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Bellevue football investigation stems from 2014 incident BY ALLISON DEANGELIS BELLEVUE REPORTER

The investigation into the Bellevue High football program and allegations of illegal recruiting and

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off-season training emerged after an incident in which a volunteer trainer allegedly swore at players and challenged a student to fight, according to Bellevue School District documents.

The documents cite a December 9, 2014 incident when Tracy Ford is alleged to have called students “bitches,” challenged a student to fight and had to be separated from the student. Ford says the allega-

tions against him are false, and that the incident did not get heated until the student lashed out when Ford told him he was a good player, but a SEE FOOTBALL, 11

Sound Transit Newport alum assists in earthquake aftermath taking input on ST3 plans Board eyes November 2016 for funding measure BY BRANDON MACZ BELLEVUE REPORTER

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Sound Transit may still be waiting for authorization from the Legislature to seek $15 billion in voter-approved funding for its third set of long-range capital projects, but planning for the future of public transportation remains on schedule. The Sound Transit board last month released a draft list of potential projects it would ask voters to fund through a November 2016 ballot measure. That list will be shored up in August and the projects vetted over the next year, said Karen Kitsis, planning and project development manager for Sound Transit. Kitsis said the agency added back several projects that were removed from ST2 funding due to the recession, as well as other light rail and transit investments on the Eastside. Other interests include Eastside connectivity and supporting expansion — more maintenance facilities, services and studies — as Sound Transit looks down the road at ST4. One project would extend East Link light rail past its current ST2 stopping point in Redmond — along State SEE TRANSIT, 6

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Nepalese children relax near rubble on May 9. Around 8,500 people died in the earthquakes, and thousands more have been displaced.

Nepal needs long-term solutions, she says BY ALLISON DEANGELIS BELLEVUE REPORTER

Six days after a 7.8 magnitude earthquake struck Nepal, Katie Fischer-Price left family and friends to travel to the crumbling country where her father had died nearly 20 years prior. “I’d never done anything like this before, so it wasn’t an easy

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decision. But it was something I felt like I needed to do,” she said. “It was probably the scariest thing I’ve ever been through, though.” Fischer-Price, the daughter of late mountain climber Scott Fischer, had originally planned to visit Nepal and her father’s memorial on Mount Everest with her brother, Andy, and a documentary crew. Instead, Fischer-Price connected with two nonprofits she knew through her father’s company, and flew nearly 7,000 miles to put her skills as a

psychiatric nurse to use. During her first few weeks in Nepal, she conducted medical assessments, dropped off food supplies and assisted at a refugee camp. In one village in particular, 400 people had died and 90 percent of the homes had been destroyed. “With the monsoon approaching, there’s a fear that more damages will be caused by the flood and landslides,” said Dawa Geljen SEE EARTHQUAKE, 7

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Man receives 9-year sentence for Report: Pellet Hampton Greens hash oil explosion gun led to officer-

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A man whose amateur hash oil operation caused a massive explosion and fire that tore through the Hampton Greens Apartments two years ago, leaving several injured — one later dying — was sentenced to nine years in prison on Monday. David R. Schultz, 33, and two accomplices were charged last July with endangering human life while manufacturing controlled substances, maintaining a drug involved premises and

guilty in federal court to endangering human life while manufacturing hash oil and marijuana in November 2014. They will be sentenced in July. Schultz, a marijuana dispensary operator, was using butane to make hash oil inside the KK building of

A Bellevue Police lieutenant is on administrative leave after firing at a suspect who allegedly pulled a modified pellet gun on officers responding to a domestic disturbance in the Lake Hills neighborhood on Friday night. Kevin Sahagun, 27, was driving with his girlfriend to his mother’s house on the 1200 block of 151st Avenue Southeast on Friday, when a verbal argument turned physical, according to a probable cause statement. Outside his mother’s house, Sahagun allegedly pushed his girlfriend to the ground, prompting a neighbor to call 911. Bellevue Police Lt. Andrew Popochock and another officer responded to the domestic dispute, at which time Sahagun is alleged to have pointed what appeared to be a handgun at the officers and his girlfriend, according to court documents, which add the suspect also grabbed his girlfriend and pulled her toward him after producing the weapon. The King County Investigative Response Team reports the lieutenant fired one shot that struck a parked vehicle. Sahagun allegedly dropped the pellet gun and began running from officers. He was caught several blocks



