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Camas Library Offers eBooks The Camas County Public Library has something wonderful and new for its patrons. The library recently joined a consortium with other libraries in the area that allows for lending eBooks. The really great thing about this is that a person can download an eBook to their reading device at their home or any place that has Wi-Fi. This consortium is called Overdrive and a free App can be downloaded to whatever device you use for reading. There is a very large selec-

tion of books to choose from and two books at a time can be checked out for a period of two weeks. You will need to know your patron number as this will become your code for logging in. Please come in to the library and talk with Marilyn and get more information including printed directions as to how to get started with your particular reading device (kindles, nooks, iPads, etc.) There is no charge to patrons using this eBook lending library as the Camas County

Camas County. Commissioner Janet Croner is being challenged by former commissioner Ron Chapman. Mrs. Croner defeated Mr. Chapman in the 2010 Primary Election with 223 votes to 179 votes. This year there will only be about 275 voters eligible to vote in that race, meaning a candidate will only need approximately 140 votes to win (if 100% of registered Republicans cast a ballot) which is only 20% of the total registered voters in that county. The same is true for Commissioner Barbara McMurdo who is being challenged by former commissioner Bill Davis who lost his seat to Mrs. McMurdo in 2012 (155 to 84). In Lincoln County there are no contested commissioner

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Physicians Integrate with NCMC Library Foundation provided the funds to join and buy books to add to Overdrive. This will continue to be maintained yearly by the Library Foundation. Thank you Foundation members for continuing to renew memberships, make donations, and to the Colad Charitable Trust (with the help of Mr. Jim Davis) because it helps make good things like this happen.

Closed Primary Affects Local Elections In District 26 registered Republicans out number registered Democrats by almost 4 to 1. Even in Blaine County there are more Republicans than Democrats. Of course, both parties are vastly out numbered by the unaffiliated voters which make up just over 2/3 of the registered voters (slightly higher than the state percentage). This looks like a huge advantage for Republicans, however, because the Republican party has a closed Primary, 50% to 60% of voters will not be able to participate in some local election races. A number of our county races are decided in the Primary Election on the Republican ticket, and unaffiliated voters have no voice in those races. A good example of this is in

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seats, but there are races for County Clerk and County Treasurer that will be decided in the Primary. The current Clerk, Suzanne McConnell, is being challenged by Brenda Farnworth, and the current Treasurer, Ann Youts, is being challenged by Mary Davidson. All four of these individuals are running as Republicans and will have to divide up the 812 registered voters for that party. In Gooding County, Mark Bolduc is running against Tom Faulkner for District 2 Commissioner on the Republican Ticket. Unlike the afore mentioned races, there is also a Democrat Candidate running for this position. The winner of the Republican Primary will face David Maestas this fall in the General Election.

On April 7th, 2014, Gooding Family Physicians (GFP) integrated with North Canyon Medical Center (NCMC). GFP, a local family physician office in Gooding, has been independently operated since 2004 by Dr. Reid Lofgran and Ian Kunz, PA-C. “Over the past few years it has become increasingly difficult to manage all the changes in health care and still maintain the quality time we want to dedicate to our patients. Over the past several years we have carefully considered how we can best serve our patients and our community. During that time we have worked closely with North Canyon Medical Center to discuss our practice integrating with the hospital. Today the agreement has been finalized and we are so excited to share the news with our patients and community,” stated Reid Lofgran, DO. “Initiating and finalizing this agreement, with the hospital, will allow us more time to focus on patient care while the hospital manages the business operations,” he stated. As part of the agreement, the providers and staff at Gooding Family Physicians will be employed by North Canyon Medical Center. Pa-


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Notices of Upcoming Events & Meetings

Camas Chamber Meeting:

The Camas Chamber of Commerce will be holding their April meeting this Thursday, April 24th, at the Iron Mountain Inn. Meeting begins at 7 p.m. They will be holding their Officer Elections. Fairfield Dog Licenses are due! A license is required for any dog within the city limits of Fairfield. The license tag is to be secured about the neck of the dog(s). The license tag shall be obtained from the City Office. Phone 764-2333. Annual Fee 10.00 spayed or neutered - Annual Fee 15.00 not

Lincoln County Fair:

The Lincoln County Fair Board is accepting bids for the 2014 Fair week janitorial. Fair is July 19th thru July 27th. Please call 208-539-4500 or e-mail LCFair2@gmail.com

Arbor Day Open House:

The Camas Conservation District will hold their 2nd Arbor Day Open House on Friday April 25th from 3 to 6 p.m. John Pine with USFS will share information about what to do after fire, protection from fire, firewood problems, etc. Bob Josaitis with NRCS will share about tree planting and shelterbelts. Blue Spruce plugs will be given to those attending.

Fairfield Arbor Day:

Arbor Day is a great time to think about trees and Idaho’s forests that contribute to our state and our way of life. Stop by the Fairfield City Office at 407 Soldier Road and receive a Blue Spruce Seedling to plant compliments of the Idaho Forest Commission sponsored by the City of Fairfield.

