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Van crashes into business Ballot

full to
By Ray Miller-Still and accelerated into DeVol the crash.

Editor Racing Equipment, going According to Enumclaw
through not just the cement Police Department Sgt. Jon
Ted DeVol has been moto- outer wall but the drywall on Buss, it appears the acceler-
cross racing for 35 years. the inside. ator got stuck, causing the
But when a van pummeled Miraculously, no one was crash.
into his business on the hurt — according to DeVol, The van was extracted from By Kevin Hanson
corner of Stevenson and his employee who works the building over the week- Senior Writer
Garrett in Enumclaw, he said in the shipping area where end, and a more thorough
he “never had an adrenaline the van crashed into had left investigation is expected. Plateau voters find
rush like that.” for the day just 10 minutes DeVol said he’s going to themselves on the hot
At approximately 3:36 earlier. have to move some of his seat during this general
p.m. on Oct. 18, a large The driver, Bradley Shupe, operations around, but According to the Enumclaw Police Department, it appears election season, charged
white van left the Starbucks was also unharmed, though doesn’t expect to have to the van’s accelerator was stuck, taking it through the with everything from
parking lot across the street he declined to comment on close. wall of DeVol Racing Equipment. Photo by Ray Miller-Still sending someone to
Congress to deciding
the fiscal fate of a large
library system, from

Child shot when Buckley’s ‘Queen of Halloween’

sorting through a hand-
ful of state measures to a
few lethargic legislative

thrown gun goes off races.

Whatever voters
decide, they have until
8 p.m. on Election Day,
the child was already Nov. 6, to make their
The family was receiving medical care. feelings known.
having a barbecue According to the police There are several
report, the mother, her items of interest shared
when they heard boyfriend, and two young among residents on
coyotes nearby and boys were at East Lake both sides of the White
decided to leave. for an afternoon barbe- River, in King and Pierce
cue, and heard a pack counties, on the hill and
of coyotes near where in the valley.
By Ray Miller-Still they had set up later that First among those
Editor evening. is the race in the 8th
“[The adults] were Congressional District,
A Wilkeson child was scared by how close the where Dave Reichert is
accidentally shot earlier coyotes were and decided slipping into retirement
this month while his to leave” and began load- and both major political
family was attempting ing their vehicle, Troy- parties are opening their
to avoid contact with er’s report stated. “While checkbooks in hopes of
coyotes. loading the car, [the getting their candidate
On Oct. 14, Pierce mother] grabbed the rifle elected.
County Sheriff ’s Depart- and threw it into the back The sprawling district
ment deputies were storage area of the vehi- Renata Beauchamp, longtime takes in the eastern
dispatched around 8:15 cle. [She] heard the rifle Buckley resident, has been portions of both King
p.m. to the Wilkeson fire discharge and [the son] growing her collection of and Pierce counties and
station following a call began screaming.” Halloween decorations for 15 crosses the Cascades
from a mother saying she The son was shot in the years. The self-stylized “Queen to include Chelan and
accidentally shot her 9 lower back; the mother of Halloween” constructs new Kittitas counties. That’s
year-old son with a .22 applied pressure to the scenes every year, with many of a lot of turf and calls for
caliber rifle while they wound until the boyfriend hr ideas stemming from visitors a candidate to represent
were at East Lake. started the car. who stop at her home to everyone from
The mother was driving They started driving to admire her holiday spirit. You
to the fire station during the fire station because can see all her decorations by See BALLOT, Page 4
the call, said Detective Ed they were concerned heading south on Mundy Loss
Troyer, who was one of the about how long it would Road, right past state Route
reporting deputies. 410. Photos by Ray Miller-Still
When troopers arrived, See SHOT, Page 4

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Council addresses increased collection fees

By Kevin Hanson of garbage, recycling and week. to dump trash at the King much of the supply. As a it comes to revising its
Senior Writer yard waste. The ordinance calls for County-owned transfer result, cities and towns rates.
Members of the City new fees to take effect Jan. station. have been hit with an 81 “I suspect that every-
A handful of factors, Council heard a report 1, 2019. But even more dramatic percent increase when body is going to see signif-
some regional and some during their Oct. 8 meet- A number of impacts is the impact from China’s it comes to getting rid of icant rate increases to
stemming from deci- ing, passed an ordinance conspired to cause Enum- so-called “National recyclable materials. reflect these additional
sions made an ocean on first reading and were claw to consider the rate Sword.” China was long a Jeff Lincoln, the city’s costs,” he told the council.
away, prompted the city expected to formally adopt increase. The first is a home for American recy- pubic works director, The primary cause,
of Enumclaw to propose a new rate structure when 4.6 percent hike in the clables, but that nation noted that Enumclaw
new rates for collection they gathered earlier this amount it costs the city suddenly quit accepting certainly isn’t alone when See FEES, Page 5

Bonney Lake to vote on part-time assistant for historical society

By Ray Miller-Still tentatively agreed to a part- agreement.
Editor time paid position that “We’ll evaluate it, like
would assist the society in everything else,” Johnson
It seems likely the city of various ways. replied. “This first year will
Bonney Lake will be giving “I think this is something be very exciting — there will
its area historical society a that is very important,” be ups and downs…. I think
hand — or rather, two. Johnson said. this is a great place to start.”
On Oct. 16, the Bonney Councilman Dan Historical society
Lake City Council sat down Swatman also voiced his members agree this is a
to discuss a proposed support, adding that the fine jumping-off point, but
interlocal agreement with agreement is not set in made it clear this is not
the Greater Bonney Lake stone, and if it appears the their end goal.
Historical Society, which historical society is not a “The main thing is,
has been the area’s sole worthwhile investment, it this person moves us
caretaker of Bonney Lake’s can be changed or dropped. one step closer to getting
heritage for 17 years. Councilman Tom Watson a museum,” said Glenn
The historic society said he had some concerns Taylor, society member.
reached out to the coun- The interlocal agreement between the city of Bonney Lake and the Greater Bonney Lake and wanted more of a Although the historical
cil and the public at large Historical Society, if approved, would have a $30,000 budget. Photo by Ray Miller-Still transition period to deter- society has space in the
last spring, because eight mine more exactly what Public Works Center to
prominent members were Without increased aid in dissolve, members said. with Mayor Neil Johnson the needs of the historic store much of its historical
moving outside of the area one form or another, the Since then, the soci- to figure out what help society are, but concluded
by the end of the summer. nonprofit would likely ety has been meeting would look like, and have he will vote to approve the See SOCIETY, Page 5

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Ballot pollution, promote clean energy, and

address climate impacts.”
The Pierce County Library System Share and learn at
MakerFest event
• I-1634 is the so-called soda tax that is asking voters to support a lid lift,
From Page 1 proponents say is necessary to prevent adding 10 cents to the present tax rate.
expansion of the tax to food. By title, it Without it, district administrators warn
Carbonado to Wenatchee. “would prohibit new or increased local of reduced service and the closure to
Reichert served the district in Wash- taxes, fees, or assessments on raw or two or three branches throughout the Enjoy building, creat- technology, robotics,
ington, D.C., for 14 years. Now, voters processed foods or beverages.” county. ing, crafting, coding and homesteading, health,
are tasked with choosing between • I-1639 stirs emotions on both sides Both these measures were covered more at MakerFest. upcycling, emergency
Republican Dino Rossi, a real-estate of the nation’s great gun debate. This in articles appearing in the Couri- The event is from 10 preparedness, science
investor and former state senator, and statewide initiative would, among er-Herald, the fire district on Oct. 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Saturday, and many more. Exhibit
Democrat Kim Schrier, a pediatrician other things, “require increased back- and the library district on Oct. 17. Nov. 3, at the Washington booths will feature
and first-time candidate. ground checks, training, age limita- Also in Pierce County, voters will State Fair Event Center hands-on activities
Voters also will decide who tions, and waiting periods for sales decide a trio of charter amendments in Puyallup. The Pierce to help people learn
represents them in the U.S. Senate, or delivery of semiautomatic assault and pick someone for the Pierce County Library System, do-it-yourself processes.
choosing between incumbent Demo- rifles.” County Council who will represent Puyallup Public Library, Attendees can use
crat Maria Cantwell and Republican • I-940 puts a microscope on police the eastern portion of the county. Tacoma Public Library a bicycle to blend a
challenger Susan Hutchison. activity and “would require law Incumbent Dan Roach will be exiting and Timberland Library smoothie, test artifi-
Citizens throughout the region also enforcement to receive violence de-es- due to term limits; replacing him will are partnering to present cial intelligence, and
will determine who represents them calation, mental-health, and first-aid be either Democrat Lorra Jackson or the free, all-ages event. try their hand at game
in Olympia, making their 31st Legis- training, and provide first-aid; and Republican Dave Morell. “This is a true commu- design. Robot battles
lative District choices for the state change standards for use of deadly The most contentious race in Pierce nity event. People of will take place through-
Senate and both seats in the House of force, adding a “good faith” standard County, however, is for prosecuting all ages come together out the day and a photo
Representatives. and independent investigation.” attorney. Incumbent Mark Lindquist and share and learn as a booth with celebrity
Surviving the primary were all three Additionally, state voters have the and former department employee community,” said Pierce exhibitors including Star
Republican incumbents – Phil Fortu- opportunity to cast an advisory vote Mary Robnett are locked in a heated County Library Executive Wars’ R2D2 will also be
nato in the Senate and Morgan Irwin on a Senate bill that extended oil spill battle. Director Georgia Lomax. available.
and Drew Stokesbary in the House. response and administration taxes MakerFest features Visit
The Democratic opponent in the to crude oil or petroleum products PUT BALLOTS IN MAIL OR nearly 50 exhibitors for more information.
Senate race is Immaculate Ferreria; received by pipeline. The tax was including arts and crafts,
opposing Stokesbary for the Position 1 extended without a vote of the people;
House seat is Victoria Mena and taking November’s vote is non-binding. DROP OFF
on Irwin in District 2 is Mark Boswell.

