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Bothell man pleads not guilty to wife’s murder BY MATT PHELPS

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Bothell man remains in the Snohomish County jail after pleading not guilty to charges he killed his estranged wife. A judge ordered Alan Justin Smith’s bail to be set at $1 million during his

Cathy Z’s Hope, which is owned by Bothell resident Darrin Paul, thunders down the stretch at Emerald Downs. The horse became an inspiration to many with ovarian cancer. For the full story see page 6.

arraignment on July 22 where Susann Smith, 37, after prosecutors was found brutally refiled first-degree murdered on Feb. murder charges in 12. Snohomish County His next schedSuperior Court on uled court hearing June 19. Smith, 38, is set for Aug. 15 will have to come and a trial date has up with $100,000 been set for Sept. Alan Smith to post a bond. His 13 at 1 p.m. motorcycle remains Smith planned outside of the Bothell home the murder, researched

how to clean up the crime identified, an autopsy states scene and “savagely that Susann Smith beat, cut and ulticould have been mately drowned” killed with the his estranged wife, same type of rubber wrote Deputy mallet identified by prosecutor Craig a former girlfriend Matheson in court as being owned by documents. Alan Smith. Susann Smith Despite the fact Bothell Police that the murder detectives utiweapon has not been lized 15 search warrants

to build the case against Alan Smith, including one to match his footprint to bloody ones found at the crime scene. Smith moved back into the home two months after the murder and was then arrested for the crime in June. He allegedly confessed to a friend “Yes, I did it to her,” court documents state. Susann Smith was at[ more MURDER page 3 ]

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replaced Rob McKenna, who unsuccessfully faced Jay Inslee in the 2012 state Even as the state tightens governor race. its belt, Washington AttorQ: You’ve made helping ney General Bob Ferguson veterans a priority. What are wants to do more. you doing to serve Ferguson, Bothell Washington vets? and Kenmore’s forA: “My father mer representative was a veteran. Both on the King County my grandfathers, Council, shared his and my great-greatgoals and chalgrandfather, were lenges in consumer veterans. I’m from Bob Ferguson protection, privacy, a large family. All a high-profile dismy uncles served in crimination lawsuit World War II. Fortunately, and the latest scams. they all returned home. Elected to the state’s top I’ve always had strong legal job last November, views about veteran’s isFerguson beat fellow King sues—about mental health County Council member issues related to vets, the Reagan Dunn by about disproportionate number 200,000 votes. Ferguson [ more FERGUSON page 5 ] BY SETH TRUSCOTT

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City responds to Kenmore man’s court appeal over solar panels

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he city of Kenmore contends that a local man, who the city ordered to take down his solar panels in January, misrepresented his structure as an arbor for grape vines and failed to obtain a permit for the unsafe structure.

Patrick O’Brien, who is running for Kenmore City Council, filed an appeal in February in King County Superior Court over the decision, claiming the issue is about local jurisdictions “taking control” of green energy. He claims the Hearing Examiner, which upheld the city’s decision, erred in its ruling because the city

does not have an ordinance that deals with the use and installation of solar panels. Rosemary A. Larson, attorney for the city, filed a response on July 8 to O’Brien’s appeal, denying that the Hearing Examiner’s decision requiring O’Brien to take down his solar panels was erroneous. Three years ago O’Brien

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built a structure by installing four wooden piers into his driveway and placing a 20-panel solar array on top. His solar panels became an issue in 2010 when the city received a complaint that there was an un-permitted arbor on O’Brien’s property. The city’s code compliance officer came out to his house and observed

the solar panels on the structure. O’Brien had initially told the city he was constructing an arbor for grape vines when he applied for a building permit. However, he did not inform the city that he intended to place solar panels or any other covering on the arbor, the court documents state.

According to city code and state law, any alteration to a structure also requires a building permit. “The panels are a structural modification to an arbor that requires city review to determine if the panels are safely installed …,” said the Hearing Examiner in his Jan. 19 [ more COURT page 3 ]

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hours. The opening reception included welcoming remarks by Mayor David Baker and Arts of Kenmore (AOK) President David Maehren. Lindsey gave a presentation on her process, from inspiration to finished painting. Her colorful work celebrates nature and color. Live music was performed by Kenmore musician Brian Bohman. To see Lindsey’s work and learn more about her, visit the AOK gallery at T:4.8” Kenmore City Hall.

