Yosemite, Notifications wakes computer up.

Just wondering if it is happening to anyone else. I have set my Notifications to Do Not Disturb, and unchecked "Wake for network access", but the computer still wakes up when I receive a Notification in the Notification Center. Is there a bug and is there a fix for it?

Hello scwest,
I have to agree with ExJamJus, you need to do a BIOS update. 
I also agree that there is a chance it is your Power Management driver or program.
Here is a link to the Power Management and BIOS updates.
If possible do a fresh install of the Ultranav utility and  driver.  In other words uninstall the current driver and install the new one from the link above.  It is located under the mouse and keyboard tab.
I hope this helps,
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