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State officials to study coal train impact on Kent BY STEVE HUNTER shunter@kentreporter.com

The state Department of Ecology (DOE) will study the impact of coal trains on Kent and other cities as part of its draft Environmental Impact Statement (EIS) to be released in 2014 or later in

connection with the proposed Gateway Pacific terminal near Bellingham to ship coal to China. As many as 18 trains per day could run through Kent if the shipping facility is built. The state DOE decided in late July it would conduct a full-scope study.

“It’s an unprecedented scope that includes the environmental impacts to air, land and water from the mines in Montana and Wyoming, through the entire shipment process including short term and long term global effects of burning coal in China and

other points in Asia,” said city of Kent transportation engineering manager Steve Mullen in an email. That includes studying Kent and other cities along the Burlington Northern Santa Fe (BNSF) railroad tracks.

“(State) Ecology will look at a wide range of issues from rail impacts; how the rail and ship traffic would affect human health, the effects of increased greenhouse gas emissions from rail and ship [ more COAL page 5 ]

City Council debates controversial North Park downtown rezone BY STEVE HUNTER shunter@kentreporter.com

Kent City Council members focused on a controversial rezone in North Park near the ShoWare Center during a Tuesday workshop discussion about a new downtown development plan. City staff updated the council about the downtown plan, but the council will not vote on the issue until November.

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King County began to take down the Alvord T. Bridge in Kent this week. Demolition of the bridge and paving of the turn-around are expected to be complete by mid-October. The bridge, originally built in 1914, spans the Green River on 78th Avenue South at the southern city limits. The bridge had low traffic volumes. It was rated as one of the most deficient bridges in the state of Washington and classified as structurally deficient and functionally obsolete. ROSS COYLE, Kent Reporter

Leaders fear hardship with fed food aid cuts BY ROBERT WHALE

The Nutrition Reform and Work Opportunity Act Congress votes on this week would cut food aid by $40 billion over 10 years, affecting up to 6 million hungry families, say alarmed community advocates and people who depend on the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program or SNAP.

Wednesday morning, people with personal knowledge of what such a loss would mean to the people they serve, came together at the Auburn Food Bank to say no. And to urge Congress, particularly U.S. Rep. Dave Reichert, R-Auburn, to say no. Among those speaking out were Auburn Food Bank Director Debbie Christian, Kent City

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The city’s Land Use and Planning Board voted 4-3 last month to keep a half block between Fourth and Fifth Avenues, south of Cloudy Street, zoned for townhouses and condos rather than changing it to commercial use. City staff had recommended a rezone to commercial as part of an overall Downtown Subarea Action Plan designed to

Councilwoman Elizabeth Albertson, members of the Washington Community Action Network, members of SNAP, and the Rev. Jimmie James, director of Holistic Opportunities for Personal Empowerment and head of the Kent Black Action Commission. SNAP – also known as Food Stamps – is an anti-poverty [ more CUTS page 11 ]

Kent Police have a homicide investigation under way after the Kent man shot Sept. 10 in the McDonald’s parking lot on the East Hill died Saturday at Harborview Medical Center in Seattle.

Gregory Harris, 22, died from a gunshot wound to the head, according to the King County Medical Examiner’s Office. “He was taken off life support (last) Friday, and passed [ more SHOOTING page 4 ]

Difficult times: Kent City Councilmember Elizabeth Albertson looks on after Christina Wong, right, public policy manager of Northwest Harvest and co-chair of the Anti-Hunger and Nutrition Coalition, spoke at a Wednesday news conference at the Auburn Food Bank. ROBERT WHALE, Auburn Reporter


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Evergreen Piecemakers Quilt Guild presents its Sara Flannery has lived in Kent since 1969 and is the featured quilt quilt show, Fall into Quiltartist at the Evergreen Piecemakers Quilt Guild’s quilt show on Saturday ing, on Saturday and Sunand Sunday at the Kent Commons. Flannery has been a member of the day at the Kent Commons, guild for nine years. COURTESY PHOTO 525 Fourth Ave. N. A Western Washington display her spectacular quilts and will be favorite, the show features approximately available to chat with attendees who stop by 200 quilts created by the talented members her booth. Known best for experimenting of Kent’s guild. with color combinations and unique quilts, The quilt show offers an opportunity to Flannery confesses she “loves designing shop till you drop, with a large variety of quilts” and her favorite quilt is usually “the vendors in a merchant mall. The vendors at one I am working on. I believe our minds the quilt show demonstrate the latest and have to be pushing our boundaries whether greatest quilting techniques and quilting we are designing quilts, gardening, or keeptools in their booths. The show also will have a gift gallery booth with one-of-a-kind ing up with technology.” A Kent resident since 1969, Flannery has quilted gifts for sale. been a member of the guild for nine years A tea room serves up treats and beverand has volunteered in many capacities for ages for a donation. the guild. Flannery’s mother and grandQuilt categories range from traditional, mother were also quilters. innovative, wall, group, first quilt, home When asked what details are most imdécor and challenge quilts. portant in her quilts, Flannery said, “Color, Attendees of the quilt show have the patterns of color, subtle gradations of color, opportunity to vote for their favorite quilts with ribbons awarded at the guild’s meeting and fabric designs.” Her attention to detail, on Monday night following the show. If you especially her quilt designs and color choices make Flannery’s quilts a visual delight. are interested in joining Evergreen PieceShow hours are 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Saturmakers, you can do so at the quilt show. day, and 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Sunday. The featured artist, Sara Flannery, will


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POLICE SEEK HELP TO IDENTIFY BANK ROBBER Kent Police hope the public can help identify a man wanted for the robbery of a Chase Bank branch in Kent. The robbery occurred at 4:26 p.m. Monday, Sept. 9, at 13207 S.E. 272nd St,, on the East Hill, according to a Kent Police media release. The suspect entered the bank, approached a teller at the counter and gave the teller a note. While no weapon was seen, the note implied that the man had a gun. The suspect was given an undisclosed amount of cash, whereupon he fled on foot. The suspect is described as a white male, 25 to 30 years old, 6 feet tall with a medium build. He was wearing a flannel shirt with a grey hooded sweatshirt underneath, black converse shoes and dark sunglasses. He was also described as possibly having light facial hair. Anyone with information about the call is asked to call the Kent Police Department tip line at 253 856-5808.

