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Editor’s Note: Angela Stubblefield and Elbert Reed are running for Fire District 28 Commissioner Position No. 2. The two candidates agreed to an in-paper debate. This is the second week and includes responses Angela Stubblefield to the second editorial question and rebuttal statements to the first question answered by the candidates last week – Question No 1: Do you support or not support Proposition No. 1 authorizing an increase of previous property tax levies?

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The White River cheer crew entertained during Friday’s exciting victory on campus. Pictured are, top row from left, Danielle Bleasdale, Kasara Chabot, Caroline Siewert and Sara Comer; on bottom are Maddi Stinson, Kendra Blue and Taylor Altamirano.

Stubblefield: A fire commissioner’s primary duty is to provide an efficient and well-managed fire district that will protect and serve the public. A commissioner’s duty is to champion the taxpayer perspective, managing the district with that priority in mind. There needs to be a clearly defined budget with reserves set aside for emergencies (which do not exist at this point), a clear long-term plan to replace worn out equipment (none exists), and a committee with written,

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Buckley plans to extend marijuana moratorium By Kevin Hanson Senior Writer

Looking to buy more time while the tangled web of marijuana statutes is resolved, the city of Buckley is hoping to extend its moratorium on certain, specified growing and selling operations – and the public

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medical marijuana dispensaries.” The council meeting begins at 7 p.m. in the Buckley Multipurpose Building on Main Street. The ongoing moratorium will allow the city “additional time to adequately address constantly changing laws regarding the prois again invited to participate in duction, use and sale of marthe discussion ijuana,” according to legal During their regularlycity of advertising placed by the scheduled meeting of Oct. city. 8, members of the City Such a step is not uncomCouncil will host a public mon in Washington, as cities hearing relating to the city’s and town across the state deal ongoing rule against “medical marijuana collective gardens and with the new reality of legalized


marijuana, all in the wake of 2012’s Initiative 502. The measure legalized marijuana for recreational use while also calling for a system of taxation and regulation. The state is now in dicey legal ground, with a voter-approved measure that flies in the face of federal law. If federal circles, cannabis remains an illegal Schedule I substance. Putting marijuana on the back burner is nothing new. The Buckley council first passed Ordinance


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New Investments In K-12 Education

This legislative session was remarkably slow and cumbersome but the end product was a major win for our kids and education. We held the line on tuition increases for higher education for the first time in over 25 years, as well as making an additional $1 billion investment in K-12 education. The state Supreme Court, in the McCleary v. State landmark education funding lawsuit, ruled that the state must follow the state constitution that mandates K-12 education to be the state’s “paramount duty” and be funded before other programs. This year’s budget takes a giant step forward to comply with the court ruling. What does this mean to the students that reside within the 31st Legislative District? The most exciting news is that now most all children entering kindergarten will receive a full day of education. Many districts offered a “fee based” all-day kindergarten classroom and now all children will receive the same education which is not based on if they can afford the extra time in the classroom. We feel this creates equity and raises the bar of excellence for all students.

Additional dollars were allocated to a program with the K-12 system called the Learning Assistance Program (LAP). These LAP funds target students with the greatest gaps in their education by providing reading and/or math assistance. Class size always seems to be a concern for teachers and students alike. As we prioritize spending at the state level we are ever diligent to use evidenced-based data when deciding where to put money. Funding was provided for reducing class sizes in K-1, increasing the instructional hours in grades 7-12, transportation, and materials, supplies and operating costs. We are proud to report we made huge gains in fully funding education at the state level.

Economy and Jobs

The state’s economy is slowly growing. While it is still a fragile recovery, we are beginning to see our state’s unemployment rate move downward and tax collections growing by $2 billion, or roughly 7 percent, every two years. This year, we made meaningful policy changes to encourage job creation and retention by easing the cost and time burdens associated with doing business in Washington state.

Small businesses are the backbone of our local economy and as a team we continue to work on reducing government regulation that limits job growth. Even though Washington unemployment rate dropped 1.6 percent last year, we were part of a bipartisan effort to pass a budget that did not raise taxes on property, sales tax or business and occupation taxes. It was necessary to live within our means so as not to imperil the recovery that is underway. At the same time, it was important to prioritize spending to ensure our most vulnerable citizens were not left out. In recent years, we have tightened up policies regarding those in need. While it is important to give people a hand up during difficult times, we eliminated programs that handed out cash. We created safeguards with accountability measures and fraud prevention. State electronic benefit cash cards, or EBT cards, that were being used in casinos and on cruise ships are no longer accepted. This is one example where we found efficiencies and did not raise taxes. We know government does not create jobs, but it can create an environment

that encourages employers to expand operations and attracts new employers to our state. As a team, we will continue to support policies that put people back to work in good-paying jobs.

Public Safety and Protecting Our Vulnerable Citizens

The highlight of our work on public safety was the driving while under the influence of drugs or alcohol (DUI) and child sex trade legislation. The state of Washington is now recognized as one of the two top states promoting innovative and effective legislation that crack down on child prostitution. Early this year, there were several horrible stories about families being killed by drunk drivers. We worked together and sponsored legislation that tripled the sentences for drunk drivers that kill people in car crashes. We enacted legislation that will finally deal with repeat offenders and bar access to their vehicles after their second DUI arrest. We will continue working to keep citizens safe as public safety remains one of our top priorities.

In Conclusion

We work for you and are a unified team that, while sometimes differing in views on issues, always come together to do what is right for the communities of the 31st Legislative District and the state. Much is made of the partisan divide, but we are proof that common ground can be found by building a coalition from the middle outward. We both supported the state budget this year, key job-creation reforms, educational outcomes and teacher support measures and a host of other bills. What is most important is that we sit down together as your team to find solutions that allow us to represent you to the best of our abilities. Our hope is you will keep the two-way dialogue with us going and that you’ll call or e-mail us with questions, concerns and good ideas. We look forward to hearing from you.


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DEBATE FROM 1 set procedures to deal with labor relations (none exists). It’s a commissioner’s duty to create and set pol-

Wednesday, October 2, 2013 • The Enumclaw Courier-Herald • Page 3 icy so that the fire chief has clear direction as to the commissioners’ expectations. Procedures should be set in writing for every major issue that comes before the chief. Personnel issues should have clear procedures to ensure high

morale and efficient management. Since the district commissioners serve the public, meetings should be set at times where input can be received (currently meetings are in the mornings when most of the public

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laws, rules and regulations. • Manage key district positions (chief and administrative staff). • Develop strategic plans for the operation of the district and all fire protection and EMS resources. • Keep residents/voters apprised of ongoing issues and solicit their input on resolution of those issues. • Provide transparency to voters into the workings of the district.

Reed: The commissioners establish policies and operational procedures to protect the tax payer’s life and property and to prudently manage district funds. They then monitor those policies and procedures for compliance and take corrective action as needed. More specifically they: • Serve as the governing body of the fire protection district. • Develop policies and guidelines to ensure effective and efficient operations. • Ensure the district provides needed fire protection and emergency medical services (EMS) at the level that citizens support with taxation. • Ensure financial integrity of the district and compliance with all applicable 885327


cannot attend). Those public meetings should be run professionally, following Robert’s Rules of Order. It is the duty of the fire commissioners to deal with the public respectfully and in an orderly fashion. This has not been done.

The following are rebuttals to the question last week: Do you support or not support Proposition No. 1 authorizing an increase of previous property tax levies? Elbert Reed rebuttal: My opponent seems focused on the perceived errors of the ghosts of commissioners past, rather than what she will do in the future. Mistakes have been made and acknowledged. However, the Board of Fire Commissioners as of January 1, 2014 will retain only one of the sitting commissioners. Most troubling are the errors and omis-

sions in my opponents’ narrative. • Purchase of fire station site: The $80,000 assessed value is based on previous county zoning. The assessor’s office is currently revising the assessed value based on city zoning. The hazardous waste site is not on the fire district parcel. A sewage lift station must be built to support any development in the newly annexed area. • Overtime pay: Not the stated $250,000 but actually $231,000. Of which $97,255 was reimbursed, resulting in $133,745 paid from district funds. • Cumberland Station upgrade: The purchase price of the modular unit reflected comparable value for like units in the area. Comparable units are not available for $15,000. Further, neighboring KCFD 44 completed a similar project in 2004 at a reported cost of $510,000 vs. the cost of this project of around $300,000.

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Music Downtown Enumclaw Downtown Enumclaw will be filled Oct. 5 with sights and sounds with an all-day music and art extravaganza. Chalet Arts Showcase Theatre will bring 11 performing groups to two stages and more than eight unique buskers – street musicians and performers – to storefronts on Cole Street. Art vendors will showcase their original works for sale and viewing. The inaugural Enumclaw Music and

Arts Festival kicks off at 9 a.m. with a free event featuring children’s songwriter and singer Eric Ode. Headlining the Festival is one of Enumclaw’s favorites, Palmer Junction. Popular throughout the Pacific Northwest and praised for their original rock ‘n’ roll and blues tunes, the band performs on the theater’s inside stage at 3:30 p.m. The entrance to the festival will be on Wells Avenue in front of the Chalet Theater. The entrance fee of $10 includes all indoor performances inside. Paying customers can come and go as they please. Tickets will be available at the gate.

MARIJUANA FROM 1 06-12 in May 2012, establishing a six-month moratorium on “the establishment, location, operation, licensing, permitting, maintenance or continuation of medical marijuana collective gardens or medical marijuana dispensaries.” The moratorium has been extended twice – in October 2012 and April 2013 – each

time for an additional six months. Aside from the public hearing, the city also will take testimony in writing. Written comments should be submitted to City Administrator Dave Schmidt, P.O. Box 1960, Buckley, 98321; comments also can be submitted via email to: city@cityofbuckley. com. Comments are due to 5 p.m. Monday, Oct. 7.

