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Kickoff the Christmas Season

This weekend, several of our local communities will be hosting local shopping and celebrations to start the Christmas season. In Shoshone, the Golden Years Senior Center (North Rail Street) will hold their annual Christmas Bazaar

on Saturday, December 3rd, from 9 a.m to 3 p.m. Handcrafted items, baked and canned foods, and quilts, quilts, and more quilts. There will also be a raffle with many great items. The Center will serve lunch from 11:30 to 1:30 (or until the food runs out). For $5.00 you get soup, fresh bread, and a cinnamon roll. ---- This Friday, December 2nd, Downtown Fairfield will hold their annual Tree Lighting along with a Chili/ Soup cook off. The Tree Lighting will take place at 6 p.m. followed by pictures with Santa at the Camas

Public Library. Cook-off entries should be brought to the Cliff at 5 p.m. (cash prize for 1st place Chili and 1st place soup). The Camas School Choir will be on hand this year to provide live music. And don’t forget... Craft Bazaar at the Community Church. ---- The Gooding Holiday Kick-off will be held on Saturday, December 3rd, starting at 9 a.m. with the Holiday Craft Fair at North Valley Academy, and ending with fireworks at Gooding Middle School at 6:30 p.m. (see page 5 for full schedule).

health condition. By Idaho code, the facility may not provide services to a client for more than twenty-three (23) hours and fifty-nine (59) minutes in a single episode of care. The crisis center is located at 570 Shoup Avenue in Twin Falls. The crisis center will serve the eight county region of south central Idaho. The crisis center’s professional behavioral health staff will provide medical assessments, de-escalate

crisis, stabilize clients, develop treatment plans, and put clients on the path to recovery. According to Rene LeBlanc, District Health Director for SCPHD, “the legislature recognized that law enforcement and hospital emergency rooms have become the default providers of crisis intervention to Idaho citizens with behavioral health disorders. As a result, vital resources are being continued on page 5...

Crisis Center in Twin Falls

South Central Public Health District (SCPHD) is pleased to announce the opening of the Crisis Center of South Central Idaho (CCSCI). The crisis center is a voluntary outpatient facility operated twenty-four (24) hours a day, seven (7) days a week and three hundred sixty-five (365) days a year and provides evaluation, intervention, and referral for individuals experiencing a crisis due to a behavioral

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Timmerman Study Available

Final report for U.S. 20/ Idaho 75 Intersection Study available on ITD website The Idaho Transportation Department has published the U.S. 20/Idaho 75 Timmerman Junction Intersection Study Final Report which identifies recommendations for improving that south-central Idaho intersection. The report is available online at www.itd.idaho. gov/d4 under “D-4 Design Projects and Corridor Studies.” It identifies a range of recommendations for shortand long-term improvements at the Timmerman Junction. Recommendations are based on technical studies, community input and historical-planning efforts. A community advisory committee met three times to give feedback to ITD’s study team. In addition, more than 750 people responded to a survey about potential improvements. Participants included residents, city leaders, legislators, emergency responders, agricultural and trucking services, commerce and tourism organizations, continued on page 5...


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Notices of Upcoming Events & Meetings Outdoor Decoration Contest:

The Camas Chamber of Commerce is sponsoring a Winter/Holiday Outdoor Decorating contest. Sign up at Camas Creek Country Store by December 9th - judging will be the week of December 16-20. Ribbons awarded for 1st, 2nd & 3rd places. For more information contact Kathy at (208) 585-1240 or Ann at (208) 539-3565.

20 Minute-Mexican Rice Skillet

Prep Time: 10 minutes Cook Time: 15 minutes 1.5 cups instant brown rice 1 medium onion, small diced 1 tablespoon olive oil 2 tablespoons chili powder 1 pound lean ground turkey 1 can no-salt-added tomatoes (15 oz.) 1 can no-salt-added black beans (15 oz.) 1 can diced green chilies (6-8 oz.) ½ teaspoon salt Garnish: 1/4 cup cilantro and 1 lime

1. Cook instant brown rice by following directions on box. 2. While rice is cooking, chop onion 3. In a separate, large skillet, heat oil over medium heat. 4. Sauté the onion until soft, 3-5 minutes. 5. Stir in chili powder. 6. Add ground turkey and canned tomatoes, simmer 8-10 minutes on medium-high heat. 7. Add beans, green chilies, and cooked rice to skillet. 8. Simmer for 3-5 more minutes, or until meat is cooked through. 9. Season with the salt. 10. Garnish with chopped cilantro and squeeze of lime. Recipe from lifemadesweeter.com

