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With the passage of the $195 million school bond by voters, Tahoma School District officials are turning their attention to next steps and going forward with the long list of projects. The first step for the Tahoma School Board is to select a contractor, district spokesman Kevin Patterson TAHOMA said. He added SCHOOL DISTRICT that the district will utilize the general contractor construction manager process for the high school project. That means that the contractor will work with the architects, DLR Group, from the beginning in designing the school. That, Patterson said, will help minimize change orders during the project and give the district more leverage in dealing with any unforeseen

The city of Maple Valley is projecting that jail costs will finish the year up 144 percent over 2012 while court costs are estimated to be nearly 70 percent higher. Prior to this year the city had interlocal agreements for both courts and jail services with the city of Enumclaw. MAPLE This year Maple VALLEY Valley moved to interlocal agreements with Kent for those services. In 2012 Maple Valley spent $237,379 on court costs, according to city documents. In 2013 the budgeted amount for court services was $328,000. As of Sept. 30 the city spent $278,195 with a year end estimate of $403,233. In 2012 the city spent $83,427 on jail costs. In 2013 the budgeted

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Veldwky, 2, sits on the shoulders of Guy Woodell, her step-grandfather who served in the A Day To Hailey Navy. The family was at Tahoma National Cemetery for the Veterans Day ceremony. Remember To view a slide show go to www.maplevalleyreporter.com.

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Grown ups to battle for teen musicians’ approval BY KRIS HILL khill@maplevalleyreporter.com

A battle of the bands event seemed like the perfect kickoff event for Megan Sheridan’s new nonprofit, Pull Together. Sheridan was brainstorming with Arielle Young, a musician who helps Dace Anderson run Dace’s Rock ‘n’ More that has locations in Maple Valley and Redmond.

“I love what they do (at Rock ‘n’ More),” Sheridan said. “The bottom line is the goal of the battle of the bands is to help with tuition assistance to give kids access to lessons.” Initially the idea was to do a traditional battle with a bunch of youth bands competing for prizes. It made sense to work with Young and Anderson. “What business do we have in

town that we could partner with, do something fun,” Sheridan said. “It just made sense knowing the role they play here and the role they want to play.” Sheridan, who lives in Maple Valley, started Pull Together in an effort to bring all the resources in the city to bear to help create the kind of community she believes residents want to live in. She thought a battle of the bands would be a great place to start as she pursuits her nonprofit tax exemption status and partnering with Rock ‘n’ More could bolster that effort further. “With all the hoops to go [ more BATTLE page 7 ]

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Members of Heat perform during Dace’s Rock ‘n’ More’s spring Rockcital in March. They will judge Pull Together’s inaugural Battle of the Bands. DENNIS BOX, The Reporter

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Chorale. Visit the newly-decorated Japanese Room and see recently added ethnic artifacts, reflecting the culture and heritage of the immigrant tenant farmers who rented the property for several decades through the 1970s. Proceeds go toward operating expenses and the continuing restoration of Neely Mansion, a county, state and national landmark, built by one of Washington Territory’s earliest and most influential pioneer families. The house and grounds, which include a 1930 Japanese bathhouse, reflect the

Neely Family legacy and that of the several diverse families who lived there. Tours will be held at 12:30 p.m., 2 p.m., and 3:30 p.m. on Dec. 7, and at 1 p.m. and 2:30 p.m. on Dec. 8. The cost is $15 per person. Advance reservations are required. To register visit www.neelymansion.org or call 253-850-2777. The Neely Mansion is located at 12303 Auburn-Black Diamond Road, Auburn, just east of the state Route 18/Auburn-Black Diamond Road exit.

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CIVIL SERVICE COMMISSION OPENING Black Diamond is seeking applicants to fill a vacancy on the Civil Service Commission. The term for this position will commence on Jan. 1, 2014, and expire Dec. 31, 2019. Any resident who has resided in Black Diamond for three years and is interested in serving the community is encouraged to submit an application . The application due date is 4 p.m., Nov. 22. Contact Luzville Goebel at 360-8865700 for more info.

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Covington’s proposed transportation benefit district ballot measure was losing by six votes by the end of Tuesday. The City Council approved putting the matter to voters because it doesn’t have enough money to fix streets and would like to add another officer to its police force. If the trend continues, the city will spend its reserves for road projects in four years. The TBD would, if it

passes, generate revenue through a sales tax increase of 0.2 percent — from 8.6 percent to 8.8 percent — to fill the coffers of its street fund and could generate as much as $750,000 a year. As of late July, the street fund is expected to be short $56,000 this year. City Manager Derek Matheson explained to the Covington Rotary July 26 that the recession, higher gas prices, inflation and statewide ballot measures reduced the cash flow into the city’s street fund. Matheson wrote in an

email the morning after the first round of ballots were counted that he wasn’t ready to give up on the TBD yet and as of Nov. 7, he wrote, “the ballot measure’s outcome is still very much undetermined.” City officials are thinking about what happens either way. “If it passes, we’ll start the process to hire another police officer, create an annual street overlay program, and implement the other, smaller programs identified by the TBD board,” Matheson wrote.

Man found dead after standoff in Covington BY KRIS HILL khill@covingtonreporter.com

A man was found dead in a Covington home Sunday evening after a long standoff following an alleged domestic violence incident with his wife in Renton. The series of events began around 1:20 p.m. Sunday, according King County Sheriff ’s Office

spokeswoman Sgt. Cindi West, at a house in the 17100 block of Southeast 134th Street in the East Renton Highlands. The man allegedly threatened his wife with a gun, West wrote in an email Monday, then drove to a home in the Covington Firs neighborhood. Tuesday morning West wrote in an email that the man lived in the

Matheson added that there will be a one-time street overlay program in 2014 whether the TBD passes or not because the city got a grant for projects in the northern part of the city. “If it fails, I expect the City Council/Transportation Benefit District Board will start to talk about next steps at its annual retreat in January, if not before,” Matheson wrote. “Options include placing it on the ballot again, imposing a $20 vehicle license fee like the Maple Valley TBD, increas-

house in the East Renton Highlands with his wife, children and her parents. “The suspect pulled a gun on his wife and then fled to his parents house (in Covington),” West wrote Tuesday. “A deputy saw the suspect drive toward the house and tried to stop the vehicle but the suspect pulled into the driveway of the house and held a gun to his head. He held the gun to his head for a while, then went on the porch of the house still holding the gun to his head. Deputies tried to talk him into putting the gun down but he refused.” West wrote that the man then barricaded himself in the house

ing the General Fund’s $250,000 annual subsidy to the Street Fund (which is possible only with sustained economic growth), and reducing Street Fund programs as the fund runs out of money.” Ballots were not counted Monday because King County offices were closed for Veterans Day. Another round of ballots were to be counted and results posted Wednesday afternoon.