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The Kent Fire Department Regional Fire Authority (RFA) will provide fire services to the city of SeaTac starting in January. The SeaTac City Council and RFA board each recently approved a 20-year inter-local agreement contract with SeaTac paying the RFA for fire services. SeaTac will pay about $9 million per year, according to city documents. “What’s important for us is SeaTac contracted for services,” said Kent RFA Chief Jim Schneider during a phone interview. “It doesn’t cost the RFA a penny.” SeaTac has contracted with the RFA since 2011 for chief administrative, emergency management,

the RFA in 2010. Schneider fire prevention, fire invesand fire officials proposed tigation and training serthe RFA in order to levy a vices. Schneider has served property tax as well a new as the RFA and SeaTac chief fire-benefit charge. The firefor the past two years. benefit charge is a variable But in January the two rate based on the square departments will become footage and the amount of one, although fire trucks Schneider service provided to each and stations in SeaTac will house or business. Votkeep the SeaTac name. ers approved the RFA for six years, SeaTac Mayor Tony Anderson did which means officials must seek voter not return emails or voicemails for approval again in 2016. comment about the contract. Schneider said the fire departThe RFA serves about 119,000 ments needed the new funding Kent residents, 17,760 Covington mechanism simply to keep the same residents and 6,100 unincorpolevel of service. Kent previously rated King County residents who used to be part of Fire District 37. funded its fire department through the city’s general fund. SeaTac has a population of about Covington and Fire District 37 27,000. Voters in Kent, Covington and Fire used to contract services with Kent, District 37 approved the formation of similar to what SeaTac will do with

Regional Justice Center in Kent with bail set at $1 million. He pleaded not guilty in March 2011 to a first-degree murder charge after being extradited from Portland. BY STEVE HUNTER The jury trial could last six weeks, acshunter@kentreporter.com cording to court documents. Frankel, 41, a city video-program coorThe trial date has been continued again dinator, was killed May 21, 2010 inside his for the Portland man accused of Auburn home. He was discovered the 2010 stabbing death of Seth the following day by a neighbor Frankel, a city of Kent employee who was checking on his welfare, and Auburn resident. looked through a window, and saw William L. Phillip, 32, is schedthe body. uled for trial Sept. 30, according Prosecutors allege that Phillip, to the King County Prosecuting Ata former boyfriend of the woman torney’s Office. Phillip was schedFrankel dated and lived with, drove uled to go to trial Monday to face to Auburn to kill Frankel because he Frankel the first-degree murder charge. was angry that someone else was datDefense attorneys have been ing the woman. Detectives connected granted several requests from King County Phillip to the murder through a bloodSuperior Court judges to continue the stained towel found at Frankel’s house as well trial date. Phillip has waived his right to a as cellphone records that put Phillip near the speedy trial. If needed, either side could home the night of Frankel’s death. again ask the court for more time to preFrankel’s girlfriend told detectives that pare the case and request a new trial date. Phillip wanted a romantic relationship with Phillip, of Portland, remains in custody her and spoke badly about Frankel even though he had never met him. at the county jail at the Norm Maleng

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the RFA starting in January. “It’s taken a lot of work by both departments,” Schneider said. “It does not happen if we were not on the same page. It took about three years to bring this about.” SeaTac’s 44 firefighters will become part of the RFA, which has more than 200 employees, including about 170 firefighters. That means firefighters who work in SeaTac might end up working in Kent and that those now working in Kent could end up at SeaTac stations. “Nobody will really see any difference,” Schneider said about service calls. “If you call 911 and want help, whether the personnel is from Kent or SeaTac you just want help.”

Police investigate Seahawks ticket scam BY STEVE HUNTER shunter@kentreporter.com

Kent Police are investigating at least 20 cases of fake Seattle Seahawks tickets that were sold for the game last Sunday against the San Francisco 49ers at CenturyLink Field. “There are no victims in Kent but the sales have been in Kent and Renton,” said detective Melanie Frazier during a phone interview last week about how the Kent Police became involved in the case. “They meet at Kent Station or the Renton Walmart.” The game, as with every game this year at CenturyLink Field, was sold out. That has opened up a market of people reselling tickets or in this case, selling fake tickets. People responded to an advertisement on craigslist and a few fans found out before the game that the two tickets they bought were fake. A number of the fake tickets were sold Aug. 23-24.

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[4] September 20, 2013 revitalize downtown over the next 10 to 20 years. “If the vision is for 10 to 20 years why piecemeal it?” said Councilman Les Thomas, who prefers to see the area rezoned, at the workshop. He added

maybe a Burger King or similar-type business could be built on the property. Council President Dennis Higgins said the council has received numerous emails from North Park neighborhood residents opposed to the rezone of the 10 properties because

IRobert (Bob) MonzingoH Born May 12, 1956 at Coeur'Alene Idaho. Died September 7th, 2013 at Long Beach, WA after a two year battle with cancer. He is survived by his parents Max & Mary Monzingo of Long Beach, WA., sister Beverly Bracale (Jeff) of Puyallup ,WA. Bob also leaves behind 4 nieces, 2 nephews , 1 great nephew, 1 great niece and many aunts, uncles and cousins.

...obituaries Gary Marlin Carlson Gary Marlin Carlson, 78, of Enumclaw, WA died September 9, 2013. Gary was born in Edmore, North Dakota November 13, 1934. Gary was the loving husband of 57 years to Irene Carlson and devoted father to Marlin and Mitch Carlson. Gary was a 57 year resident of Washington State. He served in the Army. Gary retired in 1990 after 20 years at Northwest Aluminum Products. He was a private pilot and enjoyed flying, hunting and fishing, incorporating all three into numerous fishing and hunting trips to Alaska and British Columbia. Gary also loved going on camping trips with his family to Montana and many other great fishing destinations. He was a craftsman with the ability to build anything. Gary is survived by his wife Irene, and two son’s Marlin Carlson of Enumclaw and Mitch Carlson of Auburn; his grandchildren Courtney Carlson, Garrett Carlson, Samantha Bellah and Britney Gerrald, one great grandchild, Danika Dodd; his brothers Verlane (Lillian) Carlson, Dennis (Judy) Johnson, Gary and Dale Myrand and one sister Jackie Johnson. Gary was preceded in death by Ina Carlson, mother; Robert Myrand, father and George Johnson, step-father. A memorial service will be held 1:00 pm, Saturday, September 21, 2013 at the Danish Hall, 1708 Porter, Enumclaw. 880192

