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37 Volume 21 Number News from the Heart of Idaho: Camas, Lincoln, and Gooding County
Fairfield Salon Grand Opening Saturday, June 1st On the first of June, Fairfield will be the home of a new business at 415 Soldier Road (next to city hall). Mandi Kramer has been doing hair in the Boise area for the last 15 years. Now she is bringing that experience to Fairfield with hair styling for men, women, and children, including color and highlights. In addition, she offers facial waxing to help keep your face smooth and soft. Mandi plans to offer nail care along with the hair styling to keep you looking your best - gel overlay, manicures, and pedicures (coming soon). The Salon hours will be Wednesday through Saturday from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. Walk-ins are welcome, or make an appointment by calling 906-4490. As she settles in to her new adventure, be sure to stop by and say hello and welcome to our community. 1234567890123456789012345678901212 1234567890123456789012345678901212 1234567890123456789012345678901212 1234567890123456789012345678901212 1234567890123456789012345678901212 1234567890123456789012345678901212 1234567890123456789012345678901212 1234567890123456789012345678901212 1234567890123456789012345678901212 1234567890123456789012345678901212 1234567890123456789012345678901212 1234567890123456789012345678901212 1234567890123456789012345678901212 1234567890123456789012345678901212 1234567890123456789012345678901212 1234567890123456789012345678901212 1234567890123456789012345678901212 1234567890123456789012345678901212 1234567890123456789012345678901212 see results on page 8..... 1234567890123456789012345678901212
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Richfield Community Garden “Give a man a fish and you feed him for a day. Teach a man how to fish and you feed him and his family for a lifetime.” This simple concept has been used to fight hunger in many third world countries, and yet, America is rapidly becoming a place where we are in desperate need of this philosophy. Not long ago, I ran into a person who believed that corn came from a can. The idea that corn was a plant grown in vast fields, then processed into various products (including the can of creamed corn you find at the grocery store) was like science fiction to this person. Now before any of you laugh, consider this question, “When was the last time you ate corn (or anything else) that you planted in the ground and grew to maturity?” More importantly, have your children ever seen you grow something to eat? Pastor Jeffrey Rickman Here in rural America, too many of us take that idea for granted. We see agriculture all around us, but fewer and fewer of us are actually involved in the process of growing food. What’s more, it is quite probable that the farmer you see growing wheat has never made a loaf of bread in his entire life. So why is this important? There are many of our friends and neighbors who are struggling to put food on the table. If you listen to some, this is a money problem. Yet, growing a garden takes very little money. In fact (depending on your climate), it is possible to grow almost every thing a person needs on a quarter of an acre (100’x100’). Unfortunately (even if they have the land), most people don’t know how to garden any more. Fortunately, this is a skill that can be learned, and there are individuals who are willing to help you. The good folks at the Richfield Methodist Church have cleaned up the empty lot behind their church (3rd Street North & West Latah) to provide a place for the people of that community continued on page 7.....
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May 22, 2013
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NOTICES OF UPCOMING EVENTS & MEETINGS The Fairfield American Legion will hold a Memorial Day Service on Monday, May 27th, at Mountain View Cemetery. A luncheon will follow at the Legion Hall. Every one is invited to enjoy the meal and celebrate the memory of our soldiers. The Republican Central Committee will meet at noon on Thursday, May 30th at the Camas Senior Center. The general public is invited to attend this meeting in preperation for the State Central Committee Meeting to be held in MacCall in June. The Camas Soil Conservation District still has trees available, so if you missed the order date, you may still purchase trees. We have a variety of trees: fruit, spruces, poplars. Stop in today, purchase, and plant! Free blue spruce seedlings are still available as well. 403 Soldier Road Tue, Wed, Thur, 9 to Noon. Crafters & Vendors Wanted for the evenings of July 12th and July 13th at the Camas County Rodeo. Space is $20.00. For more information or an application, contact Barb McMurdo at 208-720-4457.
Thank You, We would like to take the opportunity to thank this wonderful community for your support over the past months. We were bestowed with so many gifts of food, card, visits, well wishes, and prayers. We can’t thank you all enough for helping us through this tough time, and hold you all in our hearts with the greatest admiration and love. Thank you again, The Smith Family -------------------------------------Thanks to everyone that supported the Freshman Class Flower Bulb fundraiser and the Freshman class Baked Potato dinner. We appreciate all the support that we have received from the community. Camas County Freshman Class
Health Fair Lab Work Today at the Camas Senior Center ----------------Especially for Sue - and ALL who love Chicken
Friday, May 24, at the Senior Center Chicken & Mashed Potatoes w/ Gravy, Veggies, Salad Bar Also... It’s Coming Right Up!
The Senior Center’s Annual Yard Sale Starts Saturday, June 8, along with a Delicious Breakfast Mark Your Calendar AND Please
Donate Your Extras To This Worthy Cause! Call Margaret—764-2334—for Pick-Up WE APPRECIATE ALL YOUR GREAT SUPPORT
Camas County/Fairfield Historical Society
Museum Schedule ~ Hours 11 to 4 May 27th (Monday) Memorial Day July 6th Saturday August 3rd (Saturday) County Fair September 2nd (Monday) Labor Day Special Exhibits for 2013:
New Painting of Old Soldier Town recreated from town descriptions and historical photos
Painting and Photo’s of Herman Severe his Mother Ovvie and his Model A Roadster Herman’s Roadster is in the Hailey Museum See Our Old Soldier Town exhibit on display at the Boise Museum for the 150th Essential Idaho Celebration The Camas County Historical Society is desperately seeking new members For information, please contact Tami Peck at 208-961-0426 Please Help our Community Preserve it’s History Thank you and please join us at the Museum
Summer Reading Program The Camas County Public Library is sponsoring a summer reading program for grades 1-4. The program runs June 4th - 25th on Tuesdays at 2:00 pm. Come on out and read!
