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Lily Days & Trappers

This weekend, the Camas Chamber of Commerce will host the annual Camas Prairie Homecoming. Starting on Saturday, kids can FISH FOR FREE at the 7th Annual Kids Fishing Derby. Bring your youngin’s out to Kids Pond (one mile east of Fairfield, just north of Highway 20) from 8 to 11 a.m. for some great fun and prizes (registration begins at 7 a.m.). On Saturday afternoon in the City Park there will food vendors, arts & crafts, a Mariachi Band, live music with Sweet Country Air, and inflatables for the kids to enjoy. And... don’t forget to visit the Senior Center Yard Sale, or the Camas County Museum. On Sunday, the chamber will serve a Community Breakfast in the Park from 8 to 11 a.m. Due to unforeseen circumstances, the Shoshone/Bannock Tribes WILL NOT be here this year. However, the inflatables will still be in the park. In a separate event, the Idaho Trappers Association (ITA) will be holding their 2014 Rendezvous eight miles north of Fairfield on Friday, Saturday, and Sunday. This event will include food, camping, games, prizes, trapping demonstrations, and a potluck dinner on Saturday evening. The Idaho Trappers

Association was founded in 1979 to promote the conservation of an important natural resource. To that end, they host a number of educational programs to teach young trappers responsible harvesting and management, and to better educate the public on the consumptive use of wild animals as a necessary wildlife management tool.

Idaho’s War on Noxious Weeds

The week before Memorial Day is designated as Weed Awareness Week in the State of Idaho, but weeds are a problem all year long. Weed management areas have been set up across Idaho to address noxious plants on public property and to as-

sist private landowner bring weeds under control. With 65 plants listed as noxious weeds in the state, it is a constant battle to identify problems, determine the aproporiate treatment, and to safely apply chemicals and/or biological agents.

If you need help controling weeds or you see a noxious plant, contact your local weed management. In Camas County, contact Terry Lee at 764-3512. In Gooding and Lincoln counties, contact Terry Ruby at 934-5569.

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Fairfield to Lower Building Fees Next Thursday, June 12th, the City of Fairfield will be considering an ammendment to building permit fees. Specifically, the council wants to add a special use permit for signs. Currently, signs requiring a special use permit are treated the same as buildings and/or other developments with a SUP fee of $300. The ammendment will make the SUP fee for signs $150 unless additional meeting/notices are needed. Also at that meeting, the City Council will be reducing building permit fees to bring Fairfield more in line with surrounding communities. Right now, the building fees on a 1500 square foot building are about $1900. The new fee schedule will bring that figure down to $1100 to $1200. One of the main purposes of this fee reduction is to encourage new constructon within the city, especially businesses. While the economy is giving us mixed signals, the Fairfield City Council desires to remove any roadblocks to bringing jobs and families to that community.


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Engagement Announcement

Notices of Upcoming Events & Meetings

Camas County Historical Society

The Camas County Museum will open this Saturday, June 7th, from 10 to 2 as part of the Camas Prairie Homecoming. Stop by and enjoy some great displays.

Camas Farmers Market!

The first market day at the Steam Engine Park will be this Friday, June 6th, from noon til they go home. Drop by. Pick up some plants or honey or whatever else might be available. Support your farmers market.

Cemetery Meeting:

The Camas County Cemetery District will be meeting at the Mountain View Cemetery this Thursday, June 5th, at 3:30 p.m. Anyone can attend.

Gooding Seniors & Fiddlers Inc. Saturday June 7th

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Larry & Becki Lee of Fairfield announce the engagement of their son, Eric Higbee, to Meagan Cole, daughter of Kelly & Lisa Cole of Laramie, Wyoming. Bride-to-be Meagan works as a speech language pathologist at St. Luke’s MVRMC in Twin Falls. Eric works for Southern Idaho Solid Waste in the field of landfill operator, waste diversion, landfill gas management, and environmental compliance. He is pursuing a degree in chemical engineering at CSI. Cole & Higbee plan to marry on June 7th, 2014, at the St. Lawrence Catholic Church in Laramie, Wyoming.