Aside from putting ballots in the
mailbox (they must be postmarked
by Nov. 8), ballots can be dropped off
Shot child is expected to make
a full recovery, Troyer
at official sites throughout King and From Page 1 The case has been
MEASURES A pair of local taxing districts have Pierce counties. forwarded to the Pierce
If the four measures on the state- placed measures before voters, each In King County, the only local drop take an ambulance to County Prosecutor’s
wide ballot, there’s one thing in seeking cash above and beyond what box is found at the Enumclaw library. get to their location, the Office to determine
common: all are complex issues capa- is allowed without a mandate of the In Pierce County, drop boxes are report reads. charges, if any, will be
ble of stirring legitimate debate and people. at the park-and-ride lot on Sky Island According to Troyer, made.
inspired, partisan passion. East Pierce Fire and Rescue is Drive in Bonney Lake; at the Buckley both the mother and The Courier-Herald
• According to its ballot title, Initia- proposing a bond issue capped at $80 library; at the fire station in South Prai- her boyfriend smelled of does not release names
tive 1631 “would charge pollution fees million, all earmarked for new fire rie; and outside town hall in Wilkeson. alcohol when they were until charging papers are
on sources of greenhouse gas pollut- stations, land and equipment deemed Drop boxes will be available until 8 interviewed. filed.
ants and use the revenue to reduce necessary to protect the sprawling p.m. Nov. 6. As of last weekend, the


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Dave Hauge
‘went ham’ cans (20 or 32 gallons) Another factor in arriv- those with 96-gallon carts
on a 347 should be paying more, ing at new disposal rates will see their rate drop
pound while those with larger was actually considering to $43.18, about $9 per
pumpkin From Page 3 cans (64 or 96 gallons) the cost of handling recy- month less;
at Olson’s should be paying less. clables. “Right now, it’s all • for commercial
Meats and he reiterated, is China’s Also, Searcy said, kind of rolled into the cost customers, all will see their
Smokehouse. “wholesale rejection of “commercial customers of operation that shows up monthly rate decrease,
His creation paper and other goods that are subsidizing residen- on the garbage bill,” Searcy but they will incur a new
took were being shipped from tial collection to a certain said. (non-mandatory) fee for
him (and the United States.” extent.” So, what will custom- recycling. Unlike residen-
Pumpkin Pup How much more should Searcy reminded the ers be paying come Jan. 1, tial customers, businesses
Lucy) over Enumclaw’s residential council that, when the assuming the ordinance will not be required to
five hours and commercial custom- city stormwater utility received a final council recycle; if they do, they will
to complete. ers expect to pay when the was created a year ago blessing Monday night? pay the same fee as resi-
It’s available new year rolls around? it was found residential • residents with a dential users.
to see at the The financial impacts users had been subsidiz- 20-gallon mini-cart will All things consid-
shop off SR “are larger to some ing commercial custom- pay $25.68 per month, or ered, residential charges
164 north of customers than others,” ers, something that was almost $7 more than the look to jump about 13.2
City Administrator Chris addressed during the current rate; percent after factoring
Searcy said when he began rate-setting process. • residents with a in a $1 monthly increase
his report to the council. “If were going to hold to 32-gallon cart will pay for compost. Commer-
Providing some histor- that argument of customer $28.45, or about $4 more; cial customers should see
ical context, Searcy noted equity, we feel it’s import- • residents with a a decrease of 6.8 percent
the city used to make ant to point that out,” he 64-gallon cart will pay (with desired recycling
increases across the board, said. $35.81, about $3 less, and being a separate issue).

Resource Center during hitting all customers the


open periods (Monday same when a rate hike was
through Wednesdays proposed.
from 9 a.m. to noon, and “We haven’t really
From Page 3 other days upon request), looked at the true cost of
assist with historical the container service,”
items, little is out on research and grant writ- he said. That changed
display. ing, manage gift shop this year when the city
With the help of this sales, provide general studied all the numbers
new part-time employee, visitor support, and help and arrived at a “cost of
however, Winona Jacob- facilitate and develop service” rate structure.
sen said the society hopes exhibits, tours and special The bottom line, Searcy
to expand the current events, and more. said, was that the city’s
displays, which includes This person would Solid Waste Division
Bonney Lake’s famous also serve as a liaison needed about 8 percent
Alfred and Elma Milotte for other community more in the way of annual
— who worked with service groups, like the revenues. Admitting Handheld
Walt Disney himself on
a number of nature films
Bonney Lake Kiwanis, the
Lions Club, the Veter-
the proposed increase
outpaces inflation, he
and won six Academy an’s Memorial Commit- added, “given all the Low
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‘Art of the Deal’ LETTERS TO THE EDITOR the character of those who are support-
ing Dr. Kim Schrier’s opponent and
maybe this is the type of individuals

gives insight Enumclaw voters to restore funding. We unani-

that he attracts, God help us.
I’d like to see you have the courage
development: a poem mously told library leaders that they to face me rather than sneak around

into president’s Little boxes on the farmland

must ask voters to restore funding and
stop cutting. It has been 12 years since
voters were asked to support a levy for
in the dark to support your candidate,
that’s a story in itself. You must be one
of the 1 percent who doesn’t depend

mind And they’re all made out of

Little boxes, little boxes
the Library.
Proposition 1 restores books and
much more. The library levy keeps all
upon Social Security and Medicare
to survive, but many of your neigh-
bors do, and that is why I support
And they all look just the same. 20 libraries open, supports 1.5 million Dr. Schrier. Why do you support her

y style of deal-making is quite There’a a beige one and a beige one books, e-books and other materials, opponent?
simple and straightforward. I And there’s even a gray one and funds classes and events. Without Dan Carpita
aim very high, Little boxes, little boxes the restored levy, the Library will have Enumclaw
and then I just keep push- And they all look just the same. fewer hours, books, and classes – and
ing and pushing to get Just observing what the developers close up to three libraries. As a local A close look at I-1631
what I’m after. Sometimes I are doing to Enumclaw and I think it’s realtor, I know that libraries attract
settle for less than I sought, disgusting. people to communities. This is an initiative that purportedly
but in most cases I still Randall Thomasson Please vote yes on Prop. 1 for the addresses CO2 pollution. It does this by
end up with what I want” Enumclaw Pierce County Library. creating a pollution fee which starts at
(P. 45 paperback). These Tad Navle $15 a metric ton of CO2 and increases
words, in Donald Trump’s We must support our Lake Tapps by $2 a ton plus inflation for a mini-
book, “The Art of the Deal,” RICH mum of 15 years (2035) at which time
written in 1987, reflect his ELFERS libraries a permanent fee is established based
bargaining strategy. IN FOCUS A letter to my on attainment of existing CO2 goals.
After having watched Like many of you and as a local busi- First, don’t be fooled, this is a tax on
President Trump’s negotia- nessperson, I am all about my family political sign thief all consumers of energy in Washing-
tion style for the past almost two years, his living within our means. As a member ton. Any fee on energy producers is
statements, strategy, and style are quite of Pierce County Library System’s This is an open letter to the individ- treated as an expense and passed along
closely in synch with how his ghost writer, Community Advisory Committee, I was ual who took the Dr. Kim Schrier sign to consumers, companies don’t absorb
Tony Schwartz, describes him in the book. skeptical in looking at a potential prop- from my front yard. Not only did you these fees!
Trump states, “I like thinking big. I erty tax increase. Committee members take the professionally printed sign but By my calculations, this initiative
always have.” He has certainly shown asked the Library many questions. We also the one I hand made. As I stated will generate about $15 billion over the
himself to be an “out-of-the-box” thinker were incredibly impressed with how on that one, it is illegal to remove first 15 years, if passed. This amounts
in regard to NATO, NAFTA, and North the Library System had cut and saved political signs especially on private to about $9,000 per family (1.6 million
Korea. Never mind that his actions terrify during the past decade to make ends property, it is also a statement of your family units in Washington). This
many Americans who are afraid that he is meet to serve the 600,000 people in its values personally. In case there are cost will be reflected in a significant
either way out of his element, dishonest, service area. more than one of you, to refresh your increase in the cost of a gallon of gas
or that he doesn’t understand the long- The committee questioned why the memory I live in YbarS.
term consequences of his decisions. Library System had not already asked Your actions speak volumes about See LETTERS, Page 8
Trump’s public view of the media has
changed since 1987. I include three of his
media strategies from his book:
1) “…If you are a little different, or a little
outrageous, or if you do things that are
Despite boom, expect higher taxes state leaders could possibly
be confronting a deficit and
considering taxes in such good
bold or controversial, the press is going to economic times. It’s because

write about you…. I don’t mind contro- riting the next state he proposes a budget for the to defund the transportation the method of funding state
versy…. Sometimes they [the media] budget is going to two-year period that starts July system. They are not going to government is outdated and
write positively, and sometimes they be a taxing 1, 2019. Lawmakers close state parks. They are not expanding segments of the
write negatively. But from a pure busi- experience. will consider his effort going to shut down the state economy are not taxed, he
ness point of view, the benefits of being Figuratively and in the course of draft- patrol. So they’re going to have said.
written about have far outweighed the actually. ing their own spend- to look for money from other “Our revenue system is
drawbacks.” That’s the distinct ing plan in the 105-day sources.” designed for a Model T econ-
2) “The other thing I do when I talk impression Gov. Jay session beginning in That literally translates to omy in an Internet Age,” he
with reporters is to be straight. I try not Inslee left in a conver- January. taxes — all of which makes explained. “The things that
to deceive them or be defensive, because sation Tuesday, Oct. While the state’s who crafts the next state are growing, which is the
those are precisely the ways most people 9, with The Herald’s reserves are projected budget an important subject in service sector, are not taxed.
get themselves into trouble with the press. editorial board. to be around this election. The things that are shrinking,
Instead, when a reporter asks me a tough Washington’s super- $3.2 billion by June 30, When the second-term which are the sales of goods
question, I try to frame a positive answer, charged economy, JERRY not every one of those Democratic governor speaks of in Big Box stores, are taxed”
even if that means shifting the ground.” one of the best in the dollars can be tapped. needing revenue and lacking but those revenues make up
3) “The final key to the way I promote is nation the last three Roughly a third will options for generating it, odds a dwindling percentage of the
bravado. I play to people’s fantasies…. I years, is not generating enough be socked away in the Rainy are likely new or higher taxes state’s tax receipts, he said.
revenue to cover the demand Day account, accessible only will be in the mix. They have Inslee wouldn’t say if he’ll
See ELFERS, Page 11 for services from the state’s with the support of a super been in his previous budget seek to change the taxing of
growing population, he said. majority of lawmakers. Of the plans. professional services.
“We are about one-and-a- remainder, a good chunk is Already, Superintendent “We don’t know exactly
half billion dollars under water getting counted on to ensure of Public Instruction Chris what our proposals will be,” he
going into the next biennium,” all the McCleary obligations Reykdal has called for a capital said. “I am just alerting you to
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Volume 119 — Issue No. 7
dollars to improve the mental many places to trim spend- cratic leaders in the House and And now a matter for voters
Polly Shepherd, publisher health system, expand early ing because there are a lot of Senate — who are expected to to ponder when deciding • 253-872-6600 childhood education and do things neither party would do, enlarge their respective major- who they want tackling it in
Ray Miller-Still, editor “some of the other things we’d Inslee said. ities in the Nov. 6 election — Olympia. • 360-802-8205 like to do,” he said. “Legislators are not going are said to be designing their Jerry Cornfield: 360-352-
Inslee’s approach for to be able to go back and cut own capital gains tax offering. 8623; jcornfield@herald net.
making ends meet will be educational funding,” he said. Inslee knows it’s hard for com. Twitter: @dospueblos.
revealed in December when “They are not going to be able the public to understand how The Courier-Herald Wednesday, October 24, 2018 7