David Michael Dean David Dean, age 49, died peacefully of natural causes at his home in Auburn on September 4, 2013. David was born in Omaha, NE on April 29, 1964. His parents, Ruth and John Dean, were longtime residents of Kent, WA and preceded him in death. David graduated from Kentridge High School in 1982 and received an Associate of Arts degree from Green River Community College in 1986. In his career, David was drawn to work with engines of all kinds and he was employed at several area car dealerships’ service departments. He was a fan of University of Nebraska Cornhusker football but his favorite professional team was the Seattle Seahawks. He enjoyed outdoor activities, especially golf, hunting and fishing and spending time with his family. David is survived by sister Tracy Garrett and her husband Pat Garrett and nephews Ola Mork and Peder Mork; sister Robin Towne and her husband Roger Towne; and brother Lance Dean and his wife Jann Kuhn, nephew Jonathan Dean and his wife Jessica and grand nieces Nicole, Kaylen, Brenna and Arianna and niece LeAnne Barshay, grand niece Desiree Barshay and grand nephew Cameron Barshay, who preceded him in death. Friends and family are invited to a memorial service and celebration of David’s life to be held at St. James Episcopal Church in Kent, WA on October 6, 2013 at 2:00PM. A reception will follow at the church. The family asks that donations, in lieu of flowers, be directed to Outdoors for All, a foundation whose mission is to enrich the quality of life for children and adults with disabilities through outdoor recreation at 6344 NE 74th St. Suite 102, Seattle, WA 98115. 880521

they want to keep the area North Park rezone because residential. the area had become “a hot “It’s just 10 properties spot” with so many conbut if the neighborhood cerns raised by residents. doesn’t want it we need to The downtown plan take that into consideris scheduled to go to the ation,” Higgins said. Council’s Economic and City planner Gloria Community Development Gould-Wessen explained Committee for approval why staff recomon Oct. 14, mended a rezone of said Planning the 10 properties. Director Fred “The rationale is Satterstrom. It is Fourth Avenue is expected to go to a busy street and the full council at the Cloudy infor approval on tersection is where Nov. 19. you can go into the Staff and counHiggins ShoWare Center,” cil are updating a Gould-Wessen 2005 downtown said. “The conversations plan that already accomat the staff level were how plished goals such as the to stimulate development development of the Kent in the area.” Station shopping mall and Town Square Plaza park. Much of the focus of the new plan is to increase Big spot needed residential housing downGould-Wessen said a town and bring in more developer would need retail businesses. the potential of the larger “We need to encourage piece of land in order higher density residential to make a development development downtown,” worthwhile. Staff expects Satterstrom said to the a developer would want to council about how Kent build on the land because will handle population it’s so close the city-owned growth over the next 20 arena that is home to Seyears because single-family attle Thunderbirds hockey neighborhoods are limited games, concerts and other in how many more people activities. they can accommodate. “ShoWare is like an anchor store and developApartments to open ment could occur in the area,” Gould-Wessen said. The five-story PlatCouncilwoman Deboform Apartments under rah Ranniger asked staff construction at the corner specifically about the of Fourth Avenue North

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and West Smith Street is expected to open in the fall of 2014 with 166 units and looms as the type of development city officials hope makes downtown a destination. “The Platform Apartments is the first big step to test urban-style housing,” said Ben Wolters, city economic and community development director. As a second phase to the downtown plan, city staff plans early next year to submit other proposals to encourage economic development, including what’s known as the Meeker revitalization initiative. Staff is studying whether to give developers exemptions and waivers of certain fees in order to get them to build along Meeker Street between Second and Fourth Avenues. The city of Auburn recently granted waivers to developers to build in its downtown, Wolters said. He added staff in the winter will present a citywide economic development strategy to recruit more retail stores to Kent. “We’re losing sales tax dollars to other communities,” he said. “We need to make downtown a place where people want to live, work and play.”

Green River hosts Gator Fest on Saturday Gator Fest – Green River Community College’s festival – returns Saturday on campus, 12401 SE 320th St., Auburn. The community festival, which runs 9 a.m. to 6 p.m., includes more than 50 food, arts and crafts and commercial vendors; the “Roving Reptiles” show and exhibit; a KidZone with an inflatable playground, climbing wall and pony rides; a Gator Gait 5K Fun Run and the Bracketstars Classic Car Show. There also will be local entertainment on the Community Stage and KGRG Today’s Rock Music Stage. A dedication of the new Cedar Hall with a free pancake breakfast is on the menu. “Dog Fest” offers canine-friendly activities like “Pups on Parade”, contests, miles of trails and vendors. Local rescue organizations also will be on-site with adoptable dogs looking for homes. For more details, visit www.greenriver.edu/ campus-life/events/ gator-fest.htm.

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away over the weekend,” said Kent detective Melanie Frazier in an email. So far, the shooting has detectives puzzled. “Investigators are working on leads, however, there are no suspect(s) at this time and it is still unknown as to what provoked this incident,” Frazier said. Harris suffered the gunshot wound during an altercation at about 9:23 p.m. Sept. 10 in the McDonald’s parking lot, 10125 S.E. 256th St. Officers were dispatched to a report of four to five gunshots and found Harris outside of his vehicle, according to a Kent Police media release. The driver’s side window of the vehicle had been shot out. Emergency operators received multiple calls about the shooting. Police are asking for help to solve the case. Call 911 or contact the Kent Police Department tip line at 253-856-5808.


www.kentreporter.com [ COAL from page 1 ] traffic, and most importantly for Kent – a detailed assessment of rail transportation on representative communities in Washington,” Mullen said. City staff members have been in contact with state DOE officials in an effort to become one of the representative communities that will receive an in-depth study, Mullen said. The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers announced Sept. 6 it will limit its study to the immediate area where the new coal terminal and shipping facility will be developed at Cherry Point. Groups in favor of the proposed coal terminal were pleased to hear the Corps wouldn’t expand its study. “Business, labor and trade leaders have expressed concern over Ecology’s decision,” said Lauri Hennessey, Alliance for Northwest Jobs & Exports spokeswoman in a prepared statement. “Now the federal government has joined those ranks. Completing these projects without delay must remain a priority. Our communities and families who are desperately in need of the thousands of family wage jobs and millions in revenue this project would create should not be held hostage to bureaucracy.” Even without a wide scope of study, Mullen said the Corps review could halt the project. “The majority of their review will involve mitigation for the damages to the Lummi Indian Tribe burial grounds and fishing grounds,” he said. “The Corps has broad powers to deny permits that infringe on tribal rights. If the Lummi reject the mitigation proposals, the permit most likely will not go forward.” Whatcom County is the third agency that will conduct an environmental review.

