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Family has hardship as mother battles tumor BY CARRIE RODRIGUEZ


rystal Warwick was pissed at God. And if battling a brain tumor for the past two-and-a-half years wasn’t enough, doctors recently told the 29-year-old she probably has less than a year to live. That’s less time to spend with her 2-year-old daughter, and her sons, ages 3 and 5. And less time to spend with her

husband, Tom Warwick. Doctors gave her a 10 percent chance of beating cancer. But now the mother-ofthree rejoices in knowing that she will “spend eternity” with God. “It has been a journey,” said Krystal Warwick on a recent evening as she sat in a recliner in her Bothell home surrounded by her husband, family members and a close

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Nearly 600 people packed Country Village last year for the second annual Bothell Blues Festival. Organizers hope to double attendance for this year’s event, which will feature five bands. CHRISTIAN HAMILTON PHOTOGRAPHY

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Bringing the blues to Bothell: Music, food and fun Day long music festival to be held at Country Village Aug. 31 Great blues guitarists can conjure heavy-hearted emotion with six simple strings, a tube amplifier and years of practice. But sometimes finding the right combination of notes is not as easy. The blues is about

having a heart broken, but Bothell business owner Sean McVeigh has found joy during the past two years in producing the Bothell Blues Festival. He has found the perfect combination of notes, even though he has never touched a guitar and knows nothing about the music industry. He and

Carolina Smokes owner Dave Heyward are bringing back the festival for its third year at Country Village. “It’s the four ‘B’s: Blues, Barbecue, Beer and Bothell,” said McVeigh. “… Each of the past two years 20 to 30 people have come up to me and said [ more BLUES page 5 ]

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The UW Bothell students in Rob Turner’s Estuaries In Trouble summer course probably had no idea their classroom would take the shape of a floating garbage patrol on Bothell’s Sammamish Slough. But this is exactly the type of learning that happens on and off the campus of a university that prides itself in promoting community-based learning and research. Turner says the best way to learn is by doing. “I want the students to understand how pollutants from the land around the Puget Sound are causing its degradation,” said Turner. So he found a hands-on learning opportunity through a community partnership with Puget Soundkeeper Alliance. Their mission is to protect and preserve the waters of Puget Sound by monitoring, cleaning up and preventing pollutants from entering its waters. Class was in session at the Park at Bothell Landing on Aug. 9. A local kayaking company outfitted the students and taught basic river safety and Puget Soundkeeper Alliance explained the morning’s river mission as students were armed with nets and monitoring devices.

Mycole Brown, a biology major said he expected to find plastic, oil, and knowledge. “I hope to gain a better understanding of the health of rivers and of the various instruments we use,” said Brown. The students eagerly took to the river in several canoes and kayaks. After spending a couple of hours patrolling for all types of pollutants, they turned their finds over to the city of Bothell’s Surface Water Management division. Turner says he wants this experience to have a long lasting impact on the students and the environment. “I hope the students will be jazzed at doing this type of citizen science that can have an impact on the quality of the water,” said Turner. He added that he also hopes the students will volunteer again. And Puget Soundkeeper Alliance could use the help. The Sammamish River is sixth in their quest to clean up 12 Rivers in 12 Months. Haley Duke, a senior majoring in environmental studies, heard the call. She says this first-hand experience won’t be her last and she issued an invitation.


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new residential, retail, office, mixed‐use and an expanded park system. Today, that vision is one major step closer.” It also takes downtown redevelopment to the next phase. The old SR 522 alignment will now become an east‐west connection with future development that will extend Main Street and complete the city’s downtown street grid. By extending Main Street to the west and developing a Boulevard along Bothell Way N.E. the city will connect historic Main Street to new development west of Bothell Way N.E. “This is an exciting time for Bothell,” Bothell City Manager Bob Stowe said. “I am extremely proud of the way the Bothell community has stepped up and responded to some difficult economic times; the way we have leaned into the recession and the future we are now creating. Our community’s vision is coming to life as public investments are attracting private vertical development.” City officials noted that the project team includes: Perteet, Inc., Parsons Brinckerhoff, HWA GeoSci-

