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A Blessing On Wheels

A year ago, 92-year-old Rosemary was presented an unusual bicycle by her family in Boise - a cargo style bicycle retrofitted to carry a person out front while a second individual pedels from behind. The design was simple, no hand brakes or gears, but the ride was amazing. Rosemary had ridden bicycles all her life, but at 92, her balance wasn’t what it used to be. With the new bike, she and her family have been riding all around Boise and Meridian. And, as you might imagine, this has generated interest by others wanting one of these bikes for themselves. The family formed a not-for-profit organization to provide access to affordable passenger bikes to families with loved ones experiencing age, health or disability related barriers. Thus was born... The Blessing Bike. Since then, 24 Blessing Bikes have been built with an all-volunteer group in the family garage. An “Idaho Gives” campaign in May enabled them to donate 3 bikes to veteran’s homes across Idaho and help a few low-income families obtain bikes as well. Inspired by the story of how this impacted Rosemary’s life, the staff at Bennett Hills Rehabilitation & Care Center in Gooding decided this was something they needed for their facility. They raised funds through donations to purchase a Blessing Bike and in mid-May they took their first rides with residents of the nursing home. The Blessing Bike is a fun way to get elderly or disable individuals outside in the fresh air. Every ride is a opportunity to interact with the community, to smile, and to feel alive. It’s great exercise for the staff as well.

94th Annual Gooding County Fair & Rodeo

The Main Steeet Parade is TODAY... Wednesday, August 14th (line up at the south end of town, parade starts at 5:30). $1 Night at the carnival will open after the parade along with exhibit halls. At 8:00 p.m. check out the PRCA Xtreme Bull Riding at the Andy James Arena.

PRCA Rodeo will run August 15th thru 17th, starting at 8:00 p.m. each night.

News from the Heart of Idaho Camas • Lincoln • Gooding

August 14, 2019

Vol 43 Num 33

Health Advisory Issued for Magic Reservoir

South Central Public Health District (SCPHD) and the Idaho Department of Environmental Quality (DEQ) have issued a public health advisory for Magic Reservoir. Results from recent DEQ water testing show the concentration of cyanobacteria (sometimes called blue-green algae) in the reservoir are now at unhealthy levels and have formed a harmful algal bloom (HAB). This is the third health advisory issued for a reservoir in south-central Idaho. The first was issued on July 8th for Salmon Falls Creek Reservoir, and is ongoing. The second advisory was issued July 25th for Mormon Reservoir, and is ongoing. The public is advised to take the following steps to protect their health in all three reservoirs: * Avoid exposure to water in reservoirs under a HAB health advisory. Make sure children, pets, and livestock are not exposed to the water. * Do not drink water with a HAB advisory. Boiling and disinfecting DO NOT remove toxins from water. * Do not allow pets to eat dried algae * If fishing in HAB water, remove all fat, skin, and organs before cooking. Toxins are more likely to collect in those tissues. Wash hands after handling. “We are issuing an advisory because these toxins can be so damaging- especially for animals who drink or play in the water,” said Brianna Bodily, SCPHD Public Information Officer. “Until this advisory is lifted we urge you to choose a different reservoir to fish and recreate in.” HABs are not unusual in warm summer months and typically shrink quickly as the water temperature drops in mid to late fall. SCPHD will issue another press release when DEQ tests show Magic Reservoir, Mormon Reservoir, and Salmon Falls Creek Reservoir are at safe cyanotoxin levels again. “You can help by reporting suspicious looking water to DEQ by phone, email, or with the bloomWatch app,” said Brian Reese, DEQ Water Quality Standards Analyst. More information is available at: or www.

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Notices of Upcoming Events & Meetings

Come Join us for the Gooding County Parade

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On Saturday, August 24th, you are invited to the Lincoln County Community Center to meet the new Lincoln County Sheriff - Rene King. From 11 to 3, come enjoy a fundraising raffle for a new animal shelter, along with lunch, face painting for the kids, and other fun activities. This event is hosted by the Lincoln County Sheriff’s Office and all proceeds from the raffle and/or donations will go towards the shelter. For more information, contact Erica King (208-481-0853) or Charlotte Sheppard (208-490-4878).

On August 14th, you are invited to enjoy a free hot dog and fellowship at the Gooding United Methodist Church (805 Main Street). We will start serving at 4:00 p.m. until the parade starts or we run out of food. We will be collecting donations of canned food items as well as cash for Helping Hearts & Hands in Gooding. Thank you to Thrivent Insurance for their generous donation and M & W for working with us on the food.

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The Camas Community Pantry will be open this Friday, August 16th, from 3 to 4 p.m. at Camas Ave and 1st Street West. As always, if you can’t make it on that day, call or text The City of Gooding will have an outdoor booth at the Gooding County Fair thus year Ed at 208-246-9999. - August 12-17. Gooding has been developing a source water protection plan and one of the implementation measures is to have a booth to provide educational literature to city and county Idaho Chariots in Gooding residents. In addition, there will be an opportunity for private well owners to have their water A free Cruise-In will be held at the Gooding County Fair- screened for nitrate levels. The Idaho Rural Water Association is helping with this event and will grounds on Saturday, August 31st from at 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. All have a booth there on the 14th, 15th and 16th of August. The screening is free, and private well Cars, Trucks, Tractors, Motorcycles are welcome. Food will be owners will be provided information on care and maintenance of wells and septic systems. available at the show. The Cruise-in is free, but donations for the Veteran’s Assistance League will be graciously accepted.

