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Justin Linn died Aug. 30 after being shot by deputies Aug. 22 in downtown Buckley WEBSITE | Check the website for breaking news and weather updates.

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The Band Played On

Kyle Krysko, plays trombone in the White River marching bands during the parade in Buckley prior to the Battle of the Bridge game Friday. The game between the Enumclaw and White River football teams was won by Enumclaw. Photo by Kevin Hanson Check the website for a slideshow,

Informational town hall meetings on fire levy set By Kevin Hanson Senior Writer

The voting public has six upcoming opportunities to quiz local fire officials about the “lid lift” measure that will appear on November’s general election ballot. If approved, the proposal would give fire commissioners the authority to increase tax collections on all property in the district. According

to Fire Chief Joe Clow, the district now collects at a rate of almost $1.20 per $1,000 of assessed property value. November’s ballot item would allow collections up to $1.50 per $1,000. The first of three town hall meetings is slated for Tuesday at district headquarters, 1330 Wells St. in Enumclaw. A second meeting is planned for Oct. 1 at the district’s

Justin Linn, 28, who was shot Aug. 22 in Buckley by a Pierce County Sheriff’s deputy, died Aug. 30 at Tacoma General Hospital, according to the Pierce County Medical Examiner’s Office. According to the examiner’s office the cause of death was a gunshot wound to the neck. Linn was shot near the West Main Motel in Buckley when he refused to stop when ordered by a deputy, according to sheriff’s spokesman Ed Troyer. The sheriff ’s department reported Linn had arrived in Buckley Aug. 21 on a stolen Suzuki motorcycle and stayed the night at the West Main Motel. Linn is alleged to have stated he was in Buckley to kill an adult child and the parents who were aware of home inva-

Cumberland station, 35420 VezaieCumberland Rd. The final town hall session is set for Oct. 8, again at district headquarters. All three begin at 7 p.m. In addition, information will be available during regular meetings of the district’s fire commissioners. Those sessions will begin at 10 a.m. Oct. 7 and Nov. 4 at the Wells Street building. The city of Enumclaw and Fire District 28 have a long, shared history that dramatically shifted on Jan. 1, 2011, when – through an annexation process – the decisionmaking authority transferred from the city to the district. Property

See DIES, Page 3 owners within the fire district boundaries, including those within the city limits, share the cost of fire protection and emergency medical services. A recent press release issued by the fire district admits that the transition has sometimes been difficult. “The Board of Commissioners recognizes and understands that, at times, decisions may not have been popular and possibly misunderstood,” the release states. The department also used the press release to detail how it has, among other things:

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POLICE BLOTTER HOSTAGE REPORTED: The King County Sheriff’s Office told city police Sept. 5 a woman had reported a hostage situation occurring at a Lafromboise Street address. While officers were heading to the home, the woman arrived at the police station. A report was taken and a felony warrant was issued for the suspect. The suspect was taken into custody a few hours later and booked for assault/domestic violence. ASSAULT CHARGED: Police were told the afternoon of Sept. 5 of a severely intoxicated man in the vicinity of Railroad Street and Griffin Avenue. A second call to police came from a domestic assault victim and it was confirmed the intoxicated man had been involved in the assault. He was taken into custody, medical aid was called due to a possible arm injury and the man was taken to St. Elizabeth Hospital for treatment. POLICE INVOLVED: A two-car auto accident the afternoon of Sept. 5 involved a police vehicle. There were no injuries stemming from the collision at Griffin Avenue and Wells Street. The Washington State Patrol assisted with an investigation. INMATE TROUBLE: Police called for medical assistance the evening of Sept. 5 when dealing with a combative man in a holding cell at the police station. The suspect had sustained a laceration to his wrist. He had been placed in a restraint chair equipped with “spit hoods” for officer safety. SUSPECT ARRESTED: During a traffic stop the afternoon of Sept. 4 police found a passenger in the car to be wanted on a felony warrant issued by Pierce County. The suspect was taken into custody and transported to the Pierce County jail. The driver was cited due to a suspended license. The vehicle was impounded. THURSTON ASSIST: City police were notified Sept. 4 by Thurston County authorities who were looking for a man wanted for violating a no-contact order. The suspect was thought to be driving a pickup registered to an address on Rainier Avenue in Enumclaw. Thurston County officials warned that the suspect has a history of disarming officers. A few hours after being notified, Enumclaw police took the man into custody and transported him to meet with Thurston County deputies. DOMESTIC TROUBLE: Police responded at 11:36 p.m. Sept. 4 to a Roosevelt Avenue address after hearing of a domestic dispute in progress. An officer spoke with both parties involved and arrested a woman for fourth-degree assault. MANY ISSUES: A traffic stop at 9:51 a.m. Sept. 3 resulted in a driver being arrested for operating a vehicle with a suspended license and failure to have an interlock device installed. Also, the driver was wanted on three arrest warrants issued by Grandview, Wash. The subject was taken to the police station for booking and the vehicle was impounded. CHILD MISSING: Staff from a city elementary school called police at 4:01

p.m. Sept. 3 regarding a first-grader who could not be accounted for. Prior to an officer’s arrival the issue was resolved, as it was determined the child had gotten on the wrong bus. ATTEMPTED THEFT: A Laukala Place resident told police the afternoon of Sept. 3 someone had attempted to steal a bicycle. A suspect was located, taken into custody for attempted third-degree theft and booked. MAIL THEFT: A Dickson Avenue told police the morning of Sept. 3 items had been taken from a mailbox. A report was taken, awaiting further details from the reporting party. GRAFFITI: Police were told the morning of Sept. 3 someone used a Sharpie to write on 350 to 400 bricks at a First Street location. It was not immediately known how much it would cost to clean up the damage. TWO CHARGES: Notification of a recklessly-driven vehicle, headed south out of Black Diamond on state Route 169, was given at 6:20 a.m.

was discovered Sept. 1 facing the wrong direction at the intersection of Marion Street and Initial Avenue. An officer was able to provide a temporary fix, then notified city crews for a permanent repair. INTOXICATED: A traffic stop at 1:57 a.m. Aug. 31 at Jensen Street and Battersby Avenue resulted in a motorist arrested and booked for driving under the influence. Bail was posted and the subject was released. POTTY PROBLEM: A citizen called police at 4:41 a.m. Aug. 31, reporting that gunshots had been fired in the Kibler Avenue neighborhood. An officer discovered a nearby portable toilet had been tipped over, with fireworks debris around it. No permanent damage was done. TWO CHARGES: A Porter Street resident called the police at 6:41 p.m. Aug. 30 after an unknown subject walked into the home. The suspect was arrested for trespassing and disorderly conduct. ARREST WARRANT: Police checked a Cole Street address the morning of Aug. 29 due to a reported disturbance. The search resulted in a man being arrested on an outstand-

ing warrant. ASSAULT: A large group of intoxicated subjects in a Roosevelt Avenue parking lot erupted into a fight at 1:46 a.m. Aug. 28. A man who was knocked out was treated by medical personnel at the scene, then transported to St. Elizabeth Hospital. One man was detained at the scene, but later released. The following day, police identified a suspect and were to mail him a citation for fourth-degree assault.