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and would not leave. He was alone. Negotiators were called to the scene as was the county’s SWAT team. Around 4:30 p.m. deputies heard what sounded like a gunshot from inside the house. “A robot was deployed — with a camera — and the man appeared to be injured or dead,” West wrote. “(SWAT) entered the house and saw that the man had what appeared to be a self-inflicted gunshot wound. Medics confirmed the man was dead.” West added that nearby homes were evacuated and some streets in the neighborhood were closed in the interest of the safety of residents in the area.

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OQ U O T E O F N O T E : ”All we have to decide is what to do with the time that is given us.” Gandalf, “The Fellowship of the Ring”

Bond measure a victory for all

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Before the Nov. 5 election I was cautiously optimistic about the possibility of the Tahoma School District’s $195 million construction bond measure would pass. Then the first round of ballots were tallied and the results posted the evening of Nov. 5. What I saw when I was finally able to pull up the results online — I had a hard time finding them while also sifting through the Maple Valley and Covington city council race numbers — blew my expectations out of the water. I knew the bond measure was passing before I saw the numbers as Katherine Smith sent me a message to tell me that Tahoma had good news. To see that already 68 percent of ballots were marked yes at that point, which was about 8,000, was beyond what I thought would happen. I conservatively guessed it would pass with about 61 percent of the vote. District officials and members of the VOTE Yes committee, which campaigned on behalf of TSD, told us and Facebook followers they expected the numbers to trend upward with possibly as much as a 70 percent approval rating once the election is certified later this month. As I write this on Tuesday morning — another round of counted ballots were to be posted at 4:30 p.m. — the support had trended upward toward 68.99 percent or 8,679 ballots cast in favor of the bond. Considering the last bond measure garnered less than 53 percent approval when it needed a supermajority of 60 percent to pass, as did this year’s measure, in April 2011, that is a considerable swing in a community which I consider to be fiscally conservative especially when it comes to tax increases. I attribute the success to a number of things. First, I think the economy has improved enough in the past two and a half years that voters

Not all minutes are the same Be it a history lecture or Greek philosophy, we are told about time lines, which move relentlessly forward without pause. This seems to hold true in our daily lives; we certainly never wake up and find ourselves reliving yesterday. But while that is true when we measure time in small quantities, we find it is far from constant. When scientists speak of a minute they are speaking in terms of average time. Time is not a constant march forward but rather small steps forward and backward. Each minute varies in length so when a scientist speaks of a minute he is referring to the average length of a minute. Albert Einstein in his Theory of Relativity discovered that an object moving a long distance at a constant speed took different Science Corner

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are more comfortable with this tax increase. Granted, not all voters are since 31 percent voted against it and I understand that. In any case, the district had plenty of good signs in the past year as Maple Valley Fire’s last levy lid lift was passed, the Tacoma School District’s bond measure passed in February, Auburn School District’s efforts to raise $110 million to renovate Auburn High passed last fall on the third try, to name just a few indicators people are more likely to support these kinds of ballot measures in the region than in 2011. What I also believe led to the bond’s passage is the way VOTE Yes campaigned this time around. I followed the committee’s posts on Facebook and it was clear to me the members took nothing for granted. They communicated the urgency of dealing with the district’s overcrowding in an effective way by imparting that message in a variety of ways from interviews with The Reporter as well as all of the local television stations to sign waving at the Four Corners intersection to doorbelling to a website with well-articulated arguments supported with

data. They also reached out more effectively to those who don’t have children in the district by bringing local real estate agents on board to help explain the economic impact it would have on the community such as a dip in home values — I was going to vote for it anyway, but as a homeowner, this struck me, too since we would like to sell our starter home in 2015 to buy something a bit roomier — as well as the difficulty that could create in attracting businesses here and the impact that could have on the community as a whole. At the center of all this was the district’s vision for a new Tahoma High School in what we have affectionately called the Donut Hole since 2007. This 154 acre piece of King County-owned property sits almost smack in the middle of the city of Maple Valley — a critical bit of trivia because Tahoma High is actually in the city of Covington now — which is home to a county transportation and roads facility, nine holes of Elk Run Golf Course and a large stand of trees. I am

amounts of time to cover the same distance. Given that the object was traveling at the same speed the only explanation was that time was not constant; time therefore had to be variable. This led scientists to try to break time down into ever smaller pieces to measure the variations in time. When quantum physicists, the examiners of infinitely small things, look at time they find that at an extremely small fractions of a second can vary by up to 1,800 percent, the average change being 200 percent. This means that a very small measure of time could be up to 18 times larger than another measurement of time. With 10 billion of these small pieces of time in a second, even with large variations in their length, a second will average out to be very close to the same measurement. It is like flipping a coin. You might get three heads in a row but if you flip a coin 1,000 times it would be surprising to get many more than 500 heads or 50 percent. Just like the coin toss when you combine 10 billion time measurements together each second would be essentially the same. For 300 years science had believed in the work of Sir Isaac Newton. He had worked out equations to explain motion; these used time

as a constant. For those of us who took physics class we would have used plenty of his equations in class and homework. Unfortunately, when his equations were used over extremely long distances the variations of time in a given measurement caused these equations to fail. Scientists since the early 1800’s realized that the equations did not fully work but without the new tools to investigate they continued to use and teach these equations as these formulas were the best they had. With the discovery that time is not constant such that a given length of time varies between different pieces of time, new questions began to emerge. For example, if time is not constant, does it have to be the same in every location? Time is different in various locations, and there are measures that can be taken to slow time down, speed it up, and other ways to manipulate time. I look forward to sharing how time moves at different speeds in different places and ways we can manipulate time in my next article.

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Alexander Link is a junior at Tahoma High school and a self described math nerd. He is taking two AP math courses this year and this will be his third year participating in Bear Metal, Tahoma’s robotics club.


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Unlike in 2011, when the district proposed a wide swath of fixes for a variety of schools, this proposed bond measure had a central project with a clear focus which would resolve the district’s increasingly challenging overcrowding issues. This vision was an easier sell, I think, and from what I could tell from the letters to the editor we received, the comments we got on those letters particularly the first one we got that voiced disapproval of the bond, along with the dialog I saw on the VOTE Yes committee’s Facebook profile led me to a cautious optimism about the bond. In late October I went for a run on a Saturday morning. As I set out to warm up, some volunteers were walking through

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will not be in a crowded elementary school. The kids in the district will continue to get the world-class education, the best teachers will stay and principals will be able to attract more incredible educators. Not only will our children benefit but the entire community will reap the rewards. Our investment of an additional $36 a month for a home worth $300,000 will be well worth it. It is considerably less expensive than what we spend for the juvenile and adult criminal justice systems, which is where those who don’t finish high school frequently end up, and a far more powerful an investment. Cheers to the community of voters in the Tahoma School District for making that investment.