ATTENTION VETERANS:

Any veterans in Camas County that need help or information about their VA entitlements please contact James Mingus, Post Service Officer, American Legion Post # 19 or the Department of Idaho office in Boise. James can be reached at (208) 7642797 or (208) 421-8884. The Department headquarters can be reached at (208) 342-7061.

The 2014 Camas County School Academic Fair

Join us for an enjoyable evening Tuesday, May 6th from 5:00 to 7:00 PM in the school cafeteria and Ed Marshall Gym to catch a glimpse of what our students have been doing. This is a time to celebrate accomplishments as some of the students and classes from Kindergarten through high school display projects they’ve created and demonstrate skills they’ve acquired. Some of the seniors will also present their Senior Projects. The Student Council will provide a tasty potato bar supper for a reasonable fee.

Camas 4–H Horse Club:

The Camas 4-H Silver Spurs Horse Club will be having its first meeting at Jim Dandy’s Pizza on May 1 at 6:00 p.m. Please, no horses just pizza for this meeting, plan to attend if you want to sign-up for the club. Contact: Tracey at 764-2882 or tntawards@earthlink.net

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“VAN GOGH COW” HAS ARRIVED! – Longhorn steers are everywhere in Gooding now. Downtown Gooding has been taken over by over 40 Long Horn Steers and there are more on the way. In anticipation of the “Best Design Award”, new contender and retired art teacher and artist Crystal Cook painted her “Van Gogh Cow” with amazing fluorescent paint. “Cow” do you know? Just drive by Cooks Foodtown at night. Not to be outdone, Julie’s steer at Ace Hardware on 5th Ave E. wound up high in the sky and Jason at Edward Jones’ steer is turning gold! It’s no bull - we understand there may be a sex change in mind for some! Other Long Horn Steer sightings are at Magic Valley Bank, Kathleen Goicochea’s new location on the corner of Main & 3rd St., Body Balance and the Fire Department (maybe it will turn roaring red). One steer must have developed a toothache! It was standing at Dr. McLaughlin’s Clover Creek Dental on 5th Ave early Monday morning. For more information on how you can corral and decorate a Long Horn Steer, Contact Charmy LeaVell, Secretary/Treasurer of the Idaho Rodeo Hall of Fame – (208) 539-0202. REAL THEFT ALERT! The Idaho Rodeo Hall of Fame is offering a $500 reward for information leading to the arrest and conviction of the people involved in the theft of a blue hand painted and professionally decorated wooden Long Horn Steer that had Franklin Building Supply logo on the left hip and vandalized another. Any information regarding this theft – CONTACT YOUR LOCAL LAW ENFORCEMENT IMMEDIATELY! This is very upsetting with approximately 50 businesses participating in a downtown project. Please stay alert and keep your ears and eyes open post to your Facebook pages. Lonnie LeaVell, President Idaho Rodeo Hall of Fame

ARBOR DAY CELEBRATION MAY 1, 2014 at 2 p.m. GOODING COUNTY COURTHOUSE MAIN STREET, GOODING

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OPEN HOUSE for

Violet Gertrude Mink The families of Violet Gertrude Mink would like to extend an Open House invitation to the celebration of Violet’s 94th birthday on April 27th, 2014 from 2:00 – 4:00 pm at 1021 Colorado St, Gooding, ID. Violet was born April 27, 1920 in Bakersfield, California. Her parents, Ole Sherman and Gertrude Solem Sherman had emigrated from Norway where her father followed work in the mines. Violet was just a baby when her father passed away and 10 years old when her mother passed away and Violet was taken in by her Aunt Nelli and then arrangements were made for her to be adopted by her cousins Anton and Lillie Almberg, who were farmers in Wendell, Idaho. Violet was welcomed in to the family by an older sister Carol and then soon after a baby sister, Shirley. She met Leland Cline Mink and after a three year courtship, married on 05/21/1939. They were married for 72 years before Cline passed in 2011. They have 5 children, LeRoy (Mary) Mink of Worley, Idaho, Darlene (Lloyd) McLeod of Gooding, Linda (Kurt) Birkenhagen of Pocatello, Rhonda Mink of Twin Falls and Larry Mink of Twin Falls. Violet has 11 grandchildren, 14 great grandchildren and 7 great, great grandchildren. Violet loves to travel and has enjoyed many outdoor trips fishing and hunting with family and friends. Traditionally, most of Violet’s family continue to gather nearly every Christmas Eve at her Colorado street home.

“Love Take Me Over”

Gooding lst Christian Church is pleased to present “Love Take Me Over” a show by the God Squad Puppet/Drama Team. This year there will be two performances, Saturday, April 26 at 6:00 pm and Sunday, April 27 at 3:00 pm at the Church, located at 334 Fourth Avenue West in Gooding. “Love Take Me Over” presents several new songs as well as some old favorites through puppetry, along with black-light effects, some human drama and a few surprises. The entire program is designed to entertain and encourage. All are invited and welcome to attend and people of all ages will enjoy the show and be reminded to let God’s Love Take You Over! Admission is free, but there will be a love-offering taken for the God Squad’s 2014 Summer Ministry trip. Plan now to join us! For more information, contact Gooding lst Christian Church at 208-934-4542.