Camp Host Needed For Baumgartner Campground FAIRFIELD, ID. . . .The Fairfield Ranger District is looking for someone who would like to spend the summer at beautiful Baumgartner Campground on the Fairfield Ranger District. This is a volunteer position serving as the Camp Host. You will need an RV and be willing to do minor cleaning chores as well as work with visitors to the campground to answer any questions. If you are interested in this exciting and fun opportunity please contact the Fairfield Ranger Station at 208-764-3202.
4 Wheeler Raffle $10 donation enters you in the Drawing to be held on July 26th at the Gooding County Fairgrounds. (need not be present to win) All money raised goes to:
Gooding Relay for Life Tickets available at:
Outback Trucking 116 3rd Ave. East - Gooding 208-934-5963
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Memorial Day Weekend in Shoshone Lincoln County History Days This year’s Lincoln County History Days will be held May 25th thru 27th on the Lincoln County Courthouse Lawn in Shoshone. There will be a wide range of exhibitors and displays from antique tractors, blacksmithing, and vintage automobiles, to simple household items, etc. There will also be a parade on Saturday, May 26th at 1 p.m. Registration forms for displays, vendors, and parade, can be picked up at 2nd Time Around Antique Mall or Sallis Back Porch Fabrics located in Shoshone, or by visiting the Historical Society website at www.lincolncountyhistorical.org.
Letter to the Editor To the Fairfield and Camas County Community: Last Wednesday, the Board of Directors of Southern Idaho Tourism had the privilege of meeting in Fairfield. We met in your library and were provided every consideration while in your community. In addition to conducting our normal business, we were excited that Kristi and Don Schiermeier of Soldier Mountain and Commissioner Barbara McMurdo joined us. They provided us with information and helped us to better understand the needs of your community. We will use this information and assist the community to serve your visitors and build the capacity of your tourism economy. After the meeting, some of the directors were able to stay and tour Centennial Marsh; for the birding enthusiasts, this was a special treat. The day ended with customer service training for the volunteers who donate their time and expertise to provide information to your visitors at the Caboose. We want to say a special thank you to Kathy Mennenga, a member of our Board of Directors, who coordinated all ofthe details for this meeting. Thank you again, we greatly appreciated your hospitality and the hard work the community offered to us and the visitors to the area. Warmest Regards, Debbie Dane, Executive Director Southern Idaho Tourism
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© “A Dog for All Seasons” a memoir by Patti Sherlock Whenever I read a story about animals, dogs in particular, I want to know how it ends. First because if there is abuse or a gut-wrenching story ahead, I just won’t read it. So knowing that A Dog for All Seasons is a memoir, tells me that Duncan was deeply loved and was already laid to rest. And that was my go-ahead to dive into the book. I discovered that we are free to read happily along about a great dog, a good family (once she got rid of bad George whom I wanted to hit in the head with a shovel several times before the author tried it), pick up some great dog training tips and a soak up lot of info about sheep, while enjoying the rhythm of farm life as it shifts from season to season. Then just skip the end. Simply turn out your light and snuggle down for a marvelous dream where life is eternal starring your own beloved mutts who can play the part of the brilliant and beautifully intuitive Duncan. Oi vey, what a dog!
A Lasting Legacy Have you seen the Legacy Book! That’s the legendary and jam-packed book about Camas history and profiles of pioneers, pioneer families and their descendants! The Camas Pioneer Association is looking into reprinting possibilities for this fascinating and long-out-of-print book, and would like to hear from people who would be interesting in buying one. Nothing scandalous in the Legacy Book, folks: all our reputations are safe! To express an interest or ask questions, email Sue Nelson at email@example.com
Dinner on the Dairy On Saturday, June 8, 2013, enjoy the beginning of the 10th annual Dinner on the Farm program put on by the Idaho State Department of Agriculture. The first event, Dinner on the Dairy, will take place at The Risk Barn Event Center on the Si-Ellen Dairy just north of Twin Falls beginning at 5:30 pm. Advance tickets are required and can be purchased at www.idahopreferred.com. For more event and ticket information, email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 332-8542. 401 Camas Avenue West
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May 22, 2013
Cup of Tee
Once again we are about to accept into the world a new group of citizens. These are our high school graduates. Many questions will be going through their heads. Where will I live? Where will I work? Will I have my friends? Should I go on to extended education? Will I marry? Will I get a different form of transportation? With the depressed economy, will I be able to move forward? How does the price of gas affect my decisions? Will family keep in touch? Most of these questions, and other factors involved, may be linked to the fear of the unknown. Fear is usually a condition that limits us from doing or achieving our fullest potential. Fear may keep us stalemated. My personal thought is to research what you fear or want to do, then be safe. From there, do whatever you were afraid of. Fear of the unknown has disappeared because you now have knowledge. Each and every graduate will want to hear words of wisdom at graduation. Why only at that time?? I guess because it is a transition time of life. As I sit here thinking, “Tee, what words of wisdom would you give new graduates?” I find it hard to put it just a few sentences. What I say may not be good ten years down the road. I am caught between old technology and the newer-bythe-day technology. For instances, if I were to say, “learn to use the rotary phone,” I might be thinking about how to properly use a party line and you might be thinking about using the internet. Three small words cover a lot of territory... travel, travel, travel. Your horizons and knowledge of different cultures expand greatly. It will give you appreciation of where you are or want to be. At some time in life, you won’t be able to travel at will. Be sure not to live saying, “I wish I could have gone there.” Opportunities open as you open more byways. As you travel, be sure to keep in touch with family. It will be very important to you, as well as to them. Family is still one of the strongest units. Start early on with goals - short term and long term. Goals will help you to stay focused without a lot of wasted time. Time is precious! Even a daily, monthly, or yearly planner will help organize good habits. Don’t sweat the small stuff. For work, life, and good social balance, understand how the financial system works. A dollar bill passes through many hands and processes before it is used up. No body really knows everything about the financial world, but it is sure handy to know what is yours, where yours is, and who is dealing with yours (and maybe even why). For this “Cup of Tee” I could go on to fill a pot full. But, instead, I want to welcome our new graduates into “the world.” If you can be spirit filled, healthy, wise and happy, you are on a good course.
