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Miners memorial unveiled in Black Diamond By Dennis Box



fter years of planning and hard work the Black Diamond Coal Miners Memorial was unveiled Saturday during the city’s Miners Day celebration. The honor garden memorial includes a 13-foot bronze statue sculpted by Ellensburg artist Paul Crites and a 28-foot granite wall, engraved with the names of miners who have died in mines throughout Washington state. Engraved bricks are at the base of the statue and wall. Surrounding the memorial and historical museum is a landscaped garden. According to Black Diamond

Historical Society President Keith Watson, the idea for the memorial began years ago, but started in earnest about two years ago when he and former Black Diamond Mayor Howard Botts and their wives made a trip to Roslyn, Wash. They saw a Roslyn coal miners memorial and that was the inspiration. “That is what we wanted to do but we wanted it to cover the entire state,” Watson said. Watson said a large donation in the beginning and volunteers

from around the region brought the vision to life, “It’s amazing how everything fit together,” Watson said. “The number of volunteers that stepped up to the plate, it was amazing.” Watson gave an example of a Black Diamond woman, 94-year-old Katherine Daniels, who did the flower gardens for the memorial and donated a deer statue. “She is probably there today,” Watson said Monday.

Former Mayor Gomer Evans Jr., a lifelong Black Diamond resident, was another of the guiding forces behind the project. Evans’ father was a fire boss in the mines. At the unveiling ceremony Evans told the story of how his parents met, married and raised a family of nine children in Black Diamond. His father came to America from Wales in 1910. The senior Evans was promoted to fire boss when he was 18. The fire boss was the first worker to enter the mines at the beginning of the shift and ensure it was safe. Evans said his parents met and married in 1916. His father was living in a “single men hotel, the

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Independence Day Parade

Enumclaw’s Stars and Stripes Parade took to Cole Street at noon Thursday. The parade featured dozens of kids on bikes, entries by local businesses, high school musicians, scout troops and much more. The holiday started with a city Walk of Fame induction and came to a rousing close with a fireworks display. Photo by Kevin Hanson

The King County Fair takes over the Enumclaw Expo Center grounds this week, starting its four-day run at noon Thursday. The fair will again be operated by Universal Fairs, the Tennessee-based organization that breathed new life into a floundering enterprise. After King County systematically diminished the fair and finally sliced funding altogether, the city of Enumclaw made a oneyear stab at offering a summer attraction. Universal Fairs offers its Enumclaw attraction for the third year. As usual, the fair will feature carnival rides and a midway, plenty of food vendors, a commercial building filled with vendors hawking everything from

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Edward Saylor inducted into Enumclaw Walk of Fame A hefty plaque bearing the name of Edward Saylor will soon be added to Enumclaw’s Walk of Fame, joining a short list of the city’s highly-accomplished. Saylor was formally inducted into the Walk of Fame during a Fourth of July ceremony at City Hall. The ceremony, presided over by Mayor Liz Reynolds and featuring comments by Al Zarb, commander of the local Veterans of Foreign Wars, included Saylor receiving a ceremonial key to the city. In 1942 Saylor was just a few years out of high school and a member of the U.S. Army when he volunteered for a secret project headed by Jimmy Doolittle. It

T-shirts to hot tubs and barns stocked with animals. There also will be racing pigs, a petting zoo and a “mutton bustin’” competition where kids ride sheep.

songs of Neil Diamond; Silver, Blue and Gold offers songs by rockers Bad Company; and Stevie Ray Guns offers a tribute to blues great Stevie Ray Vaughn. Performing at 1, 3 and 5 p.m. every day will juggler Alex Zerbe, offering his brand of family-friendly

comedy. Additionally, 4-H kids from throughout King County have prepared photography, food and clothing displays, various public presentations/performances, Lego robots and more. They have trained their dogs, cats, horses and goats for the King County Fair,

with the hope of qualifying to show at September’s Washington State Fair in Puyallup. The fair runs from noon to 9 p.m. Thursday, noon to 10 p.m. Friday, 10 a.m. to 10 p.m. Saturday and noon to 9 p.m. Sunday. Admission is $7 for those 13 and older and $5 for

kids 5 to 12 years of age, with children 4 and younger admitted free. A family pass – two adults, two children and two allday ride wristbands – are available online.


Paul Crites, was present at the ceremony. Watson said Crites came up with the idea of changing the patina to black on the bronze sculpture, because miners were always covered in coal dust in the mines. Crites started as a car-

toonist more than 40 years ago for Western Horseman and other magazines. He also worked as a logger and miner through the years, which has inspired his art. “It’s all part and parcel of what I do,” Crites said. Now that the memorial is complete, Evans’ next project is to restore the

town’s first fire engine, a 1947 Ford that was headed for the scrap heap. The memorial event drew a large crowd that included Mayor Becky Olness, Covington Mayor Margaret Harto, Black Diamond City Council members Janie Edelman and Carol Benson, Botts and Dino Rossi.