Water Protection in Gooding

Republican’s Annual Picnic

On Saturday, August 17 from noon to 3 p.m., the Blaine County Republicans will hold their annual Summer Picnic. You are invited to come hear from Steve Yates, a Fox News contributor, about Iran, Taiwan and other national and international issues. Cost is $10 per person or $25 for a couple with children under 12. Picnic will be held at River Sage Stables (20 Prairie Sun Road - south of Bellevue). To RSVP or purchase raffle tickets contact Julie at

Camas County Schools Student Registration

High School Registration for all new and returning students will be on Thursday, August 15th according to the following schedule: Seniors 8:30 – 9:00; Juniors 9 – 9:30; Sophomores 9:30–10; and Freshmen 10–10:30 The first day of school is Monday, August 19th for 6th – 12th Grades, and on Tuesday, August 20th for Kindergarten – 5th Grades.

Gooding Public School Registration

Registration for returning students is available online. A link is provided on the district website at, and on Facebook. You may also choose to visit the school to register your returning student. All new student registrations will be on site. Please bring with you your child’s birth certificate, immunization record, and proof of residency. New & Late Students can register on campus from 8 to 11 and 12 to 3 on August 15th.

Bug Crew vs. the Camasfield Hound(stoungue) by Camas Bug Crew

Henry looked at the little MUBO and stuck out his tongue. He hated the little creature that had been living off of him for weeks, but try as he might he could not shake the pesky bug from his seeds. The MUBO, which he had named Larry, responded to his foul action by eating more of his seeds. Ugh! He was so annoying; he wasn’t worried about it though. Such a little bug could never destroy his vast armies. Henry slept well that night. Houndstoungue is a biennial or short-lived perennial which reproduces by barbed seeds that readily adhere to fur, hair, and wool. The first year the plant develops a rosette with hairy, linear leaves that range form10-30cm in length. Plants typically grow from 35-140cm tall the second year. The reddish-purple, 5-lobed flowers bloom June through August. Each plant produces an average of 500 seeds which are composed of four prickly nutlets, each approximately 1 cm in length. Houndstongue’s ability to spread has created serious problems on rangeland and pastures where the plant quickly colonizes disturbed sites and heavily grazed areas in riparian zones houndstounge contains pyrrolizdiene alkaloids, making it poisonous to livestock and horses. The next morning Henry woke to screaming. He looked out at the horizon and saw a large black cloud approaching, but as they got closer he could see that they were not really clouds but thousands of MUBO launching their attack. He tried to ready his armies but it was too late. The MUBO were everywhere, and there was no stopping them. Henry’s ignorance had led to his demise. The battle went on for many years. Long after Henry and Larry had passed, their great grandchild still fought each other. It was clear who was winning. There were only small rebel groups that followed in Henry’s ways of vanquish. The Hound’s Tongue never stood a chance. If you would like to help the Bug Crew in our fight against the spread of hounds tongue please call Terry Lee at (208) 764-3512.

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70 Years of Model Railroad Up For Sale

Sometimes life throws you a curveball and you find yourself having to do something you never thought you’d have to do. Roger Paulsen worked for the railroad but his love of the tracks, railcars and locomotives went far beyond work. For the last 70 years he has been collecting model trains and his display has grown from the bedroom floor to a dedicated 30’x30’ shop. The model railroad display has over 1300 feet of HO scale tracks - about a quarter mile - along with 101 locomotives, 352 cars, 85 buildings, and lots more. Several of the model buildings are based on actual buildings in Idaho, including an exact replica of Twin Falls Roundhouse. On Saturday, August 24th, Mr. Paulsen’s collection will go on the auction block in Fairfield (348 Winona Drive - Northwest corner of town). He is not excited to see it go, but he hopes that his unique miniature railroad empire will find a good home. To see a list of auction items, goto Sale begins at 11:00 a.m.

Attention: Blaine County Commuters

The Idaho Transportation Department will begin repairs this week on Idaho Highway 75 in Blaine County. Work will occur on various stretches of roadway between milepost 118 and 132 (Bellevue to Ketchum) on both north and southbound lanes. Weather permitting, crews are anticipated to complete work by the end of August. Some areas will require a detour while work is being performed. Motorists are advised to exercise caution and follow signs which will be in place to safely direct drivers through the area. Repairs are expected to take place between 7 a.m. - 5 p.m. Work will not be performed over Labor Day weekend.

Cowboy Church at the Fair Sunday, August 18th

9 a.m. at the Gooding Fairgrounds (Commercial Building) Bring your Friends and Family for

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

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Lunch is served every Monday, Wednesday & Friday. -------------------------Friday, Aug 16... Ham Monday, Aug 19... Mediterranean Pork Wednesday, Aug 21... Shepherd’s Pie

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Lunch: 60+ $5 (suggested) 11-59 $6 / 5-10 $2 / under 5 free Breakfast: (8 to 10) 2nd Saturday of the Month Open for Coffee and Breakfast 7:30 to 10:30 a.m. Monday thru Friday -------------------------Friday, Aug 16 Fried Chicken & M. Potatoes Tuesday, Aug 20 Ham & Bean w/ Cornbread Wednesday, Aug 21 Grilled Chicken Wraps

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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, Aug 15 Lasagna Monday, Aug 19 Chicken Strips w/ M. Potatoes Tuesday, Aug 20 Tater Tot Casserole & Cinn R. Wednesday, Aug 21 PICNIC IN THE PARK

