Magic Valley News, April 2022

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TOURS: meet at old Bank parking lot Jan 15 EAGLE TREE TOUR 5:30p Jan 16 WINTER BIRDS TOUR 8:30a Mar TBD SAGE GROUSE TOUR 6:30a Mar TBD SANDHILL CRANE TOUR 5:30p June TBD HUMMINGBIRD TOUR July TBD MT BLUEBIRD TRAIL TOUR Aug TBD WINDMILLS & DAMS TOUR Sept TBD HISTORIC RITTER ISLAND Oct TBD OWL BOX INSTALLATION TOUR Nov TBD SHEEP RETURN TOUR PRE-REGISTER AND GET TOUR NOTIFICATIONS

FESTIVALS: Hagerman Memorial Gym Mar 18: ANTIQUES & CRAFTS NOON-5p To build this circulation, we plan to estab- Mar 19: ANTIQUES & CRAFTS 10a-5p Mar 20: ANTIQUES & CRAFTS 11a-3p lish free newsletter pickup availability May 21: THE GREAT OUTDOORS 10a-5p with and in local Buhl businesses. May 22: THE GREAT OUTDOORS 10a-4p This April issue contains “city headers” for MARKETS, SEPTOBERFEST: Buhl, Gooding, Hagerman & Wendell, 1071 E 2900 S, Hagerman each with a local community calendar, June 19-Aug 28: FARMERS MARKETS and will include info ads from the Mayor, Sundays 11-3. Free spaces. Food, Crafts, Produce, Live Music city agencies, Chamber of Commerce, Sept 4: “SEPTOBERFEST” 11a-5p Library, Senior Center, the local school All vendors welcome. and district plus local non-profits includFree spaces. Live Music ing churches. FESTIVALS: Hagerman Memorial Gym Dec 10: CHRISTMAS EXTRAVAGANZA 12-5 In addition to local calendars, there is a central, community-wide Events Calendar Dec 11: CHRISTMAS EXTRAVAGANZA 10-3 of interest to everyone in Magic Valley. Please let us know what you think! Ideas & Suggestions Welcome! (208) 536-0094

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Hello! What a great opportunity since we no longer have a hometown paper. My name is Pamela McClain, and I was sworn in as Buhl’s 37th mayor in January 2022. I am the 2nd female mayor in Buhl. I served on the Buhl City Council for 16 years and the Buhl School Board for 6 years before that.

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Buhl Calendar 17 Su Church of Jesus Christ LDS: 9a. Easter Parade: 9:30a. Public Library Easter Egg Hunt: 10a. Popplewell 18 M City Council: 6:30p. City Hall. 20 W Planting & Story Time: 10a. Library Magic V Rep Women: 12p. El Cazador 21 Th Rotary: Noon. Pasta Palace 22 F WEMA: 6:30a. Pasta Palace 23 Su Church of Jesus Christ LDS: 9a. West End Senior Center: 1p. Brunch 27 W Kiwanis: Noon. El Cazador 28 Th Rotary: Noon. Pasta Palace 30 Sa MAGIC VALLEY BOWHUNTERS Border Challenge 3-D Trail Shoot Brandon Higley, 208-308-4267 Larry Hayes, 208-308-4266 1 Su MAGIC VALLEY BOWHUNTERS magicvalleybowhunters@gmail.com Church of Jesus Christ LDS: 9a. West End Senior Center: 1p. Brunch


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Gooding Calendar Su Church of Jesus Christ LDS: 9a Tu GJSD Board Mtg: 7p. District Office Gooding County Fairgrounds Sa STEAM Activity: 11-2p. Doggie Easter Egg Hunt: 2-3p. 10 Su Church of Jesus Christ LDS: 9a 12 Tu Gooding Republican Central Committee 7p. Meeting room next to P&Z. 17 Su Church of Jesus Christ LDS: 9a 24 Su Church of Jesus Christ LDS: 9a 3 5 9

