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Sgt. David Chitwood leads a homeowner inside to collect drug paraphernalia during a surprise visit in October to a house south of Everett where officials believed they were making progress. In top photo, syringes litter the ground at a homeless camp near Lynnwood in March.

It’s more than a highway — and its problems are more than law enforcement alone can handle LYNNWOOD — The two-story home that bumps up against an elementary school playground appears innocuous enough as the police cars roll up. No need for lights or sirens. Just a long, loud, unrelenting knock on the front door of the house that, at first glance, blends into the suburban landscape. The visit, like others before it, comes unannounced. It’s a spot inspection from an unusual and little-known team of cops, code enforcers and social workers trying a different approach to reining in crime. It takes a few minutes before a gaunt, middle-aged man in a baseball cap

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opens the door. He knows the drill and rounds up the five people inside. The home, years into foreclosure, has been a haven for drug users and the bane of the neighborhood. Over the summer, several tons of garbage were removed from the back

yard. A shed was infested with rats that roamed onto the fringes of the Olivia Park Elementary School grounds. Used syringes littered the yard. Five-gallon containers were filled with urine. Inside, the home was equally squalid. “A wood tent” is how one veteran Snohomish County sheriff’s deputy describes it. The walk up the stained carpet on the staircase reveals the shell of what once was a stable home. The floors are stripped down to the plywood. Copper pipes have been cut See PROJECT 99, Page A8

EVERETT — Snohomish County’s legal payouts have shot up this year, with big settlements over a jail death, car crashes and disputes over public records. To date, county government has paid nearly $3.9 million. That’s about triple what they spent on settlements last year and more than nine times the amount in 2012. County attorneys contend that nothing has changed in the legal landscape. Each settlement, they argue, involved a calculated move to avoid a costlier fight in court. “Obviously, with any litigation, there are risks involved,” said Jason Cummings, the county’s chief civil deputy prosecutor. “The county sat down, without admitting liability, and resolved the lawsuits.” It’s mainly chance, Cummings said, that so many cases originating at various times over a decade, ended See SETTLEMENTS, back page, this section

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ore than one California surfer has dreamed about following the waves in an old camper, picking up occasional odd jobs by day and generally blissing out at night. But only one did it year after year with his wife and nine children crammed into a 24-foot camper that ultimately gave each child something like three cubic feet in which to grow up. Only one started what became a famous surfing school on the sands of San Onofre and preached the benefits of surfing so unrelentingly that Tommy Hilfiger applied the family’s name to a line of beachwear; when it came to surfing, the designer explained in 1999, “there’s no one more cool and credible than the Paskowitzes.” Dorian “Doc” Paskowitz, a physician who abandoned the prospect of a lucrative practice for surfing because he said he never felt right about taking money from people in pain, died Monday at a hospice in Newport Beach. He was 93. His death was confirmed by his son, Israel, who said Doc Paskowitz injured his hip in a fall last month, checked himself out of a hospital after surgery, and opted to forgo intensive medical care. “He didn’t want to prolong his life in any other way than jogging, surfing and just being who he was,” said Israel Paskowitz, a former world champion longboard surfer. “There are always kids living in campers on the beach, writing sonnets about waves and boards, and the ocean as their church,” he said. “But in


Dorian “Doc” and his wife, Juliette Paskowitz, sit on an old bus at their surf camp at San Onofre State Beach in 1998.

five years, they’ll be working for big commercial real estate companies. My dad did it forever.” Portrayed in early newspaper features as surfing’s answer to the singing Von Trapp family, the Paskowitzs’ eight boys and one girl were for the most part home-schooled in the camper by Doc and his wife, Juliette. As iconoclastic as he was, Doc Paskowitz had surprisingly old-school tastes. He enjoyed big band tunes by the Dorsey brothers. He taught his sons to stand up when they shook someone’s hand. A devout Jew, he belonged to no synagogue but prayed daily and celebrated Friday night Shabbat wherever the family happened to camp. He is credited with pioneering surfing in Israel, where he lived in the mid-1950s; in 2007, he delivered boards to Palestinian surfers, including at least one who had publicly expressed sympathy with the Hamas militant group. “To be able to go to your enemies and give them

something that makes them happy is a most fulfilling adventure,” he said. Doc Paskowitz and his family were portrayed in Doug Pray’s 2008 documentary “Surfwise,” a film that cast Doc as eccentric and egocentric. Although the Paskowitz family would be described by The New York Times as “the First Family of surfing,” Doc was recalled by some of his children as an authoritarian who kept them from getting the schooling they would need to face the world. “I’m not some kind of avantgarde, radical intellectual,” he says in the film. “I just wanted my kids around me, surfing with me — and education be damned!” Maintaining discipline in such cramped quarters sometimes meant forcing balky children to paddle their boards some difficult distance or run to some distant spot on the beach. Jonathan Paskowitz, who co-produced the film, said his father woke him in the middle of a freezing night on Rhode Island’s Block Island and had him


pursue a difficult outdoor “quest” that took hours. The son’s infraction: gorging at school on Kellogg’s Frosted Flakes — a taboo in a strictly sugar-free household. Paskowitz was ardent about natural foods. After seeing a gorilla in the San Diego Zoo eat an apple but throw away the peel, he insisted his family do the same: It was nature’s way, he said. “I’m not going to be upstaged by any gorilla, or any chimpanzee, or any newt, or any gecko, or any squirrel,” he said. A natural promoter, Doc Paskowitz was comfortable in the limelight. “We surfers like to think of ourselves as colorful and worldly, but the truth is that most of us are not,” said surfing historian Matt Warshaw. “But he really was. He had done so much and experienced so much outside of surfing that he was multidimensional in a sport full of single-dimensional people. The sport was far more colorful for him being in it.”

Born in Galveston, Texas, on March 3, 1921, Doc Paskowitz learned to surf at 10 and moved with his family to San Diego when he was 12. He attended San Diego State before transferring to the University of Hawaii, and then to Stanford. He received his bachelor’s in biology from Stanford in 1942 and his medical degree in 1946. He served in the Navy aboard the Ajax, a ship assigned to duty at postwar atomic bomb tests in the Pacific. After his military service, Paskowitz returned to Hawaii and embarked on his medical career. “The years between 1950 and 1956 saw one professional success after another for me, but in actual fact these were the worst years of my life,” he once said. “I deserted surfing and in its place I substituted ambition. It didn’t work. My spirit shrank until there was nothing left. You see, when I kept surfing, surfing kept me.” He had already been married twice. In 1957, he met an opera singer who was working as a telephone operator on Santa Catalina Island. After they married in 1959, Doc and Juliette began their odyssey in a succession of beat-up vehicles, sometimes just a surf break ahead of the repo man. For spending money, Doc Paskowitz filled in at hospital emergency rooms. He provided medical services on Indian reservations and at migrant labor camps. Sometimes he treated people at the beach, dispensed nutritional advice, or gave surfing lessons, all the while telling stories about Duke Kahanamoku and other surfing giants he said he knew.

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Disability claim errors The goofs by Social Security judges cost $2 billion, report says By Stephen Ohlemacher Associated Press

WASHINGTON — A small group of Social Security judges have improperly approved disability claims for nearly 25,000 people who didn’t qualify, costing taxpayers $2 billion over the past seven years, government investigators conclude in a report being released Monday. The price tag will grow by nearly $300 million next year because many of these people are still getting benefits, the report said. Social Security’s office of inspector general is scheduled to release a report on the judges Monday. The Associated Press obtained a copy Friday. Investigators examined cases decided by 44 judges who had been approving disability claims at unusually high rates. The judges were labeled “outliers” because they had approved 85 percent of the claims they had heard in at least two of the previous seven years. During these years, the judges decided at least 700 cases a year. The judges represent about 4 percent of the administrative law judges, or ALJs, who decide disability claims for Social Security, the report said. “The Social Security Administration’s failure to conduct timely medical eligibility reviews has resulted in rubberstamped decisions that have and will continue to cost taxpayers billions in improper awards,” said Rep. Darrell Issa, R-Calif. “In failing to take meaningful disciplinary action at the Social Security Administration, even after the most egregious cases of mismanagement, taxpayers are left to wonder, who is looking after their tax dollars?” Issa, who chairs the House Oversight Committee, requested the inspector general’s investigation, along with Rep. James Lankford, R-Okla., who chairs one of the panel’s subcommittees.

Quantity over quality “These results demonstrate the fact that our greatest concerns have been true for years,” Lankford said. “SSA has allowed ALJs to carry large case loads and has encouraged quantity over quality.” Social Security spokeswoman LaVenia LaVelle said it is important to note that administrative law judges have “qualified” independence in their decisions, “which allows

McConnell accepts Bourbon invitation FRANKFORT, Ky. — Newly elected Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell of Kentucky said he plans to drink some bourbon with President Barack Obama. One day after his party lost control of the U.S. Senate, Obama said he would like to share some Kentucky bourbon with McConnell. The invitation was quickly dubbed the bourbon summit and has received lots of attention as the two leaders prepare to either work with or against each other for the final two years of Obama’s presidency. McConnell told state party leaders Saturday the bourbon summit would happen.

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Sen. Orrin Hatch, R-Utah, shown here in April in Sandy, Utah, said “every dollar misspent or wrongly awarded depletes resources for those who are truly in need.”

them to issue decisions consistent with the law and agency policy, rather than decisions influenced by pressure to reach a particular result.” “The primary purpose for the ALJs qualified decisional independence is to enhance public confidence in the essential fairness of an agency’s decision-making process,” LaVelle saidt. The report said the Social Security Administration has improved oversight of judges in the past several years, reducing the number of judges that approve claims at unusually high rates. The report also noted that 15 of the 44 judges have been disciplined, including one who was let go when his or her contract expired. None of judges was identified in the report. Once investigators identified the 44 judges who were approving large numbers of claims, they randomly selected 275 claims that had been approved by these judges. Of these cases, investigators determined that 38 should have been denied or dismissed. Another 108 should have been sent back to the judge for further consideration. In all, investigators found “quality issues” with 216 of the cases — nearly 80 percent. “Extrapolating these results to all the allowances by the 44 outlier ALJs over a 7-year period, we estimate these ALJs improperly approved disability benefits in approximately 24,900 cases, resulting in questionable costs of more than $2 billion,” the report said. Social Security has been

swamped with disability claims in the past several years, as millions of baby boomers near retirement. At the same time, the agency has been working to reduce a backlog of claims. By the time disability cases reach an administrative law judge, the claims have been rejected at least once and often twice by workers in state offices.

Easier to approve It is often easier for a judge to approve a claim than to deny it, said a report issued by the House Oversight Committee earlier this year. Denials can be appealed, so judges must meticulously document their reasons. Approvals are generally accepted, ending the judge’s role in the case. The union that represents administrative law judges complains that Social Security pressures judges to decide between 500 and 700 cases a year. The agency says the threshold is a goal. Randall Frye is president of the Association of Administrative Law Judges and a judge in Charlotte, North Carolina. He said Friday that judges have to decide about two cases a day to meet what he calls a quota. Case files average about 500 pages, he said. “If you consider the fact that a judge is under extraordinary pressure from the agency to do numbers, then you can understand how some errors get made,” Frye said. “How many people can read and comprehend and understand

and then conduct a hearing on the evidence in those thousand pages? It’s an enormous task.” The report comes as Social Security’s disability program edges toward the brink of insolvency. The trust fund that supports the disability program is projected to run out of money in 2016. At that point, the system will collect only enough money in payroll taxes to pay 80 percent of benefits, triggering an automatic 20 percent cut in benefits. Congress could redirect money from Social Security’s much bigger retirement program to shore up the disability program, as it has several times in the past. But that would worsen the finances of the retirement program, which is facing its own long-term financial problems. Nearly 11 million disabled workers, spouses and children get Social Security disability benefits. That’s a 45 percent increase from a decade ago. The average monthly benefit for a disabled worker is $1,146. In order to qualify, people are supposed to have disabilities that prevent them from working and are expected to last at least a year or result in death. “It’s unconscionable that judges have awarded $2 billion in questionable payouts,” said Sen. Orrin Hatch of Utah, the top Republican on the Senate Finance Committee. “After all, every dollar misspent or wrongly awarded depletes resources for those who are truly in need.”

Doctor with Ebola arrives in U.S. Associated Press OMAHA, Neb. — A surgeon who contracted Ebola while working in Sierra Leone arrived in Nebraska Saturday for treatment at a biocontainment unit where two other people with the disease have been successfully treated. Dr. Martin Salia, who was diagnosed with Ebola on Monday, landed at Eppley Airfield in Omaha on Saturday afternoon and was taken by ambulance to the Nebraska Medical Center. The hospital said the medical crew that accompanied Salia, 44, from West Africa determined he was stable enough to fly, but that the team caring for him in Sierra Leone indicated he was critically ill and “possibly sicker than the first patients successfully treated in the United States.” The disease has killed more than 5,000 people in West Africa, mostly in Liberia, Guinea and Sierra Leona. Of the 10 people treated for the



Health workers move Dr. Martin Salia from a jet that brought him from Sierra Leone to Omaha, Nebraska, on Saturday.

disease in the U.S., all but one has recovered. Salia’s ambulance to the hospital was accompanied by a single Nebraska State Patrol cruiser and a fire department vehicle — a subdued arrival in contrast to the August delivery of Dr. Rick Sacra, whose ambulance was flanked by numerous police cars, motorcycles and fire vehicles. Salia has been working as a

general surgeon at Kissy United Methodist Hospital in the Sierra Leone capital of Freetown. It’s not clear whether he was involved in the care of Ebola patients. Kissy is not an Ebola treatment unit, but Salia worked in at least three other facilities, United Methodist News said. Salia, a Sierra Leone citizen who lives in Maryland, first showed Ebola symptoms on

Nov. 6 but tested negative for the virus. He eventually tested positive Monday. The State Department said it helped facilitate the transfer of Salia; the U.S. Embassy in Freetown said he paid for the expensive evacuation. The travel costs and care of other Ebola patients flown to the U.S. have been covered by the groups they worked for in West Africa. Salia’s wife, Isatu Salia, said that when she spoke to her husband Friday his voice sounded weak and shaky. But he told her “I love you” in a steady voice, she said. The two prayed together, and their children, ages 12 and 20, are coping, Isatu Salia said, calling her husband “my everything.” Nebraska Medical Center spokesman Taylor Wilson said members of Salia’s family were not at the hospital Saturday, but were expected to arrive “in the near future.” Five other doctors in Sierra Leone have contracted Ebola, and all have died.

Four workers were killed and one was injured Saturday during a hazardous chemical leak at a Houston area industrial plant, DuPont officials said. The chemical, methyl mercaptan, began leaking around 4 a.m. in a unit at the DuPont plant in La Porte. Plant officials said the release was contained by 6 a.m. Methyl mercaptan is used at the plant to create crop-protection products such as insecticides and fungicides, according to DuPont. The cause of the leak was not immediately known.

Arizona: Junk food tax The Navajo Nation Council has approved a tax on junk food sold on the country’s largest reservation. Lawmakers voted 10-4 on the last day of a two-day special session Friday to impose a 2 percent sales tax on items such as cookies, chips and sodas. If signed into law by President Ben Shelly, the tax would remain in effect until 2020. According to the proposal, the revenue generated by the new tax would go into a community wellness fund. The Navajo Nation Division of Community Development would channel the funds to various projects such as farmers’ markets, vegetable gardens and exercise equipment.

New York: Ice rink shut One of New York City’s Central Park ice rinks is closed for the season, leaving skaters and hockey players searching for an alternative. Lasker Rink’s website said it will be closed for the 2014-15 skating season because its refrigeration plant must be replaced. A parks department spokesman said workers are trying to fix the problem before the end of the season and refunds will be given to people who paid for rink time while it’s closed.

Arkansas: Turkey count Arkansas has trotted into second place among turkey-producing states after North Carolina’s gobbler population fell sharply as U.S. turkey numbers hit a 28-year low. The National Agricultural Statistics Service reported Minnesota remained king of the roost in 2014 with an estimated 45 million birds, an increase of 1 million over 2013. Arkansas saw its turkey population rise from 28 million to 29 million in the same span, while Indiana, the nation’s No. 4 turkey-producing state, gained 1.5 million birds to 19 million. NASS said U.S. farmers produced 235 million birds in 2014.

AROUND THE WORLD Vatican: Death with dignity Pope Francis has denounced the right to die movement, saying it’s a “false sense of compassion” to consider euthanasia as an act of dignity when in fact it’s a sin against God and creation. Francis made the comments Saturday to the Association of Italian Catholic Doctors. Earlier this month, the Vatican’s top bioethics official condemned as “reprehensible” the assisted suicide of an American woman, Brittany Maynard, who was suffering terminal brain cancer and said she wanted to die with dignity.

Brazil: Cannibalism terms A jury delivered sentences of 20 to 23 years in prison for three people convicted of killing two women, eating parts of their bodies and using some of their flesh to make and sell stuffed pastries, a court official said Saturday. The seven-person jury handed down the sentences Friday night. Jorge Beltrao Negromonte da Silveira was sentenced to 23 years in prison while his wife, Isabel Cristina Pires, and his mistress, Bruna Cristina Oliveira da Silva, each received 20-year terms. Police said they confessed to the crimes. From Herald news services


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Obama plans to counter Chinese aggression Associated Press BRISBANE, Australia — Eyeing Chinese aggression, President Barack Obama and the prime ministers of Japan and Australia committed Sunday to deepen their military cooperation and work together on strengthening maritime security in the Asia Pacific. The meeting, the first since 2007 among leaders of the three allies, risked antagonizing Beijing after

a week when Obama reached a surprising level of consensus with Chinese President Xi Jinping on climate change and trade, and Japan and China took steps to improve their relationship. China has viewed Obama’s efforts to deepen alliances with other countries in the region, particularly on security issues, as an attempt to counter Beijing’s rise. In a joint statement after

the meeting, the three leaders said they had agreed to “deepen the already strong security and defense cooperation” between their countries. They also agreed to work on boosting “maritime security capacity building” in a region rife with disputes between China and its neighbors over claims to waters and islands. However, there were no announcements on specific military exercises or new troop deployments within the region. White House officials insisted that the talks on the sidelines of the Group of 20 economic summit were not meant to send a message to China. But in advance of Obama’s meeting with Australian Prime Minister Tony Abbott and Japan’s Shinzo Abe, the president pressed China to “adhere to the same rules as other nations — whether in trade or on the seas.” “By virtue of its size and its remarkable growth,


President Obama and Australia’s Prime Minister Tony Abbott hold koalas during a photo opportunity on the sidelines of the G-20 summit in Brisbane, Australia, on Saturday.

China will inevitably play a critical role in the future of this region,” Obama said Saturday in a speech at the University of Queensland. “And the question is, what kind of role will it play?”

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An Obama administration official said the three-way meeting had been in the works for a year. Beyond military cooperation, the leaders also discussed the U.S.-led campaign to defeat Islamic State militants in the Middle East, combat the spread of the Ebola virus in West Africa, and stop Russia’s destabilizing actions in Ukraine. The conflict between Russia and Ukraine has been of particular concern in Australia, which lost 38 citizens when Moscowbacked rebels downed a commercial airliner earlier this year. Australia was Obama’s last stop on a weeklong trip that began in China and Myanmar. He arrived politically weakened at home by the Democratic Party’s election defeats Nov. 4. The president has tried to show the region’s leaders that he retained the ability to deliver on promises to deepen U.S. engagement in Asia and the Pacific, an effort he sees as a central part of his foreign policy.

“There are times when people have been skeptical of this rebalance, they’re wondering whether America has the staying power to sustain it,” Obama said. “I’m here to say that American leadership in the Asia Pacific will always be a fundamental focus of my foreign policy.” In China, he emerged with an ambitious agreement to reduce greenhouse gas emissions, as well as a deal to extend visa lengths and move forward on tariff reductions on high-tech goods. But despite those areas of agreement, there are major sources of tension between the powers, particularly Beijing’s provocative actions in territorial disputes in waters off its borders. The conflict between China and Japan over a string of uninhabited islands in the East China Sea has been intense, with Beijing setting up an air defense zone over the area last year that was denounced by the U.S.

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Funds were raised to support the new Ambulatory Care Center (ACC) at Swedish Edmonds. The ACC expansion will allow us to continue serving the community’s growing health care needs, offering high-quality health care right in our community. The facility will include a new emergency department; an urgent care center; an outpatient diagnostic imaging center; an observation unit; and a new front entrance and lobby with expanded public space. The facility will also have 37,000-square-feet of shelled space on the second floor reserved for future hospital services and programs. Our special thanks go to our event sponsors, especially presenting sponsor Sellen Construction and lead sponsor Verdant Health Commission, as well as to CEP America for their support of this transformational campus expansion initiative. Thus far, over $2 million has been raised for the new Ambulatory Care Center. At Swedish Edmonds, we are committed to the health and well-being of our community. On behalf of the patients we serve, thank you.

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Archaeologists dig at ancient site near war zone Associated Press GAZIANTEP, Turkey — Archaeology and war don’t usually mix, yet that’s been the case for years at Karkemish, an ancient city along the Turkey-Syria border where an excavation team announced its newest finds Saturday just yards from Islamic State-controlled territory. Karkemish, dating back more than 5,000 years, is close to the Syrian city of Jarablous, which now flies the black banner of the Islamic extremist group. U.S.-led coalition aircraft flew overhead as Nicolo Marchetti, a professor of archaeology and art history of the Ancient Near East at the University of Bologna spoke. He is the project director at Karkemish, where the Turkish military let archaeologists resume work in 2011 for the first time since its troops occupied the site about 90 years ago. “Basically we work 20 meters away from the Islamic State-controlled areas,” Marchetti said, standing at the site, which is guarded by more than


A building with an Islamic State flag on top is just across the border from the archaeological site.


Sculptures at a site outside Karkemish, Turkey, are just yards away from Islamic Statecontrolled areas of Syria.

500 Turkish soldiers, tanks and artillery. “Still, we have had no problem at all. ... We work in a military area. It is very well protected.” The project, which also includes archaeologists from Gaziantep and Istanbul universities, is doing the most extensive excavations at Karkemish in nearly a century, building on the work of British Museum

teams that included T.E. Lawrence, the adventurer known as Lawrence of Arabia. Marchetti said the plan is to open the site to tourists next spring. A concrete barrier, about four meters high, will be installed at the site. “This will be a total protection for the tourists,” he said.

The strategic city, its importance long known to scholars because of references in ancient texts, was under the sway of Hittites and other imperial rulers and independent kings. However, archaeological investigation there was halted by World War I. It was stopped again by hostilities between Turkish nationalists and French colonizers from Syria who built machine gun nests in its defensive walls. Part of the area was mined in the 1950s, and in later years, creating deadly obstacles to excavation. Demining was completed just a few

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Could shipworms lead way to new biofuels? The Washington Post Shipworms were already weird animals, but they just got weirder. The ocean-dwelling clams, which actually look much more like slimy worms, are some of the only creatures in the world that can eat wood. Now scientists have figured out that shipworms are even more unique than we thought: Instead of breaking down their food using bacteria in their guts (the way most animals do), shipworms break down wood using bacteria in their gills. This revelation was published in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, with research lead by Daniel Distel at Northeastern University. Distel, along with researchers from the Energy Department’s Joint Genome Institute, want to harness the worm’s unique ability to digest wood to improve the production of environmentally friendly fuels.

If you understand how to break cellulose down into component sugars, it’s then a very easy step to go to ethanol. — Daniel Distel, Northeastern University

When the shipworms gnaw on wood, they have to digest cellulose — the toughest plant material there is. The cellulose in crop waste such as corn and wheat stalks represents a massive reservoir of untapped energy. “If you understand how to break cellulose down into component sugars, it’s then a very easy step to go to ethanol — which is a potential biofuel,” Distel said. But in investigating how the mollusks digest cellulose, Distel

and his colleagues were shocked to find that the creatures have an as-yet-unheard-of relationship with the bacteria in their bodies. Instead of living in the gut and secreting digestive enzymes there, the bacteria actually take up residence in the gills. Somehow the enzymes they produce make the journey to the gut and aid in digestion, but Distel has no idea how. “This is the only case described so far,” he said. “We’ve never seen an animal use bacteria

outside the digestive system for digestion.” It’s equally surprising that the bacteria can produce enzymes that survive the journey from one part of the host to the other. “Our theories on how this might work range from the trivial to the really fascinating,” he said. On the one hand, it could be very simple: Maybe the system is passive, with tiny holes in the cells in the gill allowing the bacterial enzymes to leak out and find their way to the gut. The more exotic theory is that the bacteria manage the transport themselves. “Some pathogens are able to inject proteins into the cells of their hosts, and they have special pathways to secrete those proteins,” he said. “Generally those proteins are designed to do harm, to make the host more suitable to the bacteria’s needs. But it could be possible that these bacteria have figured out a way to export enzymes into host cells for


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good, to support their symbiotic relationship.” Distel wants to figure out how and why these bacteria do their magic on the shipworms’ guts and is committed to using their digestive skills for commercial applications. “These enzymes turn out to be fairly complex proteins, made up of several active modules that are connected to each other,” Distel said. These bits and pieces can be configured into different combinations to improve their function. “Other organisms do this, but these bacteria seem to take it to an extreme.” He hopes this strategy of mixing and matching will help scientists find an ideal enzyme for breaking down cellulose, leading to faster and more efficient biofuel production. And, he’s hoping to figure out more of the shipworm’s secrets. “They just have a certain charm,” Distel said.

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from the walls and sold. Gone, too, are the toilets and cabinets. Rooms are separated by thin curtains. The doors fetched $5 each; the pipe, $3 a pound. Drug money has to come from somewhere. One bedroom is intact. The house has no water or plumbing. It does have internet access. On a wall in front of a computer is a large American flag. On the opposite wall at the head of the bed is a color photo of four young men in football uniforms — all linebackers from a junior college team in North Dakota more than a quarter century ago. A strapping blond figure wears the number 93 across his chest. “That’s me,” the haggard man in the baseball cap confirms. Life wasn’t always as it is now. He’d once been married. That lasted 14 years. He’d made a good living flipping houses in King County until the market crashed and he filed for bankruptcy. He wasn’t working, which left plenty of time for a methamphetamine habit to consume him. How can he live like this? “I think I’m almost used to it,” he said. “It seems pretty sad. I don’t think I see it in the true light of day.”


Lt. Rob Palmer and Cmdr. Pat Slack search a home years into foreclosure during a visit to the house in October. The home south of Everett had several code violations (top photo), including tons of garbage filling the backyard, which backs up to an elementary school playground. Repeated visits by police and county code enforcement officials have resulted in the area around the house being cleared.

“We are busting our asses to help you,” Slack said. “You need to go to jail.” Which he did — for investigation of keeping a drug house. The state Department of Transportation later stopped by to cut back brush that hid the house. Valerie Hickok, a Catholic Community Services social worker, uses the opportunity to talk with the others, all suspected drug users. She encourages them to call her. She is a recovering addict who understands first-hand the selfloathing and hopelessness of the people she meets. The day is a success. Three people call her back. She knows the road to sobriety begins with baby steps.

Strategic approach The visit is short, one of many stops Project 99 will make this sunny fall day. The unlikely team of cops and civilians is trying a new approach to an age-old problem. The original intent was to try to clean up neighborhoods and businesses along a crime-riddled stretch of Highway 99. Strategies honed along the urban thoroughfare are now used throughout Snohomish County. What is remarkable about the loosely connected group is its make-up. Alongside the deputies, detectives and drug cops are county code enforcement officers and social workers from Catholic Community Services. Also available are fire marshals and mental health workers as well the Snohomish Health District, Child Protective Services, the Attorney General’s Office and anyone else whose expertise and regulatory authority can be tapped. The philosophy is simple: they can be much more effective working together than by themselves. “We can’t simply arrest our way out of this problem,” said sheriff’s Lt. Rob Palmer, the south precinct commander. Before Palmer became a cop, he was a Marine. Before he was a Marine, he was a kid growing up in Lynnwood. His first job was cleaning cages and fish tanks at Dave’s Lynnwood Petland on Highway 99 in the 1970s. The work of Project 99 is important to him. Sometimes that means taking the scenic tour of drug houses or wandering into the woods and talking to the tent people. There are meetings with business owners weary of drug deals near their store fronts or car break-ins in their lots. There are neighbors looking for relief from property thefts and the stench of mounting mounds of trash next door. There are cars and RVs that haven’t moved in days on public streets. They must be tagged with “move or lose” stickers. “This is not a law enforcement issue,” said Cmdr. Pat Slack, who heads up the Snohomish Regional Drug and Gang Task Force, an integral part of Project 99. “This is a society issue.” Slack is one of the longest-tenured law enforcement officers in the county. In 45 years on the beat, he has come to realize that

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After being cited by officers with the Project 99 task force in late October, Aaron Frye, a former standout football player at Cascade High School, found himself looking for a phone to find a place to sleep that night.

Frye (left) is cited for trespassing by Sgt. David Chitwood at a home southeast of Everett that has been a frequent stop for the task force. Social worker Valerie Hickok (right), with Catholic Community Services, works with the effort.

crime can have deep and complex roots, which explains why he now serves on two homeless committees. With Project 99, he is tinkering with a formula he hopes will provide more meaningful results than the catch-and-release status quo. He desperately wants to break the cycle.

Beyond arrests It is early morning in south Everett when drug and gang task force Sgt. David Chitwood leads

a Project 99 briefing before their patrol begins. “The point is not just to arrest people,” he said. “It’s to give them options, to show them that treatment and housing is available.” The first stop is a home southeast of Everett that has been a problem for years. There, they find Aaron Frye. Five years ago, he was an all-conference running back at Cascade High School. These days, he’s banned from the house. The officers talk to him in the driveway. He is cordial, even

when they tell him it is time to move on and cite him for trespassing. He walks down the street carrying a basketball in one hand and rolling his luggage by his side. An acoustic guitar is strapped to the black baggage. The second stop is a doublewide mobile home at the bottom of a hill. The front yard — once buried in trash — is now clean, with the exception of two presumably stolen shopping carts. A woman with black hair bolts out a back window. In the driveway is a Chrysler. A puddle of brown vomit is inches away from the passengerside door. The creator of the rank deposit lies motionless in the backseat. It takes Chitwood a minute or two of tapping then banging on the window for the man to stir. He hands over his driver’s license and falls back to sleep. They may be checking on garbage, but they also are sending a message: They are watching and they will be back. Later they stop by a gray house off Lincoln Way. There is reason to believe progress has been made. Piles of trash have been removed. Then, an officer knocks on the door and the goodwill is gone in a haze of heroin smoke. Six people are removed from the house while several kittens frolic in a front garden. The homeowner is handcuffed. Slack has built a fatherly rapport with the young man, as he has with many others. He doesn’t hide his disappointment and has no patience for his many apologies.

From his restaurant and pub off 128th Street SE just east of I-5, Shawn O’Donnell has had plenty of time to observe the ebb and flow of street life. He’s convinced things are getting worse. “It’s four or five times the problem that it once was,” O’Donnell said on a drizzly Friday afternoon in October. “It used to be drunks, but now we have drug addicts.” The proof is plentiful in the woods nearby. Plastic syringe caps and used needles are scattered on the forest floor. Garbage piles up in spots. Palmer tells a 35-year-old woman in a tent she needs to move on. He is kind, but firm, asking her questions in the hope that he can steer her to permanent housing. Another trail leads to a tent beneath a large cedar. Duquayne “Duke” Pfeiffer is also told to leave. He’s been living there for two years. At 53, he’s a grandfather and seldom-employed house painter. He gets by “flyin’ sign,” street slang for holding a cardboard placard asking for money. His campsite is tidy. He recycles his beer cans. Like O’Donnell, Pfeiffer sees a changing demographic with an influx of heroin addicts in the woods. “There isn’t much I can do about it,” he said. Lt. Palmer has company beneath the spindly firs, alders and maples. Jonelle Fenton-Wallace, an environmental inspector with the health district, wears a fluorescent orange safety vest and documents the illegal dumping with a point-and-shoot camera. A bigger encampment just north of Lynnwood next to Beverly Elementary School earlier was targeted for cleanup. Continued on next page

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Project 99: Relief to areas with squatters Neighbor Cindy Lee estimates that 30 people lived there at one time or another. What troubled her most were the used syringes. “It was scary, she said. “I feel sorry for the homeless but not when they are leaving behind hypodermic needles.” The owner wound up clearing the land. CindyKay Webster is the property manager for Miller Property Investments, which owns an interior supply business and several other parcels along Highway 99. They and their tenants, including three used auto dealerships, have been hit hard by thieves and vandals. “I have been here... for 20 plus years and have dealt with drugs, tagging, prostitution and other crimes but I’ve never seen it this bad,” she said. Webster believes cheap and abundant heroin is to blame for the upsurge. She worked with Project 99 and tried to start a business block watch program, but couldn’t generate enough interest. She wants to see Project 99 succeed. “I am still willing to help,” she said.

Making a difference Project 99 has no fulltime staff. Instead, people are called on an as-needed basis. Yet its influence can’t be overstated. It began in July 2013. Some of the first drug houses were found by following the trails of discarded needles like bread crumbs. The project has brought relief to areas overrun by squatters. Perhaps no neighborhood is more grateful than the 3300 block of 156th

Street SW. That’s where wasn’t shy about accepting beefed up. dozens of people took over help. At times it seemed a These days, police calls property belonging to an bit overwhelming. in and around the park absentee landowner in her “Can you imagine own- have subsided significantly. 80s. ing a property and having Slack argues that Project They occupied the house eight different departments 99 shows that law enforceand three outbuildings. At come out?” he said. ment can’t do it alone. one point, there were sevThere were community “If we would put as much eral RVs parked on the half meetings and a park-wide energy in dealing with the acre, where clothes were cleanup. Landscaping was challenges before us as we dried on cars and visi- done to improve visibil- do with being the 12th man tors watched their step for ity. Tenants were told to be for the Seahawks, we would human waste. Health and aware of who they let in. be far, far ahead,” he said. Cmdr. Pat Slack, head of the Snohomish Regional Drug and safety regulators obtained There were some evictions. Eric Stevick: 425-339Gang Task Force, talks to a homeowner during a surprise a permit to demolish the Security cameras were 3446; stevick@heraldnet. visit. Police found people using illegal drugs inside the house. house. Several dump truck installed; monitoring was com. loads of garbage were removed. ALPHA STEEL BUILDINGS INC. Information gleaned on Saturday, the street through Proj1-800-854-4410 • 360-825-7768 Dec. 6, 2014 ect 99 also led to the arrest Options; extra charge: T1-11, wood siding, lap bevel 7:30PM of James Painter, a Shoresiding, roof skylights, hardie board, 2 ft overhangs 2014 – 2015 2014 – 2015 line man now charged in A Favorites Season of Sunday Chorale Favorites A Season of Chorale a major heroin-dealing Dec. 7, 2014 operation that spilled into 3:00PM Snohomish County. Police Saturday, December 6, 2014 – 7:30 PM Saturday, December 6, 2014 – 7:30 PM Sunday, December 7, 2014 – 3:00 PM hauled in about 26 pounds Everett Performing Arts Center Sunday, December 7, 2014 – 3:00 PM of high-quality heroin with a 2710 Wetmore Ave., Everett 20x36x10 24x36x10 Everett Performing Arts Center street value of more than $1 3 Bay Open Shed 3 Bay Open Shed Everett Performing Arts Center million. 2710 Wetmore Avenue, Everett, WA Investigators also con2710 Wetmore Avenue, Everett, WA fiscated more than a half-million dollars in suspected drug money. with Reflections Quintet withthe theBrass Brass Refl ections Quintet Prosecutors allege Paint24x60x10 24x36x10 • 3 9x8 OH Doors er’s supply came directly with the Brass Reflections Quintet 5 Car Garage Entry Door from Mexico’s Sinaloa drug cartel. Palmer and Slack both point with hope to the North Sound RV Park between Highway 99 and 35th 36x36x10 • 2 9x8 Doors 36x36x12 • 2 10x10 Doors Avenue. Entry Door Entry Door Historically, it has been a nexus of crime and drug LISTING ON LARGER BUILDINGS activity. It, and similar parks, 40x36x10 • 3 Doors • walk in • $21,638 became an early priority for Project 99. 40x48x10 • 3 Doors • walk in • $25,072 Mike Ewing is a soft40x60x10 • 3 Doors • walk in • $28,694 spoken man with a love of Prices for slabs in rural areas are higher. Prices do not include permit, site ballroom dancing. A big facexcavation, sales tax or concrete slabs. Sale end date 11/22/14. tor in the decision to buy the Contractor’s License: ALPHAB117PU property in 2011 was that it Office Hours: Mon-Fri. 7 am-5pm included the Hayloft, a popTicket Information ular local dance hall. Tickets: Adults $18 Students/Seniors/Military $16 What he underestimatedSingle or Toll Free 1-888-257-3722 Group Discounts: $2.00425-257-8600 Off Per Ticket For Groups Of 10 Or More was the crime in the areaTicket Information Sponsored by Box Offi ce Hours: Tues. - Sat. 11:00am - 7:00pm Performing Arts Center Box Office and the transient popula-Everett Everett Community College The Daily Herald 425-257-8600 or Toll Free 1-888-257-3722 Box Office Hours: Tues. - Sat. 11:00 AM - 7:00 PM 1724 Cole St. Everett Cultural Commission Hyundai of Everett tion passing through park. Enumclaw, WA 98022 Single Tickets: Adults $18 Students/Seniors/Military $16 Everett Cultural Slack didn’t raisGroup Discounts: $2.00 Offhesitate Per Ticket For Groups Of 10 Or More Commission Ticket ing hisInformation concerns and Ewing 1168003 Sponsored by

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Greenpeace: 4 activists injured Associated Press MADRID — Spain’s navy rammed into a Greenpeace dinghy during a protest against oil exploration near the Canary Islands on Saturday, injuring four of its activists, one of them seriously, the environmental organization said. However, the navy disputed that account. The navy said it dispatched two boats from from a ship to prevent Greenpeace from boarding a oil drilling ship and that one of the activists was injured when she fell out of her dinghy and was hit by its propellers. Speaking from the Greenpeace ship Arctic Sunrise, Capt. Joel Stewart identified the woman as a Italian activist and said the other three other injuries were minor. The navy said it rushed the activist to a hospital in a helicopter.

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Russian TV says it has photo of 777 downing Associated Press MOSCOW — Russian state television has released a satellite photograph that it claims shows that a Ukrainian fighter jet shot down Malaysia Airlines Flight 17. But the U.S. government dismissed the report as preposterous and online commentators called the photo a fake. All 298 people aboard the Boeing 777 flying from Amsterdam to Kuala Lumpur were killed when it was shot down July 17 over a rebel-held area of Ukraine. Ukraine and the West have blamed the attack on Russia-backed rebels using a ground-to-air missile. The photo released Friday by Russia’s Channel One and Rossiya TV stations purportedly shows a Ukrainian fighter plane firing an air-to-air missile in the direction of the MH17. The channels said they got the photo from a Moscowbased organization, which had received it via email from man who identified himself as an aviation expert. The U.S. State Department on Friday dismissed the Russian TV reports as yet another “preposterous” attempt by Moscow to “obfuscate the truth and ignore ultimate responsibility for the tragic downing of MH17.” It renewed a call to Moscow and Russiabacked separatists to “grant unfettered access for international investigators to the crash site.” Several bloggers said the photograph is a forgery, citing a cloud pattern to prove the photo dates back to 2012, and several other details that seem incongruous. Some saw the photo as a propaganda effort intended to deflect criticism over the

tragedy that Russian President Vladimir Putin faces as he attends the Group of 20 summit in Brisbane, Australia. Mark Solonin, a Russian author who is an engineer by training, said both aircraft looked disproportionate to the landscape and concluded that their images were crudely edited into a satellite picture. Others noted that the commercial airliner in the photo appears to be of a different type, a Boeing 767. The Russian television stations stood by the report, saying their source was the Russian Union of Engineers, an obscure Moscow-based organization that had previously issued a report claiming that the Malaysian plane had been downed


A pro-Russian fighter guards the area of the Malaysia Airlines 777 crash near Hrabove, in eastern Ukraine, on Tuesday.

by Ukrainians. The organization’s vice president, Ivan Andriyevsky, said it received the image via email from a man who said he was a graduate of the

Massachusetts Institute of Technology with 20 years of experience as an aviation expert. Attempts to reach Andriyevsky on Saturday were

unsuccessful. Most of the victims of the MH17 crash were Dutch, and a preliminary report issued by Dutch crash investigators in September

said the Malaysia Airlines plane was likely downed by multiple “high-energy objects,” a finding aviation experts say is consistent with a missile strike. Pro-Russian separatist rebels in Ukraine have always denied any involvement in shooting down the plane. However just three hours before MH 17 was downed, the Associated Press reported the passage of a Buk M-1 missile system — a machine the size of a tank bearing four groundto-air missiles — through the rebel-held town of Snizhne near the crash site. A highly placed rebel officer said after the disaster that the plane was shot down by a mixed team of rebels and Russian military personnel who believed they were targeting a Ukrainian military plane.

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Allegations against Bill Cosby resurface Los Angeles Times LOS ANGELES — Bill Cosby is again under intense scrutiny for past allegations of sexual assault following a weekend radio broadcast in which the famous television father silently refused to address the issue. The growing controversy, which has been gathering force on social media for weeks, could jeopardize a new NBC series starring the 77-year-old comedian that has been in development for months. The former star of “The Cosby Show” was asked about the accusations of sexual assault during a National Public Radio segment that was taped earlier in the week and aired Saturday. “This question gives me no pleasure, Mr. Cosby, but there have been serious allegations raised about you in recent days,” NPR reporter Scott Simon said. Cosby, there with his wife, Camille, for an interview about the couple’s loan of about 60 pieces of African-American art for an exhibit at the Smithsonian’s National Museum of African Art, did not reply. “You’re shaking your head no. I’m in the news business. I have to ask the question. Do you have any response to those charges?” Again, Cosby said nothing. “There are people who love you who might like to hear from you about this,” Simon said. “I want to give you the chance.” After being met again with silence, Simon moved on, thanking the couple for the interview.

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in 2014. In Snohomish County, some settled cases have highlighted systemic problems, including deaths at the county jail. The county’s largest payment this year, $1 million, went to the estate of Lyndsey Lason, a young woman who died slowly of a lung infection in 2011 while in the county jail. Most of the money will go to assist Lason’s 11-year-old son. Part of Lason’s settlement included seeking reforms at the jail, such as reducing the inmate population, better medical screening at booking, and bolstering the jail’s medical staff. With more than a dozen inmate deaths at the county lockup since 2010, more legal battles can be expected to follow. Scheduled for trial next year is the case of Michael Saffioti, who died in custody in 2012. The 22-year-old suffered from severe allergies and went into anaphylactic shock before his death. His mother, Rose Saffioti, filed suit in February accusing jail staff of ignoring her son’s medical needs. In September, Rose Saffioti received a $95,000 public records settlement from the county over jail security-camera footage that jail staff initially failed to turn over. The county’s legal insurance kicks in after $2 million, but none of the individual settlements this year exceeded that amount. The money comes from a fund maintained for tort settlements. Trial lawyers say the payouts play an important role: they help people who have suffered and force public agencies to make reforms. “Government should be responsible for the harms they cause their citizens, just like anybody else would be,” Everett attorney Todd Nichols said. Former state Attorney General Rob McKenna, however, believes Washington’s tort laws are stacked unfairly against state and local governments, and taxpayers. The State of Washington paid out between $48 million and $76 in each of the past five years.

Snohomish Co. settlements ■ 2014: $3.9 million ■ 2013: $1.2 million ■ 2012: $415,000

McKenna said the combined payouts for local governments ran about double the state government’s total while he was in office, from 2005 through 2012. That, he said, is several times more than what’s paid out in states of similar size. “Other attorneys general can’t believe we have as much exposure as we do in Washington state,” said McKenna, who is now in private practice. “We are an outlier. No doubt about that.” McKenna tried unsuccessfully to change the law, but has no hope that will happen anytime soon. In particular, he targeted the principal of “joint and several liability,” under which governments can be made to pay all of the damages even if only partly at fault. That’s a strong incentive to settle, rather than risk trial. “It’s very difficult for governments, for taxpayers more specifically, to avoid paying out something,” McKenna said. “You only have to be 1 percent at fault to pay 100 percent of the damages if the other defendants have empty pockets. That is the problem.” Trial lawyers scoff at McKenna’s argument. “No one has ever been able to point to a case in history where somebody is 1 percent responsible, ever,” Nichols said. Current Attorney General Bob Ferguson’s office has no plans to seek changes in the liability standard next year, spokeswoman Alison Dempsey-Hall said. Instead, Ferguson’s office has been working with state agencies to reduce their liability and protect the public. Legal teams debrief with agency officials after every trial to look at room for improvement. Snohomish County has paid

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more than $1 million this year to resolve suits over car accidents where “joint and several” liability came into play. The county agreed to pay $850,000 to the family of Shaylynn Wietersen, a 16-year-old Granite Falls girl killed in a 2009 crash involving a tree about 5 feet off the side of a county-maintained road. She had been a front-seat passenger in a car her brother was driving when they were hit by another car and knocked into the tree. The other car had been attempting to pass them in a no-passing zone as a third vehicle pulled out of a driveway in front of them. A separate quarter-milliondollar settlement went to a man who suffered head injuries in a 2003 crash while a passenger in a stolen car being chased by deputies through south Everett. The driver of the stolen car died. Another passenger in the car reached a $150,000 settlement over her injuries last year. The plaintiffs’ attorneys argued that deputies failed to use reasonable care during the pursuit. The county doesn’t settle every time — far from it. The county received 117 claims for damages this year, spanning lost property to wrongful deaths. The amount requested ranged from less than $50 up into the millions. The county has been sued for damages in Superior Court about 15 times this year. “We have many cases that are resolved on summary judgment, but we don’t issue a press release when they’re thrown out by the court,” said Cummings, the county attorney. In 2012, a federal judge dismissed a lawsuit filed in connection with a 2009 police shooting that left a Verlot man dead outside his home after a heated dispute over knotweed. The county and its noxious weed inspector had been accused of violating the civil rights of Daniel Waslichen, who had pointed a gun at county workers and deputies. Noah Haglund: 425-339-3465; Twitter: @NWhaglund.

Largest payouts Legal settlements of $50,000 or more this year involving Snohomish County government: ■ $1 million to the family of Lyndsey Lason, 27-year-old woman who died at the Snohomish County Jail in 2011. ■ $850,000 to the estate of Shaylynn Wietersen, who died in a 2009 car crash on Burn Road near Granite Falls. ■ $600,000 to the family of Adam Colliers, a 25-year-old Gold Bar man who died of a heart attack in 2010 after deputies shocked him with a Taser. ■ $575,000 to resolve a public records lawsuit from Citizens for Sustainable Development, a group seeking information about agricultural policies in the Snohomish River floodplain. ■ $305,000 to resolve an employment-discrimination lawsuit from Natalie Rose Bryant, a county employee laid off from the Office of Public Defense in 2010. ■ $250,000 to resolve a suit from Mario LaPlant, who was severely injured in 2003 while a passenger in a stolen car that crashed in south Everett while being chased by police. ■ $125,000 to resolve a workplace-discrimination suit from Deborah Hollis, a Medical Examiner’s Office investigator. ■ $95,000 to resolve a lawsuit over the jail staff’s failure to disclose security-camera footage relating to the death of 22-yearold inmate Michael Saffioti in 2012. ■ $70,000 to resolve a lawsuit from a county employee who was injured after slipping at a public works facility during a snowstorm in 2008.







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Mukilteo mulls paid parking at park By Sharon Salyer Herald Writer

MUKILTEO — Free parking at the city’s Lighthouse Park, known for beachfront views of Possession Sound and the Olympic Mountains, might soon end. The city is considering adding paid hourly parking at the park, perhaps as soon as April. The park is magnet for picnickers, walkers and volleyball players, a launching site for boaters, and the home of the city’s farmers market — drawing an estimated 750,000 visitors a year. On sunny days, the park is so jammed that the city pays to have someone help direct traffic and turn away cars when there’s no parking left. “It’s a chronic problem,” said Randy Lord, City Council president. “All the feedback we’ve


Drivers look for parking spots at the Mukilteo Lighthouse Park parking lot on a summer day.

received from citizens is they need help getting into their own park.”

The exact pay-to-park rates have yet to be determined but could be $2 an hour from May 1

to Sept. 30 and $1 an hour from Oct. 1 to April 30. A public hearing on the proposal is scheduled at the council’s Nov. 24 meeting, which begins at 7 p.m. The money collected from parking fees would be used to help pay for maintenance and make park improvements. Two park rangers would be hired to help with enforcing park rules and the paid parking program, said Mayor Jennifer Gregerson. City residents can get passes so they don’t have to pay the hourly rate, since taxes pay for maintenance and improvements at the park, said Marko Liias, a policy analyst for the city. However, an administrative fee may be charged to get the pass. The parking kiosks and scanners needed to check whether there’s a parking violation are

Public hearing The City of Mukilteo is considering adding paid hourly parking at Lighthouse Park and nearby areas on Front Street, Park Avenue and First Street. A public hearing on the proposal is scheduled during the City Council’s Nov. 24 meeting, which begins at 7 p.m. at City Hall, 11930 Cyrus Way. The public may also email comments to the city at kalmgren@ ci.mukilteo.wa. expected to cost about $200,000. Depending on what rates are chosen and when they go into effect, the paid parking program See PARK, Page B2

Caution urged in use of candles By Noah Haglund Herald Writer


This Boeing courtesy picture from September 30, 1968, of the rollout ceremony for the first 747, “The City of Everett,” is featured on the October page of Historic Everett’s 2015 calendar, which charts 102 years of aviation in Everett.

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he year was 1968. In a scene that would suit a mid-60s movie, flight attendants in mod uniforms, white gloves and heels posed with the first Boeing 747 at its rollout in Everett. The year was 1941. Men in the U.S. Army Air Corps were ready for duty at the newly named Paine Army Airfield, where a tent city arose in preparation for war. The year was 1913. An exhibition pilot named Harry Christofferson, alongside his brother Silas, flew for the first time in skies over Port Gardner, and was described in The Everett Daily Herald as a “Man-Bird.”

JULIE MUHLSTEIN It’s a tradition for Historic Everett to take us back in time with its annual calendar. For 2015, the group is going aloft. The calendar title is “Aviation in Everett: 102 Years of Progress.” As in years past, sales of the $20 calendar will fund the nonprofit group’s programs and

preservation efforts. Dave Ramstad, Historic Everett’s executive board member, said he did the research, writing and “picture finding.” David Chrisman, a past board member for the group, did the calendar’s graphic design, which mixes detail artwork and short narratives with highlighted pictures for each month. Those images came from multiple sources, including The Daily Herald, the Everett Public Library, the Boeing Co., the Everett Museum of History, and the private Hartley collection, M. Salget collection, and Bob Mayer collection. The calendar is an abbreviated

history book with long-forgotten gems. In the March photograph, from the Everett library, a crowd of mostly men in suits is gathered for the April 22, 1928, dedication of the Everett Airport — and it wasn’t where Paine Field is today. Where was it? “You drive over it every time you drive to Marysville on (Highway) 529,” Ramstad said. “You’re over the runway between Steamboat Slough and Union Slough.” The airport, a project of the Port of Everett and the Commercial Air Transport firm, was in operation until completion See MUHLSTEIN, Page B2

Arlington student expelled for making threats By Diana Hefley Herald Writer

ARLINGTON — A student is facing a felony charge after allegedly threatening to blow up Arlington High School in September. The 19-year-old has been expelled from school. The teen reportedly left a voice mail message, saying he wanted to file a complaint. He became more agitated and

angry in the message. He threatened to cut the throats of staff and blow up the building with dynamite, Snohomish County deputy prosecutor Bob Langbehn wrote. The principal and school resource officer were able to quickly identify the teen’s voice. A special education specialist met the student when he came to school. He attended special education classes.