Gooding Seniors and Fiddlers Inc. are coming together once again this Saturday, June 7th, for a Potluck Dinner, Show and Dance. There will be great door prizes and lots Gooding Library Summer Programs of fun. Bring a cover dish - donations are welcome. Last year the Gooding Library had over 400 participants 6:00 p.m. at the Gooding Senior Center in their Summer programs. Programs include:

Donations Wanted:

The Wendell Libray is asking for donations of New & gently used items for their Rummage Sale Fundraiser to be held on June 13th and 14th. Bring your clean items to the Library (375 1st Ave. E.) or call 536-6195 to arrange a pick-up. All proceeds go towords the new Wendell Library. Don’t forget, the Wendell Library’s Used Book Store is open on Fridays from 1 to 4 p.m.

Soldier Mountain’s Second Annual

Summerfest!

What Better Way To Kick Off The Summer Solctice?! Friday, June 20th starting at 6 p.m. Music & Spagetti Dinner Saturday, June 21st It Will Be All Day Music On The Mountain

>Reading Program: Tue & Thur at 10:00 a.m. >Preschool Storytime: Weds at 10:30 a.m. >Summer Storytime at the East Side Park - Wed 12:30 >Tween/Teen Time: Tuesdays at 6:30 p.m. >Educational Classes, Workshops, and much more...

You can help with donations of prizes and money for materials/treats, or by sharing your talents (science, engineering, astronomy, and other MAKER type activities. Call 934-4089 for information and questions.

Let’s make Reading an Exciting Adventure!

CAMAS COUNTY FAIRBOARD

FUNDRAISER YARD SALE BASKET SILENT AUCTION Saturday, June 7th at the 4-H Park

Noon to 6:00 p.m. Drop by the Fairboard booth to bid on one of their great baskets and browse the yard sale. Also check out locally grown tomato, cabbage and pepper plants for sale, and help the fairboard raise money for the

2014 CAMAS COUNTY FAIR JULY 31st – AUGUST 3rd


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Magic Valley Dairy Days June 12th, 13th & 14th ~ Wendell City Park

“Party til the Cows Come Home!� The Annual Magic Valley Dairy Days will kick off next Thursday, June 12th, with Family Night. Starting at 6 p.m. the carnival will be offering discounts while Gary and Cindy Braun provide live music until 9 p.m. On Friday, Sweet County Air will be providing the music begining at 6 p.m. On Saturday, the Wendell Senior Citizens will be serving breakfast in the City Park from 7 to 10 a.m. From 8 to 4 head over to the soccer field on 1st Avenue East and enjoy some of the very best in old cars at the Show & Shine Car Show. At 10:30 on Saturday morning, the parade will state rolling down from North Idaho Street (winners will be announced at 2 p.m. in the park). From noon to 12:45 students from Trina Ciocca’s Uptown Dance Studio will perform on stage, followed by the Barking Owls at 1 p.m. who will serve up an original blend of pop, folk, rock, country, and bluegrass music. Last, but not least, don’t head home without participating in (or watching) the FFA’s Cow Patty Bingo at 3 p.m. on the northeast corner of the park. For parade information, contact Cindy Scott at 536-1547. For vendor information, contact Paul Simerly at Simerly’s or Terrell Williams at 316-7879.

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Shoshone Showhouse June 6, 7 & 9 Show starts at 7:00 p.m. each night. Tickets $3 (seniors $1) Monday Night Special: Kids 12 & under $1 (with parents)

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SOS Fundraiser Day

Saturday, June 14th in Pine/Featherville On Saturday, June 14th, you are invited to spend the day in the Pine/Featherville area riding your motorcycle, ATV, or just enjoying the fresh mountain air. Sign up for the run is at the Pine Resort from 9:30 to 11 a.m. with games and prizes at every stop, and ending at the Boise River Senior Center for a Prime Rib dinner and raffle auction starting at 4 p.m. Tickets are $25 and include a chance to win $100 or $200 cash. Funds go to help support the Senior Center. For more information, call Craig Laughlin at 208-837-4863.