BERT LOMBARDINI Enumclaw resident Bert Lombardini died July 6, 2013. He was born July 22, 1938. Arrangements are by Weeks’ Enumclaw Funeral Home. For service information, visit

ceded in death by husband Harley. Services took place at 2 p.m. Tuesday, July 9, at B o n n e y-Wa t s o n Washing ton Memorial, 16445 International Blvd. in SeaTac. All may sign the Nora Strichertz online register at


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NORA STRICHERTZ Nora Strichertz, 74, died June 29, 2013. She is survived by four children, eight grandchildren and three great-grandchildren. She was pre-

FIREWORKS: Police were kept busy July 4, dealing with fireworks. At 10 p.m. they responded to a Stevenson Avenue address to assist medical personnel with a person who had sustained injuries from fireworks. Later in the evening, police were telling people to stop for the night. In at least a dozen instances, police confiscated illegal fireworks. ASSAULT: Police hear of a disturbance at Sunrise Elementary School at 10:30 p.m. July 4. Two male subjects were arrested and booked for fourthdegree assault. ACCIDENT ASSIST: Police responded the afternoon of July 4 to a location on Southeast 416th Street to assist medical personnel and King County deputies at the scene of an automobile accident involving injuries. RESIDENT CONCERNED: Police took a report the evening of July 4 about two men entering a Harmony Lane home without knocking, surprising the homeowner. Further investigation showed the men hadn’t entered the residence, but the homeowner remained concerned about their actions. The subjects were counseled and released. NO CAMPING: Police learned July 3 of a man and woman sleeping overnight in a vehicle parked on Battersby Avenue. The woman had sought treatment at St. Elizabeth Hospital and was difficult with staff. Both subjects were advised against camping in the

parking lot. Because neither the man nor the woman were licensed to drive, they were advised to find a licensed driver to move their vehicle. DRUNK DRIVER: Police were told at 1:15 a.m. July 3 of someone yelling about being drunk and driving. An officer located the car and arrested the driver for being under the influence. The suspect was taken to the police station for booking and the vehicle was impounded. VICTIM NOT TALKING: An officer was told at 10:30 p.m. July 2 of a possible assault victim at the Forest Service building on Roosevelt Avenue. The subject would not provide any information relating to any type of assault. Medical aid responded and the subject was provided transportation to his home. TO BE EVALUATED: A female was seen walking in the middle of Myrtine Street at 6 a.m. July 2. She was contacted and later taken by emergency medical personnel to St. Elizabeth Hospital, where she was to be evaluated. MISSING PERSON: An Enumclaw mother reported her son missing July 1. The juvenile was last seen at Seattle’s Woodland Park Zoo. Both Seattle and Enumclaw authorities were alerted. CASH TAKEN: A cash drawer was reportedly taken from a Griffin Avenue hotel. Police were notified at 3:35 a.m. July 1. PURSE STOLEN: Police were told at 5 p.m. July 1 a purse was taken

turned out Saylor, a flight engineer, was one of 80 men who carried off the famous Doolittle Raid, an air assault on Tokyo, Japan, following in the wake of Japan’s attack on the U.S. military installment at Pearl Harbor, Hawaii. The raid has subsequently been well chronicled in history books and by Hollywood. The years have taken their toll and Saylor is one of just four remaining members of the Doolittle crew. Enumclaw’s Walk of Fame is at the corner of Griffin Avenue and First Street. Previously enshrined were NASCAR driver Kasey Kahne, professional basketball player Brian Scalabrine, photographer Bob Charlo, artist Linda Petchnick and local historian Charles Berg.


The lineup of musical acts is heavy with “cover bands,” groups who perform songs made popular by other artists. For example, the Mainstreet Band does a Bob Seger tribute; Born to be Wild consists of former members of Steppenwolf; the Cherry Cherry Band performs


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from a vehicle parked in the bus loading area at the J.J. Smith Elementary building. Entry was gained by breaking a window. FAMILY DISPUTE: Police responded to a Schmid Street address the evening of July 1 after hearing of a family dispute that was resulting in property damage. When officers arrived an adult son had left the residence and his father declined police involvement. FAMILY ADVISED: Police were called July 1 to a Griffin Avenue location where a male was on the ground in front of a business. Medical aid was declined and an officer provided transportation. The subject and his mother were counseled about the male’s alcohol consumption. OUT OF CONTROL: Police responded to St. Elizabeth Hospital at 12:35 a.m. June 30 following a report of an out-of-control patient. The subject was treated and released and the trouble was settled upon police contact. EXPLOSION: A Marion Street resident notified police the evening of June 30 of an explosion that shook windows in the area. An officer found nothing out of the ordinary in the surrounding area. The blast was presumed to be from illegal fireworks. WINDOWS SHOT: A Gossard Place resident told police June 30 that windows of a travel trailer had been shot out. There were no suspects. HELP WITH FIRE: Officers responded the evening of June 30, providing traffic control while firefighters dealt with a brush fire on 244th Avenue Southeast.