The defendant reportedly admitted to making the threats and went into more detail about his desire to shoot his teacher and light the school on fire “The defendant has a history of damaging property, assaultive behavior, and other incidents,” which led those who heard the message to believe he might carry out the threats, Langbehn wrote. The teen was banned from

being on school property and told not to call anymore. He left another message late last month, threatening the principal, court papers said. The teen doesn’t have any prior criminal convictions. He has a pending case in Marysville Municipal Court for an incident at school. Diana Hefley: 425-339-3463; Twitter: @dianahefley

A leading cause of house fires has stayed constant from ancient history into the digital age. Candles start fires here in Snohomish County almost every year. One of the worst was an October 2011 blaze at downtown Everett’s Strand Hotel, which displaced more than two dozen people. Locally, as elsewhere, candle fires occur more often when the weather cools off, particularly during the holidays. “Normally, people bring them out for the holiday season,” Everett Fire Marshal Rick Robinson said. “We don’t discourage the use of candles, but we do discourage the unsupervised use of candles. If people have a live flame in a room, that flame shouldn’t be left unattended.” In other words, put out the candles in the rest of the house before sitting down at the diningroom table. Candle fires are statistically most common in December, the National Fire Protection Association reports. The top five days are holidays: Christmas, Christmas Eve, New Year’s Day, New Year’s Eve and Halloween. Fire-safety experts estimate that candles start 15,600 house fires in the United States every year, resulting in 150 deaths, 1,270 injuries and more than $500 million in property damage. More than a third of those fires started in a bedroom. Someone falling asleep was believed to be a factor in at least a quarter of the fatalities. In Snohomish County, candles were blamed for starting a house fire in the Meadowdale area in 2012, another in Everett’s Delta neighborhood in 2011 and another in the Martha Lake neighborhood near Lynnwood on Christmas Day 2010. That latter fire also sent a man to the hospital. In October of 2010, a candle started a fire in the basement of a Mukilteo home, sending two people to the hospital. In the late 1990s, a blaze consumed a south Everett home after a dog knocked a candle off of a coffee table, igniting a sofa, Robinson said. “Sometimes, that happy dog with a wagging tale can knock See CANDLES, Page B3

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inside the factory about an hour before the official rollout on Sept. 30, 1968. The women in the Boeing Co. photo — back then they were “stewardesses” — represented airlines purchasing the new jumbo jets. Andrea Tucker, president of Historic Everett, said proceeds from calendar sales will help the organization with several projects. “We want to assist in supporting the Everett Museum of History,” Tucker said. The Everett museum has had several sites over the years. Today, it has a rich collection but no permanent home. Another Historic Everett priority is advocating for preservation of the Everett School District’s Longfellow Building. The group is also concerned about Snohomish County’s plans to use the former Carnegie Library in downtown Everett as a transitional housing site for offenders. Ramstad said local history is more than century-old buildings. The Boeing factory and the 747 are just four years from their 50th anniversaries. “That’s a phenomenon in this county and this city. It’s all becoming historic,” Ramstad said. Julie Muhlstein: 425339-3460; jmuhlstein@

of new Highway 99 lanes and bridges in 1954, according to the calendar. The Everett Airport had the distinction of beating Boeing Field, by several months, to become the first big airport in Western Washington, Ramstad said. The King County airport, former site of Meadows Race Track, wasn’t completed until July of 1928. Ramstad, who retired in 2003, spent his career with Boeing in Everett. “That’s how I raised my family,” he said. He began his 747 design career on Dec. 26, 1968, “before the factory or the 526 freeway were completed.” He worked for years in office buildings recently torn down to make way for the 777X wing fabrication building. Ramstad said the calendar is a recognition of Snohomish County’s evolution from a timberbased economy to one built on aerospace. “The whole character of this county has shifted,” he said. The aircraft industry took over just as Everett’s mill-town way of life was disappearing. Calling it “a real prize,” Ramstad said the October picture of flight attendants standing with the shiny new “City of Everett” 747 was likely taken

By Levi Pulkkinen

SEATTLE — It should’ve been a day to remember for Clay Eakin of Marysville. He and his wife of four months, Barbara Eakin, were headed to Sea-Tac Airport to start their honeymoon. The romance launched eight years before over the chore of laundry was taking them to Belize. Instead, though, Eakin can barely recall anything that happened that day, Dec. 18, or the days that followed. Seriously injured in a car crash that morning, Eakin considers his amnesia a small mercy — the wreck ended Barbara’s life. Eakin and Barbara’s daughter, Rhonda Malland, now say King County and the city of Burien set the stage for the deadly crash by failing to block off the end of a dead-end street above Highway 509, where the crash occurred. A barrier there would likely have stopped Christopher Wittman, a 25-year-old Tukwila man who was driving drunk, high on marijuana and distracted by his phone when he ran out of road and onto the Eakins below. “It doesn’t make any sense,” Clay Eakin said at a press conference Thursday announcing an effort to win a $16.5 million payment from the King County


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could bring in $60,000 to $185,000 net revenue in the first year. By the fifth year, it could bring in $220,000 to $345,000 annually, Gregerson said. “This gives us a

and Burien. “Engineers told them they needed to do more there and they didn’t.” Eakin and Malland, both of Marysville, have filed a tort claim with the governments, the first step toward filing a lawsuit. Attorney Bradley Davis said his clients are prepared to pursue a lawsuit in the very likely event that a settlement isn’t reached in the next two months. In a statement, a city of Burien spokesperson blamed Davis for “trying to make the taxpayers of Burien pay for damages caused by a drunk driver.” The city described the road — Southwest 116th Street — as a “clearly marked dead end road.” Speaking Tuesday, Davis described the government failure to address a known hazard — a street that ended on a bluff with no barrier between the roadway and the highway below. At least twice before, drivers had overshot the end of Southwest 116th Street. Wittman was apparently the first to make it to Highway 509, and certainly the first to kill. Engineers previously installed a heavy metal guardrail at the end of 116th Street. Davis said the metal rail was removed for replacement with a more substantial barrier after

being struck by cars several times. That larger barrier was installed, months after Barbara Eakin was killed. The Dec. 18 crash was cruelly strange. At 4:50 a.m., the Eakins were headed to Sea-Tac for an early flight to Phoenix, where they were to visit Clay’s mother before traveling on to Belize for their honeymoon. At the same time, Wittman was behind the wheel of a 2008 Chevrolet Malibu after pounding down six shots of liquor at a friend’s birthday party. He blew through a stop sign and failed to recognize that 116th Street ended to make way for Highway 509 below. Traveling as fast as 80 mph, Wittman’s car landed on the passenger side of the Eakins’ Mazda. Clay and Barbara suffered catastrophic injuries; Wittman fled the scene and was arrested at a nearby gas station. Her spine crushed and neurological status unclear, Barbara Eakin was initially somewhat conscious after arriving at Harborview Medical Center in Seattle. She soon became comatose but lingered for 20 days before succumbing to her injuries Jan. 7. Clay Eakin sustained a brain injury that lingers to

monetary source to continue to improve the waterfront,” she said. City staff members have recommended getting the plan in place “in advance of the summer surge,” Liias said. City Council member Steve Schmalz said he’s always wanted a parking plan at the park that would allow city residents

to park for free and to the opportunity to come charge non-residents. and enjoy the park.” City residents pay for the His wife, Christine park’s upkeep, he said. Schmalz, teaches art “There’s not enough park- classes in a building on ing spots to accommodate First Street near the watereverybody.” front. The demand for “It’s so needed,” Schmalz parking can be so great said of the park’s pay-for- that “I can’t park at my own parking proposal. “Our business,” she said. “It’s a residents don’t go down to great place to have a busithe park because they can’t ness, it’s just a tough place find a spot in the sum- to park,” she said. mertime. It makes things The convenience of drivdifficult for everybody.” ing up to the beach “is A plan to start charging incredible,” she said. “If for parking isn’t aimed at they really want it, they’ll discouraging people from pay for it.” coming, he said. “HopeSharon Salyer: 425-339fully, they won’t stay as 3486; salyer@heraldnet. long and give other people com. Hybrid template_8



this day, as well as painful skeletal injuries. The crash left him confused and with vision problems. Davis said his clients’ suffering could’ve been avoided had those responsible for maintaining safe roads done their work well. Photos taken by the county show that a guardrail had been placed at the end of 116th Street. It was removed, Davis said, with plans for a larger barrier, which was not installed. “What’s amazing to me is the county removed the guardrail, removed the hazard markers, but never installed the barricade,” Davis said. “This was a horribly dangerous area that the county and the city of Burien did nothing to address,” the Seattle attorney continued. “It fell through the cracks.” Having given the county and Burien notice that they intend to sue, Eakin and Malland must now wait 60 days before filing a lawsuit in state court. The mandatory delay is meant to provide an opportunity to settle claims without incurring unnecessary legal costs. As a practical matter, though, it is often simply a delay. Wittman was convicted of vehicular homicide and vehicular assault. He was sentenced Oct. 31 to 11 years in prison.

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Washington state health exchange shuts down By Donna Gordon Blankinship

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SEATTLE — Washington’s health care exchange shut down after the first few hours of open enrollment Saturday as state officials and software engineers tried to resolve a problem with tax credit calculations. Officials at the exchange said Washington Healthplanfinder appeared to be

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decided to shut the whole system down at about 10:30 a.m. to fix it. The tax credits were off by just a few dollars in some cases, exchange CEO Richard Onizuka said. He said the system would remain down until it can give consumers who want to buy health insurance accurate information. Spokeswoman Bethany Frey suggested consumers try again on another day.

Open enrollment for health care insurance continues through Feb. 15, and officials are hoping as many as 85,000 people sign up. They also hope all of the about 145,000 people who bought insurance during the first open enrollment period, which began Oct. 1, 2013, will renew for another year. Those who run the exchange had been hoping their computer system would handle traffic

better than it did last year, when it shutting down and rejected applications for reasons like a hyphen in a last name. About a thousand people who bought insurance the first time around are still having problems getting their payments credited and that money transferred to their insurance companies. People who do not buy insurance will have to pay a fine when they file their

McDonald’s not keen on GMO potato Candles Associated Press BOISE, Idaho — The U.S. Department of Agriculture has approved Idaho-based J.R. Simplot Co.’s new genetically modified potato. But one of the company’s oldest business partners — McDonald’s — hasn’t. The fast-food giant says it doesn’t use genetically modified potatoes, the Idaho Statesman reported. “McDonald’s USA does not source GMO potatoes, nor do we have current plans to change our sourcing practices,” the company said in a statement. The USDA this month gave Boise-based Simplot permission to begin commercial planting of its new spud, called the “Innate” potato. The company

altered the potato’s DNA so it produces less acrylamide, which is suspected to be a human carcinogen. Potatoes naturally produce the chemical when they’re cooked at high temperatures. The potato is also engineered to resist bruising. Simplot is a major supplier of french fries, hash browns and other potato products for restaurant chains such as McDonald’s. This isn’t the first time the fast-food industry has resisted GMO potatoes. More than a decade ago, Monsanto brought its bugresistant “New Leaf” line of genetically modified potato to market. Buyers, led by the fast-food industry, rejected the Monsanto

spud, and it was pulled from production due to lack of business. Simplot spokesman Doug Cole didn’t address the firm’s plans to sell to the fast-food industry or the dehydrated potato industry, which both have urged growers against planting GMO potatoes. But Cole said the fresh potato market would embrace Innate. Consumers will be receptive to the reduced sugars and potential carcinogens, Cole said. Because only 400 test acres of Innate varieties were planted and harvested this fall, production can’t ramp up until after the 2015 harvest, he said. Rupert potato grower Duane Grant said he’s been told by buyers in the dehydrated potato

industry not to plant the GMO potatoes. But he hopes to line up willing buyers so that he can plant the biotech potatoes and reap the higher yields that come with their reduced bruising, he said. Consumers will be more receptive to Simplot’s potato than Monsanto’s because it benefits them, not just growers, he said. The key for Simplot and for growers, Grant said, will be convincing the food industry, which is worried about consumer backlash, to trust the product. “Brand equity is extremely important to quick-serve restaurants,” Grant said. “They will avoid conflict whenever possible in order to protect equity of their brand name.”

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a candle off a table,” he said. Candles should always be placed up high enough that young children and pets can’t get to them. Candles are just one reason for an increase in fires between Halloween and New Year’s Day, when distractions abound

PORT ORCHARD — Prosecutors want handwriting samples and dental images from a man accused of strangling his girlfriend and then posting crimescene photos online before the killing was reported. The Kitsap Sun reported that prosecutors will ask

Kitsap County Superior Court Judge Jeanette Dalton on Monday to compel David Michael Kalac to provide dental impressions and handwriting samples so they can compare them to a handwritten confession investigators said they found as well as bite marks on the victim’s body. Kalac is charged with

first-degree murder in the death of his girlfriend, Amber Lynn Coplin, 30. She was found dead Nov. 4 at their apartment in Port Orchard. Gruesome photos were posted on an Internet message board before the crime was reported. Kalac was arrested at a transit center in Wilsonville, Oregon, a day

for adults and children tend to be home on break. Accidents while deepfrying turkeys often occur around Thanksgiving. Never try to deep-fry a turkey inside any structure. At any time of year, most fires start while cooking or from heating equipment. Cigarettes and other smoking materials cause the most deaths. Noah Haglund: 425339-3465; nhaglund@ Twitter: @ NWhaglund.

Tips for avoiding candle fires Extinguish all candles when leaving the room or going to sleep. Keep candles at least one foot away from things that can catch fire, such as clothing, books or curtains. Use sturdy candle holders that won’t tip over easily. Place candles up high enough that small children or pets can’t knock them over. Don’t burn a candle all the way down — put it out before it gets too close to the holder or container. Place candle holders on top of a ceramic plate or some other non-flammable material. Make sure your smoke detectors work and replace batteries every six months. Have flashlights and battery-powered lighting ready to use during a power outage. Never use candles. Consider using electric candles.

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Oregon cities pass pot tax despite new law By Nigel Duara

for clarity and length. Is the tax applicable under the law? Kopilak: Somebody got it in their heads that if ordinances were adopted before Election Day, that there would be some sort of grandfathering in. That’s just not true. The imposition of such taxes is inconsistent with the main themes of Measure 91, which is to minimize the illegal market. If you have dozens and dozens of jurisdictions imposing all kinds of different taxes at different rates, it essentially makes any type of cohesive state policy impossible. Kanner: When I first read the initiative language, it immediately seemed clear to me that the pre-emption language (prohibits) the adoption of a local tax in the future, but it does not repeal an existing tax. I realize that others may interpret it differently. There’s another section of the initiative that repeals any city ordinance or charter provision in conflict with the measure. However, the measure taxes production of marijuana, and our tax is a grossreceipts tax on retail sales. Therefore, I do not believe it is in conflict with the measure. Whether lawyers

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PORTLAND, Ore. — Cities scrambled to pass taxes on marijuana before a legalization measure went before voters. Their bet: That the taxes would get grandfathered in. But Measure 91, passed by voters on Nov. 4, has a clause forbidding any taxation on marijuana except by the state. Now, those cities say they are prepared to defend their taxes in court. Attorney Dave Kopilak helped draft the law and is studying the response. Ashland City Manager Dave Kanner was one of the first to propose such a tax, which passed in Ashland this year. Fairview Mayor Mike Weatherby was one of the supporters of his city’s 40 percent marijuana tax, which he says is intended to keep recreational pot dispensaries out of the city. Cities may opt out of hosting dispensaries, but Weatherby said the city is trying to “cover all of (its) bases.” One thing they all agree on is that the Legislature, sooner or later, will likely have to step in. Each took questions from The Associated Press. Their answers have been edited

or the courts will agree with that, I don’t know. What was the impetus behind the tax? Kanner: Ashland already has a food and beverage tax, so we had a template for a gross receipts tax on retail sales of marijuana. By the end of February, members of the City Council were asking me if we shouldn’t be considering a tax. Weatherby: The idea is to keep marijuana dispensaries out of Fairview. Absolutely. We’re trying to cover all of our bases. Has the city generated a revenue estimate for the tax? Kanner: Any numbers I could provide would be a wild guess. I’m showing $824,511 annually from a tax on recreational marijuana, but who knows? I estimate (based on Legislative Revenue Office projections and the formula in the ballot measure) that the state tax would generate $20,000 to $25,000 a year for Ashland. Weatherby: We have not. What happens if the matter goes to court as a lawsuit brought by a dispensary? Kopilak: The act allows local jurisdictions to opt out, so if you want to do that, then do that. But I would say, don’t do it this


Shane McKee, co-founder of Shango Premium Cannabis medical marijuana dispensary, pulls a sample from their display of cannabis flowers in Portland, Ore., on Nov. 5.

way. Do it the way the act intended. On the other hand, if the city or county is determined to see this through, unless the Legislature is willing to make a change, they won’t win in court. It will be spending tax dollars to defend a suit that’s unwinnable. Kanner: That would be a decision the Council will have to make if/when there’s a legal challenge. Bear in mind that there are now, I believe, about 60 cities that have adopted

marijuana taxes, so who knows whether a test case challenge would be in Ashland or elsewhere. More troubling is the aforementioned provision that repeals existing ordinances and charter provisions that are in conflict with the measure. That’s a direct attack on cities’ constitutional home rule authority that, in my opinion, should be totally unacceptable to all cities, regardless of how they feel about marijuana

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collecting the firearms. Now, advocates working with Oregon’s Department of Justice are pressing for a state law that would allow local police and sheriff’s offices to make sure people relinquish their guns in domestic violence cases. “Despite recent good work at both the local and state levels, significant gaps in Oregon’s laws continue to threaten our ability to prevent domestic violence firearm fatalities,” said Sybil Hebb, director of policy advocacy for the Oregon Law Center.

PORTLAND, Ore. — A federal law empowers agents with the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives to make sure people convicted of domestic violence or those facing restraining orders have relinquished their guns. The problem is, there are only 14 such agents in the entire state of Oregon. The Oregonian reported that federal law doesn’t require states or local police to establish procedures for

In the past year, a handful of states, including Colorado, Connecticut, New Hampshire, Washington and Wisconsin, passed laws to improve such enforcement. In a recent case, an Oregon state court judge signed off on a restraining order against Ian Elias two years ago, and a temporary stalking order this spring. In the orders, the judge required him to give up all of his guns. But no one made sure Elias surrendered the guns that his ex-wife repeatedly

told the court he still had. “Unfortunately, it’s almost like the honor system,” said Michael McGrath, the attorney for Elias’ ex-wife, Nicolette Elias. “Nobody really checks that you comply. There didn’t seem to be an efficient way to follow up and verify compliance.” Gun rights advocates oppose the idea. Kevin Starrett, executive director of the Oregon Firearms Federation, said the federation will challenge any effort to pass a state law that mimics the

federal firearm restrictions in domestic violence cases, particularly in restraining order cases. He said people are losing their Second Amendment rights without having been convicted of a crime. “This has nothing to do with protecting women. What this has to do with is harassing the rights of gun owners,” Starrett said. “A restraining order is not even an accusation of a crime or a conviction. And most of these laws rarely stop people from having guns.”


Adult home abuse captured on camera

Police Cmdr. Mark Caillier says the 67-year-old caregiver was arrested on Thursday night. He was booked into jail on investigation of second-degree rape. KOMO said he is scheduled to appear in court Saturday. KIRO reported that the woman suffered from dementia or a similar problem. Caillier said the woman

AUBURN — Auburn police say relatives of an 83-year-old woman set up a hidden camera and caught images of her being sexually abused in an adult family home.

and 11 other residents were moved out of two adjacent facilities Thursday night.

Beaver: Man dies in mobile home fire Authorities say one man is dead after a mobile home fire in Beaver, north of Forks on the Olympic Peninsula. The Peninsula Daily

News reported that Ron Cameron, chief criminal deputy with the Clallam County Sheriff’s Office, identified the victim as Terry Neal. He said Neal’s wife, Alice Neal, escaped by jumping out a window. She was reported to be in stable condition at Forks Community Hospital. Cameron said the fire began about 2 a.m. Saturday and appeared to be accidental.

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and marijuana taxation. I would hope that if the Legislature does not move to amend or remove that language, that cities and the League of Oregon Cities will band together to fight it. Weatherby: It would be the same as challenging a gas tax or a city sales tax. Attorneys differ on this, and it’s their opinions, just as doctors differ on their opinions. I think it would have to come down to what’s going to happen in the Legislature.


Leak prompts evacuation; man burned LYNNWOOD — Authorities evacuated a Lynnwood Costco warehouse Saturday afternoon following a refrigerant leak that left a man with frostbite burns, Lynnwood firefighters said. The man had been standing next to the refrigeration system when a line broke, Lynnwood fire Lt. Keith Shaw said. He was taken to a local hospital with what were believed to be minor injuries. The refrigerant posed no airborne threat to other people inside the store on 19105 Highway 99. Crews responded there at 1:41 p.m. and evacuated the building as a precaution, Shaw said. A technician arrived to fix the refrigeration system as firefighters monitored the air inside.

Burn ban on until further notice A Stage 1 burn ban first issued Friday for Snohomish County remains in effect until further notice. The ban prohibits using wood-burning fireplaces, uncertified wood stoves or fireplace inserts. Outdoor fires, including at campsites, are prohibited as well. The burn ban is intended to curb rising levels of air pollution during the cold, stagnant weather pattern. Puget Sound Clean Air Agency declared it on Friday. A new smartphone app called “Burn Ban 411” gives people the latest information on the status. It can be downloaded for free at There’s also a toll-free hotline: 800-552-3565. From Herald staff reports

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John Edwin “Ed” Whitaker

Charmaine Evelyn Pressey

Ed Whitaker passed away peacefully in his sleep on November 3, 2014. He was born July 18, 1920 in Shedd, Oregon to John and Lucy Whitaker. Ed worked as a machinist in Seattle, retiring from Foss Alaska in 1985. Prior to coming to Seattle, Ed worked in the logging industry and as a long haul truck driver in Oregon. He was an all around Mr. Fix It. He enjoyed gardening, j ewe l r y m a k i n g , woodworking, RVing and his beloved dog Buffy who he took on daily walks. He is survived by his wife, Donna Woodruff Whitaker; sons, Gar y Whitaker, Larr y McNeal, Rick McNeal; daughters, Teri (Tom) Doak and Julie (Brian) Webber ; nine grandchildren; six great grandchildren; and three great great grandchildren. He was preceded in death by daughters, Linda Whitaker and Judy McGrath; brother, Richard Whitaker and sister, Marie Whitaker Po t t e r ; a s we l l a s b o t h parents. A memorial service will be held at 1:00 p.m. on December 6, 2014 at the Lynnwood Free Methodist Church. R e m e m b r a n c e s m ay b e made in his name to the Lynnwood Free Methodist Church designated for Children’s Ministries.

Age 62, of Everett, Wash. passed away quietly at home in her sleep on November 12, 2014. Charmaine was known for her kind heart, her gentleness and her loving, giving and caring ways. We were all blessed to know and love her. She touched so many lives in ways that will remain with us forever. She was married to John Wayne Pressey, the love of her life for thirty-seven years and their love was endless and without limits. Together they raised seven children; April Pressey, Dino Riddle, S a b r i n a P r e s s e y, C i n d y P r e s s ey C a u d i l l ( D a r r e n Caudill Sr.), John Pressey Jr., Christopher Stark, and Shawn Pressey (Cindy P r e s s ey ) . T h ey a l s o h a d twenty grandchildren; Ben, M a r i o , J e s s e , A n d r e w, Gabe, Eli, Pebbles, Boy Boy, Darren Jr., Demmi, Dylan, Kayla, Charmaine, Christopher, Alicia, Breana, Keara, Brayden, Mia and Shawn Jr. Charmaine loved her brothers, sisters, nieces, nephews and all the friends that she considered family. Everyone she loved she held close to her hear t. Her ability to love was her gift to this world and we are all blessed by the time we had her with us. A Funeral Ser vice to celebrate Charmaine’s life will be held at Evergreen Fuenral Home & Cemetery, 4504 Broadway in Everett, WA, on Friday, November 21, 2014, beginning at 1:30 p.m. P l e a s e v i s i t to leave your condolences on Charmaine’s online guest book.

Lorraine Marie McDevitt

Jo Ann (Ronken) Andersen

April 24, 1928-November 9, 2014

Sept. 8, 1937-Nov. 10, 2014

Lorraine was born in Seattle and grew up in the Wallingford neighborhood while attending St. Benedict’s Catholic School and Holy Angels High School. S h e l ov e d l a r g e f a m i l y dinner s, train rides, and outdoor activities. She attended Seattle University where she met and married Patrick M c D e v i t t . T h ey h a d f i v e children. Lorraine raised her children, worked for Boeing, and enjoyed an active social life with her friends. She loved to travel, dance, and be with her children and grandchildren. Her busy life took her from three little league games a weekend to volunteering for The Swedish Tumor Institute. She is preceded in death by her parents, Aloysius and Gilberte Bergmann; and her brother, Robert. S h e i s s u r v i v e d by h e r brother s, John and Gene Bergmann; and her children Pa t t i B oy l e ( M a t t ) , J e r r y McDevitt (Cece), John M c D ev i t t ( We n d y ) , J i m McDevitt (Laurie), and Teri Giannetti (Pat); grandchildren, Ryan (Rebecca), John (Lyndsey), Michele, Elizabeth, Meghan, Lindsay, Jenna, Cooper, and Kyle. The Rosary will be held at Holy Rosar y Church in E d m o n d s o n S u n d a y, November 16, 2014 at 7:00 p.m. The funeral mass will follow on Monday, November 17, 2014 at 11:00 a.m., with a reception to follow. In lieu of flowers memorial gifts may be made to Providence Hospice & Home Care Foundation, 2731 Wetmore Ave. #500, E v e r e t t , WA 9 8 2 0 1 o r Harborview Medical Center Palliative and Support Care, Box 359734, Seattle, WA 98104. Memories at

Jo Ann Andersen, 77, passed away on November 10, 2014. She was born on September 8, 1937, in Everett, Wash. Jo Ann grew up in the Riverside neighborhood and graduated from Everett High School in 1955. Jo Ann went to work for West Coast Telephone (later GTE) where she met her husband Victor D. Andersen. In 1969, the couple formed their own telephone contracting company, which Jo Ann helped manage until their retirement in 2006. Beginning in the 1980s, Vic and Jo Ann made their home in Arlington on the banks of t h e S t i l l a g u a m i s h R i v e r. There they enjoyed the tranquil setting and abundant wildlife. Jo Ann was an avid reader, with a sharp wit and fondness for crossword puzzles. She was active in EHS class of 1955 reunions and gatherings. In recent years, she often traveled to California and Florida to visit her sons and their families. Jo Ann also enjoyed spoiling her grandchildren during their summer visits to Arlington. Jo Ann was preceded in death by her husband, Victor D. Andersen; her brother, Don Ronken; and her parents, Clifford and Dorothy Ronken. She is sur vived by sons, Dr. Michael (Laura) Ravine, of San Diego, Calif. and Devon (Mathilda) Ravine, of M a r y E s t h e r, F l a . ; h e r beloved grandchildren, Sallie Ravine, of Mary Esther and twins, James and Anna Ravine, of San Diego. The family is grateful for the love and suppor t of cousins, Shirley Bradford and Julie Ronken. The EHS class of 1955 will host a celebration of life memorial and potluck lunch for Jo Ann at 12 p.m. on November 22, 2014 at Hogland House Bed & Breakfast, 917 Webster St., Mulkilteo, Wash.

Delaine Rose Gohl, 91, passed away November 10, 2014 in Arlington, Wash. She was born to Harley and Elsie Smith, May 31, 1923 in Stanley, Wisc. In her ear ly year s she was brought to Snohomish, Wash. where she graduated from Snohomish High School in 1942. As an excellent driver she became a school bus driver among other jobs using her driving s k i l l . D e l a i n e ’s m a n y interests include reading, gardening, fishing, mushrooming, enjoying birds and nature, her pet dogs, RV camping, needle work, cooking and especially enter taining family and friends. She loved the years she lived on Lake Cochran. Delaine was a loving , outgoing, friendly, generous, spirited and fun woman who was very down to earth. Preceding her in death was her husband of 60 years, Eugene Gohl in 2003; and siblings, Delbert Smith and Dorothy Morgan. Surviving Delaine are her children, Byron Gohl of Erie, Colo., Mike (Judy) Gohl of Nyland, Calif., Cristy (Gary) Summers of Sacramento, Calif., Cathy (Dan) Russell of Arlington, Wash.; siblings, Duane Butch (Patty) Smith of Lake Stevens, Wash., Donna Aney of Arlington, Wash., Dale Joan (Harold) Jewett of S n o h o m i s h , Wa s h . ; s i x grandchildren and six greatgrandchildren. A public memorial service w i l l b e h e l d S a t u r d a y, November 22, 2014, 1:00 p.m. at the Arlington Free Methodist Church, 730 E. Highland Dr., Arlington, WA 98223. Interment was held p r e v i o u s l y a t I . O . O . F. cemetery in Monroe, WA.

Robert Rotter On November 8, 2014 we l o s t o u r b e l ov e d R o b e r t “Bob” Rotter at the age of 83. Bob was born on April 20, 1931 in Bremerton, Wa s h i n g t o n t o B e n a n d Margaret Rotter and was one of 11 children. Bob’s love and dedication to his own family was evident and clearly the result of the way he was raised, with love and hard work. Bob went into the Navy in 1951 and started working at Boeing in 1956. He worked there until he retired in 1991, after 35 years. In 1955 he met the love of his life, Delores, and they were married on November 3, 1956 and just celebrated their 58th wedding anniversary. They raised 3 beautiful children, Gar y (Patty), Dean (Ginna) and Cheryl (Terry) as well as their niece Nancy (Dave), always instilling the same love and h a r d w o r k e t h i c h e wa s raised with. Bob could always be counted on to go fishing, work on a car, or fix anything that needed fixing. Bob leaves eight grandchildren and three great-grandchildren, all of whom he adored. Bob will be so very missed by his wife and family, and many good friend’s. Rest in p e a c e o u r s we e t , q u i e t , s t r o n g H u s b a n d , Fa t h e r, Grandpa, and GreatGrandpa. We love you.

Charles Black Lenfesty

C h a r l e s L e n f e s t y, 6 8 , passed away after a courageous battle against cancer on November 9, 2014 in Seattle, Wash. A private family ser vice was held at his final place of rest.

Todd Lee Evans

Delaine Rose Gohl

May 31, 1923-November 10, 2014

Todd Lee Evans, 53, after several weeks of courageously battling health issues at Providence Hospital Colby campus, died Friday, October 24, 2014. Todd had been admitted on September 21, 2014 and had appeared to be on a s l o w r o a d t o r e c o v e r y. Successive heart attacks on Friday, October 24, proved to be impossible to overcome and all life suppor t methods were c e a s e d . To d d ’s f a m i l y wishes to express their gratitude in the care given to Todd, by the intensive care unit staff. Todd was born on August 1, 1961 in Seattle, Washington. The third son, born to Don and Erma Evans, Todd spent his early years in Lynnwood. When Todd was 8 years old, the Evans family moved to Parkhill Drive in downtown Ar lington. With a gentle demeanor and kind nature, Todd was a popular kid, who made friends easily and often. Todd became involved in youth sports and developed a passion for baseball. An avid fan of the game, Todd discovered he had an affinity for pitching. His proudest moments were the times he spent pitching for Arlington High School, where he graduated in 1979. The home on Parkhill Drive became a gathering point for Todd and his large group of friends, to cheer for the local Seattle teams; the Mariners, Seahawks, Sonics, and U.W. football and basketball. To d d w a s p r e c e d e d i n death by his parents, Donald Eugene Evans and Erma Arlene Evans. Todd is sur vived by his oldest brother, Jon Evans; nieces, Jonaree Damme, Christy and Desiree Evans of Merced, California; nephew, C h a d Fr e e m a n E v a n s o f H a w a i i ; g r e a t - n e p h e w, Spencer Freeman Evans of Las Vegas, Nevada; and his b r o t h e r, M i k e E v a n s o f Lakewood, Washington. Ser vices in Todd’s honor will be held at the Mormon Church at Smokey Point on S a t u r d ay, N ov e m b e r 2 2 , 2014 at 11:00 a.m.

Phyllis Colleen Raber

Frank D. Airozo

Oct. 12, 1944-Nov. 9, 2014 F r a n k D. A i r o z o , b o r n October 12, 1944 in Visalia, Calif., passed away on November 9, 2014 in Snohomish, Wash. Frank proudly ser ved his country in the US Air Force. He later worked as a teacher in the Snohomish area for many years. He enjoyed teaching, collecting and selling antiques, traveling, and spending time with friends and family. Frank is sur vived by his sister, Patricia Johnson and her husband, Ken of Coarsegold, Calif. He was preceded in death by his parents, Frank and Imogene Airozo. Frank will be laid to rest with other heroes at Tahoma National Cemetery in Kent, Wash. A celebration of his life will be planned by his family for a later date. In lieu of flowers, memorials in his name may be made to the American Diabetes Association, Arrangements entrusted to Bauer Funeral Chapel, Snohomish, 360-568-4126. Please sign the guestbook at

Richard William Solvang Richard William Solvang, 47 of Everett, Wash. passed away at his home on October 22, 2014. He graduated from Arlington High School, and has spent the past 20 years in the Window Manufacturing Industry. A potluck memorial service will be held at the Stillaguamish Valley Pioneer Hall, 20722 67th Ave NE, Arlington, WA 98223 from 12 p.m. to 4 p.m. on November 22, 2014.

Rachel Arlene Jones Cross Rachel Jones of Snohomish, Washington was born March 3, 1973 and passed away on November 10, 2014. A public viewing will be held on November 21, 2014 at Bauer Funeral Chapel, 701 1st Ave Snohomish, WA from 3 p.m.- 6 p.m. and the celebration of life will be at Zion Lutheran Chruch Hall, 329 Ave A from 4 p.m. - 7 p.m. with food and refreshments.

Phyllis Colleen Raber of Everett, Wash. passed away on November 7, 2014. She was born in Seattle, Wash. on September 23, 1927 to Harry and Mary Von Esten. A graduate of Lincoln High School,she loved going to church and Bible studies. Phyllis was preceded in death by her husband, Stanley Raber. S h e i s s u r v i v e d by h e r d a u g h t e r, L i n d a R a b e r Hutchinson; sons, Ron R a b e r a n d D a n Wa t k i n s ; daughter, Mary Watkins and stepsons, Rick Raber and Rob Raber; 10 grandchildren and 27 great- grandchildren. Phyllis was endowed with a special gift of love. She loved people, the unlovable, the unforgivable and the down trodden. She loved children. Christ’s love was never more exemplified in a person. She will be deeply In Loving Memory missed. Robert (Bob) Lund A Graveside service will be Dec. 13, 1924 - Nov. 17, 1992 held on Friday November 21, Helen R. Lund 2014 at 3 p.m. at the April 10, 1926 - Nov. 20, 2007 Machias Cemeter y. All are welcome. When this time of year Ar rangements by Bauer comes around it seems like Funeral Chapel. only yesterday you both were here with us. T h e t w o o f y o u a l way s made the holidays so special with memories we reflect on and we cherish Naomi (Bonny) Byers always. Nov. 7, 1915-Nov. 14, 2014 Your Christmas parties at the glass shop were the Naomi Ruth (Bonny) Byers, event of the year! 99, of Mar ysville passed into the arms of her loving We miss you everyday…you Savior November 14, 2014. are in our thoughts and She was born November 7, hearts forever. 1915 in Marysville, Washington. Rene’, Amber, Todd, Marcy, A memorial service will be Brett, Ally, Robin, Bob, held at 2 p.m. on Monday Blaine & Molly November 24, 2014 at First Baptist Church of Marysville.

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David A. Ellis April 10, 1956- Nov. 15, 2001

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Card of Thanks Thank you from the families of Hollingsworth, Lane, Clayberg, Campbell and Backlund. A heartfelt thank you for your kind expression of sympathy to our family on the death of R e b e c c a ( B e c ky ) L a n e . Thanks to all the family, friends and loved ones for all the gifts and food at the memorial for Rebecca.

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Charles A. Tutton “Charlie” May 5, 1929-Oct. 29, 2014

Clifford James “Jim” Wick Clifford James Wick, called “ J i m ” by h i s f a m i l y a n d friends, passed away on September 10 at his home in Mar ysville, following a long illness. He was 58. Ji m wa s bor n on Jul y 5, 1956, in Salt Lake City, to Carl and Laurel Wick, the second of three children. The family moved to Seattle while Jim was an infant, and he grew up in the Ballard neighborhood. As a young man, Jim moved to Everett, where he met Judy Ann Goins. They mar ried in 1976. They had a daughter, Tamera (Tammy), in 1978, and settled in Mar ysville. Jim spent virtually his entire working career in the lumber industry, retiring from Northwest Hardwoods in 2012 after twenty-five years of service. Jim was an avid outdoorsman, a devoted husband and father, a sightseeing and camping enthusiast, and an accomplished do-ityourself handyman. He enjoyed boating and fishing on the Sound, often taking Tammy out on the water with him. He also enjoyed hunting and exploring with his dogs. Jim organized many camping trips with family and friends. Many a stor y has been told of camping with “Uncle Jim”; among them, that he was the original “Blue Tar p Camper”, long before it became an advertising slogan. Jim and Judy had many longtime friendships with other couples and families whom they knew from their neighborhood in Mar ysville or from their respective workplaces. They enjoyed travelling and sightseeing, both by themselves and with friends or family. Two of their favorite places were Stehekin and Conconully in central Washington. Jim was preceded in death by his father, Carl, in 1977, and his wife, Judy Ann Wick, in 2011. His sur vivors include his daughter, Tamera Wick, of Mar ysville; his m o t h e r, L a u r e l W i c k , o f Seattle; his brother, John Wick, of Seattle; and his sister, Judy M. Wick, of Oakland, California. Jim also leaves behind a large number of friends, neighbors, and extended family, all of whom miss Jim and Judy Ann but take comfort in their having been reunited. Cremation has taken place. A celebration of Jim’s life will be held at a later date.

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Charles Alexander Tutton J r. , 8 5 , p a s s e d a w a y peacefully on October 29, 2 0 1 4 i n E v e r e t t , Wa s h . Charlie was born to Charles and Cordanie Tutton on May, 5, 1929 and grew up the middle child of ten in Everett, Wash. Charlie attended Everett High School where he lettered in football and track and field. He graduated in 1949 and went on to attend Everett Junior College where he played both offensive tight end and defensive end for the Trojans. In 1951 he was named All-State End. He served in the United States Army and was stationed in Washington D.C. from 19511953. After his ser vice Charlie attended Western Washington University and earned a Bachelors degree in education. He married Gloria Sholund on August 18, 1956 and they moved to Neah Bay where he started his career as a 6th grade teacher and assistant youth football coach. The next year he and his family returned to Everett where he taught for 30 years in the Everett School District at Lowell Elementar y and Evergreen Middle School. After retirement Char lie enjoyed spending time with his family and his many lifelong friends. He spent time volunteering for Guardian AdLitem and was an active m e m b e r o f A H E PA o f Everett. Always an avid sports fan, Charlie played baseball well into his late seventies. On Friday nights, during football season, you could always find him down at Memorial Stadium watching the local high school games. He loved t h e C o u g a r s a n d wa s a diehard WSU football fan and a faithful Mariners fan. He was preceded in death by his parents; brothers, E a r l , Pe r c y, J a m e s , a n d George; and sisters, Grace and Mary. He is survived by his wife of 58 years, Gloria; daughters, Becky Wogsland (Richard) and Judy Palm; granddaughters, Aprill Wo g s l a n d - I n g a l l s ( B e n ) , Stasi and Cassie Wogsland; great-grandchildren, Brayden and Audrey Ingalls; brother, William and sisters, Francis and Charlotte. C h a r l i e wa s a b e l o v e d husband, f a t h e r, g r a n d f a t h e r, g r e a t grandfather, brother, uncle, teacher and friend. He will be greatly missed. The family would like to thank the staff at The Terrace at Beverly Lake for the excellent care they provided. A celebration of Charlie’s life will be held on Friday, November 21, 2014 at 1:30 p.m. at the New Life Church, 6830 Highland Dr, Everett, Wa 98203. Donations can be made in lieu of flowers to a charity of your choice.


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It has been 17 long years we love and miss you always, Love, your Family and Friends

Debra Witt (Heggen)

May 17, 1953-November 10, 2014

Debra Witt (Heggen) born May 17, 1953, passed away on November 10, 2014 at her home in Everett, Wash., with her loving husband by her side. Debbie was born in C r e s c e n t C i t y, C a l i f . t o Charles and Grace Heggen. In 1974 she married Douglas Witt. She graduated from Chico State University in 1975. Debbie was a beloved m o t h e r, h o m e m a k e r, a n d a l s o worked outside the home. After moving to Washington in 1985, Debbie began working for Snohomish County as an accountant. Her children remember her as a smart, practical, patient and loving mother who encouraged them to pursue their goals. She was the glue that held and continues to hold her family together even to this very day. Debbie was a patient and loving woman with a smile that was truly contagious. You couldn’t help but notice the joy she exuded in all that she did. Though a woman of few words her actions spoke volumes about her c h a r a c t e r. S h e w a s compassionate and always quick to listen when you needed an ear. Debbie loved people, dancing , walking , camping and generally anything active or out in the sunshine. With her love of dance and magnetic p e r s o n a l i t y, i t w a s n ’ t uncommon for her to magically round up a line dancing group even while CAMPING!!! Always sporting a huge smile (even towards the end there was rarely a time when she wasn’t beaming), she was the epitome of joy and all that knew her are forever changed for the better. Left to honor Debbie and remember her love are husband, Douglas Witt; d a u g h t e r, J a m i e R a n d a l (Justin); son, Steven Witt; brothers, Gary Heggen, Neal H e g g e n ; g r a n d d a u g h t e r, Elliana Randal; and many nieces and nephews. She was preceded in death by h e r p a r e n t s , C h a r l e s (Chuck) and Grace Heggen. A memorial ser vice is scheduled for 1 p.m. November 23, 2014 at Prince of Peace Lutheran, with a reception to follow. All are welcome to attend and celebrate Debbie’s life. In lieu of flowers, please send donations to the ALS F o u n d a t i o n a t /Walks/Evergreen?team_id= 278133&pg=team&fr_id=10 128. The family would like to thank Ann from Hospice and Oliver from the ALS Foundation for all their care.

Delmar (BI, Binky, Beeb) Spencer Stinson Jr. Delmar (BI, Binky, Beeb) Spencer Stinson Jr. passed away November 11, 2014 peacefully in Everett, Wash. BI was a 4th generation resident of Granite Falls, Wa s h . B o r n A u g u s t 2 0 , 1948 to Francis (Nevins) and Delmar Spencer Stinson Sr., whom proceeded him in death. He is survived by his three children, Jamie Stinson, Eddie Stinson, Cr ystal (Stinson) Harvie; his grandson, Mar k StinsonDavis; sister, Kay (Stinson) Matson; and niece, M i c h e l l e G o e t z , n e p h ew, Spencer Willard; adopted son, Jamie Evans; and Mary Jean; along with numerous friends and extended family. He Lived, Loved, and Laughed. His Celebration of Life will be a potluck held Saturday November 29, 2014 3 p.m. at the Granite Falls Eagles.

Melvin Crump

July 25, 1936-November 7, 2014 Melvin A. Crump died at home on November 7, 2014 from pulmonar y fibrosis. Mel was born in Oklahoma City, Okla. on July 25, 1936 and grew up in Port Orchard, Wash. After successfully m a n a g i n g s ev e r a l D i c k ’s Drive-Ins, Mel graduated from the University of Washington with a Master’s degree in Librar y Science and moved his family to New Hampshire for his first job as a librarian. M o s t o f M e l ’s l i b r a r y career was at the ModestoStanislaus County Library in California where, as Head of Te c h n i c a l S e r v i c e s , h e brought the library into the computer age. His can-do attitude, irreverent wit, and bread making talents were appreciated by his coworkers. Mel retired in 1994 and moved to Everett where he was a dedicated volunteer for many years. PAWS (Progressive Animal Welfare Society), local food banks, and the Snohomish County Visitors’ Center (Lynnwood) are a few of the organizations that benefited from Mel’s commitment to helping others. His last generous act was donating his body for medical research. Mel was an animal lover, a v o r a c i o u s r e a d e r, a b a d g o l f e r, a n u n d i s c i p l i n e d c l o c k c o l l e c t o r, a n d a n enthusiastic supporter of the Seattle Storm. He loved to travel, especially to London, a n d s p e n t m a ny m o n t h s there living like a local. Mel supported the arts, particularly public radio, and h a p p i l y s h a r e d h i s i Po d playlist with anyone willing to listen. He was a lifelong Liberal and proud to vote in every election. While not a talker, Mel‘s patient nature, happy smile, and sense of humor made him easy to be around. He was also known for always driving a convertible sports car. Mel is survived by his wife, Judy Sasges; twin, Madeline D u r h a m ; s i s t e r, J a c k i e (Jerr y) Duhon; children, Georgia (David) McDermott, Bryan Crump, and Lori (Ron) Bishow; four grandchildren; six great-grandchildren; many other family members and friends, and his two beloved rescue cats, Cleo and Little Girl. He was predeceased by his first wife, Marsha, whom he cared for with great devotion during her long illness; and his parents. Judy thanks Visiting Angel Rachel for her kindness during Mel’s last days. Instead of a memorial service, Mel requested that you care for a needy animal, check out a myster y from your local librar y, play a round of golf, cheer the Storm at a game, suppor t public radio and the arts, or finish a crossword puzzle.

Corrigan Lee Gates Corrigan Lee Gates of Granite Falls was born on January 30, 1949 in B e l l i n g h a m , Wa s h . , a n d passed away on November 11, 2014 in Mar ysville, Wash. Corrigan attended and graduated from the Ferndale S c h o o l D i s t r i c t . H e wa s retired and had worked in civil construction and for the White Pass and Yukon Route Railroad. Corrigan is preceded in death by his parents, Maurine and Winton Gates. He is survived by his son, Victor Lee Gates of Bellingham; his siblings, Winton M. Gates of Granite Falls, V icki Hahn of Oak Harbor and Sydney Bensen of Kent as well as other relatives. A celebration of Corrigan’s life will be hosted at the home of Winton Gates in Granite Falls on Saturday, D e c e m b e r, 2 0 1 4 f r o m 1:00-5:00 p.m.

Jeanne Louise Berg (Erickson) Nov. 8, 1940-Nov. 9, 2014

Jeanne Berg, 74, passed away unexpectedly but peacefully in Mesa, Arizona, Sunday, November 9, 2014. She was born November 8, 1940 in Olivia, Minnesota. She spent most of her life i n E v e r e t t , Wa s h i n g t o n , graduating from Everett High School in 1957. Jeanne dedicated her entire life to her husband Gary; her three d a u g h t e r s ; h e r grandchildren; and great grandchildren. She also dedicated her life to helping others, from Girl Scout l e a d e r, c r a f t s t e a c h e r, s c h o o l s p o r t s , a n d wa s currently President of her HOA in Mesa, Arizona, where she had resided with Gary for the past seven years. Jeanne was preceded in her death by her sister and b r o t h e r - i n - l aw, L o i s a n d Gunner Stenvik. She is sur vived by Gar y, her husband of 53 years; her three daughters, Chris Roesbery (Ed), Brenda Cook (Rick), and Paula Bafaro ( Tr o y ) ; h e r s e v e n grandchildren, Jessica and R y a n R o e s b e r y, Tr a v i s (Megan), Trevor and Drew Torres, and Kyle and Timmy Cook (Nikki); four greatgrandchildren, Oleta, Harley, Kaidin and Atia; sister, Doris Arends (Clarence); and two brothers, Jack and Sam Erickson (Mickie). Jeanne will be dearly missed by her family and her many friends in both Washington and Arizona. In lieu of flowers, please donate to the charity of your choice. Services may be announced at a later date.

Lorraine B. Chittenden O n Fr i d ay, O c t o b e r 3 1 , 2014 at 4:15 p.m., the angels of our Lord came down and rescued our mom from the body that would no longer function. Mom was born to Robert and Blanche Patchen on April 3, 1928 in Chicago, Illinois. From a very early age Mom enjoyed new adventures and soloed at the age of 16. She was always so ver y proud of that accomplishment. She attended college for a couple of years and then started on a career as a flight attendant with Northwest Orient Airlines flying in the DC-6. During her first year working with the airlines, she met our father Grant. They fell in love and were married in 1952 and settled in Portland, Oregon. Mom and Dad had to keep their marriage a secret because at that time, you were not allowed to be married and work for the airlines. Our sister Karen was born and she became a full-time mom. Rob was born in 1954 and just two years later in

1956 they were double blessed with twins Jeff and Steve. By this time they had settled in Belmont, California. T h o s e f i r s t y e a r s we r e filled with plenty of dirty diapers and tantrums but you never heard my mom comp l a i n . M o m wa s v e r y i n volved in all our lives and proved to be a wonderful role model when adversity arose. She was always determined to learn from challenges. In 1971, Mom star ted a successful career selling insurance with Farmers Insurance. She was a force of great courage and personal strength. She never let adversity get her down and always had a smile on her face. In 1978, Mom purchased a small apar tment building and it was here that she had many wonderful tenants who loved her because she was so honest. During the years that followed, Mom was involved in many activities in Everett including her church at First Presbyterian. They loved her very much for the person that she was and her quick laugh. Mom never said anything bad about anyone and always believed in living in the moment. She was ver y involved in all her grandkids’ lives, especially Steve’s son Austin whom she took care o f f o r a f ew y e a r s . S h e taught her children the value of working hard, being kind to others and saving and investing money. In 2001, Mom decided to move to Portland to be closer to Rob and Karen and their families. She quickly found a group of friends. Her health declined in 2011 and she was moved to Riverwood Care Center where she received so much love and compassion from the entire staff. She lived there until her passing. She was truly a wonderful, kind and caring person and we will miss her. She leaves behind her four children and spouses of the boys, Holly, Apr yl and Julie. She also leaves behind her grandchildren, Tyler, Austin, Derick, A, Charlie, Breaker and Luke who all adored her ver y much. Also great grandson, C h a s e a n d R o b ’s s t e p daughter, Kristy and her husband, Travis Peterson and their children, Joylee and Shaylee. Memorials to Kings City Lions Club, 15685 SW 116th Ave. PMB 294, King City, Oregon 97224-2651 or charity of your choice. A reception will be in Everett on December 6, 2014. Please call Jeff or Steve for further details. Mom, you made us all better people. We would not be where we were at if it were not for you consistent love and encouragement. We miss you but we know you are in the arms of Jesus, free from pain and able to do the things you love. We love you so much, Mom!

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Hiding our kids in the closet A teacher asks if lockdown drills should be our only response to school shootings By Launa Hall Special To The Washington Post


emember that activity when we all get in the closet and pretend we’re not even there, so our principal can’t find us?” I choose my words carefully as I prep my pre-kindergarten students for the lockdown drill scheduled for that afternoon. These drills have become routine at elementary schools in Arlington, Virginia, and at schools across the country. After the latest school shooting, on Oct. 24 in Marysville, schools will no doubt be running through drills yet again. Teachers ask each other: What can we do about all these shootings? Lock the doors, we’re told, and assume the worst is coming.