  

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Edward G. Ryan, OD

Ed Ryan passed away on Memorial Day, Monday, May 26, 2014, at North Canyon Medical Center. He was born in Gooding, Idaho on September 22, 1927, the third child of Mike and Isabel Ryan. Ed attended schools in Gooding and was active in football and basketball. He graduated from Gooding High School and served in the US Navy during World War II. He graduated from the University of Idaho with a Bachelor of Science degree, and then attended Optometry School at Pacific University in Oregon where he graduated with a Doctor of Optometry degree. In 1957, Ed opened his Optometry office in Gooding, where he practiced for 52 years. He was president of the Idaho Optometric Association. He married Cheryl Hendricksen and they had four children: Julie in Laguna Niguel, California; Jeanie in Seattle, Washington; Nancy in Kuna, Idaho; and Ben in South Lake Tahoe, Nevada. Cheryl passed away in 1980. Ed married Carol Jacobson but they later parted ways. Ed was very active in the Voluntary Optometrists for Service to Humanity (VOSH) organization. VOSH

provides free eye care and donates eyeglasses in foreign countries where either the people are too poor or there are no services available. Ed made 18 volunteer trips with VOSH over the course of 20 years to foreign countries in Central and South America, Europe and Asia. After retiring in 2005, Ed enjoyed traveling and photography with his very good friend, Barbara Child from Boise, Idaho. Ed followed all his passions, the evidence of which can be found throughout his home. There are boxes of eyeglass frames, where through his love of Optometry he gave so much to others. His love of photography, which through his eyes captured the most beautiful moments of his life, including the most beautiful things God created. His pictures are filled with scenery from traveling the United States and from visiting several countries. They are of wildlife and, of course, his family. He refused to leave the town he loved and died surrounded by family. What a fitting day to die for this Veteran. He will be greeted in Heaven by his parents, his brother Dick, sister Ruth and wife Cheryl. He will be greatly missed by his children, his six grandchildren, his friend Barb, his pal Maria and his four-legged companion, Maggie. Edâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s wish is to be cremated and his ashes will be placed alongside his wife, Cheryl, in Elmwood Cemetery in Gooding. There will be no funeral service. A Casual Open House is planned for Sunday, June 22, 2014, from 2 to 5 p.m. at the Gooding Golf Course Country Club (1951 Highway 26) in Gooding. Everyone is invited to attend. Arrangements are under the care and direction of Demaray Funeral Service â&#x20AC;&#x201C; Gooding Chapel. Condolences and memories may be shared with the family by visiting the obituary link at www.demarayfuneralservice.com

service notice Steve Stewart Memorial

An informal Memorial/Celebration of Life for Steve Stewart on June 7th at 1 p.m. at the Stewart Cabin North of Fairfield. Steve wanted his family and friends to just get together, share stories, and have a good time. To get to the cabin, signs will be posted along the way after turning off onto the Wells Summit road. The cabin is about 3-4 miles after the turn off. Alan and Mark Stewart families


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Vacation Bible School

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June 9th-13th ~ 9 a.m. to 12 noon at the Community Church in Fairfield

Starting next Monday, kids 3 yrs (potty trained) through those who are entering 6th grade are invited to join this year’s VBS at the Community Church. Sign up online @ http://answersvbs.com/vbs/ffcc

Ignite Youth Group

Older students (6th grade thru high school) are invited to join the fun at the City Park from 6:30 to 8:30 p.m. (weather permitting). This is a FREE program.