May 22, 2013
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B I T U A R I E S
Clarice “Kitty” Jones Clarice “Kitty” Jones, 88, a resident of Hagerman, passed away Wednesday, May 15, 2013 at Safe Haven Homes of Wendell in Wendell. Kitty was born on June 16, 1924, in Custer City, Oklahoma to Rufus and Bertha Miller. She was raised and educated in Burbank, California. Kitty was a member of the Valley Baptist Church in Hagerman. She is survived by 2 daughters, Sarah Fine, of Hagerman, Idaho; and Traci Bunn, of Gooding, Idaho; 1 niece, Sharon Clinton, of Coos Bay, Oregon; 4 grandchildren, Robin Fine, of San Jose, California, Samuel Fine, of Springfield, Oregon, and Kyle Bunn, and Cody Bunn, both of Gooding, Idaho; and 2 greatgrandchildren, Anna Fine, and Lilly Fine, both of Springfield, Oregon. Kitty was preceded in death by her husband Ralph H. Jones. Private graveside inurnment services will be held at a later date at the Hagerman Cemetery in Hagerman. Arrangements are under the care and direction of Demaray Funeral Service – Gooding Chapel. Condolences may be sent to the family by visiting www.demarayfuneralservice.com.
Cynthia Connell Cynthia Jane Brannon-Connell, 50, a resident of north Shoshone, passed away on Sunday, May 19, 2013 at her home. Cindy was born on June 19, 1962 to Beverly and Charles Brannon. She is survived by: her husband, Rick Connell; her daughter, Sara Friel; sons, Chuck (Veronica) Winkler and Jacob and Jessie; grandchildren, Anthony, Jazzmon, and Damian Winkler and Daniel and Joseph Buscher; brothers, Carl, Mike and Dean. She was preceded in death by her parents and her brother, Chucky. A viewing for family members and friends will be held on Thursday, May 23, 2013, from 4 to 7 p.m. at Demaray’s Gooding Funeral Chapel (737 Main Street in Gooding). A graveside funeral service will be held on Friday, May 24, 2013 at 11 a.m. at the Shoshone Cemetery. Condolences may be shared with the family by visiting www.demarayfuneralservice.com.
DeLynn Smith DeLynn Smith, 95, passed away at the home of her daughter in Montrose, Colorado on May 4, 2013. DeLynn was born in Seymour, Texas on July 18, 1917 to George Porter Fancher and Fannye Myrtle Henson Fancher. She was raised on the Fancher ranch along with her sister Martha (Marfy). During those years she loved riding horses and herding cattle with her father. She longed to be a trick rider and eventually learned to ride standing in the saddle. DeLynn had fond memories of swimming, fishing, and picnicking at the creek that ran through their ranch. During her high school years she was a member of the pep squad and being 5’8", she was an asset to the basketball team. In her junior year the family moved to New Mexico and DeLynn graduated from Mosquero High School in Mosquero, New Mexico. She later attended New Mexico Normal University in Las Vegas, New Mexico in 1935-36. In 1937, DeLynn met Earl Smith who was from California but working for International Geophysics in Pecos, Texas. A year later on March 17, 1938, they were married in the First Baptist Church in El Paso, Texas. Upon leaving for their honeymoon, they dined in Almagordo, put a nickel in the juke box and played the song ‘Always.’ Thereafter they called this their wedding song. The newly married couple made their first home in the hill country of south Texas. DeLynn and Earl both loved to dance and never missed a Saturday night dance where the evening always ended with the ‘Tennessee Waltz.’ In 1939 Earl was transferred back to California where their daughter, Sue, was born in 1942 followed by their son, Dale, in 1944. After World War II, the Smith family settled in Bakersfield, California. Their second son, Edward, arrived in 1950. During the years her children were growing up, along with being a devoted mother and housewife, DeLynn was deeply involved in the Rosedale 4-H organization where she served as the leader for many of her children’s projects. She was also an active member of Redeemer Lutheran Church in Bakersfield. In 1986 DeLynn and Earl moved to Idaho to be near their children and grandchildren. They both enjoyed rock collecting and trout fishing with their grandchildren. DeLynn was active in Ruth and Naomi, Women’s Bible Study, and the American Cancer Society. She attended the Jerome Lutheran Church and the Fairfield Community Church. DeLynn was preceded in death by her husband Earl, her father, mother, and sister. She is survived by a daughter, Sue (Larry) Coe of Montrose, Colorado, son Dale (Sharon) Smith, son Edward (Sunnie) Smith of Fairfield, Idaho, seven grandchildren, and ten great grandchildren. DeLynn loved her family and cared deeply about their welfare. We are grateful that her suffering has come to an end and she can now rest peacefully in God’s heavenly care. A graveside service will be held at Mountain View Cemetery on June 1st. Memorials may be made to the American Cancer Society.