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A man convicted of causing a hash oil explosion at the Hampton Greens Apartment complex on Nov. 5, 2013, was sentenced on Monday to nine years in prison in U.S. District Court. manufacturing hash oil and marijuana, as part of the Seattle U.S. Attorney’s Office’s “Operation Shattered,” a prosecutorial crackdown

on what had been a series of hash oil explosions over several months in the region. Daniel J. Strycharske and Jesse D. Kaplan pleaded

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School district reassesses security measures

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Bill 5197 included $10 million in grants for school districts that did not have the funds for updated security measures. Districts statewide, including Seattle’s, claimed $6.3 million of the $10 million offered in grants, according to Scott Black, program development manager for the Washington Office of Superintendent of Public Instruction. In comparison, Lake Washington, Renton and Issaquah school districts did not apply for or receive 5197 funding. The Bellevue School District did not apply for or receive any 5197 funding because of the district’s preexisting plans for remodeling, said deVita. Funding will not factor into the future security plans, she added. “It really depends on how well these items fit into the strategy or vision we put in place,” said deVita. “That being said, I can say that security is a key factor we consider as schools are being redesigned and rebuilt.”

County hosting teleworking seminar for Eastside employers

King County will provide a free session that educates Eastside employers about its metro workplace strategy program, WorkSmart, 11:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. Wednesday, June 17, at The Summit Building in Bellevue. WorkSmart shows employers how teleworking and offering flexible work hours benefits their businesses by improving productivity, reducing absenteeism, cutting overhead costs and improving employee recruitment and retention. The WorkSmart session on Wednesday will provide these strategies to Eastside employers. A complimentary lunch will also be provided. Parking cost is $11. The first 25 to register receive a $10 coffee card. RSVP by emailing

Police looking for armed felon

Bellevue Police are warning the public to be on the lookout for a possibly armed felon who eluded officers following a domestic disturbance response on May 31. Carlos Vasquez-Castillo, 22, had been involved in a dispute with his ex-girlfriend, but fled from officers in a vehicle he later abandoned, according to a news release. He is believed to have been armed with a handgun during the incident. Police encourage anyone who sees Vasquez-Castillo Vasquez-Castillo or knows of his whereabouts to call 911 or CrimeStoppers at 1-800222-TIPS. CrimeStoppers is offering a $500 reward for information that leads to an arrest.

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Six cyclists die over last twelve months


he League of American Bicyclists recently named Washington the nation’s top ranked “Bicycle Friendly State” for the eighth straight year. “Bicycling plays an important role in Washington’s quality of life; it gives Washingtonians a viable transportation option, encourages a healthy lifestyle and lowers our individual carbon footprint while supporting our local economies through bicycle tourism,” said Gov. Jay Inslee, who officially proclaimed last month as Bike Month in Washington. “Being again named the most bike-friendly state inspires us to continue building on the progress we’ve made,” he said. While that press-release statement is all well and good, we can’t emphasize this enough: bicyclists and cars need to work together, pay attention to each other and share the road. It sounds like it would be easy to accomplish with the multitude of bike lanes and “sharrows” out there and people with smart heads on their shoulders, but accidents happen. People aren’t always watching out for each other because they’re in a hurry or talking on the phone while driving, or with bicyclists taking chances while cycling alongside drivers and assuming that everyone can see each other. There are more bicyclists out there on the road these days and bad things can happen in an instant. Between 2008 to 2012, an average of three bicyclists died in King County each year and 45 were severely injured in collisions with motor vehicles. The Seattle Bike Blog reports that six cyclists have died in the last 12 months in Western Washington. They include a pastor in Puyallup and a teen in Kirkland. When cyclists get hit, drivers often say, “I just did not see him” Or, “they came out of nowhere.” Cyclists as well as drivers have to stay vigilant. Cyclist should never ever assume, that drivers are watching out for them.