Bucks for Brad Fundraiser for kidney transplant recipient

Brad Christopherson

Raffle Tickets ~ $1 each or 6 for $5

Purchase tickets at the City Office or Gooding Holiday Kick-off /Dec. 3 You can also make a donations at Farmer’s National Bank or GoFundMe.com For more information, contact Sharla (536-6159) or Becky (536-2446)

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Party at Soldier Mountain

Soldier Mountain will be holding a Season Pass Party on Friday, December 2nd, at the ski lodge from 4:30 to 7:30 p.m. They will have Jim Dandy’s pizza, music, ski movies, and raffle prizes (including a cat ski trip and a mug club membership). They will also be offering a weekday season pass for half-off, as well as opening-up membership for Mug Club, which is limited to just 40 members. And of course, people can get their pass pictures all taken care of for their season passes! Call 208-7642526 if you have questions.

Fish & Game Back Online

By Roger Phillips, Public Information Specialist

People can once again buy Idaho hunting and fishing licenses and tags online, but they will have to establish a user name and password to get entrance into the system. The Mandatory Hunter Report is also available, and can be accessed without a user identification or password (idfg. idaho.gov/hunt/report). Idaho Fish and Game was notified in August that some of its license holders may have had their personal information released due to a data breach experienced by its online license vendor, Active Networks. As soon as the department was notified, the online system was taken down to prevent further loss of information and make the site more secure. “We realize adding user identification requires a little more effort to log on, and it’s another password to remember, but we think the trade-off of having another layer of protection for our hunters’ and anglers’ personal information is worth it,” said Michael Pearson, Chief of Administration. After hunters and anglers create a unique user name and password, they can then buy a license and tag online. Similar to other online vendors, this user identification and password are required each time they go online to buy an item using the website or mobile-friendly site. If sportsmen and women do not want to log into the new system to purchase items, they can still visit one of the more than 380 vendors around the state, or call 1-800-554-8685.


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Saturday, December 3, 2016 Gooding County Extension Office

The Gooding Extension Office will host the District Livestock Skill-a-thon on December 3rd. Check-in will be at 9:30 a.m. with a Practice and Teaching Session at 10 a.m. The Livestock Skill-a-thon Contest will begin at 11 a.m. Registration Deadline is November 28th, 2016. Contact your local Extension office for registration forms and contest guidelines. Everyone is invited to attend the practice and teaching session to learn more about the Skill-a-thon contest! This is an individual contest. No teams needed. Lunch will be provided. The State 4-H Livestock Skill-a-thon Contest will be held on Saturday, January 14, 2017 at the Jerome County Fairgrounds. Registration is due December 30, 2016. If you have questions, contact Cindy Kinder at 208-934-4417.

Agape Luncheon

The Agape Ministry luncheon will be held on Wednesday, December 7th, at the Community Meeting Room at the Gooding Fair Grounds, Gooding, Idaho beginning at 11:30 am. The theme for this luncheon will be “Hope is Here”. Andy Morris, pastor of First Christian Church in Gooding will weave the Christmas message of hope through story and song. Because this is a catered event, reservations are required. If you will be having lunch, please contact Karen Perry at 208-934-5495 on or before Sunday, December 4th. Cost of the lunch is $8.50. The program, which begins at noon, is free to the public.

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Senior Center Menus All menus are subject to change without notice.

Hagerman 837-6120 (140 East Lake Street)

Lunch is served every Monday, Wednesday & Friday. --------------------------

Friday, Dec 2... Shepherd’s Pie Monday, Dec 5... Mac n’Cheese Wednesday, Dec 7... Chicken Fried Steak

Wendell 536-9951 (380 East 1st Street)

Lunch is served every Monday & Friday at Noon. --------------------------

Friday, Dec 2... Polish Sausage & Party Potatoes Monday, Dec 5... Chicken Fried Steak

