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Burgers In Wendell

The folks in Wendell now have a new place to satisfy their burger cravings - Chris’s Bustin Burgers. Located on West Avenue C just across from Simerly’s, Chris Newlan has taken over the Taco Loco food trailer and is serving all beef burgers with all your favorite variations. There are chicken burgers as well, and for a little extra, you can upgrade your tots or fries to homemade onion rings. As is often the case, their first week was not without problems (a lot of on and off problems with the trailer) but they are getting the bugs worked out. Regular hours for Chris’s Bustin Burgers are Monday thru Thursday 11 to 7, and Friday and Saturday from 11 to 8. If things get slow during the week (Monday--Thursday), they may close early but never before 3:00 a.m. With 20 years of experience, including 10 years at the Pit Stop, Chris is no stranger to the restaurant business. So, bring your family down for dinner or call in your order - 208-749-3617.

News from the Heart of Idaho Camas • Lincoln • Gooding

May 16, 2018

Vol 42 ~ Num 20

Work to Resume on Big Wood River Bridge

Work is expected to resume today (May 16) on the Highway 20 Big Wood River Bridge near Stanton Crossing. This is the final part of last year’s bridge replacement project. The new bridge deck will be sealed against weather and water damage to help ensure the longevity of the structure. Paving will also occur on the new bridge to tie into adjoining portions of US20. Work is expected to be completed within the next month. While construction is underway, this portion of US-20 will be reduced to one lane in each direction. Drivers should be prepared for reduced speeds and short delays, and watch for flaggers during working hours - Monday through Friday, 7 a.m. to 5 p.m. Concrete Placing Company, of Boise, Idaho is the contractor for this project. ITD and the Idaho State Police advise motorists to slow down and pay attention when driving in work zones, where increased speeding fines and other penalties apply. Motorists are encouraged to plan ahead and dial 5-1-1 or visit 511.idaho. gov for information on the state highway or interstate system.

Camas County Graduation

On Saturday, May 12th, six Camas County High School Students took their last walk to the stage as the Graduating Class of 2018. The path to this day was not easy, but it will be a milestone to look back to for the rest of their lives. Class Valedictorian was Ashley Switzer (top center) and the Salutatorian was Jade Warren (bottom center). The class chose two of their teachers (Mr. Randy Jewett and Mrs. Michelle Reedy) to encourage them as they head out into the big world.

The Students and their Plans: Michael Brown (top left): School somewhere Molly Kepford (bottom left): Work, no college Ashley Switzer: Boise State University, majoring in Chemistry, then medical school Jade Warren: College of Southern Idaho, majoring in Health Sciences Kehland Hainline (top right): Welding School in Spokane Erik Robles (bottom right): Advanced Individual Training in Fort Lee, Virginia




The Courier NEWS • Wednesday, May 9, 2018 • News@Highway46.org

Notices of Upcoming Events & Meetings Volunteers Needed in Shoshone

The City of Shoshone and Saddle-Up Lincoln County are looking for volunteers this Friday and Saturday (May 18 & 19) to help put together the new playground at the Mary L. Gooding Memorial Park (next to the pool). The equipment has been designed to celebrate Shoshone’s train history. And, along with improving the safety of the playground, this project will provide for ADA accessibility. To help, just sign-up for a shift on the ShoshoneParkProject facebook page, or contact the city office.

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Gooding County Democratic Caucus Thursday, May 17, 2018

Donna Pence, Chair of the Gooding County Democratic Party is pleased to invite the public to help select three County Delegates to the Idaho Democratic Party State Convention to be held in Caldwell, Idaho June 29-30! “This is a fantastic opportunity for Idaho Democrats to get involved with our Party and have a real say in selecting our party platform for the 2018 election cycle,” Donna said. The caucus location is at the Gooding County Planning and Zoning Office (7th Ave East & Washington Street) in Gooding. Event begin Thursday, May 17th, at 7:00 p.m. Please be there around 6:30 to be signed in when the caucus begins. Anyone who wants to participate as a Democrat and who will be a registered Democrat voter OPEN HOUSE in Gooding The assisted living facility at 745 California Street in Gooding of the county on November 6, 2018 (turns 18 by this date) may participate in the caucus. Voter recently changed ownership. The new owners, Diamond Peak registration forms will be available for those who are not registered Democrats. Meeting is open to the media and the public! Healthcare, invite you to come meet the new administrator, the To learn more about the Gooding County Caucus, contact Chair Donna Pence at (208) 308staff, and the residents this Saturday, May 19th, from 11 p.m. to 2 0046 or by e-mail at donnapence25@msn.com. To learn more about the caucus process, contact p.m. They will be serving hot dogs, salads, and drinks. the Idaho Democratic Party at (208) 336-1815 or by e-mail at info@idahodems.org.