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Letter to the Editor

Know Your Facts... Last week our 3 State Representatives wrote an op-ed in the Idaho Mountain Express slamming the State GOP for allegedly not protecting our rights. You can find it online. I would like to present the other side of the discussion with verifiable facts and expose the hypocrisy. The bill to make ballot initiatives a more comprehensive procedure was a reaction to the complaint that a few cherry picked, densely populated districts can decide if a proposed initiative will survive. Rural districts like 26, simply get left out of the decision making process. Are rural values the same as Boise? Their claim “Only wealthy, special interest groups will be able to influence a ballot initiative is hypocritical. That is exactly what happened on Prop 2. The Fairness Project, a liberal outside group which donates money to push liberal left ballot agendas, donated funds to pay Fieldworks LLC to gather signatures. Fieldworks use professional “harvesters” to get any initiative on a ballot. Guns for hire. This was shielded by the self proclaimed “grassroots” organization Reclaim Idaho. They have a complaint filed against them for sunshine law violations. The accusation by our 3 reps; “Subverting the peoples right to be a part of the political process...” is hypocritical, due to Sally Toone’s co-sponsoring of H0047 last session. This would give Idaho’s electoral votes to whatever Presidential candidate won the popular vote. So we may as well align Idaho right now with both coasts and not bother to vote! Clearly a subversive endeavor. Will the GOP leadership in 26 continue to give these 3 a pass? I hope not. Time for true conservatives to stand for their rights and beliefs. Respectfully, Jeff Kreyssig - Camas County


The Cliff Bar & Grille and Soldier Creek Brewery would like to give a special thanks to the following for donating to make this year’s Street Dance in Fairfield another great community event. Bill & Shari Simon Kevin Wear The Prairie Inn Tom & Lisa Speck Jim Dandy’s Pizza Soldier Creek Brewing Timberland Trash The Cliff Bar & Grille -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- --

Thank You from The Camas Library Foundation

The Camas County Public Library Foundation would like to thank the following businesses and individuals for donating things for the annual raffle: T&L Lawn Furniture, Campbell Tractor, Knife River, Burks Tractor, Franklin Building Supply, Forsgren & Associates (Steven Yearsley), Agri-Service, Riverside Inn, Cat, Mountain View Equipment of Jerome, Vista Clara Coffee Snohomish WA (Dave Stewart), The Wrangler, Soldier Creek Brewing Co., Iron Mountain Inn, Soldier Creek Massage, Small Town Swank, Iron Mountain Inn, Soldier Mountain Ski Area, Camas County Public Library, Ted & Victoria Miller, Sharon & Jeff Lee, Afton Koonce, Connie & Gary Reagan, Nancy & Dirk Hallowell, Pam & Rick Berndt. Also, thanks to all that renewed their memberships or bought one for the first time and those who bought books. The event was very successful; all money is used to help the library needed things and help with the upkeep of the building. We appreciate the support given to us so very much. Send your News & Articles to or call 208-764-3322 Camas, Gooding, Lincoln counties

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Jerome Peter Fitzgerald

Jerome Peter Fitzgerald, a resident of Shoshone, passed away on Friday, August 2, 2019 at his home north of Shoshone. It is with deep sorrow that the Fitzgerald family and staff at 4-Bros Dairy, Inc. announce the passing of their brother and partner, Jerome P. Fitzgerald. Jerome passed peacefully in his sleep after an extended illness this morning, August 2nd, 2019. Jerome leaves behind a beautiful and lasting legacy of compassionate animal care and selection, and a devotion to supporting local food banks and other causes dear to his heart. Your heartfelt prayers and condolences are greatly appreciated. Funeral arrangements for Jerome Fitzgerald are set for Thursday, August 22, 2019, with a funeral mass to start at 4:00 p.m. at St. Edwards Catholic Church in Twin Falls, Idaho. A Celebration of Life follows at 5:30 pm at Canyon Crest Event Center. Dinner will be served. Celebration guests are encouraged to bring homemade desserts to share at celebration in honor of Jerome’s sweet tooth. Out-of-town guests are invited to make reservations at Hilton Garden Inn in Twin Falls, where a bereavement discount is offered. Call 208-733-8500. Dial 0 and ask for front desk. Please let us know after you’ve made reservations so we can ensure all of our guests are staying on the same floor. Funeral arrangements are pending under the care and direction of Demaray Funeral Service - Shoshone Chapel.

death & service notices

Nancy Norma Bright, 90, a resident of Hagerman, passed away on Monday, August 12, 2019 at her home in Hagerman. Funeral arrangements are pending under the care and direction of Demaray Funeral Service - Gooding Chapel.

Leona Bernice Riese, 82, a resident of Fairfield, passed away on Thursday, August 8, 2019 at Spring Creek Manor in Meridian. Funeral arrangements are pending under the care and direction of Demaray Funeral Service - Gooding Chapel.

Len Riddle, 76, a resident of Hagerman, passed away on Monday, August 12, 2019 at his home. Funeral arrangements are pending under the care and direction of Demaray Funeral Service - Gooding Chapel.

Anders “Andy” Frostenson, 47, a resident of Fairfield, passed away suddenly on Friday, August 9, 2019 in Ontario, Oregon. Funeral arrangements are pending under the care and direction of Demaray Funeral Service - Gooding Chapel.