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[ JAIL from page 1] on jail costs. In 2013 the budgeted amount for jail costs was $139,000. As of Sept. 30 the city spent $132,870 with a year end estimate of $202,065. Maple Valley City Manager David Johnston attributed increased court and jail costs for the city with paying current rates and growth that comes with being a growing city. Johnston said in a phone interview Tuesday that Enumclaw gave Maple Valley notice and terminated the courts and jail interlocal agreements because Maple Valley had outgrown Enumclawâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s facilities. â&#x20AC;&#x153;It (Maple Valleyâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s court traffic) was overflowing their municipal court facilities,â&#x20AC;? Johnston said. When the interlocal agreements with Kent were proposed to council members in August 2012, Johnston told council that an increased cost was to be expected because Enumclaw undercharged the city. â&#x20AC;&#x153;The issue that we need to understand is that we should have been paying a heck of a lot more to Enumclaw,â&#x20AC;? Johnston told council at the Aug. 6, 2012 meeting. Under the interlocal agreement for jail services with Enumclaw, Maple Valley paid a rate of $60 per prisoner per 24-hour period. Under the terms of the current interlocal agreement with Kent, Maple Valley pays for two guaranteed spots for prisoners at the Kent Corrections Facility every day at a rate of $220 per day, or a total of $80,300 a year. Maple Valley pays for those guaranteed spots regardless of whether or not there are Maple Valley inmates using them. In addition, Maple Valley pays $135 per additional inmate per calendar day. Those who are doing alternative programs â&#x20AC;&#x201D; like

Community News HOLIDAY GIVING FOR MAPLE VALLEY FOOD BANK Help make the holidays brighter for local neighbors in need through Maple Valley Food Band and Emergency Services. Additional Thanksgiving and Christmas Dinner Foods will be distributed to registered clients during one of their regular shopping visits in both November and December. Your monetary donation will help stock our shelves with traditional holiday food items during those months.

electronic monitoring â&#x20AC;&#x201D; are also counted as inmates. That a science,â&#x20AC;? Johnston said. â&#x20AC;&#x153;Sometimes youâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;re under, somemeans that if one of the two guaranteed spaces that Maple times youâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;re over. No one should be alarmed about that. Valley pays for is open an inmate who is electronically People commit crimes and you have to prosecute them.â&#x20AC;? monitored, for example, is counted as one of those spaces, When city officials searched for a new site for both jail or if there are more than two Maple Valley inmates at the and courts, Johnston said that the city looked for a court jail then those on electronic monitoring are billed as adthat was near a jail to reduce costs of transporting inmates ditional inmates. and that Kent and Issaquah rose to the top, with Kent beJohnston said other than the increased costs expected ing the first choice. from paying current rates explained there is one other Johnston added that at the time when Maple Valley reason which accounts for a significant amount was looking for services, the South Correctional of the increase in jail costs. Entity Multijurisdictional Misdemeanant Jail â&#x20AC;&#x201D; â&#x20AC;&#x153;We shouldnâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t â&#x20AC;&#x153;The volume of electronic monitoring is up, also known as SCORE â&#x20AC;&#x201D; didnâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t have what Maple be surprised and I donâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t think that when we negotiated this Valley needed. because we had thing anybody thought it would be as high as it â&#x20AC;&#x153;The time that we were looking at SCORE, a sweetheart is,â&#x20AC;? Johnston said Tuesday. â&#x20AC;&#x153;Thatâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s the driver.â&#x20AC;? they did not have a way to link up court to their deal for 12 years On the courts side, Maple Valley previously jail facility and therefore it was one of the reasons with Enumclaw.â&#x20AC;? paid $654 per hour for use of the Enumclaw we were really looking for a jail that was close to David Johnston court facilities. a municipal court,â&#x20AC;? Johnston said. â&#x20AC;&#x153;Now SCORE As part of the current agreement with Kent, has video court arraignment and stuff like that Maple Valley pays $14,583.33 per month â&#x20AC;&#x201D; or which weâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;ll be investigating.â&#x20AC;? $175,000 a year â&#x20AC;&#x201D; for two court days, one overThe current interlocal agreements are set to flow court day, and one jury day per month. In addition, in expire at the end of 2014. any month where more than 333 cases are filed, Maple Valâ&#x20AC;&#x153;Weâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;re seeing what it really costs to have a court facility ley pays an additional $4,000. Also, Maple Valley receives outside of an Enumclaw situation,â&#x20AC;? Johnston said Tuesday a quarterly invoice for other costs including witness, jury morning. â&#x20AC;&#x153;We shouldnâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t be surprised because we had a and jury summons and language interpreter fees as well as sweetheart deal for 12 years with Enumclaw.â&#x20AC;? the cost of printing court forms. As for why court costs were over even the anticipated and budgeted increase for this year, Johnston chalked it up to the flaws of developing a city budget. Reach Katherine Smith ksmith@maplevalleyreporter. â&#x20AC;&#x153;That type of service is one you have to provide so you com or 425-432-1209 ext. 5052. To comment on this do your best guess, itâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s where budgeting is more an art than story go to www.maplevalleyreporter.com.

Our buying power enables us to purchase food for about 53 cents to the retail grocer dollar. Last season, 1,210 Thanksgiving and Christmas family meals were provided. Donations can be mailed to: P O Box 322, Maple Valley, WA 98038; or made online through our secure website at www.maplevalleyfoodbank.org/donate. Childrenâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Christmas Gift Program: Help stock the gift center where registered parents can select Christmas gifts for their children, birth to age 15. In 2012, gifts were provided to grateful parents of 1,040 local children. New, unwrapped gifts are needed for children, birth to age 12, and $25 Gift Cards for children, age 13-15.

Collection sites around the community include: Maple Valley Food Bank, MV and Covington Libraries, MV Community Center, Covington MultiCare, and MV Fire Station No. 80 and 81. Parents may register for this program, in person, during food bank hours, Nov. 12 â&#x20AC;&#x201C; Dec. 12. Gift distribution is by appointment only. All Holiday Giving donations are needed by Dec. 15. Maple Valley Food Band and Emergency Services is located at 21415 Maple Valley Highway and serves Black Diamond, Covington, Hobart, Maple Valley, Ravensdale and thise within the boundaries of the Tahoma School District.