When you’re guiding 4- and 5-year-olds through a drill, your choice of words can mean everything. “Activity,” not “game,” because we laugh during games, and I can’t risk introducing laughter. I don’t say “police,” because some little kids find police officers scary, and I can’t risk introducing tears. Instead, even though our principal isn’t there this day, I want them to picture his kind but purposeful face when they hear the police officers and administrators hustling down the hallway, testing the doorknob of each room. I don’t say “quiet,” because I can’t risk them shushing one another while they are crammed together, practically sitting in each other’s laps. And because it’s not quiet that’s required for this drill, but rather complete

Instead of controlling guns and inconveniencing those who would use them, we are rounding up and silencing a generation of schoolchildren. silence. As silent as children who aren’t there at all. After lunch we hear a fiddling with the loudspeaker. Our wellmeaning assistant principal is nearing retirement, and certain technologies, such as the many buttons on the intercom, are a strain on her. There is a low mumbling, which may be coaching from the office staff. More fumbling — perhaps a drop. Then, flustered, at last,

the assistant principal says, “Lockdown, everyone, thank you.” My eyes meet my assistant’s over the heads of our students. Usually, we get the announcement: “We are in a lockdown. This is a drill.” The assistant principal didn’t say the word “drill.” But of course it has to be. We were told about it in an all-staff email hours ago. This is totally routine, I tell myself.

I’m annoyed that I took even a split second to consider an alternative. I stand, make purposeful eye contact with my preschoolers and gesture with my hands that we are going to the closet, right now. My expression here must be just so. Too much smile, and they’ll ask questions and laugh. Too much severity, and they’ll balk, rebel or be fearful. Make a sound with my hands or feet, and they will, too. Tip-toe too slowly, and they will, too. All is well, I must convey, but I am not kidding. We get the children into the closet. My assistant lowers the window blinds, submerging our bright classroom in an odd, midday twilight, while I go to the classroom door. I See HIDING, Page B9

GUEST COMMENTARY | Converting farmland to wetlands

Marshland project unlikely to improve fish habitat By Curt Young


fter reading “Everett Marshland’s future a bit muddy,” in the Nov. 4 Herald, I feel it is my civic duty to make some comments. I am no stranger to this subject; I am a retired biologist who spent 32 years reviewing environmental impact statements and managing wetlands, including Spencer and Ebey Islands. First, if this project was submitted by a non-government entity it would not be given any hope of progressing. Each project within this document is unique and must have its own environmental impact statement. To lump 11 projects into one document and request comments as one EIS, in 45 days, is laughable, but the government did it because they can. Below I would like to add my comments which generally apply to all the projects. Cost estimates and benefits: Cost is purely an educated guess if everything goes perfectly. Also a low cost estimate has a much better chance of

READER RESPONSE ■■“Everett Marshland’s future a bit muddy,” by Herald Writer Chris Winters was published Nov. 4 in The Herald. ■■Article summary: A proposal to return agricultural land to wetland near Lowell is facing opposition. ■■Original article: approval and funding. But the original estimate is usually not even close to the actual cost. I am sure everyone has read about projects that are way beyond budget (Big Bertha anyone?), so it is reasonable for readers to inflate the cost estimates by a factor or three or more to get something close to reality. And with similar logic, is it beneficial for project approval to estimate benefits as high as possible. In reality, the expected benefits rarely meet expectations.

Restoring wetlands: All of the lands are already wetlands. If you doubt this try getting a building permit. These wetlands already support a large variety of wildlife. If grazed, wetlands host a variety of waterfowl, hawks, owls, shorebirds, frogs and song birds. If the area is returned to tidal mud flats where is the habitat mitigation for these species? Enhancing salmon habitat: When the south end dikes of Spencer Island were breached about 1990 there were great expectations for fish use. The fish use and habitat changes were monitored extensively by state, county and federal agencies, but the expected increase in fish use was minimal, while the costs were substantial. Increasing salmon population: The cheapest way to increase fish numbers is to build and operate a hatchery. Critics point out the low return rate and impact on native fish. But the reality is there is no net loss of fish. Orcas and marine mammals are fed by the hatchery fish, as are diving ducks like grebes and scoters, all of

which are either endangered or on the threatened list. It is not feasible to raise any of these non-fish species in a hatchery, but one can raise salmon and the “loss” is a gain for the other species. Even fish that are not eaten will die and provide food for insects, which in turn are food for fish. In addition, if you believe in global warming the future of “native” salmon is not very rosy. The rivers will be subject to more quick flooding which scours the gravel where the eggs are laid. This results in a loss of an entire generation of young. In addition, the rivers will be lower in the summer causing warmer waters and fish stranding. The ocean is also becoming warmer and less productive. Farmland and water: As the climate becomes drier at some point there will not be enough water to make it feasible to farm the deserts of Washington and California. Already California is questioning the use of water to farm the San Joaquin valley. The sub-irrigated lands of western Washington, lands like Everett Marshland, may

be prime farmland in 20 years. With this proposal it will be mud flats, and other agricultural lands will be returned to salt water. The productive Kent valley has long since been lost to several feet of gravel and blacktop. Do we want local products, or pay the price of burning fossil fuels to have them shipped from China or Brazil? The bottom line is that society can never bring back salmon, or trout, and shoreline habitats to what it was in the past. There are too many pressures on the land and waters to satisfy the needs of people, such as homes, roads, business, timber, fish, parks, etc. Some habitat modification projects make sense, but it takes more detailed analysis and a vision of what is needed 20 years in the future. Given a ballpark figure of $25 million for construction of just one fish hatchery, spending taxpayer funds of $1.2 trillion for the 11 projects is a poor investment if the primary purpose is for increasing fish numbers. Curt Young is a Snohomish resident.

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Editorial Board Josh O’Connor, Publisher Jon Bauer, Editorial Page Editor Neal Pattison, Executive Editor Carol MacPherson, Editorial Writer

SUNDAY, 11.16.2014

IN OUR VIEW | Timber harvests and landslides

Logging rules timely and just Regulation often isn’t popular with those being regulated. Note the objection of timber companies Weyerhaeuser and Sierra Pacific and the Washington Farm Forestry Association on Wednesday to the state Forest Practices Board’s approval of new timber harvest rules. The rules immediately expanded the authority of the state Department of Natural Resources to require landowners to provide more geotechnical information when planning timber harvests on potentially unstable land, as Herald Writer Jerry Cornfield reported Wednesday. The process to rewrite the rules followed the March 22 landslide near Oso that killed 43 people. A report in July blamed heavy rain and previous landslides among the factors that caused the slide along the North Fork of the Stillaguamish River. There has

been no official ruling that previous logging in the area of the slide was a contributing factor, but timber harvest is a concern on potentially unstable grades because it can cause more water to be absorbed and increase the soils’ instability and the likelihood of slides. While a spokesman for the Washington Farm Forestry Association said a review of the rules was “well-intentioned,” the association’s Ken Miller said at an Olympia hearing prior to the Forest Practices Board’s decision that the process had been rushed and was an “overreaction” to the Oso tragedy and would create a disincentive for private forestland owners to harvest timber. No doubt some owners of private forestlands will find the new requirements for additional data to be too

expensive or time-consuming to make harvest of timber on some lands feasible. But ownership of property isn’t a guarantee of income and it comes with an implied contract for responsible use. There are other options for land that is deemed inappropriate for logging, including application for conservation easements that would cut the property taxes for land taken out of resource production. In late October, 10 families, representing 14 of those who died in the Oso landslide, filed suit in King County Superior Court against Snohomish County, the state and an owner of forestland who had logged in the area, citing a failure to recognize dangers and take steps to protect lives and property, as Herald Writers Scott North and Rikki King reported on Oct. 27. Simply put: The decision by

the Forest Practices Board was neither rushed nor an “overreaction.” The rule changes seeking more information before ruling on a logging permit represent the state taking reasoned steps to promote resource production while protecting public safety. At the same public hearing where the new rules were called an overreaction, another industry group, the Washington Forest Protection Association, which promotes sustainable forestry, suggested the board consider the rule changes in the interim, so amendments can be made as may be necessary before they are made final in August. The board agreed. Even so, the association’s Karen Terwilliger, said it was time to act. “We understand the importance of dealing with this issue now,” she said.

Knock off the manipulation of prices, quit lying about the droughts, and let’s get beef prices in line with where they should be. And then maybe your advertising motto: “Beef, it’s what’s for dinner,” will not be meant only for the rich.

color blind, nor classless society. Until we invest the time to research and educate ourselves on the facts, and not acquiesce to our prejudices and fears, we will continue to significantly overestimate the U.S. immigrant population; greatly exaggerate the threat of Middle Eastern terrorism, and be consumed and clueless about the threat of the Ebola virus. According to the article, we are underestimating the real risks we face, including death by auto accidents, homicide/suicide, drug overdoes, or in my opinion, a random killing spree by a student at a local high school or college.


PUD response fast, if a bit much I want to thank the PUD for a rapid response to my reporting a defective street light. A one-day turnaround was exemplary, but did we really need three trucks and six men to change one light bulb? Ludovic Perry Everett


Will president, Congress react? The election is over and the people have spoken — loud and clear! However, this is not a time for the Republicans to fist bump and high five. Nor is it time for the Democrats to wring their hands. This election was a repudiation of Obama administration policies and discontent over the direction this country is going; and disgust over our do-nothing Congress, aimed at both political parties. The American people are saying “Representatives and senators, do your job — get to work!” There are major problems and challenges that this country faces and they cannot be solved without bipartisan cooperation. While the word “compromise” may not be in President Obama’s or Harry Reid’s vocabulary, it has always been and should be part of our political process. We can all agree that we need sensible reform in the following areas: health care (and not a law that we have to pass to see what’s in it or depend on the stupidity of American voters to pass it); Social Security and Medicare (eliminating the fraud and waste would pay for both programs for generations to come); immigration (rules that secure our borders and give people in this country illegally a path to citizenship but does not put them ahead of immigrants who followed the law); environment (sensible but not punitive laws); the national debt and out-of-control spending (by both political parties); and our need for a balanced budget. President Obama can react to all of this with a spirit of cooperation in working with Republicans and Democrats in Congress and actually representing all of the people of this great nation, or he can trash the Constitution with executive orders further dividing this nation. If President Obama chooses to sit on the sidelines and pout and start planning his book and lecture tour, then Congress should

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move forward without him. Are Republicans and Democrats going to move the ball toward the goal line or are they going to punt—again? Mike Shouse Edmonds


Ranchers collude to keep beef high It’s time to give the cattle ranchers and their promoters some credit for becoming the next “thugs” on the American people. While we were all screaming at the big oil companies for manipulating the price of oil, and therefore the price we paid for gas, the beef ranchers were slowly but surely manipulating the price of cattle up while blaming fuel prices for farming equipment as a major factor in the price of beef. We all hated the big oil companies so bad it was easy to jump on that bandwagon. So here is a message to the cattle ranchers. There is still grass growing everywhere. By the looks of Eastern Washington there is plenty of corn in the fields and the price of gas has dropped significantly.

Dean Zevenbergen Marysville


Race, class, fear blind us to facts Regarding the Thursday editorial, “Time to mind the facts, not fear”: I immediately reflected on the national perceptions of terrorism in the U.S. and the Ebola virus. According to an article in the Louisiana Weekly, white supremacists groups in the U.S. have killed more local law enforcement officers over a five-year period than socalled Islamic terrorists. According to a letter published in The Herald, President Obama is the worst president in history of the U.S. because he would not stop airline flights into the U.S. from West Africa in response to the Ebola virus. The president cautioned us to take a deep breath and count to 10 and reminded his fellow Americans that the flu virus poses a greater threat of death to Americans than the Ebola virus. It is my understanding that there has been one confirmed death in the U.S. from the Ebola virus, and a few other people who are being treated and/or quarantined because of their close contact with the virus. Unfortunately, in my opinion, many of our perceptions as American citizens are based upon race, class and fear. It is not surprising that the U.S. is second only to Italy in a pollster’s index of ignorance about the realities of modern life. In the year 2014, we are neither a

Faheem Siddiq Everett


His bold action is very admirable Though not a Catholic and to be honest not much caring for religions all that much, have to say God bless Pope Francis’s bold action in demoting Cardinal Burke, and kudos also for his agenda of reform to bring help to the common man across the world. Now that’s putting your money where your mouth is, so score one for the good guys and better still; the vision of the self-righteous conservatives wringing their beads in a crazy frenzy is priceless. Can a pope be impeached … for practicing his faith? Did anybody verify this guy’s credentials? How do we even know if he’s really a Catholic? During the Cold War he might have been accused of being a communist, but in today’s climate no doubt will wear the moniker of a progressive. God help us, right? Dennis Doolittle Arlington

Obama, China score wins on foreign policy


he photograph on Tuesday from Beijing was as carefully arranged as a display of Ming china: Presidents Barack Obama and Xi Jinping discussing the world’s business as they walked, side by side, across a bridge with ornate, brilliantly illuminated guideposts. The artfully staged image conveyed a message: China has arrived as a great power. Its leader stands nearly as tall as the DAVID IGNATIUS American president (and he’s ready, as he showed later, to speak American-style, without notes, at a news press conference). Rather than insisting on its inability to share responsibility, a strong China is ready to do business. The surprise of the Beijing summit was that a weakened President Obama, a week after a pulverizing midterm election, was able to gain significant agreements on reducing climate change, lowering tariffs for information technology, sharing intelligence about counterterrorism and helping the two nations’ militaries avoid miscalculations. “The summit was more successful than most expected,” says Ken Lieberthal, a leading China analyst at the Brookings Institution. Obama and Xi “took a relationship that was increasingly scratchy and fractious” and showed they could make it work. Kurt Campbell, who was Obama’s assistant secretary of state for Asia and is now a consultant, agrees that Obama “played a weak hand much more effectively than expected.” Why did this summit deliver results when U.S. diplomacy has been faltering elsewhere? One simple explanation is that the White House worked hard to prepare the ground. National security adviser Susan Rice traveled to Beijing in September for talks. Counselor John Podesta worked nearly a year preparing the climate-change package. David Shear, an assistant secretary of defense, rapidly crafted confidence-building measures to reduce tensions at sea and in the air. At a deeper level, the Beijing summit symbolized China’s embrace of its new status as a great power — which is a mixed blessing from the U.S. standpoint. In past encounters, Chinese leaders have often responded to U.S. requests for cooperation by insisting on their weakness: China is still a poor country; its military is tiny compared to that of the United States. U.S. officials have come to see this “humble pie” talk as a way of ducking responsibility. This moment may have come in Beijing. “China is ready to work with the United States to make efforts in a number of priority areas,” said Xi in his joint news conference with Obama. Obama sounded a similar note of realism about cooperation with the new China: “Even as we compete and disagree in some areas, I believe we can continue to advance the security and prosperity of our people.” Explains Campell: “What Xi has done is demonstrate that he’s comfortable with China being depicted as a powerful state.” Obama responded by showing that the U.S. is ready to engage this powerful China, as long as it acts responsibly. On the path to this summit, Xi demonstrated his power and self-confidence, to a fault. He reached out to Russia, cleverly playing the triangular game of superpower politics; he tried to intimidate Japan and other Asian neighbors with claims of China’s territorial waters; he conducted an anti-corruption purge at home that shook up the party, and tightened its authoritarian screws. But Lieberthal argues that in recent weeks, Xi sensed it was “time to dial back,” especially toward Japan. Just before the summit, a Chinese statement appeared to ease confrontation on the disputed Senkaku-Diaoyu islands and move the issue to the murky “to be solved later” file, long reserved for Taiwan. This seems to be a victory for Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe, who had hung tough during Chinese threats. Meanwhile, China seems to have backed away slightly from its embrace of the mercurial Russian President Vladimir Putin, whose macho gesture of draping his coat over Xi’s wife at Monday’s dinner seemed more Sancho Panza than Don Quixote. One U.S. analyst cites a Mao Zedong proverb that’s a caution in assessing the neo-realism of the Beijing summit: “Despise the enemy strategically, but respect him tactically.” David Ignatius’ email address is

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ow that Everett is trying to seize and sell the prostitution-scandal-plagued bikini barista stands in the city, by all means bring on the long underwear coffee stands. Possible names: Union Suit Cafe. No Sex Espresso. Lots and Lots of Layers and Lattes. Let’s review other news with a nice hot cup of Joe. (Coffee, of course. Not the young man from the Speedo barista stand.) ■■“Can Taylor Swift’s ‘1989’ save ailing music industry?”: Doesn’t the word “industry” imply more than one singer or group? How can one overly publicized, fashionobsessed singer save an industry? Remember when you used to hear new music on the radio? ■■“Premiere: Barry Manilow duets with Louis Armstrong”: (And 10 other dead singers.) Let’s go

QUOTABLE “Bob was a leader and giant, and will be remembered by the thousands of young people whose life trajectories he influenced with the gift of education.”

— College Success Foundation, in a statement about Bob Craves, a co-founding officer of Costco, who died this week at 72. After leaving Costco, he set up the foundation to enable disadvantaged youth in Washington state and, later, in Washington, D.C., to gain access to higher education.


“Fast food restaurants in black neighborhoods have significantly higher odds of using kids’ meal toy displays to market their products to children compared to restaurants in white neighborhoods.”

— Punam Ohri-Vachaspati, lead author of a study found that fast food chains in predominantly black neighborhoods were more than 60 percent more likely to advertise to children than in predominantly white neighborhoods.


“It should not be a matter of luck that keeps an airplane and a drone apart. So far we’ve been lucky.”

— Rory Kay, a training captain at a major airline and a former Air Line Pilots Association safety committee chairman, talking about the nearly daily reports of drone sightings near other planes, helicopters and airfields.


“I don’t think the facts are really in dispute. We’ve raised primarily procedural questions. ”

— attorney David Bricklin, representing the Mountain Loop Conservancy in appealing a decision by the county hearing examiner that allowed Green Mountain Mine to operate at night until the end of the year to keep up with the Boeing 777X plant project.

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quickly check for any children in the hallway, anyone I could pull to safety in my room. That’s part of the protocol. But who do I think would be there? The whole school is doing this drill. It is, in fact, just a drill, I reassure myself. I lock the door, pull a paper shade over the glass and, silently, step back to the closet. We don’t quite fit, 16 tiny bodies sitting crisscross applesauce, hands in laps, plus two adults. But I nudge my way in, and I begin to work the room, pulling out every teacher trick I know to maintain the silence while we wait. And wait. We hear the echoing footsteps, then the sharp, metallic rattle of the doorknob. I absolutely

CAROL MACPHERSON out on a limb and predict that this won’t save the “ailing music industry” either. (It does make one wonder if Manilow has a young singer in mind who he hopes will duet with him after he has died...) ■■“Wearable health technology still just a novelty, report finds”: Rats. So my new Basal Metabolic Rate Wonder Bra isn’t really working? The two possible results from the bra’s calculations that advise

either “Have a milkshake!” or “Mix in a salad once in a while!” are not based on scientific evidence? Good to know. ■■“Tycoon’s ex-wife says $1 billion divorce settlement not enough”: Wow. Can one woman’s settlement save the ailing tycoon-ex-wife industry? ■■“Obama’s gum chewing irks some”: That’s his nicotine gum habit, which replaced his cigarette smoking. An online commenter, critical of the president, noted how he “quit 35 years ago, cold turkey. No nicotine gum, toothpicks or pacifier. I’m sure I wasn’t the only one either.” Congratulations to all those who quit cold turkey, and congratulations to all those who quit after several attempts. And much encouragement to those contemplating quitting.

But lest we are too hard on Obama, how many people who quit cigarettes — cold turkey or otherwise — did so during their highly stressful terms as President of the United States of America? ■■“Amazon, Hachette end publishing dispute”: So they agreed to bury the Hachette? ■■“How fast food chains target black kids”: By following the patented Big Tobacco Blueprint? ■■“Dewitos? Pepsi tests Doritosflavored Mountain Dew”: Yum? Much like recent Taco Bell and Jack in the Box menu and advertising “innovations,” Pepsi joins the bandwagon in which young men with the munchies are the targeted, darling, dude demographic for fast food, soda and chips. ■■“Steps to avoid an accident”: The article is about how the practice of tai chi — which involves

very slow, purposeful movements — helps older people with balance and gait. Dr. Lewis A. Lipsitz of Harvard said he has seen how tai chi helps, and is quoted thusly: “If only we could put tai chi in a pill.” Because “very slow, purposeful movements” are too strenuous? Or does the doctor have a sly sense of humor, and is really commenting on the very problem — the common American desire that absolutely everything be solved with a pill? ■■“This robot butler can unload your dishwasher”: Because if you can’t put in a pill, you can always build a robot to do your tai chi, or unload your dishwasher. Employ the old phrase, “Don’t be such a pill” this week. Carol MacPherson: 425-3393472;

Climate pact beyond GOP’s reach Despite their protests, there’s little Republicans can do to scuttle Obama’s climate initiatives.


he minute we glimpse a flicker of hope in the fight against climate change, Republicans in Congress announce their intention to snuff it out. Fortunately for the planet, it seems they can’t. This week’s stunning announcement of a long-range agreement between the Obama administration and the Chinese government over carbon emissions is the best environmental news in years. Not to sound grandiose, it means the world still has a chance to save itself from unmitigated disaster. The significance of the accord, which was doggedly pursued by Secretary of State John Kerry, is not just that the world’s two biggest emitters of greenhouse gases have agreed to take action. China’s ambitious target of generating 20 percent of its energy from sources other than fossil fuels by 2030 promises massive investment and innovation — a huge boost for clean-energy technologies, with impact worldwide. Pay no attention to the “Yes, but” chorus. It is true that China could have committed to an earlier date for carbon emissions to level off and should have set interim targets. It is true that meeting the new U.S. goals will be no trivial undertaking. It is also true that the multiplying smokestacks of India, the thirdlargest emitter, will continue to spew heat-trapping carbon at an unfettered pace — for now. These caveats are overshadowed by the fact that the U.S.-China agreement has the impact of a defibrillator upon U.N.-sponsored international negotiations for a global climate treaty, which have been sputtering for years and were on the verge of flat-lining. The deal makes irrelevant the argument that the whole endeavor is pointless unless the world’s two biggest emitters — together responsible for about 40 percent of the carbon being pumped into the atmosphere — are willing to commit themselves. That argument has also been

know that I locked that door not three minutes before, and yet I’m flooded with an absurd relief when our lock holds. The footsteps fall away down the hallway, and we hear the next door rattle, and the next. It won’t be long now. But it is. Usually these drills last somewhere between three and four minutes. The doorknob rattles, there’s a pause, and then the principal’s voice on the loudspeaker thanks us for our cooperation and excellent readiness, and invites us to enjoy the rest of our afternoon. This time, another minute passes, and then another. No announcement. I press my finger to my lips with a look that says: Don’t even wonder for a second if I’m serious because I am. I step from the close air of the closet into the cool, still classroom. I listen. Not a sound. And even though I know better, even though I could reason my

EUGENE ROBINSON used domestically by foes of President Obama’s sciencebased climate policy. But if you expected Tuesday’s earthshaking announcement to change the hyper-partisan U.S. debate, well, you don’t know much about today’s Republican Party. House Speaker John Boehner immediately denounced the pact as “the latest example of the president’s crusade against affordable, reliable energy that is already hurting jobs and squeezing middle-class families.” Sen. Mitch McConnell, soon to be the majority leader, said he was “particularly distressed” by the deal and said that carbon regulations are already “creating havoc in my state and other states across the country.” At least McConnell has the excuse of being from Kentucky, a coal-mining state

way around this drill, I fall headfirst into the scenario that this whole theatrical production has invited me to play out. OK, this is it. So, who am I? Am I the one who dies valiantly tackling the shooter? Am I the quick-thinking teacher who saves several hidden children, telling the shooter they’re in the auditorium, before I am shot? Am I the teacher who sprawls into a body shield with all my best intentions but succeeds only in dying along with my charges? My inner voice, as clear as an actual voice in that silence, reminds me: You’re a mom. Hide. You have children of your own. I turn back to the closet. Near my hand is a stuffed animal we call Puppy Dog, our class mascot. He’s a special friend to my students, who live in apartments and don’t have pets. We sing to Puppy Dog each morning and say goodbye to him every afternoon. I pick him up now with only a vague idea of what

where politicians can hardly be expected to jump for joy over carbon caps. The incoming head of the Environment and Public Works Committee, Sen. James Inhofe of Oklahoma — a state where coal is not a big industry — has called climate change a “hoax” and a conspiracy to “shut down this machine called America.” “God’s still up there,” Inhofe said on a radio program in 2012. “The arrogance of people to think that we, human beings, would be able to change what He is doing in the climate is to me outrageous.” Inhofe’s view is theologically questionable and scientifically absurd, but there you have it: The U.S. senator with the most power to affect environmental policy does not believe climate change is conceivable, let alone real. The problem for Republicans who want to stall climate action is that Obama can carry out his agenda without them. The GOP has enough votes in the House to pass legislation blocking this or that, but not enough to surmount the Senate’s de facto 60-vote threshold. And even if Republicans managed to get a bill through both chambers, they

trick I’ll pull out next. Maybe we’ll each give him a squeeze, then pass him to the next friend. I don’t know how much more miracle silence I can produce. The children have already far exceeded my expectations. I crouch with them again, aware that I am shaking. That drill last spring, the one without the word “drill,” lasted 13 minutes. No full explanation was offered about why it went on so long — a mix-up regarding the checking of hallways, it seems, and possibly some missing keys. It doesn’t really matter. Minor mistakes that result in the addition of mere minutes shouldn’t be any big deal. But this was a big deal. It was the lockdown drill that spilled over its edges into Lockdown. I made the mental shift, if only for a moment, from the routine to a pure, clear terror. Which of those states of mind makes more sense? I teach in

are far short of the two-thirds majorities they would need to override a presidential veto. The most far-reaching action on climate change will emerge from the Environmental Protection Agency: By the middle of 2015, the EPA is scheduled to issue new rules limiting carbon emissions from new and existing power plants. Republicans may attempt to harry the agency through the budget process, but in the end there is probably little they can do. Is China so committed to fighting climate change that it will not just meet but probably exceed its targets, as President Xi Jinping confidently predicted? We’ll see. But I’m convinced the Chinese government sees longterm continued reliance on coal as politically unsustainable. Can India be persuaded to take any measures at all that might slow its rush to match China’s rapid development? I’m not entirely sure. But the world is much closer to taking meaningful action against climate change than a week ago. This could be Obama’s most important legacy. Eugene Robinson’s email address is eugenerobinson@

a country awash in weaponry. Maybe that moment I stood alone in my classroom was when I was closest to the truth. In 13 minutes, according to my gruesome and involuntary mental calculus, a single gunman with his effortlessly obtained Bushmaster XM15-E2S rifle and 26 rounds in each of two additional magazines could potentially kill 78 of us. Even considering the time it takes to calmly reload. Instead of controlling guns and inconveniencing those who would use them, we are rounding up and silencing a generation of schoolchildren, and terrifying those who care for them. We are giving away precious time to teach and learn while we cower in fear. It’s time to stop rehearsing our deaths and start screaming. Launa Hall is a teacher in Arlington, Virginia, and is working on a collection of essays about teaching.

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Huskies melt down in desert again Cooper fumbles with 1:33 remaining and UW in the lead, Wildcats kick FG as time expires to hand Huskies 27-26 loss. By Christian Caple The News Tribune

TUCSON, Ariz. — The chart is not culpable for this heartbreak. Not by itself. It did not cause Deontae Cooper to fumble. It did not commit 13 penalties, or allow a fake field goal for a touchdown, or fumble in the red zone, or botch an extra point. It didn’t blow coverage on a long pass to Samajie Grant that set up Arizona’s first touchdown. It didn’t snap the ball at Cyler Miles’ legs, it didn’t commit a defensive holding penalty on fourth down,

and so it cannot be exclusively blamed for the Washington Huskies’ soul-crushing 27-26 loss here to No. 17 Arizona on Saturday afternoon. But the second-guessing will begin and end with that chart, the one that Huskies coach Chris Petersen consulted with a little more than two minutes remaining in the fourth quarter, when he decided three kneel-downs would not sufficiently ice the clock on what should have been a feel-good victory. In the end, Casey Skowron won the game for the Wildcats with a 47-yard field goal as time expired. But Arizona did not win this game so much as the Huskies lost it. They had a first down at their own 44-yard line after Miles rushed for a first down on

Arizona kicker Casey Skowron (41) kicks a gamewinning field goal as time expires as the Wildcats rallied late to beat Washington 27-26 on Saturday. RICK SCUTERI / ASSOCIATED PRESS

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Tips beat Blazers in shootout Lotz stops 14 of 15 shootout attempts as Everett escapes with victory. By Nick Patterson Herald Writer

It was a special moment for the senior when she realized she had won the state championship. “I was so happy. I was happy that I could make my coach proud. I was happy that I could make Marysville proud, especially with everything that’s been going on. That was what I was most happy about,” Wherley said, referring to last month’s shooting at Marysville Pilchuck High School. Marysville Getchell’s head

EVERETT — When Kevin Davis’ shot went in to end an epic shootout the Everett Silvertips piled off the bench, but they didn’t go to Davis. Instead, they made a beeline to mob a goaltender who just turned in a performance for the ages. Austin Lotz stopped 14 of the 15 shootout attempts he faced as the Tips escaped with a 3-2 shootout victory over the Kamloops Blazers on Saturday night at Xfinity Arena. “That was probably the longest one I’ve ever been in,” Lotz said. “It was fun, though.” The game had the makings of a disaster for Everett. After building a 2-0 lead in the first period the Tips spent the rest of the game on their heels. Still, the Tips all but had the game won before the Blazers tied it up with just one second remaining in regulation. Then in overtime Kamloops put the puck in the net, only to have the goal disallowed after a lengthy video review. Then it was a goaltending battle of the highest order in the shootout as Lotz and Kamloops netminder Connor Ingram matched one another save for save — the first 24 shooters were all denied. Michael Fora looked like he may have won it for Kamloops in the 13th round, only for Carter Cochrane to answer for Everett to keep the shootout alive. Then in the 15th round Lotz denied Patrik Maier, bringing Davis to the ice. Davis beat Ingram with a shot to the glove side to end the game.

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Jackson’s Madison Pressler (center) and Nicole Limberg (right) react to the news that they tied Richland for the 4A state swimming title on Saturday.

Jackson rallies to tie Marysville Getchell diver Richland, captures share of Wherley becomes first state 4A team state championship champion in school history By Aaron Lommers Herald Writer

FEDERAL WAY — What started as a great day for the Jackson girls swimming team ended much better than that. After earning a first-place finish and two second-place finishes in the first three events of the 4A state swimming and diving meet at the King County Aquatics Center on Saturday, the Timberwolves won the final two events of the night to catch for Richland for a share of the state championship, each with

By Aaron Lommers

169 points. The Timberwolves entered the final event, the 400-yard freestyle relay, in fourth place, 12 points behind the leader Richland. After falling behind early in the race, a pair of sophomores rallied Jackson to the win. Swimming the third leg, Nicole Limberg claimed the lead for Jackson and the anchor Madison Pressler secured it by touching the wall first. Prior to the Timberwolves’ win in the 400 freestyle relay,

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FEDERAL WAY — After placing second at last year’s state meet, Marysville Getchell diver Brooke Wherley set a goal — she wanted to become the first state champion in the school’s history. Mission accomplished. Wherley placed first at Saturday’s 3A state swim and dive championships with a score of 438.85, over 22 points better than Bellevue’s Hannah Walsh, who finished second.

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Carroll’s teams know how to finish season strong R JOHN BOYLE

ENTON — Seattle Seahawks head coach Pete Carroll was fired by two NFL teams in part because of how his teams finished. Fifteen years after the Patriots became the second NFL club to relieve Carroll of his duties in five seasons, however, his ability to have a team peaking at the




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right time is perhaps the biggest reason to be bullish on this year’s Seahawks despite a few earlyseason hiccups and the upcoming

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tough slate of games that await the defending champs. When Carroll became a head coach for the first time in 1994, he, as he can now admit, didn’t really know what he was doing, but still led the Jets to an encouraging 6-5 start. New York would lose its final five games, however, leading to Carroll’s firing after just one season.

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After a two years in San Francisco as a defensive coordinator, Carroll got another chance to be a head coach in New England, but in his third season there, the Patriots faltered down the stretch, going 2-6 after a 6-2 start, leading to another firing.

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NASCAR set to crown 1st-time champ Hamlin, Harvick, Logano, Newman race for Sprint Cup championship.

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HOMESTEAD, Fla. — There was pushing, punching, one ambush in a darkened garage and a bloody brawl. There were thousands of hours spent analyzing the path to the Sprint Cup title as teams tried to adapt to NASCAR’s new championship format. For all the hand-wringing, all the skepticism from loyal fans, all the curiosity about this new Chase for the Sprint Cup championship, NASCAR may have actually gotten it right. There will be a first-time champion Sunday at Homestead-Miami Speedway, where the 10-race Chase concludes with a curious final field. Denny Hamlin, Kevin Harvick, Joey Logano and Ryan Newman will race for the title, and the highestfinishing driver will be crowned champion. “I think depending on what happens on Sunday, it has a chance to be one of the most successful seasons in NASCAR history,” said chairman Brian France. It’s so hyped that even Michael Jordan is expected to be on hand to support Hamlin, a Charlotte Hornets season-ticket holder. NASCAR is absolutely giddy over this new championship system, even though it’s unlikely many people picked this final four in the new, bracket-style Chase. France and his top

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Coincidentally, both Cochrane and Davis hail from Kamloops. “It was pretty nerve-wracking,” Lotz said. “I’m still caught off-guard, I can’t believe how many shots there actually were both ways. You’ve got to give credit to Ingram, too, he played great. We just got lucky enough to score one more than them. “They tried to sneak a couple five-hole that I actually thought went in, but somehow I got a leg on it.” Carson Stadnyk and Ivan Nikolishin scored the goals and Nikita Scherbak had two nice assists for Everett (14-2-2-1), which won in a shootout for the second straight night. Lotz made 30 saves during the game. Deven Sideroff scored the last-second goal that forced overtime for Kamloops, and Mike Winther also scored for the Blazers (9-10-2-2). Ingram made 21 saves during the game. “I think we deserved the win,” Lotz said. “They played a great game as well. We kind of felt we got stabbed in the foot with that last goal. They deserved the goal, and after the disallowed one it felt like we snuck away. But we got the win and that’s all that matters.” Everett played a strong first period, and the Tips parlayed that into a 2-0 lead.


Driver Kevin Harvick sits in his garage as he prepares for Sunday’s Sprint Cup series race. Harvick is one of four drivers vying for the series title.

executives remodeled the entire playoff to put an emphasis on winning and a need to perform at the highest level and take calculated risks when everything is on the line. The result was a 16-driver field — a win in the regular season earned you a spot in the Chase — that raced over a trio of threerace segments. Four drivers were knocked from the field each segment, and a win in any round earned an automatic berth in the next one. Twice in the Chase, a driver was backed into a must-win situation to save his season and delivered: Brad Keselowski’s win at Talladega in the second round, and Harvick’s victory last week at Phoenix that pushed him into the finale. The format has its detractors, though, and many of them are Jeff Gordon fans. He had his best season in years and was nearly perfect in the third round, but

Everett opened the scoring on the power play 4:45 into the game. Scherbak drew the defense to free up Ben Betker for a shot from the point, and Betker’s hard wrister was tipped past Ingram by Stadnyk to make it 1-0. Then the Tips made it 2-0 with 1:25 remaining in the period. Scherbak made a hard one-touch pass from the corner out front to Nikolishin cutting across the slot. Nikolishin made a quick move before slipping the puck past Ingram to make it 2-0. Kamloops stepped up its play in the second period, but the Blazers couldn’t find the net as Lotz made a big save on Winther on a short-handed two-on-one. Everett had chances on the power play late in the period, but couldn’t capitalize, and it remained 2-0 going into the third. Then it was all Kamloops in the third as the Blazers outshot the Tips 17-3 and controlled the puck the entire period. Kamloops got within on on the power play with 8:06 remaining as Winther banged home a rebound after Lotz couldn’t hold Sideroff ’s shot from the high slot. Then with time winding down and Ingram pulled for an extra attacker, an Everett icing gave Kamloops a faceoff in the Everett zone with 22.3 seconds remaining. Everett called a timeout, but Kamloops won the ensuing faceoff. After a couple

Gordon was knocked out of contention last week. He can point to his poor finish at Texas, where he was racing for the win when an aggressive move by Keselowski led to contact, a flat tire, a spin and a 29th-place finish. It was Gordon who angrily confronted Keselowski after the race, leading to a bloody brawl between the drivers and their crews. It was the second postrace skirmish in a month for Keselowski. But Keselowski and Gordon, who combined to win 10 races this season, are both out of title contention. Instead, Hamlin with one win and Newman, who is winless, worked the system to make the finale. Newman, who will be trying to give car owner Richard Childress his first championship in 20 years, makes no apologies for the way he got to the final. “We’ve gone into every race with the intention of winning it

of attempts were blocked, the puck wound up on Josh Connolly’s stick with space at the right point. He fired a shot that wound up going off traffic at the far post and into the net with exactly one second remaining. Sideroff was credited for the goal. In overtime the Blazers thought they won it when Cole Ully put the puck past Lotz. However, the goal was immediately waived off for being kicked in, and after a lengthy video review the original call stood, setting up the dramatic finale.

and leading the most laps and winning the pole,” Newman said. “We just haven’t been as successful as some of these other guys. But our consistency has been there.” That doesn’t sit well with fans who question how France could talk about an emphasis on winning, yet a winless driver is still standing while Gordon, Keselowski, Daytona 500 winner Dale Earnhardt Jr. and six-time and defending champion Jimmie Johnson have been relegated to spectators. “I think that wanting to win events has taken on an undeniable importance,” France said. “At the same time, there ought to be room for teams that do it every week and can be consistent.” Newman is the underdog in this format and will start 21st, the lowest of the four contenders. Hamlin, who lost the 2010 championship in the finale, would also be considered a bit of a longshot based on his performance this season. But the Joe Gibbs Racing driver is the defending race winner and the only title contender who has been in this position before. Logano, at 24, is the youngest in the field. A five-time winner this year for Team Penske, he has the chance to give Roger Penske a sweep of American racing series this season. Penske won the IndyCar championship in September. Then there’s Harvick, who left Childress at the end of last season to drive for good friend Tony Stewart. The career-changing decision in his 14th Cup season has Harvick with his first legitimate shot at a championship.

SILVERTIPS | Update Tonight’s Game Opponent: Portland Winterhawks When: 5 p.m. Where: Memorial Coliseum, Portland Radio: KRKO (1380) Live blog:

Tale of the tape (Stats through Friday)

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Silvertips won shootout 2-1 First Period—1, Everett, Stadnyk 10 (Betker, Scherbak), 4:45 (pp). 2, Everett, Nikolishin 7 (Scherbak, Stadnyk), 18:35. Penalties—Connolly, Kamloops (tripping), 3:39; Benjafield, Kamloops (fighting), 14:31; Wharrie, Everett (fighting), 14:31; Betker, Everett (tripping), 16:00. Second Period—no goals. Penalties—Kamloops bench (too many men, served by Loewen), 7:47; Harrison, Kamloops (high sticking-high sticking), 16:30; Fora, Kamloops (cross checking), 19:09. Third Period—3, Kamloops, Winther 5 (Sideroff, Needham), 11:54 (pp). 4, Kamloops, Sideroff 11 (Connolly, Fora), 19:59. Penalties—Kamloops bench (too many men, served by Kryski), 3:40; Clouston, Kamloops (fighting), 6:20; Aasman, Everett (fighting), 6:20; Betker, Everett (holding), 7:07; Pfeifer, Everett (high sticking), 10:53. Overtime—no goals. Penalties—none. Shootout—Everett 2 (Scherbak NG, Nikolishin NG, Millar NG, Bajkov NG, Stadnyk NG, MacDonald NG, Bauml NG, Low NG, Aasman NG, Fonteyne NG, Juulsen NG, Betker NG, Cochrane G, Wegleitner NG, Davis G); Kamloops 1 (Shynkaruk NG, Ully NG, Winther NG, Kryski NG, Sideroff NG, Shirley NG, Needham NG, Revel NG, McVeigh NG, Connolly NG, Benjafield NG, Harrison NG, Fora G, Loewen NG, Maier NG). Shots on goal—Kamloops 4-10-17-1—32. Everett 11-6-3-3—23. Power-play opportunities—Kamloops 1 of 3. Everett 1 of 6. Goalies—Kamloops, Ingram 2-4-0-2 (23 shots, 21 saves). Everett, Lotz 10-2-1-1 (32 shots, 30 saves). A—5,121.

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EVERETT PORTLAND 13-2-2-1 (29 pts.) 8-11-0-3 (19 pts.) 1st in U.S. Div. 5th in U.S. 1-0-0-0................. Streak ................1-0-0-1 8-2-0-0.................Last 10................6-3-0-1 4-0-1-0...........Head to head ..........1-3-0-1 20.5 (9th) ......... Power play ......20.2 (10th) 78.4 (14th) ....... Penalty kill ......79.2 (13th)

Top skaters EVERETT RW Nikita Scherbak (11 goals, 12 assists) RW Carson Stadnyk (9 goals, 12 assists) C Ivan Nikolshin (6 goals, 15 assists)

PORTLAND C Nicolas Petan (2 goals, 16 assists) RW O. Bjorkstrand (11 goals, 11 assists) C Chase De Leo (12 goals, 12 assists)

No. 1 goalies EVERETT Austin Lotz 9-2-1-1, 2.53, .911

PORTLAND Brendan Burke 4-5-0-3, 3.85, .880

Key injuries/suspensions Everett: LW Dawson Leedahl (knee), C Remi Laurencelle (ankle). Portland: None.

Federer will face Djokovic for ATP title Associated Press LONDON — Roger Federer saved four match points on Saturday to ensure the most successful player at the ATP Finals will take on the best player of the season in a mouthwatering final. Federer, a six-time

champion, fought for nearly three hours to reach a ninth final in a thrilling 4-6, 7-5, 7-6 (6) win over his Davis Cup teammate Stan Wawrinka. The 17-time Grand Slam champion will face the top-ranked Novak Djokovic on Sunday. Having swept his group


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imperiously, Federer was the favorite, but met strong resistance from the Australian Open champion, who failed to cope with nerves in the end. Wawrinka had Federer under constant pressure from the baseline, and kept his composure until he served for the match at 5-4 in the deciding set. He dropped serve following three clumsy approaches to the net on match points. “For sure that game at the end I was nervous,” admitted a devastated Wawrinka. “You make some choice, especially when you’re tired, when you’re nervous. Just wanted to go for it and not wait for mistake.” Federer saved the fourth match point with a service winner in the tiebreak then converted his first chance to seal the semifinal with a drop shot volley that Wawrinka could not return.

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Cano breaks toe when hit by pitch Mariners second baseman Robinson Cano will miss 3-to-4 weeks after being injured during MLB tour in Japan. By Bob Dutton

countrymen in an 8-4 loss. Iwakuma is not expected to pitch again in the series.

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The overnight news Saturday from Japan initially sent a shiver through the Seattle Mariners when All-Star second baseman Robinson Cano suffered a broken baby toe on his right foot when hit by a pitch. Those concerns eased after the Mariners confirmed initial reports that Cano, 32, will likely miss just three-to-four weeks because of a non-displaced fracture. Cano is expected to resume normal off-season activities by mid-December and be 100 percent when the club opens full-squad spring workouts Feb. 25 in Peoria Ariz. “It’s part of the game, getting hurt,” Cano told “I’ll be fine.” Mariners general manager Jack Zduriencik released a statement that said the “injury will not require a cast or treatment, just rest.” The statement also said Cano reported “no pain” in a conversation with trainer Rick Griffin. The injury occurred when Cano was hit by a pitch from Yuki Nishi in the seventh inning of 4-0 loss to Japan’s national team at the Tokyo Dome. Cano walked to first base before leaving the game for a pinch-runner. Cano was taken to a nearby hospital for X-rays, which revealed the broken toe. Four Japanese pitchers combined on a no-hitter over a touring team of Major League players and now hold a 3-0 edge in the five-game series, which continued Sunday at the Tokyo Dome. The final game is Tuesday in Sapporo, although the teams will play an exhibition game Thursday in Okinawa before the MLB players return home. Cano was 2-for-10 in three games against Japan after batting .314 with 14 homers and 82 RBI

Ramirez on roll Right-hander Erasmo Ramirez followed up a strong winter debut by pitching six no-hit innings Friday for Lara before settling for a no-decision in a 2-1 loss to Zulia in the Venezuelan Winter League. Ramirez, 24, struck out five and walked one before exiting what was then a scoreless game. He allowed two unearned runs and five hits over six innings in his only previous outing for Lara. The Mariners face a decision next spring on Ramirez, who was 1-6 with a 5.26 ERA this season in 17 games, including 14 starts. He is out of options, which means he can’t be sent back to the minors without clearing waivers. Ramirez was also 6-5 with a 3.65 ERA this season in 15 games at Triple-A Tacoma.

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The Mariners’ Robinson Cano grimaces after getting hit by a pitch from Japanese pitcher Yuki Nishi in Game 3 of an exhibition series at the Tokyo Dome in Tokyo on Saturday.

over 157 games in his first season with the Mariners after signing a 10-year deal for $240 million as a free agent.

His injury came one day after Mariners teammate Hisashi Iwakuma gave up five runs and 10 hits over four innings against his

Infielder Patrick Kivlehan, who spent most of the season at Double-A Jackson, is this year’s recipient of the Dernell Stenson Sportsmanship Award in the Arizona Fall League. The award is determined through a vote of AFL managers and coaches, and it is given in memory of Stenson, an outfield prospect in the Reds’ organization who died in a 2003 carjacking. Kivlehan, 24, is the first Mariners’ prospect to win the award in its 11-year history. He batted .280 (26-for-93) with four homers and 22 RBI in 24 games for the Surprise Saguaros. The other Stenson nominees were: Glendale outfielder Steven Moya (Tigers), Mesa outfielder Cal Towey  (Angels), Peoria third baseman Hunter Dozier (Royals),  Salt River shortstop Austin Nola (Marlins) and Scottsdale outfielder Aaron Judge (Yankees). The Mariners selected Kivlehan in the fourth round of the 2012 draft. He was recently cited by as the organization’s No. 6 prospect. Kivlehan opened the season by batting .282 with nine homers and 35 RBI in 34 games at Hi-A High Desert before a May 10 promotion moved him to Jackson, where he batted .300 with 11 homers and 68 RBI in 104 games.

4 combine on no-hitter as Japan beats All-Stars 4-0 Associated Press TOKYO — Takahiro Norimoto combined with three relievers on a no-hitter, and Japan beat the Major League Baseball All-Stars 4-0 on Saturday to take a 3-0 lead in their five-game series. Hayato Sakamoto and Sho Nakata each hit a two-run homer. Norimoto, who went 14-10 with a 3.02 ERA this season for the Rakuten Eagles, struck out six over five perfect innings to pick up the win. “It’s too good to be true,” Norimoto said. “I wanted to see how my pitches would work against MLB hitters. The fact that my teammate (Motohiro) Shima was catching made me feel at ease and I was able to perform as usual. The atmosphere at the park was really nice. It was the best outing of my career.” Yuki Nishi took over from Norimoto and struck out four with one walk over two innings. Kazuhisa Makita struck out two in the eighth and Yuji Nishino retired the side in the ninth. “The story tonight was in the hit column with a zero on it,” MLB manager John Farrell said. “Norimoto was outstanding. He was very efficient. He has a powerful fastball and very good late action to go with his split, his slider and cutter.” Sakamoto connected off MLB starter Jeremy Guthrie in the second inning, and Nakata made it 4-0 in the third with a blast off Guthrie over the left field wall. Guthrie took the loss after giving up four runs on five hits in five innings. The MLB All-Stars won an exhibition game 8-7 before the start of the series but have scored just four runs over the first three games. Chris Capuano will pitch Game 4 while Shintaro Fujinami will take the mound for Japan. “We will visit with our coaching staff and try to come up with a lineup that has the ability to go up against Fujinami, who we know is a very good pitcher,” Farrell said.



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Murphy’s Krueger, Booth win titles By Aaron Lommers Herald Writer

FEDERAL WAY — For Archbishop Murphy junior diver Reilly Krueger, the third time truly was the charm. After fifth-place finishes as both a sophomore and a freshman, Krueger broke through on Saturday, winning the 2A state diving championship. Archbishop Murphy dive coach JoLynne Leitzel-Abbe said Krueger’s commitment helped her claim the state championship. “You have some athletes that you don’t have to do anything to and they just kind of shine,” Leitzel-Abbe said. “She’s one of those kids. She’s gives extra. She comes in after practice. She’s a competitor. She’s self-driven

and loves the sport.” Krueger was joined on the podium by teammates Sierra Bequette and Claire Main, who placed sixth and seventh, respectively. It’s the second year in a row Murphy has had three divers on the podium. “We work really hard in practice and it’s great to have two amazing teammates by my side,” Krueger said. Krueger finished with 350.95 points, more than 18 points better than the second-place finisher. Coming into Saturday’s competition, Leitzel-Abbe said she was hoping for a top-three finish for Krueger. “You can only take care of yourself.,” Leitzel-Abbe said. “You can’t take care of anyone else that’s diving,

so you can’t worry about that. If you stay in your own zone, you should do well.” Krueger wasn’t the only Wildcat to win a state championship on Saturday. Archbishop Murphy junior Danielle Booth claimed victory in the 100-yard breaststroke, edging Fife’s Meredith Sawer by four-hundredths of a second “I touched the wall and I was afraid to look back (at the results),” Booth said. Booth went to Cascade High School as a freshman and sophomore and had never made the finals of any of her events. Not only did she make the finals this year, she won a state championship. “Coming from there to here and

making the ‘A’ finals and becoming a state champion, it’s the best feeling in the world,” Booth said. Archbishop Murphy swim coach Erin Edmondson was proud of her whole team, but especially her two state champions. “What they accomplished was absolutely amazing,” Edmondson said. “They came out with goals in mind and they accomplished their goals, if not better than what they had in mind for themselves.” Booth and Krueger helped the Wildcats place third behind runaway winner Liberty and Sehome. “We feel amazing,” Edmondson said. “We couldn’t feel any better than that. I’m just so proud of the girls and their accomplishments.”