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• Firefighter pay increases: Interesting comments from a person who is currently a fire fighter in KCFD 44, and a building rep for the teachers union where she is employed. According to a study done by Kline & Associates, Enumclaw fire fighters wages are significantly below other comparable fire departments. The contract signed in 2012 provided for a 2 percent COLA raise, which was less than the CPI indicator of 3.7 percent. My opponent and her associates have requested and received over 25 requests for public documents from KCFD 28. Why was the correct data and full story not provided? Stubblefield Rebuttal: The taxpayer is clearly absent in Mr. Reed’s representation of KCFD 28 – please reread last week’s article and witness the absence of taxpayer. Mr. Reed implies a minimum staffing of four firefighters occurred after 2011; presumably, from the SAFER grant – this is erroneous. Under Mayor






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Reynolds, district staffing was at a minimum of four personnel per shift. Mr. Reed states, “The current increased response level provides for a minimum of four firefighters responding 24 hours a day.” I am wondering if district citizens living outside the city feel “improved level of response.” Six firefighters respond each night from the main station. To improve level of response, split the six into three groups – three stations could be staffed 24 hours a day. Rapidly depleted funds from Fire District 28 was a result of taxpayer money spent on a commissioner’s modular, salaries, pay increases and property. None of these resulted in better service for citizens. The SAFER grant while employing four additional firefighters has encumbered the district to pay for personnel we cannot afford. When the district can deploy firefighters on voluntary wildland calls and still maintain minimum staffing levels, there appears the district has a firefighter surplus not shortage.

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ONE ARRESTED: An officer responded the morning of Sept. 25 to the intersection of Cole Street and Initial Avenue after hearing of a domestic dispute that may have turned physical. It was determined the female involved was wanted on an Auburn arrest warrant. She was transported to meet with Auburn authorities. UNWANTED: Police were notified at 9:48 p.m. Sept. 24 of an unwanted person at a Fredricksen Street residence. An officer responded an arrested a woman for theft and trespassing. She was taken to the police station, book and released. DISTURBANCE: A Sorenson Avenue resident told police at 11:26 p.m. Sept. 24 an adult son was causing a disturbance by trying to enter the home against the owner’s wishes. The son had previously been trespassed from the property. WARRANT ARREST: A person appearing Sept. 24 in Enumclaw Municipal Court was found to be wanted on a Bonney Lake arrest warrant for failure to appear on a theft charge. The individual was arrested and taken to the police station for booking. The subject was found to be wanted on an additional warrant out of Auburn. RV ISSUE: An officer responded to a recreational vehicle storage area following a report of several vehicle damaged and items taken. There were no immediate suspects. The incident occurred in the vicinity of Hamilton Place and 244th Avenue Southeast. VEHICLE PROWLS: Several items were taken from an unlocked vehicle while it was parked in front of a residence on Franklin Street. The incident was reported at 4:15 a.m. Sept. 20. A check of the area did not turn up a suspect. On Sept. 22, a citizen arrived in the police lobby to report an earlier vehicle prowl; damage to the vehicle was estimated at $200 and items valued at $280 were taken. WELFARE CHECK: Police took a report at 10:29 p.m. Sept. 20 regarding an intoxicated woman on the ground at a Myrtine Street address. Officers made contact and called for medical assistance. After being evaluated, the woman was given a ride home.

OBITUARIES ROBIN WILLS Robin Lee Wills died Sept. 25, 2013. He was born Feb. 12, 1939, at St. Joseph’s Hospital in Tacoma to John and Hazel Wills. He enjoyed a long career driving tow trucks, fuel trucks and flower trucks which he began doing after working at a florist shop, bakery and service station. As a young boy he fell in love with hunting and fishing and it was a love that lasted his lifetime. Throughout the years he was also able to travel with his wife and family visiting Mexico, the Caribbean, Europe, Russia, Thailand and Hong Kong. In the last several years Rob enjoyed reserving Sundays to indulge in his love for NASCAR racing, rarely missing a race. After an eye injury in the 1970s, he became involved in

THANK YOU A very special thank you to the Maple Valley/Black Diamond Rotary for painting the Black Diamond Community Center’s sign. The old rusty sign had been a sorry sight for years, but now it has a bold, shiny, black surface. The vision of Rotarians Tom Sutton, Andrew Haney and John Layton became the reality on Saturday, Sept. 8. The labor was provided by these wonderful men and

DOG TROUBLE: A resident of the Kibler Avenue neighborhood called police the morning of Sept. 20, advising of a dog acting aggressively toward other dogs. King County Animal Control was contacted and was to pick up the dog. The owner could not be determined as the dog had no collar or tags. MALICIOUS MISCHIEF: A city resident told police at 4:46 a.m. Sept. 18 all the potted plants from a porch had been thrown into the yard. The item was for information only, as the mess had already been cleaned up. Police patrolled the area and found no other damage done. SHOPLIFTER CAUGHT: Police responded the morning of Sept. 18 to a Roosevelt Avenue address, looking for the suspect in a theft incident who fled on a pink bicycle. An employee was able to identify the suspect. That afternoon, the same suspect was involved in another shoplifting incident; he was apprehended, arrested and booked. THEFT: Police took two calls the afternoon of Sept. 18 regarding residential thefts. An American flag was taken from a Garfield Street address while batteries were taken from a camping trailer on Stevenson Avenue.

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TWO CITATIONS: A patrolling officer stopped a vehicle the night of Sept. 23 after watching it follow another car too closely. It was determined the driver did not have a valid license. He was given a criminal traffic citation for driving without a license and a traffic infraction for following too close. The incident occurred on state Route 410. WARRANT ARREST: At 11:30 p.m. Sept. 23 an officer took custody of a Bonney Lake man after determining he was wanted on an outstanding arrest warrant. The suspect was taken to the Enumclaw jail. JEWELRY THEFT: A resident of Mountain View Avenue told police Sept. 15 a homeless man who had been staying with her had stolen a jewelry box, along with the contents, and unloaded it at a pawn shop. The victim was to compile an inventory of missing items and the case was forwarded for investigation. RESIDENTIAL BURGLARY: A Buckley resident called police the afternoon of Sept. 20, relating that her mother had entered her house unlawfully and stolen a coffee table from the living room.

I hope you can join me in one of my upcoming town meetings. I want to share some of our victories from last session and also, hear from you as we prepare for the next legislature. This year I played an important role in the Majority Coalition Caucus (23 Republicans and 2 Democrats) that led the Senate.

• Supported the K-12 schools with 1.5 billion in additional funding • Made it possible for our colleges and universities to freeze tuition • Balanced the new state budget WITHOUT TAX INCREASES

the Enumclaw Lions Club. He is survived by his wife of 40 years, Delores Wills; daughter Sandy Dixon and husband Jerry; sons Mark Wills and wife Cindy Wills and Keith Wills and wife Tamara; four grandchildren and several great-grandchildren. A memorial service will take place at 2 p.m. Thursday, Oct. 3, at the Swiss Sportsmen Club, 9205 198th Ave. E. in Bonney Lake. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to the Enumclaw Lions Club, P.O. Box 441, Enumclaw, 98022.

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Youth Invited To Take Role In Lake Tapps Fish Study “ WDFW and I want to make this study something for our young people to remember, “said Roach. “That’s why I am asking principals and youth group leaders to request participation for their students. If leaders would like to involve their students, please call or contact my Senate office. The event will accommodate dozens of kids. Sign up now to reserve a spot in this once in a lifetime opportunity. Rain or shine, it should be exciting,” Roach said.

CATHY HOLTZ Enumclaw resident Cathy Holtz died Sept. 30, 2013, at her home. She was born April 15, 1946. For service information, visit www. Arrangements are by Weeks’ Enumclaw Funeral Home.

Pam Roach thanks citizens for attending a session she hosted with the Department of Fish and Wildlife last week in Bonney Lake. Roach was responding to residents interested in recreational fishing at Lake Tapps. As a consequence, WDFW will undertake a formal study of the lake’s fish population. Dates for the week long event will be announced.

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STEM leader will Letters Council positions be one busy fellow City should be nonpartisan Joshua Halsey is about to become one of the most important people in public education in Washington. For a few more days he’ll manage the South King County Science, Technology, Engineering and Math Learning Network — a mouthful of jargon for a job guiding an $11 million program to improve achievement of 117,000 students with creative and cutting-edge instructional techniques. On Oct. 7, he’ll begin work as the first executive director of the Washington State Charter School Commission in Olympia. Jerry Cornfield In this gig, he’ll be Political writer in the vanguard of a voter-driven effort to transform learning for the state’s 1 million public school students. With passage of Initiative 1240 last year, Washington will be allowing private non-profits to run schools with public funds. Up to 40 such alternative schools will be allowed to operate under contracts, known as charters, issued either by the commission or approved school districts. No more than eight can be authorized in one year and applications from those seeking to be in the initial wave

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I thought that city council positions are nonpartisan. It is interesting to note the sign for one of the city council candidates is the symbol used for the Democratic Party during the 2008 election, with a minor change. National politics via party affiliation should not be a part of politics at the local level. Nancy Wieland Enumclaw

Support lid lift, keep firefighters on the job We all sleep better at night know-

ing there are firefighters at the station on duty and ready to come to the rescue in any number of scary or life-threatening situations. On the Enumclaw Plateau we are lucky to have sufficient firefighters on duty 24/7 to respond to our fire and medical emergencies in a fast, safe and smart manner. The levy lid lift will allow Fire District 28 to maintain faster response times while keeping you safe 24/7 with enough firefighters who are properly equipped to protect our lives a property. Without this minor investment in our department we will likely experience slower response times, station brownouts and firefighters using antiquated equipment. Please join me in voting “yes” on the levy lid lift for the Enumclaw Fire Department and together we can keep our community saft by avoid-

ing firefighter layoffs. Helen Berggreen Enumclaw

Supporting Overland for Enumclaw council post I, Peggy Rickenbacker, would like to see some changes made in our beautiful city. One person in mind could help make that happen. Hoke Overland is capable in many areas, such as experience and know how, with the desire to make changes. His priorities sound encouraging and are ones we need to further progress. This letter was unsolicited. He and his wife wife Cyndi are very good neighbors. We need Hoke. Peggy Rickenbacker Enumclaw