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“Gooding Remembers Its Veterans”

Entombed in the Elmwood Cemetary of Gooding, Idaho lay over 600 Veterans who faithfully served their country when it needed them most. These veterans, now resting after their labors in life, served in every war dating back to the Civil War. To commemorate their service and sacrifice for Memorial Day, the VFW and American Legion of Gooding along with many community members, faithfully place crosses and American flags on each grave every year. Old and young unite from every profession and walk of life for a brief time to honor our universal American Heritage. During this time of reflection, tears are shed and memories shared of the many who gave their all so that the citizens of a small town in Idaho can live according to the dictates of their own consciences. The hundreds of waving flags stand as a symbol that even though these veterans are no longer walking with us in life, their service will never be forgotten.


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Gooding Class of 1949 Western Heritage

The Gooding High School Class of 1949 will be holding its 65th class reunion at the Gooding Country Club on July 12, 2014. They have been unable to locate 10 classmates who graduated that year and would appreciate a contact with any classmate they unable to find. Please contact: Gordon Eisinger 934-4565, Donald Walbrecht 5872266, Gloria (Manship) Shoup 934-5617, or Dennis Tate 406-549-2855.

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

Fairfield 764-2226 (129 Willow Avenue West)

Lunch: 2.50 (2-9) $5 (10-59) $4 over 60 (suggested) Breakfast: (8 to 10) 2nd Saturday of the Month Call by 10 a.m. for take out. Also, please let the Center know if you have any special dietary needs such as allergies to food. -------------------------Friday, June 6 Fried Chicken & Potatoes Tuesday, June 10 Baked Lasagna & Garlic Bread Wednesday, June 11 Tuna Casserole & Fresh Rolls

Ranch Rodeo

The Western Heritage Ranch Rodeo is coming up soon! It will be held Friday, June 20 and Saturday, June 21. The rodeo begins at 6 p.m. on both Friday and Saturday nights. On Saturday, there will also be a Draft Horse Show at 10:00 a.m. and a Stick Horse Rodeo at 5:00 p.m. The weekend will conclude with a Working Stock Dog competition at 8:00 a.m. Sunday morning. The rodeo is produced by community volunteers and is a fundraiser for building and grounds improvements at the fairgrounds. The concession stand is a fundraiser for the Gooding Leader’s Council and goes to scholar-ships for 4-H members to attend various 4-H events. 4-H does have responsibilities at this rodeo. Each 4-H Club has been asked to help during the rodeo. Assignments are listed in the June 4-H Spotlight newsletter, you can contact your club leader. If your club has not been assigned, please contact the Extension office - they still have places that need help. 4-H members have been asked wear their green 4-H shirts if they have them, or a green t-shirt.

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, June 5 Turkey & Mashed Potatoes Monday, June 9 Potato Bar Tuesday, June 10 Taco Bar w/ Fruit & Dessert Wednesday, June 11 Spaghetti & Garlic Bread

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Students at Camas School really enjoyed their latest project... Teen Tech Week (TTW). Because of their participation in the April Teen Tech Week, they were awarded Snap Circuit boards During the last month of school there were around 30 students in the library before and after school or during their free time working on the circuit boards and learning more about electronics. It was delightful for all the teachers involved as well. “Electronics Snap Circuits Jr. Projects Board” challenge students with 101 different projects to master. the Camas library was one of only 26 Idaho libraries to participate in the TTW celebration. Cale Homer and Whitnee Hurless made Teen Technology Week Robot Badges for the top elementary K-5 readers: Hannah Swenson, Dennis Paytas, Chad Ruther-ford, Mason Saeger, Tim Pine, Aiden Freeman, Penny Finder, Emmett Palan, Nolan Wolf, Laura Thompson, Acelyn Wilson, Reagan Ballard, Ashly Botz, Bria Fros-tenson, Maddie Kirkaldie, Rayann Martin, Samantha McFadyen, and Chloe Ballard.