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WHAT’S NEW IN LOCAL BUSINESS Vintage clothing, furniture found at downtown shop

Vintage Garden, a new enterprise launched by owner Coreen “Corey” Baxter, is sharing some highly-visible space on Enumclaw’s Cole Street. Located at 1527 Cole, Baxter has set up shop and shares space with Young’s Flowers, a full-service florist. Baxter offers customers a selection of antique and vintage furniture and

refurbished and rehabilitated furniture, home decor and gifts; on a speciality note, Baxter stocks vintagestyle, cloth-covered electric cord for lamp rewiring.

Baxter also rents her vintage pieces for weddings and photography sessions. Vintage Garden is open every day – 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. Monday through

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Time to get snippy with your garden bloomers The middle of July brings questions on summer maintenance. This is your last chance to control the size of some fall- and autumnblooming perennials so get snippy with mums, phlox, sedum Autumn Joy and delphiniums. Continue to deadhead or remove the faded flowers from annuals and perennials to encourage more summer blooms.

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I fertilized the plant, the buds fell off! I used a 20-2020 plant food that I also use on my fuchsias. (my fuchsias are fine so I know I did not mix it up the plant food incorrectly.) What do you think? P.L., Longview I think your clematis just had a hizzy fit because you dared to push a big meal right as she was getting ready for her grand performance. Clematis can be divas when it comes to the flower show. They do not like being fertilized or moved or having their skinny stems knocked or damaged. Is the entire plant wilting? Clematis are also susceptible to a disease called clematis wilt that strikes suddenly and there is no cure. If your buds fell off but the vine looks otherwise healthy just water but


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Here we go with another round of election races. This one probably will not draw the heavyweight fight crowd like the presidential battle of 2012, but there always are a few intriguing races and initiatives to watch. After covering political races for longer than I care to admit, I still try to follow one rule. I never call a race before the votes are counted. I often have a sense how a race will break, but I have been sucker punched enough to give up the practice of reading birdie inners to predict the future. I do believe when the voters of our country pay attention to a race, usually the best choice is made, although I may not Dennis Box agree with it at the Editor time. Often when I look back it makes more sense, or it is at least understandable why the voters made a choice that seems goofy. Sometimes it is goofy and I think that is usually a lack of paying attention or worse, paying attention to self-appointed arm wavers with the world’s best interest at heart. My advice is to check the facts and figures of anyone, candidate or campaigner. Many of the most shrill like to hold a candidate to the truth, but their hair catches on fire when someone challenges their tilted universe of truth. Truth can be a moving target in campaigns. Elections are about paying attention and critical thinking by voters. It is a responsibility and certainly eating s’mores and sauerkraut is probably more fun. The political arena can be an unfamiliar environment for many. Candidates run with notions of community service dancing in their heads and suddenly they are nailed between the eyes with a hostile campaign. It can be a shock to the system. Most candidates I have covered run for pretty good reasons. They really do want to help build a community. Sometimes, I admit, when I hear a candidate’s vision of building the community I want to hit myself in the head with a big rock. That comes from too many campaigns and too many arm wavers with fiery hair. Ronald Reagan was correct about one thing: “Trust but verify” – although I probably fall into the category of “don’t believe anything until it is verified” and even then be careful.

The most important mayoral election in the city’s history is coming up soon in Black Diamond. The big issue is YarrowBay’s massive development. Dave Gordon is the candidate who will do the best at prevent-

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ing this development from literally ruining the whole area. We need a mayor that will represent and listen to the people of this town. The present mayor has ignored the people. In a recent newspaper article about the three candidates, the mayor and the planning commissioner stated that they are clearly in favor of the YarrowBay development. In contrast, I liked Dave Gordon’s statements about promoting local

business. He is willing to stand up to YarrowBay. Other cities have done it and Black Diamond should also. Dave Gordon will not fall for false promises and or mislead us with optimistic tax revenue projections from new growth. He will do his utmost best to control growth responsibly. It is so important to vote for him in this upcoming primary and general election. Bill McDermand Black Diamond

Modern tale of trash, treasure Did you ever wonder what became of all the aluminum cans, scrap paper and plastic containers you faithfully recycle every two weeks? It turns out that, according to a June 19, 2013, Christian Science Monitor article by Peter Ford, “China Puts up a Green Wall to U.S. Trash,” 75 percent of the aluminum, 60 percent of the paper and 50 percent of the plastic you put in the recycle bin ends up in China. At least until February of this year. This “Green Fence” – blocking 20 percent of U.S. shipments and sending them back – is going to affect the U.S. and Europe. We’re going to have to adjust our habits as a result. Sending China our recyclable trash has turned out to be the U.S.’ biggest export at $11.3 billion in 2011 with 23 million tons of scrap. China is resource poor and it needs the recycled plastic to make clothes and the scrap metal is turned into machines. The problem is that about 20 percent of the trash the Chinese receive is unusable and then has to be burned or buried – polluting the land and rivers with toxic runoff and the air with noxious smoke. “The Green Fence” is what the

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Chinese call the newly enforced law to stop the import of dirty, unusable trash it receives. Part of the reason for importing this U.S. and European scrap is because China pays its workers only about $15 a day to process the recycling. Since China exports more than it imports from the U.S., it needs something to fill the holds of its ships returning from the U.S. West Coast. Shipping prices to China are lower than shipping scrap metal to the Midwest by rail. The result of the Green Fence has been to raise the price of metals and plastics in China and to force U.S. recyclers to deal with more of our own scrap – to bury more of our plastic, or clean up the recyclables we send to China, or all three, so there is less unusable trash.