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LEVIES & PRIMARY CANDIDATES SCHOOL DISTRICT NO. 232, GOODING COUNTY, STATE OF IDAHO. May 17, 2022 QUESTION: Shall the Board of Trustees of School District No. 232, Gooding County, State of Idaho, be authorized and empowered to levy a Supplemental Levy in the amount of six hundred thousand and no/ dollars ($600,000.00) per year for two (2) years, commencing with the fiscal year beginning July 1, 2022 and ending June 30, 2024, for the purpose of financing any lawful expenses of maintaining and operating the District; all as provided in the Resolution adopted by the Board of Trustees on March 15, 2022? The estimated average annual cost to the taxpayer on the proposed levy is a tax of $116.64 per $100,000 of taxable assessed value, per year, based on current conditions. The proposed levy replaces an existing levy that will expire on June 30, 2022 and that currently costs $116.64 per $100,000 of taxable assessed value. If the proposed levy is approved, the tax per $100,000 of taxable assessed value is not expected to change. HAGERMAN FIRE PROTECTION DISTRICT, GOODING & TWIN FALLS COUNTIES, IDAHO MAY 17, 2022. Shall the Board of Commissioners of Hagerman Fire Protection District be authorized to levy a temporary override levy in the amount of $125,000 per year for a period of two (2) years commencing with the fiscal year beginning 2023, for the purpose of defraying personnel costs associated with provisions for licensed services by the Hagerman Fire Protection District, 24 hours a day, 365 days a year, as provided in the resolution of the Hagerman Fire Protection District adopted on March 14, 2022? The estimated average annual cost to the taxpayer of the proposed levy based on the date above is a tax of $45.50 per $100,000 of taxable assessed value, based on current conditions. The proposed levy replaces an existing levy that will expire on September 30, 2022, and that currently costs $45.50 per $100,000 of the taxable assessed value. If the proposed levy is approved, the tax per $100,000 of taxable assessed value is expected to remain the same. The proposed levy will be assessed over two (2) years.

GOODING COUNTY PRIMARY ELECTION County Commissioner District #2: Mark Bolduc County Commissioner District #3: Ron Buhler County Clerk: Denise Gill County Treasurer: Christina “Tine” Wines County Assessor: Justin Baldwin County Coroner: Patrick Curtis Precinct Committeemen: P2 Gooding City: Susan Bolton, Helen Hopkins P3 Gooding Rural: John Reed, Louis Leguineche P4 Wendell City: Donald Bunn P5 Wendell Rural: Gene Wisniewski P6 Bliss: Mike Elliott P7 Hagerman: Frank Knight IDAHO LEGISLATIVE DISTRICT #24 Senator: Jim Patrick, Glenneda Zuiderveld House A: Chenele Dixon, Tori Orgain-Wakewood House B: Creighton Knight, Steve Miller

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SAVE THE DATE May 2 In-Person early voting May 6-7 Hagerman HS Plant Sale May 13 END In-Person Early Vote May 17 Primary Election Day May 21-22 The Great Outdoors Market & Festival June 29 Hagerman Fireworks and Army Band in City Park July 1, 2, 3, 4 Buhl Sagebrush Days Nov 8 General Election Day

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SUPPORT THE FOUNDATION We Make a Difference NEWSLETTER: This month the newsletter is expanding to Buhl! We printed 5,000 copies! COMMUNITY BUSINESS CENTER: Lower your print costs on posters, trifolds, handout cards, envelopes, signs. Call (208) 536-0094 TOURS: A big thanks to Mark Henslee, for showing us your sheep ranch in February! What a ranch! We love those sheep!

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F Absentee Ballot Access Begins W Wendell VFW Mtg: 1900. 610 W Main Gooding County Fairgrounds Sa STEAM Activity: 11-2p. Doggie Easter Egg Hunt: 2-3p. Tu Gooding Republican Central Committee 7p. Gooding Mtg room next to P&Z. F Blood Drive: 9a-3p. First Christian Church, Buhl W Magic Valley Rep Women: 12p. El Cazador, Buhl Voter Preregistration Deadline F Sa Fly Fishing Expo: 10a-1p. The Barn, Jerome. No Fee Buhl-MAGIC VALLEY BOWHUNTERS Border Challenge 3-D Trail Shoot Brandon Higley, 208-308-4267 Larry Hayes, 208-308-4266 Su Buhl-MAGIC VALLEY BOWHUNTERS Border Challenge 3-D Trail Shoot magicvalleybowhunters@gmail.com