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Relay For Life

What a great Poker Run we had on Saturday! We had 55 classic cars and motorcycles that covered about 75 miles through mostly Gooding County and ending back at the County fairgrounds to watch the movie American Graffiti. We are having a huge Yard Sale on Saturday, June 7th from 8 am to 3 p.m. in front of Land Title & Escrow (706 Main Street in Gooding) to raise money for the 2nd Annual Gooding County Relay for Life to take place on June 13th and 14th at the Gooding County fairgrounds. If you have items to donate for the yard sale, please contact Susan Bolton at 934-8477. Some of the 21 Relay teams will be raising money for their teams Each team will need to oversee their own booths. Along with yard sale items there could be baked goods and souvenirs of this year’s Relay matching our theme of “Cruisin’ 4 A Cure”. EVERY FAMILY THAT HAS BEEN TOUCHED BY CANCER IS INVITED TO THE 2nd ANNUAL GOODING COUNTY RELAY FOR LIFE. All events will take place at the Gooding County fairgrounds in Gooding. There’s lots planned for the evening of Friday, June 13th, beginning at 7 p.m. so bring your favorite lawn chair and plan on watching the actvites. Relay for Life is a team event designed to walk laps to CELEBRATE our local cancer survivors and caretakers. We walk to REMEMBER those family members and friends that we have lost to cancer. We have 21 teams, each with around 10-12 people who have set a monetary goal to help with cancer awareness and research. The highlight of the evening will be at 7 p.m. when the Celebra#on Ceremony begins, where the first lap is dedicated to our Survivors and Caretakers along with a live aucton of the handprint quilts that were made from the survivor handprints from last year’s event. Then at 10 p.m. all the luminaria bags will have a candle lit and the fairground lights will be turned off. We will then walk in silence by the light of the luminarias in remembrance of those we have lost to cancer. In each luminaria will be a canned food item to hold the bags in place and will then be given to Helping Hearts and Hands to add to their food bank. EVERYONE IS INVITED!

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CSI: College For Kids

What is a Hero?

Students entering the sixth grade are invited to write an essay entitled, “What is a Hero?”

Tennis Camp for Kids Tennis is a fun game that you can play your whole life. At this camp you’ll practice basic forehand, backhand, serving and volleying. You’ll also learn how to keep score. Please bring your racket to class; balls will be provided. Let’s hit the courts!  June 9 to 13 from 6 to 8 p.m. at Gooding H.S. Tennis Courts. Open to grades K thru 8. Instructor: Joyce Sage. Fee: $45

There is no entry fee and the winner will receive $50. The contest is sponsored by River St. Press in conjunction with the release of its new children’s book, “Billie Neville Takes a Leap” by Bonnie Dodge and Patricia Santos Marcantonio. Ten-year-old Billie wants to be a daredevil, just like her hero Evel Knievel. She also wants a best friend. Riding “the best bike in the whole world,” Billie’s desperate to enter a bike jumping contest with three boys named The Meanies and show them her cool skills. In the meantime, she also enters an essay contest in hopes of meeting Knievel. When the famous daredevil comes to Twin Falls to jump the Snake River Canyon, Billie learns she has to be a friend to make friends, and that not all heroes have to soar over canyons. The River St. Press contest is open to any student who will be in the sixth grade by September 2014. Essays must be typed or printed, and no longer than 400 words. They must include the entrant’s name and telephone number, and the name of the school the writer attends. The entry deadline is August 15th. Entrants can email their essays to riverstpress@outlook.com or mail them to River St. Press, P.O. Box 5073, Twin Falls, ID 83303. For more information, got the River St. Press website, riverstpress.com.