Environmentalists are pleased with the Green Fence because it will force American recyclers to become more creative and the American public to be more careful with its recycling. In other words, we’re being stopped from “kicking the can (the paper, and plastics) down the road” to China. We’ll have to pay what economists call, “the real cost” of our pollution and trash. This should create more businesses and industries in this country to cope with the changes. We’ll have to become better at green technology. Other countries will buy our superior technology and we will become a leader in the field as China has done with solar panels. If we can create better methods of recycling, the planet will be cleaner and we’ll quit the practice of what economists call “moral hazard” – doing whatever we want because we don’t have to suffer the consequences of what we do. It seems the garage sale adage applies: “What is one man’s trash is another’s treasure.” Perhaps the Chinese Green Fence will force the whole world to change its habits, benefiting us all.

Spilling the beans on caffeine Like many of you, I enjoy coffee in the morning to help me wake up. Sometimes in the early afternoon I’ll have a second cup to perk up my fading energy. And, finally, again like many of you, another swallow or two to ward off the lethargic feeling after a heavy evening meal. Owing to the effects these rituals have on us, you probably realize caffeine is a stimulant, but you may not generally classify it with cocaine, Dexedrine and methamphetamine. But medical science does. Needless to say, caffeine isn’t nearly as powerful as these sister drugs, but its physical and psychological effects are very similar. In our brains, caffeine acts to block the neurotransmitters that tell us when we’re tired. This creates a feeling of renewed energy and alertness. In fact, it’s more than just a

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“feeling” – emotions can be deceiving – because there’s considerable research to indicate that the drug actually does improve vigilance and reaction time. Large doses of caffeine also seem to improve the endurance of athletes. Caffeine, like its sister drugs, is addictive, which many of us realize when we miss the cup we always consume at a particular time of day. (In my particular case, I notice the hook whenever I’m near an espresso

bar or a latté of almost any flavor.) It’s also a diuretic and can cause dehydration. Worse of all, in rare cases of a severe overdose, it can kill you, typically by stopping your heart. This fact received considerable publicity a few years ago when some misguided fellows at a frat party drank several cans of Red Bull accompanied by shots of vodka. Of course, we find caffeine in many products besides coffee. It’s been in soft drinks, like Coke and Pepsi, ever since the late 1800s. However, in recent years, caffeine products have become so numerous it’s difficult to keep track of them. Jolt Cola was introduced in 1985. Among ordinary soft drinks, Mountain Dew claimed the highest caffeine content until Pepsi Max came along. Red Bull was launched in 1997, Stay Alert gum in

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A simple pile of rocks are a powerful reminder Each year, dates roll rocks when they just around that are signifimiraculously show up cant for some reason. in the flower bed. So I Church And if I forget one – threw some over there Corner like my anniversary – behind the lawn shed it becomes even more and some over here in significant. I can forget the corner…no rhyme Dale Pratt my own birthday, but nor reason, just piles. Cedar Community Church there are other people That’s about to change. in my life that I really You still with me? shouldn’t just blow by 1 – Jacob was on the their important dates without a second run from his brother, Esau, and stopped to thought: Monday was our anniversary and rest for the night. Why he chose a rock for I didn’t forget it. Mary took me out for din- his pillow is still a mystery to me, but that ner. It was great! I had a birthday in June night, God visited him in a dream. When and I had a party! I rolled past my anniver- he woke up, he made a pile of rocks and sary date for getting involved in full-time proclaimed they represented the visitation pastoral ministry and my anniversary for of God in his life and vowed to return there being pastor here at Cedar is coming up to meet with God in the future(see Genesis soon. My kids and grandkids have birth- 28:20-22). days and a card – with cash is good – is 2 – Moses instituted the feasts and rituimportant. als that have come to be known as Passover. Stick with me now! “And so it will be in the time to come, I have rocks in my yard. I’ve collected when your children ask you, ‘What’s this several little piles and it’s always a ques- all about?’ that you will say to them, ‘The tion what I should do with those pesky Lord, in His great power and authority, has

brought us out of our bondage, and this is the memorial to that deliverance’” (see Exodus 13:14). 3 – Joshua had the leaders of Israel carry rocks out of the Jordan River and pile them on the shore so that, at some point in the future, when the next generation would ask, “What does this pile of rocks mean?” they could tell them, “This is where the Lord brought us across the Jordan on dry ground” (see Joshua 4:4-7). Finally, 4 – on a day in which God miraculously delivered Israel from a big battle, Samuel, the prophet and spiritual leader of Israel, set up a big stone and named it “Ebenezer” – which, in Hebrew, means ‘stone-of-help’ – because, “Up to this point, God has been our helper.” I’ve already had a few important dates come through my calendar this year and a few significant ones yet to come, and I’ve been in a particularly celebratory mood this year, throwing “rocks” on my “pile” and remembering what God has done for me and my family and my church and our community.