’tis the season Habits for Happiness to return

ell, friends, the opportunity to see the
Mariners have gorgeous, scarlet hue in The SoHaPP Team just one more smile with ‘Perpetually Grateful’ at Joy” by Desmond Tutu and
finished another the “ker-leafing” trees another or remind yourself Green River College. The the Dali Lama. These two

losing season and it looks along Railroad Avenue. tarting this Novem- to be thankful for what you book read on Nov. 29 will gentlemen won’t personally
like the Seahawks are Indeed, it’s enough to give ber, Habits for Happi- have, each and every day be Decker’s “Unshattered: attend, but our discussions
still trying to get things you pause for a second ness is again bringing for a month. Change your Overcoming Tragedy and on their teachings will be
together. An evening fog look. And even though intriguing workshops and subconscious a bit every Choosing a Beautiful Life”, most enlightening.
has settled our falls aren’t thought-provoking book day, and the ripple effect and she will be present to When was the last time
over Krain as brilliant or reads over the next five will be enormous. With the share thoughts. you did something kind to
corner, the colorful as those months. Experience the right focus, you can be a On Dec. 8, Sue Z. Hart the environment, without
early morning in New England, power of gratitude; enjoy different person; our brains will lead us in ‘Laughter expecting a reward? On
chill requires we can still be laughter therapy; jump into can make it so. Therapy’ at the Enumclaw Feb. 2, come to Boise Creek
a jacket, the proud of the a forest bath; show kindness For each month there will Library. Such an unusual and ‘Pull Invasives and
odor of burning golden splash to our land; get children be two separate sessions on experience for most of us, Plant Natives’ led by Bernie
leaves wafts along the Green moving vigorously. This is a Saturday for workshops, but those who have done McKinney. Along the Foot-
about the back- Valley Road. for everyone, so come have one from 10 until 11:30 a.m., it give high praise. Are you hills Trail by SR410, there are
yard, and they I’ve seen a wide ranging discussions and then from 2 until 3:30 curious enough to try? Our efforts to improve the habi-
started hunt- WALLY few corn stalks with us on significant books p.m. All of our book reads book read on Dec. 12 is tat of this wonderful recre-
ing for Bambi a DUCHATEAU propped up on (25 percent off at The Sequel are on Wednesday evenings “Flourish” by Martin Selig- ational resource, beautify
couple of weeks WALLY’S WORLD front porches. over these five months) from 6:30 to 8 p.m. at the man, who is commonly the land and help fish thrive.
ago. It won’t be long associated with each habit, Enumclaw Library, except known as the founder of Open to the young and
In case you hadn’t before you’ll also see a helping us reach better Carol Decker’s “Unshat- Positive Psychology. old, build an ethic of land
noticed, we’re already jack-o-lantern or two, wellbeing. tered” which is at Green Another quite different stewardship. Our book read
a month into fall. The which I hope were picked The SoHaPP Initiative River College – Enumclaw workshop on Jan. 12 will on Feb. 13 is “An Invisible
peaches are canned — if from Farmer Brown’s builds within us stronger campus. be ‘Forest Bathing’ lead by Thread: The True Story of
you’re into that kind of pumpkin patch instead characteristics of being All five habits were high- Michael Stein-Ross and an 11-Year-Old Panhandler,
thing — and the garden of that large crate in front grateful, positive, mindful, lighted in last December’s Julie Hepp, two certified a Busy Sales Executive, and
is emptied down to a few of QFC. Downtown store kind and active. These five workshop, which can be instructors of Shinrin-Yoku, an Unlikely Meeting with
carrots and beets. Let’s windows will soon be traits enhance relation- seen on Enumclaw City TV a traditional Japanese prac- Destiny” by Laura Schroff
assume your outside painted with playful Fall ships between people, the under Videos, City Events, tice of immersing oneself in and Alex Tresniowski, which
chores, like painting the scenes and the merchan- greatest predictor for long 2017. Decker gave an amaz- nature by mindfully using all shows how one small act of
house, fixing the roof, dise in Rite Aid took on a term happiness. How best ing presentation on the five senses. It’s currently set kindness changed lives.
weeding the flowers, and Halloween décor several can one do that? Spend power of positivity, as well at Dandy Recreation Area For March the focus is
mowing the dandelions, weeks ago. In fact — talk every day for 30 days straight as showing the importance (Southeast 376 Street and children, with fun activities
have been completed about rushing the season focusing on just one habit, for strengthening the other 250 Avenue Southeast), but that are truly ‘Active’ and
because the next six — I recently saw a Santa for the next five months. It four habits. It’s a must see. check our web site for final involving significant
months won’t be partic- Clause on TV. doesn’t have to be much. Decker is starting us off on details. Our book read on
ularly favorable to such In a few more days, Make a mental note of Nov. 3 with her presenting Jan. 9 will be “The Book of See HABITS, Page 8
pursuits. those pint-sized zombies helping someone out each
Hopefully, on that part-

and fairy-princesses will day; an additional act of
ly-sunny afternoon a few kindness more than what
weeks back, you had an See WALLY, Page 8 is typical for you. Share


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Habits living proof that the longer

you live life, the better
it gets. The book is very
Letters heating and cooling costs
beginning at about 10
percent and ending at
votes. Does Solyndra ring
a bell?
Washington has exist-
and China.
Initiative 1631 is nothing
more than a scheme by
From Page 7 entertaining, inspirational From Page 6 about 25 percent in 2035. ing targets in place for politicians and environ-
and uplifting, and will With all this money what reducing “greenhouse” mental groups to create a
movement. Adults, come have you smiling for days. ($0.15 in year one and reduction is projected gases. Per the latest EPA slush fund from the bank
with kids and learn what Please join us for a an estimate of $0.57 in in CO2 levels over this data, the amount of CO2 accounts of a misinformed
easily arranged actions SoHaPP celebration at 2035). Washington already period? None, that is right in the atmosphere has electorate re: climate
can lead to long term The Claw on March 29. has the third highest gas none! This money will been declining since 2011 change. Does your family
health for our youngsters. Go to taxes in the country at be administered by 15 because of converting really want to provide
This will be on March 2 at for the science supporting $0.49/gallon and this unelected, unaccountable to more efficient fuels, $9,000 of your hard-
various City Parks. Again, the benefits of these five would result in more than people to fund environ- primarily natural gas. earned money to fund this
check our web site for final habits. Join the initiative, doubling of this “tax” mental projects! Sounds Finally, the impact on the slush fund? The answer for
details. The book read will as it’s free and there’s no during the first 15 years of like the perfect condi- global atmosphere of this mine and I hope for yours
be March 13 on “Keep sign up – just show up. the pollution fee and then tions for crony capitalism, Washington initiative is is a resounding No! No on
Moving: And Other Truths Your mental health and would be locked in at the i.e. politicians funneling imperceptible and will be initiative 1631!
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Give birds native

plants, not seeds
he end of October feast on birds at feeders.
has kind-hearted It doesn’t take a bird
gardeners worried brain to figure out that
about the birds. our birds don’t need
The good news is that more feeders to keep
gardeners are saving the them healthy, well fed
world by planting and protected from
more native flow- predators. Our birds
ers and berries and bees need more
that feed the plants.
birds and bees. What our birds
But listen up bird really want you to

lovers – the birds do is add more trees,

do not depend shrubs, berries,
on your feeders grasses and vines.
to survive. Bird Fall is a good time
feeders provide MARIANNE to look for plants

s u e s f o r eed
Is Delivery
a fast food fix BINETTI with berries that

of high-energy THE will provide winter
seed that helps COMPLEAT nourishment for

birds build up fat HOME local birds. Coto-
that will insu- GARDENER neaster, Beauty-
late them during berry, pyracanthea
the winter months, but if and many of our natives
you don’t fill your feeder plants like Mahonia

the birds will not die from (Oregon Grape), snow-
hunger. Birds do not use berry and huckleberry can
a single source of food for be added to the landscape
nutrition. Even those loyal now. Allow for some thick
hummingbirds are getting shrubbery in your land-
their main source of food scape that will provide
from healthier plants and shelter for birds during
insects and not just your winter storms.
sugar-filled feeder.
The bad news is that bird A gentle plea for
feeders can spread four
different bird diseases. The
World Wildlife Federa- The plea above is also
tion recommends clean- the title of a classic garden- Address:
ing your feeder every few ing book by Mirabel Osler.
weeks with a 10 percent It describes how garden-
bleach solution, especially ing took over her life as City:
those hummingbird feed- wildlife returned to the
ers filled with sugar water. areas where she allowed
plants to drift, wood piles
Cats! Crows! Rats! to sit and perennials to Zip:
go to seed. She learned
A growing controversy, not to feel guilty about a
mostly in big cities like landscape that looked a To pay by credit card: ❏ Visa ❏ Mastercard ❏ AmEx
Tacoma and Seattle, flies bit more natural with lots
in the face of kind-hearted of plants. Even blooming
bird lovers. The rat popula- weeds can provide nectar #:
tion explodes when neigh- and nourishment to birds
borhoods full of bird lovers and bees. Good citizens
disperse seed to feed-
ers all winter. The excess
in the city need to limit
the natural look to back- Exp.: CVV# : ____________
seed and bird droppings yards and private spaces
fall to the ground, attract- so as not to lower property
ing rats and spreading values for the entire neigh- Signature:
weeds. Some cities have borhood; and remem-
Mail to:
passed laws that allow ber that really overgrown
only rat-proof feeders; the vegetation, especially the
feeder must be at least 3 common English ivy and
feet off the ground on top Himalayan blackberry The Courier-Herald
of a smooth pole. thickets, can become
But it is the crow that
sticks in the craw of some
winter homes for rats. 1627 Cole. St.
neighbors. When flocks
of this intelligent black
For the love of Enumclaw, WA 98022
bird begin to hang out
near homes where feeders Robins, juncos, flick-
are kept full, the result- ers and other birds love For more information: 360-825-2555
ing noise and droppings lawns because of the food
can disturb neighbors and supply waiting just below
their pets. Then there are the surface. During the
the cats. Feral cats learn to dry summer months when
live near feeders and bird you water the lawn, earth-

lovers complain to neigh- worms will rise to the

bors about domestic cats
allowed to roam free that See BINETTI, Page 10
10 Wednesday, October 24, 2018 The Courier-Herald