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To the editor Convince me to stay! A plea from a Eastside teacher A letter to State Senators Litzow and Pedersen, This is my sixth year as a teacher at Mercer Island High School. I am alumni of UW and WWU; a lover of the Northwest and a life-long resident of the Puget Sound, living in the 43rd District. Lately, however, I have been reconsidering my options, as my income has basically been flat over this time. Educators do receive yearly step movements that bring in a few more dollars a month, but that has been offset by increased payments towards health care. When I compared my options between Seattle and our rival city to the south, I was stunned. If I were working in Portland Public Schools this year, I would be making $4,682 more, about an 8.2 percent increase. If I were to add my fiancé to my health care costs, on Mercer Island, the monthly bill would be roughly $600. In Portland, the max out of pocket is $122. What does this get to? The bottom line is that I would make more dollars in Oregon. King County’s current median home cost is about $420,000, while Portland’s is $310,000. Looking at several indicators, the overall cost of living comparison is that King County is about 20 percent more expensive than our Southern neighbors.

Most people that see these numbers just say, “Wow! Why don’t you move now?” There is a part of me that wants to move. A move out of Washington State would give me the ability to achieve much greater financial security as a classroom teacher. But this is home. I really want to be able to stay near friends and family. I want to live near the mountains and waters that I know. I want to root for the Sounders, not the Timbers! From what I have seen, the funding increase for educator’s salaries isn’t very convincing. A 4.8 percent COLA proposed by the House and a 3 percent COLA proposed by the Senate are barely enough to keep up with inflation. These figures definitely fall short of meeting the needs of young families trying to establish themselves in this rapidly changing economy. At this point, I need you to convince me to stay. Convince me that the Puget Sound cares about educators. Convince me that you want a vibrant, diverse community with all sorts of workers and economic sectors. Convince me that you believe in investing in our community and our communities’ futures. Convince me to stay.

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Find out how to join in relief efforts for Nepal After reading Taylor Caldwell’s letter to the editor (http://www. m i - re p or t e r. c om / opi n i on / l e t -

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Man allegedly films women in Bellevue College restroom

A man wearing a pink wig was allegedly caught shooting video of women using the restroom with his cellphone at Bellevue College back in January, according to the Bellevue Police Department. Robert Whitehead, 39, is alleged to have admitted to voyeurism, and a search of his iPhone revealed three women

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Thursday, June 4 9:12 a.m. — The door to a ’96 Toyota 4-Runner was reported pried open on the 4400 block of 106th Avenue Northeast and the ignition punched (an illegal attempt to start a vehicle). 11:06 a.m. — A resident on the 2800 block of 139th Avenue Southeast reported someone threw a rock through their French doors, but it did not appear anyone tried to enter the home. 12:42 p.m. — A clothing store in Bellevue Square reported two men stole several bras. 1:08 p.m. — A cellphone and wallet were reported stolen at the Newport Way Library on the 14000 block of Southeast Newport Way. 3:04 p.m. — A business owner on the 1600 block of Bellevue Way Southeast reported her Louis Vitton

purse stolen, and her bank informed her someone had tried to use her debit card. 4:34 p.m. — Two iPads were reported stolen from a business on the 12600 block of Southeast 41st Place. 4:56 p.m. — A patron of a bar on the 3700 block of Factoria Boulevard Southeast reported her wallet had been stolen from her purse the night before. She needed a police report to provide an airline due to her license being stolen in order to return to Texas. 8:54 p.m. — A resident on the 15600 block of Southeast 24th Street reported an ongoing issue of her neighbor stealing her plants from over their adjoining fence, adding she has surveillance video.

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Saturday, June 6 7:58 a.m. — An EAA Witness Hunter 10MM/ RO pistol was reported stolen from a vehicle on the 600 block of 165th Avenue Northeast. 12:51 p.m. — A woman at the intersection of Northup Way and 120th Avenue Northeast reported police

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handing over his cellphone. Whitehead was taken into custody and a search warrant was later granted for his vehicle and cellphone. Three women at Bellevue College — between 19 and 20 years old — were found to have been filmed using the restroom and another victim at Rainier Square Plaza was also identified, according to documents. The Rainier case was the oldest, allegedly occurring in December 2014. A pink wig was allegedly found under Whitehead’s front passenger seat, near a yellow one.