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The city of Bothell celebrated the success of a significant capital project with the opening of the new State Route 522 alignment early Monday morning. It is the largest municipal downtown project in the state. City and state officials gathered at 4:30 a.m. for a ribbon cutting ceremony to celebrate. The $60 million dollar project, called Crossroads, is also the largest single capital investment in the city’s history. The project shifts SR 522 one block to the south, decoupling SR 522 from Bothell’s Main Street. The project will improve capacity for the 46,000 plus vehicles that pass through the intersection daily, add commercial blocks to the downtown core and increase the size of the Park at Bothell Landing. “The Crossroads Project will mean less cut‐through traffic in our residential neighborhoods and a quicker commute,” Bothell Mayor Mark Lamb said. “This project also represents another major milestone in revitalizing our historic downtown. Crossroads is part of a multi‐year effort to redevelop downtown with

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emocrats in the state House of Representatives triggered quite a political storm this year with their plan to raise billions of dollars for transportation by, among other means, hiking the gas tax by a dime a gallon. When the clouds of conflict subsided after a regular session and two extra ones, those Democrats looked weary and had nothing to show for the effort. Now, the climate may actually be improving. Diminishing verbal showers are forecast and there’s a slim chance an agreement could arrive in a special session this fall or in the 2014 session. What’s changed the atmosphere is that members of the Senate Majority Coalition Caucus, who withstood relentless pressure through 153 days by Democratic lawmakers, Gov. Jay Inslee and pro-transportation package forces, intend to craft their own transportation funding proposal. And soon. Members of the Republican-dominated caucus are embarking on a statewide tour to find out what the state’s citizenry thinks is needed in transportation and is willing to do and pay to get it done. “We want to find out by region where people are at,” said Sen. Curtis King, R-Yakima, a co-chairman of the Senate Transportation Committee on Tuesday. “We want to get a feel from the public if this is the time to do it.” If what they hear can be translated quickly into a plan, negotiations with Democrats could commence this fall. Sen. Rodney Tom, D-Medina, one of two Democrats in the coalition caucus, has said if an agreement is within reach when lawmakers are in Olympia for committee meetings Nov. 21, it could get acted on then in a quick special session.

“It’s possible. Personally, I think that is a ‘Hail Mary’ comment,” King said. “There are a lot of things that have to come together before that comes together.” One of those ‘things’ is certain to be reform of some state transportation policies. House and Senate Republicans are convinced Washington overdesigns, over regulates and overpays for just about everything it builds and paves. Democrats aren’t convinced it’s quite as bad as their GOP friends make it sound, but many of them see room for reform. On Tuesday, a bipartisan panel of lawmakers began work on a study of those factors which drive up the cost of projects and what if anything can be done about them. Rep. Judy Clibborn, D-Mercer Island, leader of the House Transportation Committee and architect of her party’s failed transportation plan, said the analysis will “inform us about the things we think we know” and maybe dispel a few myths along the way. Results aren’t due until December. But enough Jerry Cornfield

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should be known about reforms before then for King — who is on the panel — to write into the GOP proposal. “I think most people realize we do need additional revenues. We will have to have a list of reforms,” King said. He and Clibborn met for an hour Tuesday after which she sounded confident the GOP will put forth a proposal before the year is out. “My gut tells me they will,” she said. “They talk about it in a positive way. They are saying they want to do something. They realize it’s important to the state.” King made clear his caucus isn’t trying to claim ownership of the issue. “We just want to show we’re not the obstacles,” he said.

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compromised safety and security of the driver and others on the road. If you know someone who shouldn’t be driving, you can visit the page Report Unsafe Driver and complete a driver evaluation request. Any physician or concerned citizen can complete this form. The Washington DOL website states under state law, information the department receives about unsafe drivers isn’t confidential and will be provided to drivers or their attorneys upon written request. However, don’t let that stop you from intervening when safety is at risk, according to the website.

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August 16, 2013 [5] • [ BLUES from page 1] ‘this is awesome, please do it again.’” Those encouraging words helped McVeigh through the first year when the event lost money and last year when it broke even. “The first year was really painful but the people brought us back,” said McVeigh, who owns 425 Media and has an office in Country Village. The event doubled in size during the first two years with 300 spectators in 2011 and nearly 600 last year. McVeigh is hoping it doubles again in 2013. The festival will be held on the Country Village grounds on Aug. 31 from 11 a.m. to 8 p.m. with five blues bands performing. The space normally reserved for pony rides and family picnics will be occupied by the sounds of a Les Paul guitar and a beer garden. McVeigh admits that Country Village holds some constraints for the event but he wants it to stay “all Bothell.” Carolina Smokes is a diamond sponsor of the event and produces the authentic barbecue, while the official beer vendor is Bothell’s Foggy Noggin Brewery. The Village Bean will also offer sandwiches in the festival area with service to patrons while they watch the stage. Open Road winery of Bothell is the official wine vendor for the event as well. One