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Visit Your Public Library Today Hagerman Public Library HOURS

Tuesday - Friday Saturday 10 to 5 10 to 2

441 S. State Street, Hagerman ~ 837–6520

Camas County Public Library HOURS

Monday 12:30 to 7 Thursday 10 to 5:30 Tue, Wed & Fri 12:30 to 5:30

607 Soldier Road, Fairfield ~ 764–2553

Richfield District Library 105 South Main Street ~ 487–1242

Monday 2-6 ~ Tuesday 10-6 ~ Wed & Thurs 12-6

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211 South Rail West ~ 886–2843 ~ Open ~ Mon 12 to 5 ~ Tue 2 to 7 ~ Wed 12 to 7 Thur 10 to 4 ~ Fri 12 to 5

Wendell Public Library HOURS

11 to 5 Monday thru Friday ~ Open til 6 on Thursdays

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Gooding Public Library 934–4089 ~ 306 5th Avenue West Regular Hours of Operation

Monday 12 to 5 Thursday 12 to 7 Tuesday 12 to 7 Friday 12 to 5 Wednesday 10 to 5 Saturday 9 to Noon

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F&G Commission Approves Proposals For Nonresident Fees, Wolf Trapping & Permits For Stocked Pheasants

By Roger Phillips, Public Information Supervisor The Idaho Fish and Game Commission on Monday, August 12, approved two legislative proposals to advance for Governor’s Office review: a) increasing nonresident license and tag fees and b) establishing Commission authority to designate locations other than WMAs to stock pheasants and require an Upland Game Bird Permit to hunt them. The commission also adopted new rules that change gear requirements for wolf trapping. The legislative proposals and rule must be approved by the 2020 Legislature to become effective. If approved, the nonresident fees would include (exclusive of vendor fee): * nonresident combination hunting/fishing license increase from $238.25 to $262.25 * nonresident hunting license increase from $153 to $183.25 * nonresident fishing license increase from $96.50 to $106.25 * nonresident deer tag increase from $300 to $350 * nonresident elk increase from $415 to $650 Commissioners also forwarded to the legislature a proposal that would remove the current rule that requires snare diverters for trapping gray wolves, but would allow diverters to be required in local areas to reduce bycatch at the commission’s discretion if deemed necessary. The wolf snare proposal also included adding rules that mandate cable stops and break- aways on wolf snares in order to allow nontargeted animals to escape if they’re accidentally snared. The commission will meet again August 22nd at the new Southwest Region office at 15950 North Gate Boulevard in Nampa.

Cup of Tee

© Many of us are dated by some of the things we did as regular activities. Listed below may be one of those “guess my age” things, learning curve for many, or just plain regular life. If you don’t know about some, you may have to strike up a conversation with someone.

Water was drank out of garden hoses and tin cups - bottled water was unheard of. Stores were closed on Sundays. Gas pumps accepted one dollar bills similar to a car wash. There were no plastic “do all cards.” Gas was 3 gal/$1, later going to 58¢/gallon. Eating out wasn’t “fast food.” It was sometimes called a picnic. Tattoos were usually seen on military personnel. There were three channels on TV and they were off the air at midnight, substituted by black and white dots. TV news was creditable. Popcorn was manually popped on an electric stove and catsup was the dipping sauce for potato chips. A tetanus shot was almost major surgery. Sideburns were in fashion. Milk had cream on it, and it was 3¢/pint. Tires were bias ply. Stick shifts were standard in cars, wing windows were air conditioning, and cigarette lighters were used to light cigarettes.

by Tee Hurd

Music albums were vinyl records. Checks were accepted everywhere. Plastic was Tupperware. Corn syrup was only used for pancakes, candies, and icing on a cake. You could call the radio station and advertise your items for sale. You got your drivers license at the age of 14. Nestle Quick and Tang were drinks of choice. Marbles were a game of skill and Monopoly involved half the family. Parking meters were on every street downtown. A hand shake was all you needed in a business transaction. Your bicycle had a banana seat. The 20 feet from a river edge was owned by nobody and everyone had access. You bought peanutbutter in a reusable mug. You paid your power bill at Idaho Power and your phone at Mountain Bell instead of sending it elsewhere. You road in the back window of the car or the rear of a station wagon. You tuned your FM radio in to another state. The “Pledge of Allegiance to the Flag” was done every day.

This is my “Cup of Tee” revisited.

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Gooding Students Raising Funds to Travel to Europe! Licensed Massage Therapist in Fairfield

Students at Gooding Middle School have an opportunity to travel abroad! In a partnership with EF Tours, students will be expanding their education to a more global scale! The tour will take them to London, England, then on to Paris, France, and end up in Versailles, France. Our young travelers are excited to have this once in a lifetime opportunity to travel with the classmates & fellow teachers. In an effort to support fundraising for these students, local businesses are being asked to donate their talents and most popular items. Donated items must be able to be picked up no later than August 12th. Traveling students will be selling raffle tickets during Back to School Night where donated items will be raffled. The final raffle date is Thursday, August 29th! Tickets can be purchased 5 for $10.00, or 12 for $20.00. If you have any questions, or would like to donate, please contact Katie Bauman at

