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Lighthouse Takes Volleyball Championship In 1AD2 Volleyball, the Lighthouse team from Twin Falls took the Championship without loosing a set. The Camas Mushers girls gave the second place team (Tri-Valley) a run for their money in their first game of the tournament loosing three sets to one. They came back to a decisive win over Rockland in their second game, 25/13, 25/15 and 25/18. Their final game of the tournament was against Mackay where they lost their first set 14/25, came back to win the second set 25/23, and ended with two losses, 22/25

& 20/25. In 1AD1 Volleyball, the Hagerman girls took their first two games easily. The third game against Troy went five sets as the two teams traded back and forth for the lead. In the end, Hagerman lost the fifth set 13 to 15. They went on to lose their forth game to this year’s first place team, Genesee, to take third in the tournament. The State Cross Country Meet, held last Saturday in Idaho Falls, gave the Gooding Girls team a sixth place finish (3A) and the Dietrich

Boys team a twelfe place finish (2A). See page 2 for individual results. The State Football tournament starts this week in various locations. Hagerman will play Murtaugh on Thursday, November 7, in the Holt Arena (Pocatello) at 7:30 p.m. Dietrich will be playing in Castleford this Friday, November 8, at 2:30 p.m. Wendell will host North Fremont on Friday, November 8, at 7:00 p.m. and Gooding will host SugarSalem this Friday, November 8, at 7:00 p.m. continued on page 2.....

The Camas J.H. Football took the 2013 Championship in the Northside Conference. Note worthy this year is that the team had two girl players, Bailey Peterson and Luci Cuellar, and in their final game, young Miss Cuellar scored two touchdowns. Congratulations to our Young Mushers.

Camas Chamber Bingo Saturday, November 9th ~ Noon to 3 p.m. at the Camas School Cafeteria Tickets 50 cents ~ Prizes include turkeys and other great items!

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Affordable Healthcare Law May Be Delayed Just a month or so after Senate Democrats successfully thwarted a Republican attempt to defund or delay the Affordable Care Act, a number of Democratic Senators are now talking about doing just what the Republicans were asking them to do - namely, delay the individual mandate to purchase health insurance. HealthCare.gov (the national exchange site) is experiencing numerous problems, including a less than 1% success rate in enrollment, and even after that, the ‘successful’ enrollees are having problems. The biggest problem, however, is the lack of cybersecurity. There have been several instances of large blocks of information being sent to erroneous addresses, and individuals have received conformation letters with other people’s information. In some states, navigator groups (private organizations set up to help people through the sign-up process) have access to personal information. While there are laws which prohibit these groups from retaining that information, it is all but impossible to enforce such rules. In fact, there is continued on page 7.....


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Notices of Upcoming Events & Meetings

Veteran’s Day

Elmer Miller Post # 19 will hold a Veterans Memorial Service at the Mountain View Cemetery north of Fairfield at 11 a.m. on the 11th of November. A luncheon, hosted by the American Legion Auxiliary, will follow at noon at the Legion hall. The public is invited to attend both the memorial service and the luncheon.

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A Snap-On Tool Chest with Tools was stolen out of a box trailer, outside of the town of Gooding. Any information leading to the recovery will be rewarded. Please contact (208) 421-4850.

Soldier Mountain Annual Meeting

The Soldier Mountain Ski Area annual meeting is tonight (November 6th) at the Camas County School at 7 p.m. They will discuss changes to the recreational facilities. For questions, please contact Lacey Heward at 208-764-2526.

Fairfield Outdoor Lighting

The Fairfield Planning & Zoning Commission will hold a public workshop on November 12th, 2013, to discuss a possible new ordinance for outdoor lighting. Please come and join the conversation. Workshop will be held at the Senior Center 125 Willow Ave East in Fairfield at 7 p.m. Any questions please call the City 764-2333 or email pandzfairfield@frontier.com.

We Need Coats!

With the weather turning cold we have received a number of requests for winter coats for children. We are in dire need of coats for boys sizes 5-10. If you have children’s coats of any size, please drop them by Helping Hearts & Hands in Gooding!

Support for the Gooding Public Library November 8th and 9th

This weekend, support the Book Fair at the Gooding War Memorial Hall (203 3rd Ave West). All are invited and encouraged to attend and buy books for the holidays. Magic Valley Bank will generously match up to $4,000 for any funds raised.

Live Christmas Tree Sale!