A fully loaded coal train near Bellingham. Coal cars are unloaded at the Westshore Terminal at Point Roberts, British Columbia. COURTESY PHOTO, Paul K. Anderson

“Whatcom County will decide on permits for the terminal and any development associated with that as well as issuing shoreline permits,” Mullen said. “They will also look at the transportation impacts to local communities, especially Bellingham and Ferndale.” In Kent, city officials have several issues they want the DOE and its consultant to study. “We are concerned about the extra train traffic and its effects on congestion, safety, air quality, water quality and the degree to which the increased rail traffic and pollution will hinder eco-

nomic development within the valley,” Mullen said. The state has hired the Colorado-based consulting firm CH2M Hill to conduct the environmental review which is expected to take more than two years. The DOE, Army Corps and Whatcom County each will review the findings and make determinations on the permits, Mullen said. Seattle-based SSA Marine Inc., has submitted applications to develop the largest coal export facility in North America at Cherry Point. If the facility is built, Kent would like numerous mitigation items to lessen

State DOE timeline for coal train study • Summer 2013 - Began preparing draft Environmental Impact Statement (EIS): The purpose of an EIS is to provide the public and agency decision makers with information on likely adverse effects of a proposed project, as well as reasonable alternatives and measures to reduce those effects.

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the impact on the city. “The city of Kent would like financial assistance to grade separate the BNSF tracks from east/west roads, and to complete improvements needed to obtain a (railroad) Quiet Zone in the downtown area,” Mullen said. “The city would like all coal trains to be covered in such a manner as to prevent coal dust from settling in rivers and wetlands. “We’d like them to study whether or not coal transport will preclude the transport of more favorable commodities or even prevent increased passenger trains in the future.” Mullen said the heavy train traffic impacts Kent more than neighboring cities. “Kent has more at-grade crossings than our neighbors and the bulk of those are in our downtown urban center,” he said. “The noise impacts negatively affect residential, retail and commercial areas downtown.” The impact of coal dust coming off the trains remains a top concern for city officials. “This is one of the biggest unknowns,” Mullen said. “BNSF estimates that each uncovered coal car loses between 500 and 2,000 pounds of coal dust in transit. It is unknown how much of this will affect any one community (human health, water quality and marine habitat). Since our year-round weather tends to be wet and often windy, we’d like to know what the impacts will be to damp air

• 2014 or later – Issue draft EIS, open public comment period, have public hearing: The draft EIS will be circulated so that the public and other agencies are given an opportunity to comment on its accuracy and content before it is finalized. The co-lead agencies will consider and respond to public comments in the final EIS. • 2014 or 2015 – Issue final EIS that will include responses to the comments made on the draft EIS.

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OQ U O T E O F N O T E : “Since our year-round weather tends to be wet and often windy, we’d like to know what the impacts will be to damp air saturated with coal dust or rain drenched drippings from coal cars. These are questions we hope can be answered in the environmental analysis.”– Steve Mullen, city of Kent transportation engineering manager.

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Summer is blockbuster movie season, a time when Hollywood releases its biggest productions. In our nation’s capital, the political version of a blockbuster, “The Affordable Care Act: Obamacare,” is now making its debut. But early previews suggest it’s not quite ready for the big screen. Case in point: In regulations quietly released on Friday during the July 4 holiday, the Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) informed 16 state exchanges and the District of Columbia that they need not confirm that people seeking taxpayer subsidies for health insurance premiums actually qualify. This only serves to undermine the financial integrity of the Affordable Care Act. The rules say state exchanges may do only random income checks. In fact, comprehensive income eligibility checks are prohibited – banned – until 2015. In addition, states are not allowed to determine whether applicants already have coverage through their employer until 2015. Critics say the rule is designed to bring large numbers of people into the program without confirming their eligibility and, once onboard, it becomes politically difficult to later remove them. Unfortunately, by not confirming eligibility, HHS is opening the door to rampant fraud and abuse that will greatly increase costs for U.S. taxpayers. It also means those most in need of health care may come up empty-handed if the system is overloaded with requests from unqualified applicants. The questionable HHS rule comes on the heels of a decision by the Obama administration to delay until 2015 implementation of the employer mandate, a central feature of Obamacare. The law requires that employers with 50 or more employees must provide governmentapproved health coverage by Jan. 1, 2014. Obama However, implementing the mandate promised to cause widespread confusion and disrupt the health plans of approximately 85 percent of Americans covered by their employer. The delay is widely seen as an attempt to avert a voter backlash in the 2014 mid-term elections. Some in Congress say the administration doesn’t have the legal right to change the law, but what Congress can – or will – do about that remains to be seen. As things stand, individuals will still be required to enroll by Jan. 1 or pay a penalty. But even that may be difficult. [ more BRUNELL page 7 ]

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Questionable candidates vie for council seat As a relatively new resident to Kent I have been intrigued by the seemingly one-sided negative coverage of the City Council race between Bailey Stober and Ken Sharp by the Kent Reporter. This curiosity was the reason I attended the Sept. 9 candidate debate. The contrast between the candidates was striking. Stober was very polished for such a young age. He came across as a slick politician. Sharp, older and less polished, was very personable and real. After the debate I was wondering about all of the qualifications that Stober claimed on his resume. His LinkedIn profile mentioned he was a loss prevention manager for Sears Holdings Corporation from May 2007 to January 2009. He “oversaw the loss preven-

