FOR ANY CAR! Running or Not! Don’t trade in or junk your car before calling us! Instant Offer! 1-800-541-8433

RECORDS WANTED Top prices paid for used vinyl & CD’


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AKC Labrador Puppies Chocolate & Black. Great hunters, companions, playful, loyal. 1st shots, dewormed. Parents on site. OFA’s $450 & $550. (425)422-2428


RAGDOLL Mix Kittens, Ve r y P r e t t y. S i a m e s e Himalayan Color. Ver y Friendly, Loving, Social Cats. 1st Shot. $85 $125. 360-651-0987 or 425-374-9925



AVAIL NOW 2 LITTERS Of Full Euro’s; one litter of blues and one of mixed colors. AKC Great Dane Pups Health guarantee! Males / Females. Dreyrsdanes is Oregon state’s largest breeder of Great Danes, licensed since ‘02. Super sweet, intelligent, lovable, gentle giants $2000- $3,300. Also Standard Poodles. 503-556-4190. Find what you need 24 hours a day.

Is it time for you to own a World known champ i o n b l o o d l i n e . Yo u r puppy will be eligible for registration with American Kennel Club A.K.C. in your name unlimited. Dam is from German impor t and strong schutzhund bloodlines. Grandfather is Jello vom Michelstadter Rauthaus VA 5 . B u n d e s S i e g e r Zuchtschau In Wort Und Bild Karlsruhe This Carlyson, typical of his sire was again able to present an absolutely positive progeny group. Sire is Schh3 kkl1 from Ger man impor t Wor ld Seiger VA1. We hired sire at stud but he is available for viewing by photos and call us for his bloodlines. Excellent! Puppy can be trained to compete in protection, tracking, obedience and confirmation. They have strong schutzhund blood in their lines from both parents. They have a h i g h d r i ve t o p l e a s e. D a m a n d Au n t ra r e l y stop working. Puppies will be dewormed, vaccinated and ready to go with puppy care packages.They come with health guarantees. Dam is black and red. Sire is black and very very red. 206 853-4387


LABRADOr AKC yellow & black pups, excellent pedigrees, blocky head, both parents on site, full registration, vet check, 1st vacc, de-worm program. Ready now. Happy, healthy pups. Males & females. Blacks $500, Yellows $600 Michelle 360-490-3311 Chris 360-490-1372 MINI AUSSIES! Shots and wormed. Great family dogs, easy to train. $500 up. Call 360-8936568 or Picture at:

POM PUPS, 8 weeks, 1st Shots & Wor med. Dar ling personalities, Black & tan, cream/sable Farm Animals $400-$450 425-377& Livestock 1675 Beautiful Australian Trout Donaldson Shepherd Pups. ASCA 1.25 million readers o r C K C R e g Wo r k i n g ROTTWEILLERS or make us a member of Rainbow FingerVersatility lines We have DOBERMANS: Extra lings for your the largest suburban large. Family raised. 5 Merles - Blue & Red pond, very fast Adults and puppies. newspapers in Western M&F 2 Tri Males - 1blk & growing, u-haul. 1 red. Lot’s of copper! Free training available. Washington. Call us Miller Ranch Inc Pa r e n t s h a v e h e a l t h 360-893-0738; 253- today to advertise. Yacolt WA clearances, these pups 770-1993; 253-304800-388-2527 360-686-3066 will have lot’s of energy. 2278 No texts please! Great family companions. Trialing/show prospects. DOB 2/27/13 Sue 425-478-2352 - Duvall, WA Sound Publishing, Inc., Washington’s largest newspaper publisher has several

full-time job openings in our Printing Facility in Everett, WA.


AKC Litter Reg. SIBERIAN HUSKIE PUPS Spring Clearance on Male Siberian Husky Pups! $600 for pups bor n 11/10/12. $700 for pups born 11/17/12. $800 for Females born 12/01/12. Cash. Call Don or Donna 360-691-5591 or 425-319-5076 Granite Falls.

House call available AKC MINI Schnauzer 206-632-5483 Everett


AKC GERMAN SHEPHERD pups. Females from $1500 black sable and mahogony sable. Males $1800 black sable. East German & C ze c h wo r k i n g l i n e s. Home companion, SAR, Spor t & family protec- A K C W E S T I E P U P S. tion. 253-380-0190 We s t H i g h l a n d W h i t e Terriers. Four litters to choose from. $1,000. Will take deposits. Call with any questions. You can’t go wrong with a Westie 360-402-6261

For information, call: 425-883-9390

and Collectible Show. Buy, Sell & Trade. Over 100 Tables. Saturday, April 20th, 9am-5pm, S u n d ay, A p r i l 2 1 s t , 9am-3pm. Grant C o u n t y Fa i r gr o u n d s, 3953 Airway Drive, Mos e s L a ke, WA . 5 0 9 765-3581. $5 Admission, Kids 12 & Under Free When Accompanied By An Adult.