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Clyde Clifford Clyde Clifford, 75, a resident of Hagerman, passed away in Hagerman on April 18, 2014. Clyde was born on November 9, 1938 at the Twin Falls hospital to Nora C. And Howard “Hap” Clifford. Clyde was the youngest of 3 children. His older siblings are Len Clifford and Anna Wheeler. He grew up in Hagerman where he was active in F.F.A., basketball, baseball, football and he was involved with student council being the student body president his senior year. Clyde graduated from Hagerman High School in 1957. After graduation he helped his parents on the farm until 1963. What changed? Well, let me tell you! He met the ONE, Jessie Nipper, in 1962. Clyde gave up his bachelor status and made Jessie his bride on July 13, 1963 in Buhl. They just celebrated their 50th anniversary. Clyde went to work for the Hagerman Highway District in 1963. Clyde and Jessie made their life in Hagerman with their sons Brian and Greg. Clyde was active with the boy’s activities including EVERY sport available! Clyde loved sports and shared this love with his sons. Clyde and Jessie made a point to attend as many of the boys events as possible. Clyde was a volunteer for the Hagerman Fire Depart-

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ment for over 30 years. After 40 years of being a one man team for the Hagerman Highway District, Clyde decided it was time to stop with the road work and hang up the keys to the snow plow. It was time to start a work free life (OK, it was not work free - but you know what I mean) and begin his retirement in 2003. Clyde and Jessie shared numerous adventures like camping, hunting, fishing, flower shows, wild horse viewing, school and community functions. They also enjoyed traveling to include Washington, DC; New York, New York; Calgary, Canada; Fort Meyer, Florida; and several locations within Idaho and along the Pacific coast. However, their favorite adventures by far were any events for their grandchildren, Ashley and Clint. They found grandpa’s soft spot that he didn’t show many. They brought him much love and joy. Clyde was a wonderful husband, father, father-in-law, grandfather, uncle, cousin and friend. It is an understatement to say, he will be missed. Clyde was preceded in death by: his parents, Howard and Nora Clifford. Clyde is survived by his wife Jessie Clifford of Hagerman; sons, Brian Clifford of Hagerman and Greg (Lalonie) Clifford of Boise; granddaughter, Ashley (Joey Vanderwyst) Clifford of Twin Falls; grandson, Clint Clifford of Hagerman; grandpuppy, Lola Clifford of Boise; brother, Len (Connie) Clifford of Pocatello; sister, Anna (Ed) Wheeler of Buhl; and many nieces, nephews and cousins. There will be a viewing on April 27th from 4 to 7 p.m. at Demaray Funeral Service – Gooding Chapel in Gooding. Clyde’s service will be held on April 28, 2014 at 10 a.m. at the Hagerman High School gymnasium. Burial will follow in the Hagerman Cemetery in Hagerman. In lieu of flowers, the family requests donation be made to the Hagerman Alumni Association, PO Box 495, Hagerman 83332. Funeral arrangements are under the care and direction of Demaray Funeral Service – Gooding Chapel. Condolences, memories and photos may be shared with the family at www.demarayfuneralservice.com.

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David Bruce Floyd, 54, a resident of Gooding, passed away Monday, April 21, 2014 at his home in Gooding. No public services are planned. Arrangements are under the care and direction of Demaray Funeral Service – Gooding Chapel.


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obit ua r ies Robert William Harkins

Robert Harkins, 85, a resident of Gooding, passed away at St. Luke’s Regional Medical Center in Twin Falls on Friday, April 18, 2014. Robert was born on April 24, 1928 in Filer, Idaho, the son of William Zane and Florence Rogers Harkins. He graduated from Gooding High School in 1946 and served in the Army Air Force from 1946 to 1949. Bob married Irus Jean Myers on July 30, 1950. One son was born of this marriage, William J. Harkins, who lived just a few hours. Bob farmed for several years in Gooding and then became a partner with his brother-in-law in T.A. Myers Masonry. Irus preceded him in death in 1991. In November 1991 Bob married Dorothy Forbes Schoessler and became an instant father and grandfather. He enjoyed his new family immensely and so enjoyed attending sporting and 4-H events that the children were involved in. Bob was a member of the First Christian Church in Gooding and had been an Elder, a Deacon and a Trustee over the years. He was constantly repairing something at the church. He was a member of the V.F.W., the American Legion and the Wally Byam Club Caravan International (the Idaho Airstream Club). Bob enjoyed traveling all over the North American Continent and enjoyed his winters in Florence, Arizona. He was an avid fly fisherman who really enjoyed catching and releasing the fish he caught. Bob was an avid gardener and loved his yard, especially his roses. He also enjoyed his visits at the coffee shop every morning with his friends. Bob is survived by: his wife, Dorothy of Gooding; two stepsons, Trent (Cindee Miracle) Schoessler of Meridian and Lael (Justine) Schoessler of Kimberly; nine grandchildren, Misty, Tyson, Shelby, Suzie, Hannah, Lael II, Cameron, Clayton and Chloe; three great grandchildren, Joseph, Lydia and Camdyn; one sister, June (Emil) Klimes of Nampa; and three nieces, Connie (Mark) McManus of Redmond, Oregon, Cindy (Les) Shippee of Crossett, Arkansas and Sheryl (Scott) Stewart of Pocatello. He is also survived by several nieces and nephews of his first wife’s family. He was preceded in death by his parents; his first wife, Irus; one son; his sister, Shirley; and his half-brother, Zane. Bob was a wonderful husband and family man and will be greatly missed, not only by his family but by the many friends he traveled with. A memorial service will be held on Wednesday, April 23, 2014 at 11:00 am at the First Christian Church in Gooding with Rev. Andy Morris officiating. Inurnment with military honors will follow at the Elmwood Cemetery in Gooding.