This year, the Camas Soil Conservation District is selling 3-4’ live Christmas trees. Three varieties are available: Austrian Pine, Colorado Spruce and Blue Spruce. Each comes in a foil wrapped pot with care instructions. Order by November 25th and trees will be available for pickup by December 5th. Cost is only $49.95 each! Call (208)764-3223 or come by 403 Soldier Road, South Entrance, Fairfield. You can e-mail at camasscd@yahoo.com

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Election Results Fairfield: Two positions on City Council went to Matt Croner (32) and Kirsten Eaton (31). Keven Dugan received 21 votes. Shoshone: Mayor Dave Wendell (161) held on over Dale Sluder (79). Two council seats went to Dan Pierson (190) and Tammy Swaner (110). Jann Thomsen receivd 107 votes. For the Lincoln County Cemetery District, Fred Stechelin received 256 votes, Carl Kerner 155 votes, and Greg Sant 125 votes. For the L.C. Recreation District Board, Kathy Marsh 219 votes and Jamie Turner 125 votes. Gooding: In the mayorial race, Walter Nelson received 405 votes, Jennifer Wheeler 104, and Enos Waddoups and Alfred Eichholz each received 8 votes. Gooding’s Water Bond Election passed with 309 (60%) votes in favor and 204 against. Wendell: Lori Swainston won the mayorial race with 236 votes over Jan Gooding who received 121 votes. The two open council seats went to Jason Houser with 258 votes and Herb Allred with 234 votes. Paul Isaacson received 111 votes and Melody Finley 101 votes. Hagerman: Two council seats went to Jay Hauser (90) and Alan Jay (69) over Dale Christoffersen (64) and Fred Churruca (39). The other two council seats went to Steven Bland (92) and Carl Jeffries (84) over Krista Merrill (76). Bliss: The two open council seats went to Don Clemmons (48) and Ted James (34) over Debra Greeley (22) and Anthony Ramirez (26). In the Bliss Rural Fire commission race, Mike Elliott beat out Randy Erkins 94 to 75, while Jerome Vanderwyst won over James Pruett 94 to 73.

Individual Cross Country 5K Run Results

Girls 3 Rachel Youren 37 Madi Kelsey 39 Brittany Russell 45 Nora Andermatt 62 Oriana Froehlich 63 Izzy Sluder 66 Cami McHan 69 Lakin Tsetsakis

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20:03.31 23:17.00 24:08.21 24:32.28 26:05.35 26:44.28 26:50.17 27:54.66

Boys 6 Eliseo Garcia 9 Jacob Dalton 28 Jordan Chapman 66 Trey Dill 78 Kyle Perron 84 Daniel Daily 95 Jake Smith 125 Kaden Tew 127 Jarom Stimpson

Gooding Dietrich Wendell Dietrich Dietrich Hagerman Dietrich Dietrich Dietrich

17:38.22 17:51.04 18:38.38 19:41.75 20:04.74 20:17.21 20:36.77 23:44.54 28:03.60


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American Legion Post 41

Dine-In or Take-Out

Pizza & Pasta

Wendell’s Annual Veterans Day Dinner

Downtown Fairfield

Saturday, November 9th ~ 6:00 p.m.

764-2030

Open to members, spouses, and prospective new members For more information, contact James Crouson at 536-6642

New Winter Hours:

Saturday, November 9, 8 a.m. to Noon

Health Fair This Saturday, November 9th, along with their monthly breakfast, the Camas Senior Center will host a health fair. Come talk with health professonals, have a blood pressure check, visit with a Respiratory Therapist about a variety of lung conditions, and if you haven’t done so already, get a flu shot. You can also get your blood tested by North Canyon Medical Center. Chemistry Profile is $35.00 and includes 32 test that screen for thyroid, diabetes, cardiac risk, nutrition, kidney & liver function, and a complete cholesterol analysis (do not eat or drink anything for 12 hours prior to the test). HgA1c test is $20.00 (monitors long term blood control in diabetics). PSA is $15.00 (screens for prostate cancer in men). Please call (208) 764-2226 for more information.

TROT FOR TJ-5k Run/Walk

Please come out and support our friend Taylor “TJ” Freeman, he was diagnosed in 2012 with a form of cancer called Hodgkin’s Lymphoma. All proceeds from the run go directly to TJ. This is a Thanksgiving 5k run/walk, pancake breakfast and raffle. Takes place Thursday November 28, 2013 from 8 to 11 a.m. The cost for the 5k run/walk is $25 per person or $65 per family and includes a t-shirt and breakfast. Strollers are welcome! Race registration opens at 7:00 a.m. - race at 8:00 a.m. Will be held at North Valley Academy (Charter School) 906 Main Street Gooding, ID 83330. Don’t want to walk/run? Come join us for the pancake breakfast: $7 per adult, $5 per child age 5 to 17, children 5 and under are free or $30 for a family. Breakfast only and raffle tickets can be bought on site at the 5k - bring cash!