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through to become a nonprofit they can become my fiscal sponsor so they help me do what I want to do as I wait for my (nonprofit) designation and help them benefit financially,â&#x20AC;? Sheridan said. â&#x20AC;&#x153;The second piece of besides being able to help both of us is the whole point of battle of the bands is to raise money for youth programs community wide.â&#x20AC;? As the two women talked about this event, they pulled Anderson into the conversation and he proceeded to flip it on its head. â&#x20AC;&#x153;I started thinking about how it would work,â&#x20AC;? Anderson said. â&#x20AC;&#x153;A regular battle of the bands is tough,

especially when youâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;re trying to raise money. I donâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t know how I had this idea to flip it on its head, but, we have enough adult bands in the area so I had this vision. And, they never get a chance to do this.â&#x20AC;? Thus, three adult bands will be judged by Heat, a group of 12- and 13-yearold boys who have played music together for some time. â&#x20AC;&#x153;Anytime you have Heat involved in anything is a good idea because they bring a lot of energy to what they do,â&#x20AC;? Anderson said. â&#x20AC;&#x153;I had this idea, a lot of them are business leaders in Maple Valley, and theyâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;re going to be doing something that this group of 13 year old kids are pros at so

the kids are going to be able to look up and say â&#x20AC;&#x2DC;This is good, this is not so good, work on this.â&#x20AC;&#x2122;â&#x20AC;? Slated to perform for judging by the members of Heat are The Angry Beavers, the Rotary Gearheads and 30 Years After. And because thereâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s a silent auction involved, Sheridan said, it made sense to her, Young and Anderson to bring in an audience which has the disposable income to spend on those items. The battle of the bands is set to start at 6 p.m., Saturday, Nov. 23, at Tahoma Middle School. An after hours party will start after the battle concludes at 9 p.m. This is where the silent auction will happen, Young

said. â&#x20AC;&#x153;I want them to grow because of what they can offer to this community and what they do offer is amazing. Support the kids, support our community, thatâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s what it is all about.â&#x20AC;? Anderson said that while this may be a kickoff for Pull Together, it could be the beginning of so much more. â&#x20AC;&#x153;There was a pretty big economic downturn and everythingâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s starting to turn

and Anderson will perform, all at DaVine in Maple Valley. Sheridan explained the $25 ticket price for the event will be converted to a credit toward the silent auction. Sheridan said she and Young are more excited about this new concept than the original battle idea they came up with in September when they first talked. But Sheridan is particularly excited about what it could do for Rock â&#x20AC;&#x2DC;nâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; More, perhaps more so than it being a starting point event for Pull Together. â&#x20AC;&#x153;The big thing for me is because Pull Together is to help families, to provide a community where families can thrive,â&#x20AC;? Sheridan

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when we can permanently solve overcrowding changes the equation and allows us to be more flexible.â&#x20AC;? Other details still to be worked out include the possibility of the school district partnering with the city of Maple Valley to develop Summit Park and Ballfields. Patterson said that district administrators have had preliminary talks with David Johnston, Maple Valley city manager, and Greg Brown, city parks and recreation director. â&#x20AC;&#x153;Whew, we passed the bond, but woah, now we have a lot of work to do,â&#x20AC;? Patterson said. â&#x20AC;&#x153;But itâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s positive work, itâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s problem solving work..itâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s very exciting.â&#x20AC;?

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most visible parts will take a few years,â&#x20AC;? Patterson said. For the new high school, planning and permitting is expected to take one year, followed by a year of site prep before the building can start going up, with an expected opening for the 2017-2018 school year. Some of the other projects, like tearing down the B building of Lake Wilderness Elementary School as well as remodeling and adding six classrooms and other realignment related remodeling projects wonâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t take place until the new high school is completed. Patterson said the school district is committed to not using double-shifting or year-round school schedules because the community approved the bond measure. Patterson said the district will find short-term solutions if needed before the high school, and requisite district restructuring, can be completed. â&#x20AC;&#x153;We will not implement alternative scheduling because it is disruptive to families and because it takes considerable time to plan for only a one or two year solution,â&#x20AC;? Patterson wrote in an email Nov. 8. â&#x20AC;&#x153;Instead, we will seek short-term ways to house students until we can open the new high school and realign our other schools. Having a definite date

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Unraveling the voter guide and joining the votersâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; club propaganda frenzy in the book â&#x20AC;&#x153;1984.â&#x20AC;? So as we sat there guiding our daughter through the voting process, we knew the only thing commercials served in our decision was to emphasize the passion of the issue. Then there is all that stuff on the ballot we arenâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t aware of. One year we Washington State voters apparently let a political monger out of the bag and heâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s been on the hunt for initiatives ever since. Gretchen Leigh

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My husband and I sat down with my oldest daughter last week to help her vote for the first time. Years ago, my daughters established political commercials were a bunch of garbage not to be believed. To them these commercials are little more than middle school squabbling by grown-ups. My oldest daughter even used these smear campaigns in 2010 to create a video report on how propaganda created media frenzy in real life compared with the

One of those initiative we approved was when our Washington legislature does its job without having a vote of the people, it needs to appear on the ballot after the fact so we can decide if they made good decisions or not. When you read them they donâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t make any sense and keep in mind theyâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;ve already been decided on and we just needed to decide whether these decisions should be maintained or repealed. My daughter was in despair about not understanding or knowing the issues when she sat down, but these bills that were decided

â&#x20AC;&#x153;without a vote of the peopleâ&#x20AC;? sent her over the edge. You start to feel really small when faced with a voterâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s ballot you donâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t understand. You felt like a fairly intelligent person when you sat down, but then youâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;re not so sure anymore. So my husband and I walked her through it. I read every issue out loud from the brochure, if we didnâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t understand it, I Googled it. Then we talked about it and cast our vote, armed with our new knowledge. Itâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s just a good thing we only have mail-in ballots in Washington State, because when you go to a voting poll booth, Iâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;m not

sure if they let you copy off each otherâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s papers or work in a group. I remember as a child my parents would go to the voting booth and when they came home Iâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;d ask them who they voted for. They told me people didnâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t talk about who they voted for; it was something to be kept to themselves. Why? It wasnâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t like I was asking if they lied about their weight on their driverâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s license or what they said in the confessional. I brought it up to my mom and she didnâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t know why they kept it a secret; except maybe to defer any disagreements. So we slogged through

our ballots. When we got to all the people we didnâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t know running for offices we didnâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t know about, my youngest daughter started yelling from the other room, â&#x20AC;&#x153;I donâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t like that person. Donâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t vote for them.â&#x20AC;? Donâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t fret young one, youâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;ll be in the club soon enough and you can make those decisions on your own.