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Bill James Harvey

Bill James Harvey, 84, resident of Hagerman, Idaho, died April 5, 2014 at North Canyon Medical Center in Gooding, Idaho. Bill was born February 25, 1930 in Glendale, Arizona, the son of Frank P. and Mary Emma Harvey. He was raised in Buckeye, Arizona and Gila Bend, Arizona. Although he only had a 5th grade education, Bill was founder and Vice President of two prominent businesses in Santa Maria, California - Bulldog Trucking, Inc. and Trojan Petroleum, Inc. He married his wife Frances Rizzo on Easter Sunday, April 5, 1953. They were married almost 20 years. She passed away on December 14, 1983. He later married Madeline Bauer Quint, and they remained married for 25 years until her recent passing on October 9, 2009. Bill was a member of the Santa Maria Country Club for many years. He and Madeline moved to Idaho to retire. They enjoyed several close friendships with the friendly people of the Hagerman Valley. He is survived: his only child, Susan Carol Harvey Tuttle (husband, Pastor Dan Tuttle) of Santa Maria, California; a half-brother, Richard Harvey of California; one sister, Mary Ella Harvey Murphy of Arizona; grandsons, Jason Daniel Tuttle (wife Bethany) of Brea, California, Jacob Lee Tuttle (wife Jessica) of Pooler, Georgia; great grandchildren, Blake Levi Tuttle and Brodi Ann Tuttle (Brea, California), Ethan Wesley Tuttle (Pooler, Georgia); step children, Cathy Quint McIntosh (husband Dennis) of Paso Robles, California, Randy Quint (wife Marsha) of Everett, Washington, and Clay Quint of Everett, Washington; numerous nieces and nephews: Some who visited him the most often were - Roberta Harvey Lookhart (husband Clyde) of the Boise, Idaho area; Frank Harvey (wife Marilyn) of Santa Maria, California; Jane Harvey Jakobson (husband Mike) of Caldwell, Idaho and Sandra Harvey Terra (husband Leonard) of Wendell, Idaho. He was preceded in death by his parents Frank P and Mary Emma Harvey; brothers - Floyd, Weldon, Robert and half-brother, Russell Harvey; and sister - Retha Harvey Williams. No public services are planned. Arrangements are under the care and direction of Demaray Funeral Service – Gooding Chapel. Condolences and memories may be shared at demarayfuneralservice.com.


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2nd Annual Leadercast – May 9th

Community business leaders can access the knowledge and experience of world-renowned leaders by attending Leadercast® at Twin Cinema 12 in Twin Falls on May 9, 2014. The Leadercast event is broadcast LIVE from Atlanta to hundreds of sites around the world, including Twin Falls for the second year. Leadercast is presented by the College of Southern Idaho, and hosted by Valley Christian Church. The world’s largest one-day leadership event will include the following speakers: Andy Stanley, Archbishop Desmond Tutu, Malcolm Gladwell, Randall Wallace, Bill McDermott, Laura Schroff, Dr. Henry Cloud, Simon Sinek, and Laura Bush.

Event Cost after April 19 General Admission..... $99 Teams (up to 5+ people)..... $89 each Teams (up to 10+ people)..... $79 each Conference Materials & Lunch Included Last year, over 100,000 leaders from 14 countries attended Leadercast. Now, in its 15th year, this full day, experiential conference is on track to reach its largest audience to date. Leadercast exists to positively change the way the world thinks about leadership. This year’s theme — Beyond You — challenges leaders to focus outward rather than inward. Experience Leadercast live on May 9, 2014 and discover what it means to be a leader worth following. The leadership event will offer 6 continuing educational units (CEUs) to general professionals and human resource executives in addition to providing 3.61 continuing nursing education for nurses for an additional $25 recording fee to the University of North Georgia. In addition, event organizers will offer students and veteran scholarships to those who show outstanding leadership abilities in business and/or their community. This year, a portion of proceeds from Leadercast will be donated to Sleep in Heavenly Peace Beds, a grassroots organization providing bunk beds for children in Southern Idaho and South Central Community Action Partnership, a charitable non-profit organization serving low-income families and individuals who need help. “We’re are excited to play a role in growing Idaho’s collective leadership by hosting experts who can positively affect the business leaders of our community,” says Valley Christian Church Pastor Jeremy Fort. “Leadercast fits into our vision as a church by supporting Magic Valley leaders and charities that help local children and families.” For more information or to purchase tickets about Leadercast, visit www.leadercasttwinfalls.com or call (208) 357-4232. Leadercast Twin Falls is presented by CSI and hosted by Valley Christian Church. We want to thank the following partners: C3, Neuhoff Communications, KMVT Ch. 11, CW and Fox 14, Townsquare Media, including 95.7 KEZJ, 1310 KLIX, 96.5 KOOL, 98.3, The Snake, C3, Idaho SBDC, Absolute Pest Solutions, Addison Photography, Cartridge World, Chick-fil-A, Balanced Rock Insurance, WFG Financial, Costco, CableOne, Quale’s Electronics and YMCA of Twin Falls.


