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The Canyon Weekly July 18, 2012

Volume 3, Issue 29

News and Life - For Our Side of the Mountain! Serving the communities of Lyons, Mehama, Elkhorn, Mill City, Gates, Niagra, Detroit, Breitenbush, Idanha and Marion Forks

Mill City man stabbed, suspect in jail threatened to shoot Sherman. Sherman reports he then grabbed an axe handle from his car, an object he keeps there to prop the hood up, and held it up in defense. (he denies having a baseball bat.) The females from the group then began striking Sherman in the face, backing him up his front walk. At that point he saw Sears approach from behind the women and felt as if he had been punched in the side. The group ran off whereupon Sherman discovered he had been stabbed. A neighbor came running to attend to Sherman. Medics from Mill City Fire and Lyons Fire Departments responded to the scene. Jason Sherman was transported to the Stayton Hospital where he underwent surgery for the stab wound. The knife damaged eight inches of muscle tissue, but managed to avoid internal organs. Sherman, an unemployed construction worker and single father, was scheduled to start a new job with a flooring company this Monday, but was able to due to the injury. He has no medical insurance. Sherman moved to Mill City with his daughter Cheyenne just this past May for the affordable rent and to be nearer his family who lives in Gates. “It’s a nice community, I like it here. This has me pretty shook up though. This sort of thing happens all the time in the larger cities, but you don’t hear about it because it’s more common place, I just want to keep my daughter safe,” he said. On July 14 at 11:26 a.m. Linn County deputies located and arrested Matthew Sears in Mill City. He is currently lodged in the Linn County Jail. On July 16, an arraignment was held and Sears was charged with assault in the 2nd degree. Deputies are continuing the investigation. The Linn County Sheriff’s Office was unable to substantiate or discount the story as told by Mr. Matthew Sears. Photo courtesy of OSP. Sherman.

Linn County Sheriff Tim Mueller reported in a press release that on July 13, 9:30pm deputies responded to S.W. 1st Avenue in Mill City, for a report of a stabbing. Upon arrival deputies found Jason Sherman, 38, with a knife wound to his left side. Sherman, who lives in Mill City, told deputies he was sitting on the hood of his vehicle in front of his home when a small group of people came walking by. A verbal argument erupted between Sherman and members of the group. One male of the group, identified as Matthew Jeffrey Sears, 29, also of Mill City, threatened to shoot Sherman. At this point Sherman obtained a baseball bat from his vehicle for self-defense. Two females in the group began pushing and hitting Sherman at which time Matthew Sears used a knife with a blade 3 to 4 inches long to stab him in his left side. After the stabbing the people in the group, including Sears, fled the scene on foot. Deputies searched the area for Sears but he was not located at that time. According the victim, that prior to the attack on him, Sherman had witnessed the females from the group engage in an altercation with his neighbors. The fight escalated to a point that Sherman handed the phone to his twelve year old daughter instructing her to call 911. The group then passed by Sherman’s home, where Sears, while reaching into his pants pocket,

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Santiam Canyon school district: budget passed, but likely to change, said board chairman

The current status of the Santiam Canyon School District is difficult to track as changes continue week by week. On June 27, in a special board meeting the 2012--13 budget was passed to meet the state appointed June 30 deadline. This may likely change, however. According to Dan Lemke, the Board Chairman, “a budget document is a best guess, it’s fluid, and subject to change throughout the year.” Issues surrounding fairness in insurance coverage and perks offered to the “confidential” employees was brought up, with promises from the board to investigate further. (the classification “confidential” pertains to employees who are privy to confidential information, but are not part of, nor receive the protection of the union bargaining unit.) Since that meeting the board (cont’d on page 2)

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Budget director Steve Nielsen accepts position at Corvallis school district FFA teacher also resigns from Santiam High; district seeks volunteers for continuing move from three schools to two