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The Art of Swedish Weaving Discover Swedish Weaving, a craft that dates back centuries also known as Swedish huck weaving, huckaback darning, or huck embroidery. The materials used in this art are simple: monks cloth, yarn or cotton thread, and a blunt needle. This a very relaxing and fun needlecraft that you can learn in just a couple class sessions! At the end of the class, you will have a project you can take home. Tuesday & Thursday, Sept. 17 & 19 - 6 to 8 p.m. Instructor: Diane Gause $25 plus $15 supply fee paid to instructor Beginning Dog Obedience Discover the many benefits and joys of training with your dog. You and your dog will learn the 10 Steps from the AKC Canine Good Citizen (CGC) Program, designed to reward dogs who have good manners at home and in the community. Wednesday, Sept. 18 to Oct. 16 - 6 to 7 p.m. Instructor: Brittany Triner - $55 Advanced Dog Obedience This comprehensive class will expose dogs and their owners to a variety of training scenarios and prepare them to enjoy off-leash reliability in distracting environments. Owners will enjoy relationship based training methods that allow them to better communicate with their pets, and the dogs will thrive in the fun learning environment. Participants must have completed a basic obedience course. Wednesday, Sept. 18 to Oct. 16 - 7 to 8 p.m. Instructor: Brittany Triner - $55 For more information, go to, or contact us by calling 934-8678 or emailing us at

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Notice of Public Hearing City of Fairfield Proposed Fee Increase

A public hearing will be held before the Mayor and City Council of the City of Fairfield to hear public comment on increases in the following fee and charges, which are proposed to increase by 5 percent or more:

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PUBLIC NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN BY the Board of Commissioners of the Richfield Cemetery Maintenance District. The Public Hearing of the Proposed Budget of said District for the FY 2019-2020, will be held August 21, 2018, at 4:00 p.m. at the Richfield City Office 180 W. Lincoln Avenue, Richfield, Lincoln County, Idaho. PROPOSED BUDGET 2019-2020 ESTIMATED REVENUE: Non Exempt Budget 3% Increase New Construction Roll

$ 10,477 314 25


$ 10,816

PROPERTY TAX REPLACEMENT: Agricultural Replacement Money Personal Property Replacement


327 98

TOTAL MAXIMUM ALLOWABLE NON-EXEMPT PROPERTY TAX TO BE LEVIED: $ 10,391 Interest 50 Sale of Lots 1,500 Opening & Closing 1,500 TOTAL $ 13,441 ESTIMATED EXPENDITURES: Salaries and Withholdings Extra Labor Liability Insurance Idaho Power Water Assessments Repairs & Supplies Equipment Purchases Opening & Closing Office Expenses TOTAL

$ 7,700 600 600 100 350 1,641 900 1,500 50 $ 13,441

ATTEST: LuAnn Swainston Secretary, Richfield Cemetery District published on August 7 & 14, 2019

Utility Fee increases for sewer: $5.00


AUGUST 15, 2019, at 7:00 p.m. City of Fairfield Council Chambers 407 SOLDIER ROAD Fairfield, ID 83327

City Hall is accessible to persons with disabilities. Anyone desiring accommodations for disabilities please call the City Clerk’s Office 208 764-2333 at least 48 hours prior to the public hearing.



NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned has been appointed Personal Representative of the above named estate. All persons having claims against the Decedent are required to present their claims within four (4) months after the date of the first publication of this notice or said claims will be forever barred. Claims must either be presented to Brady J. Hancock Personal Representative of the Estate, or at HOBDEY LAW OFFICE, PLLC, P.O. Box 176, Gooding, Idaho 83330 or filed with the Court. Dated this 25th day of July, 2019. Brady J. Hancock

LEGAL NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING Pursuant to Idaho Code 67-6509, NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that Camas County Planning and Zoning Commission will hold a public hearing in the Camas County Annex, 517 Soldier Rd., Fairfield, ID 83327, on the 3rd day of September, 2019 at 7:15 p.m. or as soon thereafter as the matter may be heard. The purpose of this hearing is for the public as well as the Planning and Zoning Commission to hear the request of Connor McNamara for a Conditional Use Permit for a dog kennel. The proposed location of this facility is Lot 15 Smokey Dome Ranchos Subdivision and is located approximately 7.5 miles northwest of the intersection of U.S. 20 and Soldier Road, Fairfield, ID 83327, and is more particularly described as follows: T1N, R14E, Sec 30 Boise Meridian, Camas County, Idaho, Lot 15 Smokey Dome Ranchos Written comments will be received by the P&Z Administrator through August 26, 2019. Testimony at the hearing may be limited to five minutes. Services for persons with disabilities can be made available by calling the P&Z Administrator at 764-2046 three (3) days prior to the public hearing. Dwight H. Butlin Camas County P&Z Administrator published on 8/14, 8/21 & 8/28, 2019

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~ Legal Notices ~ Legal Notices ~ Legal Notices ~ Legal Notices ~ Public Notice is Hereby Given: That the Board of County Commissioners of Camas County, will meet on August 26th, 2019, at 10:00 a.m. in the Office of the County Commissioners in the Courthouse in Fairfield, Idaho, for the purpose of considering fixing a Final Budget and making appropriations to each Department, Service, Agency, or Institution, and Fund for the ensuing Fiscal Year, at which time any Taxpayer may appear and be heard upon any part or parts of the said Budget, and That the following Table sets forth the amount to be appropriated to each Department for the ensuing fiscal year, together, with the amount expended for “Salaries and Wages” and for “Other Expenses” for the previous fiscal year by the said Departments. To-wit: `


Salaries & Wages 201-2018 19,896 21, 4,921 0.00

Other Expenses 201-2018 9,000 8,2 ,900 8,000


--- Anticipated --Salaries & Other Wages Expenses 201-2019 2018-2019 1,46 10,000 28,269 8,000 4,968 ,00 0.00 8,000