I’m well aware that the world at large seems to be in a lot of turmoil. There are some really painful situations going on and they’re not all “way over there” – some folks in our little corner of the world are experiencing life-altering situations. And, within this maze of emotions, I still find that life holds some pretty amazing gifts . . . some of them just show up and some of them are carefully thought out and uncovered. So I’m throwing rocks on my pile to remind me that God really has been close to me for many years and, all things being equal and I decide to just stick close to him, I’m really satisfied that there are more gifts and blessings to be uncovered where the last ones showed up. So, I’ll keep working in my yard, and digging in the flower beds – well, actually Mary will dig in the flower beds and then she’ll come get me when she finds that new rock and she’ll ask me to dig it out and dispose of it. So I’ll dig it out and haul it off and, instead of throwing it over there

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Familiar faces selected to lead Hornet girls golf, XC programs Two new varsity coaches – familiar faces in Enumclaw High sporting circles – have been appointed to lead Hornet athletes. Veteran coach Tod Witzel will lead the girls’ cross country program and Steve Murphy has taken over as girls’ golf coach.

Former track coach to head girls XC

Witzel is a lifelong runner, often seen chugging along the many roads connecting Plateau towns. He began his running career at a young age, competing in numerous events at the national level prior to becoming a decorated runner at Lindbergh High School. He became a Washington state champion sprinter and then took

his talents to Oregon State. As a scholarship athlete he competed for the Beavers at both the Pac 10 and national level. Following college he continued to compete on the international stage, until deciding to begin his journey as a teacher and coach. He began his coaching career as an assistant track coach at Philomath High School in Oregon. He returned to Washington and took over the head coaching position at Sumner High School for three years. During this time he was hired as a teacher at Enumclaw High School and became an assistant coach for the Hornets. After three seasons, he took over the EHS track program and was the head coach until 1999. At that time he stepped

away from coaching to focus on his family. His wife Jean is a social studies teacher at Enumclaw High and their daughter Bryn will be entering the ninth grade this fall at EHS. Jeff Jacobson has overseen both the boys and girls cross country teams and will now focus solely on the boys program.

Assistant golf coach gets promotion

Murphy certainly isn’t new to Hornet golf, having been actively involved for the past seven years. As a volunteer he has brought a wealth of experience and expertise to the program. He played competitive golf in high school and began his career as an assistant professional at


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Inglewood Country Club in 1993. After a couple of years in the golf industry he decided to complete his education degree and become a teacher and coach. He began teaching in the Federal Way School District at Kilo Junior High, then shifted to Decatur High. His coaching career is rich in experience. He has been a head baseball coach at Spanaway Lake and Decatur high schools and was an assistant for basketball, football and baseball at various schools. In August 2006 he decided to move his family to Enumclaw where he has been an assistant with both the baseball and boys and girls golf programs.

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OBITUARY SHEM WEBLER Shem Douglas Webler died unexpectedly in his Seattle home June 9, 2013. He was born June 6, 1977, in Springfield, Mo., son of Harriet Chase and Gerald Webler. Immediately after his graduation from Coeur d ’Alene (Idaho) High School, he enlisted in the U.S. Army. During his marriage to Jill (Roe) McFall of Troy, Idaho, the couple had daughters Rachel and Ashley. He served as a medi-

cal laboratory technician in Korea, at Brook Army Medical Center in San Antonio, at Tripler Army Medical Center in Honolulu and at Madigan Army Medical Center in Tacoma. During his 15 years of service, he achieved the rank of sergeant and was awarded numerous medals and honors and served in Iraq. After being honorably discharged he was employed at Harborview Medical Center Unit in Seattle. During his career he earned a bachelor of science in health science and was working toward a master’s in chemistry. He is survived by his

mother, Harriet Chase, of Randolph, Vt.; father Gerald Webler and wife Kelly; daughters Rachel and Ashley Webler; and siblings Edward Webler and wife Desiree, Kevin Webler and wife Vanessa, Nephi Webler, Jared Webler, Seth Webler, Aaron Webler and wife Jeanie, Angie Farmer, Samantha Stout and husband Dwayne and Daniel Bird and wife Amanda. Memorial ser vices took place June 24 in Medical Lake, Wash., at The Washington State Veterans Cemetery. Donations can be made in his honor to War Dogs Making It Home (www.