Memorial Day in Fairfield

The Fairfield American Legion will be holding a memorial ceremony at the Mountain View Cemetery on May 28th at 11:00 a.m. A free spaghetti lunch will be served at the Legion Hall at noon. In Celebration of 91 years of the American Legion in Fairfield, there will be a special historical exibit on display. Everyone is welcome!

Upcoming Camas Youth Events

The Fairfield Community Church will be hosting a SUMMER KICKOFF PARTY on May 25th from 5 to 11 p.m. All students (6th to 12th grade) are invited. Wear clothes you can get a little dirty, and shoes you can run in. Summer Camp Fundraising Dinner: June 3rd from 10:30 to 1:30. Come serve lunch and save on summer camp which will take place August 6th thru 8th at Anderson Ranch Reservoir.

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Gooding Antique Tractor Parade

The Magic Valley Antique Tractor Pullers will be holding a tractor parade through the town of Gooding and out into the country north west of town on Saturday, May 19th. The group will leave the Idaho National Guard Armory at 10 a.m. proceed south on Main through town, take a tour of the area northwest of town, and return to the Armory. The tractors will be parked and on display from (approximately) 12 noon to 1 p.m. The public is welcome and encouraged to take a look at some working pieces of agricultural history. MVATP Inc. Branch #38 is composed of early farm equipment enthusiasts who appreciate the history of farming. The members have fun competing against one another in tractor pulling events, plowing events, and operating/displaying their tractors at parades and exhibitions. In addition to sharing their enjoyment and knowledge of early machinery, club members also contribute to and maintain a scholarship fund to propagate the future of agriculture. Scholarships are awarded to eligible high school seniors and college freshmen who plan to study agriculture at an Idaho school. For additional information contact MVATP club president, Gary Fisk (208.), event chairman Dean Sabala (208.539.2647) or any club member.

American Legion Adult Coed Summer Softball League

The Gooding County Club will host a Ladies Invitational on June 13th (36 max hdcp). Entry fees for the 18 hole competition are $35 An organizational meeting shall be held at 7 p.m. on Tuesday, May 22nd, at the American Le(walking) and $47 (with cart). Shotgun start at 9:00 a.m. For more gion Post 19 Hall in Fairfield for all participants in the inaugural season of the American Legion information, contact Rosemary Anderson at 208-961-0007. Adult Coed 16 inch Summer Softball League. What is 16 inch softball, you ask? Slow pitch, no gloves baby! It’s a Chicago thing and wildly fun and popular. All we need are bats, balls, some players and a place to play. Our goal is to have four teams play for 6 weeks in June and July on Wednesday or Thursday evenings (TBD by league at meeting) commencing June 13. Expect a break from play during 4th of July Week. at the Billingsley Creek Barn in Hagerman We are looking for a total of at least 40 participants - there is a minimum (1/2 mile north of Hagerman on Highway 30) of 3 gals required fielded for each team. So, Ladies start stretching out those Antiques, Collectables, Handmade items, Jewelry, and Books. hamstrings and be ready to play! Homemade Cakes, Pies, Fresh Eggs, and Bread. Any prospective team managers should contact Vic Weber or Chrissy Higbee Breakfast & Lunch at our Grill prior to the meeting. Any interested participants who cannot make the meeting OPEN: Friday thru Sunday 9 to 5 should also contact Vic or Chrissy so that you can be placed on a roster. We look Check out the USED BICYCLES forward to some local summer fun!

