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Buhl Mayor Pam McClain ELECTION SEASON IS HERE – VOTE NOVEMBER 7 It is that time of year. The days are shorter, the air is cooler, and the leaves are changing from a beautiful green to golden yellow and brown. It’s a beautiful time of year. Our citizens have been instrumental in their feedback to help us lead the way for years. We have beautiful parks, safe streets and schools, and one of the cleanest and most efficient water and wastewater operations in the state. Your neighbors, family and friends will ask you for advice on who to vote for, and to share how you think Buhl is doing on the issues most important to them. You know Buhl in your own unique way. I get asked these same questions, of course. With the election season upon us, I am taking the opportunity to share with you what I look for in a candidate. To each candidate I offer the following: 1. Talk less, listen more. You will learn more by listening. Buhl’s employees know their jobs better than you. Ask questions during meetings and listen before you think you know how it all works. 2. Trust and be trustworthy. We are growing as a community and there are more and more people moving in from out of state. But we are still a small city. People will figure out quickly if they can count on you; don’t blow it. 3. Do not bring in any preconceived ideas, especially if you have never been to a meeting yourself. 4. Live in gratitude. Be thankful for those around you who work hard, and they do work hard, to make Buhl so special. You are a part of their lives, so appreciate that you get to play a small role in helping shape our story and our legacy. It isn’t all about you. The City Council race: We have two incumbents running, Marla Sisson and Kelly Peterson and they are very involved in the community of Buhl and have been for years. The other four that have thrown their hat into the ring are Menno deRijk, Tim Miner, William Nungeter and Denny O’Brien. There are two council seats open, and voters will select two out of the six candidates running. Please take time to do your due diligence and research on these candidates before you head to the polls. As I have written in previous issues, the City Council exercises the legislative powers of city government, including, but not limited to, adopting the annual City budget, ordinances, and resolutions; and establishing sewer and water rates. There is also a School Board election for District 4.
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We currently serve 4 Voting Districts: 24, 25, 26 and 27 Our 12 senators and representatives can share here information with the Magic Valley as they see fit. Each article starts here and will continue on the website MagicValleyBA.org. ~~~~~~~~~~~~ District 24A Representative Chenele Dixon shares her “Fentanyl Op-Ed” she wrote in July 2023. “In a 2019 survey, one in five Idaho students reported being offered, sold, or given an illegal drug in the past thirty days. Today, our children are increasingly likely to get offered fentanyl. Illegal fentanyl comes in powder and pill form. Recently, two drug busts on Highway 93 near Twin Falls confiscated fifteen pounds of fentanyl. That quantity is enough to kill every man, woman, and child in Idaho, Montana, and Wyoming. Fentanyl deaths are rising in Idaho. Fifty times stronger than heroin and 100 times stronger than morphine, this synthetic opioid plays a growing role in drug overdoses. (see https://www.cdc.gov/stopoverdose/fentanyl/index.html). The most recent Idaho data shows 353 overdose deaths in 2021 with 152 of those deaths connected to fentanyl. We must stop the trafficking of fentanyl in Idaho. We need better education for our families, our schools, and our communities about the dangers of drugs, and increased risks associated with fentanyl. The legislature can support those efforts with legislation that adds fentanyl to the list of the drug trafficking mandatory minimums. During the last session, this proposed legislation failed. Many of the people who testified against these efforts came from other states and ignored that Idaho’s mandatory minimums have made our state very unattractive for the trafficking other illegal drugs.” (continued online: https://wp.me/pecT8b-A3) P30
District 26 Senator Taylor: “We are fortunate to live in Idaho where we enjoy four seasons, fresh air, and blue skies. Idahoans are independent, industrious, and innovative. We are built from a strong work ethic. We help our neighbors when the need is there, and we do so without being asked or asking for anything in return. We are caring. Idaho is a state where our values drive our decisions and our way of life. We cherish a safe place to raise our families. We understand the value of education, and how important that is to the future success of our children. We value our democracy and our freedom to vote, our natural resources and our robust agricultural industry. These are a few examples; there are many more. When elected last year as your State Senator I was given the opportunity to represent Blaine, Jerome, and Lincoln counties to stand in defense of those values. I am concerned legislation will continue to be brought forth in an attempt to alter our way of life and impose differing values.” (continued online: https://wp.me/pecT8b-A5)
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Scott (Tre) Barker
An excellent student and an athlete, Tre is kind to everyone and is a quiet leader always willing to go the extra mile.
Team captain of varsity football, qualified for state in wrestling every year. Golfs. Great leader. Greets students every morning.