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Cleo A. Rietkerk

Cleo A. Rietkerk, 81, passed away after a long illness on November 3, 2013 in Hagerman, Idaho at the Stonebridge Assistant Living. Cleo was born on December 20, 1931 in Mountain Home, Idaho to Oral and Eva Thompson. Cleo graduated from Bliss High School in 1949. Cleo married Clarence J. Hoagland on February 24, 1951. She lived in Umatilla, Oregon, Bliss, Idaho and Antioch and McKinleyville, California areas. After the sudden death of Clarence in 1974 she then moved back to Idaho in 1975. Cleo married Henry “Rabbit” Rietkerk on May 20, 1979. They worked together in the Dairy business and later the cow hauling business. Cleo loved bowling, water skiing, reading books, and watching her favorite basketball team, the Utah Jazz. She had various seasonal jobs throughout her life. Survived by: her son, Del (Sally) Hoagland; step-daughter, Vickie (Michael) Sawitz; step-sons, John (Rhonda) Rietkerk, Geroge (Nancy) Rietkerk and Jack Rietkerk; grandchildren, Gus (Jozette) Hoagland, Lea (Robert) Anglebrandt; stepgrandchildren, Steve (Sofia) Sawitz; Alison (Zachary) Duff; Ryan (Mindy) Rietkerk; Erin (Skeeter) Roe; Nolan (Amy) Rietkerk; Alan (Niki) Rietkerk, George Rietkerk III ; Jeff (Marsha) Rietkerk; Zachary Rietkerk; Margaret Rietkerk; Hank (Tracy) Rietkerk; Rachelle Abernathy (Breedyk). Also survived by 3 Great grandchildren in Alaska and 21 step-grandchildren. Preceded by: husbands, Clarence and Henry; parents, Oral and Eva Thompson; son, Duke Hoagland; brother, Monte Thompson, and step grandson, Buck Rietkerk. A memorial service will be held on Friday, November 8, 2013 at 1:00 p.m. at Demaray Funeral Service – Gooding Chapel. Cremation arrangements will precede the services with the services to conclude at the chapel. In lieu of flowers the family request donations made to Encompass Hospice. Condolences may be sent to the family by visiting www.demarayfuneralservice.com.

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Horace Lyle Adams

Horace Lyle Adams returned to live with his Heavenly Father on Friday, October 25, 2013. He passed away peacefully at home. He was born in Declo, Idaho to Lester and Alice Adams on March 24, 1924. He started 1st grade when they moved to Albion, Idaho where he rode a horse to school. Later they moved to View and again he rode a horse to the View Country School. He also attended Burley High School. He met his sweetheart Betty Satchwell at a dance in Albion. They got married December 24, 1943 in Albion. They lived with his parents in View until he was drafted into the Navy during World War II on his birthday, March 24, 1944. He served in Japan and the Solomon Islands (by Australia). Their first daughter, Lyrene, was born while he was away. When he returned from the war they bought a farm at View close to his parents. Three more children were born; a son, Roddy, and two more daughters, Delila and Sandra. In 1954, they moved to a dairy farm north of Shoshone, where they raised their family and stayed until they retired, sold the dairy farm to Roddy, and moved to Gooding. They got involved in the Wiseway business and made lots of new friends and traveled extensively. They became active members of the LDS Church, where he served as Sunday School President and as a Ward Missionary. They were sealed in the Boise, Idaho Temple on December 7, 1989. He loved to swim at Miracle Hot Springs and was an avid snowmobiler. Some days he would ride over a hundred miles in one day and sometimes he rode all night with his son, Roddy and other family and friends. He is survived by his beloved wife, Betty Adams, of Gooding, Idaho: 1 son, Roddy (Cheryl) Adams, of Shoshone, Idaho: 3 daughters, Lyrene (Jerry) Warren, of Twin Falls, Idaho, Delila (Scott) Williams, of Smiley Creek (Sawtooth City), Idaho, and Sandra Strickland, of Gooding, Idaho; 10 grandchildren; 22 greatgrandchildren; 4 great-great-grandchildren; and 1 brother, Royce Devon Adams, of Shoshone, Idaho. He was preceded in death by his parents; two sisters; 1 great-grandson; and 1 son-in-law, Larry Strickland. Funeral services were held on Wednesday, October 30, 2013, at the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints in Gooding. Burial followed at the Elmwood Cemetery. The family suggests memorial contributions in Lyles’ name be made to a charity of choice. Funeral arrangements by Demaray Funeral Service – Gooding Chapel.