DRUG CHARGES: A Buckley officer contacted a man Aug. 3 at a residence on Hinkleman Extension regarding two unconfirmed misdemeanor warrants. He was detained while the warrants were confirmed. Officers then searched the man and discovered he was in possession of both drug paraphernalia and a plastic bag containing a white, crystal substance. He was taken into custody, charged and booked into the Fife jail. HEROIN SUSPECTED: Officers were dispatched shortly before noon Aug. 30 to perform a welfare check at an address on state Route 410. Then

contacted a 29-year-old Enumclaw man who was found to be in possession of what was suspected to be heroin. The man was taken into custody, evaluated and transported to an area hospital. The man also was wanted on outstanding arrest warrants and the issuing agency was notified. The case was forwarded to the Pierce County Prosecuting Attorney for review and possible charging. FENCE CRASH: Police responded the morning of Aug. 28 to a location on 112th Street East after a vehicle had been driven into a fence. The driver, a 62-year-old Buckley resident, was arrested for driving under the influence. CLIENT ASSAULT: An officer was dispatched the morning of Aug. 27 to Rainier School to take a report of an alleged client-on-client assault. NO TRANSPORT: At 11:15 Aug. 26, the Buckley Police Department was told that the Puyallup Police Department was in custody of a 19-year-old man wanted on a Buckley arrest warrant. A Buckley officer informed dispatchers he could not pick up the suspect because he was the only officer on duty at the time.





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Sept. 2. Enumclaw police, along with a State Patrol trooper, stopped the suspect vehicle at 264th Avenue Southeast. The driver was taken into custody and booked for driving under the influence and resisting arrest. The vehicle was impounded. RESIDENTIAL BURGLARY: Police took a report the afternoon of Sept. 2 regarding a residential burglary at a Mountain View Drive address. AUTO THEFT: A Myrtine Street resident reported Sept. 2 a vehicle had been stolen and also was able to provide information about a possible suspect. Renton police reported having seen the vehicle and a Renton store was able to provide video assistance. By 11 p.m. Renton police had recovered the vehicle and contacted the registered owner. TEEN TROUBLE: Three teenage girls were seen at 2:05 a.m. Sept. 1 throwing traffic cones into the roadway and knocking a mailbox off its stand. Police checked the area of Warner Avenue and 244th Avenue Southeast but could locate the juveniles. The cones and mailbox were removed from the road. TRAFFIC HAZARD: A stop sign


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Agreement signed for forest A memorandum of agreement (MOA) signed this week by King County and the city of Enumclaw outlines the cooperative makeup in working with the property owner of the White River Forest to ensure continued access and use of the forest for recreational purposes. King County purchased a conservation easement on the White River Forest in March of this year, thereby preserving the largest unprotected forestland remaining in the county, and achieving the County’s longstanding goal of protecting 200,000 acres of working forests countywide. The land is owned and managed by Hancock Timber Resources, including the right to sustainable timber harvests, which supports hundreds of forestry jobs. The recent conservation easement the County entered into with the landowners will allow the public continued access to the Forest for activities such as hiking, horseback riding and other recreational activities. The access is conditional, with Hancock having the right to limit or eliminate such access. Hancock Timber Resources currently charges a fee to access the

sion crimes he was alleged to have committed. Linn was confronted by deputies outside the motel the morning of Aug. 22. The deputies had tracked Linn to the motel and were aware of the threats. The deputies told Linn he was not going to be allowed to leave. Linn ran a short distance and was shot in a grassy parking strip. He was treated at the scene by emergency personnel and taken to Tacoma General. There is no report of Linn firing on the deputies or if he was armed. Troyer said the deputies assessed the danger Linn presented at the scene and decided to shoot when he fled. Linn was a suspect in

MEETING FROM 1 • added to the ranks of full-time, career firefighters. The additional employees help guarantee firefighter safety and allows the department to respond to multiple calls with existing staff; • reduced response times in the Cumberland area by adding living space to the Cumberland station; • taken over ambulance transport service, transporting patients quicker while also creating a source of revenue that pays for three firefighter positions.

a July 27 Spanaway home invasion where a victim was shot in the chest. In that case Linn is suspected of first-degree burglary, robbery and assault. The invasion involved two women who entered the home, followed by two masked, armed men. The four forced their way into the victim’s bedroom. During a struggle the sheriff’s department allege Linn shot the victim in the chest. He eluded police on two occasions, once on foot when deputies found a loaded firearm Linn had dropped. According to the sheriff’s department Linn had made threats to “shoot it out with law enforcement and to seriously injure witnesses and civilians.”



forest. This County and the City both agree that mutual cooperation is the foundation to preserve, enhance and improve recreational access and this agreement bolsters that cooperation. The agreement also sets up a recreational committee comprised of representatives from the County and the City to serve in an advisory role to the Enumclaw City Council and County Council regarding preservation of access to the Forest. The newly formed joint County-City committee could explore a number of potential recreational issues, including: · Grant or other funding opportunities that the County or City may be eligible for; · Improvements for access and use; · Activities and events that showcase the property’s natural attributes; · Capital projects that maintain and improve access and use; · Potential purchase of a recreation easement on the property; and · Potential reduction or elimination of access fees.

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The Patti Robinson Kaufmann First Connection Program is a peer-to-peer program that links newly diagnosed patients and their families with trained volunteers who have experienced blood cancer firsthand and can understand your experience.

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Earthquate programs offered at pair of Plateau libraries

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CenturyLink participates in a government benefit program (Lifeline) to make residential telephone service more affordable to eligible low-income individuals and families. Eligible customers are those that meet eligibility standards as defined by the FCC and state commissions. Residents who live on federally recognized Tribal Lands may qualify for additional Tribal benefits if they participate in certain additional federal eligibility programs. The Lifeline discount is available for only one telephone per household, which can be either a wireline or wireless telephone. A household is defined for the purposes of the Lifeline program as any individual or group of individuals who live together at the same address and share income and expenses. Lifeline service is not transferable, and only eligible consumers may enroll in the program. Consumers who willfully make false statements in order to obtain Lifeline telephone service can be punished by fine or imprisonment and can be barred from the program. Lifeline eligible subscribers may also reliable home High-Speed Internet to 1.5 Mbps for $9.95* per month for months of service. Further details are

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library, 123 S. River Ave. Sessions also are planned for Sumner Graham, Lakewood, Parkland/Spanaway, South Hill, Summit and Tillicum. Details for those programs are available at Those attending the earthquake programs may enter a drawing for a chance to win a copy of “Full Rip 9.0: The Next Big Earthquake in the Pacific Northwest” by Sandi Doughton. Pierce County Department of Emergency Management and Pacific Northwest Seismic Network sponsor these free events.