Shoshone

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Richfield

487–2722 130 S Main Street

Lunch: $2 (2-9) $5.50 (10-59) $4 over 60 (suggested) Breakfast: 3rd Saturday of the Month (8 to 10) ----------------------Chicken Sandwich & Soup Thur, Dec 1 (Rich) Friday, Dec 2 (Sho) Spaghetti & Garlic Bread Monday, Dec 5 (Rich) Meatloaf, Potato & Cinn Rolls Tuesday, Dec 6 (Sho) Sauerkraut & Wieners Wed, Dec 7 (Sho) Hamburgers, Fries & Peach Pie

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 Open for Coffee and Breakfast 7:30 to 11 a.m. Monday thru Friday -------------------------Friday, Dec 2 Pork Roast & Scalloped Potato Tuesday, Dec 6 Soup & Sandwiches Wednesday, Dec 7 Taco’s w/ Beans & Rice

Gooding 934-5504 (308 Senior Avenue)

Lunch Suggested Donation $3.50 Breakfast: (7:30 to 10) 1st Saturday of the Month Fit & Fall Proof: Every Mon. & Wed. at 11:00 a.m. -----------------Thursday, Dec 1 Come and See Monday, Dec 5 All the Good Things Tuesday, Dec 6 That Come to Those Wednesday, Dec 7 Who Wait for Thee

The U.S. Dept. of Agriculture prohibits discrimination in all its programs and activities on the basis of race, color, sex, national origin, religion, age, disability, political beliefs, sexual orientation, or marital or family status (not all prohibited bases apply to all programs). To file a complaint of discrimination, write USDA Director, Office of Civil Rights, 1400 Independence Avenue, SW, Washington DC 20250-9410 or call 800-795-3272 (voice) or 202-720-6382 (TDD). USDA is an equal opportunity lender, provider and employer.

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It’s a Kodak moment! We all have heard that expression. Those moments are when we were children growing up doing something crazy or precious to the eyes. It was at a holiday when you had your mouth stuffed with food or open snoring a joyous tone. In fact, it was just about anytime someone could take your picture with an instamatic camera (today it is digital). In the early days of photography, a photograph may have taken up to twenty minutes just to take. Then there was the developing in a dark room on top of that. It’s no wonder why so many people looked irritated by the time their Kodak moment was on print (early photos were taken on glass plates). On November 13, 1877, a twenty-three-year-old bank clerk, named George Eastman, walked into a camera store in Rochester, New York, to buy a camera. He paid $49.58 for a camera with bare minimum essentials like a tripod, glass plates, plate holders, photographic chemicals, and a tent. He was fascinated by photography, but “it seemed,” he said, “that one ought to be able to carry less than a pack horse load.” By learning of Charles Harper Bennett’s perfection of a gelatin plate, George was soon producing the time consuming plates by hand. In order to get them to the masses, he invented a machine to cover these plates. In 1884 Eastman invented a roll of photosensitive paper hoping to make glass plates obsolete. The large 20” by 24” negatives were still large. In 1888, George Eastman patented what he called a “breast camera.” It was a camera that was held against your chest to take a picture. He wanted the name to begin and start with the letter “K”, a “strong and incisive letter” easy to pronounce in any language. He made up the work KODAK. At that time, the camera was at $25, half the price of his first camera. That was still a lot of money and didn’t reach the masses of people. The new chest held camera could be sent back to the factory, where your prints would be developed, your camera loaded with new film, and sent back to you. 100 pictures were a lot better than the one by one process. At that time, George realized the real money wasn’t in selling cameras, but in processing film. Only one camera was necessary. In 1885, George Eastman introduced the pocket Kodak Camera that sold for $5 (in 1900 he introduced the Brownie which sold for $1). Massive campaigns were then set to get the general public to document everything on film. 1891 found the first daylight loading film. In 1896 Kodak began selling motion picture film. Kodachrome (color) fell into place in 1936. In 1963 the instamatic camera hit the scene with 50 million sold in just seven years. This is my “Cup of Tee” reflecting a Kodak moment.