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3A Championships King County Aquatics Center Saturday’s final results Team scores: 1. Lakeside 333, 2. Mercer Island 279.5, 3. Bainbridge 232, 4. Bellevue 203, 5. Garfield 143, 6. Roosevelt 138, 7. Holy Names Academy 111, 8. Kennedy 71, 9. Seattle Prep 65, 10. Lakes 64, 11. EdmondsWoodway 57, 12. Hanford 54, 13. Shorewood 53, 14. Ingraham 50, 15. Lake Washington 46, 16. Ballard 43, 17. Juanita 38, 18. Columbia River 36, 19. Nathan Hale 35.5, 20. North Thurston 31, 20. Marysville Getchell 31, 22. Stanwood 29, 23. Wilson 25, 24. Glacier Peak 21, 25. Hazen 20.5, 26. Capital 17, 27. Prairie 16.5, 28. Auburn Riverside 12, 29. Meadowdale 11, 29. Kamiakin 11, 31. Oak Harbor 10, 32. Marysville Pilchuck 8, 32. Sumner 8, 34. Interlake 7, 35. Southridge 5, 36. Bonney Lake 4, 37. Central Kitsap 3, 38. West Seattle 2, 39. Kennewick 1. 200 medley relay—Champion: Bellingham (Kim Williams, Chrtina McDermott, Naomi Ngo, Hannah Walsh) 1:48.55. Local placer: 9. Shorewood (Britt Blomso, Christina Garrison, Nicola Gerbino, Maya McCants) 1:55.14. 200 freestyle—Champion: Leah Fisk (Mercer Island) 1:50.64. Local placer: 16. Marissa Morris (Oak Harbor) 2:04.05. 200 individual medley—Champion: Kim Williams (Bellingham) 2:00.35. Local placers: 4. Luci Brock (Edmonds-Woodway) 2:09.44; 5. Karlie Rimat (Stanwood) 2:10.41; 13. Abby Magee (Marysville Pilchuck) 2:13.94. 50 freestyle—Champion: Marley Cross (Garfield) 23.72. Diving—1. Brooke Wherley (Marysville Getchell) 438.85. Local placers: 3. Annika Dayton (Glacier Peak) 373.35; 10. Alexandra Pimental (Marysville Getchell) 301.90; 12. Iris Psillos (Glacier Peak) 288.65; 13. Chloe Bishop (Marysville Getchell) 288.20. 100 butterfly—Champion: Sophia Chien (Holy Names Academy) 57.66. Local placers: 8. Luci Brock (Edmonds-Woodway) 59.32; 9. Britt Blomso (Shorewood) 1:00.40; 13. Abby Magee (Marysville Pilchuck) 1:00.83. 100 freestyle—Champion: Marley Cross (Garfield) 51.26. Local placer: 9. Morgan Broadhead (Edmonds-Woodway) 55.64. 500 freestyle—Champion: Cameron Smith (Seattle Prep) 4:55.21. Local placers: 4. Karlie Rimat (Stanwood) 5:07.32; 12. Molly Vagt (Oak Harbor) 5:23.45. 200 freestyle relay—Champion: Lakeside (Caronline Wagner, Helen Teegan, Hannah Shabb, Abby Wagner) 1:37.38. 100 backstroke—Champion: Emily Prentice (Lakeside) 59.56. Local placers: 5. Britt Blomso (Shorewood) 1:00.35. 100 breaststroke—Champion: Kim Williams (Bellingham) 1:01.80. Local placer: 8. Victoria Nguyenle (Meadowdale) 1:08.54. 400 freestyle relay—Lakeside (Amber Chong, Addie Chambers, Hannah Shabb, Caroline Wagner) 3:34.55. Local placers: 12. Edmonds-Woodway (Luci Brock, Juliana Epoch, Josie McCloughan, Morgan Broadhead) 3:52.56; 13. Shorewood (Megan Pitts, Maya McCants, Christina Garrison, Britt Blomso) 3:53.13.

2A Championships King County Aquatics Center Saturday’s final results Team scores: 1. Liberty (Renton) 348, 2. Sehome 188, 3. Archbishop Murphy 182, 4. Pullman 171, 5. Ellensburg 157, 6. Fife 150, 7. Squalicum 134, 8. Port Angeles 114, 9. Anacortes 113, 10. Cheney 110, 11. Klahowya 88, 12. Aberdeen 83, 13. North Kitsap 74, 14. Sammamish 51, 15. Port Townsend 44, 16. Naches Valley 33, 17. Steilacoom 32, 18. WF West 28, 19. Tumwater 22, 20. Highline 21, 20. Shorecrest 21, 22. West Valley (Spokane) 18, 22. Kingston 18, 22. Toppenish 18, 25. Mark Morris 16, 26. Clarkston 10, 26. Cashmere 10, 28. Bellingham 9, 29. Black Hills 7, 30. Bremerton 6, 30. Selah 6, 32. Washington 5, 33. Hudson’s Bay 2, 33. Sequim 2, 35. Evergreen (Seattle) 1. 200 medley relay—Champion: Liberty 1:51.40. Local placers: 4. Archbishop Murphy (Kaelee McCloskey, Danielle Booth, Caroline Kowalchuk, Caitlin Mitchell (1:55.08, 15. Shorecrest (Robyn Muilenburg, Julie Moss, Rachel Zylstra, Grace Stallings) 2:04.32. 200 freestyle—Champion: Cecilia Nelson (Liberty) 1:56.47. 200 individual medley—Champion: Taylor McCoy (Pullman) 2:06.92. Local placers: 4. Kaelee McCloskey (Archbishop Murphy) 2:11.87, 11. Caroline Kowalchuk 2:22.53. 50 freestyle—Champion: Mackenna Briggs (Liberty) 23.78. Local placer: 4. Kael McCloskey (Archbishop Murphy) 2:11.87. Diving—1. Reilly Krueger (Archbishop Murphy) 350.95, 6. Sierra Bequette 310.15, 7. Claire Main 299.75. 100 butterfly—Champion: Mackenna Briggs (Liberty) 55.65. Local placer: 4. Kaelee McCloskey (Archbishop Murphy) 59.92. 100 freestyle—Champion: Makenzie Norman (Cheney) 53.31. 500 freestyle—Champion: Ellie Hohensinner (Liberty) 5:08.36. 200 freestyle relay—Champion: Liberty 1:41.23. Local placers: 2. Archbishop Murphy (Caitlin Mitchell, Caroline Kowalchuk, Kaelee McCloskey, Danielle Booth) 1:42.86, 13. Shorecrest (Rachel Zylstra, Maureen Penner, Ailey Childs, Schuyler Peters) 1:51.31. 100 backstroke—Champion: Taylor McCoy (Pullman) 56.95. Local placer: 14. Robyn Muilenburg (Shorecrest) 1:07.23. 100 breaststroke—1. Danielle Booth (Archbishop Murphy) 1:05.64. 400 freestyle relay—Champion: Liberty 3:37.43. Local placers: 14. Shorecrest (Ailey Childs, Robyn Muilenburg, Schuyler Peters, Rachel Zylstra) 4:04.24.



Brooke Wherley (left) from Marysville Getchell accepts her first-place medal Saturday after winning the Class 3A diving competition at the King County Aquatics Center in Federal Way.

Wherley: Wesco divers make a strong showing From Page C1

coach Jaci LeGoreHodgins echoed Wherley’s sentiments. “When you look at everything that’s happened in Marysville the last month and what these kids have dealt with, for her to just be a true champion dealing with all sorts of different emotional challenges around her and to be able to stay focused and still be an incredibly supportive teammate, classmate and captain, it just speaks volumes about her depths and strengths as a person,” LeGore Hodgins said. Wherley finished second to Southridge’s Danielle Freund a year ago. Freund won with a convincing score of 416.35, more than 57 points better than Wherley’s score of 359.25. “Last year, I really wanted to win, but I kind of figured it might have been an attainable goal like it was this year,” Wherley said. “This year, I had a lot more confidence,

especially since I had a better season coming into it than I had last year.” Wherley’s winning point total Saturday was almost 80 points better than her total from a year ago. She credits much of that improvement to doing tougher dives. “This year, I had dives that were harder and I landed on my hands more, which always gets you better scores because it’s not as big of a splash,” Wherley said. Wherley led Walsh by better than 15 points going into her final dive, but never felt she had the championship locked up. “I was still (nervous), you never know,” she said. “My last three (dives) were three of my easier ones, so it was nice to go into it without really worrying about trying to hit it. I just tried to stay consistent and on top of it.” According to LeGoreHodgins, Wherley has been diving especially well in the weeks leading up to the state meet.

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Limberg had won her first individual state title with a win in the 100 breaststroke and freshman Chloe Limargo had won her heat in the same event to place ninth. Limberg and Limargo combined for 29 points in the event, which got Jackson within striking distance of the Bombers. “At the beginning (of the meet) I was like, ‘Oh, we can win,’” Limberg said. “Then I kind of got down, but then I was like, ‘Oh, we can win again.’” Jackson coach Drew Whorley said he was focusing on the individual races as the meet was close to concluding and wasn’t aware how close his team was to a championship. “I knew that we could win the last three heats,” Whorley said. “I was focused on each individual race and

“Two weeks ago she just had a quantum shift where she started diving like a diver we’ve never seen before in high school diving,” LeGoreHodgins said. “She was just ripping dives at practice.” Behind Walsh in third place was Glacier Peak senior Annika Dayton, who finished with 373.35 points. “She’s improved so much from last year to this year,” Wherley said of Dayton. “I know that she did a lot of diving over the summer. I knew she was going to end up (on) the podium, but I didn’t know where she was going to be. I was super proud of her. She did amazing.” Five of the top 16 divers on Saturday were from either Marysville Getchell or Glacier Peak. Wherley was the only Wesco swimmer to win a state championship in any of the 3A events. Dayton had the next highest finish of any other competitor in the league. Edmonds-Woodway’s

that was what I was tasking each girl with. Nicole and I talked about her winning the 100 breaststroke. We talked about winning the 400 freestyle relay. I told Chloe to go up and win her heat in the 100 breast. “I’m just fortunate that these kids are good listeners. They take instruction well,” Whorley added with a laugh. Jackson opened the meet with a second-place finish in the 200 medley relay, which immediately jump started what would be a big night for the Timberwolves. Pressler quickly followed by winning the 200 freestyle, her second state championship in the event in as many years of high school. “I’m happy,” Pressler said after her victory. “I was crying when I got out of the pool. That was kind of unexpected.” Jackson continued its stellar start with Limberg finishing second in the 200 individual medley, an event she placed fifth in a year ago. Her time of 2:06.14 was just

Luci Brock and Stanwood’s Karlie Rimat tied for the highest finish in any of the swimming events, finishing fourth in the 200-yard individual medley and 500 freestyle, respectively. Rimat also finished fifth in the 200 IM, one spot behind Brock. Shorewood’s Britt Blomso earned a fifth-place finish in the 100-yard backstroke. E d m o n d s - Wo o d w a y earned the highest Wesco team finish, placing 11th. Just before the final 3A event, Warriors’ head coach Kate Trettevik was honored as the 3A coach of the year as voted by the state’s other head coaches. Seattle’s Lakeside High School won the state championship with 333 points, 531⁄2 points better than second-place Mercer Island. Aaron Lommers covers prep sports for The Herald. Follow him on Twitter at @ aaronlommers and contact him at alommers@heraldnet. com.

.42 seconds behind Kentlake’s Laura Williams. While Jackson had a lull in the middle of the competition, other Wesco 4A swimmers used that time to shine. Mariner junior Brianna Lucien won her second consecutive state championship in the 500 freestyle, narrowly edging Richland’s Claire Schaef. Lucien and Schaef finished tied for first in Friday’s preliminaries, something quite rare in the long-distance event. “We were both kind of in shock and we knew we were in for a good race today,” Lucien said. “She put up a good fight. I was pretty surprised, but I’m really happy with it.” Monroe’s Cathryn Armstrong, who signed her letter of intent to swim at Michigan State on Wednesday, joined the state championship party after Lucien, winning the 100 backstroke. It was Armstrong’s first state championship. “It ended with a bang since it’s my last year,” Armstrong said. “I’m

YAKIMA — Lynden Christian swept King’s in three sets to claim the Class 1A state volleyball championship on Saturday night at the Yakima SunDome. Lynden Christian won by scores of 25-15, 25-22 and 25-20. King’s reached the title match by outlasting Cedar Park Christian-Bothell in a five-set semifinal earlier in the day. The Knights lost two of the first three sets, but rallied for a 19-25, 25-23, 21-25, 25-18, 15-6 victory.

Burlington-Edison 3, Archbishop Murphy 1 TACOMA — The Archbishop Murphy Wildcats were eliminated from the Class 2A state tournament with a fourset loss to Burlington-Edison at Pierce College. The first set was a marathon, with B-E winning 32-30. The other set scores were 2028, 25-17 and 26-24.

North Thurston 3, Edmonds-Woodway 2 LACEY — The EdmondsWoodway Warriors were eliminated from the Class 3A state tournament, losing to North Thurston 25-17, 25-23, 22-25, 20-25 and 15-7.

Napavine 3, Darrington 1 YAKIMA — Darrington dropped its final match of the Class 2B state volleyball tournament, losing to Napavine in the contest to decide seventh and eight places. Tayler Hoftell had 11 kills and 10 digs and Baleigh Rumsey had three aces and eight digs for the Loggers. Earlier in the day, Darrington clinched a state trophy by sweeping Northwest Christian. Hoftell and Jordyn Stafford combined for 14 kills in the victory.

super-excited.” While Armstrong was busy winning the race, Pressler moved from the eight spot she qualified from up to fifth, which was the beginning of Jackson’s rally. Limberg followed with a win in the 100 breaststroke setting the stage for the dramatic final race. “At that point, you’ve got all this amazing momentum and inertia moving you towards (the last race) — and confidence, not just individually, but collectively,” Whorley said. “You put all that together on a relay, and that’s when stuff happens.” The day that started so well for Jackson, ended with Whorley negotiating a home for the state championship trophy for the next year. Richland will keep the trophy until the boys state meet in February, then Jackson gets the trophy until next year’s girls state meet. “Richland has a long strong proud tradition of performing strong at this meet,” Whorley said. “It’s an honor to share this with them.”

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SUNDAY, 11.16.2014

Late goal lifts Edmonds-Woodway to win By David Krueger Herald Writer

EDMONDS — Nothing like a clutch goal to calm an anxious soccer coach’s nerves. The Edmonds-Woodway Warriors scored twice off corner kicks — the second coming in the 76th minute to break a nerve-racking 1-1 tie — and went on to beat Seattle Prep 2-1 Saturday in a girls 3A state quarterfinal game at Edmonds Stadium. “I’m not going to be able to eat or drink for hours,” E-W coach Bill LeCompte said. “That is, by far, the best team we’ve seen all year and how we pulled that off I’m not sure. I can’t believe that we did it.” E-W got the game-winning goal from Rylee Peterson, who scored off an assist by Ashleigh Fonsen. It was the second assist for Fonsen, who also set up E-W’s first goal in the 32nd minute. Isabella Meagher was on the other end of that corner kick to head the ball in and give the Warriors a 1-0 lead. “It’s something that we focus on,” LeCompte said of the corner kicks. “We’ve really put an effort into it for years. Some days we know we’re going to be in a game like this, dead balls are the only thing that it may come down to


Members of the Edmonds Woodway girls soccer team celebrate Rylee Peterson’s second-half goal against Seattle Prep on Saturday.

and for us it did. It carried us in the first half and it carried us in the second half.” Seattle Prep (18-2) tied the score 1-1 just three minutes into the second half. Laura Roberts took a shot from 25 yards out that spun away from Edmonds-Woodway goalkeeper Kiera Towell. It was the only blemish for Towell, who made several big saves in the second half as the Panthers continued to attack the Edmonds-Woodway (17-3-1) defense.

“When you have one of the best keepers in the state, it’s phenomenal the number of times she has to step up. And she does it,” LeCompte said. Towell noted that making saves on tough shots late in the contest is one of her favorite parts of the game. “I’m really nervous, but it’s also really exciting because I like making the big saves. ... If they don’t take good shots, I can’t make big saves,” Towell said. “... That game

was so amazing. It was intense but we played well. When we scored, everything got better.” Seattle Prep spent a lot of time in front of the Edmonds-Woodway goal in the second half but was unable to find the back of the net. Panthers freshman Sophie Hirst had a few shots on goal but each was denied by Towell. On the sidelines, LeCompte was in awe of Towell’s effort — and Edmonds-Woodway’s luck. “The ball that she parried into the crossbar that bounced right back into her lap — I don’t know how that happened,” LeCompte said. The victory continued a historic season for the E-W girls soccer program, which had never been to the state quarterfinals. Now, the Warriors are guaranteed two more games. “This is huge. It’s school history and we’re in the semifinals,” Towell said. “We’re one of the top four teams in the state. It’s incredible. Coming into this it was like, ‘OK, this could be my last game.’ Now I know that I have two more.” Edmonds-Woodway faces Bellevue at 2 p.m. Friday at Sparks Stadium in Puyallup. The Warriors lost to Bellevue 2-0 in a non-conference game on Sept. 11.

Newport sacks Lake Stevens By David Krueger Herald Writer

LAKE STEVENS — It was an unfortunate case of deja vu for the Lake Stevens football team Saturday night. For the second straight year the Vikings went up against Newport in the playoffs, and for the second straight year the Knights ended Lake Stevens’ season. Newport rushed for more than 500 yards and held Lake Stevens to 10 offensive plays in the second half as the Knights defeated Lake Stevens 43-40 in the opening round of the Class 4A state tournament at Lake Stevens High School. Last season, Newport won 62-35 to knock Lake Stevens out of the 4A Quad-District playoffs. “They’ve only thrown the ball 24 times all year, so we kind of figured what their game plan was,” Lake Stevens coach Tom Tri said. “But you still have to be able to stop it and they were pretty physical up front. We had a hard time stopping their run even though we knew it was coming.” After a frantic first half that saw 61 total points scored, the two teams combined for 22 in the second half. Newport (9-2) took its second lead of the game on a Nick Keithley touchdown run early in the third quarter. Lake Stevens answered with a 4-yard score by running back Andrew Grimes, putting the Vikings back on top, 40-36. That lead held until about three minutes into the fourth quarter when Paul Wells’ third touchdown of the game gave the lead back to Newport, which retained it the rest of the way. On the first play of the ensuing drive, Lake Stevens quarterback Jacob Eason threw a pass that was intercepted by Newport’s Jordan


Lake Stevens quarterback Jacob Eason (10) scrambles under pressure from Newport’s Dylan Murphy during Saturday’s game.

Sanberg. However, the Knights returned the ball to Lake Stevens four plays later with a fumble on fourth-and-inches, giving the Vikings the ball on the Newport 24-yard line. Lake Stevens (9-2) drove down to the 6-yard line before fumbling the ball back to the Knights in the red zone. Newport, which finished the game with 541 yards on 83 carries, took possession of the ball with 6:05 left in the game and ran out the clock. “It’s something that they’re really good at,” Tri said. “They’ve done it to teams all year long.” Lake Stevens fared much better in the first half of the game, jumping out to the lead almost as soon as the opening whistle blew. It took just 14 seconds for Lake Stevens to get its first lead of the game when junior Brandon Otis returned the opening kickoff 90 yards for a touchdown. It was the first of two return scores for the Vikings, who added an 88-yard kickoff return by Hunter Eckstrom late in the first quarter. “Any time we can score on (special teams), you give yourself a huge advantage,” Tri said. “We had the momentum there in the first half. We just had a few mistakes we didn’t capitalize on.”

King’s football team tops La Center, 42-21 Herald staff RIDGEFIELD — Another year, another trip to the state quarterfinals for the King’s Knights. King’s reached the final eight of the Class 1A state tournament for the sixth consecutive season, beating La Center 42-21 on Saturday at Ridgefield High School. Led by quarterback Koa Wilkins, King’s bolted to a 21-0 lead in the first quarter. Wilkins accounted for two of the Knights’ three touchdowns in the period. He opened the scoring with a 9-yard run and also threw a 24-year TD pass to Ryan Fransen. Andrew Cline scored the Knights’ other first-quarter touchdown on a

1-yard run. Wilkins finished the game 12-for-16 for 130 yards and two touchdowns. Cline rushed eight times for 64 yards and two scores. Fransen caught five passes for 63 yards and two scores. Defensive ends Edmund Sundquist and Duncan Cull keyed a strong defensive effort that helped King’s build a 35-6 lead going into the fourth quarter. Sundquist had five tackles and returned a third-quarter fumble recovery 76 yards for a score. Cull had two sacks and also recovered a fumble. King’s (9-2) faces the winner of Saturday night’s Cascade Christian-Hoquiam game in next week’s quarterfinals.

Grimes had rushing touchdowns of 19 and 20 yards in the first half to help Lake Stevens pull out to a 33-15 lead. He added his third score in the second half and finished with 12 carries for 95 yards, bringing his season total to a school record 1,688 yards, breaking the old mark of 1,479 set by Isaac Molstre in 2006, according to the Lake Stevens team statistician. But Newport started its run late in the second quarter, with a 48-yard touchdown run by Sanberg and a 12-yard score from Wells to pull to within 33-28 by halftime. “I’m just really proud of our guys. They played hard,” Tri said. “We just have to make plays when it counts in big games and they made a few more than we did tonight and that was really the difference.” Lake Stevens suffered another loss when junior linebacker/running back Sam Burke was injured on Wells’ second touchdown run. Tri said Burke suffered a broken leg. “You never want to see that happen to anybody,” Tri said. “It might take the wind out of your sails a little bit but at the same time you also want to rally for your brother and for the family. So guys wanted to play hard for Sam.”

SOCCER | Roundup

Jackson shuts out South Kitsap By Erik Erickson Herald Writer

EVERETT — The Jackson girls soccer team is one of just four teams remaining in the Class 4A state tournament after securing its fourth straight victory, a 2-0 win over South Kitsap in a quarterfinal game Saturday at Everett Memorial Stadium. “It was a building year,” Jackson coach Jesslyn Kellerman said. “I think each game and each week we got better and we are playing the way we want to play just at the right time.” Junior midfielder Kristina Serres broke open a scoreless tie in the 27th minute with a breakaway goal. It was one of several chances on the night for Jackson, which recorded 10 shots, six of which were on goal. “I was really nervous because I haven’t had the best season scoring-wise this year and I’ve been in a little bit of a drought lately,” Serres said. “But I just knew that I really needed that for a confidence booster and to get my team pumped up. When it went in, it was unreal.” Freshman forward Jadyn Edwards gave the Timberwolves an insurance goal in the 45th minute when she headed home a short corner cross from senior defender Olivia Carter. Jackson controlled the pace of play for the remainder of the second half to secure its 11th shutout of the season. Senior goalkeeper Callie Vanaelst recorded seven saves. Vanaelst was put to the test in the opening minutes of the second half, when she made saves on back-toback shots before Edwards put the Timberwolves up 2-0. “Callie played huge,” Kellerman said. “She took away at least a couple goals today. She played well, our defense did a really good job crashing the box when she made a save, there was nothing for them to finish up on.” Jackson plays Skyline in the semifinals at 6 p.m. Friday at Sparks Stadium in Puyallup. Skyline defeated Jackson 4-0 in the opening game of the season.

Bellevue 1, Arlington 0 BELLEVUE — A goal by Bellevue in the sixth minute was all the Wolverines needed to beat Arlington in a quarterfinal match of the 3A state girls soccer tournament. “It was a long cross from the outside right backs and Jojo (Harber) headed it in,” Arlington head coach Nathan Davis said. The loss ended the season for the Eagles (17-5-0). Bellevue moves on to a semifinal match against EdmondsWoodway on Friday.

King’s 2, Meridian 0 BELLINGHAM — King’s scored twice in the game’s first 14 minutes and goalkeeper Madeline Nielsen made them hold up as the Knights beat Meridian in the Class 2A state quarterfinals. Katie Stella scored in the fourth minute, knocking in a rebound after a shot by Anisa Uberuaga. Anna Parker added the second goal in the 14th minute off an assist by Abby Jenkins. King’s (19-1-1) plays University Prep at 4 p.m. Friday at Shoreline Stadium in the state semifinals.


Statewide scores

Saturday’s Games

King’s 42, La Center 21 At Ridgefield H.S.

King’s La Center

21 7 0 6

7 7 —42 0 15 — 21

K—Koa Wilkins 9 run (Jack Van Dyke kick) K—Andrew Cline 1 run (Van Dyke kick) K—Ryan Fransen 24 pass from Wilkins (Van Dyke kick) LC—Max Hiller 11 pass from Wyatt Aguirre (kick failed) K—Edmund Sundquist 76 fumble recovery (Van Dyke kick) K—Fransen 13 pass from Wilkins (Van Dyke kick) LC—Dalton Morgan 63 pass from Aguirre (Aguirre run) K—Cline 24 run (Van Dyke kick) LC—Hiller 51 run (Sergio Sandoval kick) Records—King’s 9-2. La Center 6-4.

Newport 43, L. Stevens 40 At Lake Stevens H.S.

Newport Lake Stevens

15 20

13 13

8 7

7 —43 0 —40

LS–Brandon Otis 90 kickoff return (Ignacio Ponce kick) LS–Andrew Grimes 19 run (Ponce kick) N–Jordan Sanberg 45 run (Justin Lau run) N–Paul Wells 44 run (Hunter Hahnemann kick) LS–Hunter Eckstrom 88 kickoff return (kick failed) LS–Grimes 20 run (Ponce kick) LS–Riley Krenz 3 pass from Jacob Eason (kick failed) N–Sanberg 48 run (Hahnemann kick) N–Wells 12 run (run failed) N–Nick Keithley 3 run (Sanberg run) LS–Grimes 4 run (Ponce kick) N–Wells 18 run (Hahnemann kick) Records–Newport 9-2 overall. Lake Stevens 9-2.

Saturday’s Games 1A Football Playoffs First Round Eatonville 72, Charles Wright Academy 34 King’s 42, LaCenter 21 1B Football Playoffs First Round Cusick 34, Touchet 28 Lopez 62, Evergreen Lutheran 8 Neah Bay 78, Pateros 30 2A Football Playoffs First Round Hockinson 7, North Kitsap 2 Lynden 41, River Ridge 21 Prosser 41, Clarkston 14 2B Football Playoffs First Round Raymond 35, LaConner 32 Toledo 65, Concrete 40 3A Football Playoffs First Round Columbia River 36, Roosevelt 26 Mt. Spokane 52, Wilson 6 Shadle Park 41, Auburn Mountainview 22 4A Football Playoffs First Round Bellarmine Prep 20, Camas 13 Chiawana 47, Davis 7 Gonzaga Prep 23, Todd Beamer 0 Graham-Kapowsin 27, Gig Harbor 21

GIRLS SOCCER Saturday’s Games

King’s 2, Meridian 0

Civic Stadium, Bellingham Goals—Katie Stella (K), Anna Parker (K). Assists—Anisa Uberuaga (K), Abby Jenkins (K). Goalkeepers—King’s: Madeline Nielsen. Meridian: unavailable. Records—King’s 19-1-1, Meridian 11-7-2.

Ed-Woodway 2, Seattle Prep 1

At Edmonds Stadium Goals—Isabella Meagher (E-W), Laura Roberts (SP), Rylee Peterson (E-W). Assists— Ashleigh Fonsen (E-W) 2. Goalkeepers—Seat-

tle Prep: Kathryn Zepeda. Edmonds-Woodway: Kiera Towell. Records—Seattle Prep 18-2. Edmonds-Woodway 17-3-1.

Jackson 2, South Kitsap 0

At Everett Memorial Stadium Goals—Kristina Serres (J), Jadyn Edwards (J). Assists—Olivia Carter (J). Goalkeepers— South Kitsap: Elisa Randel. Jackson: Callie Vanaelst. Records—South Kitsap 13-3-0. Jackson 15-4-1.

Bellevue 1, Arlington 0

At Bellevue H.S. Goals—Jojo Harber (B). Assists—not reported. Goalkeepers—Arlington: Kat Sanchez. Bellevue: not reported. Records—Arlington 175-0. Bellevue not available.

BOYS SOCCER Saturday’s Game

Grace Academy 2, PCC 1

Everett Memorial Stadium Goals—Jeremiah Lee (GA), Colton Anderson (GA), Cole Butaud (PCC). Assists—Lee (GA), Joey Moisant (PCC). Goalkeepers—Grace Academy: Isaiah VanDam. Providence Classical Christian: Paul Johnson. Records—Grace Academy 14-6. Providence Classical Christian 16-4.

VOLLEYBALL 4A State Tournament

Saturday’s Matches Bellarmine Prep 3, Emerald Ridge 0 (winner first, loser second) Battle Ground 3, Curtis 1 (winner third, loser fourth) Camas 3, Tahoma 1 (winner fifth, loser sixth) Gig Harbor 3, Central Valley 1 (winner sevnth, loser eighth)

3A State Tournament

Saturday’s Matches Auburn Riverside 3, Capital 0 (winner first, loser second)

Columbia River 3, Lakeside 1 (winner third, loser fourth) Mercer Island 3, Southridge 0 (winner fifth, loser sixth) North Thurston 3, Seattle Prep 0 (winner seventh, loser eighth)

2A State Tournament

Saturday’s Matches Tumwater 3, North Kitsap 0 (winner first, loser second) Selah 3, Sehome 1 (winner third, loser fourth) Burlington-Edison 3, Fife 1 (winner fifth, loser sixth) East Valley 3, Liberty 0 (winner seventh, loser eighth)

1A State Tournament

Saturday’s Matches Lynden Christian 3, King’s 0 (winner first, loser second) CPC-Bothell 3, Bellevue Christian 0 (winner third, loser fourth) Cascade-Leavenworth 3, Connell 2 (winner fifth, loser sixth) Freeman 3, King’s Way Christian 0 (winner seventh, loser eighth)

Darrington 3, NW Christian 0 At Yakima Valley SunDome

NW Christian 21 20 22 —0 Darrington 25 25 25 —3 Highlights—Darrington: Tayler Hoftell seven kills, three aces, two blocks;l Jordyn Stafford seven kills, three blocks; Emma Reuwsaat, eight digs.

Napavine 3, Darrington 1

At Yakima Valley SunDome

Napavine 25 19 25 25 —3 Darrington 17 25 8 23 —1 Highlights—Darrington: Tayler Hoftell 11 kills, 10 digs, Bailey Neidigh 10 kills, Baleigh Rumsey three aces, eight digs. Records— Napavine not reported. Darrington 13-8.

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No. 2 Seminoles survive scare, edge Hurricanes


North Oregon Stanford California Washington Washington State Oregon State South Arizona State USC UCLA Arizona Utah Colorado

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Associated Press MIAMI GARDENS, Fla. — Dalvin Cook ran for two touchdowns, including the go-ahead score late in the fourth, and No. 2 Florida State continued its season of rallies by erasing a 16-point deficit and topping Miami 30-26 on Saturday night. Jameis Winston completed 25 of 42 passes for 304 yards for the Seminoles (10-0, 7-0 Atlantic Coast Conference, No. 3 CFP), who extended their winning streak to 26 games and beat Miami for the fifth straight time. The Seminoles clinched the ACC’s Atlantic Division title earlier in the day when Clemson lost. They were down 16-0 and 23-7 before outscoring the Hurricanes 23-3 in the final 21⁄2 quarters. Brad Kaaya threw for 316 yards and two touchdowns for Miami (6-4, 3-3).

Saturday’s games Arizona 27, Washington 26 Utah 20, Stanford 17 (2OT) Arizona St. at Oregon St., late

Utah outlasts Stanford in double OT Associated Press STANFORD, Calif. — Utah and Stanford, the Pac-12’s ultimate grinders, needed more than 60 minutes to decide which team is the conference’s king of gritty victories. And then they needed more. Travis Wilson ended the defensive stalemate with a brief burst of offense in the second overtime, throwing a 3-yard touchdown pass to Kenneth Scott to send No. 25 Utah to a 20-17 win over Stanford on Saturday night. “You see everybody on this team working so hard and to see it pay off, it’s pretty awesome,” Scott said. Kaelin Clay, whose careless goal-line fumble swayed the momentum in a loss to Oregon last weekend, caught a 25-yard TD pass on a wheel route on the first play of overtime before the Cardinal came back with the tying score. Jordan Williamson kicked a career-long 51-yard field goal — the same distance Stanford coach David Shaw passed up late in the fourth quarter — to start the second session, setting the stage for the Utes’ dramatic finish. Wilson, who regained the starting quarterback job after Kendal Thompson’s season-ending knee injury against Oregon, found Scott on a slant route on thirdand-1. Scott jumped up, lifted his arms in the air and was swarmed by teammates streaming into the end zone after spoiling Stanford’s Senior Day celebration. The Utes improved to 2-1 in overtime. They had never played three overtime games in a season. “It’s dramatically exciting,” Utah coach Kyle Whittingham said. Utah (7-3, 4-3 Pac-12) also snapped a two-game losing streak and clinched its first winning season since 2011. The Cardinal (5-5, 3-4) dropped consecutive games for the first time since October 2009. Stanford had been 10-0 following a loss under Shaw, and suddenly the two-time defending Pac-12 champions have bigger concerns. The Cardinal need to win one of their final two games on the road — at improved rival California and No. 14 UCLA — just to become bowl-eligible. Stanford hasn’t missed a bowl game since Jim Harbaugh’s second year as coach in 2008, and the frustration of a surprisingly disappointing season is starting to simmer.


Alabama running back T.J. Yeldon (4) celebrates with Alabama offensive lineman Ryan Kelly (70) after Yeldon scored a touchdown during the second half against Mississippi State on Saturday.

‘Bama asserts will No. 4 Crimson Tide hold off No. 1 Mississippi St. 25-20 to re-enter national title contention. By John Zenor Associated Press

TUSCALOOSA, Ala. — Alabama’s lead had dwindled into dangerous territory against the nation’s top-ranked team. Suddenly, Blake Sims and the fourth-ranked Crimson Tide’s offense roared to life with a downfield march full of clutch plays. The result was a decisive fourth-quarter touchdown that finally provided some comfort in Saturday’s 25-20 victory over No. 1 Mississippi State. “It was one of the greatest drives in Alabama history, probably,” Alabama coach Nick Saban said. And it came in one of the biggest games in Mississippi State annals. The Tide (9-1, 6-1 Southeastern Conference, No. 5 CFP) reasserted itself as a national title contender with a dominant first half and some clutch play in the fourth quarter. Alabama had been stuck just outside of the top four teams in the College Football Playoff rankings but powered its way squarely into the mix. Dak Prescott and the Bulldogs (9-1, 5-1, No. 1 CFP) kept fighting to keep their firstever reign going for a sixth week. They couldn’t conquer

Alabama at raucous BryantDenny Stadium, though. “We should feel awful,” Mississippi State coach Dan Mullen said. “You should have a sickness in your stomach. We should embrace this feeling to make sure that this feeling doesn’t happen again. We’ll feel sick tonight but then we’ll get over it. “Except for being undefeated, every other goal is still ahead of us.” Mississippi State scored early in the fourth to make it a six-point game but Sims and Yeldon answered with a startand-stop march to the end zone. The Bulldogs produced a touchdown with 15 seconds left after a drive took 3 precious minutes off the clock. “We just ran out of time,” said Prescott, who was intercepted three times. “I just think that it was us. “I can’t turn the ball over like I did.” Alabama recovered the onside kick to secure its seventh straight win in the series between two programs separated by some 85 miles, and considerable gaps in tradition. The Bulldogs fell one win shy of the program-record 13-game winning streak but will

probably remain in the championship hunt. They were the only unbeaten team in the brutal SEC coming into the game, and didn’t go down quietly after trailing 19-3 at halftime. “We just started playing football,” Mullen said. “We started making plays and started scoring.” Down 25-13, Prescott had the Bulldogs driving in the final six minutes, even converting on fourth and 7. Then Landon Collins recorded Alabama’s third interception of the Heisman candidate with 5:01 left. Sims completed 19 of 31 passes for 211 yards and a touchdown, but made his biggest plays on Alabama’s final touchdown drive. He converted two third-andlong plays with runs a la Prescott, and delivered on a third with an 8-yard pass to Yeldon. “He kept that drive alive a few times, reaching that thirddown marker,” Alabama center Ryan Kelly said of Sims. Then Yeldon, whose status was unclear all week with an ankle injury, kept the Tide moving with three straight runs, ultimately stepping out of a defender’s grasp to cap it with a 6-yard touchdown. “Probably wasn’t as explosive as normal, but the guy’s a true warrior,” Saban said. “There was no way you were going to keep him out of the game. He wanted to play.”

Arkansas ends 17-game SEC losing streak, blanks LSU 17-0 Associated Press FAYETTEVILLE, Ark. — Arkansas finally earned its first Southeastern Conference win for second-year coach Bret Bielema. Brandon Allen threw for 169 yards and Arkansas snapped a 17-game Southeastern Conference losing streak with a 17-0 win over LSU on Saturday night.

The conference win is the first for the Razorbacks (5-5, 1-5 SEC) since 2012, and it’s Bielema’s first SEC win after 13 straight losses. Arkansas’ shutout is the school’s first since a 20-0 win over Utah State in 2006, and it’s the first in an SEC game since 2002 against South Carolina. Jonathan Williams and Alex Collins ran for touchdowns for the Razorbacks, who held

the Tigers (7-4, 3-4, No. 17 CFP) to 36 yards rushing on 32 attempts. The loss is the second straight for LSU. It’s only the second time it has lost back-to-back games under coach Les Miles. The Tigers’ last shutout loss was to Alabama in the national championship game three seasons ago. The Tigers were outgained 264-123 by the Razorbacks.

CWU ends regular season with victory Herald news services BURNABY, B.C. — Lake Stevens High School alum Jake Nelson connected on 24 of 36 passes for 410 yards as Central Washington (7-4, 5-2 GNAC) beat Simon Fraser (2-9, 2-5) 40-27 in its final game of the season.

MAJOR COLLEGE | Scores FAR WEST Air Force 45, Nevada 38, OT Azusa Pacific 54, Menlo 0 BYU 42, UNLV 23 CSU-Pueblo 44, NM Highlands 21 Cal Lutheran 50, La Verne 21 Carroll (Mont.) 69, Coll. of Idaho 12 Cent. Washington 40, Simon Fraser 27 Chadron St. 28, Fort Lewis 16 Colorado Mines 49, Adams St. 34 E. New Mexico 55, W. Texas A&M 45 E. Oregon 31, S. Oregon 27 Hawaii 13, San Jose St. 0 Humboldt St. 71, Dixie St. 13 Linfield 59, Pacific (Ore.) 0 Montana 35, S. Utah 17 Montana St. 44, Idaho St. 39 Montana St.-Northern 44, Rocky Mountain 41 Pacific Lutheran 49, George Fox 7 Puget Sound 27, Willamette 14 Redlands 54, Occidental 28 Sacramento St. 48, Portland St. 41 San Diego 32, Valparaiso 27 Troy 34, Idaho 17 UC Davis 48, Cal Poly 35 Utah St. 28, New Mexico 21 W. New Mexico 34, Black Hills St. 31 Weber St. 34, N. Colorado 21 SOUTHWEST Abilene Christian 37, Stephen F. Austin 35 Appalachian St. 37, Arkansas St. 32 Jackson St. 15, Texas Southern 10 Oklahoma 42, Texas Tech 30 Sam Houston St. 76, Houston Baptist 0 MIDWEST Cent. Michigan 34, Miami (Ohio) 27 Dayton 21, Butler 14 Illinois St. 45, South Dakota 26 Indiana St. 27, Youngstown St. 24, OT Iowa 30, Illinois 14 N. Dakota St. 45, Missouri St. 10 N. Iowa 40, S. Illinois 21 North Dakota 30, N. Arizona 28 S. Dakota St. 59, W. Illinois 24 SE Missouri 42, Austin Peay 7 W. Michigan 51, E. Michigan 7 SOUTH Alabama St. 37, Grambling St. 23 Alcorn St. 56, Ark.-Pine Bluff 6 Charleston Southern 38, Liberty 36 Charlotte 38, Wesley 33 Chattanooga 38, Tennessee Tech 17 Coastal Carolina 52, Monmouth (NJ) 21 E. Kentucky 43, Murray St. 36 FIU 38, Middle Tennessee 28 Florida A&M 41, Delaware St. 7 Furman 31, Wofford 14 Jacksonville 45, Campbell 19 Jacksonville St. 27, E. Illinois 20 James Madison 55, Richmond 20 Maine 24, Elon 17 Memphis 38, Tulane 7 Mercer 56, Warner 0 Morgan St. 24, SC State 21 NC A&T 34, Savannah St. 0 NC Central 19, Norfolk St. 14 NC State 42, Wake Forest 13 North Carolina 40, Pittsburgh 35 Northwestern St. 48, Nicholls St. 21 Prairie View 38, Alabama A&M 35 SE Louisiana 28, McNeese St. 9 Samford 20, The Citadel 17 South Carolina 23, Florida 20, OT Southern U. 44, MVSU 13 Tennessee 50, Kentucky 16 Virginia Tech 17, Duke 16 W. Carolina 42, VMI 27 W. Kentucky 52, Army 24 EAST Bucknell 31, Holy Cross 24, OT Cornell 30, Columbia 27 Dartmouth 44, Brown 21 Fordham 52, Georgetown 7 Harvard 34, Penn 24 Howard 28, CCSU 25 Lehigh 30, Colgate 27 Marist 38, Davidson 7 Navy 52, Georgia Southern 19 New Hampshire 43, Delaware 14 Penn St. 30, Temple 13 Rutgers 45, Indiana 23 Yale 44, Princeton 30

TOP 25 | How teams ranked in the Associated Press poll fared this week ... 1. MISSISSIPPI ST. (9-1)

6. BAYLOR (8-1)

11. NEBRASKA (8-2)

16. GEORGIA (8-2)

21. MARSHALL (10-0)

Lost to No. 4 Alabama 25-20. Next: vs. Vanderbilt, Saturday.

Did not play. Next: vs. Oklahoma State, Saturday.

Lost to No. 22 Wisconsin 59-24. Next: vs. Minnesota, Saturday.

Beat No. 9 Auburn 34-7. Next: vs. Charleston Southern, Saturday.

Beat Rice 41-14. Next: at UAB, Saturday.

2. FLORIDA ST. (10-0)

7. ARIZONA ST. (8-1)

12. MICHIGAN ST. (8-2)

17. ARIZONA (8-2)

22. WISCONSIN (8-2)

Beat Miami 30-26. Next: vs. Boston College, Saturday.

at Oregon State, late. Next: vs. Washington State, Saturday.

Beat Maryland 37-15. Next: vs. Rutgers, Saturday.

Beat Washington 27-26. Next: at No. 25 Utah, Saturday.

Beat No. 11 Nebraska 59-24. Next: at Iowa, Saturday.

3. OREGON (9-1)

8. OHIO ST. (9-1)

13. KANSAS ST. (7-2)

18. CLEMSON (7-3)

23. COLORADO ST. (9-1)

Did not play. Next: vs. Colorado, Saturday.

Beat Minnesota 31-24. Next: vs. Indiana, Saturday.

Did not play. Next: at West Virginia, Thursday.

Lost to No. 24 Georgia Tech 28-6. Next: vs. Georgia State, Saturday.

Did not play. Next: vs. New Mexico, Saturday.

4. ALABAMA (9-1)

9. AUBURN (7-3)

14. UCLA (8-2)

19. DUKE (8-2)

24. GEORGIA TECH (9-2)

Beat No. 1 Mississippi State 25-20. Next: vs. Western Carolina, Saturday.

Lost to No. 16 Georgia 34-7. Next: vs. Samford, Saturday.

Did not play. Next: vs. USC, Saturday.

Lost to Virginia Tech 17-16. Next: vs. North Carolina, Thursday.

Beat No. 18 Clemson 28-6. Next: at No. 16 Georgia, Sat., Nov. 29.

5. TCU (9-1)


15. NOTRE DAME (7-3)

20. LSU (7-4)

25. UTAH (7-3)

Beat Kansas 34-30. Next: at Texas, Thursday, Nov. 27.

Did not play. Next: at Arkansas, Saturday.

Lost to Northwestern 43-40, OT. Next: vs. Louisville, Saturday.

Lost to Arkansas 17-0. Next: at Texas A&M, Thursday, Nov. 27.

Beat Stanford 20-17, 2OT. Next: vs. No. 17 Arizona, Saturday.

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HUSKIES | Notebook

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third-and-three. Arizona had one timeout remaining. When the Huskies snapped the ball on first down, there was 1:33 remaining on the clock. A kneel-down likely would have prompted Arizona to call its final timeout with somewhere around 1:30 remaining. It would have been second down, and the Huskies could have wiped out 80 of the 90 remaining seconds simply by letting the play clock run all the way down prior to second and third down, which would have left somewhere between 6-12 seconds remaining for a fourth-down snap that could have been used on a time-consuming punt, which would have either killed the clock entirely or left Arizona with time for only one offensive play. But Petersen’s chart told him the Huskies needed a first down. Miles signaled for the snap with 1:33 remaining — and, for some reason, with six seconds still on the play clock — and handed the ball to Cooper, a sure-handed fifth-year senior. “We felt like we had to run the ball again to get a first down,” Petersen said. “They had one timeout left. That’s the information we got.” “On our chart,” offensive coordinator Jonathan Smith said, “we were good there. We needed to get a first down on our chart.” Right or wrong, that decision backfired. Cooper fumbled. Arizona recovered with 1:23 to play at UW’s 45-yard line. And after six plays gained 15 yards, Skowron drilled the 47-yard field goal, a dagger through the Huskies’ hearts that spoiled what was otherwise their most impressive performance of the season. “I feel like this is the best we’ve played, as a team,” said senior defensive end Andrew Hudson, who had seven tackles and a sack. “Everyone was in it, encouraging one another. ... Just to end it with that, the score, it just sucks. It stings a little bit. Actually, a lot.” The Huskies (6-5, 2-5 in Pac12) will end the regular season without a victory over a ranked opponent, but it didn’t have to be that way. They outgained the Wildcats 504-375. Their offense was rhythmic, their running game effective. Washington converted 13-of-22 third-down chances. Arizona managed only 3-of-15, quarterback Anu Solomon completing only 17 of his 39 pass attempts. UW led 17-7 after Dwayne Washington rumbled 66 yards for a touchdown — he rushed for a career-best 148 yards on 19 carries — with 5:16 to play in the first half. And that was after the Huskies had missed a field goal, and after Miles had fumbled the ball away at Arizona’s 14-yard line. Those mistakes just never went away. Freshman safety Budda Baker broke up a Solomon fourthdown pass on Arizona’s next possession — but Brandon Beaver was called for defensive holding to extend the drive, one of 13 penalties that cost UW 111 yards. And after the Huskies had stopped Arizona again, and the Wildcats appeared content to settle for a field goal, they snapped the ball directly to Skowron and he ran past an unprepared Huskies defense for an 18-yard touchdown. “We had to kind of load up and that was kind of field-goal range, and we really wanted to get that one,” Petersen said. “And they did a nice job on that.” Arizona (8-2, 5-2) tacked on another touchdown before halftime after Miles scrambled to scoop up a bad snap, ran backward and dropped the ball on the ground. The Wildcats recovered at UW’s 19-yard line, scored a touchdown four plays later and led 21-17 at halftime despite UW outgaining them 347-193. A botched extra point marred Washington’s 1-yard touchdown run to put UW ahead 26-21 late in the third quarter. And despite more solid play from UW’s defense, two Skowron field goals in the fourth quarter allowed the Wildcats to escape. “We shouldn’t lose,” said senior defensive end Hau’oli Kikaha. “We’ve got all the tools, talent, ability. There’s no reason for that.” For this preventable heartbreak, they can blame only themselves.


Washington’s Sidney Jones (26) intercepts a pass intended for Arizona wide receiver Cayleb Jones (1) during the second half.

Petersen wanted to ice kicker earlier By Christian Caple The News Tribune

TUCSON, Ariz. — Chris Petersen said the timeout he called to ice Arizona kicker Casey Skowron before his gamewinning, 47-yard field goal against the Washington Huskies on Saturday should have been whistled sooner. As Arizona lined up the 47-yard attempt with three seconds showing on the Arizona Stadium clock, Petersen signaled for a timeout. He signaled twice, actually, he said. But the official didn’t blow his whistle until just before the ball was snapped, allowing Skowron to attempt what amounted to a trial run before the real thing. The meaningless kick sailed

wide right as the teams prepared to do it over again. But Petersen wasn’t happy Skowron was able to boot a warmup try. “I don’t want to call timeout and let him kick it,” Petersen said. “And I told the guys I was going to call timeout, and I called it twice before they called it. It is what it is. That’s on me. I should have made sure that it was not going to get snapped. I should have made that perfectly clear.” Petersen said “I don’t know” why the official didn’t call the timeout earlier, saying that he was “standing right there. (I) told him I was going to do it.” Skowron, who made the real attempt to win the game, missed a game-winning field goal attempt from 36 yards earlier this season against USC.

Williams involved

All season, Huskies fans have wondered what happened to senior receiver Kasen Williams, who returned this year from a nasty leg injury but caught only seven passes in UW’s first 10 games. On Saturday, he had what qualified as a breakout game, considering the way this season has gone: a team-high five catches for 39 yards. Not exactly eye-popping, but the Huskies were glad he was again part of the gameplan. “Combination of everything — quarterbacks trusting us, receivers coming down with the ball, playcalling — everything was clicking today, exactly how we wanted it to,” Williams said. “And it showed on the field.” Williams, who suffered a severe lower leg injury in October of 2013, caught 142 passes for 1,726 during the first three years of his UW career. He hopes Saturday is a sign of better things to come in the Huskies’ final two games against Oregon State and Washington State. “Everything’s just been clicking

again,” Williams said. “I’ve been feeling good for quite some time now, and it’s just starting to show up in the game, that’s all. Practices have been going just like that game went for me — catching the ball, running after the catch. All that sort of thing.”

Extra points Junior receiver Marvin Hall completed his second pass of the season on a trick play, this one going 36 yards for a touchdown to tight end Joshua Perkins. The two are roommates. “It felt good to throw it to my boy,” Hall said. ... Senior linebacker John Timu left the game in the third quarter with what the radio broadcast reported was a hip pointer. He did not return. ... Hau’oli Kikaha, who left last week’s game with a shoulder stinger, played the entire game Saturday but snapped his streak of 14 consecutive games with a sack. ... Freshman cornerback Sidney Jones intercepted the first two passes of his career, including a pick in the end zone in the fourth quarter.

Washington rushes for career-high 148 yards By Christian Caple The News Tribune

TUCSON, Ariz. — It will be easy to forget amid the disappointment of Washington’s 27-26 loss to No. 17 Arizona on Saturday, but the Huskies appear to have rediscovered their running game. And they didn’t even need Shaq Thompson to do it. Sophomore tailback Dwayne Washington, limited the last few weeks by a chest injury — and then by Thompson’s emergence — rushed for a career-best 148 yards and two touchdowns on 19

carries against the Wildcats. The highlight was a 66-yard touchdown run up the left sideline that gave the Huskies a 17-7 lead in the second quarter. Huskies head coach Chris Petersen said earlier this week that Thompson would return to his preferred position of starting linebacker, a move Thompson requested after serving as UW’s primary ballcarrier in its last three games. “Dwayne’s an explosive player, so if you get him a little space, he can run away from some guys,” Petersen said. “And so the O-line

did a good job for the most part, created some seams, and he’s pretty good at hitting those.” As a team, the Huskies totaled 245 yards rushing on 60 attempts — an average of 4.1 yards per carry that includes two sacks and 24 yards lost on fumbles. But Washington, who did not speak to reporters afterward, was the centerpiece. “He did a good job. And not only having some patience in the hole at times, but then finishing runs,” offensive coordinator Jonathan Smith said. “He’s running through tackles. He’s a workhorse,

Wisconsin’s Gordon rushes for record 408 yards Associated Press MADISON, Wis. — Melvin Gordon had one magnificent night. Wisconsin’s star running back rushed for a major college-record 408 yards and four touchdowns and the 22ndranked Badgers overcame three early turnovers to take control of the Big Ten West division with a 59-24 win Saturday over No. 11 Nebraska. Gordon eclipsed the singlegame mark held since 1999 by TCU’s LaDainian Tomlinson by two yards, setting the new standard on a 26-yard touchdown run on the final play of the third quarter and his last carry of the game. “Yeah, I didn’t even know I was close to the record,” Gordon said. “I was kind of just running away.”