We saw thousands of sandhill cranes in our March tour. The next tour will be the Mt Blue Birds sometime in July. MARKETS & FESTIVALSThe annual Antiques & Crafts Market was a real hit! The Great Outdoors Market & Festival is coming soon, May 21-22. Don’t miss it. Stuffed with outdoor equipment vendors, outdoor fun workshops, bird watching field trips, maybe even a kayak float - plus free kid’s crafts! Please call or text (208) 536-0094 Now Hiring Seniors 55 & Older 20 Hours or More per Week Minimum Wage $7.25 per hour

ABOUT THE PROGRAM This Department of Labor federal grant program assists lowincome, unemployed people at least 55 years old with part-time employment with 501(c)3 non-profit organizations such as the Hagerman Valley Foundation. A DUAL MISSION This program has a dual mission - Community Service and Employment. Partners such as the Hagerman Valley Foundation, often need help but don’t have the hiring resources. The DOL pays a stipend to the seniors while they work for the nonprofit. This provides older workers with a chance to use their experience in community service. HAGERMAN VALLEY FOUNDATION: The Foundation is very pleased to consider all qualified applicants. Our broad schedule of events and activities provides plenty of opportunities for interested and qualified individuals. We train. Please call us today. (208) 536-0094


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HAGERMAN FIRE DISTRICT By Tim Peterson, Fire Chief The past 18 to 24 months have been a very busy time for us at Hagerman Fire/EMS. Like most emergency service agencies in the Magic Valley we have experienced all time high call volumes due to growth and the COVID pandemic. In 2021 we had a total call volume of 417 calls for service, our EMS Division “QRU” accounted for 303 of these calls. The COVID pandemic has been hard on our community as well as our agency. Even with our personnel vaccinated, wearing masks, gloves, gowns, and eye protection there were very few of our EMS personnel that did not end up contracting COVID from incident related contact. We did have a couple of EMT’s that chose to retire due to their age and underlying medical conditions. There have been some positive things for the community and our agency, in June of 2021 we were notified that our grant application to the State of Idaho Department of Commerce had been granted for the purchase of a new Type 1 Structure Engine and a new Type 4 Wildland Engine. This is a almost a $750,000 project, our matching funds for this project will be $260.000. The order for these engines was made in August of 2021, the down side is that the supply chain issues we are all seeing are effecting our delivery date on the apparatus. We are hoping to receive the Type 4 Wildland Engine by fall of 2022 and our Type 1 Structure Engine by the spring of 2023. We had a retirement from one of our Fire

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Commissioners last October, Fire Board Chairman Mark Bolduc bid us farewell after serving the department and community for 43 years. The Board appointed a new commissioner in January of this year, Ricky Fritz is now serving as our new Commissioner. Mike Henslee has taken the helm as Fire Board Chairman, Kirt Martin holds the other Commissioner seat. In May of 2020 we asked the community for support of a two year temporary levy of $125,000 per year. With the community’s support the levy passed. This has been the pivotal funding that our EMS Division “QRU” requires to be able to continue provide the level of service that our community requires. About $100,000 of the $125,000 is used to keep the EMS Division “QRU” operating. With the approaching election coming in May we again are asking for your support to extend the temporary $125,000 per year levy for another two years. With spring approaching we remind everyone to be cautious with controlled burning. Notify us of your burning operation, (208-837-4552) have water available, be proper distance from structures, be in attendance the entire time, have enough help to safely conduct the burn, fully extinguish when complete, and be finished by sundown. The forecast from the National Interagency Fire Center is for our drought conditions to continue again this fire season. Hope to see everyone at the Annual Easter Egg Hunt on April 16th. The event will be held at the City Park at 10:00am. Space compliments of the Foundation