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Ice Cream Social in Gooding

1-888-934-1862 • Wednesday, May 9, 2018 • The Courier NEWS

The Gooding Youth Association (G.Y.A.) will host a ice cream social this Friday, May 18th, at the Gooding High School. The G.Y.A. decided that, instead of having a standard fundraiser, they would have an event that would benefit the entire town. Fund raiser admission is by donation. Jim Brockman will give a brief presentation about the G.Y.A. before turning the microphone over to Donna Shines of the Mentoring Network. Donna Shines will speak about working together to make Gooding greater. She delivers a great down to earth message in a way that everybody can connect with. After the presentations, the G.Y.A. will be serving Clover Leaf ice cream afterwards. Everyone is invited to enjoy some ice cream and to share their ideas about Gooding with each other. To sweeten the pot, they will be giving away two Ruger firearms as door prizes. These will be drawn for during the ice cream social and you must be present to win. ---- What is the G.Y.A . It’s is a group dedicated to offering the youth of the area the chance to learn about and participate in the tradition of shooting sports. Centered around education and safety, the group offers shotgun, rifle, and archery classes to youth from 9 to 18. They are also working on a drone building group as well. The group is open to all, and works in collaboration with Gooding schools, 4-H, as well as a number other groups in Gooding.

Firewood Permits Now on Sale

Personal use fuelwood permits for the Sawtooth National Forest have been reduced to $6.25 per cord with a 4-cord minimum and a 10-cord maximum per household. Please note that the Forest Service will no longer sell permits of only 2 cords. If you want all 10 cords, permit purchases will need to be purchased; 5 cords and 5 cords, or 4 cords and 6 cords, or all 10 cords at once. Two reasons driving this change are to aligne the overall price of the fuelwood to be closer with other National Forests in southern Idaho, and to help remove the fuel load since woodcutting is limited to dead trees. The 2018 fuelwood season for the Sawtooth National Forest is May 15, through November 30, 2018, and remember... cutting fuelwood within a closure area is prohibited. “Please check this year’s fuelwood brochure and current Motor Vehicle Use Maps to make sure you are cutting in an area open to fuelwood gathering and pay special attention to closed areas and roads with restoration activities,” said Sawtooth National Forest Timber Program Manager, Scott Wagner. “Also, the forest has regulations prohibiting the cutting of dead or living whitebark pine trees which are declining and are critically important to several wildlife species.” Permit holders are encouraged to cut fuelwood early in the year because fire restrictions may impact the cutting season later in the summer. Early season fuelwood cutters are asked to use caution, avoiding wet muddy roads, where travel may cause resource damage. Fuelwood cutting is not allowed within riparian areas (adjacent to creeks and rivers). Fuelwood permits are valid within the Boise, Payette and Sawtooth Forests. All motorized travel related to fuelwood gathering must be in full accordance with Forest Service travel regulations for the area as shown in the Motor Vehicle Use Map (MVUM), unless specifically exempted in the fuelwood permit. Regulations for each forest are available when permits are issued. For additional information, contact the local Ranger District offices, or Forest websites. Permits are available at Sawtooth National Forest Ranger District offices, the Sawtooth Supervisor’s Office (370 American Ave., Jerome, Idaho), and private vendors in southern Idaho. Sawtooth National Forest Vendors: Rock Creek General Store, Hansen Camas Creek Country Store, Fairfield

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Community Breakfast at the Wendell Senior Center



380 1st Ave. East - Wendell (across from the city offices)

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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, May 18... Baked Salmon Monday, May 21... Meatloaf Wednesday, May 23... Pork Roast

Wendell 536-9951 (380 East 1st Street)

Lunch is served every Monday & Friday at Noon. -------------------------Friday, May 18... There are days when you need Monday, May 21... a really good sit down meal!