Northwest Safe, Rendezvous Wine & Brew, Union Bank, Dr. Harding, Enumclaw Chrysler/Jeep/Dodge, Columbia Bank, Babbitt Insurance, Fugate Ford, Mutual of Enumclaw, Sound Publishing, Darrel and Dr. Holly Dickson, Les Schwab, Dr. Jim and Nancy Merrill, Gamblin Motors, Performance Physical Therapy, The Lee, Lift Espresso, St. Elizabeth Hospital To Advertise on this page call: Martha Boston 360-802-8218, Jennifer Tribbett 360-825-2555 x2050, Dottie Bergstresser 360-802-8219


Plateau residents will learn how to live and prosper in earthquake country during free events at local libraries during September and October. Earthquake experts will share simple actions – as well as tools and products – to help plan for and respond to earthquakes. They will also discuss the underlying science and geologic processes behind Washington’s earthquakes. The program will be offered at • 2 p.m. Sept. 20 at the Bonney Lake library, 18501 90th St. E. • 4 p.m. Oct. 3 at the Buckley

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God wants more goodness, less mess, in the world


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 Saturday Night Worship 7 pm Sunday Morning Worship 9:30 am Interim Pastor: Ron Oldenkamp Assoc. Pastor: Cindy Ehlke Youth Dir.: Ben Auger 1725 Porter St., Enumclaw 360-825-3820

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A girl, Arayia Nicole Hammond, born Aug. 22, 2013, to Erin Crain and Brett Hammond of Buckley. A boy, Quin Siemion, born Aug. 29, 2013, to Natalie and Justin Siemion of Enumclaw. A boy, Alexander Leo Dudley, born Sept. 4, 2013, to Roxanne and Kenneth Dudley of Tacoma.

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we all know it. We all somehow have a capacity in us to recognize some things are good and to appreciate them, even to desire them. I wonder what role goodness has in a universe that is nothing more than the byproduct of a cosmic industrial accident…but I do not wonder what role goodness plays in a universe created by a God who is good. We may not be able to reconcile our views on God’s existence, my friend certainly and emphatically does not agree with me, but I hope and I try, for my friendship and my life to be good for him. I think God wants more goodness and less mess in this world; it would be easier to recognize him then.



of rejection. Perhaps it is just the zealous nature of proponents of theories Church of accidental origins of life and species Corner that convinces him that such intelligent people must be better informed than the Bruce Thweatt rest of us. Many people have drawn the Enumclaw same conclusion. I am convinced the universe was creCommunity Church ated by God, especially since the alternatives require so much random, chaotic coincidence to happen in such a specific order that winning the Powerball grand prize without buying a ticket would be less of a surprise. But one of the reasons I believe in God is rooted in the very concept of good and evil. Small children are often concerned with what’s fair. They know when they have been treated unfairly. They know when things are good and when they are not. Their perceptions are not infallible of course, but still people of all ages, all education levels, all experiences carry a view of some things being good, and some things being “not” good. And it is the existence of good that makes me believe God is real. The universe is good; it is full of wonder and grandeur and beauty. The earth is good; it houses us and feeds us, it has magnificent beauty and incredible productivity. Plants grow, animals reproduce, people love…and these things are good. Life is good, so good that we hold onto it under the most terrible of circumstances. Love is good, so good that people have given up their own life to save the life of another. Goodness is real, and

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There is an idea floating around the world today that sells people on the idea that they are the absolute authority on all matters of judgment about good and evil. And sometimes I even hear people say that you can’t judge or assess anyone else’s behavior or choices because their individual discernment of good and evil trumps yours. One of my oldest friends has concluded that he no longer believes in God. He is sometimes a little bit volatile about it, which suggests that something in his life connected with his concept of God has been very painful, hurtful to him. Sometimes he argues that only you have any “right” to decide what will be good or bad for yourself; no one needs some god telling you what you should do, or what you can’t do. And so he believes that each person has the moral responsibility to define good and evil for themselves. No one else should have any say in the matter. It’s a declaration of absolute independence. I wonder why he would decide the entire concept of God was superstitious and damaging to human life and happiness. Perhaps it is the ugly side of human failure to live up to our standards that pushes him into the camp

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Bound in the pages of a book

The smell of aging paper took over my senses the second I smelled the book. This is the best part of an old book; it is a wonderful smell. The worn out hardback cover had seen better days with scratches on it and the corners bent inward. The paper itself was delicate and thin, threadlike even. This soul Jenna VanHoof work has been enfor the Courier-Herald joyed by many others through different times, different homes and places, and so this is a tiny piece of history. Now, wouldn’t you like your own child or grandchild to experience this? To smell the old book, to hold it in their small hands with awe and discover a new mystery? I asked someone what they think if the next generation of children doesn’t have old novels to enjoy and their answer was this, “They will lose the appreciation that someone used to type each and every word on a type writer with real ink and bind them together. That is art and history combined.” Print books are dying off, it is a sad but true fact. There were around 280 million dollars in e-book sales while hardcover came to around 220 million in 2012, both were adult. If that was just the adult e-book section, think of

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Wednesday, September 11, 2013 •

The influence of geography Approximately 60 percent of the people who live within the city limits of Enumclaw vote Democratic while 40 percent vote Republican. Yet, if you go into unincorporated King County, the numbers are almost exactly reversed. Why is that? I ask these questions because every year when I travel to visit my friends and family in eastern Washington and Montana, I’m shocked to see how geography affects political attitudes. Have you ever looked at a map of red and blue states during presidential elections? Blue states (Democratic) consistently hug the populous West Coast and the large urban areas of the Northeast while the Red states (Republican) are consistently found in the agricultural Midwest and South. Geography plays a big part in these political divisions as it has throughout American history. From our nation’s birth there have been geographic/ political divisions. New England, home to hard, rocky soil and short growing seasons, helped to create people who were interested in business and commerce; those people represented the first American political party, the Federalists. They favored a strong central government with high tariffs on imports to protect infant American industries. The South, on the other hand, had long growing seasons, large, slow

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moving rivers, and rich, fertile soil more conducive to labor-intensive agricultural crops like tobacco and cotton. These geographic conditions encouraged the use of slaves to provide the labor. The South, eventually, along with the frontier West, became the Anti-Federalists, then Democrats, who favored farmers over commerce and trade and states’ rights over a strong central government. The post-Revolution middle states, Pennsylvania, New York and New Jersey as examples, had a combination of large rivers like the Hudson, good for commerce, and warm growing conditions and better soil for agricultural crops. They were a blending of these two polar N/S tendencies, both politically and economically. Even though the Industrial Revolution of the late 19th century changed how things were done, Democrats have always traditionally favored what has been called the “common man.” That characteristic, with some exceptions, has held

true throughout the history of the party. Today, because of the enormous demographic changes brought about by the Industrial Revolution, the “common man” (and woman) now predominantly lives in modern cities. It is where the poor are more closely concentrated and more easily seen than in the rural areas. City dwellers come to expect government services like garbage pick-up, waste treatment and water. Many city dwellers hold government jobs. Today, they also tend to work for employers and industries that have located in or near large cities to take advantage of the large labor pool. Poor immigrants also congregate in the cities to work in the factories and businesses. The high numbers of workers and poor rather than employers has made cities more Democratic. Republicans, the modern descendents of Federalists, are still prosperous business owners and now favor less government control and fewer taxes because those higher costs take away from their profits. That partly explains the 60/40 split I described in the first paragraph. Each side appeals to issues that interest people who vote for them. Thus we see, and can predict with reasonable accuracy, how certain areas and regions will vote. Geography does influence politics.