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C ong rat u lat ions on your butterfly garden. Scabiosa, also known as pincushion flower due to the round shape of the blooms, is a nectar-rich perennial that attracts both hummingbirds and butterflies and is a perennial so it will come back next year after going dormant this winter. The new variety you have is called ‘Mariposa’ because this is the Spanish word for butterfly and the flat flower heads make it easy for butterflies to sit on the blooms as they sip up the nectar. As for deadheading, yes you should follow the stem of the faded flower all the way to the base of the plant and cut out the stem and faded bloom with one snip. This variety of scabiosa will continue to bloom all summer, behaving like a free-flowering annual plant if you continue to remove faded flowers. You do not need to fertilize

THANK YOU The family of Glen Melburn would like to thank The Heritage House for such good care and love. We would like to thank Delores Gossett from Care Focus for not only being a caregiver but a friend. We would also like to thank Franciscan Hospice and Palliative Care and Dr. Jude Verzosa for his excellent care. A special thank you to Russ Weeks and all the staff of Weeks’ Funeral Home for guiding us through a difficult time and for making such a perfect memorial ceremony. Thank you, Glen Melburn’s family

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Notice is hereby given that sealed bids will be received by the City of Bonney Lake at 9002 Main St E, Suite 125, Bonney Lake, WA, until 10:00 a.m. on July 31, 2013, for the Angeline Road and Church Lake Road Resurfacing project. Work to be performed includes: 2,281 linear feet of roadway planing, reshaping, and re-surfacing on Church Lake Road and 2,322 linear feet of roadway planing, re-shaping, and re-surfacing on Angeline Road and associated iron, approach, and side street adjustments to grade and striping work. Bid proposals will be received only by the City Clerk at the City of Bonney Lake Justice & Mun i c i p a l C e n t e r, 9 0 0 2 Main Street East, Suite 125, Bonney Lake, Washington 98391, by July 31, 2013, at 10:00 a.m., at which time they will be opened and read publicly. Clearly identify the project name on all submitted bid packages. Proposals received after the time fixed for opening will not be considered. The City of Bonney Lake, in accordance with Title VI of the Civil Rights Act of 1964, 78 S t a t . 2 5 2 , 4 2 U. S. C. 2000d to 2000d-4 and Title 49, Code of Federal Regulations, Department of Transportation, Subtitle A, Office of the Secretary, Part 21, Nondiscrimination in Federallyassisted programs of the Department of Transportation issued pursuant to such Act, hereby notifies all bidders that it will affirmatively ensure that in any contract entered into pursuant to this advertisement, disadvantaged business enterprises as defined at 49 CFR Part 23 will be afforded full oppor tunity to submit bids in response to this invitation and will not be discriminated against on the grounds of race, color, national origin, or sex in consideration for an award. Contract documents including plan drawings, specifications, addenda, and plan holders list for this project will be availa bl e fo r v i ew i n g a n d downloading on-line through Builders Exchange of Washington, Inc. (BXWA) at To view the documents on BXWA’s website, select the following links: “ Po s t e d P r o j e c t s ” ; “Public Works”; “City of Bonney Lake”; “Projects Bidding”. Bidders are encouraged to “Register as a Bidder” in order to receive automatic e-mail notification of future addenda and be placed on the “Bidders List”. Contact the Builders Exchange of Washington at (425) 258-1303 should you require further assistance. For questions regarding this project, please contact the Project Manager at 19306 Bonney Lake Boulevard, Bonney Lake, WA 98391, (253) 447-3270. The City of Bonney Lake hereby notifies all bidders that it will affirmatively ensure that in any contract entered into, pursuant to this advertisement, minority and women’s business enterprises will be afforded full opportunity to submit bids in response to the invitation and will not be discriminated against on the grounds of race, col-

or, national origin, or sex in consideration for an award. Each bid proposal shall be accompanied by a bid proposal deposit in cash, cer tified check, cashier’s check, postal money order, or surety bond in an amount equal to at least 5 percent of the amount of such bid proposal. Checks shall be made payable to the C i t y o f Bo n n ey L a ke. Should the successful bidder fail to enter into such contract and furnish satisfactory perform a n c e a n d p ay m e n t bond within the time stated in the specifications, the bid proposal deposit shall be forfeited to the City of Bonney Lake. The City of Bonney Lake reserves the right to reject any or all bids and to waive irregularities in the bid or in the bidding. No bidder may withdraw his proposal after the hours set for the opening thereof, or before award of contract, unless said award is delayed for a period exceeding sixty (60) calendar days. E n g i n e e r ’s E s t i m a t e : Range $400,000 to $500,000 # 495991 7/10/13, 7/17/13, 7/24/13

ton setting fees for various services and permits within the Town of South Prairie in conformity with current costs of providing services and repealing Resolution 184, Resolution 185, Resolution 201 and prior fees. Resolution No. 325 A Resolution of the Town of South Prairie, Pierce County, Washington adopting the SixYear Transportation Improvement Plan # 495978 7/10/13

NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARINGCITY COUNCIL ADOPTION OF THE 2014-2019 SIX YEAR TRANSPORTATION IMPROVEMENT PLAN N OT I C E I S H E R E B Y GIVEN that the Buckley City Council has scheduled a Public Hearing shortly after 7:00 PM on Tuesday, July 23, 2013, at the Buckley Multipurpose Building at 811 Main Street, Buckley. The purpose of the Public Hearing is to solicit public input and comment from interested individuals or groups on the adoption of the City’s 2 0 1 4 - 2 0 1 9 S i x Ye a r Transportation Improvement Plan (STIP). Buckley does not discriminate on the basis of disabilities. If you need special accommodation, please contact City Hall within three business days prior to the public hearing at (360) 8291921 ext. 7801. Comments may be presented orally at the Public Hearing or submitted in writing to the City Administrator at P.O. Box 1960, 933 Main Street, Buckley, WA, 98321, or by email to: city@cityofbu ck l ey. c o m , p r i o r t o 5:00 PM, Monday, July 22, 2013. Copies of the proposed draft 20142019 STIP being considered will be available at City Hall. Questions m ay b e a n swe r e d by contacting City staff at (360) 829-1921 ext. 7801. Dated this 18th day of June, 2013. Published: July 10, 2013Posted: July 9, 2013 # 490797 7/10/13

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CARBONADO HISTORICAL SCHOOL DISTRICT NO. 19 The Board of Directors will be holding a public hear ing on the 20132014 Annual Budget for for mal adoption. The hearing will take place at their regular board meeting on Monday, July 15, 2013. The meeting will be held at 6:30 in the Administrative Conference room. Any person may attend the meeting to be heard for or against the budget. A copy of the budget will be available at the district office. Patricia Ross Sec/Business Manager # 492052 7/3/13, 7/10/13 MEETING NOTICES OF THE CITY OF ENUMCLAW TRANSPORTATION BENEFIT DISTRICT BOARD Notice is hereby given that the CITY OF E N U M C L AW T R A N S PORTATION BENEFIT DISTRICT BOARD will convene on the 2nd Monday of each month at City Hall located at 1339 Griffin Ave. Enumclaw, WA 98022, immed i a t e l y fo l l o w i n g t h e Regular City Council M e e t i n g a t 7 : 3 0 p. m . These meetings are open to the public. # 494098 7/3/13, 7/10/13 City of Bonney Lake Advertisement for Bids - Angeline Road & Church Lake Road Resurfacing

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3 FAMILY SALE! July 13th & 14th, 9am to 5pm. Desk, Kayaks, Clothes, Microwave, Rainbow Vacuum, More! 28307 SE Mud Mountain Road, Enumclaw.

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(5) MINIATURE YORKSHIRE Terrier Puppies Fo r S a l e. T h ey a r e 8 weeks old and ready for a new home. I have 3 female and 2 males left. They are ver y loving, playful, and ready for a n ew a d ve n t u r e. I a m asking $1200 for the female and $900 for the males. Email or call if interested: 425-442-0737

AKC Beautiful English Cream Golden Retriever pups. Wormed and vet checked. Socialized well w i t h c h i l d r e n & c a t s. Ready for new homes 8/5. Mother on site. Very light cream coloring. Come visit our fun loving pups, call for your appointment! $800 and up. Arlington. 425-238-7540 or 253-380-4232.

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HUGE SALE, Thursday, July 11 th thru Saturday, July 13 th , 8am - 4pm. Vintage, antiques, h o u s e h o l d , f u r n i t u r e, girls clothing and much more. All priced to sell! 32122 3rd Avenue, off of Highway 169. ENUMCLAW

#1 GARAGE SALE! Var iety of nice items at awesome prices! Saturday, July 13 th from 9am to 4pm. Located at 1900 Highpoint St. Sunday, 7/14 everything is free. Enumclaw


AKC ENGLISH Mastiff P u p p i e s . Fa w n m a l e bor n Apr il 27 th , 2013. World Winners are these pups family tradition! The mother’s parents and grandfathers, were winners at the world dog show! 4 world winners within the third generation! Puppies are ready now! These puppies have the greatest genes available in English Mastiff history! Aicama Zorba De La-Susa rare stock. This is a once in a lifetime opportunity for Mastiff lovers. $3,500. 253347-1835

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2 FA M I LY G A R A G E Sale! Elliptical Image 8.25, fine china, Beanie Babies, house hold items, clothing, tools, Services and lots of miscellaneAnimals ous. Friday & Saturday 7/12 & 7/13, 9 am - 4 PROFESSIONAL PET pm, 1257 Florence St, & FARM SITTING. Licensed and Insured Enumclaw. S e r v i n g E n u m c l a w , Enumclaw Buckley, Black Diamond, G a ra g e S a l e. Fr i d ay July Bonney Lake. Call 360- S a t u r d a y , 8 7 0 - 8 2 0 9 o r v i s i t 12th-13th, 9AM-5PM, 24235 SE 380th St. Extra large koi fish. Too big for my tank, Paid $75 as a baby, asking $100 cash. (253)709-8605