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Another council race profiled This is my second column on Enumclaw City Council candidates: Position 7, Sean Krebs vs. Hoke Overland. I asked the candidates to send me their answers to four questions, which I have cut and pasted below. I used their own words to avoid any bias on my part. Background: Briefly describe your background and education as it relates to the Enumclaw City Council. Sean Krebs: I have served on the Enumclaw City Council for several years and am a Certified Municipal Leader through the Association of Washington Cities. I have served on

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all of our council committees and have twice been chosen by my fellow council members to be mayor pro tem. Hoke Overland: I have worked for King County Medic One for 35 years, serving as the chief of operations for the last 12 years. I help maintain a

$16.5M budget, and have extensive governmental experience. I studied business at GRCC and Paramedicine at the UW. I have also owned a small business and built three homes. I have lived in Enumclaw for 11 years – on the Plateau for 17 years –and served in four community organizations. Vision: Describe how you see Enumclaw now and how you would like to see it five years from now. Sean Krebs: I see Enumclaw now as a great, small American city, but one that has had to cut back on many city services and obligations due to

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100 Years on the Plateau! “Coal Is King in the Northwest” remarked Samuel Hyde, a well known Seattle liquor dealer, as quoted in the Oct. 29, 1909, Seattle Republican, the city’s first truly successful African-American newspaper. All of which means that Sam Hyde – in conjunction with a large tract of coal he owned near Franklin, a mining camp of the Pacific Coast Company – leased 1,100 acres from the Northern Pacific and began lifting coal from his mine. “Despite the fact that thousands of barrels of oil are being used in this section, yet the demand for coal is just as great as it was before a gallon of oil was used for fuel. Alaska herself is growing so rapidly that I am inclined to think that all the coal that is mined up there will be consumed in the territory for many years yet to come, and that leaves the coal fields of Washington without any competition and that means that the coal business is going to be second to no other business in this section for many years, all of which fully explains, why I am going too into the coal mining business, a business I am thoroughly acquainted with,” Hyde said. He made good on his boast. In 1910, the Rose and Marshall mine was opened west of Cumberland on land which Hyde had leased. In 1913, Hyde took over operations and installed himself as president of the mine which now bore his name. This March 1914 photo of the Hyde Coal Company mine was taken by Asahel Curtis and Walter Miller and comes courtesy of the Washington State Historical Society of Tacoma; negative number 28229.

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You may have seen commercials stating that the passing of 522 will cost shoppers millions in increased grocery prices. This is simply not true. Manufacturers will be given 18 months to add a disclaimer to their packaging. They all periodically update their packaging for various reasons anyway so there will not be any additional cost to producer or consumer. Again, it will be a simple statement on the front of the package that reads “May contain genetically modified ingredients.” Restaurants will not be subject to labeling requirements per this initiative. Initiative 522 does not pass judgment on GMOs or genetically engineered production. It only asks for transparency in labeling so we, as consumers, can feel confident that we really know what we are feeding our families.

I am writing to urge readers to demand transparency in our food system and require that genetically modified foods be labeled as such by voting “yes” on Initiative 522 this November. Initiative 522 proposes that all food items sold in Washington that contain genetically engineered ingredients (aka GMOs) simply state on the packaging “May contain genetically engineered ingredients.” This would ef fec t g rocer y-t y pe items, not restaurants. Food production and manufacturing companies are already required to list ingredients, origin and basic nutrition facts on the backside of their packaging. Initiative 522 simply asks that GMOs be included in labeling requirements.

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meet the nutritional needs of local families. Their customers generously gave cash and purchased “food bags,” made up by Grocery Outlet, that were then turned over to the local food banks to help them with the food they give to needy families. Community support is greatly appreciated by both Grocery Outlet and the Kiwanis Food Bank.


funding restrictions. Within five years I expect the city will be in a position to bring back some services the citizens request and we will again be able to invest in our city’s infrastructure (namely our streets). Hoke Overland: Enumclaw is a quaint, charming town that needs the attention it deserves. Our streets are crumbling and our city needs new revenue. Recreational tourism will be a dominant focus. While maintaining our small-town feeling, we will become the destination getaway (base camp) for both Crystal and Mount Rainier. We will carefully add planned residential communities and attract quality businesses (jobs). The additional tax revenue will allow us to maintain our streets and parks and prosper. Specific areas of interest in the city if elected, and strengths you would bring to the council position. Sean Krebs: My strengths as a candidate are experience and leadership. I have years of understanding the processes necessary to be an effective councilperson. For example, our annual budget process is a complex one, yet vitally important for our city’s wellbeing. Leadership will also be crucial as the city works its way through the Comprehensive Plan review process. The Comprehensive Plan is a state-required document that impacts nearly all the decisions and planning for the city for the next several years. Hoke Overland: I’m a fiscal conservative who runs a tight budget. I’m expe-

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No long term, publicallyfunded studies have been conducted on GMO safety. Every single published study that deems GMOs safe for human consumption with no longterm negative ef fects have been f unded by the producers of GMO crops such as Monsanto and DuPont. Until neutral-party research can guarantee the safety of GMOs, consumers must have the right to know which foods conta in genetica lly engineered ingredients and allow us to make our own decisions. A “yes” vote on 522 allows Washington shoppers to make informed decisions when buying food for themselves and their families. Please help protect consumer rights and vote “yes” on 522 this November. Sara Stratton Enumclaw


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Your soil is alive so give it the respect it deserves The first week of October is a good time for dirt work. There is a grass roots movement to get back to the basics and consider more than just the grass roots, tree roots and shrub roots in a garden. It is time to understand and feed the soil itself. Even if you don’t have a garden or grow food, people are beginning to realize our soil holds the dirt on growing healthy food and providing the fertility we need to feed everyone on our planet. Mother Nature has provided us with a free and healthy way of improving our soil and the world around us. Leaves fall to the ground in October. The soil is nourished by fallen leaves. The cycle of falling leaves and decaying summer plants is how organic matter is returned to the soil each autumn to provide nourishment for the next crop of plant life in the spring. So why do we rake, bag and then pay to send away our fallen leaves and cut grass? Small yards, tidy gardeners and lack of time to store and compost our

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own October organic matter is to blame but sometimes it is a simple lack of understanding about the most important living organism on our planet – our soil.

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debris and leaves, compost and manure into your vegetable and flower beds just a bit and leave the soil uneven so the hills and valleys can collect rainfall while the organic matter is only partly buried as it continues to decay and feed the soil during the winter months. 8 – Earthworms, moles, voles, beetles, centipedes and all those other creatures you can see living beneath the surface of the soil are good for your soil structure. They provide passages for air and water as well as break down leaves and organic matter. 9 –Natural fertilizers like manures, compost, seaweed, alfalfa, leaves and mulches of wood chips and bark all break down to feed and improve the soil over time. Using man-made plant foods from a box or in a liquid form will feed the plants but will not feed and improve your soil. “Natural” fertilizers release nutrients slowly – the way nature intended. 10 – Flowers might be pretty but healthy soil is a beautiful thing – the source of life itself storing all the food, air and water we humans need to survive. It is time we stop paying money to haul away the “soil food” nature

provides us in the form of fallen leaves and use this natural resource to feed our soil instead. So what to do with all those October leaves? Pile them, compost them, shred them, store them or just leave them on top of the soil to feed, insulate and protect – just the way nature intended. Note: Always remove large leaves from your lawn and diseased leaves from around the base of plants. • • • 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 selfaddressed, stamped envelope for a personal reply. For more gardening information, she can be reached at her Web site, www.binettigarden. com. Copyright for this column owned by Marianne Binetti.

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Who’s the best of all time? Fans can vote for favorite White River players of the past 104 years

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Thousands of players have pulled on pads and a helmet during the past 104 years, all representing White River High School – whether they be Mountaineers or Hornets. Now, in a strictly-for-fun exercise, and effort is under way to select the school’s all-time football team. The public is invited this season to help choose White River’s top offensive players; next year, the emphasis will shift to the defense. Getting the ball rolling on such a project wasn’t easy, as high school football history often gets cloudy as the decades pass. Organizers went to the Foothills Historical Society and read every article about every game they could find in issues of the long-defunct Buckley News Banner. From back issues of the Enumclaw Courier-Herald they read about each game from 1974 to 2012; at the Enumclaw

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“Stubby” Smith (1943-45) • Rich Scott (1989-91) Bo Hubbard (2001-03) • Andrew Banks (1999-2001) Todd Jensen (1998-2000) • Jason Gran (2001-03) Sean McNulty (2002-04) • Michael Madden (2007-09)

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Bob Ross (1940-42) • Gary Sambila (1947-50) Mark Ross (1963-65) • Greg Kaelin (1975-77) • Tad Covey (1989-91) •

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Don Hodder (1922-24) • Kenny Hannus (1941-44) Bill Evans (1977-79) • Mike Kruse (1992-94) Jesse Gran (1998-2000) • Brad Addink (2000-02)


Charles Lappenbusch (1923-26) Lester Scroup (1921-24) • Thron Riggs (1935-38) Andy Lazor (1941-44) • Gene Baker (1950-53) Randy Mullins (1964-66) • Jay Jacobs (1975-77) Rob Smith (1989-91) • Trevor Weingard (1991-93) Nick Newton (1997-99) • Leif Hansen (2003-05) Scott Rose (2010-11)

Keenan Fagan scored three touchdowns and the White River defense mounted a stellar goal-line stand Friday night to turn back the visiting Orting Cardinals 26-21 as the Hornets improved to 2-0 in South Puget Sound League 2A play. The victory pushed White River’s overall record to 3-1 and produced the type of excitement generally reserved for postseason action. Fans rushed onto the field and the

team eventually headed to the bleachers to lead the student section in the school fight song. Aside from padding their resume with a hard-fought victory, the outcome also offered a bit of sweet revenge. The Hornets dropped a close encounter a year ago on the Cards’ home turf. The game didn’t start well for White River, as the Hornets recovered a pair of first-quarter Orting fumbles but couldn’t capitalize. Making things

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Friday, Oct. 4

• Enumclaw boys water polo hosts Rogers, 4:30 p.m. • Enumclaw boys tennis at Lakes, 3:30 p.m. • Enumclaw football vs. Auburn Mountainview, 7 p.m. at Memorial Stadium in Auburn. • White River football at Fife, 7 p.m. • White River boys tennis hosts Franklin Pierce, 3:30 p.m.