Shoshone

886–2369 (218 N Rail St. W)

Richfield

487–2722 130 S Main Street

Lunch: $2 (2-9) $5.50 (10-59) $4 over 60 (suggested) No Saturday Breakfast until further notice. ----------------------Thur, May 17 (Rich) Corn Dogs & Tater Tots w/ Pie Friday, May 18 (Sho) Baked Potato Bar Monday, May 21 (Rich) Fried Chicken & Birthday Cake Tuesday, May 22 (Sho) Tuna Casserole & Hot Rolls Wed, May 23 (Sho) Soup, Sandwich & 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, May 18 Roast Beef Tuesday, May 22 Chili Dogs Wednesday, May 23 Taco Salad

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, May 17 Turkey Dinner Monday, May 21 Breaded Fish w/Cream Potatoes Tuesday, May 22 Ham n’Cheese Sliders Wednesday, May 23 Pulled Pork Sandwiches

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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obit ua r ies George King Black

George King Black born and raised in Salt Lake City died at the age of 72 on May 5, 2018 in his home in Gooding Idaho after a valiant struggle with prostate cancer. Our Father, Grandfather, Brother, Friend, Greatest Neighbor and Candlelighter stepped into the other room ready for the next progression of his journey that day. He loved his family. As per his wishes Dad wanted to thank Judy Jeffries and Vicki Black for being such great mothers to his children, Shawn, Carol, Steve, Richard, Lynn, Sharon, Larry, Virginia, Veronica and Victoria. Though he doesn’t leave worldly riches behind, he has left a legacy of quiet humble service. He has left the importance of giving true gratitude and leaving the other person better than you found them. A Celebration of George’s life will be held Thursday, May 17, 2018 from 6:00 to 9:00 p.m. at Basque Cultural Center (285 Euskadi Lane) in Gooding, Idaho. Funeral services will be held Friday, May 18, 2018, 11:00 a.m. at the Gooding L.D.S. Church (1228 Main Street) in Gooding. In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions can be made to Demaray Funeral Service on behalf of our family. More information can be seen at www.demarayfuneralservice.com with the opportunity to add something to his tribute wall.

death & service notices

Ronald Chester Ewing, 83, a resident of Gooding, passed away on Saturday, May 12, 2018 at his home in Gooding. Funeral arrangements are pending under the care and direction of Demaray Funeral Service - Gooding Chapel. ----Noreen Faye Schmidt, 69, a resident of Twin Falls, passed away on Saturday, May 12, 2018 at her home in Twin Falls. Funeral arrangements are pending under the care and direction of Demaray Funeral Service - Gooding Chapel. ----Joseph Eugene DeSilva, 61, a resident of Gooding, passed away on Saturday, May 12, 2018 at his home in Gooding. Funeral arrangements are pending under the care and direction of Demaray Funeral Service - Gooding Chapel. ----Richard Uppiano, 89, a resident of Hagerman, passed away on Monday, May 14, 2018 at the North Canyon Medical Center in Gooding. Funeral arrangements are pending under the care and direction of Demaray Funeral Service - Gooding Chapel. ----Eda Jane “Janie” Larson, 90, of Shoshone, Idaho died Monday, May 14, 2018 at her home. Funeral services are pending under the care and direction of Demaray Funeral Service ~ Shoshone Chapel. ----Please join us on Saturday, June 2nd, at 12 p.m. to celebrate the life of the beautiful Dee Wilson. We will be doing lunch at the Wilson home in Corral, Idaho (800 W 155 N) and would appreciate it if those who attend would bring a side dish or dessert and your lawn chairs. If you have any questions please contact Max @208-764-2306


