Happy Fourth of July
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CLEARWATER TRIBUNE Two Sections
Volume 98, Number 26 Thursday, June 30, 2011 Published every Thursday at Orofino, Idaho 83544 - Clearwater County - Second Class (USPS 117-340) Section One
Orofino’s 4th of July
By Dee Burgett, 476-7475
The Fourth of July is celebrated Dorie Stacy, Wendy Gebhart, Melinda Davidson, Amy Jared, Me-
to commemorate our nation’s in- lissa Brouwers, Melissa Skiles, JaNean Bradshaw, Shelly McFeron
Where have all dependence from Great Britain. and Julie Jared (l to r) at last year’s Pierce-Weippe Chamber Wine
our children gone? Across the nation, we gather for
Wine tasting in
This “little” guy was born at parades, barbeques, and concerts
CVH in May of 1959 and lived in with friends and family to cele-
Orofino through second grade. brate this grand day.
As Independence Day approach-
Pierce July 9
His first grade teacher was Mrs.
Bonner and his second grade es we invite you to join us as we
teacher was Mrs. Sturgess. His celebrate our nation’s birth and
mom was born in Orofino as recognize our veterans for their
well and his dad worked for the contribution and service to our The 2011 Pierce-Weippe Cham- leberry Mead, Raspberry Mead,
White Pine Lumber Co. and U.S. country. ber of Commerce Wine Tasting and Strawberry Mead.
Forest Service. All military veterans are cordial- promises to be a lovely and relax-
He remembers many of his ly invited to partake in Orofino’s ing evening. You are invited Sat- Cost of sampling is $20 per per-
childhood friends and relatives Fourth of July parade celebration urday, July 9, 6 – 8:30 p.m. to the son and includes six tastes of
whose names are still familiar to be held Monday, July 4 at 5:30 Timber Inn Courtyard in Pierce. wine, a delicious and abundant
around Orofino today. Names p.m. For those veterans unable to Camas Prairie Winery of Moscow array of hors d’oeuvres and a
like Frensdorf, Lesmeister, Clay, walk in the parade, transporta- will be providing 10 wines for chance at winning a door prize.
Chase, Plank, Donner, Beason, tion will provided by means of a sampling: Pinot Gris, Chardon- Several wine goodie baskets will
Orofino’s All American Fireworks Show will begin at 10:10 p.m. Claffey, Schilling, Nygaard and celebratory float. For more infor- nay, Lemberger, Merlot, Cabernet, be available for purchase by silent
mation, veterans can contact Oro-
Orofino 4th of July
Krupa to name a few. White Riesling, Wild Plum, Huck- auction.
He wasn’t immune to getting fino VFW Post 3296 at 476-4117.
What is Show & Shine?
into trouble on occasion. His This year’s theme is “Sweet Land
fireworks show is Monday (short lived) favorite pastime as of Liberty.” We welcome all local
a child in the early 60’s in the businesses, OCI teens, boy/girl
Car shows can be huge commer- The possibilities are unlimited
Many activities are planned for Donna Herrick, who is the lead summertime was to nibble the scouts, 4-H members, car clubs,
cial events with hundreds or even and usually quite diversified.
Monday’s All-American 4th of July singer of the band, is related to ends of ice cream sandwiches motorcycle clubs, healthcare fa-
thousands of vehicles on display, The event includes some friendly
Celebration. the Spence family of Orofino. She in their pouches in the freezer cilities, the Humane Society,
or they can be small, hometown competition among participants,
The 5th Annual 4th of July River got her start at the annual Bon- at the Glenwood IGA, then care- kids/pets and even clowns to par-
shows with only a few vehicles. with awards given in various cat-
Raft Race will take place at 2 p.m. ner Mountain Music Festival and fully placing them back in their ticipate and make this a fun filled
The Orofino Show & Shine falls in egories, which are judged by the
A parade honoring our veterans has since toured all around the nooks. This went on for most day in Orofino. Entry forms are
the average range for local, non- participants themselves.
will begin at 5:30 p.m. The Rotary country. “We want to come back of that summer until a wary available at the Orofino Chamber
profit promoters, and typically at- Traditionally, Show & Shine
BBQ begins at 4 p.m. and the Ro- to Idaho for the clean air and wa- Wayne “Eliot Ness” Pippenger of Commerce, Clearwater Tribune,
tracts 75-100+ vehicles. events are extremely popular with
tary Log Drive will take place at 7 ter,” says Donna. caught the five year-old bandit and Video Flicks.