 

Spanish for Niños ¡Hola! Join in la diversión—the fun—in this immersion Spanish class. You’ll sing, you’ll draw, you’ll play games, and all the while you’ll be learning Spanish. The class is taught in Spanish by native Spanish speakers and instructor Jeny Black-Pavkov, who will guide you in listening to and speaking everyday Spanish words and phrases, including colors, numbers, animals, body parts, common household items, action words, and asking and answering questions. If you’ve taken this class before, there will be new vocabulary, new games, more speaking opportunities, and more fun! June 23 to 27 (*New dates*) from 9 to 11:30 a.m. at the North Side Center. Open to ages 7 to 12. Instructor: Jenyfer Black-Pavkov. Fee: $50 CSI at CSI A crime has occurred at CSI—and you can be a Crime Scene Investigator! Help us find the clues to put the pieces of the crime scene together. You’ll lift fingerprints; photograph, measure and sketch the crime scene; use a blue light to discover blood and fibers; and more. Wednesday, June 25th from 10 a.m. to noon at the North Side Center. Open to ages 9 to 12. Instructor: Det. Sjuni Bunderson. Fee: $15 Summer Nature Crafts Keep your summer fun rolling with nature crafts that you will make and take home with you for long-lasting memories. Projects include: Plaster of Paris Nature Impression: Create and paint imprints in plaster using leaves, twigs, pine cones, and other gifts from nature; Mosaic Trivet: Make your own mosaic trivet using your imagination, beans, peas, lentils, rice and pasta; Nature Painted T-shirt: Use objects, paint and stencils to create your very own wearable art—Please bring a solid white tshirt to class; Sand Painting:  Use colored sand to “paint” beautiful artwork; and Pinecone Bird Feeder:  Fill pinecones with peanut butter and bird seed to create a tasty hanging feeder for your feathered friends. All supplies except T-shirt included in course fee. June 30 to July 3 from 9 to 10:30 a.m. at the North Side Center. Open to ages 7 to 12. Instructor: Kate Alton. Fee: $40 Registration deadline Wed., June 25 CSI Science Camp 2014: G.A.M.E.S. Great Adventures in Math, Engineering, and Science means one thing - FUN!  Learn principles of science and math, through

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demonstrations, hands-on activities, and games. July 29 to 31 from 2 to 4 p.m. at the North Side Center. Open to ages 7 to 12. Instructor: Jennifer Patterson. Fee $30 Yoga for Kids Take all that boundless physical energy you have and focus it into yoga postures and movements. You’ll develop flexibility and balance and discover how breathing and body awareness can help you become your best, both physically and mentally. Wear comfortable clothing and get ready to s-t-r-e-t-c-h. July 7 to 18 from 9 to 9:45 a.m. at the North Side Center. Open to ages 6 to 11. Instructor: Michele Daubert. Fee: $35  

Minecraft© Camp Join in the first-ever, interactive Minecraft© camp experience CSI has ever offered.  Participants will explore, build, and create amazing worlds, solve problems, and complete quests while collaborating with other players and gaming counselors. August 12 to 14 from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. at the North Side Center. Open to grades 4th thru 9th. $90 fee includes Lunch


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I-84 Ramp Closures at Bliss

Getting on and off Interstate 84 in Bliss will be different for some travelers beginning today (Monday, June 2) with the closure of two ramps at the east Bliss/U.S. 26 interchange, the Idaho Transportation Department announced. The ramps will be closed for the next two months for a construction project immediately west of the interchange. The westbound entry ramp and the eastbound exit ramp at Exit 141 will be closed and traffic will be detoured onto the I-84 Business Loop to enter and exit the interstate at the west Bliss/Pioneer Road interchange at Exit 137. The ramp closure is being instituted for safety of the traveling public and to eliminate conflicts through the construction zone near Exit 141. Work to resurface the two railroad overpass bridges, near the east Bliss interchange, started on May 27 with traffic reduced to one lane in each direction through the work zone. The close proximity of the on- and off-ramps, and short area for merging traffic, led to a handful of vehicle crashes since the beginning of work. ITD will review the traffic control plan and decide if the ramps can safely be reopened during the second phase of construction, expected to begin in late July.