Humbled by courage, commitment of a young girl

e live in perilous work there was peaceful and being held for terrorism and in the detention of Brunson. and Technical College. Six faith for so much less than
times. fit in with the Islamic for trying to overthrow the Just this month, the Trump of the girls from the all-fe- what Ms. Sharibu is facing.
Yeah, community – until government. The truth is we administration successfully male boarding school died Oh, I’ve never verbally
well, that has been October 2016 when he had been preaching Jesus secured the release of Brun- during captivity while one renounced my faith, but
the mantra of was arrested during Christ – that’s why we were son, after U.S. economic escaped, leaving Sharibu there have been times in my
philosophers, poli- the purges occurring in Turkey – is to share the sanctions and tariffs were the only student still with life I didn’t look much like
ticians and preach- after the failed 2016 gospel of Jesus Christ with placed on Turkey. President her abductors. While Boko a follower of Jesus. I would
ers for hundreds Turkish coup d’état Turks. We did that openly Trump sent a plane for him Haram freed the rest of the like to think that I’d bravely
of years. But, for attempt. and never had a problem. and brought him home. A girls in March, they held onto face martyrdom if called to,
Christians around CHURCH He was accused of It was very shocking to be happy ending to a nightmar- Leah because she refused to but… Here is a 15-year-old
the world, this in CORNER committing crimes accused of terrorism.” ish two years. renounce her Christian faith. Nigerian girl facing a horror
now as true as it ROSS HOLTZ on behalf of Kurdish He was initially held in The Christian Post that I have trouble imagin-
has ever been. militants and to aid a solitary confinement and The second story reported on Oct. 16 that ing and she stands tall. I am
I offer two Pennsylvania-based later with 19 other prisoners the Islamic terrorist group humbled.
examples. One has a happy Muslim cleric accused by in a cell meant for only eight. Christianity Today vowed that Leah Sharibu, I am proud to hear of Dr.
ending, the other does not Turkey of engineering the He spent 24 hours a day in magazine wrote this week: if not executed, will be Brunson’s boldness facing
yet. failed coup. He faced up to his cell, leaving for one hour Christians in Nigeria are made a slave for life. Boko imprisonment, but I guess
Andrew Craig Brun- 35 years in jail if convicted of weekly for visits. Sometimes desperately praying for Haram says, “Based on our I’m not too surprised that
son (born Jan. 3, 1968) is all the charges against him. he was allowed family visits. 15-year-old Leah Sharibu as doctrines, it is now lawful for a seasoned pastor would
an American pastor and a Pastor Brunson flatly denied On July 26, 2018, U.S. Vice the one-month deadline to us to do whatever we want stand up. But a 15-year-old
teaching elder of the Evan- all charges. He had declared President Mike Pence called save the only Dapchi school- to do with her,” because she girl? She blows me away! The
gelical Presbyterian Church. in court, “I am an innocent on the Turkish govern- girl left in Boko Haram will not renounce her faith in Apostle Peter didn’t stand so
Dr. Brunson has been the man on all these charges. I ment to release Brunson or captivity draws to an end this Jesus Christ. tall and firm in his early days.
pastor of the Izmir Resurrec- reject them. I know why I am face significant sanctions. week. As I sit here in my warm Please join me in praying for
tion Church in Izmir, Turkey, here. I am here to suffer in On Aug. 1, 2018, the U.S. In February, the ISIS wing study with my cup of hot Leah Sharibu.
for a couple of decades. He Jesus’ name.” Department of Treasury of Boko Haram abducted coffee, I wonder what I’d And then let’s compare
ministered there to a small Brunson told Sean Hann- imposed sanctions on two 112 female students prepar- do, I wonder what you’d our courage and commit-
congregation of about 25 ity: “What was surprising top Turkish government ing for final exams at the do. I think of all the times ment to hers.
people. By all accounts, his is that they told me I was officials who were involved Government Girls’ Science in my life I’ve waffled in my See ya in church.

Binetti a service for gardeners,

breaking up the subsoil
with their burrowing so
From Page 9 grass roots can reach BRIAN LOVE the outdoors, hunting and guest book at www.weeks- A celebration of her life
surface providing a natu- deeper to find water on Brian Keith Love died fishing, anything antique, will take place at 1 p.m.
ral way to feed the birds. their own. A healthy lawn Oct. 10, 2018, in Tacoma, and spent a lot of time work- Saturday, Oct. 27, at the
In Western Washington full of worms is a natural surrounded by family. He ing on vehicles for friends NORMA FARRIS Mountain Villa Estates
spreading insecticides all bird feeder – just say no to was 57. and family. He was Clubhouse, 1099 Mountain
over a lawn to kill crane pesticides on your lawn He was born July employed by West Norma Jean Farris died Villa Dr., Enumclaw, 98022.
fly or other grubs is rarely that could harm the bird 8, 1961, in Renton Coast Truck and Oct. 15, 2018, at the age of All may sign the online
necessary and can cause food below. to Del and Judy Trailer in Pacific, 83. guest book at www.weeks-
serious damage to the soil So there you have it. Love. He was raised Washington. She was born
by killing off the earth- Grow more plants, enjoy a in Enumclaw and He is survived Oct. 31, 1934, in
worms as well as the crane green lawn and help save graduated in 1979 by his wife Debbie; Galena, Missouri, SARA DANIEL
fly that our local birds will the world. from Enumclaw son Craig; daughter to the late Carl and
devour for you. Worms ••• High School. He Brian Love Jamie Dickenson Bernice Eutsler. Her Sara Marie Daniel,
and other living critters For more gardening married Debbie (Steve); his parents; family relocated to a lifetime Enumclaw
in your lawn don’t just information, Marianne Ainsworth on Dec. 19, 1981, brothers BJ Love and Glen Pomona, Califor- resident, died Oct.
feed the birds, they loosen Binetti can be reached at and they resided in Enum- Love. He was preceded in nia, when she was 14, 2018.
the soil and their tunnels her Web site, www.binetti- claw. The family moved to death by brother Scott Love. young. She gradu- Norma Farris She was born

allow air and water to Ellensburg, Washington, A celebration of life took ated from Pomona Sept. 19, 1976. She

Experience theJoy of a Plateau Church Family

pass, especially during the Copyright for this and then to Great Falls, place Saturday, Oct. 13, at High School in 1953 and married Rob Daniel on
wet winter months. Even column owned by Mari- Montana, before returning the family home. later in life earned an asso- Oct. 4, 1997, and they had
those dang moles provide anne Binetti. to Enumclaw. He enjoyed All may sign the online ciate’s degree in early child- three children. She loved
hood development. She her family and her dogs and
married her high school enjoyed photography, shop-
sweetheart, Donald Farris, ping, entertaining and host-
in 1954, and they lived in the ing parties, and camping by
Pomona area until moving the Cowlitz River.
to Washington in 1991 to be She is survived by her
near family. They moved to husband Rob; children
Enumclaw in 2006. Hanna, Logan and Jake
She will be remembered “JR”; parents Jerry and

CHURCH First Baptist Church for her love of family, her
sense of humor and sassy
Sue Hanson; sister Trina
Coogan (Mike); mother-
OF Enumclaw personality and her faith. in-law Debbie Jensen and
The Friendliest Church in Town!
CHRIST, Celebrate the Lord with US! She is survived by her
husband of 64 years, Don;
father-in-law Chuck Daniel.
A celebration of her life
SCIENTIST A place to worship • A place of learning • A place for friendship
Sunday Services
“Come find a place
in His heart.” siblings Hershel “Bud” is planned for 2 to 5 p.m.
(Christian Science) Bible Classes for all ages......................................................................................9:30 am Eutsler (Ida) of Toledo, Sunday, Oct. 28, at the
Sacred Heart

1752 Wells Street, Enumclaw Morning Worship & Children’s Church.........................................................11:00 am Washington, Carlyne Black Diamond Eagles,
(360) 825-5300 Lunch............................................................(Free to everyone!) 12:30 pm to 1:00 pm Catholic Church Farris of Mountain Home, 32618 Railroad Ave. In lieu
Worship / Discipleship Classes.......................................................................... 1:05 pm Rev. Anthony K. A. Davis Arizona, and Carl “Lucky” of flowers, donations are
Sunday Service ..........10:00am
Sunday School ...........10:00am Wood Ministry.......................................................................Call for more information Saturday Mass - 5:00 pm Eutsler (Alice) of Buena suggested to the Daniel’s
Disaster Relief........................................................................Call for more information Sunday Masses Park, California; children Children Fund, by mail to
Wednesday Meeting .......7:30 pm
8:00 am & 10:00 am Lisa Williams (Jeffery), Lori Trina Coogan, 21215 S.E.
Wednesday Services 1:00 pm Misa en Español
Bible Studies ......................................................................................................... 6:30 pm Farris and Mike Farris, all of 424th St., Enumclaw, 98022
1752 Wells Street, Enumclaw Enumclaw; eight grand- or Teri Schwader, c/o Amer-

(360) 825-5300 Pastor: James Dunn, Ph.D.