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obit ua r ies Bud Roseberry

June 6, 1927 – October 26, 2013 Thomas Carl “Bud” Roseberry was born June 6, 1927, in Pawhuska, Oklahoma, the son of Thomas Roseberry & Jenevieve Walton Roseberry. The family moved to Idaho when Bud was a baby traveling across country to Richfield, Idaho, in a swing in the back seat of a Model T Ford. He grew up in Marley and attended school in Richfield. Bud enlisted in the Navy and was honorably discharged in September of 1944. He married his high school sweetheart, Veta Ann Cooper, on June 9, 1944, in Shoshone, Idaho and they renewed their wedding vows December 15, 2013 in Ketchum, Idaho. Together they raised four children. Bud rode bulls, broncs and roped in the area rodeos and was a cowboy for life. He was inducted into the Idaho Legends of Rodeo - Cowboy Hall of Fame in 2005. He moved his family to Jerome in 1954 and began work as a State Brand Inspector. He was honored with the State of Idaho Certificate of Recognition in 1978 by then Governor Evans. He was the happiest on his horse and working with cattle. He was a man of compassion, integrity, humility, with a funloving spirit and a great love for life and his family. Bud was a proud member of the Peoria Tribe of Oklahoma and had relatives in the Lakota Tribe of Sioux in South Dakota. Bud & Veta resided at Willowbrook Assisted Living in Twin Falls for the past year, where he will be remembered for his dancing. He passed away peacefully on Saturday, October 26, 2013, with his family by his side and his boots on. We thank the staff at Willowbrook for their kindness and care, as well as Visions Hospice for letting him go with dignity. Bud is survived by his four children, Karen Roseberry of Ketchum, Karla Roseberry Gonzalez (Felix) of Ketchum, Blake Roseberry (Robyn) of Albion, PA & Steve Roseberry (Ann) of Middleton, ID. He is also survived by 5 grandchildren: his favorite granddaughter, Jennie Gridley, of Meridian, ID; Ben & Bud Gonzalez of Ketchum; Joe & Sam Roseberry of Middleton and three great grandchildren, Jake, Madison and Ella Jo Gridley of Meridian. Anita Renner of Gooding & Roxy Sorensen of Richfield are his two surviving sisters. He was preceded in death by a grandson, David Kosofsky; his parents & three brothers, Chester, Don, & Jerry. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to Hospice Visions, 1770 Park View Drive, Twin Falls, ID 83301. Funeral services were held on Thursday, October 31, 2013, at Farnsworth Mortuary. Internment took place at the Richfield Cemetery.



Deanna Beer

Beloved wife, mother, grandmother, sister and friend, Deanna Mae Beer, 60, of Gooding, Idaho, passed away Sunday, October 27, 2013 at her home with her family by her side. She was born February 24, 1953 in Gooding, Idaho, the daughter of Ervin “Rusty” and Beulah Dains. She attended and graduated from Gooding High School. She later left the area and had daughter, Sarah M. White of Twin Falls. On December 29, 1981 she married, Gary L. Beer, and together raised Sarah and had daughters, Barbara J. Doud, aka B.J. (Corey) of Sevierville, TN, Amy L. Beer of Twin Falls; and son, Donald L. Beer of Gooding. In July of 1988, Deanna earned her certificate of Applied Science in Practical Nursing through the College of Southern Idaho. For the next 25 years she devoted her life, love and time to helping others. Her greatest pride and joy though was being a wife to her husband, mother to her children, and “Nana” to her grandsons. Deanna had many hobbies. She enjoyed sewing quilts, scrapbooking, cooking, taking trips with her family and garage saleing. Along with her husband and four biological children, she is survived by her three step-daughters, Nancy Dunn of Huntsville, AL, Dana R. Johnson (Lanny) of Twin Falls, Traci A. Beer (Scott) of Hailey; step-son, Toby Lisenbee of Gooding; two grandsons, Manuel and Ian Doud; two brothers, Danny (Ginger) Dains of Gooding and George (Marsha) Dains of Gooding; as well as step-grandchildren, many nieces, nephews and friends. She was preceded in death by her parents; sister, Darlene Kloiber; brothers, Delbert Dains and Richard (Carma) Dains; and niece, Leta Mae Dains. The family would like to thank Home Health and Hospice for the care they provided over the last few weeks. A celebration of Deanna’s life was held on Monday, November 4, 2013 at Demaray’s Gooding Chapel. Deanna’s family suggests that in lieu of flowers, donations be made in her name to the Cerebral Palsy Foundation of Idaho. “Oh, when I die, take my saddle from the wall. Put it on my pony, lead him from his stall. Tie my bones to his back and turn our faces to the west. Together we’ll ride the prairies we loved the best.”


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Senior Center Menues All menues are subject to change without notice.

Fairfield 764-2226 (129 Willow Avenue West)

Lunch: 2.50 (2-9) $5 (10-59) $4 over 60 (suggested)

Breakfast: (8 to 10) 2nd Saturday of the Month

Call by 10 a.m. for take out. Also, please let the Center know if you have any special dietary needs such as allergies to food. -------------------------Friday, November 1 Stuffed Chicken Breasts Tuesday, November 5 Grilled Turkey w/ Soup & Salad Wednesday, November 6 Spaghetti & Meatballs / Garlic B.