Letters policy The Kent Reporter welcomes letters to the editor on any subject. Letters must include a name, address and daytime phone number for verification purposes. Letters may be edited for length. Letters should be no more than 250 words in length. Submissions may be printed both in the paper and electronically. Deadline for letters to be considered for publication is 2 p.m. Tuesday. tion teams at two retail stores, worked with store directors to ensure budgets were being met, losses stayed low and found innovative ways to increase revenue.” Given his age and timeline he would have been hired for this position when he was 16 years old with a high school education. In his current position

as a secretary for the small commission on African American Affairs, he claims to “provide high-level executive support to a member of the governor’s cabinet. Work with the governor, Legislative and other state agencies to ensure internal and external diversity policy is culturally competent. Advise the director, governor and Legislature on pending bills and legislation …” He was hired for this position at the age of 21. A previous letter to the Kent Reporter indicated that his hiring as a secretary was in response to his working on several campaigns. Finally at the debate, I was told of the rumor that Stober, until recently, did not live in Kent. I contacted the King County Elections Office in Renton and was told that Stober changed his address from Renton to Kent in February 2013. [ more LETTERS page 7 ]

Kent candidate forums set for Oct. 9, 10 REPORTER STAFF

Voters can hear from candidates for mayor and the City Council at Kent candidate forums on Oct. 9 and 10. Those scheduled to appear include mayoral candidates Suzette Cooke and Tim Clark; City Council Position No. 2 candidates Jim Berrios and Wade Schwartz; and City Council Position No. 6

candidates Bailey Stober and Ken Sharp. The Kent Chamber of Commerce and MultiCare Kent Clinic present a council debate from 11:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. Oct. 9 at the ShoWare Center, 625 W. James St. Cost is $20 pre-paid registered, $25 day of the event and $30 for guests. Register at www.kentchamber.com or call 253-854-1770.

A second forum with all candidates is scheduled for 7 p.m. Oct. 10, at Sunrise Elementary School, 22300 132nd Ave. S.E. A group of Panther Lake residents will sponsor the forum. Panther Lake’s 24,000 residents became part of the city in 2010 through annexation. The Nov. 5 ballot marks the first election for the mayor and council positions since the annexation.


www.kentreporter.com [ LETTERS from page 6 ] In conclusion, both candidates have issues dogging them. Sharp’s are well publicized by the Kent Reporter. For some reason, the Kent Reporter is unwilling to investigate Stober. – Jim Tomlinson

We need solutions to a basic need The city’s action with the sex offenders is both harmful and shortsighted. Forcing them out of the clean and sober housing, where they have been living successfully for years with zero problems, accomplishes what? If the city pushes them out of housing into the streets, they risk creating a dangerous situation. If the city doesn’t want the current arrangement to continue, what is their solution? Just pushing them out of the city is not a solution. These people have served their time and are just trying to live their lives as best they can.

[ BRUNELL from page 6 ] UnitedHealth Group, the nation’s largest health insurer, announced it is leaving the individual insurance market in California — the second major insurer to exit the market in advance of Obamacare. Last month, Aetna Inc., the nation’s third-largest health insurer, made a similar move affecting about 50,000 existing policyholders in California. Some insurers are having a difficult time getting individual coverage to “pencil out” because the bulk of new enrollees are expected to be people with pre-existing conditions who could not previously obtain coverage. The cost of their care was supposed to be subsidized by premiums

This is a problem, as a community, we have to address. If we are going to let them live, then they need a place to live. Allowing them a place to live where they can support each other to become productive members of society is the right thing to do. If we treat them like they are animals, how can we expect them to act like humans? The stabbing in downtown Seattle is what happens when people are marginalized and they don’t get the assistance they need. All they want is a place to live. What are we going to do in response to this basic human need? – Edward Weber

'Know your GMO,' vote for labeling On Nov. 5, the voters in Washington state will decide whether or not to require food manufacturers to let consumers know if the products they sell contain genetically modified organisms (GMOs). In 2012, GMO's com-

from younger, healthier enrollees – but that logic may be flawed. The Wall Street Journal found that premiums for healthy individuals could double or triple under Obamacare, making it unlikely that younger, healthier people will sign up. For example, the Journal reports that a 40-year-old male nonsmoker in Richmond, Virginia can currently get a bare-bones plan online for $63 a month. But Obamacare outlaws such plans, replacing them with more comprehensive – and costly – coverage. The least-expensive plan under Obamacare for a 40-yearold nonsmoker in Richmond will likely cost $193 a month, according to filings submitted by carriers.

prised 88 percent of the corn and 94 percent of the soybeans produced in the United States. About 60-70 percent of processed foods contain GMO derived ingredients. Before GMOs, herbicides used to be sprayed around food. Now they can be sprayed on food. Before GMO's, insecticides used to be sprayed on food. Now they're produced in food. Roundup sprayed on food and used on many GMO crops has been found to get in the food. Over time, it may create inflammation which may damage cellular systems throughout the body according to one study. The GMO producers have been advised to use the word "enhanced" rather than "genetically modified," "high quality," rather than "transgenic," "natural" rather than "chemical," and refer to "crop protection" rather than "pesticides." Nov. 5 is a chance to "know your GMO" by voting to support GMO labeling. Vote yes on I-522. – Lara Michaels Analysts think that younger, healthier people will opt to pay a small penalty rather than sign up for what they view as expensive, unnecessary coverage. As the inherent weaknesses of the Affordable Care Act become increasingly clear, Congress needs to revisit the legislation. Either fix it or replace it. Because as things look now, this blockbuster is in need of a remake. Don Brunell is the president of the Association of Washington Business (www.awb.org). KENT FRIENDS OF THE LIBRARY present a three-day book sale to raise money to support community children, teenage and other library programs. Hours are 10 a.m.-5 p.m. Friday, 10 a.m.-5 p.m. Saturday, and 1-3 p.m. Sunday at the Kent Public Library, 212 Second Ave. N. For more information, call 253-859-3856.

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Thatâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s the message put out last week by Kent Police Chief Ken Thomas. Examples of calls that are appropriate for a non-emergency operator include: â&#x20AC;˘ A residential, business or vehicle break-in that occurred on an earlier day â&#x20AC;˘ The return of a runaway child â&#x20AC;˘ Identification of additional lost or stolen property after an initial report has been made â&#x20AC;˘ Lost property â&#x20AC;˘ A hit and run traffic collision when no longer at the scene of the accident â&#x20AC;&#x153;Over time, the message for residents has been to call 911 any time a response is needed, even if it wasnâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t an actual emergency,â&#x20AC;? Thomas said in a Sept. 11 media release. â&#x20AC;&#x153;While good intentioned, that approach actually stopped people from calling 911 when they didnâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t believe their situation was an actual emergency. By promoting use of the non-emergency number, weâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;re hoping residents will feel more comfortable calling for assistance.â&#x20AC;? Both 911 and the 253852-2121 numbers will ring into the Valley Communications Center.