3466 Porter • (360)825-1111 • 1614 Farrelly Street, Enumclaw children and two great ican Heritage, P.O. Box 335,
Mon. & Tues. 11 a.m. - 2 p.m. 360-825-3759
Wed. 6:30 p.m. to 7 p.m. grandchildren. Enumclaw, 98022.
She was preceded in All may sign her online

Everyone Welcome! To place your ad in the Church Directory, contact Jennifer at 360-802-8212 death by a grandson, guest book at www.weeks-
2159121 Joshua. The Courier-Herald Wednesday, October 24, 2018 11

Buckley Kiwanis Club names first Students of the Month

Members of the Buckley community her whole life. As selfless students they have nominations speak volumes
Kiwanis Club honored two a junior at White River High ever met and one who is about the contributions
“Students of the Month” School, she is an amazing always willing to go above he makes to support all
during their Oct. 18 meeting. student, athlete and citizen. and beyond to help others.” students at Glacier. Whether
The following student She is an active member of coming in early to help set
biographies were provided the National Honor Soci- Tyesn Backus up a science lab, helping
by the club, with informa- ety and part of the WRHS other students in band to
tion originating from the Leadership Team. Rylee Glacier Middle School continuously improve, or
students’ teachers. volunteers in classrooms at “Tyesn is an eighth-grade by taking initiative during
Mountain Meadow Elemen- student at Glacier Middle class discussions, Tyesn is a
Rylee Vance tary and helps run volleyball School and nominated by positive force in building and
clinics for younger athletes. his teachers for his stead- sustaining a positive learning
White River High School Rylee is a true servant leader fast dedication to his studies environment.”
“Rylee has been an active and her teachers describe and his willingness to help
member of the White River RYLEE VANCE her as one of the most and contribute. His teacher TYESN BACKUS

Elfers Ed Koch (1978-1989)

that offers an insight
into his first two years as
people he appoints prove
to be corrupt, then in the
end he must take respon-
“The Art of the Deal”
gave me a deeper under-
standing of President
Europe, China, Canada
and Mexico, and others.
Meanwhile, his oppo-
picture emerges that the
book ignores completely.
Schwartz does do a
From Page 6 President: sibility” (P. 343-344). Trump and his unique nents emphasize the superb job of mirroring
“Koch has achieved This quotation brings to style of leadership. thousands of lies he has Trump’s “voice,” though.
call it truthful hyperbole. something quite miracu- mind the mass of Mueller Schwartz portrays Trump uttered. So, who is the After I read the book,
It’s an innocent form of lous. He’s presided over indictments and convic- as more complex and real Trump, the prom- I’ve watched Trump’s
exaggeration—and a very an administration that is tions of several of his more competent than he ise keeper or the habitual speeches, press inter-
effective form of promo- both pervasively corrupt appointees and associ- is currently portrayed in liar? Or is he both? views, and conferences
tion” (P. 57-58). and totally incompetent… ates. I wonder if President the media. Based upon recently through different eyes.
CNN’s programming Meanwhile, no fewer than Trump ever sees the irony President Trump revealed information that Friend or foe of Trump
deals almost exclusively a dozen Koch appoin- in his criticism of Mayor constantly points out his his father actually left him should read it to under-
with what Trump is doing. tees and cohorts have Koch 31 years later. several successes and $413 million, and the fact stand this unique and
He has not changed been indicted on charges These facts bring to his promises kept: The that he has had four bank- outrageous person who
his style or his strategy of bribery, perjury, and mind the Apostle Paul’s appointments of Gorsuch ruptcies, the first in 1991, now inhabits the Oval
since the 1980s. Even the accepting kickbacks, or observation in Romans and Kavanaugh, the 2017 a more complicated and Office and dominates the
“liberal” media seems to have been forced to resign 2:1: “You, therefore, have tax cut, his pressuring of less self-congratulatory government.
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From Page 7 is the day Roman Cath- of Enumclaw over-run-
olics give thanks to the ning this tiny graveyard, the
be running hither and yon Saints. To solemnize this ritual is a unique, wonder-
on the streets, darting from
store to store. Much later
occasion, our turn-of-
the-20th-century Yugo-
ful, and mystical kind of
wake that’s certainly worth
Thomas William Waller
in the same evening, more slav immigrants brought experiencing, especially
mature, gruesome goblins a charming little custom after stumbling through a
and ghosts will be haunt- from the old country. For drunken stupor the previ- Thomas William Waller entered this world at Goldings
ing the downtown watering a couple hours around ous evening. Maternity Home on 22 Feburary 1943 in Kent, WA. He grew
holes and the Ski Inn will be sunset, a number of the Cheers everyone! It’s fall! up on Hazel Street in a house his father built. He was the
third son in a family of six children.
As a kid he spent a lot of time outdoors playing in a
John Curtis
John Curtis Mitchell
Mitchell canyon near his house or fishing in Mill Creek. Being a social
John kid made himself known with all the local merchants. At a
John Curtis
Enumclaw, died September
died September very young age he was doing odd jobs for neighbors to earn money towards contributing
12, 2017
12, 2017 inin Laurel,
Montana.HeHewas wasbornbornin in
Everett, Washington
on June
on June 4,15,19461946to to
GlennMitchell andand
Mitchell Mary Angeline
Mary Angeline StilesStiles to his families needs.
(nee Mitchell).
(nee Mitchell). He Heattended
Enumclaw and andgraduated
graduated Influenced by an uncle, he joined the Navy before graduation. After serving 2 years
from Enumclaw
from EnumclawHigh HighSchool.
attending Community
Community College
College active duty with the Pacific Fleet, he joined Bowen Scarff Ford as an apprentice mechan-
he served in the Air Force, then went to work as a draftsman on ic. He also served weekends at the Naval Air Station at Sand Point in Seattle during and
he worked as a draftsman on the Boeing 737 project, and he next
the Boeing 737 project. He next worked for the Milwaukee Road
worked for the
railroad and Milwaukee
finally for MontanaRoad railroad
Rail and firetiring.
Link before nally for Montana after his discharge. During a furlough he married a highschool classmate, Lola Anderson.
Rail Link before retiring. They settled in Auburn with their first home and child, Natalie. Their son Tom was born
He isis predeceased
He predeceasedbybyhis hismother,
mother,MaryMary Angeline
Angeline Stiles,
Stiles, father
father 2 years later and with another move brought their third child, Stephanie.
Walter GlennMitchell,
Walter Glenn Mitchell,step-father
“Gene” Stiles,
Stiles, sister
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12 Wednesday, October 24, 2018 The Courier-Herald

State high court abolishes death penalty

All nine justices found the use of capital and overt racial bias against
Given the evidence before this
death penalty statewide.
black defendants in this While the bill passed
punishment unconstitutional and racially biased. state, we are confident that the state Senate, it failed to
the association between court and our judicial notice of move out of the House and
By Josh Kelety
King County Reporter
and racially biased manner.”
They cited an extensive 2014
race and the death penalty
is not attributed to random
implicit and overt racial bias was never enacted into law.
Inslee called the ruling a

The Washington state

University of Washington
study on racial bias in cases
chance,” Chief Justice Mary
Fairhurst wrote in the lead
against black defendants in this “hugely important moment
in our pursuit for equal and
Supreme Court ruled in a resulting in capital punish- opinion. “We hold that state, we are confident that fair application of justice.”
unanimous decision on Oct. ment in Washington, noting Washington’s death penalty “This is a full and final
11 that the death penalty is that from 1981 to 2014, black is unconstitutional, as the association between race decision by the state
“invalid” and “unconstitu- defendants were between administered, because it is Supreme Court and, absent
tional” due to racial bias in 3.5 and 4.6 times more likely imposed in an arbitrary and and the death penalty is not legislative action, there
its application — effectively
banning capital punish-
to receive a death sentence
than non-black defendants
racially biased manner.”
The ruling stems from attributed to random chance.” will be no capital punish-
ment in the state of Wash-
ment in the state. in similar cases. Since 1904, the case of Allen Eugene — Chief Justice Mary Fairhurst, in the lead opinion ington,” Inslee said at the
Specifically, all nine 78 defendants on death Gregory, a black man who Oct. 11 press conference.
justices argued that while row have been executed in was convicted of raping, He added that he doesn’t
the death penalty itself isn’t Washington. robbing, and killing a murder and sentenced to eventually landed before think lawmakers can craft

unconstitutional, its usage is “Given the evidence 43-year-old woman back death by a jury. However, he the state Supreme Court. a version of capital punish-
unconstitutional because it before this court and our in 1996. In 2001, he was and his attorneys appealed In their ruling, the court ment that won’t violate the
is “imposed in an arbitrary judicial notice of implicit convicted of first-degree the decision, and the case also converted the death court’s ruling, and said that
sentences of Gregory and potential effort to reimpose
the seven other inmates on the death penalty would be
death row to life imprison- a “grand waste of time” and
POU ment without possibility that he would veto it.

10 P of parole. State Attorney Gregory’s attorneys Neil
M AX General Bob Ferguson said Fox and Lila Silverstein
IMU at a press conference Oct. also lauded the decision.

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since the ruling was within death penalty statute, Wash-
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October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month


In STEAM and business, ask questions, get noticed
By Ray Miller-Still of Washington in 2000, she when they’re gutted by fire
Editor certainly found out as soon “I really enjoy or damaged by water.