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Letter to the Editor Dear Lincoln County Voters:

A large part of the responsibility of a county treasurer is to safeguard, collect and bill you for county money. It is a responsibility that I take seriously. Checks and balances to protect your resources require a degree of autonomy that is separate but equal from the Clerk’s office. I have heard candidates promoting the idea of “Team.” A team requires a coach and it implies a single interest. While cooperation is important between the offices of the elected officials, as trustees of public office we should assure independence and impartiality, resolve (and recognize) conflicts of interest and avoid undue influence that can result from too tight of a connection between persons running for or holding office in the County. To paraphrase Brian Kane from the Office of the Attorney General: it is hard to say NO to your friends and family. We should consider diversity an asset. I would hope that multiple views, positions and agendas are and continue to be considered at the county level. I have an MBA, 6 years of experience in a large accounting firm, 2 years’ service as the Lincoln County Treasurer, and more than a decade of close interaction with members of Lincoln County. The Experience, Education and Skills that I bring to this position have helped to continue the efficiency of our previous Treasurer. As the incumbent, I ask for your support in the coming election. Vote Ann Youts for Treasurer.

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Thank you to all of the community members and businesses in Fairfield who contributed money, prizes, and bucket-loads of candy in order to make this season’s Easter hunt an egg-celent event. The sophomore class had a blast helping out. Thank you Fairfield for all that you do for our students and school! ~~~~~ The Mosquito Abatement District and the Citizens of Fairfield would like to thank the Fairfield Volunteer Fire Department for cleaning up the old dead willows on the north side of town. They may not get a lot of calls to put out fires, thankfully, but when we need them, they are there. Again, Thank You! ~~~~~ A BIG THANK YOU To the attendees of the Legion’s Tax relief Spaghetti Feed on the 12th: The American Legion family (Legion Post # 19, Sons of the American Legion and the ladies auxiliary) thank you for your attendance at the Spaghetti feed. Without your participation and support we would be unable to give back to the community. THANK YOU again for your support and we hope everyone enjoyed the evening. Ron Chapman, Commander, American Legion Post # 19

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Become a Junior Ranger

Each year in April, the National Park Service celebrates the scenic beauty, historic places, and recreational opportunities available in over 400 units. Hagerman Fossil Beds National Monument invites young people, their families, and the public to join park rangers in Junior Ranger activities on Saturday, April 26 at the Visitor Center in downtown Hagerman. Junior Ranger programs are available in most national parks; they come in many different forms and engage youth from elementary school through teens. Park Rangers will present one activity from each program; including our newest Jr. Ranger Program: Night Explorer where Jr. Rangers discover the wonders of the universe. We hope you will join us at the Hagerman Fossil Beds visitor center between 10:00 am and 3:00 pm on Saturday, April 26. Come and learn more about this fun and exciting program for all ages.

Youth Shotgun Shooting Skills Clinic

Concerned about the lack of youth involved in the shooting sports, the Jerome Gun Club is doing something about it by sponsoring a shotgun shooting skills clinic for young people (10-17 years) on April 26, at the Jerome Gun Club at 9 a.m. Shells, 50 clay-targets and a lunch will be provided. Shotguns will be provided for youth who don’t have one. Each participant will receive instruction on shooting skills and range safety. Participants must be Hunter Education graduates. Parents are asked to call Kurt Jerke at 404-1995 or Brian Sabala at 4049435 to register their sons or daughters. Individuals with disabilities may request meeting accommodations by contacting the Jerome Regional Office at the Idaho Department of Fish and Game directly at 208-324-4359 or through the Idaho Relay Service at 1-800-377-2529 (TDD).

4-H Dog Camp May 10, 2014

Gooding County Fairgrounds

Interested in learning more about your dog project? You and your dog are invited to join us for a hands on learning experience! The following is a tentative schedule: 9:30 Morning Rotations (50 minutes each) Fitting and Showing – Obedience – Agility 12:00 - 12:30 Lunch 12:30 - 1:30 Afternoon Rotations (30 minutes each) Health – Grooming ––––––––