(cont’d from page 1) has been busy accepting resignations from staff members and searching for an interim superintendent. Steve Nielsen, the district budget director announced he will be leaving his position, and accepting the role of business director at the Corvallis School District. Nielsen has worked with the district for 11 years, and has seen many changes. “I’m excited for the opportunity, but also sad to leave here. It’s bittersweet,” said Nielsen. Nielsen’s move came to many as a surprise, as his leadership and dedication was well respected during the recent budget crisis. The board also accepted the resignation of Nichole Scholz, the Agricultural Instructor and advisor of the successful and popular Future Farmers of America club at Santiam High. Scholz, who was unable to be reached for comment, accepted a position at Madras High School. The hiring committee has been dedicating countless hours to pouring over the twenty applications of candidates for the interim superintendent position. The board will be meeting with the candidates next week for interviews in an executive session with the goal of having the new superintendent begin employment August 6. “We have a lot of good candidates here to choose from, I was surprised at the number and quality to choose from. I’m confident we’ll find the perfect match,” said board member Arnie White. “It will be nice to have someone from the outside come in with a fresh set of eyes- new thoughts

and new ideas- but more importantly help be visionary for our future,” said Steve Nielsen. When asked if they were working overtime in the search, the volunteers chuckled. “Fishing is good from what I hear,” said Dan Lemke. Lots of moving still has to happen before September 4, the first day of the new school year. The library has been moved and consolidated to the Mill City campus, and now is in full function, opened on Tuesdays and Thursdays to the public. This Saturday, July 21, there is another moving party. The classrooms at Gates are packed and ready to go. There are about 10 classrooms all boxed up, plus their furniture, to be loaded up and moved to the new Santiam Elementary in Mill City. The plan is to meet at Gates Elementary Saturday at 9 am with pick up trucks, trailers, hand trucks, screw drivers and strong arms. Call Roseanna at 503-897-2368 ext 25 if you have any questions. The plans for moving the playground equipment from Gates Elementary to Mill City is in the making also. Please call board member Arnie White to help. 503-897-3338.


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Upcoming free, family friendly events at Fishermen’s Bend Campground Looking for some family friendly fun this week? Fisherman’s Bend, just west of Mill City on Highway 22, has a loaded schedule of free events all through the summer, and you don’t have to be camping there to participate! Just please be aware that the gate getting into the park is locked at 10 pm, but visitors can leave the park at any time. • Wed. July 18, 2012 50’s Sci-Fi Theatre: Attack of the Giant Leaches at the Amphitheater 9:15pm • Fri. July 20, 2012 Stargazing after dark on the Cottonwood’s ball field • Sat. July 21, 2012 Our Solar System (Kid’s Educational Program) We will be making the planets of our solar system out of modeling clay at 3pm – All should sign up at the office – you can call to sign up at 503-897-2171 – we can take up to 25 students in a class – If our class fills up, we will set up a second

class at 4:30pm. • Sat. July 21, 2012 9:15pm Comets and Asteroids Slideshow presentation with Ranger Dan • Wed. July 25, 2012 50’s Sci-Fi Theatre: Tarantula at the Amphitheatre 9:15pm. • Fri. July 27, 2012 Stargazing after dark on the Cottonwood’s ball field • Sat. July 28, 2012 3pm Nature Journaling – We will be working on making nature journals, discussing what we can put in them and what things in nature are fun to track – All should sign up at the office – you can call to sign up at 503-897-2171 – we can take up to 25 students in a class – if our class fills up, we will set up a second class at 4:30pm. • Sat. July 28, 2012 9:15pm We will be showing the OPB movie, Oregon Outback. All events are free of charge and open to the public.

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MOVING DAY IS HERE! Calling all volunteers! This Saturday, July 21, 9am we will be moving the classrooms from Gates Elementary to the NEW Santiam Elementary building in Mill City! We have about 10 classrooms, and all of their furniture to move, and we could really use your help.

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top of a jar lid to fill it and then saturate the cotton to the top. 5. Place it in the location where needed. 6. Note: This solution will keep for a long while. A good technique is to drip a drop or two over the edge of the lid to rest on the counter so the ants will find the solution sooner. It sometimes takes a little while for them to find it, but find it they will. When they do, do not disturb them as they drink. They will hang over the edge of the lid and drink for a while and then take it back to the nest killing the colony. Almost overnight they will be gone.