Outdueling Nebraska’s Ameer Abdullah in a matchup of star running backs, Gordon had two fumbles before helping the Badgers roar past the Cornhuskers with 56 unanswered points. The star junior torched what had been a staunch Nebraska defense on 25 carries and delivered an emphatic statement in the Heisman Trophy race. Abdullah finished with 69 yards on 18 attempts. The game had been billed in part as a footrace between Gordon and Abdullah for Heisman votes. It ended up being Gordon by a landslide. “That kid (Melvin Gordon) bad!! Congrats on breaking the NCAA single game rushing record,” Tomlinson posted on Twitter. Gordon’s most entertaining carry might have been the

62-yarder down the sideline, completed after hurdling over lunging safety Corey Cooper around the 35 to get into the clear. Gordon never played a down in the fourth quarter with his team leading by five scores. About the most action he got was when he danced on the field in the snow with his teammates while the song “Jump Around” echoed through the stadium, a Wisconsin tradition before the fourth quarter. “Melvin Gordon! Melvin Gordon,” the crowd roared in the second half. The single-game rushing record had stood since Nov. 20, 1999, when Tomlinson had 406 for TCU against UTEP. “It’s a luxury that I’ve never had before as a coach,” said Wisconsin’s Gary Andersen. “To see a performance like that was amazing.”

and he did a great job today. It really helped us, offensively, to be able to run the ball.” Of course, it wasn’t all good. Deontae Cooper, a fifth-year senior having a productive season in his limited touches, fumbled with 1:23 remaining to set up Arizona’s game-winning field goal. That’s why Petersen didn’t regret giving the ball to Cooper in that situation. “Coop’s been sure-handed,” he said. “He’s done a great job of protecting the ball all year, and sometimes those things happen.”

No. 17 Arizona 27, UW 26 Washington Arizona

7 10 9 0 — 26 7 14 0 6 — 27

First Quarter Ari—Wilson 2 run (Skowron kick), 8:32. Wash—Perkins 36 pass from Hall (Van Winkle kick), 6:36. Second Quarter Wash—FG Van Winkle 39, 9:27. Wash—D.Washington 66 run (Van Winkle kick), 5:16. Ari—Skowron 18 run (Skowron kick), 1:39. Ari—Wilson 8 run (Skowron kick), :08. Third Quarter Wash—FG Van Winkle 31, 10:19. Wash—D.Washington 1 run (run failed), 2:45. Fourth Quarter Ari—FG Skowron 35, 13:08. Ari—FG Skowron 47, :00. A—47,757. First downs Rushes-yards Passing Comp-Att-Int Return Yards Punts-Avg. Fumbles-Lost Penalties-Yards Time of Possession

Wash Ari 25 22 60-245 40-133 259 242 21-30-0 17-40-2 24 0 5-45.0 6-44.8 6-3 1-1 13-111 2-14 30:49 23:55

INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS RUSHING—Washington, D.Washington 19-148, Cooper 12-38, Miles 15-34, Coleman 12-31, Team 2-(minus 6). Arizona, Wilson 30-104, Skowron 1-18, Neal 1-6, Solomon 7-3, Johnson 1-2. PASSING—Washington, Miles 20-29-0-223, Hall 1-1-0-36. Arizona, Solomon 17-39-2-242, Team 0-10-0. RECEIVING—Washington, K.Williams 5-39, Mickens 4-69, Perkins 4-55, Campbell 2-17, Pettis 2-13, Taylor 1-28, Hartvigson 1-18, Hall 1-13, Cooper 1-7. Arizona, C.Jones 5-54, Grant 4-85, Neal 4-21, Hill 2-21, Griffey 1-63, Wilson 1-(minus 2).


Sunday, 11.16.2014 The Daily Herald

AUTO RACING NASCAR EcoBoost 400 After Friday qualifying; race Sunday At Homestead-Miami Speedway Homestead, Fla. Lap length: 1.5 miles (Car number in parentheses) 1. (24) Jeff Gordon, Chevrolet, 180.747 mph. 2. (41) Kurt Busch, Chevrolet, 180.632. 3. (20) Matt Kenseth, Toyota, 180.294. 4. (2) Brad Keselowski, Ford, 179.994. 5. (4) Kevin Harvick, Chevrolet, 179.946. 6. (15) Clint Bowyer, Toyota, 179.593. 7. (18) Kyle Busch, Toyota, 179.48. 8. (11) Denny Hamlin, Toyota, 179.348. 9. (22) Joey Logano, Ford, 179.259. 10. (78) Martin Truex Jr., Chevrolet, 179.069. 11. (88) Dale Earnhardt Jr., Chevrolet, 178.336. 12. (48) Jimmie Johnson, Chevrolet, 176.684. 13. (55) Brian Vickers, Toyota, 179.004. 14. (51) Justin Allgaier, Chevrolet, 178.938. 15. (99) Carl Edwards, Ford, 178.802. 16. (27) Paul Menard, Chevrolet, 178.796. 17. (9) Marcos Ambrose, Ford, 178.778. 18. (43) Aric Almirola, Ford, 178.601. 19. (1) Jamie McMurray, Chevrolet, 178.601. 20. (16) Greg Biffle, Ford, 178.477. 21. (31) Ryan Newman, Chevrolet, 178.241. 22. (17) Ricky Stenhouse Jr., Ford, 177.959. 23. (5) Kasey Kahne, Chevrolet, 177.778. 24. (3) Austin Dillon, Chevrolet, 177.678. 25. (47) AJ Allmendinger, Chevrolet, 178.23. 26. (21) Trevor Bayne, Ford, 178.136. 27. (42) Kyle Larson, Chevrolet, 178.13. 28. (14) Tony Stewart, Chevrolet, 178.024. 29. (13) Casey Mears, Chevrolet, 177.69. 30. (33) Brian Scott, Chevrolet, 177.189. 31. (34) David Ragan, Ford, 177.113. 32. (10) Danica Patrick, Chevrolet, 177.072. 33. (40) Landon Cassill, Chevrolet, 176.344. 34. (83) J.J. Yeley, Toyota, 176.304. 35. (38) David Gilliland, Ford, 176.056. 36. (36) Reed Sorenson, Chevrolet, 175.638. 37. (98) Josh Wise, Chevrolet, Owner Points. 38. (95) Michael McDowell, Ford, Owner Points. 39. (7) Michael Annett, Chevrolet, Owner Points. 40. (32) Blake Koch, Ford, Owner Points. 41. (23) Alex Bowman, Toyota, Owner Points. 42. (26) Cole Whitt, Toyota, Owner Points. 43. (66) Brett Moffitt, Toyota, Owner Points.

Nationwide EcoBoost 300 Saturday At Homestead-Miami Speedway Homestead, Fla. Lap length: 1.5 miles (Start position in parentheses) 1. (3) Matt Kenseth, Toyota, 206 laps, 133.1 rating, 0 points, $77,375. 2. (6) Kyle Busch, Toyota, 206, 120.4, 0, $58,825. 3. (2) Kyle Larson, Chevrolet, 206, 141.9, 0, $53,725. 4. (5) Ryan Blaney, Ford, 206, 117.5, 0, $37,700. 5. (10) Chris Buescher, Ford, 206, 95.3, 39, $39,025. 6. (15) Regan Smith, Chevrolet, 206, 102.6, 38, $31,475. 7. (21) Ty Dillon, Chevrolet, 206, 93.2, 37, $27,725. 8. (1) Brad Keselowski, Ford, 206, 102, 0, $25,750. 9. (4) Elliott Sadler, Toyota, 206, 106.6, 35, $27,160. 10. (7) Brian Scott, Chevrolet, 206, 85.7, 34, $27,550. 11. (13) Trevor Bayne, Ford, 206, 100, 34, $25,425. 12. (31) Paul Menard, Chevrolet, 206, 82.9, 0, $18,825. 13. (20) Jeremy Clements, Chevrolet, 206, 75.1, 32, $24,675. 14. (25) Ross Chastain, Toyota, 206, 59.8, 0, $24,565. 15. (30) T.J. Bell, Dodge, 206, 58.7, 0, $25,055. 16. (17) J.J. Yeley, Toyota, 206, 70, 28, $24,295. 17. (14) Chase Elliott, Chevrolet, 206, 90.8, 28, $24,110. 18. (24) James Buescher, Toyota, 206, 59, 26, $24,175. 19. (9) Dylan Kwasniewski, Chevrolet, 206, 71.8, 25, $23,965. 20. (19) Dakoda Armstrong, Ford, 206, 59.5, 24, $24,405. 21. (28) Jeffrey Earnhardt, Chevrolet, 206, 53.5, 23, $23,595. 22. (22) Blake Koch, Toyota, 206, 61.7, 23, $23,481. 23. (18) Mike Bliss, Toyota, 206, 62.1, 21, $23,345. 24. (35) Jake Crum, Chevrolet, 206, 46.4, 0, $17,235. 25. (12) Josh Berry, Chevrolet, 206, 72.2, 19, $23,575. 26. (27) Eric McClure, Toyota, 206, 44.7, 18, $22,965. 27. (11) Ryan Reed, Ford, 206, 74.6, 17, $22,855. 28. (33) Ryan Preece, Chevrolet, 206, 48.2, 16, $16,735. 29. (8) Brendan Gaughan, Chevrolet, 205, 74.4, 15, $22,785. 30. (29) David Starr, Chevrolet, 205, 40.2, 14, $22,775. 31. (40) Tanner Berryhill, Toyota, 204, 35.8, 13, $22,345. 32. (37) Carlos Contreras, Chevrolet, 203, 30.3, 12, $22,235. 33. (26) John Wes Townley, Toyota, 201, 36.6, 0, $16,195. 34. (39) Milka Duno, Toyota, 201, 27.7, 10, $22,134. 35. (23) Landon Cassill, Chevrolet, engine, 190, 64.7, 9, $22,084. 36. (32) Ryan Sieg, Chevrolet, suspension, 179, 54.8, 8, $20,645. 37. (16) Corey LaJoie, Ford, accident, 116, 54.6, 0, $20,575. 38. (36) Matt DiBenedetto, Chevrolet, transmission, 57, 28.9, 6, $20,540. 39. (38) Joey Gase, Chevrolet, engine, 54, 29.7, 5, $20,250. 40. (34) Jeff Green, Toyota, vibration, 3, 27.6, 4, $14,215. Race Statistics Average Speed of Race Winner: 115.442 mph. Time of Race: 2 hours, 40 minutes, 36 seconds. Margin of Victory: 0.713 seconds. Caution Flags: 11 for 48 laps. Lead Changes: 16 among 10 drivers. Lap Leaders: B.Keselowski 1-5; K.Larson 6-36; J.Clements 37; K.Busch 38-39; K.Larson 40-75; K.Busch 76-78; K.Larson 79-95; R.Blaney 96-119; T.Bayne 120-122; K.Larson 123-144; B.Koch 145; C.Elliott 146; M.Kenseth 147172; P.Menard 173-175; M.Kenseth 176-198; K.Larson 199-203; M.Kenseth 204-206. Leaders Summary (Driver, Times Led, Laps Led): K.Larson, 5 times for 111 laps; M.Kenseth, 3 times for 52 laps; R.Blaney, 1 time for 24 laps; K.Busch, 2 times for 5 laps; B.Keselowski, 1 time for 5 laps; T.Bayne, 1 time for 3 laps; P.Menard, 1 time for 3 laps; J.Clements, 1 time for 1 lap; C.Elliott, 1 time for 1 lap; B.Koch, 1 time for 1 lap. Top 10 in Points: 1. C.Elliott, 1,213; 2. R.Smith, 1,171; 3. E.Sadler, 1,154; 4. B.Scott, 1,154; 5. T.Dillon, 1,148; 6. T.Bayne, 1,086; 7. C.Buescher, 1,014; 8. B.Gaughan, 954; 9. R.Reed, 889; 10. J.Buescher, 868.

NHRA A. Club of S.Cal Pairings Saturday At Auto Club Raceway Pomona, Calif. Pairings based on results in qualifying, which ended Saturday. DNQs listed below pairings. Top Fuel 1. Richie Crampton, 3.711 seconds, 325.45 mph vs. 16. Troy Buff, 3.834, 314.90. 2. Antron Brown, 3.720, 322.58 vs. 15. Clay Millican, 3.825, 312.64. 3. Morgan Lucas, 3.738, 323.35 vs. 14. Billy Torrence, 3.799, 321.12. 4. Doug Kalitta, 3.745, 328.30 vs. 13. Steve Torrence, 3.790, 324.83. 5. J.R. Todd, 3.745, 325.06 vs. 12. Bob Vandergriff, 3.774, 321.42. 6. Spencer Massey, 3.748, 326.48 vs. 11. Shawn Langdon, 3.768, 323.50. 7. Khalid alBalooshi, 3.751, 325.85 vs. 10. Dom Lagana, 3.763, 322.42. 8. Larry Dixon, 3.760, 327.03 vs. 9. Tony Schumacher, 3.761, 323.81. Did Not Qualify: 17. Terry McMillen, 3.836, 321.04. 18. Brittany Force, 3.917, 306.26. 19. Steve Faria, 4.064, 286.38. 20. Steven Chrisman, 4.220, 284.75. 21. Jenna Haddock, 4.440, 216.65. Funny Car 1. Alexis DeJoria, Toyota Camry, 3.998, 314.39 vs. 16. Gary Densham, Chevy Impala, 4.136, 306.46. 2. Tommy Johnson Jr., Dodge Charger, 4.003, 317.34 vs. 15. Tony Pedregon, Camry, 4.134, 306.12. 3. Ron Capps, Charger, 4.005, 318.02 vs. 14. Jeff Arend, Charger, 4.126, 287.05. 4. Cruz Pedregon, Camry, 4.011, 311.77 vs. 13. Tim Wilkerson, Ford Mustang, 4.102, 313.73. 5. John Force, Mustang, 4.015, 316.60 vs. 12. Bob Tasca III, Mustang, 4.072, 312.93. 6. Matt Hagan, Charger, 4.016, 319.60 vs. 11. Chad Head, Camry, 4.070, 313.88. 7. Jack Beckman, Charger, 4.029, 313.29 vs. 10. Del Worsham, Camry, 4.062, 314.97. 8. Robert Hight, Mustang, 4.036, 317.87 vs. 9. Courtney Force, Mustang, 4.055, 316.60. Did Not Qualify: 17. Jeff Diehl, 4.196, 266.27. 18. John Bojec, 4.235, 298.47. 19. Jon Capps, 4.693, 187.34. 20. Shane Westerfield, 5.107, 233.20. 21. Terry Haddock, 8.246, 84.68. 22. Bob Bode, 18.203, 721.92. Pro Stock 1. Jason Line, Chevy Camaro, 6.517, 212.19 vs. 16. Jeff Isbell, Camaro, 6.724, 206.80. 2. Shane Gray, Camaro, 6.522, 211.79 vs. 15. Greg Stanfield, Camaro, 6.601, 209.39. 3. Erica Enders-Stevens, Camaro, 6.526, 212.03 vs. 14. Larry Morgan, Ford Mustang, 6.583, 209.85. 4. Jeg Coughlin, Dodge Dart, 6.534, 211.89 vs. 13. V. Gaines, Dodge Avenger, 6.577, 211.43. 5. Vincent Nobile, Camaro, 6.538, 211.96 vs. 12. Matt Hartford, Pontiac GXP, 6.562, 211.06. 6. Allen Johnson, Dart, 6.539, 211.33 vs. 11. Rodger Brogdon, Camaro, 6.550, 211.36. 7. Jonathan Gray, Camaro, 6.543, 211.83 vs. 10. Chris McGaha, Camaro, 6.548, 211.00. 8. Greg Anderson, Camaro, 6.547, 211.89 vs. 9. Dave Connolly, Camaro, 6.547, 211.73. Did Not Qualify: 17. Joey Grose, 6.948, 198.85.

BASKETBALL NBA WESTERN CONFERENCE Northwest Division W L Pct GB Portland 7 3 .700 — Utah 4 7 .364 3½ Oklahoma City 3 7 .300 4 Denver 2 6 .250 4 Minnesota 2 7 .222 4½ Pacific Division W L Pct GB Golden State 7 2 .778 — L.A. Clippers 5 3 .625 1½ Sacramento 6 4 .600 1½ Phoenix 5 5 .500 2½ L.A. Lakers 1 8 .111 6 Southwest Division W L Pct GB Memphis 9 1 .900 — Houston 8 1 .889 ½ Dallas 7 3 .700 2 New Orleans 5 3 .625 3 San Antonio 5 4 .556 3½ EASTERN CONFERENCE Atlantic Division W L Pct GB Toronto 8 2 .800 —

Brooklyn 4 5 .444 3½ 3 5 .375 4 Boston New York 2 8 .200 6 Philadelphia 0 9 .000 7½ Southeast Division W L Pct GB 7 2 .778 — Washington Atlanta 5 4 .556 2 Miami 5 4 .556 2 Charlotte 4 6 .400 3½ Orlando 4 7 .364 4 Central Division W L Pct GB Chicago 7 3 .700 — Cleveland 5 3 .625 1 4 5 .444 2½ Milwaukee 4 7 .364 3½ Indiana Detroit 3 7 .300 4 Saturday’s games Washington 98, Orlando 93 Toronto 111, Utah 93 Cleveland 127, Atlanta 94 Indiana 99, Chicago 90 Memphis 95, Detroit 88 Dallas 131, Minnesota 117 Portland 97, Brooklyn 87 Sacramento 94, San Antonio 91 L.A. Clippers 120, Phoenix 107 Golden State 112, Charlotte 87 Today’s games Denver at New York, 1 p.m. Milwaukee at Miami, 6 p.m. Houston at Oklahoma City, 7 p.m. Golden State at L.A. Lakers, 9:30 p.m.

Warriors 112, Hornets 87 CHARLOTTE (87) Hairston 1-2 0-0 3, Williams 0-3 0-0 0, Jefferson 8-14 3-5 19, Walker 3-14 2-5 8, Stephenson 7-10 0-0 16, Henderson 2-8 0-0 5, Zeller 1-5 3-7 5, Biyombo 0-0 3-4 3, Neal 1-5 2-2 4, Roberts 6-12 3-3 17, Pargo 3-8 0-0 7, Maxiell 0-2 0-2 0, Vonleh 0-1 0-0 0. Totals 32-84 16-28 87. GOLDEN STATE (112) Barnes 7-11 0-0 17, Green 3-8 0-0 7, Bogut 6-7 1-2 13, Curry 8-15 0-1 19, Thompson 7-13 3-3 21, Iguodala 0-4 0-0 0, Barbosa 2-6 0-0 4, Speights 4-8 5-5 13, Livingston 4-6 0-0 8, Ezeli 3-6 2-3 8, Holiday 0-2 0-0 0, Rush 1-1 0-0 2, Kuzmic 0-0 0-0 0. Totals 45-87 11-14 112. 23 23 Charlotte Golden State 28 39

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3-Point Goals—Charlotte 7-17 (Stephenson 2-2, Roberts 2-4, Hairston 1-1, Henderson 1-2, Pargo 1-4, Walker 0-2, Williams 0-2), Golden State 11-26 (Thompson 4-6, Barnes 3-5, Curry 3-6, Green 1-5, Barbosa 0-1, Holiday 0-1, Iguodala 0-1, Speights 0-1). Fouled Out—None. Rebounds—Charlotte 53 (Zeller 10), Golden State 56 (Bogut 9). Assists—Charlotte 14 (Walker 5), Golden State 30 (Curry 9). Total Fouls—Charlotte 13, Golden State 25. A—19,596 (19,596).

Clippers 120, Suns 107 PHOENIX (107) Marc.Morris 1-10 0-0 3, Mark.Morris 2-10 1-1 5, Plumlee 4-8 0-0 8, Bledsoe 0-6 1-1 1, G.Dragic 7-14 3-5 19, Len 7-11 3-3 17, Tucker 3-8 0-0 8, Tolliver 0-0 0-0 0, Thomas 4-12 9-9 19, Green 10-19 2-2 26, Z.Dragic 0-1 0-0 0, Randolph 0-0 0-0 0, Goodwin 0-0 1-2 1. Totals 38-99 20-23 107. L.A. CLIPPERS (120) Barnes 3-8 4-4 12, Griffin 7-12 5-8 19, Jordan 4-4 4-7 12, Paul 10-13 7-8 32, Redick 3-8 6-7 14, Crawford 2-7 4-4 9, Hawes 5-9 2-3 14, Farmar 1-5 0-0 3, Bullock 1-1 0-0 3, Davis 0-0 2-2 2, Cunningham 0-0 0-0 0, Udoh 0-1 0-0 0. Totals 36-68 34-43 120. Phoenix 23 31 L.A. Clippers 27 27

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3-Point Goals—Phoenix 11-30 (Green 4-8, Tucker 2-3, Thomas 2-5, G.Dragic 2-6, Marc.Morris 1-3, Z.Dragic 0-1, Mark.Morris 0-2, Bledsoe 0-2), L.A. Clippers 14-29 (Paul 5-6, Redick 2-4, Hawes 2-4, Barnes 2-6, Bullock 1-1, Farmar 1-4, Crawford 1-4). Fouled Out—None. Rebounds— Phoenix 49 (Len 11), L.A. Clippers 56 (Jordan 18). Assists—Phoenix 26 (Bledsoe 10), L.A. Clippers 24 (Paul 9). Total Fouls—Phoenix 30, L.A. Clippers 26. Technicals—Bledsoe, Green, Marc. Morris, Thomas, Phoenix defensive three second 2, Barnes 2, L.A. Clippers defensive three second. Ejected—Green, Barnes. A—19,060 (19,060).

Trail Blazers 97, Nets 87 BROOKLYN (87) Johnson 9-18 2-2 20, Garnett 5-8 2-2 12, B.Lopez 10-17 1-1 21, Williams 6-15 6-6 19, Bogdanovic 0-5 0-0 0, Plumlee 0-4 1-2 1, Jack 4-12 2-2 10, Anderson 0-1 0-0 0, Teletovic 1-7 0-0 2, Gutierrez 0-2 0-0 0, Jordan 0-0 2-2 2, Jefferson 0-0 0-0 0. Totals 35-89 16-17 87. PORTLAND (97) Crabbe 3-8 0-0 8, Leonard 3-7 0-0 7, R.Lopez 5-9 0-0 10, Lillard 8-14 8-9 28, Matthews 3-13 2-2 10, Kaman 3-11 6-9 12, Freeland 1-2 2-2 4, Blake 2-3 2-2 7, McCollum 1-4 0-3 3, Barton 4-7 0-0 8. Totals 33-78 20-27 97. Brooklyn Portland

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3-Point Goals—Brooklyn 1-19 (Williams 1-4, Anderson 0-1, Garnett 0-1, Johnson 0-2, Jack 0-3, Teletovic 0-4, Bogdanovic 0-4), Portland 11-26 (Lillard 4-6, Crabbe 2-6, Matthews 2-7, McCollum 1-2, Blake 1-2, Leonard 1-3). Fouled Out—None. Rebounds—Brooklyn 49 (Garnett 12), Portland 58 (Leonard 12). Assists—Brooklyn 15 (Williams 6), Portland 26 (Lillard 10). Total Fouls—Brooklyn 24, Portland 16. Technicals— R.Lopez, Portland defensive three second 2. A—19,441 (19,980).

Pacers 99, Bulls 90 INDIANA (99) Copeland 5-11 0-0 13, Scola 10-12 1-4 21, Hibbert 4-11 0-0 8, Sloan 2-6 1-1 6, S.Hill 6-14 8-9 21, Mahinmi 1-2 0-0 2, Rudez 1-5 1-2 3, Price 7-11 5-7 21, Allen 1-5 2-2 4. Totals 37-77 18-25 99. CHICAGO (90) Dunleavy 2-7 0-0 4, Gasol 4-15 4-4 12, Noah 3-4 1-2 7, Hinrich 7-17 0-0 15, Butler 10-17 1114 32, Brooks 3-6 0-2 6, Gibson 1-6 0-0 2, McDermott 3-4 0-0 7, Mirotic 1-3 0-1 2, Snell 1-4 0-0 3. Totals 35-83 16-23 90. Indiana Chicago

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3-Point Goals—Orlando 7-17 (Frye 4-6, Fournier 2-4, Harris 1-2, Payton 0-1, Green 0-1, Oladipo 0-3), Washington 3-10 (Butler 2-3, Wall 1-2, Temple 0-1, Pierce 0-4). Fouled Out—None. Rebounds—Orlando 46 (Vucevic 11), Washington 48 (Gortat 7). Assists—Orlando 14 (Oladipo 7), Washington 31 (Wall 10). Total Fouls—Orlando 21, Washington 16. A—19,110 (20,308).

Raptors 111, Jazz 93 UTAH (93) Hayward 3-10 6-7 12, Favors 9-11 0-0 18, Kanter 6-12 5-6 18, Burke 4-15 4-4 12, Burks 4-11 1-4 10, Ingles 1-4 0-0 3, Exum 2-4 1-2 6, Booker 1-2 3-4 6, Gobert 3-5 2-3 8, Clark 0-1 0-0 0, Evans 0-0 0-0 0. Totals 33-75 22-30 93. TORONTO (111) Ross 2-5 0-0 4, A.Johnson 0-1 2-2 2, Valanciunas 7-12 3-6 17, Lowry 8-14 1-1 19, DeRozan 10-17 7-8 27, Williams 4-13 3-4 13, Hansbrough 0-2 0-0 0, Patterson 7-11 0-0 16, J.Johnson 2-3 1-2 5, Vasquez 3-6 0-0 8. Totals 43-84 17-23 111. Utah Toronto

3-Point Goals—Utah 5-16 (Exum 1-1, Booker 1-2, Burks 1-2, Kanter 1-2, Ingles 1-3, Clark 0-1, Hayward 0-2, Burke 0-3), Toronto 8-21 (Vasquez 2-2, Lowry 2-4, Williams 2-5, Patterson 2-5, J.Johnson 0-1, DeRozan 0-1, Ross 0-3). Fouled Out—None. Rebounds—Utah 48 (Burks 10), Toronto 49 (Valanciunas 14). Assists—Utah 22 (Burke, Hayward 5), Toronto 15 (Lowry 4). Total Fouls—Utah 21, Toronto 19. A—19,800 (19,800).

Cavaliers 127, Hawks 94 ATLANTA (94) Korver 0-1 0-0 0, Millsap 7-13 2-2 16, Horford 6-10 0-0 12, Teague 2-8 0-0 5, Sefolosha 4-10 2-2 10, Antic 0-0 0-0 0, Schroder 2-5 2-2 6, Mack 3-6 0-0 6, Scott 2-8 1-1 5, Bazemore 2-8 0-0 4, Muscala 5-8 2-3 13, Jenkins 5-10 1-1 12, Brand 2-3 1-2 5. Totals 40-90 11-13 94. CLEVELAND (127) James 13-20 2-4 32, Love 5-12 0-0 13, Varejao 1-3 0-0 2, Irving 6-9 4-4 20, Marion 5-7 0-0 11, Waiters 4-11 0-0 9, Harris 4-6 0-0 12, Thompson 6-8 3-3 15, Cherry 1-4 1-2 4, Amundson 1-3 0-0 2, Haywood 2-5 0-0 4, Jones 1-2 0-0 3, Miller 0-0 0-0 0. Totals 49-90 10-13 127. Atlanta Cleveland

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3-Point Goals—Atlanta 3-22 (Muscala 1-1, Teague 1-2, Jenkins 1-3, Horford 0-1, Schroder 0-2, Bazemore 0-2, Millsap 0-2, Sefolosha 0-3, Scott 0-3, Mack 0-3), Cleveland 19-31 (Harris 4-5, James 4-5, Irving 4-7, Love 3-7, Marion 1-1, Cherry 1-2, Jones 1-2, Waiters 1-2). Fouled Out—Harris. Rebounds—Atlanta 46 (Millsap 7), Cleveland 50 (Varejao 10). Assists—Atlanta 26 (Mack 6), Cleveland 39 (Waiters 8). Total Fouls— Atlanta 12, Cleveland 14. Technicals—Waiters. A—20,562 (20,562).

Grizzlies 95, Pistons 88 DETROIT (88) Smith 5-13 0-0 11, Monroe 8-13 0-2 16, Drummond 2-4 2-4 6, Caldwell-Pope 1-11 0-0 2, Jennings 6-16 1-2 14, Butler 1-3 1-2 4, Augustin 3-10 0-0 7, Singler 5-8 6-6 21, Jerebko 2-2 0-0 5, Anthony 1-2 0-1 2. Totals 34-82 10-17 88. MEMPHIS (95) Prince 1-4 0-0 3, Randolph 7-22 3-6 17, Gasol 6-16 11-12 23, Allen 1-3 0-0 2, Conley 5-10 6-6 18, Lee 4-10 3-3 12, Udrih 3-5 2-2 8, Koufos 3-5 1-2 7, Carter 1-10 0-0 2, Leuer 1-1 1-2 3. Totals 32-86 27-33 95. Detroit Memphis

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3-Point Goals—Detroit 10-26 (Singler 5-7, Smith 1-1, Jerebko 1-1, Butler 1-3, Augustin 1-4, Jennings 1-6, Caldwell-Pope 0-4), Memphis 4-15 (Conley 2-2, Prince 1-2, Lee 1-3, Gasol 0-1, Udrih 0-1, Carter 0-6). Fouled Out—None. Rebounds—Detroit 49 (Monroe 11), Memphis 66 (Randolph 22). Assists—Detroit 15 (Augustin 5), Memphis 18 (Conley, Randolph 4). Total Fouls— Detroit 22, Memphis 18. Technicals—Smith. A—17,215 (18,119).

Men’s college scores

East Canisius 64, Vermont 60 Delaware St. 77, Penn 75, OT Duquesne 91, Bluefield St. 51 Georgetown 83, St. Francis Brooklyn 62 La Salle 57, Colgate 52 Providence 64, Albany (NY) 60 St. Bonaventure 77, Dartmouth 57 South Bethune-Cookman 91, Trinity (Fla.) 69 Davidson 102, Catholic 66 Duke 109, Fairfield 59 Florida Gulf Coast 63, Nova Southeastern 51 Florida St. 81, Manhattan 66 LSU 93, Gardner-Webb 82 Louisiana-Monroe 74, UAB 65 Old Dominion 76, UNC Wilmington 56 SC-Upstate 78, Florida A&M 65 W. Kentucky 77, Austin Peay 70 Winthrop 82, Pfeiffer 59 Midwest Bowling Green 77, Drake 58 Butler 99, Maine 57 Evansville 116, Earlham 45 Green Bay 88, Ill.-Springfield 57 Kent St. 69, Youngstown St. 61 Michigan 92, Hillsdale 68 N. Illinois 86, Aurora 56 N. Iowa 64, North Dakota 52 Ohio 73, Appalachian St. 47 Southwest Oral Roberts 77, Tulsa 68 Far West Boise St. 77, Loyola Marymount 69 Long Beach St. 74, San Francisco St. 64 Nevada 65, Cal Poly 49 San Diego 67, SE Missouri 56 UC Riverside 75, UC San Diego 52 Tournament All-Military Classic Championship Army 92, VMI 86 Third Place Air Force 68, The Citadel 55


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3-Point Goals—Indiana 7-18 (Copeland 3-4, Price 2-5, Sloan 1-2, S.Hill 1-3, Rudez 0-4), Chicago 4-17 (McDermott 1-1, Butler 1-2, Snell 1-3, Hinrich 1-4, Brooks 0-2, Mirotic 0-2, Dunleavy 0-3). Fouled Out—None. Rebounds—Indiana 53 (S.Hill 12), Chicago 49 (Gasol, Butler, Dunleavy, Gibson 6). Assists—Indiana 18 (Sloan 7), Chicago 18 (Hinrich 7). Total Fouls—Indiana 22, Chicago 19. Technicals—Brooks, Chicago defensive three second. A—22,248 (20,917).

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3-Point Goals—Minnesota 7-17 (Martin 4-6, Muhammad 1-1, Budinger 1-2, Hummel 1-2, Williams 0-1, Brewer 0-2, LaVine 0-3), Dallas 8-26 (Ellis 3-7, Crowder 1-2, Nowitzki 1-3, Nelson 1-3, Harris 1-3, Parsons 1-4, Jefferson 0-1, Villanueva 0-1, Aminu 0-2). Fouled Out—None. Rebounds—Minnesota 50 (Dieng 8), Dallas 44 (Chandler 16). Assists—Minnesota 24 (Williams 8), Dallas 31 (Nelson 6). Total Fouls—Minnesota 30, Dallas 24. A—19,730 (19,200).

NATIONAL CONFERENCE West W L T Pct PF PA 8 1 0 .889 223 170 6 3 0 .667 240 191 5 4 0 .556 195 202 3 6 0 .333 163 251 East W L T Pct PF PA Philadelphia 7 2 0 .778 279 198 Dallas 7 3 0 .700 261 212 N.Y. Giants 3 6 0 .333 195 247 Washington 3 6 0 .333 197 229 South W L T Pct PF PA New Orleans 4 5 0 .444 251 225 Carolina 3 6 1 .350 198 281 Atlanta 3 6 0 .333 219 238 Tampa Bay 1 8 0 .111 167 272 North W L T Pct PF PA Detroit 7 2 0 .778 182 142 Green Bay 6 3 0 .667 277 205 Minnesota 4 5 0 .444 168 199 Chicago 3 6 0 .333 194 277 AMERICAN CONFERENCE West W L T Pct PF PA Denver 7 2 0 .778 286 202 Kansas City 6 3 0 .667 217 151 San Diego 5 4 0 .556 205 186 Oakland 0 9 0 .000 146 252 East W L T Pct PF PA New England 7 2 0 .778 281 198 Miami 6 4 0 .600 249 180 Buffalo 5 5 0 .500 200 204 N.Y. Jets 2 8 0 .200 174 265 South W L T Pct PF PA 6 3 0 .667 290 211 Indianapolis Houston 4 5 0 .444 206 197 Tennessee 2 7 0 .222 144 223 Jacksonville 1 9 0 .100 158 282 North W L T Pct PF PA Cleveland 6 3 0 .667 209 172 Cincinnati 5 3 1 .611 197 211 Pittsburgh 6 4 0 .600 261 239 Baltimore 6 4 0 .600 261 181 Sunday’s games Minnesota at Chicago, 10 a.m. Seattle at Kansas City, 10 a.m. Cincinnati at New Orleans, 10 a.m. Denver at St. Louis, 10 a.m. Houston at Cleveland, 10 a.m. Atlanta at Carolina, 10 a.m. Tampa Bay at Washington, 10 a.m. San Francisco at N.Y. Giants, 10 a.m. Oakland at San Diego, 1:05 p.m. Detroit at Arizona, 1:25 p.m. Philadelphia at Green Bay, 1:25 p.m. New England at Indianapolis, 5:30 p.m. Open: Baltimore, Dallas, Jacksonville, N.Y. Jets Monday’s game Pittsburgh at Tennessee, 5:30 p.m.

Wizards 98, Magic 93

NFL Injury Report

ORLANDO (93) Harris 8-11 2-2 19, Frye 5-9 0-0 14, Vucevic 6-10 2-2 14, Oladipo 7-18 4-7 18, Fournier 5-13 3-3 15, Payton 1-6 1-2 3, B.Gordon 0-3 0-0 0, A.Gordon 3-4 0-2 6, Green 2-4 0-0 4, Harkless 0-0 0-0 0. Totals 37-78 12-18 93. WASHINGTON (98) Pierce 2-7 6-6 10, Nene 8-14 0-1 16, Gortat 4-9 0-0 8, Wall 6-17 2-3 15, Temple 0-3 1-2 1, Humphries 8-12 0-0 16, Porter 6-8 1-2 13, Butler 4-5 0-0 10, Miller 2-3 0-0 4, Seraphin 2-6 1-2 5. Totals 42-84 11-16 98.

NEW YORK — The updated National Football League injury report, as provided by the league: MINNESOTA VIKINGS at CHICAGO BEARS — VIKINGS: QUESTIONABLE: DE Scott Crichton (hip), T Mike Harris (ankle). PROBABLE: TE Chase Ford (foot), RB Jerick McKinnon (low back), TE Kyle Rudolph (abdomen, groin). BEARS: OUT: G Eben Britton (illness), DE Trevor Scott (knee), LB Darryl Sharpton (hamstring). DOUBTFUL: T Jordan Mills (ribs). QUESTIONABLE: WR Josh Morgan (shoulder). PROBABLE: TE Martellus Bennett (ribs), CB Tim Jennings (knee), WR Brandon Marshall (ankle), CB Terrance Mitchell (illness), DE Cornelius Washington (illness).

Kings 94, Spurs 91 SAN ANTONIO (91) Leonard 7-16 1-1 16, Duncan 4-11 7-8 15, Baynes 1-5 0-0 2, Parker 5-12 0-0 11, Green 6-9 2-2 16, Ginobili 7-15 6-7 21, Diaw 3-6 0-0 7, Joseph 0-2 0-0 0, Ayres 0-1 0-0 0, Bonner 1-3 0-0 3. Totals 34-80 16-18 91. SACRAMENTO (94) Gay 7-20 4-4 18, Thompson 2-5 0-0 4, Cousins 10-19 5-6 25, Collison 7-13 5-6 19, McLemore 3-8 2-2 8, Williams 1-2 1-2 3, Casspi 3-6 3-4 9, Landry 4-9 0-0 8, Sessions 0-2 0-0 0, Stauskas 0-2 0-0 0. Totals 37-86 20-24 94. San Antonio 24 14 Sacramento 23 22

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3-Point Goals—San Antonio 7-24 (Green 2-4, Diaw 1-1, Parker 1-2, Bonner 1-2, Ginobili 1-7, Leonard 1-8), Sacramento 0-12 (Casspi 0-1, Williams 0-1, Stauskas 0-2, Collison 0-2, McLemore 0-3, Gay 0-3). Fouled Out—None. Rebounds—San Antonio 48 (Duncan, Diaw 8), Sacramento 53 (Cousins 10). Assists—San Antonio 24 (Parker 6), Sacramento 19 (Gay 6). Total Fouls—San Antonio 25, Sacramento 18. Technicals—Cousins. A—17,317 (17,317).

Mavericks 131, T-wolves 117 MINNESOTA (117) Wiggins 2-6 1-2 5, Bennett 4-8 2-2 10, Pekovic 0-2 2-2 2, LaVine 2-6 0-1 4, Martin 12-17 6-6 34, Williams 5-10 3-4 13, Budinger 1-3 0-0 3, Dieng 5-9 2-2 12, Brewer 5-14 3-5 13, Hummel 1-4 0-0 3, Muhammad 6-7 5-5 18, Robinson III 0-0 0-0 0. Totals 43-86 24-29 117. DALLAS (131) Parsons 5-12 1-2 12, Nowitzki 6-9 2-2 15, Chandler 5-7 2-2 12, Nelson 2-6 0-0 5, Ellis 11-21 5-5 30, Harris 3-8 0-0 7, Smith 0-0 0-0 0, Aminu 5-7 0-0 10, Wright 6-6 1-2 13, Barea 4-9 6-6 14, Jefferson 4-5 2-4 10, Crowder 1-3 0-0 3, Villanueva 0-1 0-0 0. Totals 52-94 19-23 131. Minnesota Dallas

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Arizona Seattle San Francisco St. Louis

HOUSTON TEXANS at CLEVELAND BROWNS — TEXANS: OUT: CB Kareem Jackson (knee). QUESTIONABLE: RB Arian Foster (groin). PROBABLE: LB Jadeveon Clowney (knee), LB Brian Cushing (knee), CB Johnathan Joseph (concussion, knee), CB Darryl Morris (ankle), LB Brooks Reed (groin), LB John Simon (ankle), LB Jeff Tarpinian (knee), LB Justin Tuggle (shoulder). BROWNS: OUT: S Johnson Bademosi (concussion), TE Jordan Cameron (concussion). QUESTIONABLE: S Tashaun Gipson (concussion). PROBABLE: DE Desmond Bryant (wrist), WR Andrew Hawkins (thigh, knee), C Nick McDonald (calf), LB Barkevious Mingo (shoulder), DE Billy Winn (toe). PHILADELPHIA EAGLES at GREEN BAY PACKERS — EAGLES: OUT: QB Nick Foles (collarbone). PROBABLE: TE Brent Celek (ankle), CB Bradley Fletcher (shoulder), LB Mychal Kendricks (calf), WR Jeff Maehl (foot). PACKERS: OUT: TE Brandon Bostick (hip), LB Jayrone Elliott (hamstring). PROBABLE: G T.J. Lang (ankle), G Josh Sitton (toe). SEATTLE SEAHAWKS at KANSAS CITY CHIEFS — SEAHAWKS: OUT: LB Bobby Wagner (toe). DOUBTFUL: CB Marcus Burley (hamstring), G James Carpenter (ankle), LB Brock Coyle (glute). QUESTIONABLE: CB Jeremy Lane (groin), RB Marshawn Lynch (calf, rib), TE Luke Willson (ankle). PROBABLE: DE Michael Bennett (not injury related), S Kam Chancellor (groin), TE Cooper Helfet (knee), LB Malcolm Smith (groin). CHIEFS: OUT: WR Donnie Avery (groin), CB Jamell Fleming (hamstring), WR A.J. Jenkins (shoulder). QUESTIONABLE: TE Anthony Fasano (knee), CB Phillip Gaines (quadriceps, ankle), CB Chris Owens (knee). PROBABLE: RB Jamaal Charles (shoulder, elbow), LB Tamba Hali (knee), TE Travis Kelce (ribs), LB Josh Martin (hamstring, knee), LB Josh Mauga (groin), CB Sean Smith (groin). ATLANTA FALCONS at CAROLINA PANTHERS — FALCONS: OUT: T Jonathan Scott (hamstring). QUESTIONABLE: WR Harry Douglas (foot), WR Devin Hester (ankle), CB Josh Wilson (ankle). PROBABLE: G Justin Blalock (foot), DE Jonathan Massaquoi (foot). PANTHERS: OUT: DT Star Lotulelei (ankle). DOUBTFUL: G Amini Silatolu (knee). QUESTIONABLE: CB Bene Benwikere (ankle), DE Charles Johnson (not injury related), TE Brandon Williams (hip). PROBABLE: T Nate Chandler (toe), WR Jerricho Cotchery (hamstring), S Roman Harper (not injury related), DT Kawann Short (ankle), RB Jonathan Stewart (ankle), G Trai Turner (ankle), CB Melvin White (knee), RB DeAngelo Williams (foot). CINCINNATI BENGALS at NEW ORLEANS SAINTS — BENGALS: OUT: RB Giovani Bernard (hip, clavicle), LB Vontaze Burfict (knee). DOUBTFUL: T Andre Smith (ankle). QUESTIONABLE: LB Rey Maualuga (hamstring), CB Terence Newman (knee). PROBABLE: TE Jermaine Gresham (thigh), CB Leon Hall (concussion), S Taylor Mays (foot), RB Cedric Peerman (knee), G Mike Pollak (knee). SAINTS: OUT: RB Edwin Baker (concussion), RB Khiry Robinson (forearm), RB Pierre Thomas (rib, shoulder). QUESTIONABLE: CB Keenan Lewis (knee), LB Curtis Lofton (ankle), WR Robert Meachem (ankle). PROBABLE: LB David Hawthorne (hand), RB Mark Ingram (shoulder), P Thomas Morstead (illness), T Zach Strief (chest). TAMPA BAY BUCCANEERS at WASHINGTON REDSKINS — BUCCANEERS: OUT: RB Doug Martin (ankle). QUESTIONABLE: DE Michael Johnson (hand), TE Luke Stocker (hip), CB Alterraun Verner (hamstring). PROBABLE: T Anthony Collins (foot), T Demar Dotson (neck), QB Josh McCown (back), DT Gerald McCoy (groin). REDSKINS: QUESTIONABLE: TE Logan Paulsen (foot, hamstring). PROBABLE: S Ryan Clark (shoulder), QB Robert Griffin III (ankle), LB Ryan Kerrigan (wrist), RB Silas Redd Jr. (back), LB Keenan Robinson (shoulder). DENVER BRONCOS at ST. LOUIS RAMS — BRONCOS: OUT: RB Ronnie Hillman (foot). DOUBTFUL: TE Virgil Green (knee). PROBABLE: RB Montee Ball (groin), S Quinton Carter (knee), T Ryan Clady (groin), T Paul Cornick (shoulder), G Orlando Franklin (knee), LB Steven Johnson (ankle), RB Juwan Thompson (knee). RAMS: OUT: CB Marcus Roberson (ankle). DOUBTFUL: LB Daren Bates (groin), S Lamarcus Joyner (groin), WR Damian Williams (hamstring). QUESTIONABLE: DT Alex Carrington (quadriceps). PROBABLE: DE William Hayes (fibula), LB Will Herring (foot), LB James Laurinaitis (foot). SAN FRANCISCO 49ERS at NEW YORK GIANTS — 49ERS: OUT: S Jimmie Ward (foot), NT Ian Williams (fibula). QUESTIONABLE: CB Tramaine Brock (hamstring), WR Bruce Ellington (ankle), LB Dan Skuta (ankle). PROBABLE: LB Chris Borland (shoulder), RB Frank Gore (hip), DT Ray McDonald (knee), S Eric Reid (ankle), DT Justin Smith (not injury related). GIANTS: OUT: RB Peyton Hillis (concussion), DT Cullen Jenkins (calf), LB Jacquian Williams (concussion). PROBABLE: S Nat Berhe (ankle), TE Daniel Fells (neck), RB Rashad Jennings (knee), DE Mathias Kiwanuka (knee), DE Damontre Moore (shoulder). OAKLAND RAIDERS at SAN DIEGO CHARGERS — RAIDERS: OUT: TE David Ausberry (foot), S Jonathan Dowling (back), G Gabe Jackson (knee), CB Carlos Rogers (knee). QUESTIONABLE: CB TJ Carrie (ankle), DE Justin Tuck (neck). PROBABLE: T Khalif Barnes (quadriceps), CB Chimdi Chekwa (hamstring), CB DJ Hayden (groin), RB Jamize Olawale (shoulder, hamstring), T Menelik Watson (concussion). CHARGERS: OUT: CB Jason Verrett (shoulder). DOUBTFUL: NT Sean Lissemore (quadriceps). QUESTIONABLE: S Jahleel Addae (concussion). PROBABLE: WR Seyi Ajirotutu (not injury related), LB Jerry Attaochu (hamstring), LB Dwight Freeney (not injury related), RB Ryan Mathews (knee), C Rich Ohrnberger (back), LB Manti Te’o (foot). DETROIT LIONS at ARIZONA CARDINALS — LIONS: OUT: DT Nick Fairley (knee), G Larry Warford (knee). QUESTIONABLE: RB Reggie Bush (ankle). PROBABLE: TE Eric Ebron (hamstring), TE Joseph Fauria (ankle), S James Ihedigbo (back), WR Calvin Johnson (ankle), C Don Muhlbach (ankle), TE Brandon Pettigrew (foot), DE Devin Taylor (knee), T LaAdrian Waddle (knee). CARDINALS: OUT: DT Ed Stinson (toe). QUESTIONABLE: LB Desmond Bishop (hamstring). PROBABLE: LB Lorenzo Alexander (knee), S Deone Bucannon (quadriceps), RB Andre Ellington (foot, hip), RB Stepfan Taylor (calf), NT Dan Williams (elbow). NEW ENGLAND PATRIOTS at INDIANAPOLIS COLTS — PATRIOTS: OUT: DE Chandler Jones (hip). QUESTIONABLE: DT Dominique Easley (knee), S Nate Ebner (finger), T Cameron Fleming (finger), C Ryan Wendell (knee). PROBABLE: QB Tom Brady (ankle), WR Matthew Slater (shoulder). COLTS: OUT: DT Arthur Jones (ankle). QUESTIONABLE: T Gosder Cherilus (groin). PROBABLE: LB Victor Butler (hamstring), LB Josh McNary (ankle), LB Henoc Muamba (toe), LB Erik Walden (quadriceps), WR Reggie Wayne (not injury related). PITTSBURGH STEELERS at TENNESSEE TITANS — STEELERS: DNP: NT Steve McLendon (shoulder), S Troy Polamalu (knee), LB Ryan Shazier (ankle). LIMITED: CB Cortez Allen (thumb), CB Ike Taylor (forearm), S Shamarko Thomas (hamstring). FULL: DE Brett Keisel (not injury related), LB Arthur Moats (not injury related), S Ross Ventrone (hamstring). TITANS: DNP: TE Delanie Walker (concussion). LIMITED: RB Dexter McCluster (knee), RB Leon Washington (hamstring). FULL: NT Sammie Hill (hamstring), CB Blidi Wreh-Wilson (back).

GOLF OHL Classic Friday At Mayakoba Resort (El Camaleon) Playa del Carmen, Mexico Purse: $6.1 million Yardage: 6,987; Par: 71 Third Round Jason Bohn 66-65-67—198 Shawn Stefani 66-65-68—199 Charley Hoffman 66-68-67—201 Alex Cejka 66-67-68—201 Andres Gonzales 69-67-66—202 Jerry Kelly 69-66-67—202 Danny Lee 66-69-67—202 Ken Duke 69-63-70—202 Fred Funk 69-65-69—203 Oscar Fraustro 68-67-69—204 Nicholas Thompson 68-65-71—204 Jim Herman 67-69-69—205 John Huh 69-67-69—205 Carlos Ortiz 67-69-69—205 Steve Wheatcroft 65-69-71—205 Brice Garnett 66-68-71—205 Justin Thomas 67-70-69—206 Chris Stroud 69-68-69—206 John Peterson 69-67-70—206 Aaron Baddeley 66-70-70—206 Greg Chalmers 68-67-71—206 Brendan Steele 68-68-70—206 Zachary Blair 70-68-68—206 Blayne Barber 66-68-72—206 David Hearn 68-65-73—206 Jeff Overton 71-66-70—207 Russell Knox 69-68-70—207 Johnson Wagner 69-68-70—207 Patrick Rodgers 67-70-70—207 Tony Finau 65-72-70—207
 Colt Knost 68-70-69—207 Kyle Reifers 69-67-71—207 Harris English 67-71-69—207 Billy Hurley III 67-69-71—207 Jason Kokrak 66-69-72—207 Chad Collins 66-69-72—207 Tim Wilkinson 68-67-72—207 Will MacKenzie 65-68-74—207 Michael Putnam 66-64-77—207 Fabian Gomez 70-66-72—208 Robert Streb 67-69-72—208 Jhonattan Vegas 68-70-70—208 Max Homa 68-71-69—208 Scott Piercy 67-69-73—209 Ricky Barnes 69-69-71—209 Roger Sloan 68-70-71—209 Hudson Swafford 65-73-71—209 Nick Taylor 71-68-70—209 J.J. Henry 70-69-70—209 Daniel Summerhays 69-65-75—209 Freddie Jacobson 69-70-70—209 Scott Brown 71-66-73—210 Gonzalo Fernandez-Castano 71-67-72—210 John Rollins 71-65-74—210 Robert Garrigus 65-73-72—210 Alvaro Quiros 71-68-71—210 Ben Curtis 71-68-71—210 Tom Hoge 70-69-71—210 D.A. Points 71-66-74—211

Andrew Putnam Mark Hubbard Pat Perez Jay Woodson John Merrick Scott Langley Jason Gore Erik Compton Daniel Berger Sung Joon Park Retief Goosen Spencer Levin Brian Stuard Rory Sabbatini Patrick Cantlay Luke Guthrie Derek Fathauer

68-70-73—211 69-66-76—211 66-73-72—211 72-66-74—212 70-69-73—212 69-70-74—213 68-66-79—213 71-68-74—213 65-74-74—213 71-67-76—214 68-71-75—214 71-68-75—214 69-70-75—214 73-66-76—215 71-68-76—215 68-71-77—216 68-71-77—216

Lorena Ochoa Invitiational Friday Club de Golf Mexico Mexico City Purse: $1 million Yardage:—6,804; Par—72 Third Round a-denotes amateur Christina Kim 65-69-68—202 Shanshan Feng 72-67-68—207 So Yeon Ryu 70-69-69—208 66-71-71—208 Azahara Munoz 69-68-71—208 Pornanong Phatlum Inbee Park 70-70-69—209 Brittany Lincicome 70-71-69—210 Lydia Ko 68-69-74—211 70-65-76—211 Paula Creamer 70-72-70—212 Lexi Thompson Suzann Pettersen 71-66-75—212 Julieta Granada 71-71-71—213 Jenny Shin 71-71-71—213 73-69-71—213 Michelle Wie 69-72-72—213 Lizette Salas Karine Icher 70-73-71—214 Gerina Piller 69-70-75—214 Angela Stanford 73-73-69—215 70-72-73—215 Morgan Pressel 76-70-70—216 Cristie Kerr Stacy Lewis 76-70-70—216 Anna Nordqvist 71-74-71—216 Austin Ernst 71-73-72—216 74-73-70—217 Mo Martin a-Gaby Lopez 72-74-71—217 71-74-72—217 Alejandra Llaneza Margarita Ramos 75-69-73—217 73-68-76—217 Line Vedel 72-74-72—218 Catriona Matthew Mi Hyang Lee 72-72-74—218 76-72-71—219 Caroline Masson Pernilla Lindberg 75-70-74—219 77-71-73—221 Meena Lee 74-71-77—222 Natalie Gulbis Brittany Lang 78-70-75—223 79-71-75—225 Juli Inkster


Flames 4, Senators 2 1 0 1 — 2 0 1 3 — 4

First Period—1, Ottawa, MacArthur 8 (Karlsson, Turris), 12:17. Second Period—2, Calgary, Byron 4 (Baertschi, Jooris), 8:12. Third Period—3, Calgary, Granlund 3 (Bouma), 2:29. 4, Calgary, Jooris 4 (Glencross, Giordano), 5:37 (pp). 5, Ottawa, Ryan 4 (Michalek, Gryba), 7:51. 6, Calgary, Bouma 5 (Granlund), 12:57. Shots on Goal—Ottawa 5-8-12—25. Calgary 9-9-7—25. Goalies—Ottawa, Anderson. Calgary, Ramo. A—19,289 (19,289). T—2:27.