--- Proposed 2019-2020 Budget --Salaries & Other Total Wages Expenses Requested 2019-2020 2019-2020 2019-2020 14,11 10,000 1,11 291,00 8,86 ,6 ,02 ,00 8,2 0.00 11,4 11,4










42,00 2,144 ,219 2,000 89,8 12,200 ,120 40,40 2,000 2,0

,200 12,20 11,00 4,00 ,00 ,80 6,00 4,20 40,800 ,40

9,00 69,8 4,88 2,000 89,046 12,084 ,120 ,6 9,600 2,0

,00 12,400 12,900 4,40 ,0 9,0 6,4 4,906 4,10 ,620

41,191 2,19 8,606 1,10 91,018 12,084 ,60 9,014 0,000 0,429

,00 12,400 14,00 , ,60 9,0 8,00 ,2 92, ,0

44,241 8,119 9,106 ,48 94,668 21,84 84,260 44, 122, ,99









44,1 6, 0,682 4,1

66,200 09,600 2,66 ,10 ,886 ,18 218,400 2,000 49,000 1,000 1,094 9,610 0,84 6,10 2,00 1,000 20,000 9,100 18,000

4,19 601,66 4,191 4,92

6,00 08,1 69,66 ,20 10,112 ,18 1,0 28,000 8,866 11, 9,60 10,00 4,182 6,10 2,00 1,00 2,000 9,829 18,000

44,91 692,284 ,09 49,298

,900 1,909,00 6,689 20,80 2,1 ,6 1,900 29,000 1,000 11,96 8,0 8,10 44,10 6,10 2,600

118,691 2,601,84 109,28 0,148 2,1 ,6 28,890 29,000 1,00 11,96 62,84 8,0 44,10 6,10 2,600

18,6 41,21 1,00

18,6 41,21 1,00










,906 ,1



,21 ,100


4,09 2,1

Camas County ~ Estimated Revenue for Fiscal Year 20120 (October 1, 2019 to September 0, 2020) Revenue Other Than Cash Carryover Grants P. I. L. T. Proposed Taxes Taxes 2,149 16,28 6,000 18,1 1,241 229,1 80,000 11,410 ,64 0,109 1,218 08,4 2,29,4 24,10 2,86 2,02 20,1 9,21 40,24 20,000 2,10 1,224 1,24 910 ,181 60,646 18,919 44,2 9,60 ,480 1,960 1,000 2,94 9,018 11,212 1,61 9,440 20,808 2,0 6,2 ,98 812 1,11 4,18 240 4 1,92 2,06 16,00 ,129 4,088 10,000 ,00 693,626





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Notice of Public Hearing on Proposed Budget for Fiscal Year 2019-2020 For the City of Fairfield, Idaho A public hearing, pursuant to Idaho Code 50-1002, will be held for consideration of the proposed budget for the fiscal year from October 1, 2019 to September 30, 2020. The hearing will be held at the City Office Meeting Room, 407 Soldier Road, Fairfield, Idaho at 7:05 p.m. on August 15th, 2019. All interested persons are invited to appear and show cause, if any, why such budget should or should not be adopted. Copies of the proposed City Budget in detail are available at the Fairfield City Office during regular office hours (8:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. weekdays). City Office is accessible to persons with disabilities. Anyone desiring accommodations for disabilities related to the budget documents or to the hearing, please contact the City office at 764-2333, at least 48 hours prior to the public hearing. The proposed FY 2019-2020 Budget is shown below as FY 2019-2020 proposed expenditures and revenues, which have been tentatively approved by the City Council and entered in detail in the Journal of Proceedings. Estimated Revenues 2017-2018 2018-2019 2019-2020 Fund Name ACTUAL BUDGETED PROPOSED General Fund General & Admin $ 111,213 $ 227,561 $ 227,614 Parks 6,881 12,000 12,000 Fire Department 25,071 31,000 31,000 Law Enforcement 4,800 16,000 16,000 Streets 15,237 20,000 20,000 General Fund Total $ 163,202 $ 306,561 $ 306,614 Street Fund 35,043 43,408 43,925 Grants (Streets LHTAC) 85,341 Water Fund 141,852 182,494 182,844 Sewer Fund 109,227 139,731 149,441 Total All Funds $ 534,665 $ 672,194 $ 682,824 Estimated Revenues

Total Revenue 602,44 61,804 118,691 2,601,84 109,28 0,148 2,1 ,6 28,890 29,000 1,000 11,96 62,84 8,0 44,10 6,10 2,600 18,6 41,21 1,00 4,789,513

2017-2018 2018-2019 2019-2020 Fund Name ACTUAL BUDGETED PROPOSED Property Tax Levy General Fund $ 150,387 $ 157,041 $ 161,752 Total Tax Levy $ 150,387 $ 157,041 $ 161,752 Revenue Sources Other than Property Tax General Fund 60,747 123,525 116,431 State Revenue Sharing 39,115 39,275 39,691 Highway Users/Street Fund 18,081 18,408 18,925 Liquor Apportionment 14,246 11,220 13,240 Licenses Permits 1,010 500 500 Water Fund 141,852 182,494 182,844 Sewer Fund 109,227 139,731 149,441 Revenue Sources Grand Total All Funds Revenue $ 534,665 $ 672,194 $ 682,824 published on August 7 & 14, 2019

Mickey Dalin - City Treasurer

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Fairfield Ranger District Invites You to Bid on Excess Buildings