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BRIEFS 8 to be inducted to Northshore Wall of Honor Eight Northshore School District alumni, former staff or board members will be inducted to the Northshore School District Wall of Honor for 2013 and recognized at a special ceremony at 6 p.m. Aug. 15 at Pop Keeney Stadium. The public is welcome to attend. The Wall of Honor recognizes the outstanding achievements of Northshore alumni, staff and volunteers who have made a significant contribution to the district, community, state, nation or world. This year’s inductees are: • Robert A. Bruzas, Bothell High School, 1961 • James P. Egawa, Bothell High School, 1958 • Dwight “Dee” Hawkes, Northshore School District, 18 years • Lynda W. Humphrey,

[ COURT from page 1] ruling. “The purpose of the permit requirement is to help ensure safety of the structure, not to discourage solar energy.” In the city’s response, Larson noted that although O’Brien obtained a permit for a grape arbor, “he either never intended to construct only an arbor or he altered the arbor by attaching the solar panels to the support posts. In either event, he must apply for a building permit for that work.” O’Brien argued that the city cannot apply its permit requirement to solar panel structures because the building code is not specific to solar panel structures. He also claimed he followed the state’s requirements and process for such structures. However, Kenmore city

Bothell High School, 1963 • Paul E. Mathews, Bothell High School, 1965 • Jack Nicholl, Bothell High School, 1931 • Dr. Jeffrey Tomlin, Bothell High School, 1972 • Marques Tuiasosopo, Woodinville High School, 1997 The Wall of Honor is made possible thanks to the generous donations of community members and serves as a permanent reminder of Northshore’s rich history and tradition of excellence and service. For more information, visit www.nsd.org/ wallofhonor. Pop Keeney Stadium is located at 18603 Bothell Way NE, Bothell.

NSD receives school bus inspection results

The Northshore School District, in partnership with the Northshore Human Services Consortium, Northshore Family Center, Northshore Baptist Church, Eastside Foursquare Church and other human service organizations, will hold its annual Back to School Fair from 4-6:30 p.m. Aug. 14 at

Northshore School District’s transportation department received exceptional results from the Washington State Patrol’s annual inspection of Northshore’s bus fleet. Once a year, state patrol performs an unannounced 100 percent inspection of the district’s bus and motor pool fleet. According to the state patrol, the results of Northshore’s inspections have been outstanding during the past two years. “One hundred percent of our buses and most passenger vehicles were inspected,” said Connie Noll, NSD transportation manager. “All vehicles have thousands of moving parts and if there are any worn parts, the repair must be completed before the Washington State Patrol vehicle sticker to transport passengers is issued. Our drivers and mechanics work as a team through the year and always achieve outstanding inspection results.”

code “requires that a building permit be obtained for construction or alteration of any structure, and no exemption applies to solar panel supports,” court documents continue. O’Brien also claimed the city’s building permit fee for his solar panel structure is an improper tax. However, Larson said state laws exempt installation of certain solar panels from state sales and use tax - not from building permit fees. She continues that the city’s building permit fee is a valid regulatory fee. In addition, O’Brien contended that the city discriminated against him when it required him to obtain a building permit for his solar panel structure. He said at least one property owner in Kenmore may have installed solar panels without obtaining a

permit. “However, … code enforcement in the city is generally driven by citizen complaints,” according to the city’s response. “The fact that one person may be in violation of the city code does not mean that the city’s application of the permit requirement to [O’Brien’s] structure is an equal protection violation.” The court appeal also addresses a second code violation on O’Brien’s property relating to a retaining wall that could also be unsafe. O’Brien 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. The court is expected to make a decision on the appeal Aug. 5.