left the restroom, allegedly followed shortly by Whitehead. According to charging documents, two of the women followed Whitehead as he approached his vehicle while the other alerted security. Police found a security vehicle blocking Whitehead’s car at the parking garage exit, according to court documents, and a security officer reported confiscating the Sammamish man’s cellphone after he got into his car and removed his wig. The security officer reported Whitehead seemed to be deleting photos prior to



had been filmed from under bathroom stalls at Bellevue College and another at the Rainier Square Plaza Safeway in Seattle, according a probable cause affidavit included with four charges against Whitehead for voyeurism. He is scheduled to appear in King County Superior Court later today. Three women were in a college restroom around 1 p.m. Jan. 8, when one reported seeing an iPhone directed at her from under an adjoining stall, where a man wearing a pink wig was sitting, according to a news release. The women


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Church one step away from affordable housing approval

St. Luke’s Lutheran Church’s plan to construct an affordable housing complex on its Bellevue Way property has the go-ahead from the planning commission, its last hurdle being the city council. The church and nonprofit Imagine Housing partnered a year ago to develop a plan for providing 50-58 affordable housing units at the church, which is currently zoned for single-family residences. It will take an amendment to Bellevue’s comprehensive plan and a rezoning of the St. Luke’s property for multifamily residences for the project


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George” was allegedly checking her wiping, reporting three such occasions when this happened. Puesta del Sol trains staff that a bathroom door must be left open when assisting students and help is to be provided verbally from the doorway. If a teacher must enter the bathroom, they are required to inform the classroom teacher and wear gloves, according to court documents. The lead teacher for the class-

room reported to police she also once found Garrido in the girls bathroom with another student — age 4 — allegedly wiping the inside of her thigh while her pants and underwear were pulled down. A police report states the parents of the second student did not wish to assist with the investigation. Garrido was booked into the King County Jail last Wednesday and bail was set at $40,000.

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Dawa Geljen Sherpa was friends with Scott Fischer and has known Fischer-Price since she was a child. They are pictured on a trek after the first earthquake.

Sada Adams was nominated for Outstanding Actress in a Supporting Role for her performace as Sister Margaretta , Caetlyn Conklin received an honorable mention in the Outstanding Actress category for her role as Else and Chloe Bechtold received an honorable mention in the Outstanding Actor or Actress in a Non-Singing role category for her role as Frau Schmidt in Sammamish High School’s performance of ‘The Sound of Music.’ Connor McKenna received an honorable mention for his role as Clayton in Newport High School’s production of ‘Tarzan,’ which also received honorable mentions in the direction, costume design, and lobby display categories.

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whole different way, and I’m thankful for that,” said Fischer-Price. “Not only do I feel like I’m getting to know this country, but I feel like I’m getting to know my dad in his world a little bit more.” Katie and Andy Fischer-Price are continuing to fundraise. More information can be found at

Anirudh Prakash, an 8th grader at Odle Middle School, became the National Middle School Champion-Gold Medal in the History of Science category at the National History Bee in Louisville, KY. Prakash, a first timer, also scored in the top four in the Ancient History category and and qualified for the International History Olympiad for two years.

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The Sparc Apartments will have 309 apartment units — spread over five buildings, ranging from three to five floors — sited on a 110,000-square-foot lot in the Spring District. Units will range from studios to three-bedroom townhomes with more than 1,700 square feet of space. “The development will feature a diverse mix of unit styles and interior finishes to attract the discerning and varied Eastside community,” said John Marasco, chief development officer for Security Properties, in a statement. “Our apartments are also larger than average, because we think that’s what this population wants: a place to live long-term in a great


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Newport High teen throws charity prom culinary students will cater the meal, the school jazz combo will be perform and students across the school have donated more than a hundred dresses. Students and locals also contributed $400 in cash and over $2,200 online, bringing the event close to Chan’s initial $3,000 goal.


While Bellevue students are spending hundreds of dollars on dresses, tuxes, limos and expensive meals, one Newport student will be giving back to others by organizing a charity prom for a local shelter. “I thought it would be kind of fitting for the time, because that’s when a lot of high school proms are going on and a lot of money is being spent on ourselves and our dates,” said Isaac Chan. “I wanted to put together a special night for other people.” Chan has partnered with Hope Place, a Seattle shelter run by the Union Gospel Mission where he had done mission work, to throw a prom for around 90 women and 50 children in the shelter. Volunteers will provide hairstyling, makeup and manicures for attendees at no cost before they experience a three-course dinner, desserts, dancing, and a photo booth. A day

“A lot of the cash donations came in from friends of mine seeing me in the hall and saying ‘I don’t have much, but here’s ten dollars,’” said Chan. “Promless for Hope Place” will take place Saturday, a week after Chan went to his own prom. The event and what he has learned

from organizing it changed his outlook on prom, he said. “I decided to go to prom this year, but I’m making a conscious effort to cut back,” Chan said. “Why would I pay $80 on a limo with my friends that could feed 10 people dinner for a night instead?”