The Fairfield Ranger District will accept bids for Campground Toilet Buildings previously located at Baumgartner Campground. The buildings are located approximately 10 miles east of Featherville, Idaho. There are four building structures that consist of three double toilet units (60 square feet) and one quadruple toilet unit (118 square feet) constructed in 1986 with timber framing construction. We will be accepting bids immediately, but they must be received at the Fairfield Office by Friday, August 16, 2019 at 12:00 pm (noon). Bid registrations, forms, and additional information can be obtained by contacting the Fairfield Ranger District at 208-764-3202. Bids will be opened at 1:00 pm on August 16, 2019 at the Fairfield Ranger District office located at 102 1st Street East, Fairfield, Idaho. Winning bidders will be notified. The toilet buildings are available for inspection at all times to the public. The public may need to park near the #227 road and walk in to see the buildings because they are located behind a locked gate. If accommodations need to be made to drive to the buildings please contact one of the sale information contacts.

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CITY OF GOODING: PROPOSED BUDGET FOR FISCAL YEAR 2019-20 A PUBLIC HEARING PURSUANT TO Idaho Code 50-1002 will be held for consideration of the proposed budget for the fiscal year from October 1, 2019 to September 30, 2020. The hearing will be held at City Hall, 308 5th Ave West, Gooding Idaho at 6:00 p.m. on August 19, 2019. All interested persons are invited to appear and show cause, if any, why such budget should or should not be adopted. Copies of the proposed City budget in detail are available at City Hall during regular office hours. City Hall is accessible to persons with disabilities. Anyone desiring accommodations for disabilities related to the budget documents or to the hearing, please contact City Hall, 934-5669 at least 48 hours prior to the public hearing. The proposed FY 2019-20 budget is shown below as FY2020 proposed budget expenditures and revenues. FY2018 Budget FY2019 Budget FY2020 Budget Fund Name Expenditures Expenditures Expenditures General Fund Administration 158,603.00 246,517.00 657,774.00 Tort 44,650.00 47,776.00 50,608.00 Police 705,689.00 750,857.00 828,091.00 Police Grant - 45,000.00 17,777.00 Fire 215,576.00 - Total General Fund Expenditures 1,124,518.00 1,090,150.00 1,554,250.00 Street 635,793.00 593,335.00 574,606.00 Street Grant - 60,500.00 Airport 749,550.00 47,684.00 409,847.00 Airport Grant 13,600.00 317,300.00 1,560,440.00 Parks 90,825.00 95,457.00 92,457.00 Parks Grant 300.00 300.00 300.00 Library 158,382.00 183,778.00 Library Grant 10,000.00 10,000.00 Capital Improvement 120,567.00 50,361.00 15,590.00 Water 3,759,980.00 798,316.00 775,803.00 Water Grant 1,600,000.00 - Water Debt Service 164,000.00 207,700.00 207,700.00 Sewer 379,675.00 337,000.00 9,338,400.00 Sewer Debt Service 179,000.00 391,704.00 577,248.00 Sewer Grant - - 500,000.00 Sanitation 483,194.00 261,900.00 272,340.00 Sub-Total Expenditures 8,344,866.00 3,355,335.00 14,324,731.00 Grand Total All Funds Expenditures 9,469,384.00 4,445,485.00 15,878,981.00

FY2018 Budget FY2019 Budget FY2020 Budget Fund Name Revenues Revenues Revenues Property Tax Levy General 501,651.00 556,478.00 672,030.00 Ag Exp Prpty Rplcmnt 3,793.00 3,793.00 3,793.00 Tort 44,650.00 47,776.00 50,608.00 Personal Prpty Rplcmnt 29,650.00 29,650.00 29,650.00 Street 235,085.00 242,944.00 250,232.00 Airport 22,313.00 21,993.00 22,653.00 Parks 53,491.00 55,226.00 56,884.00 Library 92,141.00 95,782.00 Capital Improvement 13,348.00 13,369.00 13,771.00 Total Property Tax Levy 996,122.00 1,067,011.00 1,099,621.00 Revenue Sources Other Than Property Tax General 544,774.00 452,453.00 798,169.00 Street 400,708.00 410,891.00 324,374.00 Airport 727,237.00 25,691.00 387,194.00 Airport Grant 13,600.00 317,300.00 1,560,440.00 Parks 37,334.00 40,231.00 35,573.00 Parks Grant 300.00 300.00 300.00 Library 66,241.00 87,996.00 Library Grant 10,000.00 10,000.00 Capital Improvement 107,219.00 36,992.00 1,819.00 Water 3,759,980.00 798,316.00 775,803.00 Water Grant 1,600,000.00 - Water Debt Service 164,000.00 207,700.00 207,700.00 Sewer 379,675.00 337,000.00 9,338,400.00 Sewer Debt Service 179,000.00 391,704.00 577,248.00 Sewer Grant - - 500,000.00 Sanitation 483,194.00 261,900.00 272,340.00 Total Amt Other Revenues 8,473,262.00 3,378,474.00 14,779,360.00 Grand Total All Revenues 9,469,384.00 4,445,485.00 15,878,981.00 The proposed expenditures and revenues for fiscal year 2019-20 have been tentatively approved by the City Council and entered in detail in the Journal of Proceedings. Publication dates for the notice of the public hearing are August 7, 2019 and August 14, 2019 in The Courier News. Hollye Lierman, City Clerk

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1-888-934-1862 • Wednesday, August 14, 2019 • The Courier NEWS SUMMARY STATEMENT OF BUDGET FISCAL YEAR 2019-2020 REVENUE 2019-2020 County Taxes $ 300,207 Other Revenue 61,950 Grants 50,000 TOTAL $ 412,157