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PUBLIC NOTICES CITY OF BLACK DIAMOND NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARINGS NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the Black Diamond City Council will be conducting two (2) public hearings: 1) proposed 2014 Preliminary Budget, and 2) proposed Stormwater Management Program Plan. The hearings will take place on Thursday, November 21, 2013 at 7:00 p.m. at the Black Diamond City Council Chambers, 25510 Lawson Street, Black Diamond, WA. The purpose of the hearings is to hear public testimony on the above listed subjects. Written comments may be submitted to WKH &OHUNÂśV RIÂżFH DW  5RE erts Drive, PO Box 599, Black Diamond, WA, 98010 no later than 5:00 p.m. on November 21, 2013, otherwise they must be submitted at the hearing. All documents related to the hearing will be available for inspection or purchase at City Hall, 24301 Roberts Drive, or on the Cityâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s website at http://www.ci.blackdiamond.wa.us. Published in Covington/Maple Valley/Black Diamond Reporter on November 8, 2013, November 15, 2013. #922378. CITY OF BLACK DIAMOND, WASHINGTON CITY COUNCIL ORDINANCE ADOPTED On November 7, 2013 the City Council of the City of Black Diamond, Washington adopted the following ordinance: ORDINANCE NO. 13-1014 An Ordinance of the City Council of the City of Black Diamond, King County, Washington, relating to the time period for hearings on impoundment of vehicles; amending Chapter 10.16.050 of the Black Diamond Municipal Code; providing for severability; and establishing an effective date. Copies of this ordinance are available for review at City Hall, 24301 Roberts Drive, on the Cityâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s website www.ci.blackdiamond.wa.us, or by contacting Brenda L. Martinez, City Clerk at 360-886-5700. Published in Covington/Maple Valley/Black Diamond Reporter on November 15, 2013. #924039 AT&T NOTICE OF COMMUNITY MEETING (SD2343 Lake Sawyer) â&#x20AC;&#x201C; On behalf of

$7 7 3DFLÂżF 7HOHFRP 6HUYLFHV (PTS) will be hosting a community meeting regarding proposed installation of a new Wireless Communication Facility. Proposed Facility located at 29841 224th Ave SE, Black Diamond, WA 98019 (King County Parcel Number: 0421069058). The proposed facility consists of a 140â&#x20AC;&#x2122; tall monopole, with associated antennas and ancillary equipment attached, and ground equipment shelter; all within a proposed 50â&#x20AC;&#x2122;x50â&#x20AC;&#x2122; fenced compound. New driveway access also proposed coming off of SE 300th St. The proposed facility will be unstaffed. Before applying for required land use and permit approvals PTS would like to provide neighbors with the opportunity to see what is being proposed and ask questions. During the meeting alternative sites may be proposed by citizens. Meeting scheduled for 6:30 PM â&#x20AC;&#x201C; 7:30 PM, Thursday, December 5, 2013 at Black Diamond Library â&#x20AC;&#x201C; Meeting Room, 24707 Roberts Drive, Black Diamond, WA 98010. Please contact Gibran Hashmi with PTS with any questions or comments; ph: (206) 372-1850, e-mail: ghashmi@ptswa.com; address: 506 2nd Ave, Suite #210, Seattle, WA 98104 Published in Covington/Maple Valley/Black Diamond Reporter on November 15, 2013. #923461 NOTICE OF RATE HEARING SOOS CREEK WATER and SEWER DISTRICT PLEASE TAKE NOTICE that the Board of Commissioners of Soos Creek Water and Sewer District will hold a Public Hearing on the Districtâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Water and Sewer Rates for 2014, on Wednesday, November 20, 2013. The meeting is scheduled to begin at 4:30 p.m., and will be KHOG DW WKH 'LVWULFW 2IÂżFH  SE 192nd Street, Renton, WA 98058. SOOS CREEK WATER & SEWER DISTRICT BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS 14616 SE 192ND STREET P O Box 58039 RENTON, WA 98058 Published in the Kent, Renton, Covington/Maple Valley/Black Diamond Reporters on November 15, 2013. #925190

CITY OF COVINGTON NOTICES ORDINANCE NO. 10-13 AN ORDINANCE OF THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF COVINGTON, WASHINGTON, RELATING TO RECREATIONAL MARIJUANA; ESTABLISHING INTERIM ZONING REGULATIONS FOR RECREATIONAL MARIJUANA PRODUCTION, PROCESSING, AND RETAIL USES; ADOPTING FINDINGS OF FACT; PROVIDING FOR SEVERABILITY; DECLARING AN EMERGENCY; AND ESTABLISHING AN EFFECTIVE DATE. Passed by the City Council of Covington, Washington, at the City Council meeting of November 12, 2013 to take effect immediately.

a Final Planned Action Environmental Impact Statement (Final EIS) for the proposed adoption of the Hawk Property Subarea Plan and associated Planned Action Ordinance. Description of the Proposal: The City of Covington proposes adoption of the Hawk Property Subarea Plan and associated comprehensive plan, zoning, and development regulation amendments that would allow for future urban development in Covingtonâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Northern Gateway area on land within the boundary of the city limits and land in the Cityâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Urban Growth Boundary assigned by King County. In addition, the City proposes to provide for efficient environmental review of future development proposals through a Planned Action Ordinance. The Final EIS responds to public and agency comments received on the Draft EIS, issued on July 26, 2013 and provides corrections and clarifications to the environmental analysis contained in the Draft EIS. The Final EIS also evaluates a Preferred Alternative identified by the Planning Commission, which consists of the range of the Minimum and Maximum Urban Village alternatives studied in the Draft EIS (Alternatives 2 and 3, respectively). While market conditions would determine the precise level of growth achieved, the range would include between 1,000 and 1,500 residential units and between 680,000 and 850,000 square feet of commercial space.