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Events Coming Soon American Veterans Aid Financial Aid Seminar at Lakeside Assisted Living July 28, 10am at 2201 3rd Ave, Stayton. Wartime Veterans and their surviving spouses may be eligible to receive Aid and Attendance, for those in need of long term care at an assisted living community. Monthly tax-free benefits are - Surviving Spouse: $1,094, Single Veteran: $1,703, Married Veteran: $2,019. The 30 minute seminar

covers details about the benefits, elegibilty requirements, application process, and income and asset limitations. Reserve at 888-438-2073. Hosted by Lakeside Assisted Living & Retirement Cottages. Red Cross Blood Drive July 30, 1-6pm Santiam High School Commons. Appts: 800-448-3543. Dropins welcome!

12th Annual Santiam Canyon Youth Benefit Golf Tournament All proceeds benefit various Santiam Canyon youth programs and scholarships. Saturday, August 4, 9am shotgun start. Golfers of all handicaps are encouraged to register. Info: www.ybgolf.com.

Wildflower Hikes with USFS August 4, 9am: Phantom Land Bridge. 3 hour hike, moderate trail, about 1 mile. August 18, 9am: Bachelor Mountain. 3.5 hour, moderate/difficult trail, 2 miles. Meet at the Detroit Ranger Station (44125 North Santiam Highway SE). Sign up/info: 503-758-3268 or clwagner@fs.fed.us. Cascade Foothills Saturday Faire with Santiam Hearts to Arts Grove St, Mehama August 4 and September 1, 9:30am4pm. Circus performer Chris Corrado from 10am-2pm. Vendor info: Joyce Trout 503897-3116 or oilsandsaws@gmail.com Santiam High School Class of 1962 Reunion: 50-year class reunion will be held at Santiam High School Commons in conjunction with the Mill City Alumni

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Assn. annual pot-luck meal from August 5, 11:30am-4pm. Please come and bring friends, family. Contact: Mary Ann (Bassett) Kosiewicz, Cheryl (Hirte) Dolby or Jeanne (Britton) Devine. Regis Rams Youth Football Camp, Aug 6-9, 6pm-8pm, Regis High School football field, 550 W Regis Street, Stayton. Camp Director is new Regis Head Football Coach Drew Carter, staff includes Varsity Assistant Coaches and players. $45 per person. Info: 541-968-9879 Santiam Race For The Arts 5K Race and 3K Fun Run/Walk September 15 at Santiam High School. Proceeds support the 2012-2013 middle school musical production of “Sleeping Beauty,” the high school production of “A Midsummer Night’s Dream, and guitar instruction for 7-12 grade. Registration www.santiam.k12. or.us.

Events This Week Wednesday, July 18

6pm Federal Lakes Recreation Committee, Detroit Lake at Detroit Ranger Station 9:15pm 50’s Sci-Fi Walk-in Theater: Attack of the Giant Leeches at Fishermen’s Bend Campground Amphitheatre. Free. 27300 N Santiam Hwy, Mill City. Info: 503-897-2171 or Facebook.

Thursday, July 19

1pm Santiam Mem. Hospital Auxiliary meets in the conference room on the main floor. Update on the new hospital expansion. Includes light luncheon; open to the public. Info: Char Bartosz 503-749-2910. 3pm Lyons Library Summer Reading Program with guest performer Eric Herman at Lyons City Park. Dress theme: Backwards. Free. 7-8pm North Santiam School District (Lyons) board meeting

Friday, July 20

5pm Free Christian Rock Concert hosted by The Rock Youth Group at Mill City Baptist Church at the WEDDINGS IN Santiam High School gym. THE CANYONTwo bands: The Wedding YOUR and Nine Lashes. Info: CEREMONY, YOUR WAY Pastor Rich Cole 503-2773586 or Youth Pastor Derek Colleen Samuel offers Ownby 865-310-1230. non-denonomational wedding ceremonies, 9:30pm Stargazing at the way you want and Fishermen’s Bend Campwhere you want ground Cottonwood’s ball 503-897-3357 field. Free. 27300 N Santiam Hwy, Mill City. Info:


503-897-2171 or Facebook.