Local film portrays the past Many are familiar with Gary LaTurner’s art work – those rather abstract canvases of seasonal naturescapes – but did you know he’s also the director of cultural programs for the city? As such, he’s had considerable influence on our town’s centennial celebration this year. One of the projects that perked in his psyche was a movie about Enumclaw and some of the founding entrepreneurs and egocentric characters from our past. He discussed his idea with Staci Bernstein, director of Hero Labs in Seattle, and she was quite receptive. As with any such artistic proposal, they needed financial backing, so they argued their case before the appropriate bureaucratic agencies and obtained a “Historic Site-Specific” grant from King County’s 4culture. Filming was completed a couple of weeks ago. The end product will be a docudrama with old photographs of buildings, landscapes and pioneers. Actors and actresses portray actual people from the past in short, little vignettes. Many of the extras and minor parts used local, amateur actors, but the starring roles

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employed professional, established thespians, who may not be local but at least they’re all from Washington state. Many of the film’s central characters have, through the years, been subjects in these wayward columns. For instance, an actor portrays Sheriff Tom Smith who tried, as best he could, to maintain some semblance of law and order during Prohibition – when the Austrian bootleggers in Krain were at “war” with the Italians in Ravensdale – and whose stern, unflinching eyes continued to slap drunks back to sobriety and tame obnoxious farm boys throughout the 1930s and ‘40s. Then there was Frank Wetzel, founder of the Sales Pavilion and an important member of the local gambling cartel that was composed of several

respectable, high-finance entrepreneurs. And let’s not forget Violet “Vi” Cass, a high school science teacher in the 1940s and ‘50s who was very active as a community organizer, especially for the town’s first hospital and the Enumclaw Girls’ Club. How about “Johnny” Eaton, the legendary woman logger, and George Bruhn, who seemed to be active in every fraternity and innovative business that came down the pike? Staci and Gary wish to extend their heartfelt thanks to Rachel Poling, who served as local producer, make-up artist, hair stylish and locale manager. Nothing would have happened without her long hours of unselfish commitment. Gary has final artistic control over the project. If there’s something he doesn’t like, Hero Labs will probably change it. Dependent upon the grant money, the film should be completed in early 2014. Will it win a prize at the 2014 Cannes Festival? I’ll go way out on the limb and fearlessly predict it won’t even get a “honorable mention.” But the DVD might be quite popular with local history buffs.

Wednesday, September 11, 2013 • The Enumclaw Courier-Herald • Page 7

King County news • Drive Sober results Results of the Drive Sober or Get Pulled Over campaign in King County announced The results are in from the recent Drive Sober or Get Pulled Over DUI enforcement campaign conducted from Aug. 16 through Sept. 2. In King County, preliminary numbers show that 292 motorists were stopped and arrested for driving under the influence of alcohol or drugs, and statewide, law enforcement officers arrested 1,420 drivers for DUI. Last year in King County during the same time period, officers on routine and extra patrols arrested 374 people for DUI. In King County, the Auburn, Bellevue, Black Diamond, Burien, Clyde Hill, Covington, Des Moines, Duvall, Enumclaw, Federal Way, Issaquah, Kent, Kirkland, Maple Valley, Mercer Island, Newcastle, North Bend, Port of Seattle, Redmond, Renton, Sammamish, Seatac, Seattle, Snoqualmie, Tukwila and Woodinville Police Departments and the Washington State Patrol participated in the extra DUI patrols, with the support of the King County Target Zero Task Force. The extra patrols were funded by a grant from the Washington Traffic Safety Commission. These patrols are important because August is one of the deadliest months on Washington’s roadways,

including all causes of traffic fatalities. These and all extra patrols are part of Target Zero—striving to end traffic deaths and serious injuries in Washington by 2030. For more information, visit www.targetzero. com. Additional information on the Washington Traffic Safety Commission can be found on the website, • Heart Attack survival Heart attack survival rate continues to climb in King County The survival rate from cardiac arrest in King County has reached an alltime high of 57 percent, according to a new report released today by King County Executive Dow Constantine. Most other parts of the nation have survival rates that hover around 10 percent. The Emergency Medical Services (EMS)/Medic One 2013 Annual Report highlights this achievement and other activities that place this EMS/Medic One system among the world’s best. The Executive has sent the report to the Metropolitan King County Council. In 2012, the EMS system in King County responded to 172,700 calls to 911, including 48,010 for Advanced Life Support, the most serious or lifethreatening injuries and illnesses.

OBITUARY BETTY THIELE Enumclaw resident Betty Jean Thiele, 89, died Sept. 7, 2013. She was born Aug. 13, 1924, in Crofton, Neb., moved to South Dakota as a child and graduated from Rapid City High School in 1943. After graduation, she moved west and went to work at the Hanford Nuclear Reservation. This is where she met her future husband Elmer. They married March 7, 1945, in Seattle. After

having their first three daughters while living in Salem, Ore., they moved to the Black Diamond/ Enumclaw area and had three sons. They were small-business owners and owned the 24 Flavors Diner. She retired from the Covington Pharmacy after more than 20 years of employment. Betty wrote all of the birthday cards for the residents at the Enumclaw Nursing Home, was an was an avid reader and gardener who

VANHOOF FROM 6 how much more money they are making. Teen fiction is even more popular because this is the generation of technology. Print publications are dropping off the planet and readers should be worried. The magical property about print books is you can share them with friends and family, you don’t have to charge them, you can feel the texture of the cover and paper, and you always know you can relive the enchanting tale. That novel will be forever yours, sitting on your shelf and maybe one day be passed down to your kids and get that enjoyable old book aroma. I asked a friend about what the best thing about a paperback or hardback is and she told me, “for me holding the book makes it more realistic, like I can emerge myself in the book and see the characters in the actual scene.” My take as a writer is that I can become absorbed in the book while holding it and I don’t have to worry about a dying battery. The

loved to spend Thiele in 1986 and time with family son Randy Thiele and friends. in 1972. She is survived A funeral serby sons Ric Thiele vice will take place of Enumclaw at 11 a.m. Friday, and Ron Thiele Sept. 13, at the and wife Jill of Weeks’ Funeral Betty Thiele Sammamish, Home in Buckley, Wash.; daughters Lila with the Rev. George Dakin Wheatley and husband officiating. Burial will be at Don of Renton, Wash., Buckley City Cemetery. Linda Cameron and husMemorials are suggestband Duane of Buckley, ed to the American Heart and LaDonna Wilson and Association, 710 2nd Ave., husband Donn of East Wenatchee, Wash.; 10 No. 900, Seattle, 98104, or grandchildren, 12 great- Franciscan Hospice, P.O. grandchildren and two Box 1502, Tacoma, 984019836. great-great-grandchildren. She was preceded in death by her husband Elmer