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Spectators cheer on the entertainment during the 2012 Bothell Blues Festival. CHRISTIAN HAMILTON PHOTOGRAPHY of the main sponsors is McMenamins. McVeigh said that he always wanted to produce a music event but didn’t know how. “I didn’t know anything about the music industry,” he said. “The first year we went around and asked a bunch of bands if they wanted to play. The second year they were contacting us.” He had some help from blues guitarist Chester Dennis Jones, who is a customer of Heyward’s. The cost for this year’s show is $17 for the entire day of music. That price is up $2 from last year but McVeigh said that is because of the quality of music for this year’s lineup. The Chester Den-

nis Jones Band will play the event again this year along with The Stacey Jones Band, Palmer Junction and Eric Freeman. The WIRED! Band will headline the show for the second consecutive year. “They are so offthe-hook great at what they do,” said McVeigh. “People really go crazy for the last two bands that play.” The festival had its share of hurdles during the first two years. Competing with Bumbershoot and a second blues festival in Seattle on the same weekend in Seattle has not been easy. “We want people in Bothell to spend their money here,” said McVeigh, noting that

some of the bands playing the Bothell Blues Festival this year have played Bumbershoot in the past. “We are trying to keep Bothell in Bothell. We want people to spend their money in Bothell and support local events.” McVeigh said that it is also an opportunity for people to explore Country Village. “People drive by for years and don’t know what is in here,” said McVeigh. “We hope this is an opportunity for them to come in and check it out.”

Toll Brothers, a luxury home builder, has acquired 36.94 acres of land in Bothell to develop singlefamily housing. The site, located at 16106 Waynita Way N.E. in Bothell, was purchased for $8.7 million from MTB Associates LLC. The vacant land was sold after the Toll Brothers obtained approval for preliminary plats on the site. The parcels are located just east of the Wayne Public Golf Course and south of SR 522.

Kiddie Academy receives two national awards Kiddie Academy of Bothell recently received multiple awards from the parent company, Kiddie Academy, during their annual national conference in Orlando, Fla. The Bothell location’s owners,

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he general election for Kenmore City Council is now set as all three races trimmed one candidate from its ranks during the primary on Aug. 6. Incumbent Kenmore City Council member Laurie Sperry is earning the highest umber of votes out of the nine candidates running for the three separate positions as of the latest results released on Tuesday by King County Elections. Sperry, who was first elected in 2005, is garnering 2,003 votes in the race for council Position 2. Kenmore resident Bob Black has 764 votes or 22 percent and looks to be the challenger for Sperry during the general election to be held in November. Mark Prince has earned 690 votes or 19.87 percent during the primary. All primary election results will be certified on

Aug. 20. Position 4 is the only race guaranteed to put a new member on the council and Kenmore residents Nigel Herbig and Patrick O’Brien looked to be advancing to the general election. The winner will replace long time council member and Deputy Mayor Bob Hensel, who has held the seat since 2003. Herbig earned the second most votes of any council candidate in the Kenmore primary with 1,651 or 47.29 percent. Herbig, who is a legislative assistant to State Rep. Jessyn Farrell, earned the endorsement of Hensel at just after announcing his candidacy for the posi-

tion. “I knocked on 1,400 doors and I guess my message resonated with voters,” Herbig said. Herbig will take on environmental activist Patrick O’Brien, who received 1,095 votes or 31.37 percent of the vote. “This is the third or fourth time that he has run for council and I think people are familiar with him,” Herbig said. “I am not looking at this as running against him but just getting my vision for the city out there. I want to run as positive of a campaign as I can.” Kenmore resident Charles Crouch, a former Navy special warfare operator owner of CrossFit Kenmore, is currently in third place with 731 votes or 20.94 percent. The top two candidates will move on to the general election in November for the position. Incumbent Kenmore City Council member Allan Van Ness holds a commanding 45.66

The top two vote getters in the primary election will move on to the November general election to see who will occupy the Kenmore City Council at city hall. REPORTER FILE PHOTO percent of the vote in the race for his position 6 seat, according to King County Elections. Van Ness, who has 1,595 votes, was first elected to the position in 2005. “I am pleased with the results of the primary election and am grateful for the continued trust,

confidence and support of Kenmore residents,” said Van Ness. “I look forward to many productive and friendly discussions of Kenmore’s future as we proceed to the final vote on Nov. 5.” Kenmore resident Ken Smith will be his challenger in November,

earning 1,232 votes or 35.27 percent. Kenmore resident and environmental activist Elizabeth Mooney has 651 votes or 18.64 percent. The top two candidates from the primary will move on to the general election in November.