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Sunday Church Services Gooding Assembly of God (204 Montana) 10:30 a.m. First Baptist Church (504 Washington) 11 a.m. First Southern Baptist (2245 California) 11 a.m. Solid Rock Baptist (2148 Main Street) 9:45 a.m. St. Elizabethâ€™s Catholic (1515 California) 9 a.m. First Christian Church (334 4th Ave. W.) 9:45 a.m. Trinity Episcopal (125 7th Ave. W.) 11 a.m. Lutheran Calvary (21st & California) 1 p.m. United Methodist (805 Main Street) 11:15 a.m. Desert Hills Nazarene (129 6th Ave. W.) 9:45 a.m. Bliss Community (503 E. Hwy 30) 11 a.m.
Fairfield Community Church (617 Soldier Road) 11 a.m. Foothills Baptist Church (119 Poplar E.) 9:45 a.m. Immaculate Conception (201 Camas W.) 2nd Sunday Lighthouse Christian (213 Poderosa E.) 10 a.m.
LDS Dietrich - 181 S. 650 E. Fairfield - 400 Aluras W. Gooding - 1228 Main Street Shoshone - 507 N. Greenwood Richfield - 440 E Hyw 93
Shoshone First Baptist (205 East 5th) 9:45 a.m. Assembly of God (118 W. 4th) 10:30 a.m. St. Peterâ€™s Catholic (215 West B) Sat. at 5 p.m. Christ Episcopal (104 West B) 9 a.m. Oasis Christian Fellowship (310 E. 6th) 10 a.m. New Hope Lutheran (104 West B) 10:30 a.m. United Methodist Richfield (3rd & Latah) 8:30 a.m. Shoshone (2nd & West C) 10 a.m. Richfield Community (410 S. Main) 10 a.m.
May 22, 2013
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Gooding: Potluck Dinner w/ Fiddlers - May 18th Shoshone: Pancake Breakfast - May 18th Shoshone: NCMC Blood Draw - May 21st
Center & Thrift Shop Open: M W F (8 to 2) Home Delivery Available
Shoshone/Richfield 886-2369 / 487-2722 218 N Rail St. W / 130 S Main Lunch: 2.00 (2-9) $5.50 (10-59) $4.00 for those over 60 (Suggested Donation) Quilting & Exercise (Mon) Bingo Pinochle (Tue & Fri) Black out Bingo (Wed) Breakfast (8:00-10:00) 3rd Saturday of the Month -----------------------
Thursday, May 23 (Richfield) Ham Sandwich & Apple Pie Tuesday, May 28 (Shoshone) BBQ Pork & Baked Beans
Friday, May 24 & Monday, May 27 (Shoshone) (Richfield) Roast Beef w/ Rice & Gravy and...Birthday Cake Wednesday, May 29 (Shoshone) Submarine Sandwich, Potato Soup & Dessert
Gooding 934-5504 308 Senior Avenue Lunch Suggested Donation $3.50 Pool & Pinochle (Mon-Thur) Shuffleboard (Wed) Quilting (Thur) Duplicate Bridge (Fri) Breakfast (7:30-10) 1st Saturday of the Month BINGO: Every Friday at 7 p.m. Pinochle: 2nd & 4th Saturday
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Thursday, May 23 Ham & Party Potoatoes w/ Custard & Biscuits
Tuesday, May 28 Monday, May 27 Ham & Beans w/ Memorial Day Cornbread, Fruit & Salad no meal served Wednesday, May 29 Sweet & Sour Meatballs w/ Rice, Veggies, Salad & Dessert
Camas/Fairfield 764-2226 129 Willow Avenue West Lunch: 2.50 (2-9) $5.00 (10-59) $4.00 for those over 60 (Suggested Donation) Quilting ~ Pool ~ Puzzles ~ Board Games & Cards Art Class Thursday 10-1 ~~~ Game Day - 3rd Friday Breakfast Fundraiser (8-10) 2nd Saturday of the Month: by Donation Call by 10 a.m. for take out. Also, let us know if you have special dietary needs such as allergies to food.
Friday, May 24 Chicken & Mashed Potato w/ Veggies, Salad & Fruit
Tuesday, May 28 Ham, Broccoli & Potato Chowder
Wednesday, May 29 Sweet & Sour Meatballs w/ Rice, Veggies & Salad
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.
May 22, 2013
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...Community Garden continued to learn how to grow a small garden. Last weekend, members of that community spent the afternoon setting up plots that individuals or families can use - free of charge - to grow vegetables or fruits. A watering system has been set up to water the entire area. Local businesses donated fencing material and a small workshed was given to the project by The Woodshed to store gardening tools. To get you started, there are a large number of free organic seeds available, and two master gardeners will answer all your questions. If you would like to sign up for a plot or just want more information, please call Cheri at 208-481-0302, or Pastor Jeffrey Rickman at 208-308-5609.