2014 Gooding County Fair Dates

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Lately, I have been visiting friends at the hospital in Boise, Idaho, on a regular basis. Instead of being healthy in a health facility by using the 5 to 10 flights of stairs, I used the elevator. I have been UP and DOWN the elevator so many times I figured out the buttons by using the Braille system (touch alone). People riding the elevator know my first and last name. They automatically call out my name as soon as they get on - UP or DOWN. To top things off I have started singing to myself on the ride between floor destinations. Wait a second... I don’t like my own singing! Why would I sing to myself in the elevator? It’s not like singing in the shower or along with your favorite radio station. There is that thing call elevator music that keeps guys like me from singing in small confined areas that allows the pitch to go UP and DOWN. Elevator music is that background music that you hear in grocery stores, libraries, dentist offices, schools, planes, shopping malls, cruise ships, hotels, department stores, and of course, elevators. George Owen Squire, an aviation trailblazer/inventor, invented the wired wireless system that allowed radio signals to travel on a single wire. He was in ground works with the Wright Brothers when they were making their airplane flight in 1908 (he probably helped them with their communication to clear for take off). People didn’t accept his idea of a paid wire idea because they could listen to the radio for free. In 1934 he changed the name of his company to Muzak. Businesses began to buy into his idea of piped-in music. The department stores were early up because they felt it relaxed the customers so they would browse more which lead to more spending. But, before George Squire got music into elevators, let us understand elevators. Elevators or elevation systems were used back in the Roman times to raise and lower water. In 1743 King Louis XV had in use an elevator to raise and lower him between floors operated by pulleys and ropes. In the mid 1800’s elevators were used for freight and mines. These were powered by water and steam pistons. The area below the first floor had to be as high as the floors to meet lift requirements. Later these elevators were hoisted UP and DOWN with cables and gears. 1853 saw the first patent on the elevator issued to Elisha Otis who created a breaking system to keep elevators from falling. Many elevators were on the outside of buildings. To lessen the fear of heights of people and the noisy frightening sounds of grinding gears or pistons moving UP and DOWN, music (muzak system) was piped into the elevators. Even the electric elevator invented in 1880 by German inventor Werner von Siemens didn’t cure the scary sounds. Rocker Ted Nuggent, in the 1980’s, offered to buy the Muzak Company for $10 million to get rid of that dreaded elevator music. Apparently he didn’t know his music as well as he thought because there is still elevator music (although it is not as common as it used to be). You may still have a choice whether you get elevator music or me singing to you on your next elevator ride. This is the UPs and DOWNs for this “Cup of Tee”

Tee Hurd

IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE FIFTH JUDICIAL DISTRICT OF THE STATE OF IDAHO, IN AND FOR THE COUNTY of CAMAS JASON L. NOBLE, an individual, and ROD BAKER, an individual, Plaintiff, vs. MARTIN FINCO, an individual. Defendant.

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Case No. CV-2013-35 NOTICE OF SALE

Under and by virtue of an Order for Sale of Mining Claims issued on the 31st day of January, 2014, out of and under the seal of the above—entitled court on a Judgment and recovered in said court in the above—entitled action on the 27th day of December, 2013, in favor of Plaintiffs Jason L. Noble and Rod Baker, I am commanded and required to proceed to notice for sale and to sell at public auction the mining claims described in said Order for Sale of Mining Claims and to apply the proceeds of such sale to the satisfaction of said Judgment with interest hereon and my fees and costs. The mining claims directed to be sold are situated in Camas County, state of Idaho, and are described as follows: BLUE RIBBON NO. 1 MINING CLAIM That certain Lode Mining Claim commonly known as Blue Ribbon No. 1 identified as Department of the Interior Bureau of Land Management Mining Claim Serial Number IMC204561 and more particularly described as follows: Beginning at the corner monument of the Southwest Quarter of Section 34, Township 2N, Range 16E, thence 1500’ North, thence 600’ East, thence 1500’ South, thence 600’ West to the Point of Beginning. BLUE RIBBON NO. 2 MINING CLAIM That certain Lode Mining Claim commonly known as Blue Ribbon No. 2 identified as Department of the Interior Bureau of Land Management Mining Claim Serial Number IMC209940 and more particularly described as follows: Beginning at the corner monument of the Southwest Quarter of Section 34, Township 2N, Range 16E, thence 1500’ North, thence 600’ East, thence 1500’ South, thence 600’ West to the Point of Beginning. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that on the 19th day of May, 2014, at the hour of 10 o’clock a.m., at 501 Soldier Road, Fairfield, Idaho, I will attend, offer and sell at public auction all or so much of the abovedescribed mining claims thus directed to be sold as may be necessary to raise sufficient funds to pay and satisfy the Judgment as set out in said Order for Sale of Mining Claims to the highest bidder therefor in lawful money. You are further informed of your right to redeem the real property within six (6) months of the date of sale pursuant to Idaho Code § 11-402, as applicable, in payment of the amounts due pursuant to the Judgment, including expenses incurred, unless you have previously waived or renounced such rights. Auxiliary aids or services for persons with disabilities are available upon request. Please call (208) 764-2809 by 5:00 o’clock p.m. three (3) days prior to this public sale so that arrangement can be made. DATED this 14th day of April, 2014. By Vickie Chess, Deputy Sheriff


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NOTICE OF CEMETERY MAINTENANCE BID The Camas County Cemetery Board is now accepting bids for maintenance on four Camas County cemeteries. Persons wishing to bid need to have their own equipment to do mowing, trimming, and general upkeep in a timely manner as directed by the board. Maintenance will be done from May 2014 through September 2014. Full maintenance will be needed during the months of May, June, and July 2014. General upkeep only will need to be performed during the months of August and September. Bids should reflect reduced maintenance hours in August and September 2014. Bids may be sent to Linda Thomas (board member) at P.O. Box 508 - Fairfield, Idaho 83327, or dropped off at 507 Soldier Road. For more details, call 764-2100. Bids must be received by Thursday, May 1st, at 12 noon.