*** Proponent: City of Covington CITY COUNCIL NOTICE OF FINAL PUBLIC HEARING REGARDING 2014 REVENUE SOURCES AND POSSIBLE INCREASE IN PROPERTY TAX REVENUES AND THE 2014 PRELIMINARY OPERATING AND CAPITAL BUDGET TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 26, 2013 â&#x20AC;&#x201C; 7:00 PM NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the 2014 Preliminary Operating and Capital Budget has been placed on file with the City Clerk and is available for review at Covington City Hall and the Covington Library. The public is encouraged to attend budget hearings and provide written or verbal testimony on any provisions of the proposed CY2014 Budget. NOTICE IS FURTHER GIVEN that the Covington City Council will conduct a Final Public Hearing on revenue sources, including consideration of possible increases in property tax revenues, and the 2014 Preliminary Operating and Capital Budget at the City Council meeting on November 26, 2013, at 7:00 p.m. in the City Council Chambers located at Covington City Hall, 16720 SE 271st Street, Covington. All persons desiring to comment may do so in writing to the City Clerk at 16720 SE 271st Street, Suite 100, Covington, Washington, 98042 or sscott@covingtonwa.gov or by appearing at the Final Public Hearing. Copies of the 2014 Preliminary Operating and Capital Budget are available for inspection and copying at Covington City Hall. Agenda information will be posted the Friday prior to the above meetings at Covington City Hall, Covington Council Chambers, Covington Library, and the Cityâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s web site: www.covingtonwa.gov. For further information, please contact the Covington City Clerk at 253-480-2405. *** HAWK PROPERTY FINAL PLANNED ACTION ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT STATEMENT NOTICE OF AVAILABILITY Notice is hereby given under WAC 197-11-164 to 172, WAC 19711-460, and WAC 197-11-510 that the City of Covington is issuing

Location: The Hawk Property is located in the northern portion of the City, abutting SR 18 on its northwest boundary, and contains both land within the Covington city limits and land in unincorporated King County; the entire subarea is located with the cityâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Urban Growth Area (UGA). The subarea encompasses approximately 212 acres southeast of SR 18. Public Meetings: Please refer to the project website for public meetings:http://www.covingtonwa.gov/city_departments/ communitydevelopment/northern_gateway_study.html Document Availability: The Final EIS is posted on the Cityâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s website at: http://www.covingtonwa.gov/city_departments/community development/northern_gateway_study.html. Copies for purchase are available at Covington Copy It Mail It, LLC, 27111 167th Place SE, Suite 105, Covington, WA; 253-630-6670. A reference copy of the document is also available at the following locations: â&#x20AC;˘ Covington City Hall, 16720 SE 271st Street, Covington, WA 98042 â&#x20AC;˘ Covington Chamber of Commerce, 27116 167th Pl SE #114 Covington, WA 98042 Waiting Period: Pursuant to SEPA rules (WAC 197-11-460), the City of Covington will not act on the proposal prior to seven days after issuance of the Final EIS. For more information: If you have questions, you may contact: Ann Mueller, AICP, Senior Planner, City of Covington, Department of Community Development, 16720 SE 271st Street |Covington, WA 98042-4964; 253-480-2444, amueller@covingtonwa.gov. SEPA Responsible Official: Richard Hart, SEPA Official, Community Development Director, City of Covington, Department of Community Development, 16720 SE 271st Street, Covington, WA 98042-4964; 253-480-2441. Published in the Covington/Maple Valley/Black Diamond Reporter on November 15, 2013. #926047.


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The third week of November is when maple leaves remind us why the season is called â&#x20AC;&#x153;fall.â&#x20AC;? It is also the time to be thankful that we live in the Pacific Northwest. Japanese maples grow better here with less care than any place in the world. Japanese maples have an advantage to the home gardener over the more common big leaf maples, because the smaller leaves wonâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t smother the lawn or suffocate the shrubbery.

much easier to grow than other variegated trees like the rather demanding diva known as the wedding cake tree or pagoda dogwood (Cornus alternifolia). If you have a lot of dark, green evergreens in your landscape, a variegated tree or shrub will help lighten up the palette.

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and at 15 to 20 feet tall, this is one tree that wonâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t outgrow its welcome after planting. All Japanese maples do best when protected from the hot afternoon sun and strong winds but the gracefully arching branches of the Blood Good Japanese maple make this the perfect focal point tree underplanted with pink evergreen azaleas, white-leaved bruneras and hostas and the purple foliage of heucheras to echo the color of the overhead leaves of the tree.

in large containers and are perfectly happy in a half whiskey barrel for a decade or so as long as you remember to keep the soil moist. My favorite bedmate for these weeping maples is to pair them up with the winter blooming Snowdrop bulbs (Galanthus). Check for snowdrop bulbs now and get them into the ground this week â&#x20AC;&#x201D; youâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;ll enjoy cheery winter blooms for years to come as they spread and multiply. What makes this a marriage made in heaven is the fact that snowdrops bloom before the maple puts out new foliage. Then, when the bulbs are done and with their foliage ripening and turning yellow, the new maple leaves emerge from dormancy, quickly creat-

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Your children may qualify to receive Christmas gifts through the Black Diamond Community Center Share the Joy program which is available to low income families with children up to 17 years old and senior citizens within Black Diamond, Ravensdale, Lake Sawyer, Green River Gorge, and Cumberland. Applications may be picked up at the Black Diamond Community Center at 31605 Third Ave on Maple Valley Highway in Black Diamond. Parents can pick up gifts on Tuesday, Dec. 17, from 4 p.m. to 7 p.m. Applications are due Friday, Nov. 22 at noon, but sign up now so the elves

Ryan Ludeman, son of Lance and Joanne Ludeman collected over 400 pairs of shoes and over 1,060 pairs of socks Sept. 14-29 for his Eagle Scout project. Vine Maple Place, Redeeming Soles and Catholic Community Services were beneficiaries of the socks and shoes. “Finding an eagle scout project, implementation of it, are huge undertakings in itself but the support and reward of doing this project has been exemplary” said Ludeman, Life Scout from BSA Troop 594. Special thanks to St. Barbara’s

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CITY OF MAPLE VALLEY TO CONSIDER SIGN CODE AMENDMENT The Maple Valley Planning Commission will hold a public heard to take comment regarding proposed amendments to the city sign code at 7 p.m. Dec. 4.

Developed collaboratively in 1997 with local businesses and adopted in 1999, current sign code does not allow A-board signs. The proposed changes will create a new code section to allow the placement of portable signs by local businesses, including A-board, T and H frame signs. The proposed sign code amendment will address the size, number of signs, location and when the signs may be displayed. Another change in the proposal is to ensure civic event or community service portable signs comply with the same standard as commercial signs eliminating the current inequalities. The Planning Commission’s public hearing on the sign code amendments will be held at the Tahoma School District Board Room, 25720 Maple Valley – Black Diamond Highway beginning at 7 p.m. Comments may also be given to city staff by contacting the Senior Planner John Strandberg at 425-413-8800 or john.strandberg@maplevalleywa.gov

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Cold and flu season is upon us. With it, comes the dreaded stuffy nose. Add to that the pressure of congested sinuses and painfully plugged ears and youâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;ll be willing to try almost anything for relief. But beware â&#x20AC;&#x201D; some over-the-counter decongestants carry hidden danger. There are dozens of products available to treat cold symptoms that are readily available on the shelves of your neighborhood retail pharmacy, from pills that promise to relieve a multitude of symptoms, to colorful flavored syrups that are said to do the same for your children. The choice can be difficult at times, and, there are some choices that you may regret.