----------To All Who Made It Possible The Richfield UMC Community Garden is pleased to be able to offer this service to our community of Richfield, which we love. However, we cannot take full credit for this garden. Many individuals contributed to what is before us today, without whom this project would not have succeeded. We would like to thank these people: Everett (Buck) Ward planted the seed of the idea for a garden, and he has been good for guidance along the way. After attending the UM Annual Conference last summer, Cheri Ross (UMC Lay Leader-Richfield) was motivated to start this ministry. Cheri, with the Pastor (Jeffrey Rickman) and his wife (Sara Beth Rickman), got busy writing grant applications and making plans. Our church put together a task force, which was committed to making this happen with or without funding. Glenn Branen, Tena Amy, Heather Ross, Joann Branen, and our core team divided the tasks and got the cost figures together. Glenn figured out the watering system, with all its legal and logistical hurdles. Tena acquired the fencing, including some that was donated by a local ranching couple, Jack and Marsha Freestone, who also offered their tractor to us a bit. The bulk of our fencing was given at cost or below by Mike Wallace and the Cenex of Shoshone. Leldon Miller of “the Woodshed” also donated one of his very nice sheds for our storage needs.
The Courier NEWS - 7 We applied for two grants. The first was from the Oregon— Idaho Annual Conference of the United Methodist Church. A “Bishop’s Task Force to Eliminate Hunger Grant” was rewarded to the church for the price of the pump and fencing. We also applied for a grant from an online company. We were not successful with that, but as a type of consolation prize we were given 100 packets of Organic Seeds, which will be given to planters in the new garden. In addition, we received two raised beds from Terran Jensen, a Kimberly youth who was working on his Eagle Scout requirements. These are placed for easy access to the senior housing for those folks to be able to garden with less stooping over or even being able to sit down and still garden. The whole purpose is to teach people that gardening can be fun and that they can grow their own nutritious food. We hope and pray that all who participate will be united in new social and community cooperation.
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May 22, 2013
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2013 Idaho State Track & Field Championship Results A t h l e t e s l i s t e d b y : E v e n t , C l a s s i f i c a t i o n , N a m e , S c h o o l , t i m e / d i s t a n c e , and placement
Brianna Chance Wendell 13.26 - 8th Samantha Lofgran North Valley 13.32 - 6th
100m Dash 2A Johnny Lancaster Wendell 11.41 - 4th 1A Kade Kress Hagerman 11.57 - 8th
Rachel Youren Gooding 2:24.28 - 3rd Ashley Bullers Gooding 2:27.72 - 4th Mesa Heimerdinger Dietrich 2:38.99 - 10th
200m Dash 2A Alex Swainston Wendell 23.46 - 6th 1A Braden Crist Hagerman 24.12 - 7th Brayden Robirds Shoshone 24.23 - 8th
Rachel Youren Gooding 5:21.28 - 2nd
Rachel Youren Gooding 11:35.07 - 2nd Madi Kelsey Wendell 12:09.14 - 6th
Relays: 4x200 Meter 4x400 Meter 800 Sprint Medley
3A 3A 1A 3A
Gooding 1:51.47 - 4th Gooding 4:20.36 - 4th Hagerman 4:29.56 - 5th Gooding 1:56.93 - 5th
Amanda Richards Gooding 4-08 - 9th Brittani Hulme Camas 4-06 - 8th Machaela Brauburger Richfield 4-06 - 8th
Risa Rushton Shoshone 8-00 - 5th
Stephanie Moore Camas 16-07.25 - 2nd
Stephanie Moore Camas 32-06 - 8th Hunter Rasmussen Camas 31-07.5 - 9th
Tia Conrad Gooding 40-00 - 2nd Hayley White Hagerman 34-02.25 - 5th Jessica Regnier Hagerman 31-04.5 - 10th
Taylor Gorringe Camas 110-04 - 4th
Jimâ€™s Tree Service Trimming ~ Removal ~ Stump Grinding
650-6849 Call anytime! Carved Bears Too!!! Ask about Fruit Tree Pruning
Steveâ€™s Quick Service
1600m Run 1A Jacob Dalton Dietrich 4:38.38 - 4th Aaron Rooney Hagerman 4:55.17 - 10th 3200m Run 3A Eliseo Garcia Gooding 10:06.43 - 6th 110m Hurdles