PUBLIC NOTICE

On Tuesday, May 13, 2014 the Fairfield Planning & Zoning Commission will hold a regular meeting beginning at 7:00 p.m. at Fairfield City Hall located at 407 Soldier Road in Fairfield. Items on their agenda include the following: Special Use Sign Application: A public hearing and consideration of a special use sign application for a permanent sign located at Lot 29, except the south 5’’, Blk 21 also known as 505 Soldier Road, Fairfield, Idaho. The proposed sign is approximately 4’ in height and 19’’ in width. The applicant is Jim Dandy’s Pizza, owner Cal and Elaine Webb. Property is zoned Commercial. NOTICE IS FURTHER GIVEN that at the aforementioned time and place, all interested persons may appear and shall be given an opportunity to comment on the matters stated above. Any person needing special accommodations to participate in the meeting should contact the City Office. Comments and questions prior to the hearings should be directed to the Fairfield City Planning Administrator, P. O. Box 336, Fairfield, ID. 83327 a minimum of five (5) days prior to the scheduled hearing. Plans and supporting documents are on file at the Fairfield City Hall and available for public review. DATED the 18th day of April, 2014 Megan Stelma, Planning & Zoning Administrator

NOTICE OF TRUSTEE’S SALE Trustee’s Sale No. 02-FSL-130279 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that, ALLIANCE TITLE AND ESCROW CORP., the duly appointed Successor Trustee, will on August 15, 2014, at the hour of 02:00 PM, of said day, MAIN ENTRANCE OF THE CAMAS COUNTY COURTHOUSE, 501 SOLDIER ROAD, FAIRFIELD, ID, 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 and personal property (hereafter referred to collectively as the “Property”), situated in the County of CAMAS, State of Idaho, to-wit: LOT 6A OF LOTS 5, 6 AND 7 OF WEST SHORE SUDIVISION, ACCORDING TO THE OFFICIAL PLAT THEREOF, RECORDED AS INSTRUMENT NO. 78457, RECORDS OF CAMAS COUNTY, IDAHO. The Trustee has no knowledge of a more particular description of the above-referenced Property but, for purposes of compliance with Section 60-113 of Idaho Code, the Trustee has been informed that the address of 060 PRIVATE ROAD, CAMAS COUNTY, ID 83327 AKA 228 WEST SHORE DRIVE, WEST MAGIC, ID 83352, is sometimes associated with said real property. Said sale will be made without covenant or warranty 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 MARC A GREEN, A MARRIED MAN AS HIS SOLE and SEPARATE PROPERTY, as Grantor, to FIDELITY NATIONAL TITLE INSURANCE CO., as Trustee, for the benefit and security of MORTGAGE ELECTRONIC REGISTRATION SYSTEMS. INC., AS NOMINEE FOR COUNTRYWIDE HOME LOANS, INC., ITS SUCCESSORS AND ASSIGNS, as Beneficiary, dated 5/17/2006, recorded 5/17/2006 in Volume 37, page 997, of Deeds of Trust, under Instrument No. 79634, Mortgage records of CAMAS County, IDAHO, the beneficial interest in which is presently held by The Bank of New York Mellon FKA The Bank of New York, as Trustee for the certificateholders of the CWALT, Inc., ALTERNATIVE LOAN TRUST 2006-OC8 MORTGAGE PASS-THROUGH CERTIFICATES, SERIES 2006-OC8.

THE ABOVE GRANTORS ARE NAMED TO COMPLY WITH SECTION 45-1506(4) (A), IDAHO CODE. NO REPRESENTATION IS MADE THAT THEY ARE. OR ARE NOT, PRESENTLY RESPONSIBLE FOR THIS OBLIGATION. The default for which is sale is made is the failure to pay when due under the Deed of Trust Note dated 5/17/2006. THE MONTHLY PAYMENT WHICH BECAME DUE ON 1/1/2013 AND ALL SUBSEQUENT MONTHLY PAYMENTS. PLUS LATE CHARGES AND OTHER COSTS AND FEES AS SET FORTH. Amount due as of April 9, 2014 Delinquent Payments from January 01, 2013 6 payments at $ 846.26 each $5,077.56 1 payments at $ 821.65 each $821.65 9 payments at $ 933.50 each $8,401.50 (01-01-13 through 04-09-14) Late Charges: $0.00 BENEFICIARY ADVANCES TOTAL UNCOLLECTED $2,611.34 Suspense Credit:$ 0.00 TOTAL: $16,912.05 All delinquencies are now due, together with unpaid and accruing taxes, assessments, trustee’s fees, attorney’s fees, costs and advances made to protect the security associated with this foreclosure. The principal balance is $178,624.90, together with interest thereon at 3.250% per annum from 12/1/2012 to 7/1/2013, 3.250% per annum from 7/1/2013 to 8/1/2013, 3.250% per annum from 8/1/2013, until paid. The Beneficiary elects to sell or cause the trust property to be sold to satisfy said obligation. Anyone having any objection to the sale on any grounds whatsoever will be afforded an opportunity to be heard as to those objections if they bring a lawsuit to restrain the same. DATED: 4/9/2014. ALLIANCE TITLE AND ESCROW CORP. Trustee By: Joel Meng, Asst. Secretary c/o REGIONAL TRUSTEE SERVICES CORPORATION 616 1st Avenue, Suite 500 Seattle, WA 98104 Phone: (206) 340-2550 Sale Information: http://www.rtrustee. com A-4454602 published on 4/23, 4/30, 5/07 & 5/14, 2014