Saturday, Oct. 5

• Enumclaw boys and girls cross country at Twilight Invitational, Cedarcrest Golf Course.

Monday, Oct. 7

• White River boys tennis at Fife, 3:30 p.m. • White River girls golf hosts Steilacoom, 2:30 p.m. at Enumclaw Golf Course. • White River volleyball at Sumner, 7:15 p.m. • Enumclaw boys tennis hosts Auburn Mountainview, 3:30 p.m.

Tuesday, Oct. 8

• Enumclaw golf, boys and girls, hosts Auburn Mountainview, 3:30 p.m. • Enumclaw boys water polo at Auburn Riverside, 7 p.m. • Enumclaw girls swim and dive hosts Foster, 3:30 p.m. • Enumclaw boys tennis at Auburn, 3:30 p.m. • Enumclaw girls soccer hosts Peninsula, 7 p.m. at Pete’s Pool. • Enumclaw volleyball at Decatur, 7:15 p.m. • White River boys golf vs. Steilacoom, 3:15 p.m. at The Home Course. • White River girls soccer hosts Orting, 7 p.m.

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• White River boys and girls cross country vs. Fife and Steilacoom, 3:30 p.m. at Fort Steilacoom. • White River girls soccer at Franklin Pierce, 7 p.m. • White River volleyball hosts Clover Park, 7:15 p.m. • Enumclaw boys golf vs. Decatur, 3:15 p.m. at Twin Lakes G&CC. • Enumclaw girls golf hosts Decatur, 3:15 p.m. • Enumclaw girls swim and dive hosts Bonney Lake, 3:30 p.m. • Enumclaw girls soccer at Auburn Mountainview, 7 p.m. • Enumclaw volleyball hosts Auburn Mountainview, 7:15 p.m. • Enumclaw boys water polo at Auburn Mountainview, 8:30 p.m.

Art Svidran (1942-45) • Fred West (1947-50) Doug Mullins (1966-68) Greg Baker (1970-72) Andy Hahto (1997-98)

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Wednesday, Oct. 2

• Enumclaw cross country vs. Bonney Lake, girls at 4 p.m., boys at 5 at Eismann Elementary course. • White River boys tennis at Washington, 3:30 p.m..

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Enumclaw 78, Peninsula 60 Sept. 24 at Canterwood G&CC Medalist: Adam Barker 33 (P). White River 60, Sumner 58 Sept. 27 at Enumclaw Golf Course White River scores: Ryan Kolisch and Bryce Dahl 39 (co-medalists), Drew Kacer 44, Matthew Madden 46, Kasey Kilwine 47, Matt Walker 50.


Enumclaw 88, Lakes 9 Sept. 26 at Enumclaw Golf Course Medalist: Maddie Pillo 38 (E). Enumclaw 90, Peninsula 39 Sept. 24 at Enumclaw Golf Course Medalist: Maddie Pillo 43 (E).


Steilacoom 3, White River 2 Sept. 26 at Steilacoom White River goals: not available. Enumclaw 3, Aberdeen 0 Sept. 25 at Aberdeen Enumclaw goals: Katie Christensen 6:00 (Hannah Dahlquist assist), Haley Johnson 30:00 (Christensen), Mia Fornelius 40:00 (Katy Armstrong). Shutout: Katie Craft. Sumner 6, White River 0 Sept. 24 at White River Sumner goals: Emily Nelson 2, Kelsie Colman 2, Jordan Thompson, Kinsey Saiz. Shutout: Jamie Lange, Abby Smith.


Puyallup 16, Enumclaw 3 Sept. 26 at Enumclaw

Enumclaw goals: Jack Pugh 3. Enumclaw record 2-1 league, 6-4 overall Enumclaw 16, Kentridge 12 Sept. 25 at Enumclaw Enumclaw goals: Bryce VanHoof 8, Jack Pugh 5, Brandon Butler 2, Tom Schwartlaender 1. Enumclaw record: 2-1 league, 6-3 overall.


Enumclaw 3, Lakes 0 Sept. 26 at Enumclaw Enumclaw highlight: Olivia Bannerot 9 aces. White River 3, Fife 0 Sept. 26 at White River White River highlights: Cassidy Kunst 8 kills, 12 digs; Taylor Keating 27 assists, 5 aces; Jade Crawford 8 kills, 11 digs.


Franklin Pierce 19, White River 39 Sept. 26 at White River White River overall placers: Taylor Moser, 18:57, fourth place; Alex Anderson, 19:00, fifth; Jadon Flanders, 19:29, ninth; Seth Berryhill, 19:30, 10th; Keller Flint-Blanchard, 19:46, 11th; Dylan Sutherland, 19:48, 12th; Ben McGraw, 19:59, 13th. Enumclaw 21, Decatur 39 Sept. 25 at Expo Center Enumclaw overall placers: Josh Sanders, 17:52, second place; Hayden Schmitt, 17:55, third; Eric Hamel, 18:04, fourth; Chase Olson, 18:08, fifth; Tyler Bogh, 18:22, seventh; Dylan Hamel, 18:27,

eighth; James Packer, 18:37, ninth.


White River 15, Franklin Pierce 50 (Franklin Pierce incomplete team) Sept. 26 at White River White River overall placers: Madison Moser, 20:58, second place; Kacy Coyle, 22:35, third; Jenna Guenthner, 22:49, fourth; Brenna Liebel, 23:22, fifth; Eryn Maris, 24:16, sixth; Erin Redford, 24:40, seventh; Kaylee Kosko, 28:25, 10th. Enumclaw 15, Decatur 48 Sept. 25 at Expo Center Enumclaw overall placers: Aleea Gwerder, 20:49, first place; Samantha Engebretsen, 20:51, second; Abby Callison, 21:20, third; Amanda Stenslie, 22:05, fourth; Riley Desmul, 22:08, fifth; Rachel Revell, 23:00, sixth; Danielle Flintoff, 23:06, seventh.


Auburn M’view 5, Enumclaw 0 Sept. 26 at Auburn Mountainview No. 1 singles: Colton Weeldreyer (AM) def. Michael Williams (E) 6-0, 6-0. No. 2 singles: Carter Harms (AM) def. Richard Blair (E) 6-0, 6-0. No. 1 doubles: Alec Van Etten and Chris Miler (AM) def. Duncan Ranft and William Longley (E) 6-3, 6-3. No. 2 doubles: Matt Howard and Ryan Eklof (AM) def. Matt Leavens and Austin Schuver (E) 6-2, 6-0. No. 3 doubles: William Norris and Kevin Nguyen (AM) def. Christian Sines and Anthony Rosenthal (E) 7-5, 6-2.

EHS cross country crews sweep in course debut By Dennis Box Editor

The Enumclaw High boys and girls cross country teams inaugurated their new course at the Pete’s Pool/Expo Center Sept. 15 with a win on both sides. The Enumclaw girls defeated Decatur 15-48 and the boys won 21-39.

Coach Tod Witzel reported Aleea Gwerder won the meet with a time of 20 minutes, 49 seconds. The girls took the top five spots. For the boys Kaden Lusink of Decatur set the pace with a time of 17:41. Enumclaw took second through fifth to secure the team win. The top finisher for the EHS

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Hornet volleyball squad battles for five-game win By Kevin Hanson Senior Writer

After winning two games and then dropping two more, the Enumclaw High volleyball team escaped with a Friday night victory over Kentlake. The hard-fought match featured plenty of long rallies and saw EHS winning the first two games 26-24 and 25-18. The Kentlake crew rallied to take the next two 25-19 and 25-22, setting the stage for a winner-take-all finale. The last game was again close, with the Hornets coming out on top 15-12.

Leading the way for Enumclaw were Barbie Becker, who registered 20 kills; Olivia Bannerot, who came up with 14 digs to go with 11 kills; Victoria Hernandez, 23 digs; and Gia Landis, who had a nice night with 12 digs, 18 assists and seven service aces. With the victory, the EHS girls remained perfect on the season, improving their record to 5-0 overall. “I was pleased with the girls’ determination and stamina,” coach Jackie Carel wrote in an email. “A lot was learned from (Friday’s) outing.”

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Senior Center’s Honored Elders

Scout’s new sign spruces up cemetery

Morris and Janet Paulson were crowned Honored Elders last week during the Enumclaw Senior Center’s “Respect Our Elders” luncheon. This is the third year the event has been hosted to honor and bring the concept of respect to our community’s elders. The Paulsons will represent the Senior Center at upcoming community events like the Health and Wellness Expo and Bras 4 the Cause. To top off the luncheon, everyone enjoyed homemade apple pie made by some of the senior center ladies. Photo contributed by Enumclaw Senior Activity Center.

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A member of Boy Scout Troop 422, Paul Joseph Ales Clow, was honored during a special Eagle Scout ceremony the evening of Monday, Sept. 30. The ceremony took place at the Veterans of Foreign Wars hall on 244th Avenue Southeast. To become an Eagle Scout, Clow earned 21 merit badges and served his troop in a variety of leadership roles. He also completed a major community service project, building a children’s play structure at Mount Rainier Christian Center. The Eagles Scout award is the highest honor presented by Boy Scouts of America, achieved by only 5 percent of Scouts. Clow is a home-schooled senior and is the son of Joe and Sue Clow.