On the Drama Team, Business Professionals of America, NHS and Leos Club. Named Distinguished Young Woman of Idaho.
Involved with Magic Valley Leadership group, Varsity Football and Varsity Baseball. 3.8 GPA. In student council for 2 years.
Participates in cross country, varsity basketball, and track. In FFA, shows goats and a cow, VP of NHS. Works in local coffee shop.
Kyah (Ky) Jesse
4.0 GPA, on track to be valedictorian. In student government for 4 years. In NHS & competes in cross-country, wrestling, track & field.
Enjoys playing basketball and skiing. Very interested in pursuing an Accounting career.
Participates in varsity football and wrestling. Member of NHS, BPA, 4 years on student council. “Be strong & courageous…” Deut 31.6
Involved in student body for 3 years & being president has been an amazing experience. Has a full-ride to LewisClark State for BSN.
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Participates in football, track & field, cheerleading. Being President is important because I have a voice and can help improve morale.
Maintains 3.88 GPA, participates in varsity volleyball, basketball, track, student council and National Honor Society.
Participates in football, basketball and track. Member of National Honor Society. Has been member of student council for 6 years.
Both are on speech team, golf team, NHS and FCCLA. Certified lifeguards. Both In running to be valedictorians!
A dedicated and passionate leader. Believes everyone is valued and can have a bright future. Fosters a sense of unity.
Participates in basketball, track, Aca Deca. Active in local youth group and great example for younger members.
4.0 GPA and Nat’l Merit Scholarship semifinalist. In BPA & competes in Accounting, Video Production, Financial Math, Analysis.
Participates in football, basketball, shot-put. Advice to younger students: try sports and clubs. Don’t be scared to try new things.
3 sport Varsity athlete, competing in football, basketball and baseball. Enjoys hunting and fishing.
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American Legion Post 46: 2nd Tue 7p. 105 7th Ave E. American Legion Auxiliary: 1st Thur 4p. 105 7th Ave E. Chamber of Commerce: 104 Main St. (208) 324-2711 City Hall: M-F 8-5. 152 E Ave A. (208) 325-8189 City Council: 1st & 3rd Tue 5:30p. Chris Barber, Brent Johnson, Jason Peterson, Bryan Craig Mayor: Dave Davis P&Z: 3rd Mon 6p DMV: M-F 7:30a-4:30p. 2151 S Tiger Dr. (208) 595-3300 Farmers Markets: Sat 9-1. June 3-Oct 14. Mt View Barn, 392 E 300 S. Fire: 911. 110 W Yakima. (208) 324-4258 Fit over 60: MWF 9a. Jerome Community Center. Food Pantries: First Presbyterian Church: 262 E Ave A. (208) 324-2972 Jerome County Mobile Pantry: 1st Thur of Feb, May, Aug, Nov. 213 3rd Ave E. (208) 404-6610 Martha & Mary’s Food Pantry: Mon 4-6p Fri 1-3p. 212 3rd Ave E. (208) 595-4839 Historical Society: 2nd Thu 6p at Historical Museum. Bring item show/tell. (see Museums) Library: M-Thu 9a-7p Fri-Sa 10-5. 100 1st Ave E. (208) 324-5427 Board Mtg: 2nd Tue 5:30p Events: Jerome.lili.org Medical Facilities: N Canyon Jerome Clinic: M-Su 8a-7p. 208-644-7507. 491 Heritage Drive St Luke’s Emergency Services: 24 hrs. 208-324-2004. 709 N Lincoln Ave Urgent Care of Jerome: M-Su 9-3. 208-324-2004. 133 W Ave A Museums: Historical Depot Museum: Tu-Sa 1-5. 212 1st Ave E. (208) 324-5641 (see Historical Soc) IFARM Museum, NE of 184/93 Junction. Open by appt and on Live History Day Northside Military Museum: W-Sa 1-5. 220 N Lincoln. (208) 595-8012 Police: 911. 124 S Lincoln Ave. (208) 324-4328 Post Office: M-F 9-5 Sat 9:30-11:30a. 154 1st Ave E. (208) 324-5381 Recreation District: M-F 5a-9p, Sa 7-7, Sun 10-4p. (208) 324-3389. 2032 S Lincoln Ave Rep Central Committee: 3rd Thu 7p. El Sombrero Restaurant, 143 W Main. (208) 420-1980 Occasionally at China Village , 123 S Alder. Call Mark Swenson to confirm location. Rotary: Tue Noon. China Village, 123 S Alder. School Board: 4th Tue 6ps. Senior Center: M-F 11:30a Lunch. $6. 4th Sun 11:30a Lunch. 520 N Lincoln. (208) 324-5642 1st & 3rd Sun 2-5p, Dance & Potluck, $5 donation. Bingo Day: 2nd & 4th Wed 12:45p Sales, 1:15p Calls. Bingo: Fri 4p Sales, 6p Calls. Line Dance: Tue 7-9p Tues Bunco: Mon 12:30p Pinochle: Tue Fri 12:30p Exercise Class: MWF 10:30 Square Dancing: Wed 7-9p Hand & Foot: Thu 12:30p Social Services: (208) 733-9351 Twin Falls. Social safety net. VFW Post 3001: 4th Tue 7p. 412 E 200 S. (208) 316-9300
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History 101—The Great Migration The Roman Empire was brought to its knees and thrust into oblivion & extinction in 410 A.D. Known as the “Great Migrations,” this was brought on by the Roman politicos giving the Germanic Tribes sanctuary and citizenship in Italy. King Alaric, a German and a Roman soldier sacked Rome in 410 A.D. This was the beginning of the end of the Roman Empire. The Germanic Tribes flooded in by the tens of thousands not to be stopped. In reality that was an invasion not a migration. (continued p40)