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Lunch Suggested Donation $3.50

Breakfast: (7:30 to 10) 1st Saturday of the Month

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Breakfast: 3rd Saturday of the Month (8 to 10)

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The Ambassador’s Daughter

by Pam Jenoff

This is the first novel I’ve ever read about a young Jewish girl who didn’t act Jewish, about a politically savvy girl who had close ties to the creation of the Treaty of Versailles who was been completely aware and involved with WWI, the “war to end all wars” yet commits treason without even a single sleepless night. This is the story of a beautifully educated, intelligent woman who suddenly changes personality and becomes a habitual liar. So how can a story with all those components have a happy ending? And I don’t want to fail to mention she also has an unwanted husband who conveniently falls on his sword. Really??? Maybe that’s why this book is labeled Romance. She could and should have ended her story bleeding to death in a gutter in Paris. Most of us know in our hearts that romance isn’t real. And neither is this book.

Celebrate Family Reading

The Camas County School District Library, the Junior High, and High School Reading Clubs, will be celebrating Children’s Book Week and Idaho Family Reading Week on November 13, 2013 at the Camas High School Gym from 1:30 to 3:00 p.m. Idaho Family Reading Week is an annual statewide celebration of family reading and we are planning a variety of events to reinforce the fun and value of reading. The theme this year is “Imagine the Fun at Your Library”. Some of the activities planned are: A Short Thanksgiving Story by the H.S. Reading Club; “Twas the Night Before Thanksgiving” (a creative writing class version); “The Road Not Taken” recited by the 7th Grade class; A literary costume contest for staff; And much more! Parents, Junior High and High School students, and all staff, will read with the elementary students. Bring sleeping bags, bean bags and large pillows to sit on while reading. In addition, art projects made by elementary students will be on display, and Sarah Boardman will bring a live turkey (children will be allowed to pet it). Refreshments will be served.


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...Healthcare Delay continued wide spread evidence that some navigator groups are deliberately collecting and retaining information for political purposes. All of this adds up to a perfect place to have your identity stolen. If you haven’t signed up already (or attempted to do so), several consumer advocacy organizations are advising people not to do so, at least for now. While the administration is insisting that the sign-up problems will be fixed, a growing number of Democrats are saying it is impossible fix the problems before the March 31st deadline. Legislation is currently being drafted that may delay the requirement to buy insurance until January 2015. Given the politics, it is unlikely that this legislation will be brought to a vote until the very last minute. In Idaho, the exchange (which like several other states, relies on federal software to enroll people in coverage) has also been having problems. Last week, Governor Otter officially asked the U.S. Health and Human Services Secretary, Kathleen Sebelius, to support a one-year delay in imposing the individual mandate requirement of the Affordable Care Act. So, what does it mean to you if the delay does not happen? According to White House documents published in the Federal Register, as many as 50% of those in the individual market will loose their current insurance coverage by the end of the year (group plans are safe for now because those mandates have been delayed). Also, as insurance companies bring their policies into compliance with the Affordable Care Act, most people with insurance are facing large

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increases in costs and deductibles. If you do not have insurance, you can hope that the exchange problems are fixed, or resign yourself to paying the fine. The yearly fine in 2014 is $95 per person ($47.50 for those under 18) or 1% of household income (this increases to 2.5% in 2016). According to HealthCare.gov this penalty only applies if you can afford insurance. The “Individual Responsibility Payment” (as it is called on HealthCare.gov) will be collected by the IRS when you file your Federal Tax Return, however, the Affordable Care Act stipulates that taxpayers are not subject to criminal prosecution or penalty for refusing to pay the fine. Also, the IRS cannot place a lien on property, like it can for pass due taxes. In fact, the only way the IRS can collect the mandate fine is by taking it out of excess withholdings or deducting it from your tax refund. Many taxpayers arrange their withholdings by paying a little more than they need to, and thus they receive a refund when they file their taxes. This will make them subject to the fine if they decide not to purchase insurance. If your withholdings are such that you have to pay something at tax time, the IRS has no legal recourse to collect the fine.

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The Courier News  November 6, 2013 Thank You from the City of Fairfield The City of Fairfield would like to thank the following committee members of the Downtown Revitalization Plan: Tyler Ballard, Janet Croner, Jerry Nelson, Nora Leigh Weidman, Suzanne Schmidt, Laura Escrobar, and Jessica Weber. We also extend our thanks to all the business owners and citizens for their participation in workshops and surveys. If you would like to review the Downtown Plan please visit the cities web site at http://cityoffairfieldidaho.com/. As part of our next step forward we are looking for a business owner and citizen that would like to be part of an action team for the marketing group. If you are interested please call the city office 764-2333 or email pandzfairfield@frontier.com. Megan Stelma City of Fairfield Planning & Zoning Administrator pandzfairfield@frontier.com