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The Krain Cemetery has a new sign thanks to the efforts of Kecia Howard, a senior cadet in Girl Scout Troop 41122. She tackled the project to earn the Silver Award, the second highest honor of the GSA. The award’s objective is to help young girls gain valuable skills in budgeting, planning, implementing, connecting with adults and organizations in the community. Achieving this honor places the Girl Scout among an exceptional group of young ladies who have used their knowledge and skills to make a difference in the world and their communities. The Knights of Columbus Council 13364 assisted in erection of the sign. She is a student at White River High School and the daughter of Mark and Camille Howard.

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FOOTBALL FROM 10 worse, the Cardinals’ Justin Kennett scooped up a punt and motored 90 yards for the game’s opening touchdown. White River’s offense moved backward too often during the early going, with quarterback Sean Hayes getting constant pressure. The doldrums were immediately snapped, however, when Fagan raced 41 yards to paydirt. An extra-point attempt flew a bit wide and the quarter ended with the visitors on top 7-6. Orting quickly pushed its lead to 14-6 when Eddie Prong crossed the plane on a quarterback sneak. The Hornets had

showed the type of goal-line resolve that paid dividends later, stopping the Cards on three plays before Prong muscled his way into the end zone. White River’s second TD came courtesy of the defense, as linebacker Tristan Knaus picked up an Orting fumble and nearly scored. It took three plays, but the Hornets capitalized with Hayes found Dustin France open in the end zone for a 5-yard scoring toss. White River remained on the short end when a two-point attempt was stuffed, leaving the score 14-12. Twenty seconds later, the Cardinals pushed their lead to 21-12 when Devin Casey took off on a 41-yard scoring jaunt. In need of a big play, the Hornets succeeded. Early in the

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final period, Hayes rolled right and connected with Fagan, who took a pass in stride and outraced Orting defenders on the way to a 76-yard score. France’s PAT cut the deficit to 21-19 and set the stage for some late-game heroics. First, the Hornet defense turned back the Cards on a fourth-down play, giving the ball to the rejuvenated White River offense. The Hornets’ not-so-secret plan was simply to hand the ball to Fagan, who started the drive with a 42-yard burst. Two more carries took the ball to the 9-yard line and – with slightly less than two minutes remaining to be played – Fagan dashed around the left end to give the Hornets their first lead of the night. France added another extra-point kick and, while the game’s final points had been scored, the drama was far from over. Orting’s Prong completed a pair of crucial passes, including a fourth-down strike to Daniel Bessey that had the Cards knocking on the door. From the two-yard line, Orting twice tried to run the ball, only to be rebuffed by Hornet defenders. Prong was forced to spike the ball to stop the clock, setting the stage for a final play. When his last-chance pass was tipped and fell harmlessly to the ground, the Hornets could finally breathe easy. Hayes had only to take a knee to run out the clock and set off the celebration. Fagan had a monster night, carrying the ball 18 times for 170 yards, averaging 9.4 yards per effort. In addition, he had two pass receptions, was in on 14 tackles from his linebacker position, recovered a fumble and picked off an Orting pass. For the season, Fagan has totaled 454 yards on 54 carries, spread over four games. books added even more information. Also contributing to the process were the insights gleaned from such stalwarts of the Hornet football program as Terry Veltkamp, Deryl Ross, Mark Kaelin and Bob Walker. The result is a long list of players, separated by position, with brief highlights listed for each. Included are 12 linemen, six quarterbacks, 10 running backs and eight receivers. When scrolling through the pages of the online survey, voters are asked to choose five linemen, one quarterback, three running backs and three receivers. Anyone can vote by logging onto and clicking on the link found on the home page. Or, go directly to the survey: www.surveymonkey. com/s/All_Time_Offense. Assistant football coach John Dorsey has headed the project. He said votes will be collected until the end of the season and results will be made public shortly after. His goal is to have some sort of display for the school, noting the all-time Hornet team.

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Old adage is true, variety is the spice of life I have many fond memories and warm emotions of Enumclaw when it was still an isolated, small town; that is, before it was inundated by Seattle’s suburban sprawl. When I was a child, Enumclaw was more or less self-sufficient, given the coal mines, White River Lumber Company (Weyerhaeuser)

jobs offered by Seattle though, by the time I graduated from high school, a few guys were filing applications with Boeing. Wally DuChateau The air was fresh and clear, the water was Columnist pure and cold – damn cold – and I felt our and the dairy farms. We little remote, mossy had little need for the corner of the planet was

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the best the world could offer. I never really considered living anywhere beyond the limits of Black Diamond and Buckley. “Back in the day” I knew everyone in my high school class on a firstname basis and knew or at least recognized most of those students who were a few years ahead or behind

me. We spent our days and evenings lounging around the booths in the Bluebird, leafing through the comic books in Moran’s and lingering on summer nights under the trees at Pete’s Pool or the diving dock at Deep Lake. It was a wonderful place to spend a childhood. But, alas, small-town

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Enumclaw vanished many years ago. There are, however, other places in our immediate region that still cultivate that atmosphere – hamlets like Carbonado and Greenwater – and you may be surprised to learn I’m very fond of these communities. I say surprised because, if you’ve read these columns any length of time, you’ll realize I’m also very fond of Seattle and New York City. In fact, just the other night an old drinking buddy asked me how I accommodated the appeal of small towns with my love affair with Manhattan. Perhaps I’m simply enthralled by extremes; for example, Greenwater boasts about 100 people, but Manhattan has more than a million. That’s just about the extreme ends of anyone’s population spectrum. In fact, Manhattan is just about everything Cumberland isn’t. Manhattan is Broadway and the live Theater District, the Financial District and Wall Street, the hip enclaves like Greenwich Village and the Lower Eastside, that splendid pianist/singer in the lounge on the 60th floor, sexual freedom and diversity, and evening carriage rides through Central Park, to name only a few of its attractive features. But let’s not forget that Manhattan air is positively carcinogenic, it’s not the best place to raise children, you don’t know you neighbors – and you don’t want to know them because they might be crazy – and you can’t step out your back door and go fishing. Indeed, Manhattan is as far removed from the wonders of nature as you can get. I really don’t prefer Manhattan or Greenwater. Perhaps, given my past columns, that deserves repeating: I’d be hard pressed to choose either Manhattan or Greenwater. They’re both very attractive, but they’re profoundly and discordantly different. And, as the old adage says, variety is the spice of life.

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$ White River High’s Jenna Guenthner helped her team to an easy victory Thursday over the visiting Franklin Pierce Cardinals. She was the third Hornet to cross the finish line, clocking a time of 22 minutes, 49 seconds, and was the fourth finisher overall. The White River boys and girls teams compete again Thursday at Fort Steilacoom, taking on host Steilacoom High and the Fife Trojans. Photo by Kevin Hanson

XC FROM 11 boys was Josh Sanders, second in 17:52. Witzel said by email the meet was “a fantastic inaugural event.” • Saturday, the Enumclaw High teams headed to Oregon to run the Nike Pre Nationals at Portland Meadows. Witzel said, “This year runners did a fantastic job battling heavy rain, wind and extremely variable conditions after an early morning departure (6 a.m.) and a long drive.” The girls team finished 11th among 318 teams and the boys were 20th with a score of 456. Witzel said Samantha

Engebretsen finished as the No. 1 runner for the girls with a time of 21:31.04, good for 30th place overall. Tyler Bogh was the top runner for the boys in 18:17.17, in 65th place. “Competitors gained valuable experience facing adversity and did well against opponents from a wide range of schools we do not see in the course of normal league match ups,” Witzel said. Enumclaw was slated to compete today, Wednesday, against Bonney Lake at the Donald Eismann Elementary course and will compete in the seventh annual Twilight Cross Country Invitational at Cedarcrest Golf Course in Marysville.

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October 2nd 2013

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100 years ago, Wilkeson School first opened her doors and hallowed halls to the local elementary and secondary students. The school was a crowning jewel in a thriving mining town and was constructed with the local sandstone that is quarried less than a mile from the school. The school was built and designed by Tacoma Architects for $35,000. There were nine rooms in the top two levels. Some of our very own students are 4th and 5th generation Wilkeson students. Today the school takes pride in their mission to ensure that all students are learning at high levels for success beyond high school. Wilkeson Wildcats are College Bound!

On Friday, October 11th will be the Centennial Ceremony for all alumni, past staff, and community leaders. The event will being at 1:30 and will include a formal ceremony outdoors and feature student performances. There will be an alumni and staff reception to follow in the gym. On Saturday, October 12th from 10am - 2pm will be the Centennial Community Day. The school and campus will be open for Wilkeson Families and the greater community to enjoy activities throughout the day. Activities will include Pioneer Museum interactive exhibits, local community groups, games, coke oven tours, school tours, etc.. Food will be available for purchase. Visitors will be able to purchase commemorative postcards, shirts, and sandstone. All proceeds will go towards the Wilkeson Centennial Project sponsored by the Wilkeson PTA. In addition, visitors can view the new conceptual landscape design and make donations towards the purchase of plants and trees to enhance and beautify the school grounds for years to come. See the displays and help contribute towards this centennial project. For more information please contact Wilkeson School at 360-829-3357.

White River Board of Directors Welcomes Tawny Sanabria The board members are looking forward to attending the annual Washington State School Directors’ Association (WSSDA) conference in Bellevue next month. The public is welcome to attend school board meetings. Our next meeting, on October 9, will focus on specific learning improvement goals from each of our schools.

READY! For Kindergarten White River’s READY! For Kindergarten program is the beneficiary of a grant from Target in the amount of $2,000. Teachers Kelly Fitzpatrick and Shauna Perez co-wrote the grant application. The READY! For Kindergarten program is designed to help parents prepare children with the early learning skills needed to start and stay at grade level throughout their scholastic career. 884709

STEM Science, Technology, Engineering, & Mathematics (STEM) - Glacier Middle School is excited to offer students engaging and relevant electives. We are creating these opportunities to incorporate science,technology, engineering, & mathematics standards. Students have the opportunity to take Robotics, Advanced Robotics, and Creative Solutions. These classes challenge the students to think critically and collaborate with partners to solve problems. Students who take these classes broaden their horizons in the future by by gaining sophisticated skills necessary to be competitive in the 21st century world of work. These courses prepare students for successful employment or postsecondary education, or both. Furthermore students gain technically sophisticated skills including the application of mathematics and science skills and concepts, in order to be competent, capable citizens.