Saturday, July 21

9am-2pm Young Life Car Wash at US Bank. All donations for students to attend camp at Washington Family Ranch. 10am Free Boaters Education Class and Test with Dave Zahn of the Sheriff’s Dept at Kane’s Marina (Boater’s card extra.) Registration: 503-854-3362. 12-5pm Berry Festival at Fresh to You Produce Free BBQ lunch to the first 100 people, plus Berry Desserts and 50% off Berry Plants that day only. Info: www.ftyp. com or call 503-769-9682. 3pm Our Solar System at Fishermen’s Bend Campground. Free. Make clay models of the solar system with Khrystyl Best. 27300 N Santiam Hwy, Mill City. Info: 503-897-2171 or Facebook. 5-7pm Santiam Valley Grange Chili Feed to support the Grange Building Fund. Chili, corn bread and all the fixings. $6 for adults, under 6 are free. 1140 5th St, Lyons. Info: 503-859-2161 9:30pm Comets and Asteriods, Beauty and the Beast? at Fishermen’s Bend Campground. Learn about Comets and Asteroids from Ranger Dan (similar to National Parks program.) Free. 27300 N Santiam Hwy, Mill City. Info: 503-897-2171 or Facebook.

Monday, July 23

Free Junior Golf Clinic at Santiam Golf Club. Registration limited, 503-767-GOLF.

Tuesday, July 24

9am Mill City Municipal Court meets at Mill City Fire Hall 6-7pm Lyons City Council meets: city hall 6pm Mill City City Council meets at Mill City Middle School library 6:30pm Detroit Planning Commission meets at Detroit meeting room.

Tarantula at Fishermen’s Bend Campground. Free. 27300 N Santiam Hwy, Mill City. Info: 503-8972171 or Facebook.

Ongoing Weekly Events Mondays

6pm-9pm Youth Center for 7th-12th grades. Air Hockey, etc FREE. Mill City Baptist Church. 6:30-8pm Zumba in the Canyon SHS commons 265 SW Evergreen St. Mill City 503-949-7621

Tuesdays

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Active Listings 10am-2pm Quilting Club Canyon Neighborhood Report Sold & Pending Bible Fellowship, Lyons 910-4918 Price Changes *E-Mail Address Required 10:30am-2:30pm Santiam Elementary Library (MCMS) Suzette Boudreaux Check out books; participate in our Summer Reading Challenge (thru Call 503-949-4643 for details August 16). Info: Santiam Canyon www.OpenGateRealty.com School District 503-897-2321. 12pm Meals on Wheels, Senior Meals Fellowship Hall, MC PresbyteCanyon Weekly.indd 1 6/20/2012 11:35:58 AM rian. Meals on Wheels. Ruth:503-8972204. $3.50 donation recommended. Private Lessons Taught in Mill City by 7:30pm Santiam Al-Anon, Mt. View Professional Musician Church, Aumsville

Guitar Lessons

Wednesdays

10am-3pm Judy’s Art Class at Mill City Eagles Hall. Oil painting, all levels welcome. Weekly on Wednesdays. Drop in, open to all. 503-859-2213 5:30-8:30pm Youth Movie Night Ages 10-18 Mill City Christian Church. All kids MUST be picked up by 8:30. Free. 7pm AA Mtg Santiam Chapel, Lyons.

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Church of God, Sorbin St. Gates. 6:30-8pm Zumba in the Canyon Santiam Thursdays High School commons 265 SW Evergreen 10am-3pm North Santiam Quilters, Gates St. Mill City 503-949-7621 Church, all levels! 897-2102 Fridays 10:30am-2:30pm Santiam Elementary Free Knife Sharpening Friday at Gene’s Library (MCMS) Check out books; particiMeat Market in Mehama (limit 5 please). pate in our Summer Reading Challenge At the flashing yellow light on Hwy 22. Wednesday, July 25 (thru August 16). Info: Santiam Canyon 10am-12pm Kid Zone Fun, crafts and a 6:30pm Mill City Lions Club meets at Mt. School District 503-897-2321. FREE sack lunch. Mill City Baptist Church. Edge Cafe, 320 NW Santiam Blvd, Mill 12pm Meals on Wheels, Senior Meals. 140 N. 1st. St (503) 536-5414 City. Info: Sandy Lyness 503-551-2645. Fellowship Hall, MC Presbyterian Church. 1pm Canyon Senior Center Open PiRuth:503 897-2204 9:15pm 50’s Sci-Fi Walk-in Theater: nochle 844 South First St, Mill City 5033:30-5 Good News Club at Mill City Baptist Church. Kids K-4 grade. Bible 897-4176 stories, singing, games, snack. Free. 140 7:30-8:30pm Idanha AA at City Hall. N. 1st St. Mill City. Sundays 6pm-9pm Youth Center for 7th-12 6:30pm Youth Center at Mill City Baptist grades. Air Hockey, Ping Pong, Foos Church Ball. FREE. Mill City Baptist Church. 4-5pm Weight Watchers at Work meets at the SHS library. New Mon-Thurs 5:30a-4p 16oz Real Fruit Smoothies members, transfers welcome! Info: Fri 5:30a-5p $4.00 Sat-Sun 6:30a-5p Roseanna Juhola 503-897-2368 Thur-Double Punch 6pm Bible Study at Living Water Hwy 22 & Gates Hill Rd 503.897.6031