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Years ago I was employed to haul logs. The job required lots of hours per day to do the job. A few factors seemed to be on a daily checklist. First of all, your truck needed to be in good working order! 80,000 pounds of logs were always tailing you, ready to shear your cab off at a moment’s notice. A couple of other items from the checklist included your lunch box, and the roar of your jake brake. Since you left before breakfast and came home after dinner, that lunch box was like your major life support concentrated in sandwich or can form. One did not forget your lunch box on the counter at home. Nor did you forget it in the car from the night before. It was a companion attached to your hand similar to a ring or wrist watch. The roar of the jake brake was like the ticking of a clock. Without the sound or function of the jake brake, you noticed it immediately. The jake or Jacob’s Brake was developed to hold the motor back, to keep it from going past its limits, basically creating a drag on the truck. In the air braking system, a real hard pump of air is 10 pounds. Six real hard pumps of air and your brakes lock with no brakes being your remaining answer. Nothing for a decline for several miles with those heavy logs pushing is not a perfect answer to any question, by any means. When that exhaust brake (Jacob’s brake) is rattling, you have a better chance of slowing. If not, you had better be in a lower gear! Brakes of earlier development were cooled by barrols of water - no water, no brakes. Brakes have come a long ways since the water cooled days with hydraulics and air. Even with the up graded systems, it takes 300 feet to stop at 55 MPH in a truck. Drivers not driving a truck don’t realize this or have forgotten the seriousness of the loaded vehicle. As I travel the roads that used to be truck routes, I see signs on a hill that say, “NO COMPRESSION BRAKES” or “NO JAKE BRAKES.” The population has moved right up next to these roadways and don’t want to hear the sound of a jake brake. Don’t these people realize that sound is a process of slowing or stopping safely without going past that six hand pumps of air? Granted, some trucks have really loud exhaust systems, but to limit one’s ability to stop by a system designed to minimize heat and no brakes, sort of riles me a little. When these city ordinances are voted on because of the noise, I ask myself, “How many truck drivers were at that meeting?” That’s an easy answer - there are none. You know why? They are all out working, making this country roll. The “behind closed doors” never seem to have the invitation sent out to insure safety, but an ordinance to aid in their comfort or convenience. Often I say people should get their driving license in a truck. The whole driving system would become defensive instead of offensive. When it comes to stopping safely, I am all about that This is my “Cup of Tee” whether it holds any compression or not. Tee Hurd


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Would you like to receive your copy of the Courier NEWS by e-mail? Go online to: couriernews.webs.com or Send us your e-mail address along with $10 and we’ll sign you up. Legal Notices ~ Legal Notices ~ Legal Notices NOTICE OF TRUSTEE’S SALE T.S. No. 00095-ID Parcel No. RP003200000010A On 2/20/2014, at 2:00 PM (recognized local time), On the front steps to the Camas County Courthouse, 501 Soldier Rd., Fairfield, ID 83327, in the County of Camas, ELISA MAGNUSON, ESQ., a member of the State Bar of Idaho, of PITE DUNCAN LLP, as trustee, will sell at public auction, to the highest bidder, for cash, in lawful money of the United States, all payable at the time of sale, the following described real property, situated in the County of Camas, State of Idaho, and described as follows, to wit: LOT 1 OF WEST SHORE ACRES SUBDIVISION, CAMAS COUNTY, IDAHO, ACCORDING TO THE PLAT THEREOF, RECORDED IN THE OFFICE OF THE COUNTY RECORDER OF SAID COUNTY. The Trustee has no knowledge of a more particular description of the above referenced real property, but for purposes of compliance with Idaho Code Section 60-113, the Trustee has been informed that the address of: 8 MILE WEST B MAGIC RESERVOIR, SHOSHONE, ID 83352, is commonly associated with said real property. Said sale will be made without covenant or warranty, express or implied, regarding title, possession or encumbrances to satisfy the obligation secured by and pursuant to the power of sale conferred in the Deed of Trust executed by URTIMILIO GARCIA, A MARRIED MAN as Grantor, to JOAN H. ANDERSON, as Trustee, for the benefit and security of MORTGAGE ELECTRONIC REGISTRATION SYSTEMS, INC., AS NOMINEE FOR STONERIDGE CAPITAL INC. ITS SUCCESSORS AND ASSIGNS as Beneficiary, dated 8/25/2003, recorded 9/4/2003, as Instrument No. 076410, official records of Camas County, Idaho. Please note: The above named Grantors are named to comply with Idaho Code Section 45-1506(4) (a); no representation is made that they are, or are not, presently responsible for the obligation. The default for which this sale is to be made is the failure to make monthly payments when due from 5/1/2012 and all subsequent monthly payments thereafter, including installments of principal, interest, impounds, advances, plus any charges lawfully due under the note secured by the aforementioned Deed of Trust, Deed of Trust and as allowed under Idaho Law. The sum owing on the obligation secured by said Deed of Trust is $133,065.31, including interest, costs and expenses actually incurred in enforcing the obligation thereunder or in this sale, and trustee’s fees and/or reasonable attorney’s fees as authorized in the Note, Deed of Trust or as allowed under Idaho Law. All delinquent amounts are now due, together with accruing late charges, interest, unpaid and accruing taxes, assessments, trustee’s fees, attorney fees and any amounts advanced to protect the security associated with the Deed of Trust described herein as provided under the Note, Deed of Trust and as allowed under Idaho Law. ELISA MAGNUSON, ESQ., a member of the State Bar of Idaho, of PITE DUNCAN LLP DATED: 10/16/13 Signature/By: Elisa Magnuson, Esq., A-FN4422702 10/30/2013, 11/06/2013, 11/13/2013, 11/20/2013