Penguins 3, Rangers 2 (SO) N.Y. Rangers Pittsburgh

2 0 0 0 —2 1 1 0 0 —3

Pittsburgh won shootout 2-1 First Period—1, Pittsburgh, Comeau 4 (Hornqvist, Malkin), 14:12. 2, N.Y. Rangers, Stempniak 4 (Girardi, Hagelin), 14:27. 3, N.Y. Rangers, St. Louis 6 (Brassard, Nash), 16:24 (pp). Second Period—4, Pittsburgh, Malkin 7 (Spaling), 8:09. Third Period—None. Overtime—None. Shootout—N.Y. Rangers 1 (Stepan G, Zuccarello NG, Boyle NG, R. Nash NG), Pittsburgh 2 (Malkin NG, Crosby G, Letang NG, Sutter G). Shots on Goal—N.Y. Rangers 14-6-7-4—31. Pittsburgh 14-15-6-3—38. Goalies—N.Y. Rangers, Lundqvist. Pittsburgh, Fleury. A—18,652 (18,387). T—2:51.

Blues 4, Capitals 1 Washington St. Louis

0 1 0 — 1 1 1 2 — 4

First Period—1, St. Louis, Lehtera 7 (Schwartz, Shattenkirk), 9:11. Second Period—2, Washington, Ward 8 (Green, Schmidt), 6:38. 3, St. Louis, Schwartz 7 (Shattenkirk, Gunnarsson), 12:36. Third Period—4, St. Louis, Backes 5 (Berglund), :12. 5, St. Louis, Berglund 2 (Oshie, Backes), 16:41. Shots on Goal—Washington 7-6-12—25. St. Louis 13-10-11—34. Goalies—Washington, Peters. St. Louis, Elliott. A—19,339 (19,150). T—2:30.

Predators 2, Jets 1 Winnipeg Nashville

0 1 0 — 1 0 1 1 — 2

First Period—None. Second Period—1, Winnipeg, Wheeler 8 (Kane), 6:57 (sh). 2, Nashville, Neal 9 (Ribeiro), 15:45. Third Period—3, Nashville, Smith 6 (Jarnkrok), 17:58. Shots on Goal—Winnipeg 8-5-9_22. Nashville 8-14-7_29. Goalies—Winnipeg, Pavelec. Nashville, Rinne. A—17,113 (17,113). T—2:31.

Sabres 6, Maple Leafs 2 Toronto Buffalo

Flyers 3, Canadiens 2 Philadelphia Montreal

0 2 1 — 3 2 1 3 — 6

First Period—1, Montreal, Parenteau 4 (Pacioretty, Markov), 6:47 (pp). 2, Montreal, Desharnais 2 (Pacioretty, Markov), 8:49 (pp). Second Period—3, Montreal, Subban 4 (Galchenyuk, Plekanec), 6:17 (pp). 4, Philadelphia, B.Schenn 5 (Voracek, Grossmann), 12:01. 5, Philadelphia, B.Schenn 6 (Giroux, Voracek), 18:46. Third Period—6, Montreal, Parenteau 5 (Gonchar, Desharnais), 1:02. 7, Philadelphia, Read 2 (Colaiacovo, Couturier), 5:38 (pp). 8, Montreal, Weise 2 (Galchenyuk, Gonchar), 13:18. 9, Montreal, Weise 3 (Plekanec, Galchenyuk), 17:01. Shots on Goal—Philadelphia 8-10-11—29. Montreal 12-7-9—28. Goalies—Philadelphia, Emery. Montreal, Price. A—21,287 (21,273). T—2:33.

Kings 3, Ducks 2 (OT) Anaheim Los Angeles

0 2 0 0 —2 0 1 1 1 —3

First Period—None. Second Period—1, Anaheim, Etem 2 (Maroon, Getzlaf), 8:38. 2, Los Angeles, Toffoli 8 (Stoll), 16:37 (sh). 3, Anaheim, Kesler 6 (Allen, Vatanen), 18:44. Third Period—4, Los Angeles, Kopitar 5 (Doughty, Muzzin), 9:25 (pp). Overtime—5, Los Angeles, Stoll 1 (Williams, Muzzin), 2:19 (pp). Shots on Goal—Anaheim 11-10-7-1—29. Los Angeles 10-14-11-2—37. Goalies—Anaheim, Andersen. Los Angeles, Quick. A—18,230 (18,118). T—2:43.

Wild 2, Stars 1 Minnesota Dallas

0 1 1 — 2 0 1 0 — 1

First Period—None. Second Period—1, Dallas, Roussel 5 (Fiddler, Hemsky), 5:34. 2, Minnesota, Haula 2 (Carter), 15:41. Third Period—3, Minnesota, Granlund 2 (Coyle), :40. Shots on Goal—Minnesota 6-8-8—22. Dallas 8-9-11—28. Goalies—Minnesota, Kuemper. Dallas, Lehtonen. A—17,543 (18,532). T—2:23.

Avalanche 3, Devils 2

WESTERN CONFERENCE Pacific Division GP W L OT Pts GF GA Anaheim 18 11 3 4 26 49 40 Vancouver 18 12 6 0 24 53 52 Calgary 19 11 6 2 24 59 50 Los Angeles 18 9 5 4 22 45 40 San Jose 19 9 8 2 20 54 53 Arizona 17 7 9 1 15 45 56 Edmonton 17 6 9 2 14 43 58 Central Division GP W L OT Pts GF GA St. Louis 17 12 4 1 25 49 33 Nashville 17 11 4 2 24 43 35 Winnipeg 18 9 7 2 20 34 38 Chicago 17 9 7 1 19 45 34 Minnesota 16 9 7 0 18 46 36 Colorado 19 6 8 5 17 47 61 Dallas 17 6 7 4 16 47 55 EASTERN CONFERENCE Atlantic Division GP W L OT Pts GF GA Montreal 18 13 4 1 27 51 46 Tampa Bay 18 12 4 2 26 66 48 Boston 19 11 8 0 22 51 49 Detroit 16 8 3 5 21 44 38 Ottawa 17 8 5 4 20 47 45 Toronto 18 9 7 2 20 56 51 Florida 14 5 4 5 15 27 35 Buffalo 19 4 13 2 10 30 68 Metropolitan Division GP W L OT Pts GF GA Pittsburgh 16 12 3 1 25 60 35 N.Y. Islanders 17 11 6 0 22 54 50 N.Y. Rangers 17 7 6 4 18 49 53 New Jersey 18 8 8 2 18 46 53 Washington 17 7 7 3 17 50 49 Philadelphia 16 7 7 2 16 51 53 Carolina 16 5 8 3 13 37 49 Columbus 17 6 10 1 13 44 59 NOTE: Two points for a win, one point for overtime loss. Saturday’s games Pittsburgh 3, N.Y. Rangers 2, SO Boston 2, Carolina 1 Minnesota 2, Dallas 1 Los Angeles 3, Anaheim 2, OT Buffalo 6, Toronto 2 Montreal 6, Philadelphia 3 Tampa Bay 5, N.Y. Islanders 2 Colorado 3, New Jersey 2 Columbus 2, San Jose 1 Nashville 2, Winnipeg 1 St. Louis 4, Washington 1 Calgary 4, Ottawa 2 Today’s games San Jose at Carolina, 5 p.m. Winnipeg at Minnesota, 5 p.m. Montreal at Detroit, 7 p.m. Dallas at Chicago, 7 p.m. Florida at Anaheim, 8 p.m. Arizona at Edmonton, 9 p.m.

Ottawa Calgary

Power-play opportunities—Toronto 0 of 4; Buffalo 1 of 2. Goalies—Toronto, Reimer 4-3-0 (35 shots-29 saves). Buffalo, Neuvirth 3-5-1 (34-32). A—19,070 (19,070). T—2:36. Referees—Dan O’Halloran, Rob Martell. Linesmen—Scott Cherrey, Scott Driscoll.

0 2 0 — 2 2 2 2 — 6

First Period—1, Buffalo, Ennis 6 (Stafford, Moulson), 15:40 (pp). 2, Buffalo, Girgensons 5 (Flynn, Strachan), 18:33 (sh). Penalties—Clarkson, Tor (goaltender interference), 14:09; Zadorov, Buf (slashing), 17:43; van Riemsdyk, Tor (cross-checking), 19:53. Second Period—3, Buffalo, Stafford 4 (Deslauriers, Meszaros), 7:10. 4, Toronto, Clarkson 5 (Franson, Kadri), 18:41. 5, Buffalo, Moulson 2 (Ennis, Weber), 18:57. 6, Toronto, Kessel 11 (van Riemsdyk, Rielly), 19:41. Penalties— Mitchell, Buf (interference), 11:32. Third Period—7, Buffalo, Myers 1 (Moulson, Ennis), 1:10. 8, Buffalo, Girgensons 6 (McCormick), 4:42. Penalties—Mitchell, Buf (tripping), 2:40; Hodgson, Buf (goaltender interference), 11:26; Leivo, Tor (roughing), 19:09; Ristolainen, Buf (roughing), 19:09; Polak, Tor (slashing), 20:00. Shots on Goal—Toronto 11-10-13—34. Buffalo 14-12-9—35.

Colorado New Jersey

1 0 2 — 3 1 0 1 — 2

First Period—1, New Jersey, Havlat 2 (Ryder, Elias), 2:04. 2, Colorado, Mitchell 3 (Landeskog, Iginla), 8:11. Second Period—None. Third Period—3, New Jersey, Gelinas 2 (Elias), 8:21. 4, Colorado, E.Johnson 3, 12:30. 5, Colorado, Duchene 6 (Barrie, Tanguay), 17:07. Shots on Goal—Colorado 7-10-12—29. New Jersey 7-7-11—25. Goalies—Colorado, Varlamov. New Jersey, Schneider. A—15,626 (17,625). T—2:23.

Bruins 2, Hurricanes 1 Carolina Boston

1 0 0 — 1 2 0 0 — 2

First Period—1, Carolina, Tlusty 7 (Faulk, E.Staal), 7:05. 2, Boston, Griffith 5, 14:24. 3, Boston, Bergeron 4 (Marchand, Seidenberg), 19:10. Second Period—None. Third Period—None. Shots on Goal—Carolina 16-3-15—34. Boston 7-14-4—25. Goalies—Carolina, Ward. Boston, T.Rask. A—17,565 (17,565). T—2:22.

Lightning 5, Islanders 2 N.Y. Islanders Tampa Bay

2 3

0 0 — 1 1 —

2 5

First Period—1, N.Y. Islanders, Nelson 8 (Tavares, Okposo), 7:41. 2, Tampa Bay, Callahan 6 (Garrison, Filppula), 8:41. 3, N.Y. Islanders, Bailey 3 (Boychuk, Leddy), 11:22. 4, Tampa Bay, Filppula 4 (Stamkos, Garrison), 13:46 (pp). 5, Tampa Bay, Paquette 5 (Namestnikov, Killorn), 15:29. Second Period—6, Tampa Bay, T.Johnson 6 (Palat, Kucherov), 1:39. Third Period—7, Tampa Bay, Gudas 1 (Callahan), 15:34. Shots on Goal—N.Y. Islanders 11-7-9—27. Tampa Bay 13-10-5—28. Goalies—N.Y. Islanders, C.Johnson. Tampa Bay, Bishop. A—19,204 (19,204). T—2:21.

Blue Jackets 2, Sharks 1 San Jose Columbus

0 1 0 — 1 1 1 0 — 2

First Period—1, Columbus, Savard 4 (Cracknell, Anisimov), 14:17. Second Period—2, Columbus, Atkinson 7 (Johnson, Jenner), 16:39 (pp). 3, San Jose, Pavelski 8 (Thornton, Hertl), 19:05. Third Period—None. Shots on Goal—San Jose 11-10-16—37. Columbus 10-8-10—28. Goalies—San Jose, Niemi. Columbus, Bobrovsky. A—15,950 (18,144). T—2:22.

Western Hockey League WESTERN CONFERENCE U.S. Division GP W L OTL SOL GF GA Pt Everett 19 14 2 2 1 74 46 31 23 14 9 0 0 67 60 28 Tri-City Spokane 19 9 7 3 0 57 59 21 Seattle 21 9 9 2 1 57 60 21 Portland 22 8 11 0 3 68 88 19 B.C. Division GP W L OTL SOL GF GA Pt Kelowna 22 20 1 1 0 110 49 41 Victoria 23 11 10 2 0 73 80 24 Prince George 22 11 11 0 0 64 93 22 23 9 10 2 2 71 81 22 Kamloops 20 8 12 0 0 65 66 166 Vancouver EASTERN CONFERENCE Central Division GP W L OTL SOL GF GA Pt Brandon 22 17 4 1 0 107 68 35 Swift Current 23 11 8 0 4 64 64 26 Regina 21 11 9 1 0 72 57 23 Moose Jaw 21 9 10 1 1 60 71 20 Prince Albert 22 9 13 0 0 64 77 18 Saskatoon 21 6 15 0 0 53 98 12 East Division GP W L OTL SOL GF GA Pt Medicine Hat 20 14 4 1 1 76 47 30 Red Deer 22 11 8 2 1 79 74 25 Edmonton 21 11 8 0 2 62 50 24 Calgary 21 10 8 1 2 76 63 23 Kootenay 21 8 13 0 0 56 89 16 Lethbridge 21 5 12 3 1 52 87 14 Note: a team winning in overtime or shootout is credited with two points and a victory in the W column; the team losing in overtime or shootout receives one point which is registered in the OTL or SOL columns. Saturday’s games Regina 2 Seattle 1 Prince Albert 3 Swift Current 2 (SO) Brandon 3 Medicine Hat 2 (SO) Red Deer 5 Saskatoon 2 Kootenay 4 Lethbridge 2 Kelowna 6 Prince George 2 Victoria 7 Vancouver 5 Everett 3 Kamloops 2 (SO) Tri-City 5 Spokane 3 Today’s games Seattle at Swift Current Saskatoon at Calgary Everett at Portland

SOCCER MLS Playoffs CONFERENCE CHAMPIONSHIP Eastern Conference New England vs. New York Leg 1 — Sunday, Nov. 23: New England at New York, 10:30 p.m. Leg 2 — Saturday, Nov. 29: New York at New England, 12 p.m. Western Conference Seattle vs. Los Angeles Leg 1 — Sunday, Nov. 23: Seattle at LA Galaxy, 2 p.m. Leg 2 — Sunday, Nov. 30: LA Galaxy at Seattle, 6 p.m. MLS CUP Sunday, Dec. 7: New England-New York winner at LA Galaxy-Seattle winner, 12 p.m.

LINE NFL FAVORITE LINE UNDERDOG Sunday at Cleveland 3 Houston at Chicago 3 Minnesota at Green Bay 6 Philadelphia at Kansas City 2 Seattle Atlanta 1 at Carolina at New Orleans 7 Cincinnati at Washington 7½ Tampa Bay Denver 9½ at St. Louis San Francisco 4 at N.Y. Giants at San Diego 10 Oakland at Arizona 1½ Detroit at Indianapolis 2½ New England Monday Pittsburgh 6 at Tennessee

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Giants DBs just made #BusinessDecisions @MoneyLynch #BeastMode”

— Robinson politely pointing out a less-than-enthusiastic attempt by Giants defensive backs to tackle Marshawn Lynch at the end of a 16-yard touchdown run last week.

Seahawks Game Day C9


W Seattle 38, New York 17







SUNDAY, 11.16.2014

Seattle’s second eight games of the 2014 season



10 a.m. | TV: Fox

1:05 p.m. | TV: Fox

Starting with this game, the Seahawks play six consecutive against teams with .500 or better records, including four on the road.

Seattle’s first chance to chip away at Cardinals’ surprising NFC West lead, and Arizona’s chance to show its fast start is legit.

Kansas City



San Francisco

5:30 p.m. | TV: NBC Surely Jim Harbaugh invited Pete Carroll over for a postgame Thanksgiving dinner, right?



1:25 p.m. | TV: Fox Not long ago Pete Carroll and Chip Kelly competed for Pac-10 titles, now they’re running two of the NFC’s top teams.





1:25 p.m. | TV: Fox

5:30 p.m. | TV: NBC

1:25 p.m. | TV: Fox

San Francisco

Seahawks fans hope this isn’t the game where Colin Kaepernick finally stops making bad decisions in Seattle.


Who’d have guessed this game, not Week 15’s against the 49ers, might be the December contest that decides the NFC West?

St. Louis

St. Louis at Seattle in Week 17, a tradition unlike any other… or something like that.

FIRST HALF (5-3): Green Bay (W, 35-16); at San Diego (L, 30-21); Denver (W, 26-20 OT); at Washington (W, 27-17); Dallas (L, 30-23); at St. Louis (L, 28-26); at Carolina (W, 13-9); Oakland (W, 30-24)

AT A GLANCE | Seattle at Kansas City SERIES HISTORY The Chiefs own a pretty big advantage in this series, winning 32 of 50 meetings. Though like other games against AFC West teams, most of that history predates Seattle’s move to the NFC. Kansas City at one point won 14 of 15 in the ’90s before Seattle started evening things out. The Chiefs won the most recent meeting, a 42-24 victory in Seattle in 2010, and have won 20 of 25 against Seattle at Arrowhead Stadium.’

By Gregg Bell The News Tribune

KEY MATCHUP Chiefs OLB Justin Houston vs. Seahawks RT Justin Britt Seahawks right tackle Justin Britt has for the most part played well for a rookie, however he has at times struggled in pass protection. That could be an issue in Kansas City, where Britt will frequently be asked to stop Justin Houston, who leads the NFL with 12 sacks in his first nine games. Houston will move around some, but he usually lines up on the left side of the Chiefs defense, meaning Britt, more than anyone will be responsible for him. Already Houston has enjoyed a productive career, collecting 11 sacks in 11 games last year, 10 in 2012 and 5.5 as a rookie in 2011. But he is taking his game to a new level this season. And Houston hasn’t just been productive, he has been consistent. While pass rushers are notoriously streaky, Houston has just two games this season without a sack. And the Seahawks know they can’t put too many resources into stopping Houston and ignore the other side of the field, where fellow pass-rusher Tamba Hali will be looking to grab a few sacks or quarterback hits of his own. Hali has four sacks this season, and had 46.5 in the previous four seasons. “Both of them, with Tamba Hali and Houston, they’re terrors coming off the edge,” said Seahawks offensive coordinator Darrell Bevell. “We know all about them, and it’s going to be really important for us to make sure we take care of them.” Added quarter back Russell Wilson: “You’ve got to know (where they are). They’re great football players, some of the best in the league. We’re going to have to do a great job of slowing them down.” Houston and company know that they can’t focus too much on the pass rush and ignore other responsibilities, however, especially with Marshawn Lynch and the league’s best rushing attack in town. “To be able to rush the passer, we know that we have to stop the run first — that’s in any game,” Houston said on a teleconference with Seattle-area media. “Our goal is to stop the run so we can put them in passing situations and we can get after the quarterback.”



Rushing touchdowns allowed by the Chiefs this season, a number that should get put to the test this week by the Seahawks and Marshawn Lynch, who rushed for four touchdowns last week.


Can Wilson find his groove?


Kansas City Chiefs outside linebacker Justin Houston leads the NFL with 12 sacks.

Seahawks — LB Bobby Wagner is still out with a toe injury, and Brock Coyle, who has started the last two games in his place, is doubtful, meaning KJ Wright likely moves back to middle linebacker with Malcolm Smith returning from an injury. G James Carpenter (ankle) and CB Marcus Burley (hamstring) are also doubtful. CB Jeremy Lane (groin), TE Luke Willson and (ankle) RB Marshawn Lynch (calf/rib) are questionable, though head coach Pete Carroll expressed optimism that Willson and Lynch will play.. Chiefs — Kansas City will be without CB Jamell Fleming (hamstring) as well as two of its top receivers — A.J. Jenkins (shoulder) and Donnie Avery (groin). Anthony Fasano (knee), the Chiefs’ best blocking tight end, is questionable after not practicing all week. Also questionable are CB Chris Owens (knee) and CB Philip Gaines (ankle/quad).

BREAK IT DOWN Seahawks will win if they ... >> Get Wilson out of his funk. It’s great that Russell Wilson was able to do so much with his legs last week, rushing for 107 yards. But he has struggled throwing the ball of late, and now that the schedule is getting tougher, at some point, possibly this week, the Seahawks will need more balance to beat a good team. >> Play from ahead. Carroll said it’s not how you start, it’s how you finish, but starting fast would be big, not just because it might help quiet one of the loudest stadiums in the NFL, but because playing from behind lets a very good Chiefs pass rush get even more aggressive. >> Contain Jamaal Charles. The Chiefs are missing two of their top

receivers and maybe one of their two top tight ends, but their offense can still be dangerous thanks to the explosive Charles. Given the limitations in Kansas City’s passing game, if the Seahawks can shut Charles down, no easy task with defensive tackle Brandon Mebane out for the season, they’ll stop the Chiefs offense. Chiefs will win if they ... >> Stop the run, and that includes the quarterback. Any team playing Seattle will say stopping Marshawn Lynch is priority No. 1, and that’s true for the Chiefs. But they can’t be so focused on Lynch that they ignore Wilson like New York did last week and Washington did earlier this season. >> Take care of the ball. Seattle defense appears to be heating up in the past month, and the turnovers began showing up. Kansas City can’t afford to help the Seahawks build off of that momentum in what figures to be a tight game. >> Keep winning on third down. The Chiefs are converting at a 48.7-percent rate on third down, which ranks third in the league. The Seahawks, meanwhile, are allowing opponents to convert on 43.3 percent of third downs, which ranks 23rd. If the Chiefs can continue those trends and keep Wilson, Lynch and company off the field, that’s a recipe for success.

PICK Chiefs 20, Seahawks 17 Both teams are missing some key players, but facing a potent rushing attack without Brandon Mebane and Bobby Wagner might be too much to overcome for Seattle. — John Boyle, Herald Writer

RENTON — Even your mailman seems to have an opinion on Seattle Seahawks quarterback Russell Wilson. He doesn’t look right. His can’t throw in the rain. He looks jittery. He’s too short. Ultimately, it’s like complaining the sun’s too bright. The Seahawks (6-3) enter Sunday’s game at Kansas City (6-3) riding their first threegame winning streak since last January’s postseason romp to their Super Bowl title. Yet Puget Sound’s freaking out over the usually precise, mistake-free Wilson having his fourth multiple-interception game of his career last weekend. Wilson’s 10-for-17, 172-yard passing day against the New York Giants included two more sacks. But it also included impeccable decision making on constant read options. That led to Seattle’s franchiserecord 350 yards on the ground. Wilson joined Michael Vick and Billy Kilmer as the only NFL quarterbacks since 1961 with three 100-yard rushing games in a season, and last weekend his outside runs opened inside lanes for Marshawn Lynch’s 140 yards and four rushing touchdowns. Above all, Wilson won, 38-17. It was Seattle’s largest margin of victory since February’s Super Bowl rout of Denver. “My accuracy’s been a little bit off, for whatever reason,” Wilson said before practice Thursday. “It’s just, I keep believing in myself. I’m not going to doubt myself. I’ve played a lot of great football, at times. I just believe that every time I’ve got the ball in my hands I’m going to make something happen. That’s never going to change. My confidence never wavers. “Sometimes you go through a downward slump. But as long as you find ways to win, that’s all I care about.” But ... but .. Wilson’s win over the Giants came after victories over Oakland 30-24 in which he had his sixth sub-50-percent passing day of his career and at Carolina 13-9. In that Panthers game Oct. 26 he was 16 for 28 passing until a perfect 4 for 4 on the final, game-winning drive that ended with his touchdown throw to Luke Willson with 47 seconds left. Wilson says faulty footwork and rushing of his throws have caused his erratic throwing lately. He’s got a reason to rush his passes. He’s spent the last two seasons, and especially the last six weeks, scrambling pell-mell behind an offensive line that has been too decimated by injuries and/or too ineffective to provide him with consistent pass protection. Wilson has been sacked 18 times on 277 drop backs in nine games. Most, lesselusive quarterbacks would have been dumped at least 40 times with the pass rushes Wilson has faced. For all the times he has spun, escaped danger and scrambled for big gains — at Washington, at St. Louis, late at Carolina — he has spun prematurely out of the pocket in some of the relatively few, other times the defense hasn’t closed in on him. He hinted Thursday that, yes, the constant pressure is effecting his throws. “One of my strengths is just being poised at certain times,” Wilson said. “I think I have to get back to that, get back to and I think that I have to always go back to that. Always being as calm as possible and being smooth as possible and making those throws and hitting it when it’s there.” Seahawks head coach Pete Carroll is like your mailman. He has an opinion about how Wilson’s playing. And it’s not a Chicken Little one. “The good thing is that we have won three games,” the Seahawks coach said, See WILSON, Page C10


Sunday, 11.16.2014 The Daily Herald


Western WA Northwest Weather


Mostly sunny today. Patchy clouds tonight; cold near the Cascades. Mostly cloudy tomorrow. Tuesday: periods of sun.

Bellingham 46/31

Sunny, staying chilly


46°30° Sunny, a little warmer



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Arlington Eastern WA 47/22 Granite Mostly sunny and cold Falls today. Clear to partly Marysvile 47/25 cloudy and cold tonight. 44/30 Cold tomorrow with times Langley EVERETT Lake Stevens of clouds and sun. 44/27 47/32 47/25 Mukilteo Snohomish Gold Bar 47/32 48/27 49/28 Lynnwood Mill Creek Index Monroe Sultan 47/30 46/27 47/30 48/27 49/28 Kirkland Redmond 48/31 48/28 Seattle Bellevue 47/31 45/30

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Port Orchard 47/25


Auburn 47/29


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Sun and Moon

through 5 p.m. yesterday High/low ..................................... 43/26 Normal high/low ....................... 49/41 Records (1995/1955) ................... 66/9 Barometric pressure (noon) ... 30.47 F 24 hours ending 5 p.m. ............... 0.00” Month to date ............................. 1.52” Normal month to date ............... 3.02” Year to date ............................... 31.48” Normal year to date ................. 27.68”

Yesterday’s offender ....... Particulates

Good: 0-50; Moderate: 51-100, Unhealthy (for sensitive groups): 101-150; Unhealthy: 151-200; Very unhealthy: 201300; Hazardous: 301-500 WA Dept. of Environmental Quality

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through 5 p.m. yesterday High/low ..................................... 45/16 Normal high/low ....................... 49/41 Records (2008/2014) ................. 64/16 Barometric pressure (noon) ... 30.49 S 24 hours ending 5 p.m. ............... 0.00” Month to date ............................. 2.79” Normal month to date ............... 3.32” Year to date ............................... 50.30” Normal year to date ................. 37.87” Rises Mercury ..... 6:07 a.m. Venus ......... 7:48 a.m. Mars ......... 11:29 a.m. Jupiter ...... 10:52 p.m. Saturn ........ 7:19 a.m. Uranus ....... 2:54 p.m. Neptune ..... 1:40 p.m. Pluto ......... 10:47 a.m.

Sets ........ 4:04 p.m. ........ 4:46 p.m. ........ 7:42 p.m. ........ 1:16 p.m. ........ 4:44 p.m. ........ 3:41 a.m. ...... 12:12 a.m. ........ 7:37 p.m.

World Weather City

Today Hi/Lo/W Amsterdam 49/43/r Athens 63/56/pc Baghdad 79/57/c Bangkok 91/76/t Beijing 54/28/s Berlin 52/40/sh Buenos Aires 81/66/s Cairo 74/61/pc Dublin 51/42/pc Hong Kong 79/64/s Jerusalem 59/49/sh Johannesburg 72/47/s London 53/44/pc

Tomorrow Hi/Lo/W 50/40/pc 69/57/pc 78/54/s 91/74/s 53/27/s 49/43/sh 84/71/s 75/60/pc 50/45/pc 76/64/s 60/48/pc 61/47/r 49/43/r

Washington Bellingham Colville Ellensburg Forks Friday Harbor Moses Lake Ocean Shores Olympia Port Angeles Pullman Spokane Seattle Tacoma Walla Walla Wenatchee Yakima Idaho Boise Coeur d’Alene Sun Valley Oregon Astoria Bend Eugene Klamath Falls Medford Portland

Feet 3.2 8.3 3.1 ---

through 5 p.m. yesterday High/low ..................................... 47/25 Normal high/low ....................... 50/39 Records (2001/1955) ................... 60/8 Barometric pressure (noon) ... 30.50 S 24 hours ending 5 p.m. ............... 0.00” Month to date ............................. 0.46” Normal month to date ............... 1.65” Year to date ............................... 19.01” Normal year to date ................. 16.43”

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New Nov 22

First Nov 29


Full Dec 6

7:16 a.m. 4:30 p.m. 1:02 a.m. 1:49 p.m.

Last Dec 14

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27/15/pc 33/18/pc 26/9/pc

50/32/s 30/11/s 40/24/s 41/20/s 49/31/s 43/27/s

52/35/c 35/19/pc 45/30/c 46/24/pc 52/36/pc 44/30/c

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Tomorrow Hi/Lo/W 41/32/sn 45/25/s 37/17/s 39/29/c 57/24/r 61/34/r 52/22/pc 53/27/r 51/23/c 33/21/c 49/22/r 27/15/pc 51/38/r 37/23/sn 39/32/sn 77/36/r 41/19/sf 61/26/r 30/15/pc 24/13/sf 34/10/sn 35/14/sn 35/12/sn 44/25/s 32/14/c 20/7/sf 34/17/sf 51/30/s 30/12/sn 23/8/pc 15/3/sf 84/63/pc 67/47/pc 29/17/sf 58/25/r 44/34/r 84/72/s 51/25/pc 26/11/pc


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Redding 63/42

Roseburg Salem Montana Butte Great Falls Missoula Alaska Anchorage

50/33/s 41/23/s

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Tomorrow Hi/Lo/W 46/21/c 23/9/c 45/20/r 60/41/s 40/20/c 77/54/s 36/14/sn 41/20/s 38/20/c 85/71/pc 23/12/sf 19/4/sf 55/24/r 57/24/r 54/33/r 52/32/r 49/33/r 71/39/r 66/45/pc 36/18/s 18/2/c 85/56/c 74/50/s 55/33/r 71/47/s 38/13/sn 46/35/r 44/30/c 53/37/r


Barrow 24/18/pc Fairbanks 14/7/s Juneau 38/28/c British Columbia Chilliwack 47/31/s Kelowna 31/10/s Vancouver 45/31/s Victoria 46/31/s City

Today Hi/Lo/W Raleigh 51/42/c Rapid City 22/-1/pc Reno 42/20/s Richmond 53/42/c Sacramento 65/39/s St. Louis 40/20/sn St. Petersburg 79/65/pc Salt Lake City 30/16/pc San Antonio 64/35/c San Diego 75/53/pc San Francisco 66/49/s San Jose 64/44/s Stockton 64/40/s Syracuse 43/33/c Tallahassee 72/58/pc Tampa 80/66/pc Tempe 72/44/pc Topeka 30/14/pc Tucson 69/42/pc Tulsa 31/19/sn Washington, DC 51/43/c Wichita 31/15/sn Winston-Salem 51/41/c Yuma 70/48/pc

22/13/pc 23/8/pc 40/28/c 53/38/c 36/19/pc 47/35/c 48/33/c Tomorrow Hi/Lo/W 68/28/r 16/0/pc 51/27/pc 64/30/r 66/42/pc 29/15/pc 79/51/sh 36/19/s 54/28/pc 76/55/s 68/51/pc 68/47/pc 67/43/pc 40/27/sn 72/33/r 80/49/sh 70/45/s 25/8/s 70/42/s 33/14/s 55/31/r 30/10/s 55/25/r 69/49/s

Weather(W): s-sunny, pc-partly cloudy, c-cloudy, sh-showers, t-thunderstorms, r-rain, sf-snow flurries, sn-snow, i-ice.

National Extremes (for the 48 contiguous states) High: Yuma, AZ ................................ 82 Low: Butte, MT ................................ -18

Shown are noon positions of weather systems and precipitation. Temperature bands are highs for the day.



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From page C9

So maybe it’s not a surprise that after reinventing himself at USC, one of Carroll’s go-to mantras became, “It’s not how you start; it’s how you finish.” While fine-tuning his coaching philosophy in the college ranks, Carroll built teams that, almost without exception, got better as the season went on. That’s a trend that has continued with the Seahawks since Carroll’s second year in Seattle. There are many theories for why Carroll’s teams tend to improve as the year goes on, but regardless of which one you subscribe to, it’s hard to argue with the numbers. Carroll’s USC teams tended to be very good all season long, but they still got better late, going 44-10 in the first half of the season from 2001-2009, and 53-9 in the second half and bowl games. That trend has continued in Seattle, with Carroll’s teams going 17-15 in the first half from 2010-2013, and 24-13 in the second half and postseason. So while the Seahawks haven’t been as dominant this season as most were expecting, and even though the schedule is brutal down the stretch, beginning with Sunday’s game at Kansas City, there’s reason to believe the Seahawks will finish strong. “He does a great job of feeling out the players, knowing when we’re hurting, when we need time to recover, when we need more time to rest,” said receiver Doug Baldwin, who also played against Carrollcoached teams in college. “He does a great job of listening to us and helping us out with that, then he also pushes us when we need to be pushed. He’s got a good equation for that, a good process that maximizes our efforts down the stretch.” Carroll believes his teams’ strong finishes are tied to something that happens earlier in the season. One of his changes in coaching philosophy that occurred at USC was that he became open to the idea of playing freshmen. Like a lot of coaches, Carroll used to subscribe to the belief that rookies in the NFL and freshmen in college weren’t ready to play, but with the Trojans he began opening up the competition

“and we can do better. We can improve. “It sounds like there are a lot of people that are real concerned about our passing game, I’m concerned that we run the football and keep adding that factor to our style of play. “And we like it, so we’re going to keep going.” Seahawks’ play caller Darrell Bevell spent September into October unwrapping the renewed, supersonic toy they had in the finally healthy Percy Harvin. The first six games were centered around getting Harvin the ball on bubble screen, hitch routes and fly sweeps. After Seattle stunningly traded Harvin for insubordination Oct. 17, the offense spent two games trying to find a new center. It was leaning toward more of the run with Lynch, but the loss at St. Louis and the rally past Carolina lacked a full commitment to it. But the last two games, Oakland and New York, Bevell has called season highs of 38 and then 45 running plays — to team-record results. It’s the approach that won the Seahawks the franchise’s only Super Bowl nine months ago. “We’ve been in a mode where it’s been really focused in on the running game, trying to make sure that we get that done and it’s worked out. I think it’s helped us,” Carroll said. “I think we’re more like we’ve been.” Wilson’s two interceptions last weekend against New York give him 11 touchdowns and five interceptions this season. The interceptions have him on pace to finish with exactly the number of those he had last regular season, nine. He had 10 in his rookie regular season of 2012. But he’s on a career and


Seahawks cornerback Richard Sherman shakes hands with head coach Pete Carroll during warmups before last Sunday’s game against the New York Giants.

to everyone. That not only helped his teams get the best players on the field, it helped build depth when injuries inevitably would occur, and it would help those young players be ready when they had to step in in big moments as the season went along. This season, the Seahawks have had to lean on young players like Tharold Simon, Justin Britt, Marcus Burley, Brock Coyle, Kevin PierreLouis, Paul Richardson, Kevin Norwood and others. Now as the Seahawks slowly get healthier, their depth is that much better, and they’re that much better equipped to handle injuries should more occur down the stretch. “I’ve watched that, because going back, we have had tremendous success late in the season for all those years down in L.A., and I tried to figure out why, because we were really proud of it and it was a big staple in the program,” Carroll said. “We talked about it and anticipated it and all of that. We have seen pretty good finishes here too, so the only really concrete reason that I have is that we play so many young guys early that by the time we get to midseason those guys are regular players for us, and it’s helped our depth situation. “It has helped our roster as we get into the latter part of the season for two counts — one, that those guys are more ready to play as first-line players, and it’s also by the rotations; other guys have not had to play quite as much and they’re a bit stronger. We’re so committed to playing young players — it’s not a very

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concrete thought — but that’s one thing I know that we’ve done with intent and we’ve seen and felt that.” Another theory for the lateseason success of Carroll’s teams is that they don’t change who they are when the stakes are raised. Sure these upcoming games against the Cardinals and 49ers might determine who wins the NFC West, but if a team can, as Carroll preaches, treat every week like a championship week, players are less likely to be over-hyped or nervous or whatever else can lead to a poor performance when it matters most. “I think it’s just our routine,” said linebacker Malcolm Smith, who also played for Carroll at USC. “We don’t really change throughout the year. We’re not changing based on the team we’re playing as far as our practice schedule. We just continue to get better at the fundamentals, the simple stuff we focus on — the turnovers, the tackling. Some teams might get away, they might get out of practice, they might not do tackling drills anymore, we still do all that stuff. So I just think it’s the routine.” Whatever the reason, be it the team’s routine, its commitment to playing young players or Carroll’s ability to gauge when his players need rest and when they need to be pushed, it’s hard to argue with the results. Almost without fail since he reinvented himself at USC, Carroll’s teams finish strong, which is very encouraging news for a team that’s about to start a daunting stretch of games to close out the season. Herald Columnist John Boyle:

near-NFL-record rushing pace for a quarterback. His 500 yards on the ground would make him the leading rusher on 18 of the league’s 32 teams. He is 539 yards from the Michael Vick’s 2006 record for yards rushing by a quarterback. The Giants played “soft,” far off the line in deeper pass coverage outside, for much of last weekend’s game. That almost dared Bevell to call more runs for Lynch. Then, after the Giants began stuffing defenders between the tackles to combat No. 24 inside, Bevell had Wilson read those looks on read-option runs outside for many of his 107 yards rushing that, for a change, weren’t mostly off scrambles because his pass protection failed. Those fretting over Wilson’s passing are likely to see more running on Sunday at Kansas City. The Chiefs have the league’s No. 1 pass defense, with Justin Houston’s 12 sacks in nine games. Houston is just off the pace of tying Michael Strahan’s NFL single-season record of 221⁄2 sacks from 2001. Houston’s fellow outside linebacker Tamba Hali has four sacks. “Knowing where those guys are, Hali and Houston, you got to know,” Wilson said. “They’re great football players, some of the best guys in the league. We’re going to have to do a great job of slowing them down.” The running game can do that. As for Wilson speeding up his passing game that had a 70-percent completion rate just over a month ago, Seattle’s quarterback thinks that — and an offensive uprising — are on their way. “I believe once I get back in my groove, which hopefully will happen this week, I think it’s going to be really hard to stop us,” Wilson said, “because of how our defense is playing, how Marshawn is running.”

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Six-year-old Stephen Klesick hitches a ride with his father, Tristan Klesick, during the harvest of delicata squash on the family’s farm near Stanwood one morning in 2013.

Conference offers the latest in technology, marketing and information to help farmers and those who would be By Gale Fiege


landscape architecture program at the Davis campus of the University of California, plans to talk about “Farming in the Bioregion: Nature, Place and Community.” His idea is that regionally-based agriculture has potential to help communities work together. In the evening, Susie Oberdahlhoff, a self-described “city-born preacher’s kid turned farm wife,” plans to offer “Kids, crops, sows and cows: Life happens, learn to bounce.” The comedic presentation is sure to resonate with those in the audience trying to juggle farm life with relationships, parenting and everyday commitments, Neunzig said. This year’s keynote speaker is Fred Kirschenmann from the Leopold Center for Sustainable Fred Agriculture at Iowa State Kirschenmann University and Stone Barns Center for Food and Agriculture. His previous appointments include tenure on the USDA’s National Organic Standards Board and National Commission on Industrial Farm Animal Production.

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nohomish County’s one-day Focus On Farming conference on Thursday isn’t just for farmers. Interested in growing medicinal herbs, making hard cider, using organic seeds, raising native plants or helping build up the local food economy? Lots of good discussion is planned. But the conference is directed at regional farmers, who will pack the event to learn about such topics as getting local meat to local markets, growing and malting new grain varieties, grafting vegetables and strengthening the state’s food systems. The conference also offers regulatory, business and technical help to farmers. Conference participants can choose from 24 agriculture information workshops presented by experts. This year’s trade show offers farmers and those interested in local food production a look at the latest equipment models, samples and demonstrations. A highlight will be the conference speakers, said the county’s agriculture coordinator Linda Neunzig, a farmer herself. Robert Thayer, the founder of the

Kirschenmann still owns his family’s 1,800-acre farm in south central North Dakota — a farm that was certified organic in 1976 and has been featured in National Geographic, Business Week and Gourmet magazines. His presentation Thursday is “Anticipating Future Food and Farming Challenges: Opportunities for Beginning Farmers.” The end of cheap energy, the depletion of water resources and changes in the climate will present challenges to farming and food production, Kirschenmann said. “At the same time they will create some opportunities to reinvent our food system, provide new opportunities for beginning farmers and improve the quality of food and health,” he said. “Reinventing the food system of the future will be something we all have to do together.” Kirschenmann sees more young people going into niche farming and he wants to encourage that. “Young people who used to leave the farm are now staying or coming back to the farm,” he said. “There is a viable future.” Born in the family farmhouse, Kirschenmann learned to drive a tractor at age 7

If you go What: Focus on Farming — Back to the Farm When: 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. Nov. 20 Where: Evergreen State Fairgrounds, 14405 179th Ave. SE, Monroe. Cost: $60 if you register by Nov. 17, $65 at the door, $30 for college students, $15 for youth. More information: www.focusonfarming. org.

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Digital cocktails: shaker, app in sync

’Tis the season to be sweater tacky

Clix: chips off some new blocks

Making the perfect cocktail is serious business — it requires precision, the right tools and a tested recipe. But the makers of the B4RM4N, a new smart cocktail shaker, are hoping their invention is all you’ll need to become a skilled bartender. The B4RM4N works by syncing with an app on your smartphone that’s loaded with hundreds of recipes for popular cocktails. Choose your cocktail and how many people will be drinking. The app then gives you the recipe. The shaker uses LED lights that light up to tell you when to stop pouring. The company behind the B4RM4N is looking to raise $100,000 with a Kickstarter campaign. — Jenn Harris, Los Angeles Times

Sure, it’s fun to get all slinky, but it’s pure joy to get decked out in an ugly sweater. It’s just plain wrong what can be knitted into a sweater: snowflakes, pom-poms, wreaths, bows, bulbs, gingerbread men, jingle bells, reindeer, puppies. The more obnoxious colors, the better. Show off your hideous in The Herald Ugly Sweater Contest. Send us a selfie of your seriously ugly sweater. These will be published at and in Good Life a few days before Christmas. The best worst sweater wins a prize. Email photos to or tweet them to @reporterbrown.

When it comes to toys, building systems are a great family activity. They appeal to kids of all ages, and they’re wonderful for developing hand-eye coordination, problem-solving and other skills. Color Clix is one of the most innovative systems we’ve seen in a long time. The pieces are colorful, sturdy, and come in a number of shapes that snap together in configurations that can mimic the structure of atoms, crystals, and DNA molecules. You can use them to build pretty much anything. Kits come with an “Imagination Guide” with 14 project suggestions to get you going. Price ranges from $14.50-$34. Information: — Herald news services

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Scanning the radio airwaves for safe sounds O ne of the great joys of driving is listening to the radio. But when you have young kids in the backseat, which station you choose can be tricky because of bad words, scary news stories and off-color DJ humor. KPLU 88.5 is the perfect example. I love NPR and listen to it whenever I can — but not when my 5-yearold is in the car. I don’t want her to hear about atrocities in Iraq or other horrors because she could get nightmares. Jazz is much easier on little ears. Classical music on King 98.1 is also a safe bet. This is known as “Number 1 Music” in our car due to its preset. My daughter is a real King FM snob, because that’s all she wants to listen to. “Turn on number 1!” Weekend drives are always made better when our family listens to “The Score,” which features great music from movies. I’m a life-long fan of country music, but I save that for alone time too. These days country music seems to have a lot more bad words in it than it used to. Plus I heard one of our local DJs make a joke about President Obama selling crack, and that was enough for me to deprogram that station from my presets forever. If you want to mock Clinton smoking pot or Bush snorting cocaine, that’s fair game. I can explain that to my kids — with difficulty. But saying our first African American president is a drug dealer because he’s black is really off base. My kids don’t need to listen to racist jokes on the way to school, and neither do I. Two DJs who will never say something PG-13 are Steve and Amy from Spirit 105.3. The kids and I love to

Jennifer barDsley I BRAKE FOR MOMS guess their Secret Sound, which pretty much always sounds like a stapler to me. But of course, Christian music isn’t for everyone. My 9-year-old’s favorite station is The Mountain 103.7, which is unfortunately no longer on the airwaves. I suppose there’s some way to figure out how to listen to The Mountain on my phone, but I haven’t discovered how to do that yet. Luckily, 107.7 The End plays similar music, so that station fills the void. Every time they talk about their two-minute advertising promise, my kids are really impressed. “Wow,” my daughter will say. “Only two minutes of commercials. That’s really short.” I’m not sure where her awe comes from because I always switch stations during adds anyway. What’s my favorite station? Well, now I feel lame. Actually I am extremely ashamed. Go ahead and judge me, America, because I deserve it. I’m a Canadian radio fan. Listening to Ocean 98.5 from Victoria makes me feel like I’m in a different country, even though I’m just driving to Fred Meyer. “Oh! It’s 10 degrees Celsius today. We better take our coats.” Listen carefully, kids. Maybe you’ll learn the metric system. Jennifer Bardsley is an Edmonds mom and blogs at

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Mia Groenig, 5, samples fresh strawberries in the U-Pick fields at Biringer Farm in Arlington last year.

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and the combine at 12. His father carved the farm out of the native prairie to grow wheat, oats and corn for silage. “During the dust bowl years of the Great Depression, my father was determined he was not going to let that happen to him. He knew it was important to take care of

the land,” Kirschenmann said. “He used conventional fertilizers and pesticides and then was concerned about worms disappearing from his soil. We went organic at a time when nobody else was doing that in the Midwest. The neighbors felt this was terrible and that I was going to ruin the farm. That was the start of our interest in sustainable agriculture.”

Kirschenmann knows a lot of food people across the country and he enjoys making connections. He introduced his friends Dan Barber and Steve Jones to each other. Jones is director of the Washington State University Northwestern Washington Research and Extension Center in Mount Vernon, where the WSU bread lab is encouraging regional farmers to

“authors next-Door”: Authors from Snohomish and Island counties are making appearances at “Authors next-door” events at Sno-Isle libraries in november. At these free events, people can talk with authors of a diverse range of genres, from children’s picture books to adult fiction and nonfiction. Books will be available for signing and purchase. Greg Bear, holly Cupala, Mindy hardwick, Roy Kindelberger, Craig Orback, Bernadette Pajer, dan Richards and trudi trueit speak at 2 p.m. nov. 16, Mukilteo library, 4675 harbour Pointe Blvd.

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J. Anderson Coats, Martin limon, Pat Pritchard, Carole Schaefer, lisa Souza, Mark Souza and dorine White speak at 6:30 p.m. nov. 19 at Stanwood library, 9701 271st St. nW.

a.r. Kahler: the author of “Martyr: the hunted Book One,” a dystopian fantasy, will speak and sign books at 7 p.m. nov. 20 at University Book Store, 15311 Main Street, Mill Creek. Free.

is the story of the University of Washington crew team who defeated nazi-Germany in the 1936 Olympics. the book has been hailed as an inspiring historical account and a riveting adventure.

“between the lines”: Edmonds Community College’s student-run literary and arts magazine is calling for submissions of creative writing and visual art through nov. 20 for

Daniel James brown: the author of “the Boys in the Boat” will read from and sign copies of his book at 7 p.m. nov. 21 at University Book Store, 15311 Main Street, Mill Creek. Free. this

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In 2013, a writer in Miami was writing about Cleveland’s own Bob Hope and said if you’re under 40, you’re probably wondering who he is. The writer said, “Hope was a movie star during your grandparents’ days that was known for his comedy films, entertaining American troops overseas with the USO, his many homes and his parade of extramarital affairs. He died back in 2003 at 100 years old.” Too short and too mean. But it’s cracks like that that make Richard Zoglin’s new book “Hope: Entertainer of the Century” important. Zoglin tells a far more compelling story than can be found in some tossed-off snark. — Rich Heldenfels, Akron Beacon Journal

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Europe’s war museums offer a different view

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In countries where battles raged, less glorification, more examination

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n honor of Veterans Day, I’ve been thinking back to my recent stay in the Rhineland. A monument below my hotel window remembering Germany’s war dead still had an unused panel. My hunch is that it’ll never be used. Germany, mighty today without the help of its military, has a profound distaste for war. Like so many nations, it rose by the sword ... and then fell. All over Europe, there is little stomach for war. The motto of one military museum I visited in Vienna says it all: “War is something for museums.” And many European countries have followed thiis advice — creating fascinating exhibits about their military heritage. For some, visiting military museums is the highlight of a European trip. For others, “military plus museum” equals “dull.” But you don’t need to know how a Jeep works to enjoy the ride. Even if you’re not a veteran or war buff, here are four national military museums that are worth a look. Imperial War Museum (London): This impressive museum covers wars from the last century to the present. Exhibits range from WWI biplanes, to the rise of fascism, to Montgomery’s Africa campaign, to the Cold War, the Cuban Missile Crisis, The Troubles in

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Belgium’s military museum in Brussels has a vast aviation hall filled with WWI biplanes, WWII aircraft, and even a Soviet MiG fighter.