Groceries: Pop ~ Beer ~ Wine ~ Snacks ~ Hot Items
601 Main Street Gooding 934-4636 Locally owned and operated in Gooding for over 34 years.
Relays: 4x100 Meter 4x200 Meter 4x400 Meter 1600 Sprint Medley
Carter Flora Gooding 16.98 - 8th Hazen Weber Dietrich 17.15 - 6th 3A 1A 3A 1A 1A
Gooding 45.58 - 5th Hagerman 1:34.63 - 1st Gooding 3:37.93 - 6th Dietrich 3:41.96 - 6th Dietrich 3:46.08 - 4th Hagerman 3:50.46 - 5th
3A Kevin Arkoosh Gooding 5-08 - 3rd 2A Logan Bowers Wendell 5-10 - 6th 1A Issac Simon Camas 5-08 - 2nd Cody Douville Hagerman 5-08 - 5th
3A Josh Faulkner Gooding 12-00 - 7th
2A Johnny Lancaster Wendell 20-10.5 - 2nd 1A Clint Clifford Hagerman 19-09.25 - 4th Ricky Godin Richfield 18-10.5 - 10th
3A Fillberto Gallegos Gooding 41-04 - 8th 2A Johnny Lancaster Wendell 42-07 - 4th 1A Garrett Sant Shoshone 40-10 - 5th Colton Rasmussen Camas 40-00 - 9th Clint Clifford Hagerman 39-08 - 10th
3A Kyle Rison Gooding 43-06 - 10th 1A Kade Kress Hagerman 50-06.75 - 2nd Austin Funkhouser Hagerman 39-00.75 - 7th
3A Cody Bunn Gooding 120-08 - 10th 1A Jordon Robles Camas 141-09 - 4th
Complete Automotive Service Tune-ups ~ Oil Change ~ Alignments
1A Jacob Dalton Dietrich 2:06.51- 5th Davey Knowlton Camas 2:09.95 - 9th
Team Placements 3A Teams 2A Teams
4th 12th 25th 30th
7th Gooding Girls 49 16th Wendell Girls 4
13th Gooding Boys 18 13th Wendell Boys 24
1A Teams Hagerman Boys 17th Dietrich Boys 21st Camas County Boys 27th Shoshone Boys 29th 34th
Camas County Girls Hagerman Girls Shoshone Girls N. Valley Academy Girls Richfield Girls
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~ Legal Notices ~ Legal Notices ~ Legal Notices ~ Legal Notices ~ Board of the Camas County Commissioner Meetings PUBLIC NOTICE Brief Synopsis of the April 2013 Minutes
A complete set of minutes are on file at the Clerk’s Office April 8th, 2013 The meeting was called to order at 9:04 a.m. by Chairman Janet Croner. Also present were Commissioner Barb McMurdo, Commissioner Backstrom, Prosecuting Attorney Matt Pember, and Clerk Korri Blodgett. The Board reviewed the agenda. Commissioner Backstrom made a motion to approve the agenda as posted. Seconded by Commissioner McMurdo. Unanimous. The Board reviewed a request for 2012 funds from the Camas County Fair board to help reimburse the purchase of 2012 ribbons for the 4-H program. Commissioner Backstrom made a motion to approve the request for $300.00. Seconded by Commissioner McMurdo. Unanimous. The Board read the minutes of March 11th, 18th and 25th. Commissioner Backstrom made a motion to approve the minutes with the changes noted. Seconded by Commissioner McMurdo. Unanimous. The Board recessed for lunch at 12:05. Commissioner Backstrom made a motion to approve the bills as presented on the claims list. Seconded by Commissioner McMurdo. Unanimous. Commissioner McMurdo made a motion to pay the claim for Backstrom Lumber & Machine in the amount of $102.00 for parts. Seconded by Commissioner Croner. Commissioner Backstrom recused himself. The Board recessed at 3:15 p.m. April 15, 2013 The meeting was called to order at 9:05 a.m. by Chairman Janet Croner. Also present were Commissioner Barb McMurdo, Commissioner Ken Backstrom, Prosecuting Attorney Matt Pember, and Clerk Korri Blodgett. The Board reviewed the agenda. Commissioner Backstrom made a motion to approve the agenda as posted. Seconded by Commissioner McMurdo. Unanimous. The Board reviewed a request to appoint Mel Fletcher to the Cemetery District Board. Commissioner Backstrom made a motion to appoint Mel Fletcher to the Camas County Cemetery Board for District #3. Seconded by Commissioner McMurdo. Unanimous. Commissioner Backstrom made a motion to go into executive session pursuant to Idaho Code 67-2345(1)(b), to consider the evaluation of an employee. A roll call vote showed all in favor. The Board entered into executive session. The Board came out of executive session at 10:39. Commissioner Backstrom made a motion to approve the salary increase that was discussed on the Prosecuting Attorneys contract. Seconded by Commissioner McMurdo. Unanimous. The Board recessed at 12:17 p.m. April 22, 2013 The meeting was called to order at 9:06 a.m. by Chairman Janet Croner. Also present were Commissioner Backstrom, Commissioner McMurdo, and Clerk Korri Blodgett. The Board reviewed the agenda. Commissioner Backstrom made a motion to approve the agenda as presented with the removal of the Executive session at 9:30 a.m. Seconded by Commissioner McMurdo. Unanimous. The Board reviewed Resolution # 149, establishing a recommending committee for the purpose of finding grants and/or other funding sources and take community input on the County Park project. Com-
On Tuesday, June 11, 2013 the Fairfield Planning & Zoning Commission will hold a regular meeting beginning at 7:00p.m. at Fairfield City Hall located at 407 Soldier Road in Fairfield, ID. Items on the agenda include the following: Amendments to General Zoning Provisions: A public hearing for an amendment to Ordinance Number 223 Zoning Ordinance of the City of Fairfield, Idaho, Chapter 1 General Zoning Provisions, Section 1 through Section 11 by amending language to reference zoning ordinance, modifying Section 12 to reference “penalty imposed” to Administrative Title, provide a severability clause and effective date. Amendments to Zoning Definitions: A public hearing for an amendment to Ordinance Number 223 Zoning Ordinance of the City of Fairfield, Idaho, Chapter 2 Zoning Definitions by updating current definitions and adding definition for “Front Yard” and “Manufactured Home”, provide a severability clause and effective date. 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 above-noticed meeting should contact the City Office as soon as reasonably possible. Comments and questions prior to the hearing should be directed to the Planning and Zoning 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 THIS 19th DAY OF MAY, 2013 Megan Stelma, Planning & Zoning Administrator missioner McMurdo made a motion to approve Resolution # 149, with the changes noted. Seconded by Commissioner Backstrom. Unanimous. The Board reviewed an agreement from Intermountain Facility, providing for protective holds of the mentally ill. Commissioner McMurdo made a motion to approve and sign the agreement with Intermountain Facility. Seconded by Commissioner Backstrom. Unanimous. Assessor Lynn McGuire met with the Board to present a request for Wildlife Exemption from The Nature Conservancy. Commissioner Backstrom made a motion to approve the tax exemption for The Nature Conservancy. Seconded by Commissioner McMurdo. Unanimous. Pursuant to Idaho Code sections 31-1605 and 31-1606, the Board reviewed proposed Resolution # 150, relating to opening and amending the budget for fiscal year 2013. Commissioner McMurdo made a motion to approve Resolution # 150. Seconded by Commissioner Backstrom. A roll call vote showed all in favor. The Board adjourned at 11:57 a.m. Expenditure Fund Totals: Justice Fund $10,475.36 Current Expense Road & Bridge $44,572.93 District Court Revaluation $ 3.85 Health Landfill $ 360.00 Elections Ambulance $ 627.75 911 Comm. State Fund $15,608.62 City of Fairfield School Dist #121 $ 4,615.42 Cemetery District West Magic Fire Dist. $ 51.90 Weeds Camas Mosquito Dist. $ 79.35 Camas Co. Library Junior College Tuition $ 3,550.00 Waterways Fund April Payroll $ 111,446.99