Lisette Terry’s path

as she stepped into her first
class — according to Data mentoring She recently visited
Enumclaw again last week
toward becoming a civil
engineer was unusual, she
USA, more than 86 percent
of civil engineers are men,
women during the Enumclaw
School District and Enum-
“A lot of engineers I met
and more than 81 percent
are white.
engineers and claw Schools Founda-
tion’s STEAM luncheon,
along the way, maybe their But Terry, a woman of encouraging to recount her experi-
dad has been a contractor color, didn’t let that bother ence in her field of work.
or one of their parents were her. them . . .” The luncheon itself was a
an engineer, and they were “I didn’t feel out of — Lisette Terry promotion for the interac-
exposed to it,” she said. “I place, because I grew up tive STEAM Expo coming to
was never exposed to engi- in Spokane, Washington, the Enumclaw Expo Center
neering one minuscule which is similar demo- lead structural design engi- Feb. 7, 2019.
when I was growing up.” graphics — I was one of the Lisette Terry was invited to recount her challenges and neer for the Colman Center And although she loves
Still, she found herself — only students of color grow- success in her STEAM field at the recent Enumclaw School project. her work, Terry has plans
even at a young age — being ing up,” she said. “It was District and Enumclaw Schools Foundation STEAM luncheon. In 2009, she moved to to continue moving up,
drawn toward figuring out kind of a norm for me, being Photo by Ray Miller-Still work with Tetra Tech, and specifically to become
and understanding how around a majority of Cauca- found herself on the Plateau management to motivate
buildings were constructed sian students.” the average male salary is “That’s a pretty important from December 2015 to other women to join and do
and able to bear their own But that’s not to say she around $93,000, while the part of where I got to where I May 2017 working on the well in the civil engineering
weight, especially during ran into some difficulties, average female salary is just am today. A lot of engineers Mud Mountain Dam Fish field.
natural disasters. especially concerning her over $71,000. are an introverted type of Passage Facility. Her role “I really enjoy mento-
Of course, her decision to pay. It wasn’t just the pay, people who don’t really like was to help design a new ring women engineers
go into the civil engineering “I realized that, after I had though — Terry added she to get on the phone and talk salmon trap and haul site and encouraging them to
field was many years before already started my career, it believes she would have to people,” she said. “If I was for the river, because the old advance in what they want
STEM (or STEAM, stand- was likely that I could have been given more job offers an introvert and a woman site is infamously known for to do, and not to be afraid
ing for science, technology, started out making more in general, and her opinions of color, I’d be a step down killing tens of thousands of to ask questions and to feel
engineering, art, and math) money than I did, because given more weight, if she from where I am today.” salmon during spawning confident in what they’re
was a prime focus in Wash- I wasn’t a strong negotiator wasn’t a woman of color. Even before graduating seasons. saying,” she said. “I think
ington’s high schools. when I got out of college, But she said her extro- from UW with her Master’s Now Terry is with Jensen it’s really important for
And if she didn’t already but also I think I could have verted personality and her Degree in 2007, Terry was Hughes as a structural engineers to feel like that,
know how male-dominated made more money if I was a ability to network helped a design engineer with forensic engineer, inspect- because I didn’t feel like that
the field was by the time white male,” she said. overcome some of these Magnusson Klemencic ing structural damage to when I was starting out in
she started at the University According to Data USA, challenges. Associates, and was the buildings around the state my career.”

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14 Wednesday, October 24, 2018 The Courier-Herald

October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month


Jodi Longley Female-owned businesses
Loan Officer Retail Lending, NMLS# 389510

CMG Financial are a large, powerful force

33400 9th Avenue South, Ste. 205 October is National small businesses and stakeholders to improve
Branch NMLS# 6337 Women’s Small Busi- 89.5 percent employ the business climate for
Federal Way, WA 98003 • (253) 431-8011 ness Month, dedicated no one other than the women entrepreneurs,” to celebrating the contri- owner. In spite of these stated Carla Harris, chair of
butions and successes of limited resources, which the NWBC, in recognition
In over my 20+ years of mortgage lending experience, I have been successful in a the nation’s women small compound persistent of National Women’s Small
variety of facets of the industry to include processing, underwriting, wholesale sales, business owners. The 10 problems like limited Business Month.
retail sales and bulk investor sales. Being in retail sales is where I feel the best connection million women-owned access to capital, women National Women’s Small
with my clients. By being privileged with a client’s trust, I am able to find the best mort- businesses in the U.S. entrepreneurs have Business Month is a great
gage product for them. My priority is to make their experience a positive one by using hold tremendous value, emerged as one of the time to remember and
generating $1.4 trillion in fastest-growing business raise awareness of the
communication, education & teamwork throughout the mortgage process.
revenue and employing 8.4 segments. importance of women-
million people, according “We can support our owned businesses. Not
Mortgages are everything but cookie cutter, neither are clients! I take pride in my work and to the National Women’s nation’s women small only can these businesses
listen to each client’s story and needs. The families I help know that I am a committed team Business Council. business owners by build- immensely benefit the
member to making their dreams come true in becoming a home owner. Maintaining this high Unfortunately, as ing and nurturing local and economy, they are also
standard allows me to enjoy the moment when families get the keys to their new home. It the U.S. Small Business regional collaboration that powerful contributors to
humbles me when clients return for refinancing or Administration reports, brings together govern- gender equality and funda-

another adventure in home ownership, or refer me 99 percent of women- ment, capital, development mental for the future of our
to their family & friends. owned businesses are organizations and other country.

Carrie Fang EAMP, Dipl, AC Cynthia Layer

Owner Enumclaw Health and Rehabilitation Center
Fang Acupuncture Clinic 2323 Jensen St., Enumclaw
1737 Wells St., Enumclaw, WA 98022
360-825-7549 All of my children graduated right here in Enumclaw and now I have grandchildren,
nieces and nephews in the Enumclaw School District. I love this community as much
now as I did back then. For the past ten years I have been privileged enough to work
for Enumclaw Health and Rehabilitation Center (right across from St. Elizabeth’s Hospi-
Got Qi? Try a little Chinese medicine... and set tal) as Admissions and Marketing Director. I did not fully appreciate this valuable reha-
the stage for your body to repair itself. In addition to bilitation center until I was here for awhile. Our short term rehab helps so many people
to be able to stay right here in town and get the therapy and nursing care they need
acupuncture, we also offer an Herbal Dispensary, after a hospital stay, so they can get back to their priori living situation. Our long term
Qi Gong, and Therapeutic Massage. Our practitioners care keeps our loved ones right here close to us so we can visit often and participate
in decisions about their care needs. The people I get to work with every day put the
provide treatments in a warm, homestyle, and healing needs of our residents first with caring, love and respect.
atmosphere. The main objective is to relieve symptoms, I know many of you already from all of my years living and
working in Enumclaw and for those of you I do not know if I
strengthen the body functions and maintain good health.

can be of any help with your senior family needs please call or
Virtually everyone can benefit from these natural, come by and I can show you our EXPANSIVE THERAPY GYM! 100% Employee Owned
energizing treatments including seniors and children.
Frequently treated conditions include: addictions,
allergies, arthritis, asthma, acute and chronic pain, blood Melodee Wesely R.N.
pressure, bursitis, carpal tunnel, colds, insomnia, Director of Nursing Services
depression, detox, diabetes, digestion, flu, headaches, Enumclaw Health and Rehabilitation
infertility, injuries, PMS, menopause, prostate and sinus. 2323 Jensen Street • Enumclaw, WA 98022
Also relieves stress and helps weight loss. 360.825.2541

Over 27 years combined experience. State and I have worked at Enumclaw Health and Rehab for the past ten years. I have been in
National Board Certified. Trained in China and USA. the long term care industry since I first became a nurse in 1992. I have always had a
Most insurance accepted. Walk-ins welcome! passion for the geriatric population, hearing their stories and learning from them has
always made my heart smile.

Our mission at Enumclaw Health and Rehab is to embody a spirit and value system
that encourages loyalty, honesty and commitment to caring. Our goal is to treat our
residents, families and employees with dignity and respect at all times.

In my time away from work, I enjoy my two

granddaughters, some exercise, watching
sports and gardening.

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October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month


Emily Bort Mortgage Advisor NMLS 505790
Dean Holtz
OPES Advisors, a Division of Flagstar Bank Redemption Press
2867 Griffin Avenue, Enumclaw P.O. Box 427 • Enumclaw, WA 98022
253.315.4570 • 210.620.4900 •
It is my honor to work within this amazing community. Having been born and I’m a speaker, author, publisher, former radio show host, pastor’s wife, and cult survivor and
I help women who’ve been wounded by the church or other traumatic life experiences, so they
raised in Enumclaw, I do not take lightly the responsibility I have earned to assist can learn to trust God again.
homeowners and future homebuyers of our community with navigating the pro- Vocationally, for the last 30 years I’ve been involved in the Christian publishing industry, and
cess of obtaining a mortgage and understanding the impact it can have on their now as the publisher at Redemption Press I continue to enjoy working with authors to help them
overall financial picture. get their message out. I just finished four years as the host of Always Faithful Radio and recently
completed a two year term as president of the Northwest Christian Writers Association. My mem-
As a Mortgage Advisor for Opes Advisors, I am able to oir came out last year and recounts the cult travesty that unfolded right here in Enumclaw. Full
maintain complete control of the process to ensure fast Circle is available on Amazon and through the Redemption Press offices.
I’m also married to Pastor Ross Holtz of The Summit, the church in the old bowling alley
turn-times and a smooth loan process. As a mortgage bank, building on 410 across from QFC. I count it a privilege to be part of this amazing town.
Opes Advisors originates, underwrites, and funds loans
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Or Email me for a complimentary

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Becky Elder Peg Wenham

Loan Officer, NMLS# 276271 Almost Necessities
1602 Cole St. • Enumclaw, WA 98022
253-332-7882 360.825.1912 •
Becky Elder is proud to live in the tight-knit community of Enumclaw with her Toby and I opened Almost Necessities in November of 1994. For most of those
husband and seven-year-old twins. As a Loan Officer with Fairway Independent years the focus was on gifts,collectibles and a big emphasis on Yankee Candles. A
Mortgage Corporation, she is dedicated to helping clients meet their goals while couple of years ago we changed our emphasis and eliminated the collectibles and
advising them in a fast, friendly, and easy-to-understand manner. downsized the candles. We are now focused on fashion accessories for women and
men with a nice selection of baby items. The shop now has an eclectic flavor that
It’s important to work with a mortgage professional who cares, and Becky takes includes hats, jewelry, scarves, handbags, gloves, fun socks, upcycled clothing and
the time to learn about each client’s particular financing objectives. A mortgage some Fair Trade items. And for all you “12” fans we have a great selection of Seahawks
is not just a loan; it’s one of the most important financial planning decisions, and merchandise. We also have a baking section where you can find just about any cookie
Becky is dedicated to making sure her clients choose the right loan for their needs. cutter shape you need and a huge variety of baking cups, colored sugars, sprinkles
and dragees.

Almost Necessities will celebrate its 25th

anniversary next year and we would like to
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thank the community for its support through-


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1-866-912-4800. Other restrictions and limitations may apply.
All rights reserved.
out all those years!