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Linn County Sheriff’s Office Police Log for July 8 to July 15

DISTB-OTHER IVY ST Mill City ex boyfriend of an ex girlfriend is causing a disturbance. Susp is now leaving in listed veh. Contact caller. Date: 07/09/12 Time: 14:21 DISTB-NOISE JOHN NEAL PARK BOAT RAMP Contact caller by phone regarding a noise disturbance that occ’d on the 7th. Date: 07/10/12 Time: 11:28 SUSP-VEHICLE MYRTLE ST Mill City Caller would like to speak with a deputy regarding a veh parked in her driveway while they were gone camping. Date: Calls for Mill City Fire July 3 - July 10 07/10/12 7/4-----16:52---------NE 5th---------------------Medical Time: 7/6----05:52----------SE Juniper-----------------Medical 15:21

Date: 07/08/12 Time: 12:50 VEH-REPO MYRTLE ST Mill City caller states that the vehicle has a victory trailer hooked to it. The caller will not leave the trailer behind in case someone decides to steal it. Date: 07/08/12 Time: 13:00 DEATH INV MOWITCH RD (gun licenses listed) Date: 07/08/12 Time: 18:48 DISTB-OTHER LYONS MILL CITY DR caller says the ex just called and said he was on his way there. there is a no contact order. Date: 07/09/12 Time: 12:52

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DISTB-OTHER SANTIAM BV Mill City PR says that her friend was sprayed by female with bleach. Date: 07/10/12 Time: 16:15 SUSP-PERSON IVY ST Mill City contact caller about a pushy magazine salesgirl that came to her home last week. She is available by phone Date: 07/10/12 Time: 18:37 HARASSMENT RPT 5TH ST Lyons PR reporting that her father has been getting harassed on the phone by a scammer. The person was told not to call back and did. Date: 07/10/12 Time: 22:45 SUSP-PERSON JUNIPER LN Lyons Pr reporting that her grandson and a friend were riding

their bikes on Juniper near some trails. They told her they ran into a male dressed up with a clown mask. Date: 07/11/12 Time: 0:30 PROWLER BROADWAY ST Mill City caller is inside susp is outside pounding on the window attempting to get inside, susp is big and mean Date: 07/11/12 Time: 9:22 CRIM MISCHIEF 7TH ST Lyons Caller states that his wife went out to get the mail this morning. When she reached in she got yellow powder all over her hand. Date: 07/11/12 Time: 15:45 VIOL OF RESTR ORDER KINGWOOD AV Mill City Male walked by the callers house 5-6 mins wb on Kingwood. Date: 07/11/12 Time: 18:06 THEFT-RPT CAMP MORRISON DR Caller reporting theft of multiple items from the school. Last night a washer & dryer were taken. Date: 07/11/12 Time: 20:13 TRESPASS HAZEL ST Mill City Caller advising that she believes that man possibly kicked in her front door. Caller did not see him but believes it Date: 07/12/12 Time: 3:28 JUVCOMPLAINT 14TH ST Lyons 2 boys dressed in dark clothes wondering around Caller is on his way to work and noticed them. Date: 07/12/12 Time: 19:55 DISTB-OTHER DOGWOOD ST Lyons Caller is reporting that her neighbor is on her