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Kent Farmers Market: 9 a.m.-2 p.m. Saturdays, through Sept. 28, Town Square Plaza Park, corner of Second and Smith. Kent Lions community service project. Vendors offering a variety of fresh locally grown farm-based foods, hand-crafted items, live entertainment and more. Free admission. Information: 253-486-9316, www.kentfarmersmarket.com.

Annual Used Book Sale: 10 a.m.5 p.m. Sept. 20; 10 a.m.-5 p.m. Sept. 21; 1-3 p.m. Sept. 22, Kent Public Library, 212 Second Ave. N. Kent Friends of the Library conducts a used book sale, selling books, videos, DVDs, audio books, etc. Profits go to support community children, teenage and other programs at the library. All books are 50 cents. Prices are reduced on Sunday. Information: 253-859-3856.

Greater Seattle Postcard and Paper Show: 10 a.m.-4 p.m. Oct. 6, Kent Commons, 525 Fourth Ave. N. Approximately 15 dealers from throughout the Pacific Northwest and California will display more than a half-million old postcards, paper collectibles and ephemera. Included will be postcards, stamps, advertising trade cards, cigar labels, valentines, scrap, travel brochures, photographs, stereographs, aviation, auto, railroad, ship, movie memorabilia, Western Americana. Admission: $5. www.postcardshows.com Kent City Council debates: 11:30 a.m.1 p.m. Oct. 9, ShoWare Center, 625 W. James St., Kent. Jim Berrios vs. Wade Schwartz (Position 2) and Ken Sharp vs. Bailey Stober (Position 6). Sponsored by MultiCare Kent Clinic. Cost: Pre-paid registration $20, day of event $25, guests $30. Register at www. kentchamber.com or call 253-854-1770. Kent Candidate Forum: 7-8:30 p.m. Oct. 10, Sunrise Elementary School, 22300 132nd Ave. SE, Kent. Featuring mayoral and City Council candidates. Sponsored by Panther Lake Citizens focused on residents of the Panther Lake area. Open to all interested citizens. For more information, contact Marvin Eckfeldt at 253-852-2957 or marveck@comcast.net Explore Kent: 3-8 p.m. Oct. 17, ShoWare Center, 625 W. James St., Kent. More than 90 businesses participating. $5,000 in services and product giveaways. Exhibitions (3-8 p.m.), Taste of Kent (5-8 p.m.). Admission free. Public welcome. Sponsorship opportunities. Registration and more information: www.kentchamber.com. Candidates Forum: 6:30-8 p.m. Oct. 18, Kent Commons, 525 Fourth Ave N. Kent Black Action Commission hosts a debate for mayoral, City Council and school board candidates. Open to the public. Child care will be provided. For more information, visit www.kentblackactioncommission.com or www.facebook.com/KentBlackActionCommission.

Sixth annual Summerâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s End Fun Run/ Walk: 7:30 a.m. Sept. 28, Kentwood High School, new track, 25800 164th Ave. SE, Covington. 7:30 AM Registration opens and packet pickup at 7:30 a.m., 2K junior run starts at 8:27, 5K at 9 and 10K walk and run at 9:07. Proceeds benefit childrenâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s programs in the Kent School District aimed at encouraging healthy lifestyles for families. Please see www.cruzinpassport.com to register at Active.com and for further information. Kent Sunrise Rotaryâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s third annual Oktoberfest: Noon-8 p.m. Oct. 12, under the tents at the Red Barn, 206 Railroad Ave. N., downtown Kent. Fifty percent of the proceeds from the event will support returning veterans and at-risk youth. Food, drink, entertainment. Tickets $25 in advance, $30 at the door and include a stein with your first beer or wine. Visit www. OktoberfestKent.com to purchase tickets and donate. For more information, visit www.KentSunriseRotary.org. Shopping Spooktacular: 10 a.m.4 p.m. Oct. 19, Kent Valley Ice Rink, 6015 S. 240th St. Free. Start your holiday gift giving. Support your local small business owners and crafters. Enter to win a $100 Visa gift card. Drawing for free house cleaning. Family friendly with bonus activates for the kids. Proceeds benefit the Halo Foundation, supporting local at-risk youth. Dancing with the Stars Kent: 5:3010 p.m. Oct. 26, Lindbloom Center, Green River Community College, 12401 SE 320th St. Auburn. The Kent Parks Foundation and Arthur Murray Dance Studios presentation. Proceeds benefit the return of pianist Alpin Hong for a Spotlight Series concert and educational assemblies at the Kent School District. Additional funds will supply new tools for the Green Kent program. General admission is $30, dinner tickets are $100. For tickets and more information, visit www.kentparksfoundation.org.

Clubs, programs NAMI Support Groups: 6:30-8 p.m., every second and fourth Tuesday of the month, 515 W. Harrison St., Kent. Friends and family support group for family members and friends who are affected by mental illness. Free. â&#x20AC;˘ Sept. 24 program, 8-9 p.m. â&#x20AC;&#x201C; The Impact of the Affordable Care Act on Mental Illness, presented by Bill Wilson, MSW, King County Health Care Integration Planner. The presentation will focus on the Affordable Care Act with will significantly transform the health care landscape of King

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Volunteers National Public Lands Day: 9 a.m.noon, Sept. 28. Park Orchard Park, 11058 S.E. 230th St., in the Panther Lake area. Volunteers should park at Park Orchard Elementary, 11010 S.E. 232nd St., and walk to the park. Volunteers are needed to remove invasive plants that threaten the urban forest as well as prune plants to make it safer for children to walk to school. Registration is required by noon Sept. 25. To register, call Victoria Andrews, city special programs manager, at 253-856-5113 or email vandrews@kentwa.gov.