Camas Library Summer Reading Programs

The Camas County Public Library will be holding a special summer reading program every Tuesday in June from 2-3 p.m. at the library. The suggested age of children to attend is for those that have finished K., 1st , 2nd, and 3rd grade. Children will have the opportunity to listen to stories and have fun projects to work on. A preschool age story time will also begin in June at the library. This program that begins in June will run through the end of summer. It will be held on Thursdays beginning at 10:30 a.m. and last about one hour.

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Legal Notices ~ Legal Notices ~ Legal Notices

Idaho Unclaimed Property

The Idaho Unclaimed Property Program posts an updated list of Idaho Unclaimed Property owners on the internet daily. This online list can be viewed at sto.idaho. gov(click on “Unclaimed Property”). Anyone without Internet access can view the list on computers at most public libraries. Unclaimed Property consists of abandoned bank accounts, forgotten refund checks, utility deposits, gift certificates, and more.

NOTICE OF STATE TIMBER SALES

The Idaho Department of Lands announces plans to conduct field work on timber sales associated with fiscal year 2016 annual plan and on sales proposed beyond fiscal year 2016. Information regarding these sales may be viewed at the IDL timber sales public website at: https://apps.idl.idaho.gov/timbersale

The Gentleman who writes this column was unavailable this week to produce a story. Apparently, he is out supplementing his income (can’t make a living writing this column). The Eddytor did, however, manage to locate his where-abouts. His current location is right about here →→→→→→→ We can only hope he returns safely next week to continue his efforts to convert us to his way of thinking.

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NOTICE OF SCHOOL YEAR 2014/2015 BUDGET HEARING ~ CAMAS COUNTY SCHOOL DISTRICT 121

NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that a meeting of the Board of Trustees of Camas County School District #121, Camas County Idaho, will be held on June 9, 2014 at 7:00 p.m. at the School Library, at which meeting there shall be a public hearing on the maintenance and operation budget for the forthcoming school year. A copy of the proposed budget as determined by the Board of Trustees is available for public inspection at the School District Office at the High School between the hours of 8:00 a.m. and 4:00 p.m. from the date of this notice until the date of the hearing. This budget hearing is called pursuant to Section 33-801, Idaho Code as amended. Following is a summary of the proposed 2014/2015 budgets with comparisons to the 11/12, 12/13 and 13/14 budgets. Wendy Strickler, Clerk Camas County School District 121

SUMMARY STATEMENT 2014 - 2015 SCHOOL BUDGET ALL FUNDS ~ Camas County School District

GENERAL M & O FUND

REVENUES Beginning Balances Local Tax Revenue Other Local County Revenue State Revenue Federal Revenue Other Sources

Prior Year Actual 2011-2012

Prior Year Actual 2012-2013

Prior Year Actual/Budget 2013-2014

ALL OTHER FUNDS Proposed Budget 2014-2015

Prior Year Actual 2011-2012

Prior Year Actual 2012-2013

Prior Year Actual/Budget 2013-2014

Proposed Budget 2014-2015

58276 190002 11000

142391 194277 30432

137539 211269 17480

32078 211607 19480

7344 355000 21750

12601 372540

31112 360936

16430 336000 31010

1237443 52129 35000

1315883

1231817

1394859

30000

30000

30000

7406 212794 76438

17156 185787 37950

17156 172416 50562

19944 171480 50335

Totals

$1,583,850.00

$1,712,983.00

$1,628,105.00

$1,688,024.00

$680,732.00

$626,034.00

$632,182.00

$625,199.00

EXPENDITURES

Prior Year Actual 2011-2012

Prior Year Actual 2012-2013

Salaries Benefits Purchased Services Supplies & Materials Capital Outlay Debt Retirement Insurance & Judgments Transfers (net) Contingency Reserve Unappropriated Balances