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[ MURDER from page 1] wrote that Alan Smith is tacked and beaten in the master bedroom of the home and dragged to the bathroom where she was found with water in her lungs, the documents continue. Susann Smith has 22 separate head injuries according to the autopsy, including a fatal blow to the skull. Alan Smith has no criminal history and his passport has been seized by police. Prosecutors

an extreme flight risk and danger to the community. Alan Smith had moved out of the home and was involved in divorce proceedings with his estranged wife prior to the murder. Court documents paint a picture of a bitter custody battle for the couple’s two children. Both children, ages 3 and 6, have been in the custody of Washington State Child Protective Services since February.

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Maywood Hills Elementary School, 19510 104th Ave. NE, Bothell. All ages are welcome to attend this free event. There will be entertainment, music, food and drinks, child ID cards, kids’ haircuts, school and community resource information and children’s activities. For more information, go to www.nsd.org or contact Sandra Tracy, Northshore health and nursing supervisor, 425-408-7728, or Karen Orsinger, Northshore partnerships coordinator, 425-408-7673.


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remember the night I stood at the Yokosuka Naval Base in Japan and looked up at my command ship, the USS Blue Ridge, or what we seamen referred to as “The Blue Cruiser.” I was a young recruit right out of boot camp and had just returned from an evening exploring the train system and the city of Zushi. The light from inside the ship glimmered. I drew a deep breath. “I’m in the United States Navy,” I thought, feeling an overwhelming sense of pride in myself - and for my country. I have often thought back to that moment - that life-changing second when you realize you are doing something important. For many of us veterans, that moment is understanding that you are bravely answering the call of your country to uphold the freedom that those before us fought for. Years later, as a salty editor, I am tasked again with protecting one of those freedoms - our freedom of speech. The Bothell-Kenmore Reporter published a cartoon on Aug. 19 about the U.S. Navy and Seafair activities, with a girl saying, “So, what do we need the stupid old Navy for, anyway?” Several in the community called me, sent emails and letters to express their outrage over the cartoon. Bothell resident John Darracott, a retired U.S. Marine Corps major, sent a letter (below) urging the Reporter to “think deep” about what that cartoon said. As a veteran myself, I can understand how the cartoon may have offended some people. We need the military because our country could not exist as it is without our soldiers and veterans. But our country also would not be the

United States without democracy - the form of government in which all citizens participate equally. Democracy gives voters the capacity to participate freely and allows citizens an equal say in decisions that affect their lives. To function, a democracy must have free expression and educated criticism. As one of America’s founding fathers Thomas Jefferson once said, “A democracy cannot be both ignorant and free.” He also said the basis of our government is the “opinion of the people.” The Reporter’s opinion page serves as a platform for the community to share their opinions, through letters to the editor, guest commentary and cartoons. The aforesaid forms of expression are all based on people’s opinions. Letters, commentary and cartoons - including the recent Navy cartoon the ReportCarrie Rodriguez

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er published - do not reflect the opinions or viewpoints of the newspaper or Reporter staff. You may find the newspaper’s or Reporter staff ’s viewpoints outlined in the editorial space - the place you are reading right now. We encourage everyone in the community to exercise your First Amendment rights and express your opinions - whether they are mainstream viewpoints or not. And when you disagree - let us know, as many of you did in the past couple of weeks regarding the cartoon we published. We, the people, depend on freedom of speech for a functioning democracy. It’s part of what many of us have fought so hard for and have even died to protect.

Carrie Rodriguez is the regional editor for the Bothell/Kenmore and Kirkland Reporter Newspapers and can be reached at 425-483-3732.

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What would Navy personnel in their watery grave think of your cartoon?