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Newport High School senior Isaac Chan is putting together a charity prom night for those staying at a local Seattle shelter. care will also be set up for the 30 younger children, so their mothers can enjoy the evening. While Chan began setting up this event on his own,

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for transparency. Popochock fatally shot a suicidal 41-year-old man, who was allegedly threatening a family member with a knife, in July 2007. The Bellevue Police Department reported at the time that was Popochock’s first involvement in a police shooting. An inquest was ordered, and the shooting was found to be justified. In his time with the department, he also has been a firearms instructor, range master and field training officer. Sahagun was arrested on one count each of third-degree assault and fourth-degree assault (domestic violence) and his second court appearance was Wednesday at the King County Courthouse.



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bad teammate. “There was never any bullying or harassment,” Ford said. “I’ve never done that, ever, in my professional career or as a player. That’s just not how we do things.” Players, who were present at the meeting, said coaches did give constructive criticism to certain players, but the situation has been blown out of proportion. The district had previously investigated the incident and allegations of unauthorized facilities, that Ford has represented himself as a coach with Bellevue High School and that he directed athletes toward Bellevue High School on several occasions over the past two years. District Athletics and Activities Director Jeff Lowell initially prohibited Ford’s access to district property for a year beginning on January 26, 2015. In one incident recorded in Bellevue School District emails, an administrative assistant wrote that she had received a call from the parents of a Lakeside School student who wished to speak to a Bellevue coach about their son potentially playing football at Bellevue. “He told me Tracy Ford said he should check out Bellevue because they are looking for some big players,” Senior Administrative Assistant Tanja Jones wrote in an email to Bellevue High School Principal Scott Powers, Lowell and others. “It’s absurd that someone would say that,” Ford said. “I train kids from O’Dea, New-

handed game suspensions on June 3, after investigations into illegal recruiting and offseason training. Off-season training was found to have been conducted by a private company, Ford Sports, and players were encouraged and directed to participate in the training, according to a district statement. Both Ford and Airhart were prohibited from renting any district facilities or accessing district property, and Ford Sports’ relationship with the district was terminated, according to a letter they received on June 4. Ford and members of the football team said that no students were told to report to Ford Sports for off-season training. Several Bellevue players did workout at the gym, but paid out of pocket and did so out of choice, they said. The investigation also found Goncharoff gave money for food and rent to the family of a long-time player that was undergoing financial hardship, according to Bellevue School District spokeswoman Elizabeth Sytman. That action is in direct violation of WIAA regulations, which define illegal recruiting as including special inducements

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For the fourth consecutive year, the Bellevue Wolverines boys track and field team reigned supreme. The Wolverines compiled 58 team points, capturing its fourth Class 3A boys track title in a row on May 30 at the Class 3A state track meet in Tacoma. O’Dea finished in a distant second place with 41 points. The 400-meter relay team — consisting of Sam Richmond, Isaiah Gilchrist, Jack Richmond and Benaiah Ellington — took first place with a time of 42.70. The 1600-meter relay team of Jack Richmond, Rezhaun Henderson, Ellington and Gilchrist nabbed first place with a time of 3:22.69. Tyson Penn earned Class 3A titles in the high jump and triple jump. Sam Richmond attained third place in the 110 hurdles and sixth place in long jump. Gilchrist also nabbed fifth place in the 400. The tradition of excellence on the track doesn’t escape the thoughts of the athletes on the Wolverines squad. “Our tradition is very important. We have won it the past few years,” Sam Richmond said on the second day of the state track meet on May 29. “The guys on this