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Crisis Center cont.

expended by agencies that are not equipped to provide an appropriate level of behavioral health services.” The crisis center is accepting clients. No appointment is necessary. No one will be refused service because of race, color, religion or inability to pay. Individuals experiencing a behavioral health crisis may walk in or call 866-737-1128. Law enforcement and other partners may also drop off individuals who wish to voluntarily access services. Over the next few weeks, SCPHD will be meeting with local law enforcement, medical providers, and other partners to develop referral and drop-off protocols. Jeff Pierson, spokesperson for the health district said, “Our goal is to meet with key partners by the middle of December. We still have a lot of work to do, but our partners understand the purpose and value of this project – it’s not a hard sell.” This will be the third crisis center to open in Idaho. A fourth center will open soon in the Boise area. Funding for the centers comes from House Bill 579. Championed by local legislators, HB 579 was signed into law by Governor Butch Otter on March 28, 2016. In September, the SCPHD signed a contract with the Idaho Department of Health and Welfare to open and operate the crisis center.

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...Timmerman Study continued

transportation providers and major employers. “We owe a big thank you to the leaders and citizens of the Wood River Valley and beyond for their outstanding participation and feedback over the course of the study,” said ITD Project Manager Bruce Christensen.



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The completed U.S. 20/Idaho 75 study will help provide direction necessary to pursue funding and future implementation. Funding for the improvements is not currently in place. Kittelson & Associates, Inc. led the study in close coordination with staff from ITD District 4 and Blaine County.

THE GOODING CHAMBER OF COMMERCE INVITES YOU TO KICK OFF THE HOLIDAYSWITH US SATURDAY, DECEMBER 3 ~ 9:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m.

9:00 am - 7:00 pm

Gooding Holiday Craft Fair at North Valley Academy Santa Claus from 10 to 4

3:00 pm - 6:00 pm

Wagon Rides on Main Street Potato & Chili Bar in M &W Parking Lot Face Painting Bake Sale at the Schubert Theater

4:15 pm - 5:45 pm

Santa Claus at the Schubert Theater (arrives by Fire Truck)

6:00 pm

Lighting of the Christmas tree at the Courthouse Christmas songs led by the Boy Scouts

6:30 pm

Fireworks at the Middle School Donuts & Hot Chocolate by Debbie Mathews

Amen Veterinary Services American Legion, Perry Byam Post ASH Photography Baker Insurance Agency Bennett Hills Care Center Bickford HVAC Big Sky Dairies Blue Fire Wilderness Therapy Body Balance Physical Therapy Burton-Lyle Insurance Cheney Bus Services City of Gooding Clover Creek Dental, P.C. Coldwell Banker Realty College of Southern Idaho Columbia Bank Con Paulos, Inc. Creative Counseling D & D Transportation Demaray Funeral Service, Inc. Desert Hills Church of the Nazarene Diamond A Livestock, Inc. Edward Jones El Toro Taqueria Emergency Medicine Physician Asst Outback Trucking, Inc. Evergreen Village Apartments First American Title First Southern Bap!st Church Floral Avenue Gardens France, Basterrechea, Wagner, & Bunn Franklin Building Supply Glanbia Foods, Inc. Go Wireless Gooding 1st Christian Church Gooding Basque Association Gooding County Commissioners Gooding County Historical Society Gooding Eye Care Gooding Heifer Ranch Gooding School District

Gooding Lions Club Gooding Pharmacy, Inc. Gooding Volunteer Group, Inc Gracehill, LLC GradeTek, PLCC GREAT, Inc. Helping Hearts & Hands Hospice Visions, Inc. Idaho Department of Labor Idaho Educational Service for the Deaf & Blind Idaho Power J.D. Heiskell Holdings, LLC KMVT-TV Neuhoff Family Media Leslie Lopes CPA LM Davenport Inc Locke Insurance Agency Lytle Signs M & W Market Magic Floral Mel Magnelli Muffley Realty & Insurance North Canyon Medical Center North Valley Academy North Valley Veterinary Clinic Outback Trucking, Inc. Pence Farms Pioneer Federal Credit Union S. Central Community Action State Farm Insurance Steve’s Quick Service Title One Services United Metals United Methodist Church Valley Food Svc, Inc. McDonald’s VFW, Toponis Post Visions Home Health Walker Center HCA Western Spirit Wood River Engine, Inc. Zeppe’s Pizza & Subs Zion’s Bank