August 7, 2019

Improving transparency and accountability in Idaho’s administrative rulemaking processes: I have directed the Idaho Office of the Administrative Rules (OAR) Coordinator housed within the Governor’s Division of Financial Management to make four changes that simplify rulemaking for the public. They include: EXPENDITURES 2019-2020 New one-stop shop for public meetings and Personnel $ 232,658 hearings schedules Library Services 112,200 Operation Cost 53,042 A new subscribe feature Capital Expenditures 14,257 New rulemaking cover sheets TOTAL $ 412,157 Better grouping and naming of rule chapters Dated: August 6, 2019 The changes come on the heels of my announcement that Cindy Bigler, Library Director Idaho’s licensing boards and commissions will consider recomGooding Public Library District - Gooding, Idaho mendations to further simplify and cut occupational licens~ Legal Notices ~ Legal Notices ~ Legal Notices ~ Legal Notices ~ Legal Notices ~ Legal No- ing laws. I am determined to bring more accountability and NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING transparency to Idaho’s ruleNOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, in accordance with Idaho Code 63- PUBLIC NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN BY the Board of Com- making processes! 1311A, by the City of Gooding, Idaho, that the City of Gooding will missioners for the Richfield Fire Protection District. The Public As Idaho enters the hottest, meet at 6:00 p.m. on August 19, 2019, at the City of Gooding, 308 5th Hearing is for the Proposed Budget for the Fiscal Year 2019-2020, driest months of the year, it’s Ave West, Gooding, Idaho, to consider public comment regarding the will be held August 28, 2019, at 5:00 P.M. at the Richfield City Of- important we all do our part institution of new or increased fees as follows: to reduce the risk of wildfire. fice 180 W. Lincoln Avenue, Richfield, Lincoln County, Idaho. Remember to create defensible Water Service Description Gallons Current Fee Proposed Fee PROPOSED BUDGET 2019-2020 space around your home, make Metered Water 0-1200 $ 11.10 $ 15.50 ESTIMATED REVENUE: sure you have the required fire Non-Exempt Budget 21, 712 1200-1300 $ 12.03 $ 15.50 safety burn permit for any 3% Increase 651 1300-5000 $ 16.10 $ 15.50 controlled burning, and never New Construction Roll 55 leave a fire unattended. The base rate for metered water will change from $11.19 for the first MAXIMUM ALLOWABLE NON-EXEMPT BUDGET $ 22,418 1,200 gallons and $12.03 for 1,300 gallons to $15.50 for the first 5,000 Opioid Advisory Group PROPERTY TAX REPLACEMENT: gallon and eliminating the .79c charge for the 100 gallons between 1,200 meets for the first time August Agricultural Replacement Money -648 gallons and 1,300 gallons. 15: The opioid crisis is taking Personal Property Replacement Money -183 lives and destroying families TOTAL MAXIMUM ALLOWABLE For every 100 gallons used over 5,000 gallons, metered water rates in Idaho. Idaho is taking a NON-EXEMPT TAX TO BE LEVIED $ 21,587 shall increase from .11c per 100 gallons up to 75,000 gallons and .26c broad, holistic approach to per 1,000 gallons after 75,000 gallons to .12c per 100 gallons and up Fund Balance 5,000 examining this crisis, so we to 200,000 gallons and .40c per 1,000 gallons after 200,000 gallons. Rent Building Lincoln County EMS 300 can develop solutions that save Donations 100 Sewer Service Description Current Fee Proposed Fee Increase of lives and create a brighter fuInterest 50 Sewer Debt Service $ 19.00 $ 28.00 $ 9.00 ture for our state. TOTAL $ 27,037 I established the Opioid ESTIMATED EXPENDITURES and Substance Use Disorder Sewer Service Description Current Fee Proposed Fee Increase of Equipment Purchase 4,500 Advisory Group by executive Insurance 2,500 Residential 95 Can $ 9.80 $ 10.09 $ 0.29 order to combat the growing Fuel & Equipment Repairs 6,137 Residential 300 Can $ 29.40 $ 30.28 $ 0.88 epidemic of opioid and sub Office Expenses 50 Commercial 95 Can $ 29.40 $ 30.28 $ 0.88 stance misuse in Idaho. Training 600 Commercial 300 Can $ 49.00 $ 50.47 $ 1.47 Building Maintenance 750 The public meeting is schedCommercial 95/300 Can $ 58.80 $ 60.56 $ 1.76 Utilities 2,500 uled to run 8 a.m. to 2 p.m. TOTAL $ 27,037 MST at the JR Williams Information about the proposed rates and changes may be obtained Building, located at 700 W. from the City Clerk at the Gooding Municipal Building during regular ATTEST: LuAnn Swainston State Street in Boise, in the Secretary Richfield Fire Protection District business hours. West Side conference room. Hollye Lierman published on August 15 & 22, 2019 published August 7 & 14, 2019 Brad Little NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, THAT a meeting of the qualified voters of the above named Library District will be held on the 26th day of August, 2019, at 5:30 p.m. at the Library in said district, at which meeting there shall be a public hearing on the maintenance and operation budget for the forthcoming Fiscal Year at 5:30 p.m. This budget as presently determined by the Board of Trustees is now available in the office of the Library District and will remain available until the hearing, as provided by law. This library meeting and budget hearing is called pursuant to Section 33-2725 Idaho Code as amended.

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