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Hagerman Fossil Beds National Monument “Listening Sessions”

Hagerman National Fossil Beds is celebrating its 25th anniversary. As part of a year of “25 events for the 25th,” we want to hear from you! Join us for one of three “listening sessions” at the park’s Visitor Center at 221 North State Street in Hagerman, ID (across from Hagerman High School). Pop-in and talk with park staff about your concerns, ideas, and suggestions about the monument. The listening sessions have broad time frames open, so pick a date and stop by on any of these dates: · Saturday, April 26 ………. between 10am – 2pm · Wednesday, April 30 ….. between 10am – 2pm · Wednesday, April 30 --- between 4–8 pm. This is also part of an extended National Park Week celebration! Hagerman Fossil Beds National Monument is one of over 400 units in the National Park Service system, preserving nationally significant resources for the enjoyment of current and future generations. Events celebrating the monument’s 25th anniversary continue in May. Join us for Hagerman History Day on Saturday, May 24 and a “Monument Star Party” on Saturday, May 31. For more information on events at Hagerman Fossil Beds NM, call 208-933-4105 or check our website: www.nps.gov/hafo.

Invitation to Bid:

We are accepting bids to farm 290 dryland acres in the Hill City area. One hundred and fifty acres are in old alfalfa/grass mix and the balance is open ground. There is also at least 100 acres of meadow hay available to be cut. The bid will be on a share basis . Closing date is April 25. Call 208 539 4422 for more information.

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LEGAL NOTICE OF PUBLIC MEETING Pursuant to Idaho Code 31-1413, Notice is hereby given that the WEST MAGIC FIRE COMMISSIONERS will hold a public meeting at West Magic Station #2 (West Magic Road) on Tuesday, the 19th of November, 2013 at 6:30 p.m.

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►Lincoln County Job Opening: Part-time job opening for Lincoln County Disaster Services Director, approximately 30 hours per month. Please send resume to: Lincoln County Clerk’s Office - 111 West B Street, Ste. C - Shoshone, ID 83352. For more information call: 886-7641 ►High Country Fusion Company is hiring a Full-Time Fusion Technician. Job duties would include manipulating raw materials to specifications while operating machinery safely. Candidates need a good working knowledge of SAE and Metric measurements with the ability to achieve proper dimensions, an ability to read drawings and measure parts for quality production. Wage level is dependent on experience. Please email resumes to: bill.seig@hcfusion.com ►Drivers:Out & Back FT Solo & Team Openings! Great Pay! No Forced Dispatch! CDL-A, 2yrs exp. req. Miller Brothers Express: 866-823-0361 x123, x103 ►City of Fairfield is accepting applications for a Public Works employee. Part time/ Full time position. Must carry or obtain a valid Class A (CDL) Idaho Drivers License . Must be willing to obtain a Water & Wastewater Operations Certification. Send Resume to City of Fairfield, Attn: City Clerk, P.O. Box 336, Fairfield, ID 83327 or drop off resume at 407 Soldier Road, Fairfield. 764-2333 EOE

For Rent ►Charming two bedroom stone farmhouse for rent near Dietrich. Large family room and basement. $500/month. Please call 720-7649.

For Sale ►For Sale: Handmade Fire starters for your campfire, or BBQ. $5 for 16 sticks. Call 208-212-5010.

►2001 Toyota Camry LE. Good Condition 197K $2700. Please call 208-490-0729.

Services ►Custom wood spliting. $35 per hour on weekends. Call 3581103. ►Need Yard Work Done? Call Boyd Stevens at 934-5288. Lawn mowing, weed eating, leaves raked. Weekly rate available. ► Hollenbeck Construction. New construction & remodels. Specializing in finish excellence with great value. Licenced & Bonded. Call 481-0320. ►GET R’ DONE CLEANING is now serving Fairfield with domestic and commercial cleaning. No job is to big, no job is too small. Sue or Josh - 212-1032 ►I Replace Broken Zippers in jackets, coats, sweatshirts, vests, levi pants, skirts, etc. Hemming done on pants, levis, bresses, sheets, binding on blankets, etc. Patch rips, holes, back-pocket rips, overalls, levis, shirt-tail rips, etc. Replace elastic in most anything. Call Kathy in Hagerman 837-6267. 7 days a week.

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►Looking for scrap metal. Call Thomas Davis at 764-2484. ►Looking for summer pasture for my cattle. Willing to look at all types of opportunities and properties in any condition. Call Dan at 720-5634. ►Donations of Gentle Used or New Books for the 1st Annual PTO Book Sale at the annual Camas Academic Fair. All Proceeds Will Benefit the School Library. Drop off at the school.


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