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this same question and she said, “I’ve gotten a few of my books signed by the author and you can’t do that with e-books!” I agree completely. A digital signature isn’t the same as a real signature in a book and what about first edition copies? Those can’t be sold through digital format. “The experience of the smells texture and even older stories that may never hit e-books...just the whole sense the book has to offer,” replied another person. Another question asked the seven people I talked to is if they preferred ebooks, print books or both. Five preferred print, one e-book, and one both – 71 percent preferred print books. This was only out of seven people

though and the sales in ebooks have gone through the roof. I asked people between the ages 16 to 36 and the two 16-year-olds voted print. A friend told me when talking about her favorite part of print books, “We can all click a button, but to physically turn the page is to become a part of the book.” Print books are magnificent parts of history and wonderful pieces of art. It takes someone who can weave words together, empty their souls (maybe even without showing what’s wrong) and turning characters into lovable and unforgettable roles that will be in the minds of people for years to come, all bound in the pages of a book.


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emotions of the characters are the next thing that get me and holding the publication, like the quote above, you can see the characters in the scene. When a writer is good enough they can make you feel so emotionally attached, you are right there with them. I asked another friend if they liked print books or ebooks and they explained this: “Print books. I haven’t read many e-book but print is easier on my eyes and I like to actually hold the real thing if that makes sense. Like flipping through the actual story, I guess flipping through the pages of a book because you’re excited about what is next in the adventure of the book you’re reading. You’re physically turning it instead of virtually.” What would the youth be missing if they didn’t have print books? They would miss the turning of the pages, like said in the above quote, or holding the book even. The smoothness of the cover or even that “new book smell” won’t be enjoyed anymore by someone who has never experienced this. I asked one of my friends




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Fall sports ready to roll at Enumclaw High VOLLEYBALL The Enumclaw High Hornet volleyball team opens the season with talent and youth – a good combination. Coach Jackie Carel is beginning her 26th year working with the program. Last year she led the team to a South Puget Sound League 3A championship with an 8-2 record, 12-6 overall. The Hornets said goodbye to seven seniors from last year’s squad. Carel said this year’s team is, “young with plenty of talent. We need time to gel and mature.” The team features two seniors including Olivia Bannerot, a state gymnastic champion. Bannerot was voted first-team libero last year. Carel said Bannerot is back and “strong as ever.” Also returning for the Hornets is sophomore Barbie Becker. Carel has high expectations for Becker. The coach said the team

has, “big shoes to fill and I am hopeful that the girls will rise to the occasion.” GOLF - BOYS AND GIRLS The Enumclaw High boys and girls golf teams are back on the greens looking for another successful season. Last season the boys were 8-2, earning the South Puget Sound League 3A title and the girls were undefeated league champs at 10-0. The girls finished the season third in state with a team score of 57. Boys coach Bob Kilmer has been coaching gold for 19 years, and girls coach Steve Murphy has assisted for seven years. This is his first year as the head coach of the girls. The success of the coaching staff is evident in the numbers. Since 2007 the boys and girls teams have won 10 state trophies. The team captains for the boys team are seniors Kolton Tinney and Ian Runland. Maddie Pillo and Kadyn Eldridge are the captains for the girls teams. Both are

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Junior Hornets earn sweep The Enumclaw Junior Hornets football teams traveled to Wilson High School Saturday to play their third game of the season. On a picturesque summer day, the fourth- through eighthgrade teams pulled off a rare five-game sweep on the road in Tacoma against the Norwest Rams. HOME


In the debut of a newly created division for secondand third-grade peewees, the youngest Junior Hornets traveled to Franklin Pierce to take on the Parkland Raiders. Henry Crawford scored the Hornets’ lone touchdown on a sweep to the right side. There were also touchdown

saving tackles by Beau Ward and Zeke Salgado. Overall, it was a stout defensive battle that ended up tied 6-6. The fourth grade Junior Hornets set the tone for the day at Wilson High School, blasting the Rams 32-6. The Hornets’ defense held the Rams to negative total yards, forcing four turn-

overs, including an interception by Dylan Salter. On the offensive side of the ball, quarterback Joe Cleveland ran for two TDs, complemented by a great effort by the offensive line. In the fifth-grade game, the Junior Hornets won 30-16 and had four touchdowns. Quarterback Charlie



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Dion contributed multiple key plays for the Hornets’ defense to seal the deal 12-6. “Unleash the swarm” was the mantra for the eighthgrade team as they came out seeking revenge from a tough loss versus the Rams last season. Running back Mason Fend scored on the Hornets’ first possession to put them up 6-0 early in the game. Michael Pedreira caught a rollout pass from QB Matt Funkhouser and broke two tackles on his way down the sideline 60 yards for the second touchdown of the game. Fullback Kione Gill carried the rock multiple times during a third quarter drive and ultimately plowed into the end zone to go ahead to push the Hornets’ lead to 20-6. Linebacker Jake Gehri had a clutch interception in the fourth quarter which led to Holden Bergquist’s 5-yard touchdown run. Tanner Chase added 2 extra points, aiding in a final score and victory of 27-13. – Reported by Scott Eilertson






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EHS wins Battle of the Bridge Enumclaw victorious in Hornet-Hornet battle, wins 23-6 at Sheets Field By Kevin Hanson Senior Writer

The Enumclaw High Hornets scored a pair of first-half touchdowns, survived a slight scare in the late going and tacked on a last-minute TD to claim a 23-6 victory in the Battle of the Bridge. The again-annual, nonleague tussle against neighboring White River High was played Friday night on the natural grass surface of historic Sheets Field in downtown Buckley. Enumclaw first hit the scoreboard with 5:27 remaining in the opening quarter when Mauricio Portillo slashed into the end zone from six yards out. EHS had landed in easy scoring position after Trey Rodarte took a short pass from quarterback Peter Norby and turned it into a big gain. It was 7-0 in Enumclaw’s favor after Garrett Berquist tacked on the extrapoint kick. With four minutes remaining in the first half, Norby and Rodarte teamed up on a pretty pass play that covered 55 yards and accounted for EHS’s second touchdown of the night. Two additional points went

Enumclaw quarterback Peter Norby inflicted damage Friday night with both his arm and legs. Here, he picks up yardage before he’s wrapped up by White River linebacker Cyruss Stensen. Photo by Dennis Box Enumclaw’s way in the fourth frame when a White River punt attempt went awry. A high snap resulted in a safety and a 16-0 EHS lead. White River made things a bit interesting when Sean Hayes completed three straight passes, the final one resulting in a short touchdown strike to Dustin France with 7:04 on the

game clock. Looking to cut the lead to a manageable eight points, White River attempted a two-point conversion, which failed. Enumclaw’s final TD came when Norby zipped around the right side with 45 seconds remaining to be played. Garrett Berquist added the PAT to account for the final score.