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used for longer than a few days. Afrin and other sprays work by shrinking small blood vessels in the nose that would normally contribute to the swelling and mucous drainage, thereby drying the nose and opening the breathing passages. They initially have an instant and almost magically powerful effect in relieving nasal, sinus and occasionally ear symptoms. They are easy to use and do not have a major effect on the rest of the body since they are not taken orally. However, with each subsequent dose, the effects of the drugs decrease. After a few days, the effects begin to wear off more quickly and are replaced by rebound congestion that remains long after your cold ends. This can create a vicious cycle, as the user begins to use the spray more frequently to combat the rebound congestion. In some of the worst cases Iâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;ve seen of decongestant â&#x20AC;&#x153;addictsâ&#x20AC;? (rhinitis medica mentosa is the technical term), users keep a bottle with them at all times and use it repeatedly throughout the day. They give

Whatâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s blooming at Lake Wilderness Arboretum Maple Valleyâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Holiday Lights Celebration is set for 6-8 p.m. on Wednesday, Dec. 4 at Lake Wilderness Park, Lodge and Arboretum. Event coordinators are looking for volunteers to string lights through the Arboretum during special Saturday work parties. â&#x20AC;&#x153;Help create the sights that will be seen at the Cityâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s annual holiday event,â&#x20AC;? said Jennifer Edelhauser, who represents Maple Valley Parks & Recreation. â&#x20AC;&#x153;We invite anyone aged 14 or over to volunteer â&#x20AC;&#x201D; community service hours gladly given!â&#x20AC;?

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COMBINATION COLD MEDICINES When you use combination cold medicines that contain multiple products, be sure to carefully review these to make sure that it suits your needs. Most cold remedies contain acetaminophen for pain relief and fever control in addition to a topical decongestant and an antihistamine. Some may contain a cough suppressant as well. If your symptoms worsen despite taking these medications or you develop high fever and other severe symptoms that last more than a few days, it may be an indication of a bacterial infection, seek the consultation of your physician for help in those situations.

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Arboretum work parties are scheduled from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. on Nov. 23 and 30. Those interested have several ways to sign up: 1) contact the Arboretum by email at director@lakewildernessarboretum. org; 2) call the Maple Valley Parks & Recreation at 425-432-9953; 3) email Ms. Edelhauser at Jennifer.edelhauser@maplevalleywa.gov. Fred Meyer is the title sponsor of this yearâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s event, which kicks off the holiday season with thousands of LED festive lights seen from the comfort of a trackless train. The event also includes hayrides, creative displays, music and refreshments. Canned food, new toys and cash donations for the Maple Valley Food Bank will be accepted during the event. Visit LakeWildernessArboretum.org or call 253-293-5103 to volunteer or donate.

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ALSO AT THE DISTRICT VOLLEYBALL TOURNAMENT: Tahoma struggled in its matches on the first day of the district volleyball tournament Nov. 8 at Kentwood. After winning the first game against Curtis, Tahoma lost three straight in the first match. In a loser-out game against Spanaway Lake, Tahoma again won the first game, then lost three straight as the Bears season came to an end.

Kentwood’s Lauren Hacket winds up to serve against Kentridge in the district tournament Nov. 8. ROSS COYLE, Kent Reporter

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entwood volleyball started a new state tournament appearance streak Nov. 8 thanks to wins over Skyview and Kentridge in the opening rounds of the district tournament. A year ago, Auburn Riverside knocked Kentwood out, which snapped an eight-year run in the state tournament for the Conquerors. With Bil Caillier back at the helm as head coach, Kentwood, led by seniors Lauren Hackett and Sarah Toeaina, was ready to punch its ticket to state and cross another goal off the list for the 2013 season. Kentwood started with a 3-0 sweep of Skyview in the first round, winning 25-22, 25-16, 26-24 then put away Kentridge in a win that was particularly sweet. The Conks only league loss during the regular season was a 3-2 defeat at the hands of the Chargers in October. This time, Kentwood handled Kentridge with a three set victory of 25-15, 25-19, 25-18. “It felt good because … it was kind of revenge for a league loss,” Hackett said.

Toeaina noted it was quite an accomplishment for the Conks to get back to state. “Very proud of our team for staying focused,” Toeaina said. “We knew what was at stake here and we knew we could get it.” Hackett said the preparation for the district tournament was particularly good thanks to Caillier getting on the court with them as well as taking sets from Kentlake graduate Courtney Thompson which is a hitter’s dream. “We had a really good week of practice,” Hackett said. “Courtney Thompson, the Olympic (team) setter, visited (Nov. 7). Every one of her sets was a dime.” And something about practice helped Kentwood’s players hone their killer instincts. Hackett said before the district tournament that the team had so much fun, the girls sometimes didn’t feel the pressure to close out a match. “Our aggression was better than ever before,” Hackett said. “Our middles — a junior and a sophomore — were swinging. And knowing that getting the first two games isn’t enough.” That was an important

thing for Kentwood to remember when it faced Camas in the semi-finals. The Conks held off the Papermakers in a 3-2 victory, including an extended fifth game. This set up a match up in the district championship contest with Bellarmine Prep, widely considered one of the contenders for the 4A state title at the tournament which is set to start Friday at St. Martin’s University in Lacey. Kentwood couldn’t cross of winning a district title from its list of goals as Bellarmine won 3-0. Still, the Conks are ready for state. The Lions from Bellarmine are on the other half of the bracket. It is possible they could meet up again. Kentwood faces Bothell in its first round match at 8 a.m. Friday at St. Martin’s. After beating Kentridge, Toeaina said there is still work to do before the state tournament. And high expectations. “I felt like we just didn’t give up,” Toeaina said. “We were down in a couple matches and we came back. Same goals for each game (at state). Same team focus. Getting to state is not what we’re settling at.”


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Blowouts knock Tahoma and Kentwood out of playoffs BY KATHERINE SMITH ksmith@covingtonreporter.com

Kentwood and Tahoma football were both knocked out of the playoffs in their respective games Nov. 8. Kentwood fell to Eastlake 52-7 at French Field. “It was one of our uglier losses,” said Kentwood head coach Rex Norris. “They (Eastlake) just did a nice job turning the ball over.” On the second play of the game Eastlake’s Troy Lewis took off with the ball, running 70 yards for an Eastlake touchdown to go up 7-0. The Conquerors held the Wolves to a field goal attempt on their second drive of the game and Kentwood’s Kyle Capperauld got his hand up to block the attempt, holding Eastlake to seven points. In the second quarter Eastlake’s Gage Casal ran for 35 yards for the Wolves’ second touchdown of the night and the extra point put Eastlake up 14-0. Kentwood answered with a 42 yard carry by Brandon Sytsma to put the ball on the 8-yard line but a fumble recovered by Eastlake halted the drive with four and a half minutes to go in the half.