Faith Soulâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;d Out Christian Center Party Service: 10 a.m. Sundays, Kent-Meridian High School, East Wing Auditorium,10020 SE 256th St., Kent. Join us at â&#x20AC;&#x153;The Hot Spot.â&#x20AC;? Weekly services. www.souldoutkent.org. Chancel Arts at Kent Lutheran Concert: 3-5 p.m. Oct. 27, Kent Lutheran Church, 336 2nd Ave S., Kent. Musician Nathan Jensen performs. Advance tickets are available at www.brownpapertickets or at the door. For more information: call 206-954-7602

Network The Kent Chapter of Business Network, Intâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;l (BNI): Meets every Wednesday morning at 7 at the Old Country Buffet, 25630 104th SE, Kent. Chapter is growing. Currently have 38 members. Do you want excellent, personal, word of mouth referrals for your business? Then come join us. For more information, contact Dr. Allan McCord at 253-854-3040.

Seniors Kent Oldies at The Place, â&#x20AC;&#x2DC;Obamacare & Boomersâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; Workshop: 5-8 p.m. Oct. 3, Kent Senior Center, 600 E. Smith St. Workshop entitled â&#x20AC;&#x153;How the Affordable Care Act (ACA also known as Obamacare) Impacts Baby Boomers.â&#x20AC;? The presenter is Carolyn Smith, staff member from the Washington State office of Insurance Commissioner. For appetizers and guaranteed workshop seating, tickets are $5 for the first 80 guests, $8 after if purchased on or before Sept. 27. After that date tickets are $8 if space is available. Call 253-856-5150 weekdays to purchase with MasterCard or Visa. At 6:45 p.m., those who attend the workshop may have their ticket stamped for a free boxed dinner and free dancing or listening to live oldies music by Mark Sterne. Free workshop-only coupons may be available before Sept. 27 and the

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It’s a good time to strengthen your lawn as fall arrives 3. Now make a template by laying newspaper over the bare spot and tracing the outline of how much new sod you will need to fill the space. 4. Next, go on the hunt for some fine looking sod in a back corner or near a garden bed you plan to widen or enlarge. Usually gardeners will patch a front yard bare spot by taking

sod from an area that is less often seen in the back yard. 5. Lay the newspaper template on top of the healthy sod and cut out the shape you need using a shovel or serrated rootpruning tool. Set this newly cut sod onto a waiting tarp. 6. Drag the tarp to the bare spot, slide in the newly cut sod and you will have a perfect fit and almost instant gratification. 7. Now go back to the spot where you robbed the sod and reseed that area. It will take longer to fill in but by choosing a less visible or high traffic area to borrow some sod you’ll be more patient with the grow in. To renovate your entire lawn this fall you can follow these steps: 1. Aerate using a core aerator and leave the plugs of soil on the lawn. Rake or thatch if you have an older lawn that is spongy or repels water. 2. Next spread at least one inch of fresh topsoil on top of the old lawn. Adding two to three inches of topsoil is even better. Use the back of the rake or rent a large contractors rake to level the surface and fill in the lawn spots. A level lawn will not only look better but be easier to mow. 3. Let the topsoil settle for a couple of days, then add a starter fertilizer and level again filling in any low spots that settled. 4. Spread new lawn seed using a mix or blend of fine fescues and perennial rye. Pay more for “named” grass

seed varieties because these hold a patent for improvements in drought and disease resistance. Mix the grass seed into the topsoil a bit then level again with the back of the rake. 5. Pray for six weeks of gentle rain – or keep the seed moist by hand-watering with a fine mist. 6. Wait until spring then celebrate that your grass is greener on your side of the fence. Do not use weed and feed on a new lawn and mow only when the grass blades are 4 inches tall, cutting off just the top onethird of the blades. 7. If all this sounds like a lot of work it is. You can also just call a lawn care company and have the professionals spread the topsoil and reseed your new lawn or if you are really impatient, rip out the old sod, add 6 to 12 inches of topsoil and have new sod installed for a weed-free carpet of green. There is one more option. Just live with your good-enough lawn and blur your eyes at the weeds – but fill in the low spots and sprinkle some grass seed. 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 book requests or answers to gardening questions, write to her at: P.O. Box 872, Enumclaw, 98022. Send a self-addressed, stamped envelope for a personal reply. For more gardening information, she can be reached at her website, www.binettigarden.com.

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Albertson, serving her third term on the City of Kent’s Human Services Commission, noted that 52 percent of the students in the Kent School District are already on free and reduced lunch, and 14,000 people visit the Kent Food Bank every year. “Poverty has grown by more than 80 percent in South King County in the last 10 years. South King County in particular … is one of the worst poverty centers in the country,” Albertson said. “And yet we have this disconnect. We have the wealthy east side, we’ve got a lot of money in Seattle. The Pacific Northwest is seen as this beautiful, wonderful place to live. And it is. But we have people here that are hungry and homeless. Someone asked me a question about the working poor. Well, we have working poor here that are also homeless. Christina Wong, public policy manager of Northwest Harvest and co-chair of the Anti-Hunger and Nutrition Coalition, called

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program that provides nutrition support to lowincome people struggling to put food on the table and to middle-class families who are struggling economically because of the Great Recession. In these tough times, advocates agreed, when one in six people in the state alone rely on SNAP, and more than two-fifths of those who receive benefits are children, it would be one cut way too many. Instead, advocates urged Congress to close corporate tax loopholes and make large companies such as Apple, General Electric and Verizon pay “their fair share” of federal taxes. Numbers at the Auburn Food Bank, according to Christian, have more than doubled in the last five years. Today, more than 170 families come through the food bank’s doors every day. Today, the food bank serves some 650 individuals, and that number could double again. Additional cuts, Christian said, would be wrong. “I think what I really need you to hear is that our families can’t suffer any more,” Christian said. “They’re already at a minimum in their income, they’re already at a minimum in their resources. The stamina that it takes to stay on programs is just really tough for them. They cannot take another cut. I’m already running out of money. Our grants have been cut. Our food supply has coming in OK from some new and bigger business. But this is also summer. When it comes down to further cuts, this will decrease my purchasing power and increase the client need. If you double the numbers again, how in the world am I going to stretch that?”

James said he was appalled at the decisions “of our so-called leaders and politicians, who decide they want to take food out of the mouths of poor children in our communities. “Your indifference is dangerous to our young people. Your friendship with the rich is an enemy to righteousness,” James said. “Don’t you know that the Brookings Institution has already defined South King County as a model for growing trends of poverty and hunger? Don’t you know that the least, the last and the less live right here in this community? And you want to take SNAP and shut the door on hungry families and youth and children. Not on our watch,” James said.