Totals

Prior Year Actual/Budget 2013-2014

Proposed Budget 2014-2015

966655 307091 64301 185809 20553

1043559 326204 59994 166334 39019

975984 335670 63210 189709 30553

982672 372758 67210 196559 26053

22417 17024

23880 53993

22417 10562

0.00

0.00

$1,583,850.00

$1,712,983.00

Prior Year Actual 2011-2012

Prior Year Actual 2012-2013

Prior Year Actual/Budget 2013-2014

Proposed Budget 2014-2015

11337 51560 44119 48257 44005 28500

119855 52820 37261 48318 31747 282140

119877 53583 53540 41800 41382 262000

122064 50733 38146 39950 48306 266000

22417 20355

94414

53893

60000

60000

0.00

0.00

358,540.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

$1,628,105.00

$1,688,024.00

$680,732.00

$626,034.00

$632,182.00

$625,199.00

A copy of the School District Budget is available for public inspection at the District’s Administrative or Clerk’s Office.


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June 14: Free Fishing Day in Idaho

Saturday June 14 is your chance to try fishing for the first time, or dust off your rod and put it back into use. It is Free Fishing Day in Idaho, and Fish and Game invites everyone to celebrate the day by fishing anywhere in Idaho without a license. Though fishing license requirements are suspended for this special day, all other rules, such as limits or tackle restrictions, remain in effect. Free fishing day includes salmon; anglers don’t need a license or salmon permit, but they are still subject to all bag and possession limits. Free fishing day provides a great opportunity for novices to give fishing a try. It is also a great opportunity for those who might want to pick up an old tradition. It is also a great opportunity for parents to introduce their children to the sport for the first time. For information on a location near you, contact your local Fish and Game office.

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NORTH SIDE CENTER 202 14th Avenue East - Gooding, Idaho (208) 934-8678 or northsidecenter@csi.edu ––––––––––

If you have ever dreamt of telling stories or singing a song around a campfire in the traditional cowboy way, enroll in the “Cowboy Poetry & Music Workshop,” offered by the CSI North Side Center. People of all ages are invited to join this day-long workshop. You’ll receive instruction from the Lost N Lava Cowboy Poets that will help you fine tune your latest work and the encouragement to give cowboy poetry and music a try. The workshop meets from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. on Saturday, June 7 at the Lincoln County Community Center in Shoshone. Lunch is included in the $30 registration fee. To enroll, contact the College of Southern Idaho North Side Center at 934-8678.

BUTTERCUP MOUNTAIN GROWERS for all of your locally grown vegetable plants and Annual hanging baskets We can be found at this summers Farmers Markets Gooding - Tuesdays Shoshone - Thursdays Fairfield - Fridays Mtn. Home - Saturdays Feel free to visit the greenhouses - 218 Willow Creek Rd. on Mondays & Wednesdays Contact # 961-0426 leave message Tami & Rick appreciate your support

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►Several office chairs for sale. Please call the Camas Conservation District - 764-3223.

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50 Volumns of Readers Digest Condensed books, ►Handyman Special: Rod Iron Circa 1980. Call 420-6699 Bench with deer picture needs today... and the collection slats replaced. Selling for $25. is yours. Call 764-3040.

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

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. ►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.

Wanted

►Caretaker Needed: 1 BR/ 1 Bath home. Near park in Fairfield. Willow Ave. West. Wood stove, Propane, Washer/Dryer. Sauna/Tub. Very nice. Furnished. Winter shovel/ summer mow as needed. Snowblower and mower provided. $250 First/last/ deposit+utilities. 208 720 9465 ►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.

Employment ►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 ►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 ►I need a student or semi-retired adult for 1/2 hour every other day to turn ON a lateral line valve and turn OFF a lateral line valve, check for leaks, and make repairs. I will furnish the tools and parts. Pay is $12 per visit ($180 per month for 4 1/3 months - June thru Oct). The property and trees are located on Powell Creek, 5 miles north of Fairfield off Soldier Road. A watering schedule and map to locate the valves will be provided. We will start irrigating the trees the first part of June and turn it off October 10th. Call Merle Colpron (Boise, Idaho) 208-376-9101

For Sale ►Fresh Farm Eggs - $2 per dz. Call 764-2136 or 764-2649.


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