It’s the perfect-sized show and exhibitors and spectators alike.
p.m. in the act, nipping a life of crime Parade line-up for veterans and
gives everyone a chance to see ev- It’s an opportunity for the exhibi-
Live music by hit recording art- Although the Orofino Chamber in the bud. others who want to participate
erything in a relaxing and friend- tor to show off his or her accom-
ists Herrick will start at 7:30 p.m. of Commerce has been successful Can you guess this week’s will form at the Orofino V.F.W. on
ly environment. There’s plenty plishments and possibly establish
at the City Park Gazebo. A Free with raising funds so far in 2011, Mystery Child? Michigan Ave. at 4:45 p.m., with
of time to actually visit with the some bragging rights among their
Professional Fireworks Show by those funds are used to cover Last week’s Mystery Children the parade starting at 5:30 p.m.
owner or builder of the vehicle peers. It’s a time to renew old ac-
Entertainment Express Fireworks, many different expenses, such as were Leann Hutchins, standing As in the past, the parade will pro-
and learn the history involved in quaintances, make new friends,
Inc. of Olympia, WA will light up everyday operations of the Cham- to the left of Tammy and Kristy ceed down Michigan Avenue and
their accomplishments. and involve the public in the won-
the night sky at 10:10 p.m. ber (rent, heat, phone, payroll, Hueth. continue onto Johnson Avenue.
Many top exhibitors travel from derful world of automotive his-
For more information contact etc.) as well as event organization Leann is the daughter of El- The V.F.W. Color Guard, Ladies
all over the northwest to partici- tory.
the Orofino Chamber of Com- and funding. The Chamber still don and Lela (Wilson) Hutchins. Auxiliary and the veteran’s float
pate in the Orofino Show & Shine, For the spectator, a Show &
merce at 476-4335. needs donations to continue of- She grew up in Weippe, and will proceed into Orofino City Park
as well as many local enthusiasts Shine offers the opportunity to
“Things are really ramping up fering a free fireworks show, free graduated from Timberline High for the flag raising ceremony.
who live in Clearwater County. view, admire, and experience
and we are excited to offer the live music, and advertising for the School in 1976 and earned a We look forward to celebrating
The overall quality of vehicles (Cont on pg 10)
crowd some great entertainment public’s enjoyment. business degree from LCSC in this grand day and recognizing
exhibited in Orofino has always
this year,” reports Joe Pippenger, Please consider donating to 2007. the value of our American sol-
diers. When you meet a veteran,
been outstanding, with many top Six-day weather forecast
Chamber President. “We wanted continue the Chamber’s Fourth Leann married a Weippe man, winning vehicles on display. THURSDAY-Mostly sunny, with
to offer everyone something differ- of July, All American celebration. Frank Norris, and they have please take time to acknowledge
The Orofino Show & Shine a high near 70. West wind be-
ent and we are pleased to be able Please mail donations to: Orofino been married for 33 years. They and thank these distinguished
Planning Committee will host tween 5 and 10 mph.
to introduce Herrick, they really Chamber of Commerce P.O. Box have two children, Melissa and men and women for their dedicat-
the eighth annual Show & Shine THURSDAY NIGHT-Mostly
are quite a big deal.” 2346 Orofino, ID 83544. Michael, and two grandchildren, ed service and unceasing sacrifice
scholarship fundraiser Saturday, clear, with a low around 50. West
Justin and Ryan. Leann is pres- for our freedom.
July 16 from 8 a.m. until 2 p.m. southwest wind.
ently living in Lewiston helping The Fourth of July should be
at Orofino City Park. The public FRIDAY-Sunny, with a high
to care for her father. a reaffirmation and a reminder
is invited. For more information near 76. Light and variable wind.
Tammy and Kristy are the to all of us that this country is
contact Tim McTevia at (208) 476- FRIDAY NIGHT-Mostly clear,
daughters of Gordon and Mary worth fighting for. Please show
7569, or Tommy Atkinson at (208) with a low around 51.
Alice (Wilson) Hueth of Weippe. your support for our veterans by
476-3376. SATURDAY-Sunny, with a high
Tammy graduated from THS attending this 9th Annual Fourth
In a nutshell, a Show & Shine near 86.
in 1976, and in 1988 from of July parade and celebration. As
is an opportunity for proud en- SATURDAY NIGHT-Mostly clear,
LCSC with a RN degree. She has always, volunteers to help coordi-
thusiasts to shine up their special with a low around 52.
worked at Tri-State Care Center nate this event are welcome and
vehicles and show them to each SUNDAY-Sunny, with a high
in Clarkston, Orofino Care Cen- appreciated.
other and to present them to the near 85.
ter and CVHC. public. SUNDAY NIGHT-Mostly clear,
Presently, Tammy is not work-
ing due to a disability, and she 30 year class reunion At an open show such as the
Orofino Show & Shine, these ve-
with a low around 52.
and her husband, Russell Trieb, schedule changes hicles include cars, trucks, mo- with a high near 83.
still reside in Weippe. Married Plans have changed for the Oro- torcycles, or whatever has wheels MONDAY NIGHT-Mostly clear,
for 33 years, their children are fino High School Class of 1981 and an engine. The vehicles can with a low around 52.
Brian and Renee, and grand- 30 year class reunion. Due to a be brand new, very old, or some- TUESDAY-Sunny, with a high
children are Sydney and Olyvia. lack of classmates being able to where in between. They can be near 88.