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who would advance. Bothell Planning Commission member Steve Booth and former city council member Tris Samberg have moved on to the general election race in November by garnering the most votes. The third candidate in the race, Nadia Mustafa, earned 10 percent of the vote or close to 500


ty to share their ideas, hopes and concerns with me.” Nearly 5,000 voters participated in the race. Incumbent Julia Lacey has garnered 7,975 votes and holds a commanding 48.43 percent in the primary race for Northshore School District Director No. 1, according to results released Tuesday night. Lacey will face Kimberly D’Angelo in November as the challenger earned 31.89 percent or 5,252 votes. D’Angelo received a late endorsement in the race from State Sen. Rosemary McAuliffe.

Marci Cheesebrough finished third with 19.68 percent or 3,241 votes in the primary race. The top two vote getters advance to the general election held in November. More than 16,000 votes have been counted in this race from King and Snohomish Counties. The Northshore School District Director 1 seat represents the north Bothell area of Snohomish County, including unincorporated areas. Both primary election results will be certified by Aug. 20.

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votes. the Secretary of State for “While there are still Washington had Booth ballots to be counted, I am with 46.76 percent of very humbled to have rethe vote or 2,268 votes. ceived the highest number Samberg has received 43.26 of votes of those counted percent or 2,098 votes, so far and to now know trailing Booth by just 170 that our campaign votes. will move on to the “I’m excited to VOTE general election in proceed to the November,” Booth general and am said. “We believe looking forward that it is clear that to connecting with our message of providvoters in both counties ing positive leadership you in the months ahead,” said can trust, while safeguardSamberg. “I’ll be knocking ing taxpayer dollars and on lots of doors to hear first protecting public safety has hand what is on peoples’ resonated with voters.” minds. I hope Bothell votAs of Tuesday afternoon ers will take this opportuni-

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Something old, something new: You’ll find both along Main Street on September 10th, from 10 AM to 2 PM, at Bothell’s Fourth Annual Senior Day. Brought to you by the Northshore Senior Center and Greater Bothell Chamber of Commerce’s Senior Resource Committee, this exciting event features interactive vendor booths, Shopping BINGO, live music and more! The event also showcases glimpses into Bothell’s past, thanks to photos and walking tours from the Bothell Historical Society, and a look at Bothell’s future, as City Representatives show plans and renderings of the soon to be remodeled downtown area. Senior Day kicks off at 10 AM at the intersection of Main Street and 101st Avenue (a.k.a. Festival Street.) This is a drop-in or stay-the-wholetime event for all generations. Shop at the stores on Main Street, dine at the downtown restaurants and enjoy a day with family and friends. There will be give-a-ways, prizes, discounts, live entertainment and more. Artists (age 55 and older) will also be competing in the first art competition! Contact the Bothell Chamber to find out how to submit your artwork, or simply come to Senior Day on September 10th to cast your vote for your favorite piece! In addition to free parking, a shuttle service will run from the Northshore Senior Center to and from Downtown Bothell throughout the day. Senior Day is sponsored by EvergreenHealth. The entire day is devoted to honoring the seniors who have built our community into what it is today – hope to see you there! For more information, call the Bothell Chamber at 425.485.4353 or visit

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August 16, 2013 [13] • [ KRYSTAL from page 1] and daycare costs for her children as her husband works fulltime outside the home. “It’s very difficult, very stressful,” said Tom Warwick. “The hardest thing is not worrying how everyone is doing when I’m not there and that Krystal is being cared for. I can’t do it all by myself and I can’t be OK having everyone else do it.” He said the financial aspect is also a huge challenge. However, he said “we have complete and total faith that the Lord is going to provide and in the end we will still be OK.” He met his wife of seven years at Washington State University, where Krystal Warwick – a Bothell High School graduate – attended for two years before graduating from the University of Washington, Bothell. His fraternity and her sorority were next to each other. In their former Bothell home, she gave natural birth to her three children. It was just 10 days after her daughter’s birth in February 2011 when they knew something was wrong. In Krystal Warwick’s blog that her family asked to keep private, she wrote on March 3, 2011: “Last Thursday life was normal. We had a baby girl and I was healing as we were incorporating her into a household of five. Friday