Carla Yamashiro, DDS, NMD, Elizabeth Amos

Pacific Northwest’s Holistic Dentist IBDM
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253-863-7005 Opening the door to your dream for over 30 years Agency One • Enumclaw, WA 98022
Ecologic Dentistry is ‘the natural choice’ when it comes to holistic Being part of the Plateau community for over 30 years has been a delight
and privilege! Thank you!
dental care for your entire family. We use advanced technology and
materials that are minimally invasive and least toxic to our body and Here is how I can help you…
Real estate requires market knowledge, communication and problem
environment. solving. Let my knowledge and expertise get to work for you, your friends
When you become my patient, I want to know your health and and family.
dental goals. Together, we can come up with solutions that will best
Here is the good news…
support you. My wish is for you to leave Ecologic Dentistry with a My clients have consistently voted me into the top 7% of Puget Sound
greater sense of health and well-being than when you arrived. agents when polled on client satisfaction! I thank them all for their gener-
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October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month


Nancy A. Becker, D.O. Merlie Sedan
Certified Osteopathic Physician Assistant
Ear, Nose, Throat, Facial Plastic Surgery & Allergy of
Ear, Nose, Throat, Facial Plastic Surgery & Allergy of Western Washington, Inc., P.S.
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8804 Main Street East • Bonney Lake 8804 Main Street East • Bonney Lake
253.750.0747 253.750.0747 • •

Doctor Becker strives to excel in providing quality health care in a Merlie-P.A., joined Dr. Nancy Becker’s team in 2015. She was
warm compassionate office setting. Her practice treats ears, nose born and raised in the Pacific Northwest. She loves spending
and throat, offers allergy therapy and facial plastic surgery, and is time with her family and friends, enjoys outdoor sports, and
home to the Becker Hearing Center and Becker Cosmetic Center. hiking.
She uses the most advanced modern technology, including the
latest technology in non-surgical fat reduction, non-surgical skin Merlie is kind and compassionate. She has a passion for
tightening, laser wrinkle reduction and hair removal. helping people, and is very excited to be working in a specialty
ENT practice with Dr. Becker and her team.
Doctor Becker prides herself in her great nursing staff and likes to
think of her practice as “our family treating

your family”.

Whitney Kauzlarich Debbie Hake

Hearing Specialist
Master Esthetician
Ear, Nose, Throat, Facial Plastic Surgery & Allergy of
Western Washington, Inc., P.S.
Becker Hearing Center
1427 Jefferson Ave., Ste #201, Enumclaw 1427 Jefferson Ave., Ste #101, Enumclaw
360-825-4466 360-825-4027 • •

Whitney is the Master Esthetician for Becker Cosmetics at Dr. Nancy Debbie is the Hearing Instrument Specialist at Dr. Becker’s
Becker’s office in Enumclaw. She joined Dr. Becker’s Offices in 2013. office in Enumclaw. Debbie attended Bates Technical College and
She loves performing laser and cosmetic procedures in a medical has been a Washington State licensed Hearing Aid Specialist since
setting. Whitney is passionate about helping clients look their best. 2001. Her extensive training, knowledge and experience with the
She is knowledgeable in skin care and the products to maintain it. latest hearing aid technology allows her to provide patients with
the best devices the industry has to offer. Debbie builds long term
Whitney is experienced and certified in a wide range of cosmetic relationships with patients based on honesty, integrity and respect
treatments, from light exfoliation (HydraFacial) to deep re-surfacing and is committed to giving excellent service and care. Debbie
(laser), to non-surgical skin tightening (Microneedling with RF). She is administers hearing tests, consults on hearing aids, fits, adjusts
still impressed with one of their most and repairs hearing devices and creates
popular cosmetic procedures, CoolSculpting®, custom ear molds and hearing protection.


fat reduction without an incision.

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Enumclaw (4-1, 7-1): beat Tahoma 42-12 on Oct. 19. Next: host Hazen, 7 p.m. Oct. 26
Sumner (5-2, 6-2): beat Bellarmine 37-10 on Oct. 19. Next: host Graham-Kapowsin, 7 p.m. Oct. 26
White River (6-1, 6-2): lost to Fife 35-17 on Oct. 19. Next: at Eatonville, 7 p.m. Oct. 26
Bonney Lake (2-4, 3-5): lost to Bethel 42-0 on Oct. 19. Next: at Mount Tahoma, 7 p.m. Oct. 26


South Puget Sound League 2A - Mountain
Enumclaw’s Cole Snider caps
White River
rodeo season with bareback title
Washington 5-2 5-3 By Kevin Hanson
Franklin Pierce 4-4 4-4 Senior Writer
Foster 3-4 3-5
Renton 2-5 2-6 Cole Snider has trav-
Lindbergh 1-6 1-7 eled many miles, endured
Foss 0-7 0-7 countless bumps and
bruises and even suffered
North Puget Sound League 4A - Mountain through concussions and
a broken collarbone. But
School League Overall the hard work and tough
Enumclaw 4-1 7-1 times paid off recently when
Todd Beamer 4-1 6-2 the Enumclaw cowboy
Kentwood 3-2 3-5 captured the 2018 Pro-West
Kennedy Catholic 3-2 5-3 Rodeo Association bareback
Tahoma 1-4 3-5 championship.
Auburn Riverside 0-5 3-5 The season-ending title
goes to the cowboy compil-
ing the greatest amount
South Puget Sound League 4A of prize money during
the 20-rodeo Pro-West
School League Overall circuit. Putting an excla-
Puyallup 7-0 7-1 mation point on a winning
Graham-Kapowsin 6-1 7-1 summer, Snider rode his
Sumner 5-2 6-2 way to the bareback crown
Rogers 5-2 5-3 at the Pro-West Finals,
Enumclaw native Cole Snider takes a wild ride during the Pro-West finals in Coeur d’Alene,
Curtis 4-3 5-3 staged Sept. 28-29 in Coeur
d’Alene, Idaho. Idaho. SUBMITTED PHOTO
Bellarmine Prep 2-5 2-6
Olympia 2-5 2-6 But there’s more than
Emerald Ridge 1-6 2-6 cowboy grit to the Enum- SUCCESS IN THE things turned serious. that shaped his immediate
South Kitsap 0-8 0-8 claw High graduate. The RODEO ARENA His first competition future: “It was the most fun
24-year-old is polished and came at a Chelan, Wash- I’d ever had.”
articulate, naturally grav- Snider has roots in the ington, rodeo in 2013, Success came his way
Pierce County League 3A itated to leadership roles sport of rodeo, participating an open competition for during his college career in
throughout high school and in junior events while grow- amateur riders. Snider left Dillon, Montana, includ-
School League Overall college and is closing in on ing up. But it wasn’t until he with two impressions, the ing a championship at the
Lakes 6-0 6-2 a bachelor’s degree. The headed off for the world of first being, “I definitely Bozeman College Rodeo.
Lincoln 5-1 6-2 Courier-Herald caught up academia at the University wasn’t very good.” But the
Bethel 5-1 6-2 with Snider, by phone, as of Montana-Western that second discovery is the one SEE SNIDER, PAGE25
Wilson 4-2 5-3 he drove through Missoula,
Bonney Lake 2-4 3-5 Montana, on his way to
Spanaway Lake 1-5 2-6

Sports Week
the college campus he’ll
Stadium 1-5 2-6 call home for one more
Mount Tahoma 0-6 0-8 semester.

Enumclaw • October 30: Nothing scheduled.

Count the number of turkeys each week for a chance to • October 24: Nothing scheduled. White River
• October 25: Girls swim and dive at
Win 1 of 8 Smoked Turkeys from West Central District dive meet at Curtis
• October 24: Nothing scheduled.
• October 25: Volleyball at South
OLSON’S MEATS & SMOKEHOUSE! H.S. Aquatic Center (University Place).
• October 26: Football at North Puget Sound Puget Sound League 2A tournament,
Look for this League 4A crossover game, time and location to be 7:15 p.m. at Washington H.S.
How does it work? TURKEY IMAGE determined. Girls swim and dive team at West Central • October 26: Football at SPSL 2A playoffs, Time
• Grab a copy of the Courier-Herald’s print edition (or read our Green Edition online ☛ District swim meet at Curtis H.S. Aquatic Center and place to be determined.
at each week, beginning Oct. 24th through Nov. 14th, 2018. (University Place). • October 27: Boys/girls cross country, qualifying
• Count the turkeys you find in each weekly edition. Fill out the form below, enter the Not to be
• October 27: Girls swim and dive team at Day 2 of athletes at West Central District 2A meet at Chambers
number of turkeys from that week’s edition and send it to The Courier-Herald by the included for West Central District swim meet at Curtis H.S. Aquatic
Bay (University Place). Volleyball at SPSL 2A league
following Monday. contest count! Center (University Place).
• October 29: Nothing scheduled. tournament at Franklin Pierce H.S.
• Mail or Drop off entries at the Courier-Herald office at 1627 Cole Street, Enumclaw, WA 98022. • October 30: Nothing scheduled. • October 29: Nothing scheduled.
You may also Email your entries for each week to: by the following Monday.
• October 30: Nothing scheduled.
Winners must be able to pick up your turkey locally. There will be 2 winners selected each week, to be Bonney Lake
announced at the end of the contest period, November 16th, 2018. • October 24: Volleyball at Sumner
Stadium, 7:15 p.m. • October 24: Nothing scheduled.
Your Name:_____________________________ Phone:_____________ • October 25: Volleyball at • October 25: Girls soccer at Curtis,
Edition: October 24, 2018 • Number of Turkeys __________ Mount Tahoma, 7:15 p.m. Girls soccer hosts Lakes, 7:30 7 p.m.
Drop off, Mail or email this to: • October 26: Football hosts Graham-Kapowsin, 7
• October 26: Football at Mount Tahoma, 7 p.m.