Wake Island, or the sailors who fought and died on the USS Boxer, Valley Forge and Princeton in carrier action off the coast of Korea in the 50s, not to mention the Navy personnel who gave their all in submarines The July 19 print edition of the and the Naval aviators who paid Bothell Reporter is the last issue the supreme price to protect this of your paper I will ever read. country. I cannot believe what I was Are you familiar with the USS reading when I saw the cartoon Constitution or let’s give Vietabout the Seafair loss of U.S. nam a try. The “stupid old Navy” Navy activities and a young girl served on the Constitution and is saying, “So, what do we served proudly in Vietnam. need the stupid old Navy Have you ever heard of for anyway.” SEAL Team 6? Have you NORTHSHORE What do you think the ever heard the names of Navy personnel who are the five-star admirals in their watery grave on Halsey, King, Nimitz? Are the USS Arizona at Pearl you familiar with the names Harbor would think of your of Bougainville, Tarawa, Makin cartoon. Island, the Gilbert Islands, New Did you give any thought to Guinea - these are places where what the members of the “stupid members of the “stupid old old Navy” did at Guadalcanal, Navy” gave their all to ensure Iwo Jima, the Solomons, Rabaul,

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you can have a Seafair. I hope you think deep about what that cartoon has said. Maybe some members of the “stupid old Navy” will come knocking at your door and introduce themselves.

Major John Darracott, U.S. Marine Corps (retired), Bothell

Thanks to Kenmore Mayor for helping with rude bicyclists I wish to express my gratitude and appreciation to Kenmore Mayor David Baker for helping me solve our problem in regards to the parking of neighboring cars in front of our mailbox. I also wanted to thank him for his tip to avoid the “rude and inconsiderate bicyclists” when walking along the trail. It did help us but we are still having problems with the bicyclists who

still think they own the road/ trail. I think there should be a law against these people because they don’t follow the rules and get away with it. For example, these bicyclists cross the street or turn with green traffic lights. If cars ever hit the bicyclists, then it is the other party’s fault, not the bicyclists. No offense meant to some, but in general the bicyclists are all rude and very inconsiderate. Just two days ago, I was almost hit by bicyclists. I was already almost at the edge of the trail, but they still passed by me speeding and too close without saying anything. I hope something is done to avoid accidents and so something really bad does not happen. Again, my appreciation and gratefulness to the Mayor of Kenmore.

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www.bothell-reporter.com • www.kenmore- reporter.com proper tools to ensure the the chance to weigh in and worst of the worst stay civilly of homeless who are vets, have the settings they want committed.” job training. On the King to protect their data as they County Council, I got very move through the internet. Q: What do the latest involved in veterans issues, Technology is moving at a round of state budget cuts and proposed the Veterans rapid rate. In our office, we mean for your office? and Human Services Levy, have to work hard to keep A: “Everybody’s got to which voters approved in up with that, and protect do more with less. But to be 2005. I wrote it, I proposed customers. candid, those cuts have real it. “It’s our job and responimpacts…. I don’t intend to “One thing I did in taking sibility to hold powerful scale back our customer prooffice was seeing what we interests accountable who tection efforts. If anything, do, currently, in the AG’s don’t play by the rules. The we should be enhancing office around veterans. The average Washingtonian can’t those. In a conversation with answer was ‘Not a whole afford a high-priced lawyer. state legislators, I said, ‘I’m lot.’ We changed that. We We’re the advocate for the about to hand you a (settlehave a robust web presence. people.” ment) check for $5.5 million. We’re about to go public Just leave me $2 million.’ with resource guides related Q: What are the latest They said no. That’s frustratto veterans’ legal rights. We scams that residents should ing. (The Attorney Genwant to make sure we’re watch out for? eral’s) Consumer Protection educating veterans. When A: “Many scams… (Division) brings in millions someone calls in with a often have similar to the state for education consumer complaint, aspects. During the campaigns, for folks to avoid one question we ATTORNEY summer months, being scammed. Tens of ask is, ‘Are you a when the weather is millions of dollars went to veteran?’ We want good, you see folks organizations that help keep to know that, and come to your door, people in their homes. One be able to track cases offering services… (and) case generated more money that are targeting vets…. contractors coming by, off erfor the state general fund Veterans (and) active-duty (service-people) have certain ing a great deal. Folks should than the state gave to the always go our webpage to entire Consumer Protection rights other folks don’t.” get information about the Division.” person at their door. Any “Salaries were frozen for Q: Why did the state file deal that seems too good to our attorneys for a numsuit against Arlene’s Flowers, ber of years. A first-year the Tri-Cities business that re- be true, usually is.” attorney makes $50,000. A fused to serve a gay customer? Q: What else are you proud second-year, third-, fourth-, A: “Under our consumer of? fifth-, sixth-year attorney protection laws, we have A: “We’ve got 266 people makes $50,000 a year. You broad authority to make civilly committed at McNeil have a challenge recruitsure businesses follow our Island. These individuals ing and retaining the top laws.… Our law against disare the worst of the worst… talent with that system…. crimination has a group of sexually violent predators. Our attorneys handle huge protected classes. You can’t Every year, they come up tort cases, where the state is discriminate on the basis of with the possibility of being being sued for millions. You race, religion… In 2006, the released. So we work to keep have to have good attorneys. legislature added sexual orifolks civilly committed. This We’re losing attorneys all entation as a protected class. year, we had 17 cases for rethe time…. Thankfully, In our view, it’s the clear the commitment. We have been the freeze was eliminated owner discriminated against successful in 16 of those. this year…. Addressing it an individual because of “There are sensitive is tough when our budhis sexual orientation: He get is being cut, but I felt wanted flowers for his same- constitutional issues at play. We take seriously the something has to be done, sex wedding. You just can’t responsibility to protect the because it’ll ultimately cost do that. We are confident public. We’re taking a look at the state more, as well as bethis case will end up in the what we can do, so that the ing unfair to those who are state’s Supreme Court and legislature that gives us the working extremely hard.” that we’ll prevail. “Often with a small business, when we think they’re violating our consumer protection laws, we’ll send them a letter. We did that in this case. 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he Seattle Safe Streets Task Force is seeking information about a serial bank robber nicknamed the “Elephant Man Bandit” for the material he wears over his head, with two eye holes. The unidentified, possibly armed bank robber is now linked to three bank robberies, including a robbery at the Whidbey Island Bank in Bothell on July 5 near closing time. The most recent bank robbery occurred in Shoreline on July 17, and the bandit is also believed to have robbed the Banner Bank in Woodinville on July 12. The subject is a white male, late-40s to early-50s in age, 5-feet, 10-inches to