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Idaho Weed Awareness Week
LEGAL NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING
Idaho noxious weeds officials have designated the week of May 20-25 as Idaho Weed Awareness Week in an effort to alert Idaho’s citizens about the serious impacts of noxious and invasive weeds and to spur them to take action against the unwanted invaders, state weed officials announced. Invasive noxious weeds are a serious threat to Idaho’s economy, ecology and agriculture and cause an estimated $300 million annually in damages. Despite typically spending about $20 million every year to battle noxious weeds, Idaho is losing thousands of acres annually to the 64 varieties of noxious weeds officials have identified across the state. “We want to encourage all Idaho citizens to take an active role in the battle to control noxious weeds in our state and to do their part to help battle noxious weeds not just during Idaho Weed Awareness Week but throughout the entire weed season,” said Roger Batt, Idaho Weed Awareness Campaign coordinator. “Idahoans have a really good tool to use in their efforts to control and eradicate noxious weeds by using the free Idaho Noxious Weed Guidebook,” Batt added. “It can be a lifesaver when it comes to telling the difference between noxious weeds and Idaho’s native vegetation. The book is 115 pages of color photos and indepth information to help Idahoans identify the 64 kinds of noxious weeds, and then a wealth of data about things they can do to control them.” You can get a free copy of the book by going to the Idaho Weed Awareness website at www.idahoweedawareness.com or by calling the Idaho Weed Awareness hotline at 1-866-IDWEEDS.
Proposed Budget for Camas County Cemetery District There will be a public hearing at 3:30 p.m. on Thursday, June 6, 2013, at the Sandwiched Inn. A copy of the proposed budget is available for inspection at the Sandwiched Inn during business hours. Camas County Proposed Cemetery Budget 2013-2014 Estimated Revenue $ 14,205.45 Estimated Expenditures Office Supplies $ 109.27 Legal Publication $ 218.54 Insurance $ 655.64 Maintenance Contract $ 8,741.82 Surveying $ 2,731.82 Manitenance Materials $ 1,639.09 Miscellaneous $ 109.27 Total Expense $ 14,205.45 Loan No. xxxxxx7498 T.S. No. 1248628-37 Parcel No. f0050004018ba NOTICE OF TRUSTEE’S SALE On September 12, 2013, at the hour of 2:00pm, of said day, at On the front steps of the camas county courthouse 501, Soldier Road, Fairfield, Idaho, First American Title Insurance Company, as trustee, will sell at public auction, to the highest bidder, for cash, cashier’s check drawn on a State or National Bank, a check drawn by a State or Federal Credit Union, or a check drawn by a State or Federal Savings and Loan Association, Savings Association, or Savings Bank, all payable at the time of sale, the following described real property, situated in the County of Camas, state of Idaho, and described as follows, to wit: The east 67 feet of lots 18, 19, 20, 21 and 22, in block 4 of fairfield townsite, Camas county, idaho, as the same is shown on the official plat therefore located in the office of the county recorder of said county. Commonly known as 101 Alturas Avenue West Fairfield Id 83327. Said sale will be made without covenant or warranty, express or implied, regarding title, possession or encumbrances to satisfy the obligation secured by and pursuant to the power of sale conferred in the Deed of Trust executed by Rodney Shane Harris An Unmarried Man as Grantor, to Gooding Title and Escrow, as Trustee, for the benefit and security of Mortgage Electronic Registration Systems, Inc., (“mers”) As Nominee For The Mortgage Co-op, A Utah Corporation, Its Successors and Assigns as Beneficiary, recorded February 17, 2005, as Instrument No. 78226, Mortgage records of Camas County, Idaho. 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 this sale is to be made is: Failure to pay the monthly payment due august 1, 2009 of principal, interest and impounds and subsequent installments due thereafter; plus late charges; together with all subsequent sums advanced by beneficiary pursuant to the terms and conditions of said deed of trust. The estimated balance owing as of this date on the obligation secured by said deed of trust is $105,321.67, including interest, costs and expenses actually incurred in enforcing the obligation thereunder or in this sale, and trustee’s fees and/or reasonable attorney’s fees as authorized in the promissory note secured by the aforementioned Deed of Trust. First American Title Insurance Company C/o Cal-western Reconveyance Corporation P.O. Box 22004 El Cajon Ca 92022-9004 (800)546-1531 Dated: May 07, 2013 Signature/By First American Title Insurance Company. R-430466 published on 5/15, 5/22, 5/29 & 6/05, 2013
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Employment Help Wanted: The Camas County Public Library has a part-time position open. Approximately 9 hours per week. Please bring a resume to the library, or call 764-2553 for more information. Camas County School District is seeking applications for the position of Boy’s Basketball Coach. Interested parties may make application by contacting Wendy Strickler in the school district office at 610 Soldier Road, by phone at 764-2625 or by email at email@example.com. P.O. Box 370 ~ Fairfield, Idaho 83327 The Fairfield Ranger District is looking for someone who would like to spend the summer at beautiful Baumgartner Campground on the Fairfield Ranger District. This is a volunteer position serving as the Camp Host. You will need an RV and be willing to do minor cleaning chores as well as work with visitors to the campground to answer any questions. If you are interested in this exciting and fun opportunity please contact the Fairfield Ranger Station at 208-764-3202.