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Focus on Glacier Middle School Welcome to Glacier Middle School, a place where student growth is our priority focus!! Our strong community ties are at the core of what makes Glacier a great school. There is not a day of the week that Glacier is not buzzing with activity. Whether it is the regular school day, the community athletic events, or music festivals, our building is more than a place of learning, it is a hub of our vibrant community. At Glacier we focus on the entire middle school experience. Whether students compete for us on the athletic field, entertain us on the stage, perform in our band or choir, serve in our ASB, or participate in the many other activities in our school, Glacier students are encouraged to extend their learning beyond the classroom.

Our staff is committed to the hard work necessary to help each student at Glacier find success. Our school mission identifies our commitment to ensuring high levels of learning for all students.

PACE - The PACE class at Glacier Middle School is a method of individualized academic intervention and en-

richment for students . Struggling learners are identified and then systematically assigned to receive targeted interventions from teachers at increasing levels of intensity. Students who do not require academic interventions are allowed to choose from a short menu of rotating and engaging enrichment activities. This occurs during a specific time, for 35 minutes every Tuesday through Friday. Faculty and staff use the PACE period to teach organization and study skills in addition to an anti-bullying curriculum during the first two weeks of each quarter.

CCSS – The staff at GMS has been working hard to design their units around the newly adopted Common Core State Standards (CCSS). The CCSS provide our staff and students with consistent and clear awareness of learning expectations. This clarity of learning allows for a teacher to more specifically design instruction to meet students’ needs and furthermore to communicate with parents as to how they can support their child.

ENGLISH LANGUAGE ARTS / SPRING BOARD – Our Language Arts teachers have recently participated in four days of training for our newly adopted Springboard curriculum. Spring Board is the Language Arts curriculum grades 6-12 in the White River School District. The curriculum was designed by the College Board and infuses rigor, high expectations, and differentiates for all students at all grade levels. Not only does the program prepare students for pre AP and Advanced Placement coursework in the high school but it also provides culturally and personally relevant activities designed to engage students in problem solving, academic discourse, and critical analysis. What makes this curriculum a rigorous and powerful connector to advanced coursework is the consistent exposure to critical thinking skills and behaviors which are commonly found in college level course work. Texts become more increasingly difficult, and writing tasks are increasingly complex in order to build the students ability to write for a broad range of purposes and audiences. ALGEBRA AND GEOMETRY – Students at GMS are assessed frequently to monitor learning and gauge a student’s readiness for algebra and geometry. Students at GMS have consistently scored high on the End of Course exam for Algebra and Geometry > 99%. Much of this success is dedicated to the tireless professionals who offer extensive math support and interventions which we call Math Camp and Algebra Camp.

HIGH SCHOOL CREDITS IN THE MIDDLE SCHOOL – Glacier middle school offers multiple opportunities for students to

receive high school credit. Students can claim high school credit in Algebra, Geometry, and Spanish. These credits can be redeemed during the high school career. The family chooses whether or not they want to claim the middle school grade for the high school GPA. Students also fulfill the Washington State History credit for graduation while in middle school. It is my sincere pleasure to serve your family and educate your child as a part of the White River School District. I am so proud and honored to be a part of the work in this district and most importantly to serve you and your family. Please join us at Glacier by volunteering your time, supporting the PTSA or joining our Watch DOGS (Dads of Great Students) group! - Greg Borgerding

Glacier Middle School PTSA, founded in June 2013, is a proud organization of parents, students and staff. Our mission is to host activities which enrich the families, students, staff and citizens of White River. Whether members in the community have children in the school or not, we hope to bridge the relationships and build a strong community of parents, students, staff and citizens, of all ages, and create new traditions, profitable ventures, growth and lasting fun memories. In just a few short months we have grown from a small group of 5 board members as well as several new charter members and supporters, to over 100 PTSA members and counting! We have already had two fundraising events, which have yielded over $1500 in profit and it's only September. Be sure to check out the Glacier PTSA Facebook page. We are dedicated parents, who just want the best for our children and community, and will do our part to make sure they have it. If you would like to learn more about this exciting PTSA at Glacier, email us at: or send us a note via mail at: Glacier PTSA PO BOX 761 Buckley, WA 98321 884712

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Rotary honors pair from EHS, White River Members of the Enumclaw Rotary Club recognized two students as Students of The Month during their Sept. 19 meeting. Hayden Schmitt, son of Carol and Gregg Schmitt Hayden Schmitt of Enumclaw, was the recipient from Enumclaw High School. He has a 4.0 cumulative grade-point average and is co-president of the National Honor Society. As a distance runner, he serves as captain of the track and cross country teams and also serves as a youth leader with Young Life. He hopes to attend the Air

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The second season for Enumclaw of South Puget Sound League 3A action begins 7 p.m. Friday on the road at Auburn Memorial Stadium against Auburn Mountainview. Neither team has played a league game. The Lions are 1-3 and Enumclaw is 2-2. Enumclaw traveled to Vancouver,

Wash. Friday to play Skyview and lost 49-7. Skyview is in the 4A Greater St. Helens conference. Enumclaw scored the touchdown in the second quarter. At halftime the game was 21-7. Skyview scored 14 in the third and fourth quarters. The Hornets next five games will be the chase for postseason play. After the Lions, Enumclaw plays Lakes, Bonney Lake, Peninsula and Decatur.

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John Urquhart. “Council member Dembowski and Council member Dunn’s ordinance gives our marine unit another tool to hold BUI offenders accountable and get our deputies back on the water as soon as possible. I thank them for their leadership on this issue.” The King County Sheriff ’s Office Marine Unit patrols rivers and lakes – both big and small – throughout the county. The legislation also gives the authority to impound drifting or unattended vessels if the owner cannot be located.


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are due in late November. Halsey, who will earn $100,000 a year, will be steering the nine-member commission as it sorts through applications this winter and decides next February which to authorize. His exact role is getting formulated but he said he expects to be an “active participant” in the decisionmaking. Halsey, who is married and a father of two young children, is an unfamiliar name for many veterans entrenched in the state’s education establishment. And he arrives as an almost complete unknown to those who waged battle on the charter school initiative as he steered clear of the fight. This should give him an unsullied foundation on which to build relationships with those trumpeting the value of these alternative schools in helping students as well as those still trying to prevent any from opening because they consider them unconstitutional. Commissioners chose him from a crowd of candidates which included some with experience doing a similar job in other states. He’ll also need to be adept in the political arena, a place he’s not been visible to this point in his career. Once the first charter school opens — possibly in fall 2014 — the state and school districts will have five years in which to authorize the 40 allotted charters. If the commission wants more it will need to convince the Legislature and governor to pass a law adjusting the cap. Charter schools still remain largely disliked in parts of the state and among many state lawmakers. All it will take is one less than shiny operation to surface to imperil chances of getting rid of the cap. Halsey said he is looking forward to successfully navigating those potentially choppy waters. “I want to make sure we create the best charter schools in the nation,” he said. “That’s what I’m all about.”


ST. ELIZABETH BIRTHS A girl, Addelynn Ann Marie Brown, born Sept. 5, 2013, to Siobhan Reitz and Garrett Brown of Carbonado. A boy, Russell Briton Kenneth Charles Puhl, born Sept. 22, 2013, to Jennifer Elder and Briton Puhl of Enumclaw. A girl, Macy Elizabeth, born Sept. 23, 2013, to Kirsten and Cody Elder of Bonney Lake. A girl, Maddison Leigh Moser, born Sept. 24, 2013, to Stefanie Wilkinson and Matthew Moser of Bonney Lake. A girl, Zoey Addelyn Mae Heston, born Sept. 26, 2013, to Jennifer and Kyle Heston of Enumclaw.

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It may not be hip, but God’s ways are eternal

JOY LONGMIRE Joy Longmire died Sept. 25, 2013, in Enumclaw, surrounded by family. She was born Maelizabeth Joy Phinney on Sept. 25, 1935, in Port Townsend, Wash. She graduated from Tahoma High School in 1954 then earned a degree in education



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a member of the International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers. He is survived by daughters Robin Hutchison of Enumclaw and Linette Hutchison of Harlan, Ken., and brother Alan Hutchison and wife Judy of Lake Stevens, Wash. He was preceded in death by grandson Pierre GosslinHutchison and brother Robert G. Hutchison.

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While working at Seattle City Light he taught classes at South Seattle Communit y College. After retirement, he Ronald Hutchison drove a bus for Metro Transit for several years. He loved salmon fishing, boating, snow skiing, camping, working on cars and working in his yard. He was

Enumclaw resident Ronald Reid Hutchison, 85, died Sept. 25, 2013. He was born June 7, 1928, in Seattle to Robert and Elizabeth Hutchison. He was an Eagle Scout and graduated from Ballard High School. He served two years in the U.S. Navy and four years in the Navy Reserves. He went to work for Seattle City Light and retired after 35 years of service.

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navigate the stars? What if you want you want to grow?  What if you want to get to know your maker as a friend? Then you’re going to need something more than a warm fuzzy. Then you’re going to need to “ask for the ancient paths” and “ask where the good way is” and then “walk in it.” Maybe it’s time you got a little more serious about your faith.  You will not be different until you do. I’ll see you on Sunday. Be true!