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NOTICE OF PROPOSED CHANGE OF WATER RIGHT

TRANSFER NO. 78869 SV RANCH LLC, C/O GREGORY VIK, PO BOX 1607, BELLEVUE, WA 98009; has filed Application No. 78869 for changes to the following water rights within CAMAS County(s): Right No(s). 37-20557, 37-20558, 37-20559, 37-20561, 37-20562, 37-7028, 37-7393, 37-7408; to see a full description of these rights and the proposed transfer, please see www.idwr.idaho.gov/apps/ExtSearch/WRFiling.asp. The purpose of the transfer is to change a portion of the above rights as follows: Application proposes transferring five ground water rights and portions of three ground water rights, for a total of 1.87 cfs, from eight farms to a new 124 acre place of use (POU) and utilizing an existing well as the point of diversion (POD). Current POUs and PODs for the eight farms are located the following distances from the intersection of Hwy 20 and Soldier Rd in Fairfield: right 37-20561 (0.03 cfs), 5.6 miles east and 3.4 miles south; right 37-20559 (0.03 cfs), 5.9 miles east and 3.0 miles south; right 37-20562 (0.03 cfs), 6.2 miles east and 2.9 miles south; right 37-20557 (0.04 cfs), 9.8 miles east and 6.0 miles south; right 3720558 (0.03 cfs), 11.0 miles east and 6.4 miles south; right 37-7028 (0.15 cfs portion), 4.4 to 5.4 miles west and 2.0 to 3.2 miles south; right 377393 (0.57 cfs portion), 1.5 to 2.0 miles east and 0.0 to 0.9 miles south; and right 37-7408 (0.99 cfs portion), 2.0 to 3.0 miles east and 0.0 to 1.0 miles south. The proposed POU and POD are located approximately 5.5 to 6.0 miles west and 2.0 to 2.75 miles south of the intersection of Hwy 20 and Soldier Rd in Fairfield. For additional information concerning the property location, contact Southern Region office at (208) 736-3033. Protests may be submitted based on the criteria of Idaho Code Sec. 42-222. Any protest against the proposed change must be filed with the Department of Water Resources, Southern Region, 1341 Fillmore St, Suite 200, Twin Falls ID 83301 together with a protest fee of $25.00 for each application on or before November 25, 2013. The protestant must also send a copy of the protest to the applicant. GARY SPACKMAN, Director

LEGAL NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING

Pursuant to Idaho Code 67-6509, NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that Camas County Board of Commissions will hold a public hearing in the Camas County Courthouse Annex Commissioners Room on the 12h day of November, 2013 at 10:30 am or as soon thereafter as the matter may be heard. The purpose of this hearing is for the public as well as the Board of Commissioners to hear the request of Todd & Jeannie Tupper & Elwyn & Rita Ann Tupper to amend Lot 18 of the plat of Mountain View Acres Subdivision to 2 lots named lot 18A & 18B. The property is approximately 10.3 acres, zoned AT, with the minimum lot size of 1.99 acres. This is a parcel of land is located approximately ½ mile east and 2 miles north of the intersection of U.S. 20 and Soldier Rd., Fairfield, Id., on the south side of 200 N and is more particularly described as follows: Lot 18 of Mountain View Acres Subdivision, as the same appears on the official plat on file in the office of the Recorder of Camas County, ID. Written comments will be received by the Planning and Zoning Administrator until November 5. 2013. Please mail written comments to Administrator, Planning and Zoning, P.O. Box 430, Fairfield, ID 83327. Testimony at the hearing may be limited to five minutes. Services for persons with disabilities may be made available by calling the Planning & Zoning Administrator at 764-2046 three days in advance of the hearings.