proaching him and is urged to contact law enforcement immediately. Anyone with information that can help identify this 6-feet tall, possibly with individual is asked to call graying hair and a scar on the FBI at 206-622-0460 or his face. Video surveillance, Crime Stoppers at 1-800which can be seen 222-TIPS (8477). at bothell-reporter. Callers to Crime com by searching Stoppers may Elephant Man, remain anonymous shows the subject and are eligible to wearing black receive a cash reslacks, black dress ward of up to $1,000 shoes and a longif the information Elephant Man robber sleeved collared given leads to an shirt in blue or arrest and charge of white, while coverthe person(s) involved. ing his head with a shirt or The Seattle Safe Streets other material bearing two Task Force includes memsmall eye holes. The subject bers from the FBI, King implies to victims that he County Sheriff ’s Office and has a gun and flees the scene Seattle Police Department. in a car. The subject is considered armed and dangerous. Anyone with information as to the identity or whereabouts of the suspected robber should refrain from ap-

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arrin Paul knew the filly was special from the start. Bought at the Washington Thoroughbred Breeders and Owner’s Association Yearling Sale in 2008, Cathy Z’s Hope, or simply Hope, however, would prove to be more than special. Despite a shortened three-session career on the track at Emerald Downs, Hope would become one of the most inspirational horses ever to race at the Auburn track. “This one has an amazing story,” Paul said. Paul, a breeder and owner based in Bothell, bought Hope less than a year after his mother-in-law, Catherine Zoe DeMatteis, lost her 10-year battle with ovarian cancer and died on June 10, 2007. “I thought it might be a good idea to name the horse after her,” Paul said of DeMatteis, the mother of Paul’s wife, Tracie. “And hope is the slogan or mantra of the Ovarian Cancer Foundation. We decided we would donate a portion of her earnings to the Marsha Rivkin Center (for Ovarian Cancer Research in Seattle).” Initially, Hope – trained by Frank Lucarelli – appeared ready to make a splash at the track. “Then in 2009 during training, she developed pleuropneumonia and a collapsed lung,” Paul said.