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obit ua ry

Margaret Mea Miles

1-888-934-1862 • Wednesday, May 9, 2018 • The Courier NEWS

Margaret Mae Miles, 83, of Gooding, Idaho, passed away peacefully on Tuesday, May 8, 2018 surrounded by family after a very short battle with cancer. Margaret (Marge) was born on December 11, 1934 in Blandburg, PA to Clarabel Myrtle Varner & Rubert ‘Jay’ Thompson. She and a younger sister Lucinda were cared for by foster families throughout their childhood. She attended grammar school in Smithfield and completed high school at Huntingdon High, graduating in 1952. Shortly after graduation, Margaret left Pennsylvania and traveled to Sacramento, California where she was briefly reunited with her birth mother. It was in California where she met a young airman named Cecil Miles. After a courtship and permission from Cecil’s commanding officer, the two were married on New Year’s Day in 1953. The couple lived in Modesto and Margaret attended a semester of junior college majoring in accounting before she became pregnant with their first of 3 sons. Lloyd ‘Kipp’ was born in January of 1954, followed by Kyle Patrick in August of 1956, and finally Dale Reed in July of 1957. The couple moved from Oakdale, CA to Idaho in 1971. Marge worked at Wendell Implement, and Magic Valley Packing Company (now Glanbia) before they opened Gooding Surplus and Sales on the corner of Main Street and 2nd Ave (Zeppe’s Pizza parking lot) selling army surplus merchandise and other goods. They lived in the apartment above the store before buying a home on Dorothy Ave. Cecil also worked as a diesel mechanic and a police officer in Gooding before contracting the operation and maintenance of the old Gooding Landfill in cooperation with Fred Willard. Marge operated MMM Bookkeeping. Eventually the landfill was shut down and Marge and Cecil moved to Ogden, Utah, for another employment opportunity. Cecil worked at UAW Diesel as a Master Diesel Instructor and Marge worked at A-1 Auto Parts and Salvage. They made lifelong friendships and friends became family throughout their many journeys. Marge and Cecil both retired and returned to Idaho to be closer to their children and grandchildren. They staked their retirement claim just outside Gooding and during the early 90’s, Cecil attended auctioneering college and together Marge and Cecil ran Miles Auction Service. Marge and Cecil both loved to fish. They could often be found with their motor home or camper on the shores of Magic Reservoir, Flaming Gorge, or CJ Strike Reservoir with family or friends. Marge was very fond of roses and planted, grew, and tended her rose bushes everywhere life led her. She also had a fondness of owls and her collection of owl trinkets grew to abundance over the years. Marge’s four granddaughters, and in time her great grandchildren, gave her the utmost joy. Cecil left this world and Marge in 1994. Following Cecil’s death, Marge spent months traveling Alaska and fishing with friends to help her through her grief and cope with her new solitary life. Eventually, Marge and a longtime friend of her and Cecil’s, Evan ‘Butch’ Lively, grew close and ultimately decided they were great companions for one another. Though they did not marry, they remained happily together for many years before Butch too passed in 2014. Marge was an active member of the Order of the Eastern Star and Past Worthy Matron of Cosmopolitan Chapter #36 in Gooding. She was preceded in death by her husband Cecil Miles, her parents, her sister Lucinda, and her son Kyle. She is survived by her two sons Kipp Miles and Dale (Billi) Miles of Gooding; granddaughters Kimberly Cook (Jon) of Gooding, Dana Miller (Jim) of Twin Falls, Mirinda Miles of Sand Hollow, and Amanda Haye of Burley; and her 8 great grandchildren, Kylee & Barrett (Kimberly), Braelyn & Braxton (Dana), Cecil & Alia (Mirinda), and Tyler & Gerald ‘JJ’ (Amanda). Graveside services were held on Tuesday, May 15, 2018, at Elmwood Cemetery. Services are under the direction of Demaray Funeral Service ~ demarayfuneralservice.com.



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Camas Quips

Gathered by Tee Hurd

Velcro is a big rip off. ------ What was the football coach yelling at the vending machine? Give me my quarterback. ------My boss yelled at me the other day, “You’ve got to be the worst train driver in history. How many trains did you derail last year?” I can’t say for sure. It’s hard to keep track. ------Jokes about unemployed people are not funny. They they just don’t work. ------(Editor’s Note: Warning - the following joke is only for truly sick people. I nearly fell off my chair typing this.) Daughter: Mom, can I get a dog or cat for Christmas, please?” Mom: No honey, you’ll be getting turkey just like you get every Christmas.

------If you spent your day in a well, could you say your day was well spent? ------I “googled” how to start a wildfire. I got 48,500 matches. ------A patient burst into a doctor’s office. “Doctor, I believe I’m a deck of cards!” The doctor calmly replies, “Go sit in the waiting room, I’ll be dealing with you later.” ------When I look at chocolate, I hear two voices in my head. The first one says, “You need to eat the chocolate.” The other one says, “You heard him, eat the chocolate.” ------A man gose to a lawyer. “What is your fee?” The lawyer says, “One thousand U.S. dollars for three questions.” Man, “Wow, so much! Isn’t that a bit expensive?” Lawyer, “Yes. What is your third question?”

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from the Editor

Jerusalem: The Heart of Conflict?