Seahawks honor Hornets’ Stinson The Seattle Seahawks, CenturyLink Inc. and Q13 FOX announced Maddie Stinson of White River High School as the week 1 CenturyLink High School Athlete of the Week. She will be recognized at CenturyLink Field during the Sept. 15 game against the San Francisco 49ers. Stinson, a junior at White River, was selected Athlete of the Week based on her dedication to academics, community involvement, leadership and athletic performance. She holds a 3.98 grade-point average, is a National Honor Society member and has taken a number of honors and Advanced Placement classes and is enrolled at Pierce College as a Running Start student this fall. She is a year-round Academic Award winner in cross country, track and field and cheerleading. She competed on the district level of track and field for two consecutive years, in addition to competing at the district level for cross country, and at the state competition for cheerleading. She is an active member of several programs in the community – the Prevention Team and Rachel’s Challenge as well as Connections – in addition to participating in fundraising and volunteering at an elementary school track program. As the CenturyLink High School Athlete of the Week, Stinson will also be recognized at her school in front of her family, peers and teachers. She also will receive a $1,000 grant from CenturyLink and the Seahawks for her school’s Associated Student Body fund, in addition to sideline passes to Sunday’s Seahawks game and a customized 2013 Seahawks jersey.

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Counting the advantages of a mossy invasion the velvet-like lawn. Some felt it even rivaled some of the finest formal gardens of England. “However, in the summer when the weather became drier,” she said, “the moss took on a different luster. That caused people to stop by and ask how we created the unusual blotchy, deadlike, orange-rust appearance when everyone else’s lawns were nice and green.” All these things caused the family to ponder what it should do. First, they listed all the advantages they could think of for growing a moss lawn. 1. Low maintenance -- no watering, fertilizing or application of moss killers. 2. Enjoy the comments of passing strangers on the unique appearance of the lawn at unusual times of the year. 3. No need to worry about

invading buttercups, clovers or dandelions because their bright yellow and purple blossoms proved to be attractive contrasts to the lush green hues of the moss. 4. When mowing, the moss clippings could be gathered in a moss catcher and fed to the family rabbits. 5. The cushiness of the moss created an unusual but pleasant spring in one’s steps when walking across the lawn. However, they also recognized that moss lawns were not without their drawbacks. Bob noted two important ones. First, they had to learn new clichés like, “The moss is always greener on the other side of the fence.” Second, they experienced serious difficulties when shopping for “keep off the moss” signs. Finally, Diane reported

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White River fall athletes are ready to shine By Kevin Hanson Senior Writer

BOYS TENNIS After leading the Hornet program to new heights a season ago, veteran coach Jeff Hinkle is looking for even better things from this year’s experienced group. In 2012, White River had two singles players and one doubles team advance to district play. Hinkle said it was the first time in recent memory the Hornets have enjoyed postseason play. Heading into this season, Hinkle is looking at an all-

senior varsity roster. Drew Maras is back for a third season at No. 1 singles and David Connelly has moved from the doubles ranks to claim the No. 2 singles slot. In doubles, Travis Meyers and Alex Anastasi head into the season as the No. 1 entry, having played at No. 2 last year. New to the second doubles slot are Hunter Bruckbauer and Dane Barber, up from No. 3 last year. Taking the third doubles position are Brandon Garvin and Orion Rossich, who played junior

varsity tennis in 2012. The team opened the season with a road match Monday at Franklin Pierce and a home contest Tuesday against Enumclaw. GIRLS GOLF It’s rebuilding time for

coach Todd Miller, who has just six girls turning out for the White River program. Making things even more dicey is the fact that only three have played significant rounds of golf. Heading the program are the sophomore trio of Maci

Goethals, Jordan Fray and Sydnee Scott. Last year, as freshmen, each advanced to the district qualifying round, falling short of a state tourney experience. Gone from the program due to graduation are Caitlyn Miller and Sutton

Mills, who represented White River at state last year. The good news, the coach point out, is that the newcomers are good athletes and are picking up the

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MARY SHORT Mary Suzanne (Shepard) Short died Aug. 23, 2013, in Federal Way, Wash. She was born Sept. 1, 1943, in Seattle. She graduated from Evergreen High School and attended Central Washington University. She married Lance Eugene Short on Feb. 22, 1963. They had three children and lived in Enumclaw for the last 38 years. She was employed at Mutual of Enumclaw for 20 years and retired in 2008. She enjoyed the outdoors, loved to travel and enjoyed tending to her garden and cleaning her home. She was a member of Hope Lutheran Church for 35 years and enjoyed volunteering in any way she could. She is survived by her husband of 49 years, Lance Short; daughters Wendy Van Kooten and Sara Posey; son Lance Robert Short; five grandchildren and two greatgrandchildren. Services took place Sept. 7 at Hope

NELS PEDERSEN Nels Pedersen died Feb. 22, 2013, in Phoenix, Ariz. He was born Oct. 3, 1929, in Puyallup to Nels and Lily Pedersen. He graduated in 1947 from Enumclaw High School, where he played basketball, football and baseball and served as student body president. He had attended all of the class reunions. He served four year in the U.S. Navy aboard the USS Rogers as a radio operator. He enrolled in Oregon State University in 1952, graduated in 1956 and went on to a 35-year career with Bechtel Power, retiring in 1991. Following retirement, he pursued his hobbies of golfing and woodworking. He is survived by his wife of 56 years, Sudie; sons Lynden and Layne; five grandchildren and four great-grandchildren. He was preceded in death by sister Valera Smoke.

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2013-0389, 0394 N OT I C E I S H E R E B Y GIVEN that the Hearing Examiner for the King County Council will meet in the Ginger Room on the 12th floor of the King County Courthouse, 516 Third Avenue, Seattle, Washington, on Wednesday, September 25, 2013, at the time listed, or as soon thereafter as possible, to consider applications for classification and real property assessment under Current Use Assessment Statute RCW 84.34, all listed hereafter;

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1:30 p.m. or as soon thereafter as possible. 2013-0389 - E13CT006 – Carlie Ostrem and Philip Johnson for property located at 3 8 9 0 9 2 3 6 t h Ave n u e S E , E n u m c l a w, WA 9 8 0 2 2 ; S T R : N W- 0 3 - 2 0 - 0 6 ; S I Z E : 9.33 acres; REQUEST: Public Benefit Rating S y s t e m ; Ta x # 032006-9060. 2013-0394 - E13CT011 – C h a r l o t t e C o c o fo r proper ty located adjacent to and west of 41409 292nd Way SE, Enumclaw, WA 98022; S T R : N W- 0 7 - 2 0 - 0 7 ; SIZE: 38.00 acres; REQUEST: Public Benefit R a t i n g S y s t e m ; Ta x #072007-9020. D e t a i l s a r e ava i l a bl e from the King County Depar tment of Natural Resources and Parks, Rural and Regional Services Section, 201 South Jackson Street, Suite 600, Seattle, WA 98104; Phone (206) 296-8351. Dated at Seattle, Washington, This 11th Day of September 2013. Anne Noris Clerk of the Council Metropolitan King County Council King County, Washington # 509558 9/11/13 CITY OF ENUMCLAW PUBLIC HEARING NOTICE A Public Hearing of the Enumclaw Planning Commission has been scheduled for Thursday, September 26, 2013 during the regular scheduled meeting beginning at 7:00 p.m. in the Enumclaw Council Chambers at City Hall,