other neighbours front yard weedwacking the weeds and yelling profanities and about how the yard is a fire hazard. Date: 07/13/12 Time: 17:10 HAZ-TRAFFIC RIVER RD Mill City PR said that her neighbor put a cement block in the road and PR hit it with her car. PR said that when she hit it the neighbor came out and Date: 07/13/12 Time: 20:53 DISTB-OTHER FAIRVIEW ST Mill City x- girlfriend of callers son is on her way over, she was told to stay away. Son is intoxicated. Date: 07/13/12 Time: 21:30 POLICE STAB/ GUNSHOT CALL 1ST AV Mill City male stabbed. in the side. un known what this was about. the susp threaten the vict with a gun. Date: 07/13/12 Time: 23:38 TRAFF-DUII LYONS MILL CITY DR caller is following susp veh - inbound to mill city from location caller is a mill city fd Date: 07/14/12 Time: 9:50 DOG COMPLAINT BROADWAY ST Mill City PR advised there are two dogs and a pitbull charged her today. Date: 07/14/12 Time: 10:35 SUSPECT CONTACT - FOLLOW UP FAIRVIEW ST Mill City son is home now. He is sleeping in the front room and does not know x-girlfriend is calling. Date: 07/14/12 Time: 12:14 DISTB-DOMESTIC ALDER st Mill City Norcom advised female called and advised someone trying to take a baby Date: 07/14/12 Time: 23:26 FIRE ARMS COMPL IVY ST Mill City Pr said heard multiple gunshots in the area for about the last 1/2 hour.


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Obituaries Bruce Ray Sloan

February 19, 1962 - July 6, 2012

Bruce Ray Sloan was born February 19, 1962 in Kalamath Falls,OR to Edna and Newton Sloan. He spent his childhood in Stayton,OR with his mother and father and five siblings. Bruce later married his wife Minta, of 24 years in Dallas,OR. They raised their family, two boys and two girls in Mill City,OR. Bruce and his family spent their time hunting, fishing, and camping throughout Oregon. One of

our favorite memories is waking up on Saturday morning to a big ol’ breakfast, he always made sure to make enough for all the neighborhood kids too! And on Sunday you could always count on Bruce to have a special pot of beans ready on the stove. Bruce worked at Phillip Industries for 17 years. He then later felt fortunate to have worked along the side of his two sons for River City Excavation driving truck, where they shared lots of good memories in the hot sun. This last year he spent driving truck for A&B Septic in Albany,OR. There was nothing Bruce loved more than hanging out with his fishing buddy Brayden. (oldest grandson- the fish slayer) He showed him all his favorite fishing holes and how to reel the big ones in. Bruce always talked about the days he could teach all

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his grandchildren the same tricks; Mae Mae, Jo Bug, Ledoux, Cuddle Bug Ryder, and his Paisley Girl. Bruce is survived by: two brothers Nevada and Randy, two sisters Valerie and Angela. His wife Minta. Four Children, Tyson wife Lindsay and children Eva and Jaxen. Joe wife Drenda and children Sophia and Ryder. Kalani, Eric Gutierrez and son Brayden. Kalia, Ross Farthing and daughterPaisley. The family will be spreading Bruce’s ashes in his favorite fishing hole on the Santiam River. There will be a Celebration of Life to follow at John Neal Park August 4, 2pm. We will miss you freebird.

Subscribe Today! Jerry Leon Kimery September 22, 1950 July 8, 2012

LYONS – Jerry Leon Kimery, age 61, of Lyons, passed away at his home in Lyons. He was born Sept. 22, 1950 and lived most of his life in Lyons. He served in the US Army during the Vietnam Era and had worked for many years for Freres Lumber Company. He was married to Rhonda Meader, April 15, 1990 in Portland, Oregon, she preceded him in death on Oct. 16, 2004. He was also preceded in death by his parents, Willard and Celina Kimery and his brother, Jack Kimery. He enjoyed hunting. He is survived by his daughter, McKenzie of Lyons; grandson, James Harris Jr. and nephew, Aaron Kimery. Graveside memorial with military honors was held Sat. July 14 at Fairview Cemetery in Mill City.

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