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New FEMA flood maps at least 5 years away New Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) flood maps for the Green River Valley are at least five years away. FEMA officials made clear at a meeting Sept. 11 in Kent in front of a crowd of about 120 that the likely scenario for flood-map adoption would be spring or summer of 2018 at the earliest, according to a King County media release.

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SEATTLE MIST TO PLAY B.C. ANGELS AT SHOWARE CENTER The Pacific Cup of the women’s Legends Football League (LFL) returns to the ShoWare Center in Kent at 8 p.m. Friday, Dec. 6, when the Seattle Mist plays the B.C. Angels. The Kent-based Mist beat the Angels in the first Pacific Cup last year at the ShoWare Center. Tickets are $85, $55, $35, $25 and $1. Tickets go on sale at 10 a.m. Friday, Sept. 20. Tickets are available from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday through Friday at the arena box office, 625 W. James St.; by calling 866-973-9613 or at ShoWareCenter.com.

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T-Birds glance

The Seattle Thunderbirds knew exactly where to spend their No. 1 draft pick for the coming Western Hockey League season: a 16-year-old from Canada named Mathew Barzal. Barzal will open the Thunderbirds’ season Saturday night against the Portland Winterhawks at the ShoWare Center in Kent as their rookie center and hot No. 1 pick from the league’s 2012 Bantam Draft. Officials expect him to be a highly desired player when he breaks into the NHL in a few years. “It was really exciting for me and my family,” Barzal said after a recent practice about coming to the T-Birds. “Seattle’s a good location and it’s pretty close to home, so my family can come see me every once in a while.” The soft spoken, 16-yearold Canadian moved south from his hometown of Coquitlam, British Columbia, to join the Thunderbirds, leaving his school, friends and family behind. “It’s tough saying bye to them,” he said. While Barzal’s sad to leave his hometown, he said that it’s only natural to be moved around and he’s excited to be

Last year: 7th in the Western Hockey League’s Western Conference, with 24-38-7-3 record. Advanced to the playoffs. Top returning players: Left wing Roberts Lipsbergs, right wing Connor Honey, and defenseman Shea Theodore. Goalie change: Danny Mumaugh will take over for Brandon Glover.

Mathew Barzal skates at a recent Seattle Thunderbirds practice. He scored 103 points last season, with 29 goals and a record-setting 74 assists with the Vancouver NE Chiefs in the British Columbia Major Midget League. ROSS COYLE, Kent Reporter launching his career. “Obviously, at one point in a hockey career you gotta move away from home, and I’m excited for that,” he said. While he’s staying with Stephanie and Guillauime Provost in Kent, the separation from family has been a little tough. The first several weeks were all right as he got used to not having them around, he said, but eventually it started to wear on him. “After that point you start feeling like you know you’re away from home, and you start missing them

a lot more,” Barzal said. He added he’s adjusting well and loves life in Kent with the Thunderbirds. It hasn’t been without a few changes, particularly cultural differences between the United States and Canada. Specifically: less hockey. While hockey is a major sport in Canada, far fewer students are aware of it in the states, and similarly, he’s not as familiar with football as some of his classmates at Kentwood High School in Covington. “Up in Canada everyone knows who Sidney Crosby

(captain of the Pittsburgh Penguins) is, and I asked a couple kids at school if they knew Sidney Crosby, and they had no idea,” Barzal said. While the Thunderbirds offer college scholarships to players who don’t go pro after the WHL, Barzal plans to enter the NHL. “Ever since I was a little kid it’s what I’ve wanted to do,” he said. Barzal has been playing hockey ever since his father signed him up for children’s leagues. He said that he’s most inspired by Chicago

Blackhawks captain Jonathan Toews. Barzal said he specifically looks up to Toews’ clean attitude and behavior both on and off the ice and his leadership of the team. “Obviously, if I could be a hockey player that’d be one guy I’d really want to play like,” Barzal said. His favorite moment of a game? Scoring. “It’s the best feeling when the crowd gets up and especially when it’s a big goal, you know OT, late in the third, you’re hot, you’re tired, you win,” he said. “There’s honestly no feeling like it.” With a league record for assists in Vancouver youth leagues and more than 200 points between the last two years, he’s set to bring that feeling to the Thunderbirds – and their fans – on a regular basis.


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Ravens shut out Kentridge 26-0

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Another shutout loss, another disappointing night for Kentridge High football. Auburn-Riverside scored all 26 points in the first half and went on to subdue Kentridge, 26-0, in the Chargers’ South Puget Sound League North 4A football opener Sept. 12 at French Field. Auburn Riverside improved to 2-0 in league under first-year coach Bryant Thomas. Kentridge, blanked by South Kitsap 40-0 on Sept. 5, dropped to 0-2 on the young season. While the Chargers’ defense managed to stop the Ravens in the second half, Kentridge’s offense continued to flounder.

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Frustrations reached a boiling point when a fight broke out, resulting in a player from each team being ejected from the game. The Chargers were held to only 42 yards of total offense. Kentridge

threw for 39 yards. Wide receiver Sam Mullins made one catch for 29 yards. Auburn Riverside had more success running the ball, putting up 162 yards. Quarterback Kevin Thomson scored on a pair of 5-yard runs and threw for 121 yards. Joey Galeno also

K-M downs Kentlake REPORTER STAFF

Vinnie Malietufa ran for 120 yards and two touchdowns and tossed a game-winning TD, leading Kent-Meridian to a 22-15 win over Kentlake in a South Puget Sound League North 4A game last Friday night. Malietufa found Matt Baigre from 27 yards out on a halfback-option pass with 6:55 left to play to lead the visiting Royals

(1-1 in league) past the Falcons (1-1). Malietufa scored on runs of 10 and 18 yards out. The Royals lost quarterback Quincy Carter to an injury early in the game. K-M played Jefferson Thursday at French Field, after press deadline. Elsewhere: Kentwood 25, at Jefferson 7: Brandon Sytsma ran for one touchdown, Terrence Grady caught another and Brandyn Bangsun booted three field goals to lead the Conquerors (2-0) past the Raiders (1-1).

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