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(con’t from p38) During 2021 border patrol agents apprehended close to 2 million immigrants from 150 different countries, opening our borders to a vast threat of complex issues. From the Covid virus to illegal drugs such as Fentanyl, Meth and Heroin, to human trafficking, every aspect of our Nation’s health, safety and National Security has been and is being impacted! Mark Morgan, former Border Chief said “We have lost control of the Southwest border, there is no end in sight.” As in 410 A.D. America is following historically in the Roman Empire’s footsteps. The Reality is this is an Invasion, not a migration. Bret McKenzie. Sources: History of the World by EH Grombrich; Fall of the Roman Empire by Edward Gibbons; Epoch Times.
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Being an investigative child, I noticed details of her beauty parlor. Spiky black hair curlers, Back in the late 1950’s, mom loved styling bobby-pins and brushes to the right of a the hair of her two young daughters. She round antique style mirror; black combs took small amounts of damp locks wrapping with pointy handles sticking out from a tall them around her finger, a few strands at a clear glass of fresh water. I also noticed one time. Curls resulted in all around bouncy silver hair trimmer with a black and white uniform ringlets, fashionable for little girls of striped cord, a wide plug-in and its case, and that time. Mother often dressed her daugh- a muted blue/green spin-around barber's ters in fancy pastel look alike dresses, chair, firmly planted in front of the parlor mostly homemade, for a variety of special mirror on a short dresser which formerly occasions. White, stiff and full petticoats belonged to a wooden antique bedroom made the skirts poof out even more. Recall- furniture set. I knew this because my mom ing a crunching sound with each and every had a similar completed bedroom set in her skip, feeling like a real standout, I was one of master bedroom. those girls! The barber’s chair looked like it had years of On a particular event, Grandmother Nana use as evidenced by uneven cracks with bought us each a fancy store-bought dress, little white frayed threads stretching its then whispered quietly that we were going leather upholstery. The foot pedals and armto ‘Surprise our Mother’! I figured this was rests were made of silver stainless steel. one of her many secrets. My older sister and Nana left us in Bertha’s capable hands. “I’ll I were both so excited to surprise mom, be back later,” Grandmother waved. I although Cheryl seemed a little bit suspicious. We hadn’t been informed of the sur- cranked my neck as far as I could to see through the cat screen, taking in a glimpse prise. Perhaps it would be a bouquet of of the back part of Nana’s Buick as she flowers, a scarf or a lovely necklace. drove out of sight, dust trailing down the Somehow our Grandmother talked our road near the trees. mother into letting us go with her for the afternoon, but instead of going to her house Turning back to the parlor, a short piece of two by four board lay balanced across the she passed town and headed west toward arm rests for a child to sit on. “Who could the Snake River, which winds around the that be for?” I wondered. Bertha summoned outskirts of Hagerman Valley. “Hum,“ we me to climb up. It was a long climb! Once at wondered. “Where could we be going?” the top, I turned carefully sitting obediently We drove way out into the country and after on the board, my legs dangling. It was very a while we rode off the paved highway, flat and hard. Bertha indicated that her son, down a windy dirt lane, by many trees, to a Paul, was waiting outside to play a game of white 1940’s home. We were greeted by tag. I noticed the look of annoyance on my Nana’s friend who opened the screen door sister’s face, as she reluctantly complied. just wide enough for a kitty to slip by. I looked at my reflection in the mirror. While Bertha, a small sturdy lady, sported sandy admiring my freshly curled light blond ringcolored hair, with short free lance wind lets in the round reflection, Bertha flipped a blown curls. Wearing a printed cotton beige plastic apron up in the air. As my eyes foldress with tiny blue flowers and green lowed the apron, it floated in slow motion leaves, her thin waistline balanced a fabric falling like a falcon hunting for prey silently matching belt. She wore cream colored onto my lap. Something was up! Bertha tied chunky heels with rounded pointy toes, apron strings around my neck, holding up thick beige nylon stockings with a seam up my long hair. the back and a gray striped apron with three It seemed that my sister and I had hair that large front pockets. The back door of her was admired by many of Mother's friends. home, led into her ultimate home-based This was evidenced by their kind conversabusiness: Bertha’s Country Beauty Partions about us, smiles and comments. Cerlor! She seemed eager to get started!