RIck sTeVes Northern Ireland, the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan and terrorism. The highlights are the new World War I galleries (renovated to commemorate the 100year anniversary of that conflict) and the World War II area with its “Secret War” section and Holocaust exhibit. Rather than glorify war, this museum encourages an understanding of the history of modern warfare and the wartime experience, including the effect it has on the everyday lives of people back home. Army Museum (Paris): Europe’s greatest military museum is in France. The Army Museum in Paris’ Hotel des Invalides provides comprehensive coverage of many conflicts. See medieval armor, Napoleon’s horse stuffed and mounted, Louis XIVera uniforms and weapons and the sword of the Marquis de Lafayette. Walk chronologically through World War I displays on trench warfare, France’s horrendous losses, and the

flawed Treaty of Versailles that led to the next war. The World War II rooms use photos, maps, videos, and a few artifacts to trace the Blitzkrieg that overran France, D-Day battles, the concentration camps, the atomic bomb and the eventual Allied victory. Royal Museum of the Armed Forces and Military History (Brussels): This surprisingly complete museum made me want to watch my favorite war movies all over again. It’s an enormous collection of weaponry, uniforms, tanks, warplanes, and endless exhibits about military history, focusing on the 19th and 20th centuries. The grand finale is the vast (and I mean vast) aviation hall filled with warplanes. You’ll see WWI biplanes and WWII aircraft, plus a Soviet MiG fighter (with camouflage paint) that crashed in Belgium in 1989 (one of the last airspace violations of the Cold War). It is nirvana for fans of military history and aviation, but skippable for those who think “panzer” is a pretty flower. Museum of Military History (Vienna): While much of the Habsburg Empire

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was built on strategic marriages rather than the spoils of war, a big part of Habsburg history involves the military. And this huge place tells the story well. Its two floors hold a rich collection of artifacts and historic treasures going back to the 18th century. The particularly interesting 20th century section includes exhibits devoted to the 1914 assassination of Archduke Franz Ferdinand in Sarajevo (you’ll see the car he rode in and his blood-stained uniform), the pre-Hitler Austrian Fascist party, the 1938 annexation by Germany and World War II. While these museums honor the sacrifices of war, they never celebrate it. Europeans today prefer endless diplomacy to oncein-a-while war. Europe’s reluctance to go to war frustrates some Americans. I believe their relative pacifism is because Europeans know the reality of war, while most Americans do not. In the age of modern warfare, no American city has ever been wiped out like Coventry, Dresden, Caen, Rotterdam, or Warsaw. It’s easier to feel

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detached when a war is something you watch on the nightly news, rather than something that killed your grandfather or destroyed your hometown. After World War II, in the rubble of a bombed-out continent, Euro-visionaries assembled and agreed that they needed to overcome the havoc that they were bringing upon themselves every couple of generations. Their solution was the European Union. It’s been a tough sell, but in weaving together the economies of former enemies like France and Germany, everyone has become so interconnected that Europe should never again suffer such devastation. Minimizing the possibility of an intra-European war is the triumph of the EU. Europe knows what war is: It ripped itself to shreds twice within my grandparents’ lifetime. It’s no surprise that while preserving the past, these museums also shout, “Never again.” Rick Steves, www., writes guidebooks and hosts travel shows on public television and public radio.

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Line must be drawn for functional alcoholic wife Dear Carolyn: I understand what you often say with regard to always disapproving of your partner’s habits. But, what if your wife is a functional alcoholic? She drinks bottles of vodka every week (the jug bottles) and is drunk and passed out six nights out of seven. Guess what? I disapprove and I let her know it. We have three small kids so it’s not like I’m going anywhere. So what am I supposed to do? I’m not going to tell her it’s OK. I’m not going to leave. So I tell her it’s wrong and it falls on deaf ears. I don’t harangue her about it. But when she complains about not being able to get up or always being tired (or

CAROLYN HAX TELL ME ABOUT IT whatever else), I am more than happy to remind her about the eight shots she did last night. She drinks alone, by the way. I used to drink but she ruined it for me. I’m sure I sound disapproving and bitter but if your significant other were falling-down drunk and slurring their words six nights out of seven, you

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might feel the same. — Drinker’s Partner Wait — what? “It’s not like I’m going anywhere”?! There has always been a certain-harm exception to my advice to account for abuse and untreated addiction. You’re living one of those exceptions, and it’s time to do a lot more than throw words at deaf ears then accept your defeat. You can’t save her unless she agrees to save herself, but you can save your children. You must insist: She either abuses alcohol or lives with you and the kids, but not both. I would probably feel the same as you do, yes — disapproving and bitter — but I’d need to shake

that off. An alcoholic is ill, and your kids are getting exposed to your wife’s illness at great risk to their own health. You are, too; it’s in your word choice. Don’t falling down and passing out take the functional out of “functional alcoholic”? Please start by calling the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration hotline: 1-800-662-HELP (4357). I also recommend consulting with a family attorney, because ensuring the kids’ safety through this process is paramount. You don’t want them in the sole care of someone getting her judgment from a shot glass. And, don’t forget selfcare; the hotline will have

resources for you, too. You must act decisively, carefully, now. Dear Carolyn: When Dad is asked for adult daughter’s hand in marriage, does Dad just give his blessing or does Dad grill prospective groom? — Anonymous I sincerely hope Dad says, “That’s entirely up to her.” There is nothing sweet about a “tradition” that has two men who are not her employers or parole officers negotiating the terms by which an adult woman will live. Stake, find the heart of this vampire, please. Washington Post Writers Group

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n the 10-plus year history of the starwatch column, I’ve rattled off distances to many stars and galaxies. The distances are so far that the miles are too cumbersome to express. Light years do a better job because the numbers are smaller and you’re reminded of just how long it takes for the light from the stars to reach your eyes. All light travels at the speed of 186,300 miles per second, and a light year is defined as the distance that light travels at that speed in one year. There is close to 31.5 million seconds in a year, making it approximately 5.8 trillion miles for one light year. So if you see a star tonight that’s 70 light years away, which is a typical distance for a star you can see with the naked eye, that would equate to about 406 trillion miles. Also by definition, since it’s 70 light years away the light we see from that star tonight left that star 70 years ago, so what we see is that star as it looked in 1944. So how do astronomers know how far away these stars are? For stars that are less than about 2,000 light years from Earth, you use the stellar parallax method for determining distance. You take a picture of a star when the Earth is on one side of the sun in its orbit and take another picture six months later when the Earth is on the other side of the sun. If the star is not too distant, you’ll see it shift a tiny bit against the background stars. This process comes down to simple high school trigonometry. The shifting of the star against the

background stars creates what’s called a parallax angle. Using the simple geometry rule that opposite angles are equal, you can make a triangle between the Earth, sun and the star. You take the parallax angle and cut it in half. Since you know what that angle is and you know the length of one side of the triangle it’s simple trig. The distance x (to the star) = 93,000,000 miles divided by the tangent of the parallax angle. As simple as the math is the practice of measuring that parallax angle is very difficult and you’re also making assumptions. You’re assuming that the background stars you are using to measure the stellar parallax angle are stationary. In reality they may be shifting as well. Measuring the distance to stars using stellar parallax is also extremely difficult from the Earth’s surface because you have to put up with our blurring atmosphere. That’s why the Hipparchos satellite was launched in 1989 to measure the stellar parallax and distances to hundreds of stars. Despite its success, the satellite’s accuracy falls off with smaller parallax angles and larger stellar distances past 500 light years. Stars beyond that require another method. That method uses the famous Hertzsprung-Russel diagram. It was developed in the early 1900s by Ejnar Hertzsprung of Holland and Henry Norris Russel of the United States. They studied the spectrums of thousands of stars, which are like fingerprints. If you take star light and send it through a spectrograph, you can spread


Happy Birthday: Keep everything simple, even if everyone around you is pushing you to be extravagant and outgoing. It’s your moderation and good common sense that will lead to the success you are looking for. Your numbers are 5, 10, 16, 24, 29, 34, 46. ARIES (March 21-April 19): Take time to update your plans and engage in an activity that will boost your morale. Socializing will bring about an interesting new connection that will raise uncertainty regarding your past and future.★★★ TAURUS (April 20-May 20): Don’t go overboard. Making last-minute changes or signing up for something that is over budget will add unwanted stress when you need to pay your bills. ★★★★ GEMINI (May 21-June 20): Becoming a slave to your bottom line will not bring you joy and happiness. Make changes that allow you greater financial freedom to do the things that bring you satisfaction. ★★ CANCER (June 21-July 22): Sign up for an event or activity that will inspire you to put your talents to use. Sharing your ideas and engaging in pastimes with people who have similar interests will lead to a wonderful friendship. ★★★★ LEO (July 23-Aug. 22): Escapist tendencies will lead to indulgences and financial disarray if you aren’t careful. You are best to stick to what you know and do best. ★★★ VIRGO (Aug. 23-Sept. 22): Get involved in your community as a volunteer or resource. Make plans with a friend or family member to do something that will bring you knowledge and wisdom regarding future prospects. ★★★ LIBRA (Sept. 23-Oct. 22): Good fortune will come to you if you put your talents to work. You are best to accept the inevitable, so cut your losses and head in a direction that looks promising. ★★★ SCORPIO (Oct. 23-Nov. 21): Make positive alterations at home. Set a space aside that will ensure greater productivity regarding personal projects. Invest in yourself and what you believe in. ★★★★ SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 22-Dec. 21): Question your situation if something isn’t working for you. It may be time to change your living arrangements or to make a move that will lead to greater opportunities. ★★ CAPRICORN (Dec. 22-Jan. 19): Explain what you are trying to accomplish and you will get the help you need to reach your goals. There is money to be made if you go through the proper channels. ★★★★★ AQUARIUS (Jan. 20-Feb. 18): Avoid interaction with people who are pushy or hypersensitive. Too much of anything will not bode well in the end, so try to keep your plans as conservative as possible. ★★★ PISCES (Feb. 19-March 20): A service you want to provide will excite a potential collaborator, investor or client. No matter how well you get along with others, get all agreements signed in advance. ★★★

STARWATCH | Mike Lynch

NEW YORK TIMES CROSSWORD PUZZLE ACROSS 1 Extremely attractive bodies 6 Bird found in this grid’s lower-right corner 13 Building material in Oz 18 Female surfer 19 Words from a Latin lover 20 Byproduct of petroleum refining 22 1996 Olympic tennis gold medalist 23 Suffer remorse 24 U.S.S.R.’s Brezhnev 25 Sharp 26 Side of a diner 28 Background color of a $100 bill 30 It might be stained 31 Hikers’ snacks 34 Facetious unit defined as the amount of beauty needed to launch one ship 36 Young musician? 37 Nail holder 39 Libby’s bagful 40 “That old” stuff of song 42 Sodium ___ (potato-chip flavoring) 46 World’s first national park 49 Dog’s plaint 50 Leading 52 Whitney who went to Yale, appropriately 54 Quaking ___


Body of water found in this grid’s upper-right corner 58 Lawn tool 60 Performing, say 62 Plagued 63 Vitamin used to fight Alzheimer’s 65 X contributor 66 Puts on eBay, say 68 “What a ___!” 69 “Methinks,” in forums 70 Instruments in the Beatles’ “Norwegian Wood” and “Within You Without You” 72 Hawaiian verandas 74 Prey for a cheetah 75 & 77 When combined into one word, national trivia championship, e.g. 78 Hardware-store or nursery purchase 79 Gels 80 Beverage found in this grid’s lowerleft corner 82 Ending with may 85 Injury found in this grid’s upperleft corner 87 Bereavement 88 Placeholder? 90 Prey of the Morlocks 91 Give the go-ahead 94 Relative of a panpipe 97 Common muffin flavor 101 Jai ___

102 Impersonal notes .?.?. or what four groups of this puzzle’s answers do (totaling 11 words) 104 “Mon ___!” 105 Josh 106 ___ 6 107 Fundamental 109 Unit named for a telephone pioneer 110 Crass 112 Substance in some signs 116 Inclined (to) 118 Eponymous Bloomer 119 Tranquil 120 Print up? 121 Owner of Columbia Pictures 122 Baby bird? 123 Super-rare occurrence DOWN 1 Helga’s “horrible” husband 2 Butler’s maiden name? 3 Banning from future work 4 Nitrogen symbols 5 Earth-shattering, maybe 6 Quaint way of sending documents 7 Lerner’s partner on Broadway 8 Beehive Stater 9 Long, narrow fish 10 Insult 11 Centuries-old instrument 12 Peak performance? 13 Lily-livered sorts

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Course: Abbr. “Fingers crossed!” Illusory sight on Mars Robotic dog on “Doctor Who Bit of power Paradise lost in “Paradise Lost” Rapper ___ Wayne View from Neuch-tel What you might bow your head to receive Like some wineglasses Have good intentions Sunburn preventer, maybe Idle “Koala bear,” e.g. Modern purveyor of Scrabble and Monopoly “___ we done here?” Who said, “I can’t prove it, but I can say it” Trial site Pittsburgh-toWilkes-Barre dir. Honeymoon attire 110, to Bilbo Baggins Sports star with size 18 shoes “Ginger ___” (1952 Newbery winner) Bill “NO!” End of the Bible? Scottish negatives Some ovines Director Guillermo ___ Toro

out the various wavelengths that make up that light and learn much about a star. From these rainbow-like displays you can see signatures of different chemical elements, temperature and much more. Hertzsprung and Russel found a definite relationship between the spectral type of a star and its luminosity, which is the amount of light a star produces. They found that most stars could be put on a graph and fit along a curve. The beauty of this is that by just getting the spectrum of a star you could determine its luminosity. Once you know the luminosity, figuring out the distance is an easy math equation using the very simple inverse-square law of light. For really distant stars, Cepheid variable stars are used. This was a huge discovery made by Henrietta Leavitt early in the last century at Harvard University. She studied thousands of variable stars, stars that vary in brightness over a period of a few hours to hundreds of days. In all of her observations she discovered that the variable stars called Cepheids were extremely regular and extremely bright, shining 500 to 10,000 times the sun’s luminosity. They varied in brightness due to cycle changes within the star. Mike Lynch is an amateur astronomer and professional broadcast meteorologist and is author of the book, “Stars, a Month by Month Tour of the Constellations” published by Adventure Publications available at bookstores at http://www.

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The Daily Herald Sunday, 11.16.2014 D5

TODAY IN HISTORY Today is Sunday, Nov. 16, the 320th day of 2014. There are 45 days left in the year. Today’s highlight: On Nov. 16, 1914, the newly created Federal Reserve Banks opened in 12 cities. On this date: In 1776, British troops captured Fort Washington in New York during the American Revolution. In 1885, Canadian rebel leader Louis Riel was executed for high treason. In 1907, Oklahoma became the 46th state of the union. In 1917, Georges Clemenceau again became prime minister of France. In 1933, the United States and the Soviet Union established diplomatic relations. In 1939, mob boss Al Capone, ill with syphilis, was released from prison after serving 7 1/2 years for tax evasion and failure to file tax returns. In 1946, the United Nations

Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) was founded at the conclusion of a conference in London. In 1959, the Rodgers and Hammerstein musical “The Sound of Music” opened on Broadway. In 1960, Academy Awardwinning actor Clark Gable died in Los Angeles at age 59. In 1966, Dr. Samuel H. Sheppard was acquitted in his second trial of murdering his pregnant wife, Marilyn, in 1954. In 1973, Skylab 4, carrying a crew of three astronauts, was launched from Cape Canaveral on an 84-day mission. In 1989, six Jesuit priests, a housekeeper and her daughter were slain by army troops at the University of Central America Jose Simeon Canas in El Salvador. Ten years ago: President George W. Bush picked Na-

tional Security Adviser Condoleezza Rice to be his new secretary of state, succeeding Colin Powell. Al-Jazeera television said it had received a video showing a hooded militant shooting a blindfolded woman in the head; it’s believed the woman was kidnapped British aid worker Margaret Hassan. Sunni Muslims in Iraq expressed anger over videotape showing the fatal shooting of a wounded and apparently unarmed man in a Fallujah mosque by a U.S. Marine. (The Marine Corps decided not to court-martial the unidentified corporal.) Today’s birthdays: Actor Clu Gulager is 86. Journalist Elizabeth Drew is 79. Blues musician W.C. Clark is 75. Actress Joanna Pettet is 72. Actor Steve Railsback is 69. Actor David Leisure is 64. Actor Miguel Sandoval is 63. Actress Marg Helgenberger is 56. Rock musician Mani is

52. Country singer-musician Keith Burns (Trick Pony) is 51. Tennis player Zina Garrison is 51. Former MLB AllStar pitcher Dwight Gooden is 50. Jazz singer Diana Krall is 50. Actor Harry Lennix is 50. Rock musician Dave Kushner (Velvet Revolver) is 48. Actress Lisa Bonet is 47. Actress Tammy Lauren is 46. Rhythm-and-blues singer Bryan Abrams (Color Me Badd) is 45. Actress Martha Plimpton is 44. Actor Michael Irby is 42. Actress Missi Pyle is 42. Olympic gold medal figure skater Oksana Baiul is 37. Actress Maggie Gyllenhaal is 37. Pop singer Trevor Penick is 35. NBA player Amare Stoudemire is 32. Thought for today: “History is a gallery of pictures in which there are few originals and many copies.” — Alexis de Tocqueville, French historian (1805-1859).

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50 years ago (1964) Members of Everett Kiwanis Club were treated to a demonstration of gymnastics by the Everett High School gym team. Demonstrating the side horse were Steve Eadie and Buck Olsen. A new comic strip with a “way out” sense of humor began today in The Herald. Called “Wayout,” it was written by Ken Muse, a new kind of cartoonist who worked from a light box instead of a drawing board, a method he picked up from animating figures for television. It was just his art alone; his humor was unusual. 25 years ago (1989) Selecting food for the Vol-

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unteers of America food bank at Olson’s Foods were Jeff Wyson, of Everett; Kenyon Martin, of Edmonds; local actress IvyAnn Schwan, who had a supporting role in “Parenthood;” and actor Tony Romano, a regular on the CBS series “Wiseguy.” Osey C. Helton, of Darrington, wanted to become the state’s first bonafide moonshine dealer with his “Ma and Pa Helton’s Spring Water Moonshine Whiskey.” A transplant from North Carolina’s hill country, Helton said there probably wasn’t a similar distillery west of the Mississippi. By Jack O’Donnell from Herald archives at the Everett Public Library.















EARTHWEEK A Diary Of The Planet | By Steve Newman Oil sands tragedy Canada’s oil sands industry is under fire for the deaths of 122 waterfowl that had landed in three companies’ tailings ponds, where waste from oil extraction is dumped. Syncrude said many of the birds that landed at its Mildred Lake site in east-central Alberta had to be euthanized, and cited extreme fog as a leading factor in the tragedy. It claims its waterfowl deterrence system was operating at the time. That company was earlier fined $3 million for the deaths of more than 1,600 ducks that landed on one of its tailings ponds in 2008. Regulators say oil sands operators are required to operate bird deterrents, like noise cannons, to scare wildlife from toxic areas. Oil sands mining creates a slurry of toxic substances that include bitumen, toluene, heavy metals and other chemicals harmful or fatal to birds. Mike Hudema of Greenpeace Canada says the deterrence systems just aren’t enough. “The only way to keep birds and animals safe in, really, what is a toxic brew of chemicals is to get these tailings ponds off the Alberta landscape,” Hudema told the industry news service Oilprice.

Groundwater warming Climate change over the past 40 years has raised the temperature of water in the ground from the surface down to about 200 feet, according to a new long-term study of groundwater flows in Western Europe. Measurements taken around the German cities of Cologne and Karlsruhe during that period reveal the groundwater warmed significantly, following the warming pattern of the local and regional climate. “Global warming is reflected directly in the groundwater, albeit damped and with a certain time lag,” said Peter Bayer, senior assistant at ETH Zurich’s Geological Institute.

Lava destruction The creeping lava flow from Hawaii’s Kilauea volcano claimed its first home, igniting the structure as its residents watched nearby. The home in Pahoa was






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evacuated long before a finger of lava from the main flow arrived. The leading edge of the lava, which can reach temperatures of more than 2,000 degrees Fahrenheit, later pushed through a fence surrounding the community’s waste and recycling center. A storage shed and a cattle-feeding shelter have also burned.

Earthquakes A sharp quake caused minor damage near the epicenter in southern Kansas.It was widely felt. • Earth movements were also felt in Britain’s Channel Islands, southeastern Philippines, Tokyo, Hawaii’s Kona Coast, Greece’s Gulf of Corinth, northern Chile and the San Francisco Bay Area.

Malodorous Moscow The entire Russian capital became enveloped in the foul smell of sulfur, hydrogen sulfide and oil products, prompting at least one resident to ask if the gates of hell had opened up beneath Moscow. A thick fog accompanied the stink, which seeped into apartments, offices, stores and even the underground metro. Officials in the emergencies ministry said faulty air filters at a refinery in southeastern Moscow were responsible for the stench. But state-controlled Gazprom, which operates the refinery,

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denied the claim. Air in southwestern Moscow briefly contained 2.5 times the maximum permissible levels of styrene, a toxic and mutation-causing chemical used for polymer production, according to city-run watchdog MosEcoMonitoring.

Sonar jamming Researchers studying the sonic connection between bats and their insect prey found that at least one species of the flying mammals can use its sonar echolocation to confuse other bats targeting the same meal. A University of Maryland scientist studying how a particular moth is able to jam the sonar of big brown bats by making ultrasonic clicks when being hunted also found that other bats make sonar-jamming sounds. In follow-up research, William Conner of Wake Forest recorded Mexican freetailed bats generating high-frequency interference to gain the upper hand in hunting. “They use it at the moment of truth, when the hunter is zeroing in on its prey,” Conner says. He adds that the bats get into “amazing aerial dogfights” where “one will jam the other and the other will jam back.” Distributed by: Universal Uclick © MMXIV Earth Environment Service

Issue in relationship: Underwear preference Dear Abby: I’m a 50-year-old man in a relationship with a woman who is 42. She says I need to trade in my briefs for boxer shorts because they are outdated and “nobody wears those” anymore. She also told me only 9-year-old boys wear tighty whities and they are a turn-off. I have always worn flyfront briefs. I don’t like boxers because I find them uncomfortable. What can I do to fix this problem? She will not look at it from my perspective. — Likes It Brief In Florida Dear Likes It Brief: Really? If you allow this woman to dictate what kind of underwear you wear now, she’ll be wearing the pants during your entire relationship if you stay with her. Tell her once and for all that if wearing boxers is so important to her, she should buy herself a pair. Dear Abby: I think my sister “Gladys” is a lesbian. And I don’t know how to approach her to ask. I think she’s a lesbian because at 44 she has never been married. She hasn’t even had a boyfriend since 1998. She still lives with our parents and acts like she’s daddy’s little girl. She does everything with Dad, and Mom usually stays home. My sister is an RN and has only one friend from the hospital where she works. Of course, that friend is a woman. How can I ask my sister if she prefers women and why she is still alone at her age? — Big Brother In California Dear Big Brother: I would caution you against doing that. If you and your sister were close and she was gay, she would have said something to you by now. Not all women meet the right man, and not all women these days WANT to be married. It does not mean they are lesbians.

DEAR ABBY Your sister is gainfully employed, so the fact that she lives with your parents does not mean she’s financially exploiting them. That you would call her “daddy’s little girl” is pejorative and implies that you’re jealous of the relationship she has with your father, which is why I think you should MYOB. Dear Abby: I was invited to an event and sent back an RSVP. Two days before the event, I caught a cold. Because I had already accepted, I decided to go. When I arrived, I saw several people I knew. Each of them tried to hug me, but I told them I had a cold and thought it best not to get too close. All but one recoiled and turned away from me. I sat at a separate table so as not to infect anyone. Although I thought I had done the right thing, I felt like I was being treated like a leper. Should I have stayed home, mentioned my cold or just behaved like “business as usual”? — “Typhoid Tina” In Florida Dear “Typhoid Tina”: When you realized that you had come down with a cold and might be contagious, you should have immediately contacted your host, declined the invitation and explained that you didn’t want to risk spreading it. That’s the considerate way to handle it, and it would have been appreciated. Contact Dear Abby at or P.O. Box 69440, Los Angeles, CA 90069. Universal Uclick

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Great Outdoors D6






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Ueli Kestenholz skis with a parachute in Switzerland as part of the latest Warren Miller film.


Get stoked for snow Celebrate unofficial start of ski season with Warren Miller film


ow old enough to collect Medicare, the Warren Miller snow film series occasionally has found it difficult to break new ground but on one issue it has snapped its old-school approach. Extreme skier Jess McMillan is on the “No Turning Back” poster, the first female skier to break that barrier. May there be more than one in the next 65 years. Warren Miller, credited with inventing the ski film with “Deep and Light,” hasn’t been part of the show, or the company, for a decade. What he captured from the beginning — the love of skiing, the adventure and the ski culture — lives in a 21st-century, adrenaline-fueled, technologypropelled package. “No Turning Back” may be the series’ best combination of extreme skiing, cinematography, production, interweaving of jawdropping shots with skiing and snowboarding scenes from early films, music, storytelling and showcasing personalities. The sweet introduction blends into Ingrid Backstrom’s and Jess McMillan’s trip to the Chugach Range in Alaska for avalancheinducing runs, including an 1,800-vertical-foot drop at long stretches of 55-degree pitch. As you watch “No Turning Back,” appreciate the risks taken by its stars because disasters can happen to experienced skiers. Backstrom’s brother, Arne, 29, a champion free skier, hit an icy patch and died on 18,000-footelevation Peruvian mountain in 2010. Take heart, Baby Boomers. The French segment featured two skiers age 40, one 52, and one who could see Medicare in the not-too-distance future. That bit of skiing took going down a ladder, then using climbing gear to descend far enough below the almost 13,000-foot peak to get to the snowy take-off point. Thirty-six songs back the visuals, including those by Afro

See the film DamNation on Tuesday at the Mountaineers in Seattle, 7700 Sand Point Way NE. A reception begins at 6 p.m. follow by the film at 7 p.m. and an expert panel discussion at 8:30 p.m. The event is free. DamNation examines the changing attitudes about dams around the nation and the world. The removal of the Elwha River dams on the Olympic Peninsula is featured.


If you go “No Turning Back,” 7:30 p.m. Nov. 19, Historic Everett Theater; 425-258-6766. Tickets are $19 at the EHT box office or by phone. A ticket also means a 2-for-1 lift ticket to Stevens Pass, free 15-and-under lift junior lift ticket to White Pass, free ticket to Mission Ridge, 20 percent off one snow helmet or goggle at REI. Celt Sound System, The War on Drugs, 65daysof static, Biting Elbows, Jack White, Grateful Dead and Maroon 5. Coldplay’s “Magic” in the first part and David Guetta’s “Lovers on the Sun” in the second part perfectly matched the Montana segment with its more-laidback but never dull approach to skiing. Black Mountain’s “Embrace Euphoria” nailed the opening to the Japan segment, which featured insanely deep powder that actually has influenced snowboarder’s style (think surfing) as well as shaping of the boards. Old-time clips of fun and games were not left out: mountain bike dominoes, camel riding, nuns on skis, kayak skiing, and the improbable skier on fire. Norway’s scenery was enchanting, the skiing superb, and Norwegian Oystein Aasheim’s persona nearly stole the show. But Kaylin Richardson’s “search” for the world’s second oldest (carbon dated) ski was

WSU ecologist John Bishop will talk about how life has returned to Mount St. Helens, 34 years after the blast. Bishop will speak from 7 to 9 p.m. Thursday at Mountaineers in Seattle, 7700 Sand Point Way NE. The event is free. Bishop’s talk will focus on the re-emergence of plants in the Mount St. Helens blast zone. One of the pioneers is a dwarf lupine, and now many tree species are showing up, including conifers.


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more distracting than clever. The final segment started with the Greek myth of Icarus, who fearlessly flew too near the sun. His wings of feathers and wax melted and he fell into the sea. Swiss native and Olympic snowboarder Ueli and Californian JT Holmes, considered pioneers in the sport of ski-riding (aka ski-flying, ski-gliding, etc.), show no fear of heights or cliffs. It’s not a sport for the fainthearted. At least two innovators have been killed, including the segment’s skiers’ mentors, along with a few dozen deaths of skiriders, some very experienced.

Helicopters filmed them as they flew over the rocky areas and touched down to ski until again taking off and soaring on small wings built for speed. At times this segment felt like an over-the-top advertisement for GoPro cameras that were attached to chests, helmets and ski tips. Nothing is perfectly safe in extreme snow-related sports. Then again, as one skier said, “If everything was safe, it wouldn’t be as much fun, right?” Columnist Sharon Wootton can be reached at 360-468-3964 or

Learn how to cross-country ski or snowshoe Snow is falling, and now is a great time to start thinking about winter fun. The Everett branch of the Mountaineers offers a cross country ski course beginning in January. The class, which consists of two lectures and three field trips, teaches the basics of cross

country skiing. Students also learn about appropriate clothing and equipment and how to stay safe while skiing. Field trips offer chances to learn to ski on both groomed and ungroomed snow. Lectures are Jan. 8 and Jan. 22 in Everett. All day field trips are Jan. 17, Jan. 24 and Feb. 7. Cost

Moss and lichen are everywhere in the cool, damp Northwest. The Camano Wildlife Habitat Project has two upcoming events featuring these interesting organisms. At 7 p.m. on Nov. 19, WSU Master Gardener Deborah Smeltzer will give a presentation on lichen and mosses and their place in our environment. From the natural forest to the naturalized garden, with slippery sidewalks in between, you will learn more about how to, if not love them, at least live with them in a healthy manner. The event is at the Camano Multipurpose Center (blue building next to animal shelter), 141 N East Camano Drive. At 2 p.m. on Nov. 22, join Russ Holmes, retired forest service botanist, for a walk through Four Springs Lake Preserve trails to identify some of the common Camano mosses, lichens, liverworts, and fungi. Dress in layers appropriate for the weather, wear sturdy shoes, bring a hand lens if you have one, and meet in the main parking lot, 585 Lewis Lane. Tour will take place rain or shine; no reservations required. No dogs allowed. For information on either of these programs, call 360-387-2236, visit www. or e-mail camanowildlifehabitat@

is $95 for Moutaineers members and $125 for nonmembers. To get more information and to register, go to The Everett Mountaineers also offer a basic snowshoe course. Get a solid base in snowshoeing skills. Learn about equipment, condition, route selection, safe

travel and more. There are two lectures, Jan. 7 and Jan. 21, in Everett. There is also one field trip, on Jan. 24. To get more information and to register, go to Cost is $60 for members and $80 for nonmembers. — Jessi Loerch

The Eagle Watcher program is looking for volunteers for the upcoming season. “You don’t have to know anything about eagles. We will teach you. All you need is a friendly attitude and the desire to talk with people,” said Tanya Kitterman, Eagle Watcher Coordinator. Volunteers offer information and answer questions to visitors at eagle viewing areas along the Skagit River. To get more information and an application, go to http:// skagiteaglewatchers.wordpress. com. Applications are due Nov. 21. REI at Alderwood in Lynnwood has two upcoming classes to introduce kids to climbing. All gear is provided. An adult must accompany the child. A class for kids 5 to 7 years old is from 3:45 to 5:45 p.m. on Dec. 13 and a class for 8 to 12 year olds is 6 to 8 p.m. on the same day. Cost is $35 for REI members and $55 for non members. Get more info and register at alderwood#classesAndEvents. Learn the basics of avalanche safety at 7 p.m. Dec. 9 at the Alderwood REI in Lynnwood. Learn where and why avalanches occur. Learn about local avalanche bulletins and weather reports and how to recognize the basic signs of avalanche danger. Get more info and register at alderwood#classesAndEvents. — Herald staff

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If you don’t have a good employer-sponsored retirement plan, you’re probably already in trouble. This is the first of a two-part Moneywise series on retirement planning. Today: Why Social Security isn’t enough. By Jim Gallagher St. Louis Post-Dispatch


f you work for a company that doesn’t offer a retirement plan, hand the boss this column. If he is a grouch, slip it under his door while he’s out. Here’s why. The data make it clear that a retirement plan at work is the best guarantee that you won’t end up in semi-poverty when you’re too old to work. Any boss who ignores that should be called Scrooge — behind his back, of course. There’s no good excuse. Even little companies can offer such a plan with slight hassle, but more on that later. For a view of what can happen without a good retirement plan, listen to Bernadine Rumpsa. She’s 81 and lives in south St. Louis County on $1,500 a month from Social Security. “It’s very rough. You get all these bills coming in,” she says. “My lunch is Dr Pepper and potato chips.” Bernadine stayed home raising six children, as her husband, Larry, worked two jobs as a meat cutter. You can’t save much on blue-collar wages while buying groceries for eight people. They never had a 401(k) account. But he had Social Security and a defined-benefit pension — the old fashioned kind that send a check each month until you die. When he retired, they got by. Then he got sick. Their little savings went to pay the bills that Medicare wouldn’t. He died after being retired for six years. Then Bernadine got a shock. The pension payments stopped. She called the pension administrator and they produced a document, signed by her, in which she forfeited her right to a pension after her husband’s death. She remembers signing it, at Larry’s request, but she didn’t understand what it was. The default option on pensions calls for a spouse to continue receiving all or part of the pension after the worker dies. But couples can opt to have bigger pension checks while the worker lives, and nothing for the spouse after death. The spouse must agree, and that is what she signed. That signature cost her a little more than $600 a month. “I


401(k) checkup Workers are slowly saving more for retirement. Over the 12 months ended in September, 401(k) participants contributed an average $6,080 to their accounts, according to a review by Fidelity Investments of its 13.1 million participants. That’s up 1 percent from a year earlier. The slight bump in contributions and gains in the stock market mean that the average 401(k) balance also rose over the last year. Fidelity recommends

401(k) balances are bigger... Balances have grown over the last year

workers save between 10 percent and 15 percent of their income each year, including contributions from their employers, for their retirement.

That’s due both to a rise in stock prices ...

... and increased contributions from workers.

$89,100 $89,100 19.7% $6,080 S&P 500, 12-month return through Sept. 30

Average balance, Q3 2014* Up 6 percent from previous year

Avg. annual contribution, Up 1 percent over last year

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could get by good if I had that,” she said. “Sometimes I go to bed, and I cry when I think about it.” Bernadine called me, asking me to warn other spouses to be careful of what they sign. Her salvation is her grown children. “I had five children and adopted a baby. They help me out. They’re great kids,” she said. “My kids bought me a new air conditioner last year. My granddaughter just took me to the ballgame.” At $1,500 per month, Bernadine is getting more than the typical Social Security payment. The national average for retirees is $1,250, according to the Social Security Administration. If that’s all you have at age 66, you’re in trouble. The the old-fashioned pension — the kind Larry had — is going the way of the woolly mammoth for private-sector workers. That leaves the 401(k) and similar plans as the key to successful retirement for the vast majority of Americans. Life would be different for Bernadine had they saved even a little each month in a tax-deferred savings account. A recent study by T. Rowe Price, the mutual fund company, shows how. It looked at recent retirees with 401(k) plans, and found they were doing pretty well. Decades of steady, automatic savings, sheltered

from taxes, gave them a nice nest egg, although not always a huge one. The retirees’ median assets — house value plus savings — are $433,000 for people with 401(k)s, the study showed. (Median means half are above and half below). The retirees are living on about two-thirds of their working income, but they have adjusted, and 89 percent say they are satisfied with their retirement. Their median income is $58,000, with less than half of that coming from Social Security. One out of five has a job of some sort. So, if you have an employer retirement plan, chances are you’ll be fairly happy during your long goof-off. The problem is that only 53 percent of fulltime workers, and 39 percent of all workers, are participating in such a plan, either a 401(k) or an old-fashioned pension, according to 2011 figures from the Employee Benefit Research Institute.That leaves 77 million working Americans with no retirement plan. Younger people, minorities, women, the less-educated, lower paid and the sickly are less likely to be covered. Small employers don’t like the rules and costs that come with a full-blown 401(k) plan, but there are low-cost alternatives.

Dear Dave, We’ve got our starter emergency fund in place, and we’ve paid off the last of our debt. Currently, we rent an apartment but my wife really wants us to buy a house now. She also wants us to use a 30-year, 100 percent financing plan, and says this wouldn’t cost any more than we’re paying in rent. I disagree with her idea, and she’s upset with me. How can I make her see this is a bad plan? — Alan Dear Alan, I think she probably knows deep down this isn’t a good plan. She’s found something she really likes, and she’s mad because you’re not going along with the idea. It’s called “house fever.” When you buy a home with nothing down and little to no money in the bank, you’re inviting Murphy and his cousins — Broke, Desperate and Stupid — to move in with you. In other words, you’ll find yourselves in a mess because you didn’t have the maturity and wisdom to wait until you had your fully funded emergency fund of three to six months of expenses in place, plus a 20 percent down payment saved up for a house. The idea that you save money because your house payment is the same, or even a little less than your rent, is a myth. It costs more to own a home, period. As a homeowner, you’re exposed to all kinds of things you never have to worry about as a renter. We all have times when we get excited by something we want and do things we shouldn’t. I’ve done it, and I’ll bet you have, too. But in situations like this, you’ve got to sit down and talk things out. I’m not sure how to get your wife to realize this or act more mature, but I do know that people who charge into things of this magnitude without thinking are the very ones who end up in my office for financial counseling or filing bankruptcy! — Dave

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They can let workers and employers contribute regularly to individual retirement accounts through payroll deduction. A Simplified Employee Pension plan lets employers contribute to employee IRA retirement accounts. There are no annual filings and employers don’t have to contribute every year. Companies with fewer than 100 employees can start a Simple IRA plan, again with no annual filings. The employer contributes a tax-deductible amount of either 2 percent of the worker’s pay, or matches 3 percent of the worker’s own contribution. The employer can cut his contribution on two out of five years, allowing for times when money is tight. The employee’s contribution is tax-deferred, as in a 401(k) plan. The financial institution handling the account usually handles the paperwork, not the employer. A tax credit for small employers covers half the administrative costs, up to $500, for three years on SEP, Simple and some other plans.

Sibling’s broken deal on niece’s college fund creates rift


’ve been inviting readers to let me share their family financial feuds and offer my advice. The following is a dilemma one reader, who wrote to me during an online discussion, had with a sibling. The family background: “I am helping my niece pay for college,” the person wrote. “I’m glad to do it, and she is doing terrifically well — nearly straight A’s in a demanding program, got selected to a prestigious honor society, and is volunteering some time to a worthwhile cause — all the right things.” The financial background: There was a plan to pay for college. The reader volunteered to cover about 40 percent of the niece’s education expenses. The young woman’s father, the reader’s brother, agreed to pick up about 40 percent, and the niece would make up the rest with earnings from summer jobs and a small scholarship. The battle: The dad

MICHELLE SINGLETARY reneged on his part. “To my surprise, I saw student loans come up on her financial account at the college (to which I have access since I’m listed as ‘donor’ to her account). I asked her and her dad about this, and it turns out he decided it was a better use of his money to contribute to his retirement account! Granted, his retirement is not too far away. He is 60 but still that was not the plan.” The father decided his share would instead be covered by

student loans taken out by the daughter. She has unsubsidized and subsidized federal Stafford loans. In the case of a subsidized Stafford loan — based on financial need — the federal government pays the interest while the student is enrolled in school. With an unsubsidized loan, which is not based on financial need, the student is responsible for the interest payments, which begin to accrue immediately unless the borrower decides to defer these interest payments until after graduation. Most students take the latter option, in which case the interest is tacked on to the loan. This, of course, increases the size of the loan. The interest rate for unsubsidized and subsidized loans is 4.66 percent for the 201415 academic year. Is it fair that the father defaulted on the deal? “I feel like he is breaking our agreement, and making his daughter pay the cost of

something he had agreed to cover,” the reader noted, “but he thinks it will all come out even in the end when he pays it off, although now I don’t completely trust he will live up to that. “So, is he right? Seems like a bad plan to me, as I’m a strong believer in the ‘pay as you go’ theory. What do you think?” The bottom line: I’m siding with the reader. Although the father is right to be concerned about saving and investing enough for his retirement, he broke his word. I would feel like a chump if I was helping a relative with my savings only to find out the child’s parent was sticking her with loans. I often hear experts say that when it comes down to borrowing to help your kids go to college or investing for your own retirement, take out the loans for school because you can’t borrow for retirement. It’s true and yet it often gives

people the license to borrow too much for college without considering the risks of that financial move as well. What if in three years the market tanks and the dad’s retirement portfolio has lost money? Then what? The answer is that he won’t have the money to pay off the college loans. If the father didn’t have enough cash to keep up his end of the bargain, he should have never made the deal. If he realized later that he couldn’t both pay for college and save for his retirement, he should have been more forthcoming to his sibling. Perhaps together they could have come up with ways to avoid the loans. But here’s the thing. Keep your word to your niece. Because as angry as you have a right to be with her father, it’s still about the young woman. Even if the father leaves her with the debt, your 40 percent will make her financial hole a lot less deep. Washington Post Writers Group

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Please Call For Pricing And Deadlines To advertise, call 425.339.3089 | Mon-Fri - 8AM-5PM | 24/7 Publication Date: November 16, 2014 • Call the planner assigned to the project. • Review project file at Snohomish County Planning and Development Services (PDS) 2nd Floor Customer Service Center. • *NEW * Permit Center and Record Center Hours are o 8:00 a.m. to Noon & 1:00 p.m. to 4:00 p.m. Mon, Tues, Wed and Fri o 10:00 a.m. to Noon & 1:00 p.m. to 4:00 p.m. Thurs o Please call ahead to be certain the project file is available. o Please Note: submittals of projects are now taken by appointment only To comment on a project: • Submit written comments to PDS at the address below. All comments received prior to issuance of a department decision or recommendation will be reviewed. To ensure that comments are addressed in the decision or recommendation, they should be received by PDS before the end of the published comment period. • Comments, on a project scheduled for a hearing before the hearing examiner, may be made by submitting them to PDS prior to the open record hearing. • PDS only publishes the decisions as required by Snohomish County Code. Persons will receive notice of all decisions that they have submitted written comment on, regardless of whether or not they are published. • You may become a party of record for a project by: 1. submitting original written comments and request to become a party of record to the county prior to the hearing, 2. testifying at the hearing or 3. entering your name on a sign-up register at the hearing. NOTE: only parties of record may subsequently appeal the hearing examiner’s decision or provide written or oral arguments to the county council if such an appeal is filed. To appeal a decision: • Department decisions (including SEPA threshold determinations): submit a written appeal and the $500 filing fee to PDS prior to the close of the appeal period. Refer to SCC 30.71.050(5) for details on what must be included in a written appeal. • A SEPA appeal also requires that an affidavit or declaration be filed with the hearing examiner within seven days of filing the appeal, pursuant to SCC 30.61.305(1). • Hearing examiner decisions issued after a public hearing are appealable as described in the examiner’s decision. Notice of those decisions is not published. You must have submitted written comments to PDS or written or oral comments at the public hearing in order to appeal a hearing examiner’s decision. • Building and Grading applications associated with a Single Family Residence are not subject to the County’s appeal process. To file a judicial appeal in Superior Court, refer to WAC 197-11-680 and RCW 43.21C.075. How to Reach Us: The Customer Service Center for the Snohomish County Planning and Development Services is located on the 2nd floor of the Robert J. Drewel Building at 3000 Rockefeller Avenue, Everett.

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NOTICE OF APPLICATION File Name: Gerald and Christine Ervine File Number: 14 114371 VAR Project Description: Variance request to relax the required building setback from Sunny Shores private road to 0 feet and side property line setback to 0 feet Location: 12422 – Sunny Shores Road Tax Account Number: 005904-000-005-02 Applicant: Gerald and Christine Ervine Date of application/Completeness Date: November 7, 2014 Approvals required: Administrative Variance Comment Period: Submit written comments on or before December 8, 2014 Project Manager: Jennifer Lenz, 425-388-3311, ext. 2823 Project Manager e-mail: EDH600419



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File Name: Lakewood High School File Number: 14 103702 CUP Project Description: Conditional Use Permit, variance and landscape modification for proposed new Lakewood High School (to replace existing school, to be demolished). The new building will be approximately 165,541 square feet and will accommodate 825 students. Project includes a reconfiguration of site access, circulation and parking, and upgrading playfields Location: 17023 11th Ave NE, Arlington, WA Tax Account Number: 310530-001-003-00 Applicant: Lakewood School District #306 Date of application/Completeness Date: November 6, 2014 Approvals required: Hearing Examiner approval of Conditional Use Permit, variance and landscape modification; future construction permits Environmental review to be done by the Lakewood School District. Concurrency: This project will be evaluated to determine if there is enough capacity on county roads to accommodate the project’s traffic impacts, and a concurrency determination will be made. Notice of the concurrency determination will be provided in the notice of project decision. The notice of decision will be provided to all parties of record for the project. Comment Period: Submit written comments on or before December 6, 2014. Project Manager: Monica McLaughlin, 425-388-3311, ext. 2144 Project Manager e-mail: EDH600422

NOTICE OF OPEN RECORD HEARING, THRESHOLD DETERMINATION, CONCURRENCY AND TRAFFIC IMPACT FEE DETERMINATIONS File Name: Brown MR File Number: 14-102582-PSD, 14-102585-SPA, 14-113661-LDA Townhouse Unit Lot Subdivision, with Planned Residential Development official site plan approval and landscape modification, for a 10 unit/lot townhome project on a .97 acre site zoned Multiple Residential (MR). Location: 16212 48th Avenue W, Edmonds Tax Account Number: 005138-000-107-02 Hearing specifics: Before the Snohomish County Hearing Examiner, December 23, 2014, 9:00 AM, First Floor Hearing Room, Administration Building East, 3000 Rockefeller Ave, Everett, WA. NOTE: if a valid SEPA appeal is filed, the hearing on the appeal will be combined with the hearing on the underlying project application. Applicant: Lynnwood 48 LLC Date of application/Completeness date: March 3, 2014 Approvals required: Hearing Examiner approval of PRD Official Site Plan and Subdivision and landscape modification, administrative approval of future associated construction permits. SEPA Decision: On November 16, 2014, PDS determined that this project does not have a probable, significant adverse impact on the environment and has issued a Determination of Nonsignificance (DNS). An environmental impact statement (EIS) under RCW 43.21C.03(2)(c) is not required. This decision was made after review of a completed environmental checklist and other information on file with this agency. SEPA Comment Period: Comments must be received by December 1, 2014, 14 days from the date of publication of this notice in the Everett Herald. SEPA Appeal Period: The DNS may be appealed pursuant to the requirements of Section 30.61.300 SCC and must be received no later than December 1, 2014. Forest Practices: For projects requiring a Forest Practice permit from the Washington State Department of Natural Resources (DNR) and where no valid SEPA appeal is filed, the applicant may request early release of county comments to DNR. Early release of county comments may enable DNR to issue a forest practice permit for tree removal prior to the project hearing or county approvals. Concurrency: The Department of Public Works has evaluated the traffic impacts of this development under the provisions of Chapter 30.66B SCC, and the development has been deemed concurrent. Any person aggrieved by the concurrency determination for this development may submit written documentation (refer to SCC 30.66B.180) at, or prior to, the public hearing explaining why the concurrency determination fails to satisfy the requirements of Chapter 30.66B SCC. Traffic Mitigation: This development will be subject to payment of a Transportation Impact Fee to Snohomish County in an amount as listed in the project file. Any aggrieved person may appeal the decision applying an impact fee under Chapter 30.66B SCC to the Snohomish County Hearing Examiner by submitting a written appeal to Planning and Development Services, in the manner and form prescribed by SCC 30.71.050, within 14 days of the date of this notice. Project Manager: Monica McLaughlin, 425-388-3311, ext. 2144 Project Manager e-mail: 1183211 EDH600427



CITY OF MILL CREEK 15728 Main Street Mill Creek, WA 98012 NOTICE OF SPECIAL COUNCIL MEETING NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the Mill Creek City Council will hold a special Council meeting on Tuesday, November 18, 2014 at 5:00 p.m. The following topics will be discussed and possible action may or may not be taken on any of the below items: • Executive Session at the beginning of the meeting for approximately 1 hour to discuss the performance of public employee per RCW 42.30.110 (1)(g) from 5:00-6:00 p.m. • 2015-2016 Proposed Budget • Continuing Discussion on 2015 Property Tax Ordinance and Revenues • Collective Bargaining Strategy Session at the end of the meeting per RCW 42.30.140 (4) The meeting will be at Mill Creek City Hall, Council Chambers, 15728 Main Street, Mill Creek, Washington 98012. We are trying to make our public meetings accessible to all members of the public. If you require special accommodations, please call the City Clerk at (425) 921-5732 three days prior to the meeting. Kelly M. Chelin City Clerk Published: November 16, 2014. EDH600477

SUMMARY OF ORDINANCE NO. 2014-786 of the City of Mill Creek, Washington On the 11th day of November, 2014, the City Council of the City of Mill Creek passed Ordinance No. 2014-786, a summary of the contents of said Ordinance, consisting of the title, provides as follows: AN ORDINANCE OF THE CITY OF MILL CREEK, WA S H I N G TO N , L E V Y I N G E M E R G E N C Y M E D I C A L SERVICES PROPERTY TAXES UPON ALL PROPERTY; REAL, PERSONAL AND UTILITY SUBJECT TO TAXATION WITHIN THE CORPORATE LIMITS OF THE CITY OF MILL CREEK, FOR THE FISCAL YEAR COMMENCING JANUARY 1, 2015. The Ordinance will become effective 5 (five) days after publication of this notice. The full text of the Ordinance will be mailed upon request. DATED this 13th day of November, 2014. Kelly M. Chelin, City Clerk Published: November 16, 2014. EDH600481

NOTICE OF BOARD MEETING PUBLIC HOSPITAL DISTRICT NO. 2 OF SNOHOMISH COUNTY, WASHINGTON NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the Commission of Public Hospital District No. 2, Snohomish County, Washington, will hold its next regularly scheduled monthly Board Meeting in the Board Room at the Verdant Health Commission, 3815 196th St. SW, Suite 136, Lynnwood, Washington 98036 on November 19, 2014, a t 8 : 0 0 a . m . T h e m e e t i n g a g e n d a m ay b e o b t a i n e d a t Bob Knowles President of the Commission Public Hospital District No. 2 Snohomish County, Washington Published: November 16, 2014. EDH600086

IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THE STATE OF WASHINGTON IN AND FOR THE COUNTY OF SNOHOMISH JUVENILE COURT SUMMONS BY PUBLICATION TERMINATION THE STATE OF WASHINGTON TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN AND TO: 1. Jose Amilcar Montalvan, AKA Jose Amilcar MontalvanGuerra, father of Jeovanni Amilcar Montalvan Jr., d.o.b.09/13/12, Termination Petition 14-7-00745-7 filed 08/21/14. 2. Unknown biological father of Angelica Gloria Swanson, d.o.b.08/04/11, Termination Petition 14-7-00700-7 filed 08/04/14. 3. Alice Roberta Stickles, mother of Joseph Chesley Pearson, d.o.b.05/18/98, Termination Petition 14-7-00710-4 filed 08/07/14. 4. Alice Roberta Stickles, mother of Abigale Sue Stickles, d.o.b.04/27/00, Termination Petition 14-7-00711-2 filed 08/07/14. 5. Rigoberto William Rosales, father of Manuel Rosales, d.o.b.08/25/05, Termination Petition 14-7-00280-3 filed 02/03/14. 6. Suzana Suljic, mother of Emsud Suljic, d.o.b.12/18/97, Termination Petition 14-7-00689-2 filed 07/30/14. 7. Suzana Suljic, mother of Mujo Suljic, d.o.b.08/21/01, Termination Petition 14-7-00690-6 filed 07/30/14. 8. Severin Steven Smock, father of Gianni Severin Smock, d.o.b.08/30/10, Termination Petition 14-7-00804-6 filed 09/29/14. 9. Tasha Marie Morgan, mother of Erika Brittany Barnes, d.o.b.08/24/99, Termination Petition 13-7-00981-8 filed 12/23/13. 10. Maddie Marie Graham, mother of Micah Scott Fisher, d.o.b.09/17/11, Termination Petition 14-7-00755-4 filed 08/26/14. 11. Ryan Scott Fisher, father of Micah Scott Fisher, d.o.b.09/17/11, Termination Petition 14-7-00755-4 filed 08/26/14. 12. Unknown biological father of Chayton James Shive, d.o.b.02/01/13, Termination Petition 14-7-00707-4 filed 08/07/14. 13. Unknown biological father of Blake Michael Geyer, d.o.b.03/07/13, Termination Petition 14-7-00567-5 filed 05/28/14. 14. Unknown biological father of Braydon Blayze Geyer, d.o.b.02/28/10, Termination Petition 14-7-00566-7 filed 05/28/14. A Termination Hearing will be held on January 20, 2015 at 9:00 a.m. at Snohomish County Juvenile Justice Center, 2801 10th Street, Everett, Washington 98201. You are notified that a petition has been filed in this matter requesting that your parental rights to the above-named child be terminated. You have important legal rights and you must take steps to protect your interests. This petition could result in permanent loss of your parental rights. THE ABOVE NAMED INDIVIDUALS ARE SUMMONED TO APPEAR at said hearing regarding your child. If you fail to appear at the hearing, the court may take evidence against you, make findings of fact, and order that your parental rights be terminated without further notice to you. To request a copy of the Notice, Summons, and Termination Petition, and/or to view information about your rights in this proceeding, go to SONYA KRASKI, Clerk of the Superior Court; T. BROWN, Deputy Clerk Published: November 16, 23, 30, 2014. EDH599612


PUBLIC HEARING NOTICE EDMONDS CITY COUNCIL On Tuesday, December 2, 2014 the Edmonds City Council will hold a public hearing regarding the following issue: PUBLIC HEARING ON DRAFT HOUSING ELEMENT RECOMMENDED BY PLANNING BOARD FOR 2015 COMPREHENSIVE PLAN. The City Council meeting will begin at 7:00 p.m. at the Council Chambers, Public Safety Complex, 250 5th Avenue Nor th, Edmonds, Washington. At the time and place stated above, all interested parties will be heard, however, there will be a time restriction for oral comment. Written comments are welcomed prior to or at the public hearing. If the item is continued to another date because it is not completed, or further information is needed, the date of the continuation will be announced only at the meeting. Additional information may be obtained at the Development Services Division, 121 5th Avenue North, Edmonds. Telephone: (425) 771-0220. Scott M. Passey, MMC Edmonds City Clerk Posted: November 14, 2014 Published: November 16, 2014. EDH600288 PUBLIC HEARING NOTICE NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the Mill Creek City Council has scheduled a public hearing to review and discuss the 2015-2016 Biennial Budget. DATE: Tuesday, December 2, 2014 TIME: 6:00 p.m. (or as soon thereafter as possible) PLACE: Mill Creek City Hall - Council Chambers 15728 Main Street Mill Creek, Washington 98012 SUBJECT: 2015-2016 Biennial Budget Citizens have the right to present written and/or oral testimony at the hearing, or may submit comments, in writing to the City Clerk prior to the hearing, and may ask questions concerning any part of the 2015-2016 Biennial Budget. Copies of the budget are currently available for review at City Hall. Kelly M. Chelin City Clerk We are trying to make our public meetings accessible to all members of the public. If you need special accommodations please call City Hall at (425) 745-1891 three days prior to the meetings. Published: November 16, 2014. EDH600478

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HOW TO FIND US EXIT 199 From I-5 Southbound From I-5 Northbound ALL NEW MARYSVILLE ROY ROBINSON SUBARU 6001 33rd Ave NE SHOWROOM Marysville, WA 98271 2015 SUBARU OUTBACK 2.5i 2014 XV CROSSTREK HYBRID 2015 SUBARU FORESTER 2.5i 2015 SUBARU LEGACY 2.5i • Right off exit 199 • left on 31st Ave NE (past the Chevron) • .8 mile to Roy Robinson Subaru.