“She was given a very slim prognosis to survive.” Hope was moved from Paul’s ranch to the Pilchuck Veterinary Equine Hospital in Snohomish and placed under the care of Dr. Wendy Mollat to treat the lifethreatening inflammation of the lining surrounding the lungs. “The doctors gave her a 50-50 chance,” Paul said. “It was a difficult time. Here was this symbol of my wife’s mother that was going to help us with the healing process. I felt like the biggest schmuck. Why couldn’t I have named her Spot or something?” Hope proved resilient, and on April 21 – DeMatteis’ birthday – Paul got good news. “She took a turn for the better,” he said. “It was a 60day process to get her better, and after the Fourth of July she came back and resumed the normal life of a horse.” Initially, Paul said, he didn’t think Hope would ever be able to race again. “I figured she wouldn’t be good for racing because of the collapsed lung but that she would potentially make a good brood mare,” Paul said. Despite his doubts, however, Paul turned Hope over to Lucarelli to prepare her for the track. “We just took it slow,” Paul said. “I kept expecting the call that she wasn’t going to make it. But she loved it. She loved to run. She would drag the riders to the track.”

The Environmental Protection Agency announced today its selection of academic partners for the Toxics Release Inventory (TRI) University Challenge, a project designed to find innovative ways to increase public awareness of toxic chemical releases in their communities and around the country. The University of Washington Bothell is among the eight partners the agency selected. “For more than 25 years, EPA has gathered critical environmental data to provide communities with information that empowers them to protect their air, water and land,” said Renee Wynn, acting assistant administrator for EPA’s Office of Environmental Information. “Through the TRI University Challenge, we hope to raise student awareness of environmental data and programs while improving research on our environmental challenges to further our work to protect Americans’ health and the environment.” TRI provides communities with information about toxic chemical releases to air, water and land, and helps industry, the public, government and non-governmental organizations make more informed decisions to protect their health and environment. Through these partnerships, EPA will work with eight diverse academic institutions to develop practical and replicable projects focused on pollution prevention, sustainability, community engagement and technology for improving the presentation and understanding of TRI data. The TRI University Challenge is open to anyone connected with an accredited college or university and project timelines are flexible. The selected projects were proposed by faculty and students from UW Bothell, as well as seven other universi-

Cathy Z’s Hope is owned by Bothell resident Darrin Paul. CONTRIBUTED PHOTO In June 2010 Hope took to the track for the first time, three years after the death of her namesake. “It’s pretty amazing that she had the perseverance to fight through and live,” Paul said. “It was a victory of sorts for her just to have her on the track and racing.” In her first outing, Hope ran a strong race, finishing third. Then Paul and Lucarelli decided to start running the horse in mile events. “It was amazing because we started running her a mile in her next 12 of 14 races and she ran second or better,” Paul said. “She’s the only horse that I’m aware of that has come back from something like that and raced.” Before Hope’s retirement last season, Paul said he invited some of DeMatteis’ family and friends down to watch Hope run. “We also had some of the people from the Rivkin

Center come down and watch,” Paul said. “There was a lot of energy around. She ended up winning. It was a very special and emotional time for a lot of people.” Now Hope is retired and set to produce the next generation of Thoroughbreds. “She’s actually in foal to Stevie Wonderboy, the winner of the 2005 Breeders’ Cup Juvenile,” Paul said. He added that any offspring of Hope that makes it to the track will also race to raise money for the Rivkin Center. “It was just such a wonderful experience, we’ve pledged that we’ll continue it,” Paul said. “We never could have imagined the heartfelt parallels with Cathy and Hope’s unrelenting will to live. None of us thought she would ever race with all the lung damage she had, but sometimes the unexplained reinforces the faith to never give up.”