team know how hard the people before us worked to win these titles. Now we got to go do the same thing. We just got to go out and do it.” The Wolverines walked away with its fourth consecutive title a little more than 24 hours after Richmond’s statement. Richmond said the strength of the Wolverines roster was in sprints, jumps and relays. The senior believes team camaraderie is what drives the Wolverines track program. “We have a really strong bond. Usually you don’t see that in track and field as much as you see it in football or basketball,” Richmond said. “We go out there every day like it’s a team sport because we know the most important thing is to win, not just as an individua,l but to go out there and win as a team. We like to go out there with the mindset and mentality that — no matter what I need — to do my best not just for myself but for my team. That’s why we come out on top.” Newport senior Julia Sliwoski collected a seventh place finish in the Class 4A javelin finals. Sammamish’s Nick Martin finished in fourth place in the Class 2A 3200 and teammate Conor Lanning captured seventh in the 800. Shaun Scott: 424-453-5045;

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Pan clinches berth at U.S. Open BY SHAUN SCOTT BELLEVUE REPORTER

With a berth in the 2015 U.S. Open Championship golf tournament at Chambers Bay on the line, Bellevue resident ChengTsung Pan came through in the clutch. Pan, who golfed for the University of Washington from 2011 through 2015, captured first place on June 8 at the USGA Sectional at Tumble Creek Golf Course near Cle Elum to qualify for the U.S. Open. Pan shot a combined 138 during the two rounds of play. He shot a 69 in the first round and a 69 in the second round. Scottsdale resident Richard Lee and Lakewood’s Troy Kelly collected the two final spots at the U.S. Open, qualifying with identical scores of 139. Only three of the 50 golfers in attendance at the USGA Sectional at Tumble Creek punched their tickets to the U.S. Open. The tournament will take place from June 18 through June 21 at Chambers Bay in University Place.

Chambers Bay is just a short 45-mile trek from the University of Washington campus where Pan starred during his collegiate years. Not many golfers have the opportunity to compete on the grand stage, let alone in the state they reside in just an hour drive from their home. Pan doesn’t have to board a plane and will get to sleep in the friendly confines of his own residence while the majority of competitors will make the trip from all over the world for arguably the most coveted golf tournament of the calendar year. That advantage is something that can’t be understated or denied. When Pan tees off in just six days on the shores of the Puget Sound it will be an opportunity of a lifetime. It may be Pan’s third appearance in the U.S. Open, but this appearance by far figures to be the most memorable tournament of his life on the links at this juncture. I wouldn’t be surprised if one of the best young golfers in the world rises to the occasion.

Vikings soccer squad earns second BY SHAUN SCOTT BELLEVUE REPORTER

A season for the ages came to a close for the Bellevue Christian Vikings boys soccer team in the Class 1A state title game. After 80 minutes of play in regulation and two fiveminute overtime sessions, the outcome of the state championship came down to a penalty kick shootout to break a 1-1 tie. Highland outscored Bellevue Christian 5-4 in the overtime shootout, earning a 2-1 victory on May 30 at Sunset Chev Stadium in Sumner. Bellevue Christian head coach Dave Westburg said both teams came into the game with undefeated records and the game was evenly matched in every way. “It was a tough loss. We played a very talented and skilled Highland team. It was a great all around game,” Westburg said. The Vikings got on the board first when Riley Browne scored in the 43rd minute, giving Bellevue Christian a 1-0 lead. Browne scored the goal after the ball was deflected by Vikings’ senior Ricky Hatate. Highland tied the game at 1-1 off a corner kick with less than two minutes left in regulation to force overtime. Bellevue Christian connected on its first four

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LITTLE BOOK WORMS: Every Wedneday through August 5, 11 a.m., The Bravern, 11111 N.E. 8th St. Ste 5. Stories, songs, and snacks for young children every Wednesday 11:00am - Noon by the fireplace on the second level of Building Two as part of a partnership with the Seattle Nanny Network. For more information, contact Jill Covey at or 425-803-9511.


Thursday of every month, 7 p.m., Bellevue First United Methodist Church, 1934 108th Avenue N.E. PFLAG Bellevue/Eastside is a support and advocacy group, uniting members of the LGBTQ community with friends, families, and allies. Our monthly meetings offer support and education in a safe, confidential, and welcoming atmosphere. For more information, contact or 425-483-6642.