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MSRP.................................... $23,092 Roy’s Discount ........................ $1,307

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Vin # 338221 65K Miles.......................................................................................................... $4,999

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From the corridors of a Seattle hospital to the inner circle of the White House, Katherine From the corridors of a Seattle hospital to the inner circle of the White House, Katherine Heigl is making a big move as she returns to series work. Heigl is making a big move as she returns to series work. The “Grey’s Anatomy” alum also is an executive producer of “State of Affairs,” an NBC The “Grey’s Anatomy” alum also is an executive producer of “State of Affairs,” an NBC drama series premiering Monday, Nov. 17 (replacing “The Blacklist,” which will move to drama series premiering Monday, Nov. 17 (replacing “The Blacklist,” which will move to Thursdays when it resumes in February). Thursdays when it resumes in February). Heigl plays CIA analyst Charleston “Charlie” Tucker, whose ties to President Constance Heigl plays CIA analyst Charleston “Charlie” Tucker, whose ties to President Constance Payton (four-time Emmy winner Alfre Woodard) aren’t only professional: She was engaged to Payton (four-time Emmy winner Alfre Woodard) aren’t only professional: She was engaged to the chief executive’s son, killed by terrorists she remains determined to catch. the chief executive’s son, killed by terrorists she remains determined to catch. Heigl admits the biggest challenge she faces with “State of Affairs” is “just trying to get Heigl admits the biggest challenge she faces with “State of Affairs” is “just trying to get people to believe I could actually be a CIA analyst. I think that was what was so compelling people to believe I could actually be a CIA analyst. I think that was what was so compelling to me is that this is an actual job, and I had never realized that. I’m not sure why, but a lot of to me is that this is an actual job, and I had never realized that. I’m not sure why, but a lot of people have asked me, ‘Does this really happen? Does the President have a briefer?’ people have asked me, ‘Does this really happen? Does the President have a briefer?’ “I thought the opportunity to delve into that and show this side of the CIA was really “I thought the opportunity to delve into that and show this side of the CIA was really compelling,” adds Heigl, “and to play such an intelligent woman who is a real patriot, who compelling,” adds Heigl, “and to play such an intelligent woman who is a real patriot, who really believes that she can make a difference and help protect her country and help her really believes that she can make a difference and help protect her country and help her president do her job. And the idea that this is ripe with all kinds of fascinating stories about president do her job. And the idea that this is ripe with all kinds of fascinating stories about this country and this world and what goes on that we don’t really know much about.” this country and this world and what goes on that we don’t really know much about.” Woodard will be helping to convey that information as said president. Woodard will be helping to convey that information as said president. “I think the gorilla in the room is we all know that the world will not spin off its axis “I think the gorilla in the room is we all know that the world will not spin off its axis if there’s an African American as president,” the veteran actress says, “so the gorilla in the if there’s an African American as president,” the veteran actress says, “so the gorilla in the room is that I’m a woman. And hopefully, everybody will get accustomed to saying ‘Madam room is that I’m a woman. And hopefully, everybody will get accustomed to saying ‘Madam President’ in their homes, and so we won’t freak out when there is a Madam President.” President’ in their homes, and so we won’t freak out when there is a Madam President.” In returning to television with “State of Affairs,” on which her mother Nancy also is an In returning to television with “State of Affairs,” on which her mother Nancy also is an executive producer, Heigl – the wife of singer-songwriter Josh Kelley (“Amazing”) – explains executive producer, Heigl – the wife of singer-songwriter Josh Kelley (“Amazing”) – explains that her break from the home screen over the past several years was what she needed at the that her break from the home screen over the past several years was what she needed at the time. time. “I took a couple of years off to just really be with my family and be with my new child, my “I took a couple of years off to just really be with my family and be with my new child, my new daughter, and expand that family. And I needed that time. I needed to be a mom and new daughter, and expand that family. And I needed that time. I needed to be a mom and be a wife and be a friend and really revel in that, and remember what it is I feel so passionate be a wife and be a friend and really revel in that, and remember what it is I feel so passionate about in this industry.” about in this industry.”

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Witness (CC) Out to Sea (PG-13, ’97) ›› (S) Winter’s Tale (’14) › Colin Farrell. Behind Enemy Lines (11:15) ›› Oblivion (’13) ›› Tom Cruise. Bye Bye, Love Banksy Crisis The Legend of Hercules 24/7 The LEGO Movie (9:15) (’14) ››› Hope Floats (PG-13, ’98) › (S) Something New (’06) ›› This Is The Last Patrol Wolver My Super Ex-Girlfriend Parental Guidance (8:15) (’12) ›› Clear History (’13) ›› (S) Under Getaway (’13) › (CC) Miss Congeniality 2 Batman Head Over Heels (’01) › State of Play (S) Incredible Burt Banksy Does New York Foo Fighters Son of the Mask (12:45) (’05) › The Internship (’13) ›› Moon Flight Far From Heaven (7:15) (’02) ››› Something New (’06) ›› The Legend of Hercules (10:45) › Fight 24/7 Percy Jackson: Sea The LEGO Movie Paid Varied Programs Hunters Hunt Varied Programs Modern Marvels Modern Marvels Modern Marvels Modern Marvels Modern Marvels Modern Marvels Modern Marvels Modern Marvels Modern Marvels Modern Marvels Paid Paid MonsterQuest MonsterQuest MonsterQuest MonsterQuest MonsterQuest MonsterQuest MonsterQuest MonsterQuest MonsterQuest Paid Paid Modern Marvels The Real Robin Hood (S) (CC) Amer. 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As a chef who has competed on shows such as “Iron Chef America,” Curtis Stone has nothing but respect for those who undertake the pressures of his new Wednesday Food Network series “Kitchen Inferno.” “Anyone who’s got the guts to stand up on national television with the opportunity of total failure, I really admire,” says the host, a 39-year-old native of Melbourne, Australia. “Your putting your entire career on the line is admirable, I think. I root for them. I want them to make it as far as they possibly can, prove as much as they possibly can and win as much money as they can, all the way to the end – with the odd exception where someone challenges me in Round 4. That’s when I beg them to take the money before they take me on.” The show, which premiered two weeks ago, sees one contestant competing against increasingly accomplished chefs in a series of four challenges. In each round, the contestant’s creation is judged against the competition’s. If they win, they can either advance to the next round or take a cash prize and exit. But if they opt to move on the next round and lose, they walk away empty-handed. Those who win all four rounds win a $25,000 grand prize. “As somebody that was a contestant on ‘Iron Chef,’ ” Stone says, “that was really intense. ... You’re cooking against also world-class chefs so that was really intense. In ‘Kitchen Inferno,’ we do that but we do it to the same contestant four times, if you like. They don’t get to bring in a sous chef or anyone to help them. They’re there on their own and if they make it all the way to level four, not only to they have to compete in four challenges, they have to win them all to win the money and they also end up against a world-class chef. I mean, look, Geoffrey Zakarian was an Iron Chef, he’s one of our level four chefs on ‘Kitchen Inferno.’ ” What are you currently reading? “(Laughs) I’m reading ‘The Secrets of the Baby Whisperer.’ ... We’ve got a 5-weekold, so we’re figuring out how to get him to sleep at night.” What did you have for dinner last night? “I went to a little Mexican place with my 3-year-old. ... So I had a piece of sea bass with a mole sauce.” What is your next project? “Just busy busy at the restaurant (the recently opened Maude in Beverly Hills, Calif.). I’m really focusing on it at the

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moment. I’m trying not to take on too much. ... Fortunately I was able to film the show in nine days, so it was really a fast inand-out project and I’m lucky enough to be able to concentrate of the restaurant and hopefully do a great job in there.” When was the last vacation you took – where and why? “We went to a place called Kiawah Island in South Carolina. Played a little golf. I went with my wife when she was pregnant with our second son and had a little calmbefore-the-storm vacation with some family friends, which was lots of fun.”


Crossover episodes occur when characters from one show make appearances on others, usually on the same network. This is a tradition dating as far back as I can remember – which, lately, is about a week and a half. This season, the most frequent user (or abuser) of this ratings-grabber has been CBS, with “NCIS” and all of its spinoffs. Those characters have been making so many cameo appearances in the Washington, Los Angeles and New Orleans locales, it’s getting hard to remember which show they actually belong on. Carrying it one step further, Hetty, the pint-sized (but deadly) boss on “NCIS: Los Angeles,” recently popped in on the “Scorpion” gang during their Halloween-themed episode. What’s next – Sheldon and Leonard from “The Big Bang Theory” go on a double date with “2 Broke Girls”? (Yes, being the nerd I am, I realize both of those fellows have significant others, so make it a dream sequence. Heck, those are even more popular than crossovers. Patrick Duffy, anyone?)

It is easy to have animated crossover events like the much ballyhooed joining of “The Simpsons” and “Family Guy” broods recently. One of the funniest ones has got to be when George, Jane, Judy and Elroy (and, of course, their dog Astro) traveled back in time and ran into that modern stone-age couple, Fred and Wilma (and their pet, Dino) in the 1987 animated feature, “The Jetsons Meet The Flintstones.” (Gotta love time-travel scenarios almost as much as crossovers.) The only fantasy pairing better than those Hanna-Barbera cartoon icons, in some alternate universe where the space-time continuum is totally out of whack would be having the Prichett and Bundy clans (from “Modern Family” and “Married With Children,” respectively) trapped in an elevator together. Hopefully, Ed O’Neill would survive the encounter. Hmmm – what a great idea for a “Saturday Night Live” skit! You’re welcome, Lorne Michaels.

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Death Race (R, ’08) ›› For Heaven’s Sake Yellow Sky (NR, ’48) ››› No Highway in the Sky (8:40) (NR, ’51) ››› Between Heaven and Hell Red Tails (PG-13, ’12) ›› Cuba Gooding Jr., Terrence Takers (PG-13, ’10) ›› Matt (5:30) ›› Gregory Peck. (CC) James Stewart. (10:20) (NR, ’56) ›› (CC) Howard, Nate Parker. (CC) Dillon. (CC) The Thanksgiving House (’13) Christmas Dance (’12), Chris Gillett Mistletoe Over Manhattan ››› Northpole (G, ’14) Tiffani Thiessen. A Cookie Cutter Christmas (’14) Michigan The Legend of Hercules (’14) › The Last Patrol (8:15) (S) (CC) 24/7 Under, Winter’s Tale (PG-13, ’14) › Colin Farrell, State of Play (S) (CC) Foo Fighters: Sonic Parental Guidance (PG, ’12) ›› Kellan Lutz. (CC) Lights Russell Crowe. (S) (CC) Highways Billy Crystal. 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The Inheritors (1998) ››› Simon Schwarz. (R) (1:35) FLIX 12:10 a.m. The Last Command (1928) ›››› Emil Jannings. Silent. A former Russian general works on a Hollywood movie. (NR) (2:00) TCM 5 p.m. Mad Hot Ballroom (2005) ››› (PG) (2:00) TMC 11 a.m. Magic Mike (2012) ››› Channing Tatum. (R) (2:40) OXY 7:35 p.m., 10:15 p.m. Magnificent Obsession (1954) ››› Jane Wyman. (NR) (2:00) TCM 12:45 p.m. Meet the Santas (2005) ››› Steve Guttenberg. (2:00) HALL 6 p.m. Pale Rider (1985) ››› Clint Eastwood. (R) (2:30) KWPX 11:30 a.m. Quartet (2012) ››› Maggie Smith. (PG-13) (1:40) SHOW 6:05 a.m. The School of Rock (2003) ››› Jack Black. (PG-13) (2:30) AMC 11:30 a.m. Single Santa Seeks Mrs. Claus (2004) ››› Crystal Bernard. (2:00) HALL 6 a.m., 4 p.m. Something of Value (1957) ››› Rock Hudson. (NR) (2:15) TCM 2:45 p.m.

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Crash (2004) ›››‡ Sandra Bullock. (R) (1:55) FLIX 10:15 p.m. Déjà Vu (2006) ››› Denzel Washington. (PG-13) (2:30) AMC 12 a.m. Dick Tracy (1990) ››› Warren Beatty. (PG) (1:45) FLIX 1:30 p.m. Duplicity (2009) ››› Julia Roberts. (PG-13) (2:30) TBS 2 a.m. Enemy of the State (1998) ››› Will Smith. (R) (2:20) MAX 12:50 p.m. Fast Food Nation (2006) ››› Greg Kinnear. (R) (2:00) STARZ 9:40 a.m. Fierce People (2005) ››› Diane Lane. (R) (2:00) TMC 1 p.m. Giant (1956) ›››› Elizabeth Taylor. George Stevens’ Oscar-winning portrait of feuding Texans. (G) (3:30) TCM 9:15 a.m. Gladiator (2000) ›››‡ Russell Crowe. (R) (3:30) SPIKE 3:30 p.m., 11 p.m. Hot Shots! Part Deux (1993) ››› Charlie Sheen. (PG-13) (1:30) MAX 8:30 p.m. Hustle & Flow (2005) ››› Terrence Howard. (R) (2:00) TMC 10 p.m. I Wake Up Screaming (1941) ››› Betty Grable. (NR) (1:25) FXM 4:40 a.m.

Star Runners (2009) ››› Connor Trinneer. (NR) (1:55) SYFY 2:05 a.m. Star Trek: First Contact (1996) ››› Patrick Stewart. (PG-13) (1:55) MAX 4:20 a.m. Sunrise (1927) ›››› George O’Brien. Silent. A city woman induces a farmer to murder his wife. (NR) (1:45) TCM 7 p.m. 13 Going on 30 (2004) ››› Jennifer Garner. (PG-13) (2:00) LIFE 6 p.m. Troy (2004) ››› Brad Pitt. (R) (4:00) SPIKE 7 p.m. 21 Jump Street (2012) ››› Jonah Hill. (R) (2:30) FX 7:30 p.m., 11 p.m. Unhung Hero (2013) ››› (NR) (1:30) SHOW 3:30 a.m. Veronica Mars (2014) ››› Kristen Bell. (PG-13) (1:55) MAX 4:50 p.m. What About Bob? (1991) ››› Bill Murray. (PG) (1:45) FLIX 6:45 p.m. A Yank in the RAF (1941) ››› Tyrone Power. (NR) (1:40) FXM 3 a.m. Zero Dark Thirty (2012) ›››‡ Jessica Chastain. (R) (2:40) ENC 10:30 p.m.


Air Raid Wardens (1943) ››› Stan Laurel. (NR) (1:15) TCM 1:45 a.m. Alias the Doctor (1932) ››› Richard Barthelmess. (NR) (1:15) TCM 9:45 a.m. Alien (1979) ›››› Tom Skerritt. A merciless horror stalks the crew of a deep-space freighter. (R) (2:05) STARZ 2:30 p.m., 11:05 p.m. All I Want for Christmas (2007) ››› Gail O’Grady. (2:00) HALL 10 p.m. Any Given Sunday (1999) ››› Al Pacino. (R) (3:00) BET 1 p.m. Awakenings (1990) ›››‡ Robert De Niro. (PG-13) (2:05) ENC 6:10 a.m. The Black Hole (1979) ››› Maximilian Schell. (PG) (1:45) SHOW 6:45 a.m. Blue Car (2002) ››› David Strathairn. (R) (1:30) FLIX 10:35 a.m. The Boys (1998) ››› David Wenham. (R) (1:25) FLIX 12:05 p.m. Casablanca (1942) ›››› Humphrey Bogart. Nazis, intrigue and romance clash at a Moroccan nightclub. (PG) (2:00) TCM 5 p.m. Chronicle (2012) ››› Dane DeHaan. (PG-13) (1:41) FXM 2 p.m., 10:30 p.m. Dead Poets Society (1989) ›››‡ Robin Williams. (PG) (2:10) TMC 2:10 p.m., 10:05 p.m. Déjà Vu (2006) ››› Denzel Washington. (PG-13) (2:30) AMC 5:30 p.m. Doc Hollywood (1991) ››› Michael J. Fox. (PG-13) (1:45) ENC 4:40 p.m., 1:40 a.m. Don’t Bother to Knock (1952) ››› Richard Widmark. (NR) (1:20) FXM 12:30 a.m. Double Jeopardy (1999) ››› Tommy Lee Jones. (R) (2:00) SHOW 5 p.m. Dragon Dynasty (2006) ››› Federico Castelluccio. (NR) (2:00) SYFY 10:30 a.m. Driving Miss Daisy (1989) ›››› Morgan Freeman. Atlanta widow and chauffeur reflect changes from 1948 to 1973. (PG) (1:45) STARZ 10:10 a.m., 8:15 p.m. Drumline (2002) ››› Nick Cannon. (PG-13) (2:05) ENC 11:15 a.m., 8 p.m. Flirting With Disaster (1996) ››› Ben Stiller. (R) (1:35) FLIX 9 a.m. Gilda (1946) ›››‡ Rita Hayworth. (NR) (2:00) TCM 9:45 p.m. The Green Berets (1968) ››› John Wayne. (G) (2:45) TCM 7 p.m. Ice Age (2002) ››› Voices of Ray Romano. (PG) (1:25) ENC 9:50 a.m. The LEGO Movie (2014) ›››‡ Voices of Chris Pratt. (PG) (1:45) HBO 9:15 a.m., 8 p.m. Meet the Santas (2005) ››› Steve Guttenberg. (2:00) HALL 2 p.m. Navy Blues (1941) ››› Ann Sheridan. (NR) (2:00) TCM 12:30 p.m. Night Falls on Manhattan (1996) ››› Andy Garcia. (R) (1:55) HBO 4:20 a.m. O. Henry’s Full House (1952) ››› Fred Allen. (NR) (2:00) FXM 3 a.m. Pacific Heights (1990) ›››‡ Melanie Griffith. (R) (1:50) MAX 8:25 a.m. Pacific Rim (2013) ››› Charlie Hunnam. (PG-13) (2:15) MAX 10 p.m. The People vs. Larry Flynt (1996) ››› Woody Harrelson. (R) (2:10) ENC 3:25 a.m. People Will Talk (1951) ›››‡ Cary Grant. (NR) (2:00) FXM 5 a.m. Planet of the Apes (1968) ›››› Charlton Heston. Astronauts crash

on a world ruled by intelligent simians. (G) (2:00) TCM 11:45 p.m. Ratatouille (2007) ›››‡ Voices of Patton Oswalt. (G) (2:00) DSY 8:05 p.m. Silver Linings Playbook (2012) ›››‡ Bradley Cooper. (R) (2:05) TMC 12:05 p.m., 8 p.m. 16 Blocks (2006) ››› Bruce Willis. (PG-13) (1:45) MAX 2:30 p.m. Sweet Rosie O’Grady (1943) ››› Betty Grable. (NR) (1:20) FXM 6:05 a.m. Terminator 3: Rise of the Machines (2003) ››› Arnold Schwarzenegger. (R) (2:31) AMC 8 p.m. Unforgiven (1992) ›››› Clint Eastwood. Clint Eastwood’s Oscar-winning portrait of an aged gunman. (R) (3:00) KWPX 11 a.m. The Wicker Man (1973) ››› Edward Woodward. (R) (1:30) FLIX 10:05 p.m.


About Adam (2000) ››› Stuart Townsend. (R) (1:40) FLIX 6:35 p.m. All I Want for Christmas (2007) ››› Gail O’Grady. (2:00) HALL 4 p.m. American Hustle (2013) ›››‡ Christian Bale. (R) (2:20) STARZ 10:55 a.m., 6:35 p.m., 2:40 a.m. Batman Begins (2005) ››› Christian Bale. (PG-13) (2:30) HBO 3:30 p.m. Blue Caprice (2013) ››› Isaiah Washington. (R) (1:35) TMC 11:10 p.m. Changing Lanes (2002) ››› Ben Affleck. (R) (2:00) AMC 11 a.m. Cliffhanger (1993) ››› Sylvester Stallone. (R) (2:00) AMC 11 p.m. Dave (1993) ››› Kevin Kline. (PG-13) (1:55) ENC 12:40 p.m., 8 p.m. The Devil’s Own (1997) ››› Harrison Ford. (R) (1:55) STARZ 1:15 p.m. The Doctor (1991) ››› William Hurt. (PG-13) (2:05) TMC 4 a.m. Ed Wood (1994) ›››‡ Johnny Depp. (R) (2:10) FLIX 6 a.m. Election (1999) ››› Matthew Broderick. (R) (1:45) FLIX 8:15 p.m. Friday (1995) ››› Ice Cube. (R) (2:00) USA 7 p.m. Hangover Square (1945) ››› Laird Cregar. (NR) (1:30) FXM 12:30 a.m. Homeward Bound: The Incredible Journey (1993) ››› Voices of Don Ameche. (G) (1:30) TMC 2 p.m. John and Mary (1969) ››› Dustin Hoffman. (PG) (1:40) FXM 8:30 a.m. Johnny Suede (1991) ››› Brad Pitt. (R) (1:50) TMC 2:10 a.m. Looper (2012) ››› Bruce Willis. (R) (2:30) FX 7:30 p.m. Magnolia (1999) ››› Jason Robards. (R) (3:15) ENC 3:25 a.m. Maverick (1994) ››› Mel Gibson. (PG) (2:30) KWPX 1:30 p.m. Menace II Society (1993) ››› Tyrin Turner. (R) (2:00) BET 10 p.m. Miami Rhapsody (1995) ››› Sarah Jessica Parker. (PG-13) (1:35) FLIX 5 p.m. Michael (1996) ››› John Travolta. (PG) (1:50) ENC 7 a.m., 4:30 p.m. Midnight in Paris (2011) ›››‡ Owen Wilson. (PG-13) (1:40) STARZ 6:05 a.m. My Big Fat Greek Wedding (2002) ››› Nia Vardalos. (PG) (1:40) MAX 7:20 a.m. Perfect Strangers (2003) ››› Sam Neill. (PG-13) (1:50) FLIX 8:10 a.m.

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The Perks of Being a Wallflower (2012) ››› Logan Lerman. (PG-13) (1:45) SHOW 4:15 p.m. Pigskin Parade (1936) ››› Stuart Erwin. (NR) (1:40) FXM 3 a.m. Ratatouille (2007) ›››‡ Voices of Patton Oswalt. (G) (2:00) DSY 2 p.m. Remember the Titans (2000) ››› Denzel Washington. (PG) (1:55) ENC 10:45 a.m. Shanghai Noon (2000) ››› Jackie Chan. (PG-13) (1:55) ENC 2:35 p.m., 11:45 p.m. Terminator 3: Rise of the Machines (2003) ››› Arnold Schwarzenegger. (R) (2:30) AMC 5:30 p.m. Tombstone (1993) ››› Kurt Russell. (R) (3:00) AMC 8 p.m. The Way, Way Back (2013) ››› Steve Carell. (PG-13) (1:45) MAX 4:30 p.m. Wedding Crashers (2005) ››› Owen Wilson. (R) (2:00) MAX 8 p.m. The Whistler (1944) ››› Richard Dix. (NR) (1:15) TCM 5 p.m. Whistling in the Dark (1941) ››› Red Skelton. (NR) (1:30) TCM 10 p.m. Winter Solstice (2004) ››› Anthony LaPaglia. (R) (1:30) FLIX 10 a.m.


The Birds (1963) ›››‡ Rod Taylor. (PG-13) (2:15) TCM 5 p.m. Born to Dance (1936) ››› Eleanor Powell. (NR) (2:00) TCM 3:30 a.m. A Boyfriend for Christmas (2004) ››› Kelli Williams. (2:00) HALL 8 p.m. Broadway Melody of 1936 (1935) ››› Jack Benny. (NR) (1:45) TCM 5:30 a.m. Buffalo Soldiers (2001) ››› Joaquin Phoenix. (R) (1:40) FLIX 11 p.m. Captain Phillips (2013) ›››‡ Tom Hanks. (PG-13) (2:15) ENC 10:15 p.m. Cliffhanger (1993) ››› Sylvester Stallone. (R) (2:00) AMC 3 p.m. Crash (2004) ›››‡ Sandra Bullock. (R) (2:00) FLIX 5 p.m. Dallas Buyers Club (2013) ›››‡ Matthew McConaughey. (R) (2:00) HBO 9 p.m., 3:10 a.m. Dark of the Sun (1968) ››› Rod Taylor. (PG) (2:00) TCM 9:15 p.m. Devotion (1946) ››› Ida Lupino. (NR) (2:00) TCM 7:30 a.m. Dick Tracy (1990) ››› Warren Beatty. (PG) (2:00) FLIX 7 p.m. Die Hard With a Vengeance (1995) ››› Bruce Willis. (R) (3:02) SPIKE 2 p.m. Disclosure (1994) ››› Michael Douglas. (R) (2:10) ENC 1:10 p.m. Easy A (2010) ››› Emma Stone. (PG13) (2:00) FX 1 a.m. Enemy of the State (1998) ››› Will Smith. (R) (2:20) MAX 10:50 a.m. The Five-Year Engagement (2012) ››› Jason Segel. (R) (3:00) FX 10 p.m. Friday (1995) ››› Ice Cube. (R) (2:00) USA 9 a.m. Higher Learning (1995) ››› Omar Epps. (R) (2:30) VH1 11:30 p.m. The Hobbit: The Desolation of Smaug (2013) ››› Ian McKellen. (PG-13) (2:45) MAX 8:05 a.m., 10 p.m. Hotel (1967) ››› Rod Taylor. (GP) (2:15) TCM 1:15 a.m.

How to Kill Your Neighbor’s Dog (2000) ››› Kenneth Branagh. (R) (2:00) TMC 3 p.m. The Insider (1999) ›››‡ Al Pacino. (R) (2:49) FXM 9 p.m. The Italian Job (2003) ››› Mark Wahlberg. (PG-13) (2:30) TBS 2 a.m. Ivory Tower (2014) ››› (PG-13) (2:00) CNN 6 p.m., 8 p.m. Kill Your Darlings (2013) ››› Daniel Radcliffe. (R) (1:50) STARZ 8:55 a.m. King Kong (2005) ›››‡ Naomi Watts. (PG-13) (3:10) MAX 3 p.m. The Long Walk Home (1990) ››› Sissy Spacek. (PG) (1:45) FLIX 6:15 a.m. Mean Girls (2004) ››› Lindsay Lohan. (PG-13) (2:00) FAM 12 a.m. Menace II Society (1993) ››› Tyrin Turner. (R) (2:30) BET 1:30 p.m. Molly and Me (1945) ››› Gracie Fields. (NR) (1:20) FXM 6 a.m., 5:15 a.m. Moonrise Kingdom (2012) ›››‡ Bruce Willis. (PG-13) (1:35) HBO 5:10 a.m. The Motorcycle Diaries (2004) ›››‡ Gael García Bernal. (R) (2:15) FLIX 1 p.m. Night of the Living Dead (1968) ›››‡ Duane Jones. (NR) (1:40) TMC 11 p.m. Operation Dumbo Drop (1995) ››› Danny Glover. (PG) (2:00) FLIX 4:30 a.m. Payment on Demand (1951) ››› Bette Davis. (NR) (1:45) TCM 3:15 p.m. The Place Beyond the Pines (2012) ››› Ryan Gosling. (R) (2:25) HBO 12:45 a.m. Possessed (1947) ››› Joan Crawford. (NR) (2:00) TCM 1:15 p.m. The Rundown (2003) ››› The Rock. (PG-13) (2:30) SPIKE 11:30 a.m. The Santa Incident (2010) ››› Ione Skye. (2:00) HALL 8 a.m., 12 a.m. Secrets & Lies (1996) ››› Timothy Spall. (R) (2:30) SHOW 4 a.m. The Shawshank Redemption (1994) ›››› Tim Robbins. An innocent man goes to a Maine penitentiary for life in 1947. (R) (2:30) STARZ 10:45 a.m., 11:05 p.m. Sin City (2005) ››› Jessica Alba. (R) (2:05) ENC 2:05 a.m. Soldier’s Girl (2003) ››› Troy Garity. (R) (2:00) FLIX 9 p.m. Sunday in New York (1963) ››› Cliff Robertson. (NR) (2:00) TCM 11:15 p.m. Sweet Rosie O’Grady (1943) ››› Betty Grable. (NR) (1:20) FXM 7:20 a.m. There’s Something About Mary (1998) ››› Cameron Diaz. (R) (2:00) MAX 8 p.m. Three Men and a Baby (1987) ››› Tom Selleck. (PG) (1:45) SHOW 9:30 a.m. The Time Machine (1960) ›››‡ Rod Taylor. (G) (2:00) TCM 7:15 p.m. Tombstone (1993) ››› Kurt Russell. (R) (3:00) AMC 5 p.m. True Crime (1999) ››› Clint Eastwood. (R) (2:15) MAX 5 a.m. Veronica Mars (2014) ››› Kristen Bell. (PG-13) (1:50) MAX 1:10 p.m. Zero Dark Thirty (2012) ›››‡ Jessica Chastain. (R) (2:40) ENC 3:20 p.m.


Alien (1979) ›››› Tom Skerritt. A merciless horror stalks the crew of

a deep-space freighter. (R) (2:00) STARZ 3:35 a.m. Any Given Sunday (1999) ››› Al Pacino. (R) (3:00) BET 11 a.m., 7 p.m. Big Easy Express (2012) ››› (NR) (1:15) SHOW 6:30 a.m. Boogie Nights (1997) ›››‡ Mark Wahlberg. (R) (3:00) VH1 10:30 p.m., 1:30 a.m. A Boyfriend for Christmas (2004) ››› Kelli Williams. (2:00) HALL 4 p.m. The Boys (1998) ››› David Wenham. (R) (1:30) FLIX 10 a.m. Broadway Melody of 1940 (1940) ››› Fred Astaire. (NR) (2:00) TCM 1 p.m. Dawn of the Dead (2004) ››› Sarah Polley. (R) (1:45) HBO 3:45 a.m. Duel (1971) ›››‡ Dennis Weaver. (PG) (2:00) TCM 5 p.m. Easy A (2010) ››› Emma Stone. (PG13) (2:00) FX 11 a.m. Far From Heaven (2002) ›››‡ Julianne Moore. (PG-13) (1:45) HBO 7:15 a.m. Father of the Bride (1991) ››› Steve Martin. (PG) (2:00) TBS 3 a.m.

The Last Detail (1973) ››› Jack Nicholson. (R) (2:00) TCM 11 p.m. The LEGO Movie (2014) ›››‡ Voices of Chris Pratt. (PG) (1:45) HBO 3:15 p.m. Molly and Me (1945) ››› Gracie Fields. (NR) (1:20) FXM 1:40 a.m. Monster House (2006) ››› Voices of Steve Buscemi. (PG) (1:35) ENC 9 a.m. Ocean’s Eleven (2001) ››› George Clooney. (PG-13) (2:30) VH1 8 p.m. Operation Dumbo Drop (1995) ››› Danny Glover. (PG) (2:00) FLIX 11:30 a.m. Outrageous Fortune (1987) ››› Shelley Long. (R) (1:45) TMC 2:15 p.m. Rosalie (1937) ››› Nelson Eddy. (NR) (2:15) TCM 9:15 a.m. Secretary (2002) ››› James Spader. (R) (1:55) MAX 4:15 a.m. 16 Blocks (2006) ››› Bruce Willis. (PG-13) (1:45) MAX 8 p.m. Slither (1973) ››› James Caan. (PG) (2:00) TCM 7 p.m. Stuart Little 2 (2002) ››› Geena Davis. (PG) (1:20) STARZ 7:20 a.m.

Beneath the Planet of the Apes (1970) ››› James Franciscus. (G) (2:00) TCM 11 a.m. Bounce (2000) ››› Gwyneth Paltrow. (PG-13) (1:50) FLIX 6:10 a.m. The Bourne Identity (2002) ››› Matt Damon. (NR) (2:58) SPIKE 12:32 a.m. The Cabin in the Woods (2011) ››› Kristen Connolly. (R) (2:00) SYFY 9 p.m. Catch Me if You Can (2002) ››› Leonardo DiCaprio. (PG-13) (3:00) TNT 1 p.m. Circle of Friends (1995) ››› Chris O’Donnell. (PG-13) (1:55) FLIX 6:35 p.m. City of God (2002) ›››‡ Matheus Nachtergaele. (R) (2:20) FLIX 10:10 p.m. Do You Know Me (2009) ››› Rachelle Lefevre. (NR) (2:00) CHAN 8 p.m. Double Jeopardy (1999) ››› Tommy Lee Jones. (R) (1:55) SHOW 3:05 p.m. Election (1999) ››› Matthew Broderick. (R) (1:55) FLIX 3:05 p.m.

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The Five-Year Engagement (2012) ››› Jason Segel. (R) (3:00) FX 5 p.m. Frozen (2013) ›››‡ Voices of Kristen Bell. (PG) (1:50) STARZ 7:10 p.m. Good Morning, Miss Dove (1955) ››› Jennifer Jones. (NR) (1:55) FXM 8 a.m. The Great Dictator (1940) ›››‡ Charles Chaplin. (G) (2:30) TCM 3 a.m. Heathers (1989) ›››‡ Winona Ryder. (R) (1:55) TMC 8:05 p.m. Hitch (2005) ››› Will Smith. (PG-13) (2:00) TBS 9:30 p.m. Julie & Julia (2009) ››› Meryl Streep. (PG-13) (3:00) BRAVO 1 a.m. Keeping the Faith (2000) ››› Ben Stiller. (PG-13) (2:15) STARZ 5:35 a.m. Killing Them Softly (2012) ››› Brad Pitt. (R) (1:40) TMC 1:30 a.m. Knucklehead (2010) ››› Mark Feuerstein. (PG-13) (1:40) TMC 11 a.m., 5:20 a.m. Lady Be Good (1941) ››› Eleanor Powell. (NR) (2:00) TCM 3 p.m.

1717 Rockefeller Ave. • Everett, WA 98201 425.339.3300 Sweet Rosie O’Grady (1943) ››› Betty Grable. (NR) (1:20) FXM 6:40 a.m. Wedding Crashers (2005) ››› Owen Wilson. (R) (2:00) MAX 1:10 a.m. What About Bob? (1991) ››› Bill Murray. (PG) (1:45) FLIX 3:15 p.m. Winter Solstice (2004) ››› Anthony LaPaglia. (R) (1:30) FLIX 6:30 a.m., 1:35 a.m. Yellow Sky (1948) ››› Gregory Peck. (NR) (1:40) FXM 12 a.m.


The Adventures of Tintin (2011) ››› Voices of Jamie Bell. (PG) (2:30) TOON 5:30 p.m. Airport (1970) ›››‡ Burt Lancaster. (G) (2:20) MAX 3:45 a.m. Alien (1979) ›››› Tom Skerritt. A merciless horror stalks the crew of a deep-space freighter. (R) (2:00) STARZ 3:05 p.m. As Good as It Gets (1997) ››› Jack Nicholson. (PG-13) (2:25) ENC 4:35 a.m.

Find Me Guilty (2006) ››› Vin Diesel. (R) (2:05) TMC 12:10 p.m. The First of May (1998) ››› Dan Byrd. (G) (2:00) KTBW 8 p.m. Five Million Years to Earth (1967) ››› James Donald. (NR) (2:00) TCM 3 p.m. Flirting With Disaster (1996) ››› Ben Stiller. (R) (1:35) FLIX 1:30 p.m. Frozen (2013) ›››‡ Voices of Kristen Bell. (PG) (1:50) STARZ 7:50 a.m. Galaxy Quest (1999) ››› Tim Allen. (PG) (2:43) COM 8 a.m. Get Him to the Greek (2010) ››› Jonah Hill. (R) (2:30) BRAVO 8 p.m., 10:30 p.m. The Ghost Writer (2010) ››› Pierce Brosnan. (PG-13) (3:00) CIVT 12:05 a.m. Hangover Square (1945) ››› Laird Cregar. (NR) (1:20) FXM 4:15 a.m. Hitch (2005) ››› Will Smith. (PG-13) (2:30) TBS 1:30 p.m. Holes (2003) ››› Sigourney Weaver. (PG) (2:30) FAM 11 a.m. Honey, I Shrunk the Kids (1989) ››› Rick Moranis. (PG) (2:00) FAM 7 a.m.

The Hunger Games (2012) ››› Jennifer Lawrence. (PG-13) (3:00) FAM 8 p.m. Joe Kidd (1972) ››› Clint Eastwood. (PG) (2:00) AMC 1 p.m. Kick-Ass (2010) ››› Aaron Johnson. (R) (2:34) SPIKE 9 a.m. The Kid From Brooklyn (1946) ››› Danny Kaye. (NR) (2:00) TCM 6:45 p.m. King Kong (1933) ›››› Fay Wray. Captive gigantic ape escapes and rampages through New York. (NR) (2:00) TCM 9 a.m. The Little Mermaid (1989) ›››› Voices of Jodi Benson. Animated. Disney’s Oscar-winning version of the fairy tale. (G) (1:30) DSY 7:30 p.m. Mission: Impossible — Ghost Protocol (2011) ››› Tom Cruise. (PG-13) (2:39) FXM 5 p.m., 8 p.m. The Missouri Breaks (1976) ››› Marlon Brando. (PG) (3:00) AMC 10 a.m. Mistletoe Over Manhattan (2011) ››› Tricia Helfer. (NR) (2:00) HALL 10 a.m. The Most Wonderful Time of the Year (2008) ››› Henry Winkler. (2:00) HALL 2 a.m. Mulan (1998) ››› Voices of Miguel Ferrer. (G) (2:00) FAM 6 p.m. The Negotiator (1998) ››› Samuel L. Jackson. (R) (2:25) MAX 2:20 p.m. No Highway in the Sky (1951) ›››‡ James Stewart. (NR) (1:40) FXM 8:40 a.m. Ocean’s Eleven (2001) ››› George Clooney. (PG-13) (2:30) VH1 11 a.m. Pacific Rim (2013) ››› Charlie Hunnam. (PG-13) (2:20) MAX 12 p.m. The Prizefighter and the Lady (1933) ››› Myrna Loy. (NR) (2:15) TCM 8:45 p.m. Quartet (2012) ››› Maggie Smith. (PG-13) (1:45) SHOW 4:15 a.m. The Red Violin (1998) ››› Samuel L. Jackson. (R) (3:00) CHAN 1 p.m. Rushmore (1998) ››› Jason Schwartzman. (R) (1:35) FLIX 5 p.m. Scent of a Woman (1992) ›››‡ Al Pacino. (R) (2:45) TMC 2:15 p.m. Silver Linings Playbook (2012) ›››‡ Bradley Cooper. (R) (2:05) TMC 8:30 a.m., 5 p.m. Taken (2008) ››› Liam Neeson. (PG13) (2:00) KZJO 2 p.m. Tangled (2010) ››› Voices of Mandy Moore. (PG) (2:00) KZJO 2 a.m. Terminator 3: Rise of the Machines (2003) ››› Arnold Schwarzenegger. (R) (2:30) AMC 11 p.m. Them! (1954) ››› James Whitmore. (NR) (2:00) TCM 1 p.m. Tropic Thunder (2008) ››› Ben Stiller. (NR) (2:34) COM 12:30 a.m. Two Girls and a Sailor (1944) ››› Van Johnson. (NR) (2:15) TCM 3 a.m. Walk the Line (2005) ››› Joaquin Phoenix. (PG-13) (2:20) MAX 6:10 a.m. Winter’s Bone (2010) ›››‡ Jennifer Lawrence. (R) (2:00) KZJO 4 p.m. X2: X-Men United (2003) ››› Patrick Stewart. (PG-13) (3:03) SPIKE 1:57 p.m. X-Men (2000) ››› Hugh Jackman. (PG-13) (2:23) SPIKE 11:34 a.m. Yellow Sky (1948) ››› Gregory Peck. (NR) (1:40) FXM 7 a.m.


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‘EAT’ offers a lot to digest

National Geographic Channel’s miniseries “EAT: The Story of Food” was a topic so broad that executive producer Pam Caragol Wells quips, “it’s almost like making a series about ‘The Cosmos.’ Nobody’s done that – except for our channel.” Indeed, the six-episode event that airs Friday through Sunday, Nov. 21-23, covers a lot of ground in its six hours, but it could have been a whole lot more. According to Wells, this wasn’t a show that started the traditional way with a script. Instead, Wells and her colleagues conducted and pored through interviews with almost 90 food experts – among them chefs Graham Elliot, Eric Greenspan and Rachael Ray, food writers Simon Majumdar, Ruth Reichl and Nigella Lawson, and others – for a total of 3,336 pages of transcripts. From there, they crafted a show. And what a show it is. “EAT” is basically a primer on how food has shaped human history and culture and vice versa. The first hour, “Food Revolutionaries,” identifies those who changed the way we look at food, ranging from Christopher Columbus (who set sail looking for spices but instead found the New World) to French chef Auguste Escoffier (who wrote down recipes and reorganized kitchen staffs) and canned food pioneer Hector Boiardi (aka Chef Boyardee, whose great niece Anna Boiardi is interviewed in the series). Ensuing episodes cover meat, sugar, seafood, junk food and grains. Along the way, viewers learn fascinating snippets of trivia, such as how spices created the global economy, Spam helped defeat Hitler, and sausage spread the Roman Empire. And you can make young wine taste better by putting it in a blender. Food, as Majumdar points out in the show, is what unites us, be it at a wedding, a funeral or a celebration of any milestone. And, as Padma Lakshmi observes at the opening of the first episode, “Food is a very sensual act. It is the only way to get into someone’s body without actually touching them.” “Very few people would argue that food is like the sexiest thing in the world. It is a sexy, sexy thing,” Majumdar – an author of two food-centric books who has served as a judge on such shows as “Beat Bobby Flay,” “Iron Chef America” and “Cutthroat Kitchen” – says at a recent NatGeo press event in New Orleans. “I’m not a great fan of the word ‘food porn’ but I am a great fan of the fact that food is sexy and sensual and beautiful and it’s amazing, and it does join us all together. “Padma said it. It is one of those ways you communicate with people in a very sensual way – feeding them. … There’s nothing wrong with saying food is damn sexy.”

Jeff Daniels of “The Newsroom” on HBO Frances O’Connor of “The Missing” on Starz “I’m a massive television addict at the moment. I’ve just watched ‘Transparent,’ which I just loved. ... It’s on Amazon. It’s really fantastic, with Jeffrey Tambor. He’s amazing in it. I’m a massive ‘Walking Dead’ fan, and I love ‘Game of Thrones’ and ‘House of Cards.’ I guess I’m more like a cable person. I really love those shows that are kind of really character-based and a bit more eclectic, I think. ”

“Anything Ken Burns does. I’ve got the whole ’Roosevelts’ thing on my DVR, so I’m going to binge-watch that someday when I need to get a little history into me.”

Ching-He Huang of “Restaurant Redemption” on Cooking Channel

“I have been watching “The Bridge” and “House of Cards” – I love snuggling up in front of the TV on a night off and watching a good drama series. My hubby is an actor so we enjoy the movies when we have time off!”

Robert Wagner of “Northpole” on Hallmark Channel

“This may sound kind of dated, but one of my favorite shows is ’Frasier.’ I think the writing was just so great on that.”

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‘The Walking Dead’ Season 5: “The Walking Dead” has its best lineup of characters yet in Season 5. All of its survivors are hardened yet endearing people, and it’s hard to find a weak link among them – at least, not anymore. With seasons to develop characters like Rick, Carl, Michonne, Carol, Daryl, Glenn and Maggie, each of them feels integral to the DNA of “The Walking Dead.” Even relative newcomers like Tyreese and Sasha have endeared themselves to viewers, making all of them feel unkillable in a show that prides itself on the mantra “no one is safe.” There’s all those awesome, fully developed characters, and then there’s Bob Stookey. If there was to be a weak link in “The Walking Dead’s” group of survivors, it was him. After being introduced in Season 4, “The Walking Dead” didn’t take much time to develop him. He was an alcoholic, then he wasn’t, then he and Sasha struck up a romance. In a show that has much better writing than it’s given credit for, Bob drew the short straw. If someone had to die in the early “The Walking Dead” Season 5 episodes – and in the zombie apocalypse, someone always has to die – it was obvious that it would be Bob. That’s the biggest problem with him being the one to go in episode 3, “Four Walls and a Roof.” For the material he had, actor Lawrence Gillard Jr. did a great job turning Bob into a fully fleshed out character, particularly in the first few episodes of Season 5. But his death didn’t pack a gut punch the way losing Hershel, Lori and Andrea did. “The Walking Dead” loses some of its bite when it becomes predictable, and killing off Bob

Losing Bob Stookey is too easy was very predictable. It became obvious when he got taken by Gareth and the Hunters in episode 2 that he wasn’t going to last much longer, and he didn’t. Though the twist that he had been bit before the Hunters took him was great – “TAINTED MEEEAAAT!!!” – he ultimately died by the end of episode 3, and had Tyreese prevent him from reanimating as a walker. Wouldn’t it have been more shocking for Bob to live after losing a leg like Hershel did instead of immediately dying? Or to have someone like Glenn, or Michonne, or Daryl taken instead? But even while writing those names down it’s hard to imagine “The Walking Dead” without those characters. Each one has an important role to fill, and Bob wasn’t at that point yet. Maybe he could have been one day, but he wasn’t given the time to become integral to the show before his death. With Bob gone, “The Walking Dead” is back to having mostly “safe” characters. Let’s face it: Rick isn’t dying anytime soon, Maggie won’t get axed and audiences love Daryl and Carol too much for them to go. The core group feels unkillable, and with new characters like Father Gabriel being brought into the picture it’s clear the show is restocking its Redshirts. But maybe that’s exactly the sort of lull “The Walking Dead” writers have in mind. If audiences feel like their favorite characters are safe, that’s exactly the perfect time to have them lose the ones they love – “Game of Thrones” has become a pro at this technique by this point. Still, it’s a shame Bob was the one who had to bite the metaphoric story bullet here and die because he was the least developed and easiest to lose.

-Billy Blanks is the creator of Tae Bo Fitness, the revolutionary total body fitness system that has helped millions of people around the world get in shape and feel great. • In addition, Billy’s extraordinary achievements as a world karate champion, actor, author, motivator, philanthropist and humanitarian continue to earn him acclaim. • He was born the fourth of 15 children in Erie, Pennsylvania. • Billy took his first martial arts class at age 11. • In 1975, he became the first Amateur Athletic Union Champion, a title he would earn five times. • Billy ascended to become an eighth-degree black belt in Tae Kwon Do and gained black belts in five other forms of martial arts. • He became a seven-time world karate champion, captained the U.S. karate team, won 36 gold medals in international competition and earned admission to the Karate Hall of Fame in 1982. • Billy Blanks also became the 1984 Massachusetts Golden Gloves Champion and the Tri-State Golden Gloves Champion of Champions. • Billy moved to Boston as an adult and opened his first karate studio. • Billy moved to Los Angeles in 1989 and taught classes in his home garage initially. Shortly after, he opened the Billy Blanks World Training Center in Sherman Oaks, CA. • Concurrent with his rise as a fitness expert and physical trainer to the stars, Billy has also built an impressive resume as an actor. • He has appeared in many movies including Jack and Jill, Kiss the Girls, The Last Boy Scout and The King of the Kickboxers. • On television, Billy has been seen in such episodic shows as “Sabrina, the Teenage Witch,” “The Parkers,” “Suddenly Susan,” “ER” and “Spenser: For Hire.” • He established The Billy Blanks Foundation in 1999, which was dedicated to equipping high-risk individuals with life skills that allow them to achieve their full potential. • Billy has also done notable work with the military. His work has included trips with his daughter to Iraq, Bosnia, Kosovo, Sarajevo, Greece, Africa, Germany and Italy, to work with members of the U.S. Armed Forces.


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