70 years ago, Israel declared its independence with the full support of “most” of the world. It was 1948, WWII was over, and re-creating the Jewish Homeland was in part driven by the desire to atone for the atrocities of the Holocaust. Re-establishing Israel was by no means a new idea, but the need to wipeout the wrongs of Hitler and the Nazis gave the idea a new incentive. Since then, Israel has been in the crosshairs of almost every Middle Eastern county. Why? From a logical viewpoint, there is no reason. That area of the world was a trash heap - both literally and culturally. The so called “Palestinians” were never a people group. They were the outcasts of the Middle East who had nowhere else to go. Today, Israel has been transformed into an oasis. Israel is a world leader in agricultural innovations including irrigation, food storage, biological pest control, dairy farming, and a strain of potato that can be irrigated with saltwater. But... what about the Palestinians? Earlier this week, the United States officially moved its embassy from Tel Aviv to Jerusalem - a truly historical event. Yet, all we heard about in the media was the “poor Palestinians” who were killed by Israeli soldiers. Should we feel sorry those individuals who lost their lives? NOT AT ALL! Neither should we believe that those terrorists represent the Palestinians. The truth is that the majority of Palestinians have no desire to eliminate Israel. Their lives are far better off with Israel in control of that area. But, they live in fear of Islamic terrorist groups like Hamas and others. Even if they are not Muslim - a large percentage of Palestinians are Christian - they risk being killed if they stand up for Israel. To put this all in perspective, consider this... in Idaho there are individuals who adhere to certain political viewpoints that no one (regardless of your political affiliation) agrees with. We all know someone in our community like this, and a couple of them are actually running for governor (I’ll let you figure out who they are). Almost universally, Idahoans reject the ideas of these people, and yet, the media paints Idaho with the broad strokes of their extremist viewpoints. In many ways, Idahoans are just like Palestinians and the Jews. The media tells the world lies about who we are, and the world believes those lies. What can we do about it? Know the truth. The real heart of conflict in the world is not in Israel (or any other place), it is in the lies we believe.

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South Central Public Health District Health Heroes Awards

South Central Public Health District (SCPHD) will host the 2018 Health Heroes Awards on Wednesday, May 16, 2018 at 1:00pm. The presentation will be hosted at the Twin Falls Office, 1020 Washington Street N in the Katz A & B conference rooms. This annual event honors individuals or groups who have gone above and beyond the call of duty to promote health in the community by working to prevent disease, promote healthy lifestyles, and protect the health and environment of southern Idaho citizens. This year, there were four nomination categories: youth (under 18), adult volunteer, adult professional, and group/organization/business. The nominations received included a brief description explaining why the nominees deserves the Health Heroes Award. Examples of qualifying activities included, but were not limited to the following: • promoting a healthy lifestyle through activities at schools, churches, and places of work • activities that help reduce suicides • promoting physical activity • activities that reduce obesity • preparing a community for a disaster • decreasing workplace injuries • promoting policies that led to healthy outcomes

1-888-934-1862 • Wednesday, May 9, 2018 • The Courier NEWS ~ Legal Notices ~ Legal Notices ~ Legal Notices ~ Legal Notices ~

NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING FOR SECTION XVII OF THE CAMAS COUNTY COMPREHENSIVE PLAN NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN: on Monday, the 21st day of May, 2018 at 7:15 p.m. or as soon thereafter as the matter may be heard, the Planning and Zoning Commission of Camas County will hold a public hearing at the Senior Citizen Center, located at 125 W. Willow Ave., Fairfield, Idaho, to consider the approval of Section XVII to be added to the Comprehensive Plan for the County of Camas, in accordance with Sections 67-6508 and 67-6509 of the Idaho Code. The purpose of this hearing is for the public as well as the Planning and Zoning Commission to hear a new proposed Section XVII for the Comprehensive Plan for Camas County. A copy of the proposed Section XVII is available at no charge at the Camas County Courthouse Annex and at the public hearing. A general summary of the provisions of Section XVII is as follows: Section XVII - Public Airport Facilities This section covers the addition of public and private airports in Camas County including facilities and the airports at Fairfield (U86) and at West Magic (U93). It describes public-use and private-use airports and the goals and objectives for the new Section. Written comments will be received by the Planning & Zoning Administrator until May 17, 2018. Testimony at the hearing will 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 hearing. Dwight H. Butlin Camas County Planning & Zoning Administrator published on 5/2, 5/9 & 5/17, 2017

The public and media are invited to attend. For more information, please contact, Yvonne Humphrey at (208) 737-5917.