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F Lunch & Bingo: Noon. Senior Center. Su Calvary Chapel Service: 10a Church of Jesus Christ LDS: 10a Community of Christ SS: 10a, Serv. 11a St Catherine’s Mass: 10a Christian Center Celebration: 10:30a Valley Baptist Worship Service: 11a M Fit Over 60: 9a. Prince Memorial Gym Lunch & Bridge Club: Noon. Sr Center Life Recovery: 6:30p. Christian Center. Tu Fit Over 60: 9a. Prince Memorial Gym W Lunch: Noon. Senior Center Bible Study: 6:30p. Christian Center Bible Study: 6:45p. Calvary Chapel. Bible Study: 7p. Community of Christ City Council: 7p. Hagerman City Hall Th Fit Over 60: 9a. Prince Memorial Gym Mass: 6p. St. Catherine’s Prayer Mtg: 6p. Valley Baptist Church F Lunch & Bingo: Noon. Senior Center Su Calvary Chapel Service: 10a Church of Jesus Christ LDS: 10a Community of Christ SS: 10a, Serv: 11a St Catherine’s Mass: 10a Christian Center Celebration: 10:30a Valley Baptist Worship Service: 11a M Fit Over 60: 9a. Prince Memorial Gym Lunch & Bridge Club: Noon. Sr Center HJSD Board Meeting: 6p. HS Rm #7 Life Recovery: 6:30p. Christian Center. Tu Fit Over 60: 9a. Prince Memorial Gym P&Z: 7p. City Hall W Lunch: Noon. Hagerman Senior Center Bible Study: 6:30p. Christian Center Bible Study: 6:45p. Calvary Chapel. Bible Study: 7p. Community of Christ Th Fit Over 60: 9a. Prince Memorial Gym Library Board Mtg: 5:30p. Library Mass: 6p. St. Catherine’s Prayer Mtg: 6p. Valley Baptist Church F Lunch & Bingo: Noon. Senior Center

Community Helping Hands Hagerman Food Bank Tu 2:30p-5:00p Th 10a-2p communityhh@outlook.com (208) 731-7974 (208) 404-2821

Hagerman City Hall Mon-Fri 9-12p, 1p-4p (208) 837-6636

Hagerman Museum Open Fri, Sat, Sun 1-4 (208) 837-6288

16 Sa Annual Easter Egg Hunt: 10a. City Park 17 Su Calvary Chapel Service: 10a Church of Jesus Christ LDS: 10a Community of Christ SS: 10a, Serv. 11a St Catherine’s Mass: 10a Christian Center Celebration: 10:30a Valley Baptist Worship Service: 11a 18 M Fit Over 60: 9a. Prince Memorial Gym Lunch & Bridge Club: Noon. Sr Center Life Recovery: 6:30p. Christian Center. 19 Tu Fit Over 60: 9a. Prince Memorial Gym 20 W Lunch: Noon. Hagerman Senior Center Bible Study: 6:30p. Christian Center Bible Study: 6:45p. Calvary Chapel. Bible Study: 7p. Community of Christ City Council: 7p. Hagerman City Hall 21 Th Fit Over 60: 9a. Prince Memorial Gym Mass: 6p. St. Catherine’s Prayer Mtg: 6p. Valley Baptist Church 22 F Lunch & Bingo: Noon. Senior Center 24 Su Calvary Chapel Service: 10a Church of Jesus Christ LDS: 10a Community of Christ SS: 10a, Serv. 11a St Catherine’s Mass: 10a Christian Center Celebration: 10:30a Valley Baptist Worship Service: 11a 25 M Fit Over 60: 9a. Prince Memorial Gym Lunch & Bridge Club: Noon. Sr Center Life Recovery: 6:30p. Christian Center. 26 Tu Fit Over 60: 9a. Prince Memorial Gym 37 W Lunch: Noon. Senior Center Bible Study: 6:30p. Christian Center Bible Study: 6:45p. Calvary Chapel. Bible Study: 7p. Community of Christ 28 Th Fit Over 60: 9a. Prince Memorial Gym Mass: 6p. St. Catherine’s Prayer Mtg: 6p. Valley Baptist Church 29 F Lunch & Bingo: Noon. Senior Center

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Hagerman Post Office Mon-Fri 7:45a-1p; 2p-4:15p

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We all prayerfully encourage each other to listen when others speak, keep it confidential, & work on our own issues. Our hearts break for all who are hurting, grieving, struggling, confused, oppressed, depressed, isolated, lonely, stuck in life behaviors that steal their joy, & don't know what hospital for our souls to turn to for safe & encouraging support. All are welcome to join us as we all continue learn "One Day at a Time" how to receive God's Restoration and Freedom.