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the claim is forever barred, except as otherwise provided in RCW 11.40.051 and 11.40.060. This bar is effective as to claims against both the decedent’s probate and nonprobate assets. Date of Filing Copy of Notice to Creditors: August 23, 2013. Date of First Publication: August 28, 2013. FA R R L AW G R O U P, PLLC B y : M e g a n S. Fa r r, WSBA #34583 P.O. Box 890 Enumclaw, WA 98022 Attorneys for Executrix/ Personal Representative /s/ Carolyn J. Dixon Executrix/Personal Representative

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CITY OF ENUMCLAW PUBLIC HEARING NOTICE A Public Hearing of the Enumclaw City Council on Monday, September 23, 2013 during the regular scheduled meeting beginning at 7:30 p.m. in the Enumclaw Council Chambers at City Hall, 1 3 3 9 G r i f f i n Ave n u e. The Public Hearing is for amendments to Enumc l aw M u n i c i p a l C o d e Chapters 15.04, 18.05 through 18.38 and 19.32.030 related to the permitted and conditional uses in each zoning district. The proposed amendments will simplify and standardize permitted and conditional uses, add new uses and delete obsolete uses. Changes are proposed as to which uses are permitted and which uses are conditional in each zone. For fur ther information, please contact Erika Shook, Com-

SUPERIOR COURT OF WASHINGTON FOR KING COUNTY The Estate of DENNIS RICHARD DIXON Deceased. Case No. 13-4-10300-9 KNT PROBATE NOTICE TO CREDITORS (RCW 11.40.030) C A R O LY N J . D I X O N has been appointed as Executrix/ Personal Representative of this estate. Any person having a claim against the decedent that arose before t h e d e c e d e n t ’s d e a t h must, before the time the claim would be barred by any otherwise applicable statute of limitations, present the claim in the manner as provided in RCW 11.40.070 by serving on or mailing to the Personal Representative or the Personal Representative’s attorney at the address stated below a copy of the claim and filing the original of the claim with the Court in which the probate proceedings were commenced. The claim must be presented within the later of: (1) Thirty days after the Personal Representative served or mailed the notice to the creditor as provided u n d e r R C W 11.40.020(1) (c); or (2) four months after the date of first publication o f t h e n o t i c e. I f t h e claim is not presented within this time frame,

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CHIHUAHUAS, Puppies $350 and up. Adult Adoptions also. Reputabl e O r e g o n Ke n n e l . Unique colors, Long and Shor t Haired. Health Guaranteed. UTD Vaccinations/ wormings, litterbox trained, socialized. Video, pictures, information/ virtual tour: References happily supplied! Easy I-5 access. Drain, Oregon. Vic and Mary Kasser, 541-4595951 PUGHUAHUA PUPP I E S. 5 , a l l bl a ck . 8 weeks old. Dad is Pug, mom is Chihuahua. Both parents on site. Asking $ 2 0 0 O B O. 3 6 0 - 8 8 8 6561 Farm Animals & Livestock

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Garden math: it’s time to multiply and divide You can get more gardening tips by of plastic is draped over the hoops so The watching Marianne Binetti’s cooking/garit does not touch the plants and still dening show “Dig In Seattle” that airs at allows air circulation. You can also Compleat 7:30 a.m. Sundays on channel 10 (JOE TV) purchase hoop houses or cold frames Home or watch anytime at at garden and home stores now. Fall Gardener The TV show will end this month for the is for planting, so dig in. We have a large apple tree winter, but return in February with more Marianne Binetti and there is no way we can garden and cooking ideas. Columnist eat all the apples. Many end up falling The second week of September is to the ground and attracting wasps. I a good time for some garden math. think we need to clean them up or they Divide and then multiply your perennials now for maximum return on your energy investment. will spread disease. My husband says the fallen fruit adds Iris, daylilies, phlox, hosta, brunnera and other summer nutrients and organic matter to the soil. Who is correct? bloomers can be dug from the ground and split apart P., email You both have a point, but you’re missing an with a shovel or ax. Some perennials like the shade-loving opportunity. Extra fruit and garden produce can astilbe can be broken apart with your hands, replanting the young side shoots and discarding any inner or middle be donated to your local food bank and apples are especially sections of the roots that look dark and damaged. The good for families that struggle to find food to fill a lunch secret to a successful transplant operation is to do the dirty box. Make an extra effort to deliver your garden produce to deed on a cloudy or wet day or at least wait until the cool a food bank clean and in good condition so you don’t create evening hours. Many plant roots have a vampire quality extra work for the food bank volunteers. You may also want and it is painful for them to be exposed to bright sunlight. to ask about “gleaning” opportunities. This is when commuIf I plant lettuce seeds in September, can I harvest nity groups volunteer to harvest crops that have already been the leaves for fresh salads all winter? I put in a picked over or to collect fruit from homeowners like you that first garden this past spring and had good luck with beans, can no longer eat or collect the fruit themselves. I have heard you speak about using sedum tomatoes, cabbage and cucumbers. I followed your advice Autumn Joy for long-lasting color in gardens like and built a raised bed and filled it with a mix of topsoil and compost. Now I want to keep growing! T.R., Puyallup mine with poor soil – but at the nursery I also see sedum Yes - just grow for it. You can plant the seeds of Brilliant with deep rose blooms and one with bright pink lettuce, Swiss Chard, cabbage and onions now flowers called Neon. Are these just as tough as the sedum and if you protect the seedlings from the coming cold you recommend? They are much more colorful, but I am with a cold frame or hoop house you can be eating from a very laid back gardener and don’t want to kill any more your garden and enjoying your salad days almost year- plants. N.M., Olympia I think you should load up a cart with any sedum round. A hoop house is a removable structure made that catches your eye and find out what survives from “hoops” – usually bent plastic PVC pipes attached to the side of a raised bed using brackets. Then a sheet for you. Consider any plant that doesn’t survive a compost-


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NEW ON THE BUSINESS SCENE Coffee Vault now delivering caffeine and much more The Coffee Vault, sitting at the highly-visible intersection of Cole Street and state Route 410, is the newest entry on Enumclaw’s espresso scene. The two-sided stand made its debut in July under the ownership of Eric Emry and Tony Binion. Kelsey Fields is the shop manager. The Coffee Vault offers espresso drinks using Dillano’s new roast, along with fruit smoothies, milk-

shakes and Italian sodas. As an added item, there’s a good selection of breakfast items. The stand is open every day: 4 a.m. to 8 p.m. Monday through Friday, 5

My Three Sons open for business on Cole Street It’s indeed a family affair at one of Enumclaw’s newest restaurants. My Three Sons opened its doors this summer, bringing a homemade touch to a space that has housed a variety of eateries.

a.m. to 7 p.m. Saturday and 6 a.m. to 6 p.m. Sunday. The attractive building, standing in the middle of a parking lot, was built by co-owner Eric Emry and his father Glenn Emry.