Hunt theTur keys • October 27: Boys/girls cross country at Westside

Classic at Chambers Creek (University Place). Girls swim
and dive at Pierce County League meet, 9 a.m.
p.m. at Sunset Chev Stadium.
• October 27: Nothing scheduled.
• October 29: Nothing scheduled.
PLAY ALL 4 WEEKS! C O N TE 2237838 • October 29: Volleyball at Bethel, 7:15 p.m. • October 30: Nothing scheduled. The Courier-Herald Wednesday, October 24, 2018 19

Legal Notices Legal Notices 4000


An Ordinance of the
Town Council of the
Town of South Prairie,
notice under Executive
Order (EO)
Floodplain Management
or EO 11990, Wetland

Protection; since this ac-


Pierce County, Washing- tion is located in or af-

ton relating to Business fects the floodplain or
Licenses, incorporating may affect wetlands.
the new model Business The project site is locat- EMPLOYMENT
Home Services Home Services Home Services
Bazaars/Craft Fairs License Ordinance re- ed in or affects the flood-
Landscape Services Fencing & Decks Window Cleaning quired by RCW plain of Wilkeson Creek.
35.90.080, adopting The purpose of the pro- Employment
CLEANING Business License regu- ject is to stabilize the Customer Service
HOLIDAY BAZAAR Landscaping White Vinyl, Ranch, Horse Commercial, Residential
Gutter cleaning,
lations, including defini-
tions, a new monetary
banks of Wilkeson
Creek, to aid in erosion
Saturday, Nov. 3rd
Lawn Maintenance Fencing, Cedar, Chain threshold exemption for control and to create
Mowing, Edge Trimming Link, Repairs, Gates Gutter whitening,
10AM-4PM Moss control, certain types of busi- healthy habitat for the
29021 SR 410 E, Pruning, Thatching, nesses that do not main- stream ecosystem as
Aeration, Weeding, Pressure washing,
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IT’S FINALLY HERE, (253) Locally owned in the Town, adopting a utilities that run near the
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available for a nominal Reach the Plateau! Reach thousands of readers word out? of hearing of appeals for
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Sandi Carlson made in writing, sent to apparel discount
Utility Clerk the point of contact listed - 30% vendor gear and
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Town of Carbonado cation of this notice. - Casual work environ-
Project Name: Code En- ORDINANCE NO. 469 Additional information ment
forcement Update AN ORDINANCE OF about the project, includ- Apply now:
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Are you interested in ney Lake BONADO, PIERCE can be obtained from the
making a difference in Project Description: COUNTY, WASHING- applicant contact below.
Draft Ordinance Responsible Official:
your community? The TON , ESTABLISHING
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code enforcement defini- Deputy Regional Envi-
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ronmental Officer
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is an interest in serving MORATORIUM ON THE
in Enumclaw, Small Ani- NOTICE OF PUBLIC Lead Agency: City of
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For Additional Informa- CARRIER
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Results! sewer garbage!
experience in the func-
Environmental Determi- PLICATIONS AND SET- tion:
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(360)825-0707 PROPERTY TAX LEVY
more information or to
download an applica- The Enumclaw City
2018 the Public Services DATE. Copies of the full 540 Church Street
Wilkeson WA 98396
2000 Director acting as the ordinance is available at
tion, refer to the City’s Council has scheduled SEPA Responsible Offi- (360)829-0790
two Public Hearings for the Clerk’s Office.
website at www.cityofe- or contact two consecutive Council
cial and the SEPA Offi- /s/Daillene Argo Clerk@ IN YOUR
cial determined that the
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November 13 and
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The Town of Wilkeson
notice will be conducted 1-253-872-6610
For 20 words or less.
Additional words are 25¢ per word. Green Editions, Stories, Public Comment: The for this project.
27 public has the right to re- has applied for Hazard # 831067
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current issue after that time. Please arrange to have your classified Mortgage Companies Tuesday, November public hearings/meet- Agency (FEMA) to fund Looking for part time
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Classifications nue, Enumclaw, WA ments will be accepted if
3000 come check out toys
98022, or by email to the


Our Classifieds are in a new order. for a month and then filed with the Public Ser-
Here are the main categories and their
return them to check City Clerk vices Department on or
divder pictures. This is the order that
out more. It is a mem- mburwell@ before 5:00 p.m. on No-
the categories appear in classifieds For
bership, but there are vember 7, 2018.

Plateau Area Communities:


a few ways families further information con- Staff Contact: Mary Re-
N Real Estate tact Stephanie McKen-
100 can fulfill that member- inbold, Assistant Plan-

ship. Enumclaw Toy zie, Finance Director, at ner/Code Enforcement;

N Rentals Library’s goal is to pro- 360-615-5629, or Phone: (253) 447-4350;
500 smckenzie@
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We provide support with daily
Gabe Hawthorne of passion for helping young
White River High School athletes and has dedi-
was named a CenturyLink cated more than 200 hours activities & personal needs in
the comfort and privacy of
High School Athlete of the to coaching and mento-
Week and will be recog- ring new and beginning
nized on the football wrestlers at the White River your own home.
field during the Nov. 15 Wrestling Club. He also
game between the Seattle volunteers weekly at the
Seahawks and the Green
Bay Packers.
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leave, keeps baseball finals in Pasco
Four schools will be leav- formal blessing for four across multiple sports. This determined by the WIAA
ing the statewide athletic schools to depart the follows a move by Hermis- playoff seeding committee
association, the base- WIAA and join the Oregon ton, Oregon, High School, for the first time this year,
Plateau Outreach Ministries (POM) thanks all of the donors, ball finale will continue School Activities Associa- which jumped from the a video exchange policy
volunteers, table captains, and guests who made our annual fund- in Pasco and coaches are tion, beginning next school OSAA and joined the WIAA was approved by the WIAA
raiser dinner and auction a great success this year! Our theme was ordered to trade video in year. The four – Bickleton, beginning this fall. Herm- Executive Board.
“Under the Big Top…where the community comes together to
support others.” It was a joy to visit with friends, many who attend a timely manner. Those Glenwood, Lyle-Wish- iston sought a league that Coaches will be required
every year, and those who were new attendees. We are thankful items were acted upon ram-Klickitat and Trout cut down on travel and to provide a copy of their
to be a member of a generous community where individuals, when the WIAA executive Lake – will still need was already scheduling team’s three most recent
families, and businesses support our work of helping those in board met for the first time approval from the OSAA. Washington schools on a games to their first-round
need. during the 2018-19 school The four schools, all nonleague basis. opponent within 30
year. found in Klickitat County • Board members agreed minutes of the tournament
We value and appreciate the individual, family, and business
donors who provided items for our silent and live auctions!
Leaders of the Washing- in southern Washington, to use Gesa Stadium in brackets being announced
Many of our donors give every year and we are grateful for their ton Interscholastic Activ- began the process during Pasco for baseball cham- on Nov. 4. If the timeline
continued support. We are also thankful to have a spectacular ities Association gathered the 2017-18 school year pionships at both the Class is not met, WIAA staff will
group of talented and tireless volunteers who make the auction on a Sunday in September. and requested the trans- 3A and Class 4A level. be notified and athletic
possible. Here’s a look at their action fer in an effort to cut travel The arrangements runs directors will be ordered to
items. costs as well as to provide through the 2021-22 school meet the requirement. If
Finally, we want to highlight and thank High Point Village who • The board gave its for complete scheduling year. The stadium will host the video is not received by
started this fund-raising event 14 years ago. We are blessed in
our partnership with High Point Village and appreciate their the championship games, 9 a.m. on Nov. 5, the foot-
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SNIDER FROM 18 to the Columbia River GOLF FROM 22 Christian, Ty Albrecht, Cameron Serba,
Circuit of the Professional Tristen Nichols and Wyatt Bort. Also
But a university education Rodeo Cowboys Associa- earning a trip to the state qualifier will be
was put on hold temporar- tion. There, the competition girls – Alina Adams, Ava Jenkins, Colton Willson and Ray Coville, while Ben
ily, largely due to Snider’s will be tougher, including Maddie Rubin and Meredith Petellin – Laurnen is a tourney alternate.
disdain for debt. the stock, but the money is qualified for WCD play. Here are the two-day totals for all:
The just-ended summer better. Here are the two-day totals for the Christian, 73-74-147, second overall;
season has helped in that For now, Snider can nine EHS girls advancing to spring play: Albrecht, 79-79-158, tied for 13th; Serba,
regard, as Snider pocketed appreciate what he’s worked Murphy, 94-87-181, 15th overall; VanHoof, 82-82-164, tied for 23rd; Nichols, 81-87-
a bit more than $7,200 in to achieve. 99-84-183, tied for 16th overall; Korpe, 168, 31st; Willson, 93-83-176, tied for
prize money, despite getting “I’ve learned a lot,” he 94-89-183, tied for 16th; Alina Adams, 38th; Coville, 93-84-177, tied or 40th; Bort,
a late start in the rodeo said from the road. “The 94-93-187, tied for 23rd; Rismiller, 97-93- 95-84-179, 41st; Laurnen, 100-990-190,
circuit. only way to accomplish a 190, tied for 28th; Anglin, 99-95-194, tied tied for 62nd.
The summer’s biggest goal is to just keep working.” for 33rd; Rubin, 94-100-194, tied for 33rd; WHITE RIVER GIRLS
highlight might have come And things are falling Jenkins, 98-99-197, tied for 36th; Petellin,
in August when Snider into, with a college degree 106-92-198, 39th. Four White River golfers earned trips
returned home and won within his grasp. ENUMCLAW BOYS to the state tournament during the Oct.
the Enumclaw rodeo. The “Everything is good,” 16-17 SPSL Medalist Tournament at
biggest payday was earned he said. “There’s no such The Hornet boys, by virtue of a fourth- Eagle’s Pride Golf Course in Tacoma.
earlier in the month at a thing as losing if you’re still place finish at the NPSL tournament, Earning a state berth were Brooke Geli-
rodeo in McMinnville, breathing at the end of the and the UM-West campus. qualified for the West Central District nas, who placed first overall after shooting
Oregon. Other stops on a day.” He eventually was elected tourney in May. 80 the first day and adding second day 77
busy summer tour included SHOWING president of the student Their tournament also was staged Oct. for a total of 157; Brooke Mahler, third,
Cashmere, Colfax, Cusick, body and was then elevated 15-16 at Gold Mountain.
Monroe, Okanogan, Port LEADERSHIP OUTSIDE to president of the Montana The advancing team consists of Jaeger SEE GOLF, PAGE 26
Angeles, Waterville, Ritz- THE RODEO ARENA Associated Students. In that
ville and Grandview, all in Snider showed leadership role, he headed a group that
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despite his returning focus chapters in all corners of the talk,” he said. The desired
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GOLF FROM 25 The Medalist Tourna- The postseason began placed 11th with rounds
ment capped a fall season in sorting itself out during of 94 and 92, for a total of
90-82-172; Emma McGre- which the White River girls the Oct. 16-17 South Puget 186; Drew Thompson, 13th,
gor, fourth, 92-89-181; went undefeated and won Sound League 2A Medalist 95-94-189; Jackson Flani-
and Alex Frederick, fifth, the league title. Tournament at Tacoma’s gan, 15th, 96-94-190; Adam
105-104-209. WHITE RIVER BOYS Eagle’s Pride Golf Course. Wakefield, 16th, 93-99-192;
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Buchholz and Jaedyn gan has assured himself of 172-stroke total placed him 20th,97-97-194; and Clay
Castaneda – advanced to a berth in the Class 2A state fourth overall. Cashman, 26th, 101-97-198.
the spring qualifying tour- tournament while a hand- Included in those who
nament. Buchholz went ful of teammates will have will likely advance to the
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119-114-233. elite field. nament are AJ Mills, who
girls wrestling
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