morning Tommy got up with the boys at 5 a.m. and I continued to sleep with [our daughter] in our bed.” “… At 9 a.m. I got up and went to the kitchen. I think I was enjoying Cheerios with the boys, we were hysterically laughing, Tommy just kept looking at me alarmed. I was, according to him, slurring my words and not answering simple questions like ‘What’s your middle name Krystal?’ She had collapsed in front of the oven and had a seizure. An MRI revealed a quarter-size tumor on the left frontal lobe of her brain. She was diagnosed with oligoastrocytoma, a rare and debilitating type of brain tumor. She has since gone through numerous rounds of radiation, surgeries and ongoing chemotherapy. But her husband said doctors are running out of options. “It’s been a lot of heartache,” said Krystal Warwick as her children, who were playing in a different room, squealed in the background. On her living room wall, a banner made out of colorful construction paper with polk-a-dot lettering and homemade flowers reads: “We Love Our Mommy!” The couple recently moved into another home in Bothell, where it’s more convenient for family and friends to help care for her and her family.

Krystal and Tom Warwick with their three children. CARRIE RODRIGUEZ, Bothell Reporter When asked what the most difficult part of her journey has been, Krystal Warwick struggled to find the words as she suffers from language deficits and memory loss. But her blog posts show clearly and poignantly her most difficult challenge - losing time with her children. On March 12, 2011, she posted a photo of herself breastfeeding her daughter. “This photo is a big deal in my world, because this was the first time she nursed since the seizure. I could not contain my tears,” she wrote. “Oh the bond I yearn for with [my daughter], it has been so severed by this whole health issue, I look at her and feel like each day or night I miss she changes … I mourn this loss so extensively and I can’t


have it back.” Her blog also illustrates her emotional journey with battling cancer. In a March 31, 2011 post, she said doctors told her the majority of people with her type of cancer lived eight years on average. “Regardless, life for me is less, and I need to love what I have left. Every hour is different since we were told only days ago. I am depressed, and am high with hope. I am completely consumed by joy to spend forever in heaven. I cry all the time, all the time. “The thing that breaks me the most is my kids, wow, I don’t want to leave them while they are still children. They need me, they need me!” Later in 2011 she expressed

outrage with her illness and said she was “pissed at God”: “Why me? Hello, Lord, I have a hubby and kids to care for, they can’t survive without me! I’m pissed. You can heal me, do it. People tell me you’re sad about my suffering? Sure you are. You’re the one who is allowing this to happen. I don’t understand you, I thought you loved me?” Her family describes her as a strong woman of faith, and an inspiration to many. “She was inspirational and spoke about how having a tumor strengthened her life,” said her friend Bryn Kruse, who attends Mars Hill Church in Shoreline with Krystal Warwick. She noted her friend spoke at a woman’s group at EvergreenHealth Medical Center. On July 2, an MRI revealed another new tumor on Krystal Warwick’s brain stem. She enjoyed the Bothell Fourth of July parade with her family and was still mobile. But she was wheelchair-bound by July 8. Tom Warwick says their children understand that “mommy isn’t doing well.” He said their oldest son knows that “mommy’s not getting any better. He knows that people do die and we’ll miss them when they go to heaven.” Her parents, Rich and Bev Woodward, said it is hard for them to stay focused on daily

life. Her dad said he “thinks in tunnel vision.” “To sit and think in terms of loss is very hard,” said Bev Woodward. Her aunt, Cindy Sheff, said losing a loved one is the most painful thing that can happen. “It’s a loss that I can’t even imagine,” said Sheff, crying. “It just rips your heart out and it just sucks.” But the family is thankful that Krystal Warwick’s church community has “swept in” to help with cooking meals, watching the children and offering support. Her family also thanks the women from her sorority at Washington State University, Alpha Chi Omega, for offering support, as well as the Bothell Fire Department, who responded to their home on Aug. 8 twice after Krystal Warwick fell. So far, the Warwick family has reached nearly $5,800 of their $20,000 goal. They are asking for the community’s help through donations, meal preparation, support – and prayers.

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couple from Pierce County has been arrested in connection with a string of burglaries that included homes in Bothell, Kenmore and Kirkland, and stretched from Mill Creek to Beaverton, Ore. While serving a warrant at a Puyallup storage facility, detectives discovered 66 bags, bins, safes and suitcases loaded with stolen property from 59 burglaries across the region. Detectives from the Sammamish Police Department played a major role in the Aug. 6 bust.