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Serving Christ in Our Community & Beyond

Celebrate with Us! (208) 423-1114 SUNDAY: Worship 11am THURSDAY: Prayer 6pm Log into Amazon, select Hagerman Valley Foundation as the charity. Order. HVF receives .05% of the order amount. The easiest way to select Hagerman Valley Foundation, is to open HagermanValleyFoundation.org, and click on Amazon Smile. This only needs to be done once.

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F Lunch: Noon. Senior Center 24 Su Living Waters: SS: 9:15, Worship: 10:30 Church of Jesus Christ LDS: 9a Living Waters: SS: 9:15, Worship: 10:30 Su Berean Bible Study: 10, Worship: 11 Church of Jesus Christ LDS: 9a 25 M Lunch: Noon. Senior Center Berean Bible Study: 10, Worship: 11 M Lunch: Noon. Senior Center 29 F Lunch: Noon. Senior Center W VFW Meeting: 1900. 610 W Main St F Lunch: Noon. Senior Center Wendell Senior Center, 380 1st Ave East, Lunch Mondays & Fridays Su Living Waters: SS: 9:15, Worship: 10:30 Church of Jesus Christ LDS: 9a Berean Bible Study: 10, Worship: 11 Wendell Free Store, 375 1st Ave E, Tues 11-2 Thurs 2-5 M Lunch: Noon. Senior Center Clothes Housewares F Lunch: Noon. Senior Center Su Living Waters: SS: 9:15, Worship: 10:30 Church of Jesus Christ LDS: 9a Berean Bible Study: 10, Worship: 11 M Lunch: Noon. Senior Center F Lunch: Noon. Senior Center

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Pete’s Patch: Every time I drive through Hagerman at night time on Highway 30 I think that someone has turned out the lights. Main street or Highway 30 needs the attention of the City Council. They need to solve this problem. We, the city, have been incredibly lucky no one has been killed, but some have been hit in the past. We have had more than one person hit going from bar to bar. Salmon street and Highway 30 has low output street lights. The one on the east side of Highway 30 on Salmon street has none. At night at the busiest corner in town we desperately need to upgrade the lighting on Highway 30 throughout town. So it looks more inviting to stop and enjoy. If you feel like I do make your feelings heard and go to a Council Meeting and tell them how you feel. If you see a Council member talk to them - it’s their job. Till Next time, Pete.

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Alley, Timothy Roy. 62, passed Mar 16, 2022 at home. Gooding Anderson, Shirley D. Peterson. 98, passed Mar 18, 2022 at home. Wendell Blunt, Vickie Eileen. 59, passed Mar 16, 2022 at home. Bliss Ellifrits, Russell, 56, passed Mar 1, 2022 at home. Wendell Gobbi, Joe. 87, passed Mar 6, 2022 in Idaho Falls. Gooding Magnelli, Barbara Ann. 76, passed Mar 21, 2022 in Twin Falls. Gooding Mays, Sandra “Kay”. 75 passed Feb 22,2022 in Sun City. Gooding McClain, Paul Bailey. 73, passed Mar 15, 2022 in his home in Gooding. Gooding Murray, Jason Nathaniel Braun, 45, passed Feb 5, 2022 in San Diego. Gooding Ptacek, Joseph Jr. 60, passed Mar 3, 2022 in Meridian. Hagerman Quintero, Linda. 54, passed Mar 6, 2022 at home. Hagerman Romans, Alan C. 62, passed Feb 26, 2022 at home. Gooding Romans, Ethel M. 91, passed Mar 4, 2022 in Gooding. Gooding Rosen, Durk Smith. 65, passed Feb 26, 2022 at home. Bliss Sauerwein, Annie Marie. 54, passed Mar 25, 2022 in Gooding. Gooding. Simerly, Toni Ann. 72, passed Mar 15, 2022 at home. Wendell Seifert, Barbara A. 89, passed Mar 8, 2022 in Gooding. Gooding Thomas, Linda. 71, passed Mar 16, 2022 in Boise. Fairfiield Varin, William “Bill” S. 95, passed Mar 6, 2022 in Gooding. Gooding Varin, Jerry Alton. 72, passed Mar 18, 2022 in Wendell. Gooding Ward, Edith. 92, passed Mar 7, 2022 in Boise. Wendell This space is compliments of Hagerman Valley Foundation

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