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study because they were the most commonly mentioned and they had all been well researched. It’s likely that those who have experienced other types of toxic stress over months or years would also face a greater risk of health consequences. The more adverse childhood experiences a child has, and the longer the exposure to stress, the greater the risk for problems throughout life. Behavior problems defined in the study include substance abuse, reduced physical activity, or missed school or work. Physical issues include severe obesity,

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them overcome the impact of adverse experiences or any stressor. For example, help children make friends, engage them in age-appropriate volunteer activities, maintain a daily routine and help kids set attainable goals and steps to achieve them. You can teach your child ways to take a break from stress or what’s worrying them, such as through creative activities like music or art, or other things he or she enjoys. The goal is a balance that provides children with better tools to manage the after-effects of adverse experiences, or any kind of stress, within a supportive, stimulating envi-

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This building is the first new structure on the UW Bothell campus in 10 years. The building ‘topped out’ this week, announced builder Lease Crutcher Lewis. CONTRIBUTED Bothell’s School of Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics, received Washington Biotechnology & Biomedical Association’s inaugural 2013 Life Science Innovation Northwest Women to Watch in Life Science award. The award, recently presented at the organization’s annual conference, recognizes women who are thought-leaders in their fields and shaping the future of their industries. Scott was recognized along with five other recipients for their innovation in several areas, among them, their role as industry leaders and their commitment to community service and mentoring. Vice president of Global Clinical Affairs at Philips Healthcare and School of

STEM board member Terrence J. Sweeney nominated Scott. Sweeney said Scott’s reach stretches far beyond the UW Bothell campus as she works to put this region on the national stage for the life sciences. Although Scott received this honor for her accomplishments and commitment, she says the award is a win for the community. With the scheduled fall 2014 completion of the $62-million Science and Academic Building, Scott anticipates continued success in preparing UW Bothell students to work in the STEM fields. The 74,000-square-foot facility will house 11 science laboratories, 250 lab seats and accommodate 1,000 full-time students.

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irons all day, with only out here and win a tourone putt for par outside of nament playing with the herri Turner saved 10 feet for the round. She best players my age is still the best for last carded five birdies and important to me.” today when she two bogeys for her third Sheehan, who won rolled in a 25-foot putt win on The Legends Tour, the LPGA Safeco Classic for birdie on the last hole the LPGA’s official senior three times in the Greater to win the Legends Tour’s tour. Seattle area during her Swing for the Cure by one “The way I started off decorated LPGA career, shot. on the first hole today also birdied the 18th hole. The Phoenix resident really got me going and That birdie moved her carded a score of 3-unI just putted well all the into a tie for second with der 70 at Inglewood Golf way around,” said Turner, Johnson. Club to edge out Christa who pocketed $15,000 Legends Tour “rookie” Johnson of Tucson, for her win. “These Danielle Ammaccapane Ariz., and Hall one-day events of Arizona and Cindy CCCHANGE are challenging of Famer Patty Miller of New York tied Sheehan of Reno, because it’s hard to for fourth at one-under Nev. Johnson and come back if you 72. Sheehan tied for make bogeys early The event’s defending runner-up honors on.” champion, Nancy Scranone shot back at 2-under Turner added that winton of Florida, tied for 71 on the par-73 course. ning now on The Legends sixth at even-par 73 with “I was thinking, ‘Just Tour is still an “imporAllison Finney. get it rolling right down tant” goal in this stage of The Swing for the Cure the hill to the hole’ beher professional career. featured a field of 30 cause it looked like it was “We’re playing the same LPGA Legends competgoing to be a really fast people we played on the ing for a $150,000 purse. putt,” said Turner, a native LPGA Tour and we were Ticket proceeds from the of South Carolina. “The all very competitive with event support Susan G. last thing I wanted to each other,” she said. “So Komen for the Cure Puget do was hit it too far and to know that I can come Sound. have a four- or five-footer coming back.” But Turner’s speedy putt was on the mark, giving the LPGA veteran the win and highlighting a round of solid putting. The Bothell/Kenmore Reporter Turner got off to a is published every Wednesday and TER hot start in the 18-hole REPOR delivery tubes are available FREE to our tournament presented by readers who live in our distribution area. MulvannyG2. She nearly Our newspaper tube can be installed holed out a pitching on your property at no charge to you. wedge for eagle from 110 Or the tube can be provided to you to install at your convenience yards on the first hole, next to your mailbox receptacle or at the end of your driveway. tapping in from one inch Pick up your FREE tube at our Bothell office, located for a birdie to start her at 11630 Slater Ave. NE, Suite 9, Kirkland during regular round. business hours. (Monday - Friday 8:30 a.m. to 5 p.m.) The three-time LPGA 11630 Slater Ave. NE, St 9, Kirkland, WA 98034 • 425.483.3732 • www.bothell-reporter.com Tour winner striped her REPORTER STAFF

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We love your pets!