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NOTICE OF DESIGNATION OF EASTERN SNAKE PLAIN AQUIFER GROUND WATER MANAGEMENT AREA AND RESCINDANCE OF AMERICAN FALLS GROUND WATER MANAGEMENT AREA DESIGNATION Notice is hereby given that on November 2, 2016, the Director of the Idaho Department of Water Resources signed two related final orders: (1) designating the Eastern Snake Plain Aquifer Ground Water Management Area (ESPA GWMA); and (2) rescinding the American Falls Ground Water Management Area (American Falls GWMA). These actions, conducted pursuant to Section 42-233b, Idaho Code, were initiated on a determination that the ground water system in the area may be approaching the conditions of a critical ground water area and the management of ground water resources within the existing American Falls GWMA, while still warranted, should continue into the future as part of the larger ESPA GWMA. The location of the ESPA GWMA is shown on the attached map (refer to Figure 1). Pursuant to Idaho Code § 42-1701A(3), any person aggrieved by the action of the Director shall be entitled to a hearing before the director to contest the action. The person shall file with the Director, within fifteen (15) days after receipt of actual notice, a written petition stating the grounds for contesting the action by the Director and requesting a hearing. Petition for Reconsideration must be filed with the Department with one of the following locations: IDWR Eastern Region, 900 N. Skyline Drive, Suite A, Idaho Falls, Idaho 83402-1718; IDWR Southern Region, 650 Addison Avenue West, Suite 500, Twin Falls, Idaho 83301-5858; or IDWR State Office, PO Box 83720, Boise Idaho, 83720-0098. Copies of the order can be viewed on the Department’s website at: http://www.idwr.idaho.gov/files/legal/orders/20161102-OrderDesignating-the-Eastern-Snake-Plain-Aquifer-GWMA.pdf https://www.idwr.idaho.gov/files/legal/orders/20161102-FinalOrder-Rescinding-American-Falls-GWMA.pdf

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Classes at CSI Northside Center 202 14th Ave. E. ~ Gooding

(208) 934-8678 or (208) 732-6442 Registration is open now for the following courses at CSI Northside Center. You can register for any of these community education courses in three easy ways: In Person: 202 14th Avenue East in Gooding; By Phone: Call 208-934-8678 and use your debit/credit card to pay your fees; or... By Mail: Download registration form at www.csi.edu/northside and return with payment to CSI North Side Center at the above address. Registration for Spring 2017 semester CREDIT courses is also in progress. JANUARY CLASSES Conversational Spanish — Beginning Monday - Jan. 30 to Apr. 10 - 7:30-9:30 p.m. Fee: $99 Instructor: Jeny Pavkov Conversational Spanish — Continued Prerequisite: Fall 2016 Conversational Spanish course. Monday - Jan. 30 to Apr. 10 - 5:30-7:30 p.m. Fee: $99 Instructor: Jeny Pavkov FEBRUARY CLASSES Introduction to Woodworking Wednesday - Feb. 1 to Apr. 12 - 6:30-9:30 p.m. Fee: $125 plus supplies Instructor: Bill Perry PiYo® Live! Tues., Thurs. - Feb. 7 to Mar. 16 - 6-7 p.m. Fee: $69 Instructor: Holly Adams Computer Basics Wednesday - Feb. 8 to Mar. 1 - 5:30-7 p.m. Fee: $49 Instructor: Randy Bow Portrait Drawing With Lynn Sidney Thursday - Feb. 9 to Mar. 16 - 6:30-8 p.m. Fee: $75 Instructor: Lynn Vanhoozer Quilting Basics Bonus: Participants in this class may take the “T-Shirt Quilt Construction - Demo” class for free! Monday - Feb. 20 - 8 a.m.-Noon Fee: $24 Instructor: Kay Lynn Cheney Quilt Binding Techniques Bonus: Participants in this class may take the “T-Shirt Quilt Construction - Demo” class for free! Monday - Feb. 20 - 1-4 p.m. Fee: $18 Instructor: Kay Lynn Cheney T-Shirt Quilt Construction - Demo Bonus: see previous classes. Monday - Feb. 20 - 6-7 p.m. Fee: $5 Instructor: Kay Lynn Cheney Basic Wine Appreciation (must be age 21 or older) ENROLLMENT DEADLINE: MONDAY FEB. 13. Tuesday - Feb. 21 - 6:30-8:30 p.m. Fee: $39 Instructor: Marguerite Janes Creative Photography Exploration Tues., Thurs. - Feb. 28 to Mar. 16 - 6-8 p.m. Fee: $69 Instructor: Alfred Hagen


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