The earliest burglary was traced back to June 2012. Six of the burglaries were in Sammamish, including one July 13 that led to the eventual arrest of suspects. “A case like this highlights the quality work these detectives do every day,” said Sgt. Jessica Sullivan of the Sammamish Police Department. Many of the bags contained jewelry, silver, sports memorabilia and personal documents and photographs. One bag contained a soldier’s Purple Heart and Bronze Star military medals. At least seven firearms from the burglaries are still missing. The search warrant is the

culmination of joint investigation with Bellevue Police Department detectives that began more than two weeks ago. A male suspect was positively identified based on video surveillance from a Bellevue burglary victim’s home. Sammamish detectives recognized the suspect as the boyfriend of the female suspect who had pawned some stolen items in one of the department’s cases. The suspects, a 26-yearold male and his 26-year-old girlfriend, are Pierce County residents. “It is very satisfying to be able to return property to our victims,” Sullivan said. “There

are likely some items that we won’t recover, but helping them reach a measure of closure is rewarding. Plus, this is what we all signed up for as law enforcement officers – it’s fun catching bad guys …” Detectives are in the process of identifying and contacting the victims. They expect to file numerous additional criminal charges including residential burglary, theft and possession of stolen property against the two suspects. The male suspect is currently in custody at the King County Jail. The female was booked and released. Five of the Sammamish

burglaries occurred in August, September, October and December of 2012. Victims from a variety of other cities were also identified, including Kenmore, Woodinville, Newcastle, Maple Valley, Bellevue, Bothell, Kirkland, Redmond, Mill Creek, Tacoma, Fircrest, Olympia, Portland, Ore., Tigard, Ore., Beaverton, Ore., and unincorporated King, Snohomish and Pierce counties. The Sammamish Police Department has invited all victims to attend a private gathering Sept. 6 at the City Council Chambers to identify their property.

Bothell counselor charged with second degree rape of man A therapist has been charged with second degree rape of an 18-year-old man while caring for him at his Bothell office. Ayhan Yavuz, 48, was

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pist has been suspended by the Department of Health. He faces 78-102 months in prison if convicted. The alleged victim told police he began seeing Yavuz at the Balancing Health Clinic in Bothell for depression and anxiety in October 2012, ac-

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$1500 ENGLISH Mastiff pups! AKC giant security show dogs! Once in a lifetime opportunity for M a s t i f f l ove r s ! Wo r l d Winners are these pups fa m i l y t r a d i t i o n ! T h e greatest genes avail in English Mastiff history! Rare Aicama Zorba De L a - S u s a s t o ck . B o r n 4/27. $2500 full breeding rights 253-347-1835.

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AKC German Shepherd Puppies!! Excellent Schutzhund pedigrees. Tracking, obedience and protection. Champions Bloodlines. Social with loving playful temperaments! 5 boys & 3 girls. Shots, wor med, vet checked. Health guarantee. Puppy book inc l u d e s i n fo o n l i n e s, health & more! 2 Black B i ’s $ 1 , 2 0 0 e a c h . Black/tan/sable $900. Call Jodi 360-761-7273. AKC German Shepherd Puppies, German lines 2 Sable males, 1 black female, 1 black male. They have been socialized from the 1st day! They will have shots and be wormed and will be ready the 1st week of September. These dogs need room to move and have a job! Pictures are available for interested parties. Please email for pr ices.


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ENGLISH BULLDOG PUPS - Gorgeous Red Brindle AKC Registered Puppies. READY to find a new loving home. Socialized, Healthy, Shots & wormed, Potty & Crate trained. CHAMPION BLOODLINES $2,500. Call Kristy Comstock @ 425-220-0015 Litter Announcement AKC Registered German W i r e h a i r Po i n t e r s. Welped July 16th. Bold wa t e r fo u l r e t r i eve r s, stylish upland pointers. 40 AKC champions in 5 generations. Taking deposits on 3 males and 3 females. Accept Credit Cards. Call George 360-981-3828, ggarten

G o l d e n D o o d l e P u p s. MINIATURE $ 6 0 0 E x c e l l e n t bl o o d Australian Shepherd line. Taking orders for AKC Golden Retriever Puppies. Males and females, $650-$750. pups. 360-652-7148

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