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from Washington State College. She began her career teaching physical education at North Thurston High School and ended it teaching at the Early Childhood Development Center in Sumner. She spent 20 years between her career stops on Fair Breeze Farm in Olympia, Wash., raising her family and helping run the family business. She is survived by her husband of 54 years, Ken; three children; brother Jim Phinney and family; and six grandchildren.

ship. Servanthood never goes out of style. Self-sacrifice is always “in.” Love for one another is as constant an expectation as gravity. And learning God’s Word is not optional, if you want to experience Him. C.S. Lewis tells about a pilot who said, “I’ve felt God in the stars, and walking on the beach at night. He’s much greater than all your theology.”  Well, yes, the pilot’s reasoning is fine so long as you’re content with walks on the beach and staring out the window.  But what if you want to cross the ocean or


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Are you terminally It’s the road to confusion.  hip? The Bible says, “Stand Church Lots of people are.  They at the crossroads and look; Corner ask for the ancient paths, love new stuff just because it’s new, which is a fine ask where the good way Greg Daulton policy if you’re looking for is, and walk in it, and Mount Rainier a house or a car but isn’t you will find rest for your Christian Center wise if you’re looking for souls”  (Jeremiah 6:16). directions.  Or wisdom.  In other words - seek the You see, God’s ways are stuff that has stood the eternal. They do not change.  The great mis- test of time.  take of many believers is that they keep lookFor example, there’s no substitute for ing for a new or different Jesus.  That’s silly.  prayer. There’s no alternative to wor-

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OBITUARIES FROM 21 Memorials may be made to Franciscan Hospice, P.O. Box 1502, Tacoma, 984019836.

An inurnment service, with military honors, is planned for 3 p.m. Thursday, Oct. 10, at Tahoma National Cemetery. All may sign the online guest book at Arrangements are by Weeks’ Enumclaw Funeral Home.

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ELAINE SALVATORI L. Elaine Salvatori, 78, died Sept. 4, 2013, in Bellingham, Wash., with her family at her side. She was born Feb. 27, 1935, in Walla Walla, Wash., to Millard Ebbert and Lois (Piper). She graduated in 1953 from Jefferson High School in Portland, Ore. She worked for Northwest Airlines in Seattle, where she met David Gauthier. They married in 1961 and raised their two children in Enumclaw. She married Erwin Salvatori of Ocean Shores, Wash., in 1995. She enjoyed traveling, gardening, cooking, breeding West Highland terriers and studying genealogy. She is survived by mother Lois Ebbert;

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Sunday, Oct. 6 • 10:00am

Everyone is welcome to bring their animals for the blessing service. Small animals like dogs, cats, and rabbits will be blessed during the service in the church sanctuary. Larger animals like horses, cattle, and sheep will be blessed outside following the service. Animals are an important part of our lives, and in the creation account in Genesis, God blessed the animals and said it was good. Animal blessing services are held at many churches in celebration of St. Francis preaching to the animals. For more information, contact Hope Lutheran Church or We are accepting donations of pet food at both services to be taken to Plateau Outreach Ministries.

We are offering FREE informative seminars to provide support and education. Thursday, JuLy 11, 2:00 pm

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Whether you are a family member, professional provider or want to further your education, you are invited to learn how to help support and care for those with Alzheimer’s disease and dementia. All seminars are free and open to the public.

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children Jean Gauthier and David Gauthier and wife Kelli; stepchildren Douglas Walker, Cynthia Kennedy; Denny and Jonathan and Jana Jones; brother David Ebbert and wife Carol; sister Glenda Jones and husband Harmon; and two grandchildren. She was preceded in death by her father and husband Erwin Salvatori. A celebration of her life is planned for Sunday, Oct. 6, at Wesley Gardens in Des Moines, Wash. In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions are suggested to For more information, contact 360-2017771.

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Lois Burleson

Lois Burleson of Enumclaw, born Lois Darlene Petersen to Lester and Ida Petersen of Saint Martin, South Dakota on November 4, 1933, peacefully passed away at Valley Medical Center in Renton. Lois was surrounded by her loving family when she left this earth to be with God and her husband. She spent her childhood in Saint Martin, SD on the family farm working and playing alongside her seven brothers and sisters and five step and half siblings. In her late teens, Lois moved to Oregon to attend beauty school that her mother paid for by selling her homemade cinnamon rolls. While living in Oregon, Lois met her future husband, Gene Burleson, whom she soon married. Gene and Lois settled in Seattle, Washington then later moved to Kent, Washington, where they raised two girls, Debra Jean and Elois Joann (“Jodi”). They raised their family on a farm raising chickens and cows. Lois devoted her life to her family, friends and community. She received numerous volunteer recognitions, including a thirty year pin from Camp Fire, with whom she was a group leader for her daughters and granddaughters. Lois and Gene loved to travel, had a membership with the Elks club, were very active with the Marine Corps League and members at Wabash Presbyterian in Enumclaw. Lois said that her greatest accomplishments were “being partners with my husband of 60 years; being a stay at home mom to raise our two daughters; being a positive inspiration as a campfire leader; being there for all my nieces and nephews as a positive role model, as they lived with us intermittently on the farm; and providing child care for my grandchildren and great grandchildren”. Lois enjoyed quilting, canning, baking, cooking, crafting and making scrap books. She loved to tell her story to the family and hosted many family reunions. Lois was preceded in death by the love of her life, Gene Burleson. Survivors include their daughters and sons-in-law, Debbie and Bill Russell of Maple Valley and Jodi and Jerry Warren of Maple Valley; Grandkids and their families, Brad, Katie, Ashley and Avery Boswell of Liberty Lake; Jolene, Scott, Alexis and Ben Miller of Enumclaw; Christy, Bryant, Madison and Braedon Billingsley of Enumclaw; Gabe and Sara Russell of Enumclaw; and Danny, Sundee, Haylee and Ella Jene Boswell of Maple Valley. She is also survived by her sister Laverne Martin of Oak Harbor, nephews Bill Burleson of Yakima and Ed Petersen of Hainsville, and niece Angel Gonzales of Renton, as well as many other loving family members and friends. Lois will be dearly missed as she played such a significant role in the lives of those around her. Services were held at 10 a.m. on Tuesday September 24th at Wabash Church. Burial was held at Tahoma National Cemetery at 1:15 p.m. with a reception following at Cherokee Bay Community Clubhouse. 883985 or

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discharges to the White River. Any person desiring to present their views to the Department of Ecology concerning this application may notify Ecology in writing within 30 days from the last date of publication of this notice. Comments may be submitted to: Wa s h i n g t o n D e p t . o f Ecology Water Quality Program – Industrial Stormwater PO Box 47696 O l y m p i a , W A 98504-7696 # 514320 9/25/13, 10/2/13 Newland Communities, 33400 9th Ave S, #206, F e d e r a l W a y, W A 98003, is seeking coverage under the Washington State Department of Ecology’s Construction Stormwater NPDES and State Waste Discharge General Permit. The proposed project is a road project to extend and improve 199th Ave Ct E from the City of Bonney Lake boundary near 107th St Ct E south to the City boundary near the intersection of 198th Ave E and 112th St E for a distance of approximately 1,450 feet. This road project is entirely within the City of

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SUPERIOR COURT OF WASHINGTON FOR KING COUNTY The Estate of JUDITH LEA VAUGHN, Deceased. Case No. 13-4-10571-1KNT PROBATE NOTICE TO CREDITORS (RCW 11.40.030) SUSAN E. GOEGEBUER and LAUREL E. K I N G h ave b e e n a p pointed as Co-Executrices/ Personal Representatives of this estate. A ny p e r s o n h av i n g 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 o n e o f t h e Pe r s o n a l Representatives or the Personal Representatives’ 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 Representatives served or mailed the notice to the creditor as provided under RCW 11.40.020(1) (c); or (2) four months after the date of first publication of the notice. If the claim is not presented within this time frame, 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: September 13, 2013. Date of First Publication: September 18, 2013. FA R R L AW G R O U P, PLLC By: M. Owen Gabrielson, WSBA #34214 P.O. Box 890 Enumclaw, WA 98022 Attorneys for Co-Executrices/ Personal Representatives /s/ Susan E. Goegebuer Co-Executrix/Personal Representative /s/ Laurel E. King Co-Executrix/Personal Representative # 513690 9/18/13, 9/25/13, 10/2/13 SUPERIOR COURT OF WASHINGTON FOR KING COUNTY The Estate of MYRTLE L. MCNEES, Deceased. Case No. 13-4-09790-4 KNT PROBATE NOTICE TO CREDITORS (RCW 11.40.030) C H A R LTO N J . MCNEES has been app o i n t e d a s E xe c u t o r / Personal Representative of this estate. Any person having a claim against the decedent that arose before the decedent’s death must, before the time the claim would be barred by any o t h e r w i s e a p p l i c a bl e 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 Repre-

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SHIH-TZU PUPPIES for HORSE SALE sale in Monroe. Social- OPEN CONSIGNMENT ized, playful boys and October 6, 2013 g i r l s. B l a ck w / w h i t e Tack at Noon freckles. White w/ black Horses at 3PM s p o t s. O n e Tr i - C o l o r. Enumclaw Sales Wormed and have their Pavillion first shots. Asking $500 22712 SE 436th each. You may call or Enumclaw, WA 98022 email me for pictures or (360)825-3151 or make an appointment to (360)825-1116 s e e . L e ave m e s s a g e 360-863-2025. HUNTER’S SPECIAL: 2 Horse Walk-In Trailer with Feed Area. Large Tack Room with A Perm a n e n t M e a t Po l e. $3,000. No Reasonable Offer Refused. To See, Call: 425-880-4949. General Pets

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AKC German Shepherd puppies. Ready for their new family! Black & Tan. Healthly, UTD vaccines & worming. $800. Spay/neuter rebate. Call, text or email. 425-3594467 Services Animals

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Garage/Moving Sales King County AUBURN

MOVING SALE: 1 DAY ONLY! Misc. Household, Clothes, Craft Items & Much, More! Sat, Oct 5th, 9 - 4, 5503 Elizabeth Ave SE, Lakeland Hills AUBURN

MOVING SALE 9 AM - 5 PM!! Collectibles, clothing, toys, furniture & tons more! October 4 th , 5 th and 6th located at White River Estates, 4248 A St SE #503, Auburn, 98002

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Garage/Moving Sales King County



1313 PORTER SREET, back of house. October 4th and 5th. 9 am - 4 pm. Rain cancels. Grandma moved 35 years worth of a wide variety of items! Enumclaw

Hometown Harvest Sale October 5th, 9AM-4PM. Pumpkins, gourds, children’s crafts, demonstrat i o n s . B e n e f i t s Fo o d Banks Donations. Follow signs south 244th.