STROLLIN’ TO FIGHT SIDS: 10:30 a.m., Newport High School 4333 Factoria Blvd. S.E. Strollin’ to Fight SIDS is a 5K “stroll” to raise awareness about Sudden Infant Death Syndrome (SIDS) and Other Sleep-related Infant Death and raise funds for research. For more information, contact Cynthia Reher at info@ or 425-894-3143.


Resort, 560 West Lake Sammamish Pkwy. S.E. Vasa Park’s Midsummer Festival is a traditional Scandinavian family celebration of the start of summer. The traditions at Vasa Park’s Midsummer Festival include a parade of costumed folk dancers and musicians, a folk danc-

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PUBLIC NOTICES Sound Transit, located at 401 S. Jackson St. Seattle, WA 98104, is seeking coverage under the Washington State Department of Ecology’s Construction Stormwater NPDES and State Waste Discharge General Permit. The proposed project, E330 East Link Extension – Downtown Bellevue Tunnels is located in the City of Bellevue. East Link contract E330 will construct approximately 2,235 feet of the Downtown Bellevue Tunnel (DBT), consisting of approximately 250 feet of cut and cover tunnel and 1,985 feet of tunnel using the Sequential Excavation Method (SEM) in the City of Bellevue. Stormwater will be discharged indirectly through City of Bellevue storm drainage into Sturtevant Creek. Any persons desiring to present their views to the Washington State Department of Ecology regarding this application, or interested in Ecology’s action on this application, may notify Ecology in writing no later than 30 days of the last date of publication of this notice. Ecology reviews public comments and considers whether discharges from this project would cause a measurable change in receiving water quality, and, if so, whether the project is necessary and in the overriding public interest according to Tier II antidegradation requirements under WAC 173201A-320. Comments can be submitted to: Department of Ecology Attn: Water Quality Program, Construction Stormwater P.O. Box 47696, Olympia, WA 98504-7696 Published in Bellevue Reporter on June 12, 2015 amd June 19, 2015. #1345137. Cribmates Holdings LLC, 7525 SE 24th St, Ste 487, Mercer Island, WA, is seeking coverage under the Washington State Department of Ecology’s Construction Stormwater NPDES and State Waste Discharge General Permit. The proposed project,

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Current Employment Opportunities at SOCIAL MEDIA PRODUCER (Everett, WA)

The Daily Herald, a division of Sound Publishing Inc., is seeking a Social Media Producer to take our social media efforts to the next level and help grow our digital audience in Snohomish County, Washington. The ideal candidate is knowledgeable and passionate about social media, with professional experience on platforms such as Facebook, Twitter, Instagram and Pinterest, preferably for a media website. You need journalism experience, excellent writing skills and strong news judgment. If you’re the right candidate, you know how to optimize a Web headline for SEO and social engagement, and you know how to use analytics to influence your decisions. You’ll be part of our newsroom team, collaborating with reporters and editors to maximize the reach of our content. You’ll also collaborate with other departments on company initiatives to promote The Herald and its various products and grow our overall audience. Responsibilities: • Lead day-to-day efforts on The Herald’s growing portfolio of with staff writers or blogging and aggregating on your own. social channels. • Track success through engagement rates, growth statistics and • Help our writers and editors package stories for social channels other metrics. and audiences. • Participate in live coverage of news events using social tools. • Set best practices and tone of voice for The Herald’s social channels. • Integrate with Herald marketing and audience development • Monitor trending topics and act on that information by communicating teams to help with broader company aims in social media. Desired skills and experience: • 3-5 years of professional experience in journalism-related social media. Proven track record running social for media outlets or brands preferred. The ability to exercise sound judgment is an absolute must. • Extensive knowledge of mainstream and emerging social channels. • Ability to track your own success and justify decisions with numbers.

• Familiarity with Snohomish County and the Puget Sound area. • Experience with SEO/SEM, paid social advertising, or email marketing a plus. • Experience using professional Web publishing tools, photo editing and video editing a plus.

We offer a competitive compensation and benefits package including health insurance, paid time off (vacation, sick, and holidays), and 401K (currently with an employer match). To apply, please send a cover letter, resume and examples of your work to, ATTN: SMP Sound Publishing is an Equal Opportunity Employer (EOE) and strongly supports diversity in the workplace. Check out our website to find out more about us!

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