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Please join us Saturday, May 19th for the North Canyon Medical Center Community Health Fair — and take advantage of valuable health information booths, lab work, and more! Pre-register April 11– May 11 at NCMC, online at ncm-c.org, or by phone at (208) 934-4433 for early bird prices on the following labs and tests: TRADITIONAL HEALTH FAIR PANEL TESTOSTERONE | PSA | HEMOGLOBIN A1C

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► For Sale: Colman Powermatic 6350 watt generator. 10 hp Brigs&Stratton, low hours (under 10). $600. Call Joe at 208-420-6699.

► House for Rent: 708 Soldier Road (Fairfield), 3 bed, 1 ► Poulan Pro chainsaw. 42cc with case. $60. Call Joe at bath, fenced yard. $550 per month. Call 208-731-0522 or 208-420-6699. 208-591-3622. ► Trees for Sale: Spruce: blue, engleman, Norway. 3.5 feet in pots. $5.00 each. Call 208-420-2047. Now is the Firewood-Post-Pole Business for Sale time to plant (fairfield).

1 Log truck with self loader & booster - 2 two ton trucks - 2 Firewood Processors - 2 Loader tractors - 2 Thirty foot conveyors. Package deal... $80,000. Call 208-358-0516 or 208-358-0774. Jobs & orders included.

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► Boat for Sale: 18 foot Marlin Bow Rider (1988) with trailer. Aluminum block, 4 cylinder engine, with I/O drive. Bimini top as well as the standard cover. Some ski equipment and life jackets included. $3500. Contact Steve at 208-764-2262.

► 2005 Aliner. Excellent condition everything included ► USED BICYCLES at Busy B Market in Hager- plus custom cover (nice) wheel and propane tanks covman, (1/2 mi North of Hagerman/Hwy 30). Antiques, Col- ers. Both propane tanks full, new battery and inverter/ lectables, Handmade items, Homemade Cakes, Pies, Fresh converter. New awning to cover picnic tables or shaded Eggs. Bread, Jewelry, and Books. Breakfast and Lunch at seating, portable potty with 4 boxes custom bags, new leveler pads, all new dishes and utensils, plenty of storour Grill. Open Fri-Sat-Sun. 9-5. Call 208-320-6878 age, couch and tsble make into beds, etc etc etc. Light ► Get rid of your scrap metal and appliances. Call Tom weight yet sturdy set up and take down in minutes. Can at 208-721-8652 easily be pulled by car or small truck. Asking $4500 ► PATCHING Levi, coveralls, etc. Repair broken zippers OBO. Can be seen at Shoshone Ice Caves. Text Christine in anything: jackets, bags, pants, etc. Hemming: pants, at (208) 315-7303. dresses, coveralls, etc. DROP OFF: Julie’s Ace Hardware ► 1993 Yamaha Serow motor bike 225 6 speed. All lights in Gooding (116 5th Ave E.) Call Kathy 837-6267. and turn signals work. Street legal. New chain, sprockets ► Concrete Construction of any kind? Call 961-6511 for and front tire. Great bike. One owner. $1,300 Contact Bill a free estimate. at 208-539-2754. ► 1942 Farmall A with a B or a BN rear differential. Has a wide front end and wide rear end. 1945 A parts tractor goes with it and some misc. parts. If interested, call Wayne at (208) 490-2742. $1100 for both tractors OBO.

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Free Airedale Puppies: Two females one boy. Contact Richard at 208-293-7729

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Black Heeler Pup, 4.5 months old, 25 pounds Lost in the Corral area near Highway 20. Call Ron Jones 208-731-2011 or 208-764-3322 Puzzle by wordsearch .com

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Courier NEWS Vol 42 Num 20  

May 16, 2018 Edition

Courier NEWS Vol 42 Num 20  

May 16, 2018 Edition

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