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Growing up in Hagerman Valley (continued from p41) tainly Bertha would compliment me, as well. was small with a soft plastic hat. It had a long round tube that fell over the shoulder I was waiting for her words, however, she of the one getting their hair dried. was all business! Then as the moment of truth rolled around, “Stay under here”, Bertha said. Then she turned on the very hot air blast. Now it Bertha picked up a pair of long sharp black seemed like I was in a hot air balloon ready and silver scissors. I heard her snip them to take off! My imagination got the best of several times for the warm-up above my ears. Perhaps she was going to do some sew- me! Would the circus be able to get me down? ing. Bertha turned her attention to my sister, Then the inevitable! Those darn scissors who was summoned into the beauty parlor. began chopping off my bouncy locks. Fresh morning ringlets fell to the floor on that dark Now, from under the huge bluish/green hot gray rubber mat. I bent down and stared at air balloon, I tried to get my sister's attenthe base of the barber’s chair. My mind was tion by pointing straight up to my own head. Would she recognize who I was? She, of a whirl of disbelief, as I thought, “Maybe course, couldn’t see my hair under the drier they could be taped back on!” “Please look and shrugged her shoulders. Cheryl had no straight ahead,” Bertha directed. In a moment of haze, I recalled back to when idea about what was to come next. I squeezed my eyes shut for a few seconds I myself had cut the long blond ponytail off asking the bluebird of happiness for some of my sister’s 1959 original Barbie doll with the black and white striped strapless bathing help. I remembered seeing it yesterday on the lawn picking up worms. “Over here, suit. This was payback time! “So sorry sister!” I thought that Barbie’s hair would grow could use some assistance!” Up on the barber’s chair my sister climbed as back! I watched and closed my eyes again. The I’m guessing that there must have been thought occurred to me, “Mom is not going some kind of communication mix-up beto like this!” Now our hair won’t wrap tween our Grandma Nana and Bertha. Cut around her fingers. the hair could mean trim, or trim the hair What lovely curls!” Mom's friends would could mean cut. Nana was a little bit free often say, when they noticed the little Sandy willed. She had her own vision! However, even to this young child, the mirror told the Sisters dressed alike, hair combed in uniform tale of my new very short, close to the head bouncy long ringlets. Confidence faded into a distant memory of this little girl. haircut. I barely recognized myself! The bangs were shortened up to that 1950’s Next, my older sister went through the same uneven little girl’s look. I noticed lots of high process, as my head got hotter and hotter forehead showing! under the space balloon. I’m sure by now, I Next, a strong smelly solution was applied to was nearing the moon! It wasn’t enough that my reconstructed hair. It made my eyes wa- it happened to me, now I had to witness my sister’s curls being chopped off. My eyes ter! I heard the words ‘Now we will apply’, whatever that meant! Looking out the win- went up and down, as I followed them to the floor. dow, I saw my sister run by again in the other direction, way ahead of Bertha's “Won’t your mother be surprised!” I could younger son. Cheryl’s pretty ringlets bounc- read Betha’s lips from inside the spaceship. ing in the breeze. “Run for your life!” I The heat was getting more intolerable. It wanted to warn her through the window! seemed like my sister’s time went much It seemed to take forever to put my hair into faster, possibly because she didn’t have to be reminded to sit still. those flat silver pin curls. There must have been a thousand! Then, Bertha motioned me Finally, it was time for my sister and I to to jump down! She pointed to a giant upside trade places. I was glad to get out because it down blueish/green cone shaped hair dryer appeared I was approaching mercury and that looked like a spaceship. I’d never seen ready to melt! (to be continued in Dec) one like that before! Our hair dryer at home
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