YA R D S A L E : Fr i d ay, 10/4, 9am-2pm, Saturday, 10/5, 9am-12pm. 29101 SE 371st Street By Deep Lake, Follow signs, park on road. No more haunted house, TO N S o f H a l l owe e n i t e m s , h u g e s p i d e r, glowing gargoyle, electric chair and, much more. Lots of clothes, house wares, 2 hutches, 8 piece full set Dansk Concer to dishes, cash only please. or

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BONNEY LAKE LIONS 4 KIDS Fundraiser. Plus lots of; furniture, toys, clothing and shoes (for men and women; all sizes), jewelry, purses, house hold items, collectibles and much, much more! Saturday only 9 a m - 4 p m . Fo l l o w signs behind Bonney Lake Grocery Outlet.


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45th Annual Monroe Swap Meet, October 12th & 13th, Evergreen S t a t e Fa i r G r o u n d s , M o n r o e Wa . Ve n d o r s $40/per stall per weekend. Car Corral, $40 per stall per weekend. Free A d m i s s i o n . S a t u r d ay 8am-5pm. Sunday 8am3pm. Autos, Motorcycles, Tractors, Stationery Engines, Parts, Antiques & Collectibles.

Pickup Trucks Ford

30 FOOT 2001 Aerbus. Needs motor work. $10,000 or best offer. 206-276-3727

2006 BUICK LUCERNE CXS Sleek black cruiser. V-8 with 63,000 mi. Remote start, power seats, cruise control, moon roof. Harmon Kardon audio system! Beautiful car in extremly excel cond! Downsizing, too many vehicles. $12,495 obo. Auburn, near Black Diamond. Call 360-8860136. Automobiles Others

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1973 VW SUPER Beetle. 1600cc Dual Por t Motor. Great gas mileage, fun to drive, excellent in snowy conditions! $3,500. Call 206-7643121 for details. Leave message.

2005 F350, 4x4, diesel, super cab, 5,490 miles, 2 pages of options can e m a i l . $ 3 5 , 0 0 0 / O B O, $60K invested with options. Save $30,000 over new! (425)220-1156

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Glacier Vista, 23710 SE 473rd. Friday- Saturday, 9AM-7PM. Big plant and holiday sale. Halloween- dishes, tablecloths, candle holders, capes, rats, bats, cats, spiders, ghouls, skeletons, tombstones, webbing, black lights etc. Christmasvillage set, train set, Mr. and Mrs. Santa, angel, candles, ribbon, silk flowers, tablec l o t h s , d e c o r, e t c . Plants- trees, shrubs, ferns, grasses, hostas, iris, heucheras, perennials, ground covers, succulents, etc. Hundreds of plants. Easte r - b a s ke t s , d e c o r. Garage is full. All like new.

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Plateau Homes ENUMCLAW

Brand new roof on home and shop with fully transferable warranty. Welcome to this 3 bedroom, 2.5 bath, 2060 sq ft Home. Private lot with over 1/2 acre with beautiful views of Mt. Peak, over 300 sq ft of covered back porch, 2 car attached garage AND large detached shop is a handyman’s dream with workshop, A/C and Electric heat, loft storage and office. Homes Recent updates include: new kitchen counters, floors, updated appliances. Large master has walk in closet, updated 3/4 bath, VERY light and bright throughout home. 46318 287th Ave SE, Enumclaw 98022 - MLS# 514389

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Acreage close to town in Enumclaw with 2 Tax Parcels or the possibility to Subdivide

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Large Rambler or 2 Story with one BR on Main Floor. 4 Bedroom, Den, 3 Car Garage, Two + Baths

2-3 Bedroom Home in City Limits of Buckley or Enumclaw 150-250 Price Range

Welcome to your 3050 sq ft, 5 bedroom. 2.5 bath home on almost 3/4 of an acre on 2 parcels. Enter into openness as the hardwoods flow throughout the spacious living area. Large open kitchen with granite counters with abundant windows that glance out over the private backyard. 700 sq ft entertainment size deck leads down to a water feature and nice sized yard. Upstairs you’ll find the master, 3 additional bedrooms and loft. Downstairs offers a rec room, additional bedroom, laundry room, storage room and bath. Don’t wait! 46229 287th Ave SE, Enumclaw 98022 - MLS# 495456

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Large 3 bedroom-2.5 bath Tri Level nestled on 5.8 acres of tranquility! Formal living with large stone fireplace, dining room with slider to upper patio. Newly updated kitchen with Stainless appliances and hardwood floors. Entertainment size family room with fireplace & wood stove insert, fun wet bar for movie night, slider to lower patio. Large front lawn and pasture area. loads of room for parking/RV. Big back yard features nice landscaping two level patio and rockery, utility building. Nature at its best! MLS#544602

Call Brian Hopper 253-350-9461






At the foot of the cascade mountain range located on a beautiful private five acre setting, this Enumclaw home has plenty to offer! Custom built in it’s entirety; the siding of the home has been skillfully milled from actual tree’s on site! Guests are greeted with a massive covered front entry, drawing you inside! Once inside hand scraped hardwood flooring brings you into a massive great room, with a beautiful stone laden gas fireplace, and soaring ceilings. The first floor also has a study (or could be a guest bedroom), plenty of storage closets, utility room, three car garage, with work space, and a studio off the garage.With this serene setting, and abundance of privacy, this home is an Enumclaw gem! MLS# 522923 SPI

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Beautiful 3 bedroom, 2.5 bath custom built 3270 sq ft home on a level 2.68 acres. Main floor master suite with walk-in closet and spa bath. Upscale styling throughout includes painted mill work, 10 and12 foot ceilings, grand spindle staircase. Great room with built-ins and gas fireplace. Island kitchen with ample cabinets and counter space, walkin pantry. Main floor den and exercise room. Upstairs bonus, secondary bedrooms and full bath. Covered outdoor living for year ‘round BBQ’s. MLS# 518236

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Stunning Victorian comprehensively updated in 2011 giving up to date amenities while staying true to the architecture. Get lost in the attention to detail, craftsmanship and moldings that give each room its own identity. Chef inspired Viking kitchen with exquisite cabinetry and surfaces. Hardwood floors throughout most of the main level. Master en suite with heated marble floors. 3rd floor office/game room. 4 bedrooms, 3.5 baths. MLS# 536496



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135 Jefferson Ave. Ste K. Buckley

Fall 2013 Stock Up! Beef Sale!

Custom Cutting & Processing - Send Us Your Livestock Call Early! Grass Fed is in Limited Supply!


Our Best 50 lb Economy Pack BEEF, PORK, POULTRY ITEMS #CUTS AVG. WT. ITEMS #CUTS AVG. WT. T-Bone Steak 4 4 lb. Smoked Pork Chops 4 2 lb. Rib Steak 4 4 lb. Lean Ground Beef 10 10 lb. Sirloin Steak 2 1 lb. Country Sausage 4 4 lb. Sirloin Tip Steak 2 1 lb. Bnls. Chicken Breast 4 4 lb. Hanging Tenderloin Steak 2 4 lb. Hawaiian Pork Roast 1 4 lb. Fillets 4 2 lb. or Italian Porketta Tri-Tip Marinated 1 2 lb. Retail $339.10 Boneless Chuck Roast 1 4 lb. SAVE $110 4 lb. Total Price Bnls. Rump/Sirloin Tip Roast 1



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is Grass and Pasture Fed Beef, “Naturally Grazing Daily” Their diet is supplemented with grains, vegetable, and corn silage which intensifies the marble effect in the meat for maximum flavor and tenderness. No Antibiotics or Added Hormones!


We offer natural fed beef, pork, lamb and a full line of buffalo. Our steaks, roast and ground meat are cut fresh daily at our old fashioned meat counter. We offer several varieties of meat packs from 20 lb. up to 100 lb. We also offer beef and pork sides or quarters, and whole lambs. Sale Ends

EBT 11/2/13

20104 SE 436th • Enumclaw (Located 5 miles west of Enumclaw on Hwy. 164)

Fall 2013 Stock Up! Pork Sale! Oktoberfesting STARTS HERE! 30 lbs. SPLIT Mobile Farm Slaughter! Custom FRESH & SMOKED 1/2 HOG PACK Processing! Send Us Your Livestock! 30 DAYS ONLY!


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20104 SE 436th • Enumclaw (Located 5 miles west of Enumclaw on Hwy. 164) Hours: Mon: 8am-5pm, Tue-Fri: 8am-6pm, Sat 8am-5pm, Closed Sunday





Naturally Fed Sides or Whole Hog




Salon 410


your beef in our aging cooler. We will then custom process according to your instructions. You pay when you pick it up. (up to 30 days from ordering)

Same GREAT service now in a new location!

Second of equal or lesser value. Not valid with other offers. Bonney Lake location 10-31-13 only. Expires 09/30/13

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Order now for Winter 2013 Grass fed beef!

250 Roosevelt Ave E. Enumclaw • 360.284.2312

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Located behind Enumclaw Video in Safeway Plaza Call for Showtimes 360.284.2326 or

Come see me - Walk-ins welcome Wed-Sat 9-5 • Later by appointment

your beef in our aging cooler. We will then custom process according to your instructions. You pay when you pick it up. (up to 30 days from ordering)



The true goal is prevention of illness, pain and suffering; to help you, as a pet owner, provide a longer, healthier and happier life for your best friend!


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Evening Appointments Available


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135 Jefferson Ave Ste K Buckley

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Enumclaw Courier-Herald, October 02, 2013  

October 02, 2013 edition of the Enumclaw Courier-Herald

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