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FREE TREES! Spruce, Aspen,Cherry all 6' +. You spade and haul. See at 314 W Sage Ave Fairfield. Call Susie for details 481-0743 Firewood for Sale: Now taking pre-orders for mix-species, full length logs delivered by truck, approx 15 cord. Also, rough-sawn lumber, any size. Call 208-921-6493. Aspen Trees For Sale! 20'-25' aspen trees. Prices range from $60-$80 depending on tree size. Will be ready to pick up by the end of this week! Please call Dallas at 764-2121 or 539-5900! Gooding House for Sale: 3 bed, 2 bath, 2000 sq feet plus 2-car garage and large storage shed. Wonderful family room, underground sprinklers, vinyl fencing, new windows, central air heating w/heat pump. 821 Michigan Street, Gooding. Call 490-6405 or 934-5327. House for Sale or Rent in Fairfield 3 Bed, 2 Bath, 1500 Sq Ft Newer home in subdivision. Wood for wood stove already split, stacked and ready for burning . Call for pricing and details, call Kevin at (208) 308-3345.
Services Need someone to help around the house or someone to watch over your elderly relative? Maybe you need a break. 22 years of medical experience. Call Becki Lee at 431-5904. Need Yard Work Done? Call Boyd Stevens at 934-5288. Lawn mowing, weed eating, leaves raked. Weekly rate available.
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Looking for scrap metal. Call Thomas Davis at 764-2484.
Please save your good items for the Camas Senior Center Yard Sale, to be held the first part of June. We will pick up and store anything you wish to donate - large or small - just call Margaret Brackenbury at 764-2334. After the sale, we will donate all the extra clothing to the Boise Rescue Mission (which is requesting clothing this year) and the other items to the D.I. Pod. Thanks for your help
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. Open 7 days a week.
Free! Wood Chips... You Haul. Call Koonce Farm, 727-7115
Wanted Looking for anyone who may have an old picture of: Cluer’s Furniture Store and/or Barkley’s Pharmacy when they were business’s in old Soldier Town. Please call Tami at 961-0426, leave a message. Wanted: Farm Ground to Purchase. Send inquires to: FGP, c/o the Courier, P.O. Box 339 Fairfield, Idaho 83327. The Camas County Pre-School is looking for donations for the following: Baby Swings, walkers, pack n’ plays/portable cribs, stationary jumpers. Your help would be greatly appreciated!!
For Rent 1bed/ 1bath house. W/D. Woodstove and Gas heat. Near Park and downtown Fairfield. Year lease. $500 + Deposit. 208-727-7159 FOR RENT - 3 bdrm/1 bath house with woodstove and one car garage on Camas Ave W by park. $525 a month with water/sewer included. Has washer/dryer and frig/stove. 539-1328 328 Sage Ave W. Fairfield –3 Bedroom 2 Bath home with 1 car garage. Recent upgrades and improvements, newer roof, newer carpet, great room, bath off master suite, wood fireplace in living room, electric heat, large fenced lot, and RV parking. $625/month plus deposit Pets Negotiable View the virtual tour at: http://www.tourfactory.com/800967 Please call Ellen at 208-734-1900.
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2BR/ w/ loft Fairfield House for rent. Next to park and downtown. Prefer single and no pets. Woodstove. Washer/dryer. $600 1st/last/ deposit. Call 208-727-7159
The Camas County School District has a lost wedding ring. Also, there are other small items as well as many clothes. Office hours are 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. through May 22nd.
3 bed, 2 bath house in nice neighborhood. Stove, fridge, dishwasher, 2 car garage, porch, big yard, on Alturas West. Avail. 5/1. $650.00 mo. No utilities incl. Requires 1st and last mo. rent. Call Karen @ 764-2906.
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Friday, May 24 at 7:00 p.m. Baccalaureate ~ Comm. Church ~~~~~ Saturday, May 25th at 3:00 p.m. Camas County High School