TAHOMA GIRLS SOCCER HEADED TO STATE TOURNAMENT Tahoma’s girls soccer won two straight loser-out district playoff games to earn a spot in the 4A state champion-

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Two more touchdowns and a field goal put Eastlake up 31-0 at the half. Kentwood continued to struggle with turnovers and containing the Eastlake running game in the second half. The lone Kentwood touchdown of the night came from Sytsma in the fourth quarter. “We have been on the other end of that before, we have been that team,” Norris said. “These kids are going to learn from this and they’re going to grow from it as men, I hope. I’m proud of them, I’m proud to be their coach. They had a great season and wound up winning enough games to win league.”

GIG HARBOR 56, TAHOMA 14 Tahoma suffered a similar fate at Gig Harbor, with a 56-14 loss that knocked the Bears out of the playoffs Nov. 8. Offensievely for the Bears Joe Donahue had 14 carries for 78 yards, DeShon Williams had seven catches for 122 yards, Elijah Suka had eight tackles and one fumble recovery while defensively Denham Patricelli had six tackles.

Kentwood’s Brandon Sytsma battles for yardage in a district playoff game Nov. 8 against Eastlake at French Field. Eastlake beat Kentwood, the SPSL North champion, 52-7. ROSS COYLE, Kent Reporter

Jeremiah Vasquez’s 59-yard TD run in

the fourth quarter lifted the Braves past the Falcons in a South Puget Sound League crossover contest to wrap up the regular season Nov. 7 at Art Crate Stadium in Puy-

ship tournament. Sophomore midfielder Mia Corbin scored in the first match against Bellarmine Prep which Tahoma went on to win 4-2 in a shootout.

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Galgano brothers make Tahoma tennis stronger BY ALEXANDRA BOLTON For the Reporter

Brothers Carter and Davis Galgano, senior and sophomore at Tahoma High School, are the only South Puget Sound League North team to qualify for the tennis state tournament after districts this last weekend. The Galganos contributed to a successful season for Tahoma boys tennis, which finished third as a team in league. “I think our team was just a great team because really we could put anyone at any position, and really that’s what we did all year long. We could perform at a high level with any kind of combination. That really kind of shows the strength of our team this year,” said coach David Reynoldson, who has led boys tennis at Tahoma for 13 years.

The combination of Carter and Davis, tried out last year, was part of the shuffling that took place. Carter began the season at singles while Davis played doubles. When the team beat Kentridge — which handed the Chargers only loss of the season and their first in seven years — the Galgano brothers had not yet joined forces. “It was a team effort,” Reynoldson said of the victory over Kentridge. “Everyone did their job.” About half way through league play, the Galgano brothers came to Reynoldson wanting to team up again. “They kind of figured out how to help each other out as best they can and be successful,” Reynoldson said. “Being family was kind of nice, they were really supportive of each other.” Davis agrees that their relationship has its advantages on the court. “We know what the other is thinking and what we need

to do to pick them up,” Davis said. The Galgano brothers finished sixth in the district tennis tournament Nov. 1-2 and will play in the state 4A doubles tournament May 30-31 in Richland. Of Tahoma’s 10 varsity players, nine are seniors, which puts some pressure on the younger Galgano as the sole returning varsity player next year. This team of seniors put up big wins against Kentridge and Auburn Riverside. Players like senior Joe Joe Jimenez, who went undefeated in league play this season, have helped Tahoma tennis turn it around the past two seasons. “I’m glad I’ve got Davis who can lead the next group,” Reynoldson said. “I’ll have him the next couple years to help lead the guys coming in and to help them be as good as these guys. One experience is back, that’s going to help us be stronger.”

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Tahoma’s girls cross country team added another trophy to the case with a third place finish at the state championships in Pasco Nov. 9. Delaney Tiernan led the charge for the Bears with an eighth place finish, crossing the finish line with a time of 18 minutes, 26.28 seconds, nearly 20 seconds faster than her 13th place finish as a sophomore in 2012. Kayla Contreras

was next to finish, coming in 15th. Kent-Meridian freshman Olivia Baerny was the highest placing girl from the Kent schools, coming in 36th at 19:11.84. Kyra Kaiser, a junior from Kentridge, finished 64th. Meanwhile, the Tahoma boys finished in sixth place, with senior Riley Campbell finishing eighth with a time of 15:28.09. As a junior, Campbell finished 17th with a time of 15:49.1. Kentwood’s Robin Cheema was the highest finished of

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Benicio Bryan, also of Maple Valley, is one of the boys in the workhouse who sing the opening number, “Food Glorious Food.” A student of Lake Wilderness Elementary School, Benicio was also a finalist in the Maple Valley Idol Jr. Awards – second place! He loves to sing and play the drums, and is learning to play the piano.

JERRY WOODS HOLIDAY FIRE ENGINE COMING TO MAPLE VALLEY NEIGHBORHOODS The Jerry Woods holiday fire engine will be visiting the neighborhoods in the Maple Valley area this holiday season. As in the past, food and monetary donations will be collected for the Maple Valley Food Bank. The holiday fire engine is sponsored by the Maple Valley Professional Firefighters Association, and the Maple Valley Rotary. Each year the holiday fire engine volunteers have been able to contribute to the food bank and they will be looking forward to doing the same this year with the help of the community.

Oliver! plays Nov. 29-Dec. 31 at The 5th Avenue Theatre, 1308 5th Ave, Seattle, WA 98101. Tickets may be purchased online at www.5thavenue.org, by phone at 206-625-1900, or at the Box Office at 1308 5th Avenue in downtown Seattle.

FORMER KENTWOOD STAR SMITH SCORES 25 IN GEORGETOWN DEBUT

Along with the holiday fire engine, members of the Greater Maple Valley Girl Scouts and Boy Scouts, and local church groups will be caroling in the neighborhoods and collecting food donations.

Former Kentwood High School star Joshua Smith debuted with the Georgetown University men’s basketball team Nov. 8. Smith, a 6-foot-10, 350-pound junior center, scored a team-high 25 points in a 82-75 loss to Oregon Nov. 8 in the Armed Forces Classic in South Korea.

To see the schedule and updates, like Jerry Woods Holiday Fire Engine on Facebook of go to www.holidayengine. org. You can also go to the Maple Valley Food Bank web page, www.maplevalleyfoodbank.org and make a donation online.

Smith, of Kent, transferred to the Washington, D.C., school this season after playing two years at UCLA. Smith left UCLA for personal reasons after playing six games last season.

He helped Kentwood to the 2010 4A state championship during his senior season as the Conquerors went 21-10 and 11-5 in the South Puget Sound League 4A North.

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