Friday- Saturday, July 12th-13th, 9AM-5PM. Furniture, 1995 Toyota Tacoma, antique sewing machine, Coleman boat, c l o t h e s, h o u s ewa r e s, misc. 25709 SE 424th St. Enumclaw

G a r a g e S a l e , 42926 268th Ave SE (2 streets behind Chevron), Ju l y 1 2 t h - 1 3 t h , 9 A M 3PM. Household items, clothes, books, games, tools, 4 wheeler. Enumclaw

G a r a g e S a l e. Fr i d ay, July 12th, 8AM-1PM and S a t u r d ay, J u l y 1 3 t h , 8AM-12PM. 28610 SE Mud Mountain Rd. H o u s e h o l d , f u r n i t u r e, china, clothing and more. Enumclaw

G a ra g e S a l e. L o t s o f misc. items! Fr iday & S a t u r d ay, 9 A M - 3 P M . 1208 Farrelly St. Enumclaw

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MULTI FAMILY Garage Sale! Lots of great items, indoors & outdoors stuff! Check us out! July 12 th, 13 th & 14 th Friday, Saturday & Sunday, from 9 am till 4 pm. No early arrival please. 1186 Florence St, 98022 Enumclaw

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J U LY 1 2 T H & 1 3 T H , 9am to 4pm. Garage Sale. Household Items, Furniture, Outdoor, Kids Items. In Belmont Woods Housing Development, off 248th Street. Mark your calendar! Annual all-park yard sale. Crystalaire Mobile Home Park, 2370 Farman St. N. Come find your treasure. Antiques, collectibles, clothes, furniture, kitchenware, art work, tools and much more! Free hot dogs/ drinks across from office 11AM until gone. July 20th, 9AM-4PM. (360)825-1536.

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Garage Sale. Antiques, fences for cattle and a lot of other nice things. Friday- Saturday, 10AM5PM, 25211 SumnerBuckley Hwy. Buckley

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1968 GMC Pickup. Good Project Truck or Part Out. $1,200 Or Best Offer. Call for more details: 360-825-2992 (Enumclaw) Automobiles Mercedes-Benz

Everything from A to Z, we’ve got what you need! Friday & Saturday, July 19th & 20th from 9am to 4pm at Victor Falls Community, 191st Ave East & Rhodes Lake Road.

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Covered Multi Family Garage Sale. Jewelry, Christmas, craft mater ials, kitchen, yard, tools, stuff. Super sale pricing. July 12th and 13th, 9AM-6PM, 12303 190th Ave. Ct. E.


Moving Sale. ThursdayFriday, July 11th-12th, 9AM-6PM, 11316 234th Ave E. Household, furniture items, tires, etc.


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CHURCH FROM 6 or piling it over here, I’m gonna go place it on my memorial pile. And I’m gonna smile and remember that God has been my helper up to this time and I have every reason to believe that he’ll be my helper tomorrow so I’ll just go ahead and keep trusting him. With as much fun as I have in my life and all the fun and joy I find in my wife and kids and all the good times and fun I have with my friends and all the fun, learning and celebration we do as a church

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St. Elizabeth + Franciscan Medical Clinics It adds up to healthy Plateau babies.

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Why leave the Plateau when there’s expert medical care close to home? From caring for you during pregnancy to delivering at our beautiful Family Birth Center, Franciscan partners with you to make your baby’s birth all that you wish for. Expert care close to home at St. Elizabeth Hospital + All private labor and delivery suites + Rooming-in accommodations for the new mother’s support person + State-of-the art fetal monitoring + Easy access to operating rooms for a swift transition should a Cesarean section be needed + Peace of mind that our birth center is backed by the Level III Neonatal Intensive Care Unit staffed by Seattle Children’s Neonatology Department at St. Joseph Medical Center in Tacoma. New doctors on the Plateau welcoming new patients:

Other Franciscan doctors providing maternity care on the Plateau: Holly Dickson, MD Obstetrics, Gynecology

St. Elizabeth Hospital 1455 Battersby Ave., Enumclaw Phone: (360) 802-8800 Franciscan Medical Clinic 3021 Griffin Ave., Enumclaw Phone: (360) 825-6511 Family Medicine, Gastroenterology, Internal Medicine, Obstetrics, Orthopedic Surgery, Pediatrics, Sleep Medicine Enumclaw Medical Center 1818 Cole St., Enumclaw Phone: (360) 802-5760 Breast Surgery, Cardiology, General Surgery, Gynecology and Obstetrics

James Merrill, MD Family Medicine, Obstetrics Tanya Wilke, MD Family Medicine, Obstetrics Dennis Mauricio, MD Obstetrics, Gynecology Enumclaw Medical Center

Joseph Magley, MD Family Medicine, Obstetrics Franciscan Medical Clinic

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Enumclaw Courier-Herald, July 10, 2013  

July 10, 2013 edition of the Enumclaw Courier-Herald