AKC Proven Yorkie Stud available for breeding NOT FOR SALE. $300 Calm and sweet personality. 4.5-5 lbs Will travel 425-327-4071 pics: www.avisualadvantage. net/cookie AKC REGISTERED Yellow Labs Pups for Sale $650.00 Our Female is a family pet - Not a puppy mill. (360)631-6089

SPRING 2013 Stamp Show April 20-21, 2013

D R E S S E R 1 5 0 FA R o u g h Te r ra i n C ra n e $ 1 0 , 5 0 0 O B O H e av y Duty 60ft (4-Section) Boom, Detroit 453 diesel engine, Allison powershift transmission, 30,000# capacity, outriggers, 4WD & 4-wheel steering, enclosed & heated cab, large roughterrain tires. Call Ken (360)708-6204 Need extra cash? Place your classified ad today! Call 1-800-388-2527 or Go online 24 hours a day

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puppies. Some ready to go now, some ready late r. Va r i e t y o f c o l o r s. $ 4 0 0 m a l e s $ 5 0 0 fe males. Now taking dep o s i t s. 2 5 3 - 2 2 3 - 3 5 0 6 253-223-8382

AKC POMERANIAN puppies. Variety of colors. $400 males, $500 fe m a l e s . E x t r a s m a l l $600. Some ready now, some later. Taking deposits. 253-2233506 253-223-8382

C O C K E R S PA N I E L Puppies; registered litter. Adorable, loving, fluffs of fun! Born 3/6/13. 4 males. All colors. First shots received. References from previous litter owners. Exceptional dogs, ver y smar t and l ov i n g . S h ow q u a l i t y. Parents on site. Includes paper: $550 each. For appointment please call Dawn 253-261-0713 Enumclaw Dachsund Terr ier Mix Puppies for Sale. Pictures Available. Puppies can be seen in Monroe. Call or text 406-8394140 or 360-794-5902 GERMAN ROTTWEILER, Purebred, AKC’d Papered. 4 Yr Old. Vom Keiser Wappen Bloodline $2500. Call Now! 425-280-2662

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LHASA APSO INFORMATION. Contact Cascade Lhasa Apso Fanciers, c/o Ann Lanterman, 425.868.0276

Green Day Recycling Event May 4th, 9am-2pm Canyon Creek Elementary 21400 35th Ave S.E. Bothell Electronics, Appliances and other non toxic items accepted. For a full list of accepted items, please go to

Donation based. All donations are tax deductible.

· Seeking an experienced Pre-Press Technical with basic knowledge of 4-color offset printing with intermediate computer knowledge. Thorough knowledge of digital pre-press applications including: Adobe InDesign, Photoshop and Acrobat; Enfocus Pitstop, Kodak Preps. Knowledge of Kodak Prinergy Evo RIP software a plus. Job entails downloading files from various sources, preflight and correction of PDF files if needed, imposition for various press configurations and plate output. Qualified candidate must be able to multi-task in a busy newspaper environment with tight deadlines. The ability to prioritize and attention to detail is a must. Must be able to work nights and weekends.


· Seeking qualified press operators who have experience printing on single width web presses. Demonstrated experience in press make ready, ink setting, quality checking and basic crew maintenance a must. Must have a minimum of five years printing experience. Positions are available on all shifts. · Entry Level General Workers needed to jog/stack product as it comes off the press. Must be able to stand for entire shift and lift 50 lbs. repetitively. Basic math skills a must. $11/hr. Positions are available on our night shifts, seven days a week.


· Seeking qualified insert machine operators for our night shift (8 p.m. to 4:30 a.m.) Tuesday through Saturday. Positions require mechanical aptitude as well as the ability to setup and run Muller and Goss inserting equipment. Familiarity with Kansa and Barstrom labelers and Muller stitching and trimming machines a plus. · Entry Level General Workers needed to feed insert hoppers and stack completed products off the inserting equipment. Positions require the ability to lift 45 lbs. repetitively and stand for entire shift. Basic math skills a must. Positions are for our night shift (8 p.m. to 4:30 a.m.) Tuesday through Saturday. $9.19/hr. · Post-Press Clerk for coordination of inserts. Includes inputting of insert information into circulation software per publication, creating reports for use by insert machine operators and running reports from business systems. Assist with pulling verification samples by publication and filing by week. Will have contact with sales staff. Basic computer skills and good phone/customer service skills required. Will also assist with feeding inserts on an as needed basis. This is a day shift position, Monday through Friday. · Receiving General Worker needed to unload trucks delivering palletized insert materials to our facility. Successful candidate must have the ability to become forklift certified and be able to lift 45 pounds. Must possess attention to detail for checking bills of lading, marking skids by publication, and pulling sample/verification copies of inserts. Must assist in keeping insert holding area organized and pull skids as required by deadline. Monday through Friday, primarily day shift hours. If you are interested in joining our team, email your cover letter and resume to: hreast@, or mail to: Sound Publishing, Inc. 19426 68th Ave. S., Kent, WA 98032 ATTN: HR/PROD Sound Publishing, Inc. is an Equal Opportunity Employer (EOE) and strongly supports diversity in the workplace.

For a list of our most current job openings and to learn more about us visit our website:

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Bothell/Kenmore Reporter, April 19, 2013  

April 19, 2013 edition of the Bothell/Kenmore Reporter