Maxx Salon

Consignments Clothing

10216 NE 183rd Street Downtown Bothell

“Your Neighborhood Veterinary Hospital, since 1954.”

793519

VOTE TODAY! Online: bothell-reporter.com/survey Mail-in or Drop-off: 11630 Slater Ave. N.E., Suite 9 Kirkland, WA 98034

425-486-3251

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Est 2004

793529

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(Located near Bothell Public Library)

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486-7270

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• Sealants • Implants • Dentures and Partials • Hygiene Care

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24003 Bothell-Everett Hwy, Ste 100 793533

Bothell, WA 98021 www.bothellfamilydentalcare.com

425.486.4428

Auto Care ______________________________________________

Veterinarian _____________________________________________

Flower Shop _____________________________________________

Between Kidd Valley and Les Schwab

Kenmore

425-486-7711

793527

6414 NE Bothell Way,

Pizza ___________________________________________________

Tanning _________________________________________________

Best Childcare ___________________________

Yoga ___________________________________________________

and photo of the winner will be published in an upcoming issue.

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18404 102nd Ave NE Ste A Bothell, WA 98011 793524

425-483-5838 www.gentledds.com

in the Kaufman Bldg across from Spartas

813436

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Your Mobility Resource!

Home Improvement _______________________________________

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Canes and Walkers Wheelchairs Scooters Lift Chairs Diabetic Meals Pain Management Fall Prevention

Professional Cleaners ______________________________________

17901 Bothell-Everett Hwy F-104

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Wendy Crisafulli, DDS 793539

425-486-1291

18704 Bothell Way NE, Bothell

Fitness Center ___________________________________________

Heating/Air Conditioning ___________________________________

Insurance • Surety Bonding • Risk Management

Specializing in Business Insurance & Personal Insurance in Bothell since 1927

Eye Care ________________________________________________

Asian Cuisine ____________________________________________ Bakery __________________________________________________ Best Coffee & Espresso Bar _________________________________ Best Burger _____________________________________________ Breakfast ________________________________________________ Fine Dining ______________________________________________ Frozen Yogurt/Ice Cream ___________________________________ Happy Hour _____________________________________________ Italian Cuisine ____________________________________________ Lunch __________________________________________________ Mexican Cuisine __________________________________________

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Voted Best Pizza 2012 Dine-In with beer & wine

and

2 blocks south of Country Village

793513

Amazing gifts too!

Consignment Store ________________________________________

Hair Salon/Barber Shop ____________________________________

Best Customer Service ___________________

Kenmore’s most trusted pharmacy since 1963

VOTE FOR US!

Computer Repair _________________________________________

Gift/Book Store __________________________________________

Restaurants

Best New Business ________________________

Your neighbors know...

10024 Main Street

Clothing Store ___________________________________________

793531

• Bleaching

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793500

• Tooth Colored Fillings

Businesses

24118 Bothell-Everett Hwy. www.unclepetezas.net 425.381.2525 Delivery/Carryout: 425-487-9100

425.877.1334

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www.WildVineBistro.com

793530

• Cosmetic Crowns Bridges and Veneers

425.485.1413

People

811194

bothell family dental care

Ideal Protein Ideal Bodies

793525

799063

.com

REPORTER

793536

Open Monday - Saturday

793508

793521

Serving Kenmore/Bothell since 1991

793526

425-286-6288

793805

425.481.6217 www.nancypipinich.com

Best Salon in 2010 - 2012

793538

Pipinich Insurance Agency, Inc

793537

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