Owned by Teresa and Jon Byrne and managed by Chris Byrne, it is found at 1343 Cole St. The staff whips up a variety of items for breakfast and lunch with nearly everything made from scratch, including soups, sauces


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Mariachi Alegre chooses Buckley for third restaurant A third Mariachi Alegre Mexican Restaurant and Cantina opened its doors for business Aug. 26 in Buckley. Ruben Rodriguez and Jose Rodriguez debuted their first family-owned, family-friendly restaurant 10 years ago in Federal Way. That venue has closed, but they have since opened restaurants in Yelm, Rochester and now Buckley. The local Mariachi is at 29401 State Route 410, a highly-visible highway location. Operating hours are 11 a.m. to 9:30 p.m. Monday through Thursday; 11 a.m. to midnight Friday; and 7 a.m. to 9:30 p.m. Saturday and Sunday. The restaurant can be reached at 360-761-7329 and information is available at Aside from the traditional menu offerings – burritos, enchiladas, seafood, fajitas, carne asada and chicken dishes – the owners have mounted multiple televisions in the bar area for sports viewing and hope to install a fresh tortilla machine in the lobby. Additionally, their goal is to book mariachi bands to play on special occasions.

Heavenly Hands is open for business at Buckley center Courtney Forthuber decided to open her own business, Heavenly Hands, while doing the 24-day challenge and working out at Doxsa in Buckley. While helping a friend stretch, someone else pointed out Forthuber seemed to know what she was doing. In fact, she did, having recently graduated from Cortiva Institute. “There isn’t anything like being able to bring people back to feeling what is

considered their normal feeling,” Forthuber said, noting that she is trained in deep tissue, Swedish, trigger points and pregnancy massage. She stresses that health, fitness and well being are the three key ingredients to living a long, healthy life.

Courtney Forthuber

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will be playing their home matches at Enumclaw Golf Course.

gamble as you could hit the jackpot and stumble upon the perfect perennial that loves your site conditions and thrives on the care you give it. When that happens, consider it your signature or theme plant and use it again in several more locations. By repeating a specific plant in your landscape you allow the eye to move easily around the view creating a soothing scene. Just remember to loosen the soil all around the area where you add sedums and succulents to encourage good drainage. Do not fill a new planting hole for sedums with compost in the bottom. It is the winter rains that rot many plants rather than the winter cold that kills them in western Washington. What is the brilliant red shrub that I see along the interstate and even in some parking lot planting strips? It has small leaves and can be really wide but it is not a tree shape. Also, what growing conditions does it need? S.B., Kent Sounds like the Burning Bush or Euonymus alatus. This tough, flat-topped shrub has corky ridges on the branches but otherwise fades into the background until the fiery fall display of brilliant red foliage. Easy to grow in welldrained soil, the biggest planting mistake is not giving this shrub enough room. Even the ‘compacta’ or dwarf form will grow up to 10 feet wide and 6 feet tall. For the best fall performances do not give this euonymus too much to drink and make sure it grows in a sunny location. Add some low growing cotoneaster with bright red berries or plant a golden-leaved ginko or maple near the burning bush for a fire storm of intense autumn color. • • • Marianne Binetti has a degree in horticulture from Washington State University and is the author of “Easy Answers for Great Gardens” and several other books. For more gardening information, she can be reached at her Web site,

game quickly. Senior Megan Miller has played volleyball and turned out for track, junior Amanda Lance is a basketball and track standout and junior Brooklyn Isaacs spends the spring season on the fastpitch diamond. With the limited number of players, there will be no junior varsity program. The 2013 season brings a change in home-course venue for White River. With the pending closure of Sumner Meadows, the Hornets

BOYS GOLF White River High boys golf coach Jer Argo notes he has “a lot of guys fighting for varsity spots.” That’s exactly what happens when a team loses six seniors to graduation. Argo admits this is something of a rebuilding year, as opposed to a season ago when the Hornets won the league title and sent six players to the Class 2A state tournament. But that’s not to say the cupboard is entirely empty. Argo has

a trio of returning lettermen in Bryce Dahl, Hunter Ford and Drew Kaser; added to the mix is Ryan Kolisch, who lettered two years ago, skipped a season and has returned. Others with experience include Matt Walker, Tyler Estes and Kasey Kilwine. White River’s home-course situation has changed. Since Sumner Meadows will soon be closing its doors, the Hornet program will be calling Enumclaw Golf Course home. SOCCER White River High soccer coach Charlie Carlier lost nine seniors

to graduation, but returns a strong nucleus from last year’s team that fell just one victory shy of qualifying for a berth in the Class 2A state tournament. Leading the way for the Hornets are sophomore Maddie Morris, a defender who picked up all-league honors a season ago; returning starters Hampton Seppie and Salina Corcoran, both juniors, in the offensive end; defender Mack Breeden, a sophomore; and center defender Madeline Grimm, a senior who is “pretty much our anchor back there,” Carlier said.

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WR SPORTS FROM 27 Added to the mix is senior midfielder Payton Bushaw, who lost most of the 2012 season to injury. In goal will be returning varsity player Sam Kelley, a junior who didn’t see much playing time last year, backing up allleague performer Kylie Englebert. GIRLS CROSS COUNTRY The majority of last season’s varsity squad has returned for another year of competition, looking to climb in the SPSL 2A standings. Leading the way is Maddie Moser,

who qualified for the 2012 Class 2A state meet. Other key returnees include Jenna Guenthner, Brenna Liebel and Kacy Coyle. Veteran coach Dameon Marlow has 14 girls turning out. BOYS CROSS COUNTRY The Hornet boys are looking to continue an impressive run of success. The squad has won, or shared, the league title the past three seasons and has qualified the entire team the past two campaigns. Coach Dameon Marlow has 27 runners on the roster. Four of those – Taylor Moser, Justin Donnelly, Dylan Hadaway and Cody Suvegas – were part of last year’s state squad.


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RESTAURANT FROM 26 and jams. The giant cinnamon rolls are a proven hit, other breads come from the nearby Brenner’s Bakery, Thursday brings barbecue to the menu and there’s a Sunday buffet. Currently, hours are 7 a.m. to 3 p.m. every day of the week, but dinners are soon to be added. The restaurant can be reached at 360625-6088.

How? For each 5 minute test

drive taken, Fugate Ford will donate $20 to White River High School Programs*.

Help Earn Up To $6,000 WE NEED YOUR HELP! Lots of new Fords to drive! A fun time and great fundraiser!

Join us…

Saturday, September 14 9am - 5pm 29021 SR 410, Buckley

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SR 410

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