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Legal Notices ~ Legal Notices ~ Legal Notices ~ Legal Notices ~ Legal NOTICE OF TRUSTEE’S WEST, (AKA 419 WEST 2ND make monthly payments when SALE T.S. No. 1354762-1 Par- STREET), FAIRFIELD, ID due from 10/1/2011 and all subcel No. RPF0050030001AA On 83327, is commonly associated sequent monthly payments there2/12/2014, at 2:00 PM (recog- with said real property. Said sale after, including installments of nized local time), On the front will be made without covenant principal, interest, impounds, adsteps to the Camas County or warranty, express or implied, vances, plus any charges lawfully Courthouse, 501 Soldier Rd, regarding title, possession or en- due under the note secured by the Fairfield, ID 83327, in the Coun- cumbrances to satisfy the obli- aforementioned Deed of Trust, ty of Camas, ELISA MAGNU- gation secured by and pursuant Deed of Trust and as allowed SON, ESQ., as trustee, will sell to the power of sale conferred under Idaho Law. The sum owat public auction, to the highest in the Deed of Trust executed ing on the obligation secured by bidder, for cash, in lawful money by DON W CAIN. JR., A SIN- said Deed of Trust is $121,420.45, of the United States, all payable GLE MAN as Grantor, to FIRST including interest, costs and exat the time of sale, the following AMERICAN TITLE as Trustee, penses actually incurred in endescribed real property, situated for the benefit and security of forcing the obligation thereunder in the County of Camas, State of MORTGAGE ELECTRONIC or in this sale, and trustee’s fees Idaho, and described as follows, REGISTRATION SYSTEMS, and/or reasonable attorney’s fees to wit: LOT 1 AND E 20’ LOT INC., AS NOMINEE FOR AE- as authorized in the Note, Deed 2 BLOCK 30 OF THE CITY GIS WHOLESALE CORPORA- of Trust or as allowed under IdaOF FAIRFIELD, ACCORD- TION, ITS SUCCESSORS AND ho Law. All delinquent amounts ING TO THE OFFICIAL PLAT ASSIGNS, as Beneficiary, dated are now due, together with accruTHEREOF ON FILE IN THE 11/1/2006, recorded 11/8/2006, ing late charges, interest, unpaid OFFICE OF THE COUNTY as Instrument No. 80182, offi- and accruing taxes, assessments, RECORDER, CAMAS COUN- cial records of Camas County, trustee’s fees, attorney fees and TY, IDAHO. The Trustee has no Idaho. Please note: The above any amounts advanced to protect knowledge of a more particular named Grantors are named to the security associated with the description of the above refer- comply with Idaho Code Section Deed of Trust described herein as enced real property, but for pur- 45-1506(4)(a); no representation provided under the Note, Deed of poses of compliance with Idaho is made that they are, or are not, Trust and as allowed under Idaho Code Section 60-113, the Trust- presently responsible for the obli- Law. ELISA MAGNUSON, ESQ. ee has been informed that the gation. The default for which this DATED: 10/7/13 Signature/By: address of: 419 2ND STREET sale is to be made is the failure to Elisa Magnuson A-4420731 NOTICE OF TRUSTEE’S SALE T.S. No. 001158-ID Parcel No. RPF0140007009AA On 2/6/2014, at 2:00 PM (recognized local time), On the front steps to the Camas County Courthouse, 501 Soldier Rd, Fairfield, ID 83327, in the County of Camas, ELISA MAGNUSON, ESQ., a member of the State Bar of Idaho, of PITE DUNCAN, LLP, as trustee, will sell at public auction, to the highest bidder, for cash, in lawful money of the United States, all payable at the time of sale, the following described real property, situated in the County of Camas, State of Idaho, and described as follows, to wit: LOTS 9 AND 10 IN BLOCK 7 OF MORRELL ADDITION, ACCORDING TO THE OFFICIAL PLAT THEREOF, ON FILE IN THE OFFICE OF THE COUNTY RECORDER, CAMAS COUNTY, IDAHO. The Trust-

ee has no knowledge of a more particular description of the above referenced real property, but for purposes of compliance with Idaho Code Section 60-113, the Trustee has been informed that the address of: 227 WEST SAGE AVENUE, FAIRFIELD, ID 83327, is commonly associated with said real property. Said sale will be made without covenant or warranty, express or implied, regarding title, possession or encumbrances to satisfy the obligation secured by and pursuant to the power of sale conferred in the Deed of Trust executed by CHELSEY D. GOUGH AND TIMOTHY G. WOOD, HUSBAND AND WIFE as Grantor, to FIRST AMERICAN TITLE COMPANY as Trustee, for the benefit and security of MORTGAGE ELECTRONIC REGISTRATION SYSTEMS, INC. AS NOMINEE FOR PIN-

NACLE CAPITAL MORTGAGE CORPORATION ITS SUCCESSORS AND ASSIGNS as Beneficiary, dated 11/2/2009, recorded 11/6/2009, as Instrument No. 2009-082643, official records of Camas County, Idaho. Please note: The above named Grantors are named to comply with Idaho Code Section 45¬1506(4)(a); no representation is made that they are, or are not, presently responsible for the obligation. The default for which this sale is to be made is the failure to make monthly payments when due from 12/01/2012 and all subsequent monthly payments thereafter, including installments of principal, interest, impounds, advances, plus any charges lawfully due under the note secured by the aforementioned Deed of Trust, Deed of Trust and as allowed under Idaho Law. The sum owing on the

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