Jensen Family Farm & Bakery of Orofino is the latest “kid-pre- Kristy, the youngest in the attend, the reunion will be held antiques, original classics, re- This weather forecast is provid-
neur” venture at the Orofino Farmers Market, held Tuesday af- photo, graduated from THS Friday night only, July 1, 6 p.m. stored oldies, muscle cars, cus- ed by the National Weather Ser-
ternoons, 3 to 6 p.m, at Orofino City Park. From left to right in 1977. She was a dental as- at the Brass Rail. tomized street rods, or rat rods. vice in Missoula, MT.
are Colbie (11), Casie (13) and Colton (11). The 3C’s are the chil- sistant for awhile and later at-
dren of Johnnie Jensen of Orofino, and yes, Colbie and Colton are tended cosmetology school in
twins. At this June 21 Market, the Jensens were offering brownie Kalispell, MT, in 2010.
cupcakes and plants - including strawberries, chives, thornless Currently she lives and works
raspberries. Oh, and delicious brownie cupcakes. Stay tuned to in Browning, MT, with her hus-
Market happenings by dropping your email in the slot at www. band of 24 years, Buddy Sin-
OrofinoFarmersMarket.com Clair. They have two children,
Daniel and Garrison.
Wilma Hartig of Lewiston, who
grew up with Leann, Tammy
and Kristy, was the first and
only person to correctly identify
Seeking Mystery Children
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A Tribune Glimpse of the Past........................................................
OLD IDAHO INN - Dovie Jackson (shown with arms around her son, Bill) owned the Idaho Inn for
a short time in 1951. The unidentified persons to the right worked for Dovie at the Old Idaho
Inn. The couple lived north of Orofino according to Dovie’s daughter Ms. Elwanda Kimble of Sage,
AR, who sent the photos. She writes in part… “When we lived there, there was a huge log jam on
the North Fork of the Clearwater River.” Dorrie passed away several years ago. (Editor’s note: Can
anyone identify the location of the Idaho Inn and who the other three unidentifed persons are?)
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2—Clearwater Tribune – Orofino, ID – JUNE 30, 2011
Rally July 9
A “Take Back America Rally”
is scheduled for Saturday, July
9 at the Clarkston High School
auditorium from 1 to 3 p.m.
(approximately). Clarkston High
School is located on the corner of
6th St. and Chestnut.
Speakers at the rally include
Washington State Senator
Jeff Baxter, of Spokane’s 4th
District, a 24-year Spokane
Valley businessman; William F.
Jasper, Senior Editor for The New
American magazine and author
of Global Tyranny … Step by Step
and The United Nations Exposed;
and Jamie Wheeler, who will
discuss her group, the Fair Tax
Nation, and explain the fair tax
Attendance is free, but donations
are accepted to help pay for the
For more information, see the
advertisement elsewhere in this
the Cure July 19
A Golf/Bridge Rally for the Cure
is scheduled for Tuesday, July
19 at Kayler’s Bend Golf. Sign-
up sheets are posted at both the
Perk Lyda holding the 28 pound, 9 oz steelhead fish he helped Orofino golf course and Kayler’s
one of his clients pull in from the Clearwater River.
Please call Patty Reggear, 476-
Goodbye James Arness 7364, for information on the golf
event and Margaret Cook, 476-
By Alannah Allbrett they didn’t use that buzz word 5962, for more details on the
For those of you too young to in those days, it was just – good bridge event. Help fight breast
remember, Festus is not a disease fishin.’ cancer by participating in these
cured with Vitamin C. Miss Kitty Perk received a reply from events.
had nothing to do with the cat Arness, dated November 18, ***
on the Mr. Rogers’ Neighborhood. 1968 complete with Christmas
And Matt Dillon was not the uni- Seals on the envelope, expressing Inside of a ring or out, ai-
browed star of the Outsiders with his regret that he couldn’t get nÕt nothing wrong with go-
Patrick Swayze. For those who are away for fishing. He said that he ing down. ItÕs staying down
old enough to remember those remembered his time in Orofino thatÕs wrong.
characters, no more need be said with pleasure but that his schedule Muhammad Ali
– you know that legendary actor was very demanding at that time.
and star of Gunsmoke, James The letter was postmarked from ***
Arness passed away June 3rd. pacific Palisades, CA, and the
Our Matt Dillon was the sheriff Franklin Roosevelt stamp cost six
who kept the peace in Dodge City cents.
on the long running television Perk brought the original letter
down to the Clearwater Tribune to Letter from famed Gunsmoke actor, James Arness, written to Perk Lyda of Orofino Nov. 18,
series Gunsmoke (1955-1975).
What began first as a radio show share with us along with a picture 1968. a
ended up on television for 20 I requested, the largest fish he
seasons. It ran for a record, live-
action drama, with 635 episodes
ever netted for one happy client.
The fish weighed in at 28 pounds,
Ascension Lutheran Church news ***
A lie will easily get you out of a
Looking for a fun way to enjoy a
littlegirl time? Plan a Mary Kay
By Ev Olsen, 476-5453 ground is located near U.S. High- scrape, and yet, strangely and
and was the United States’ 9 ounces. Gunsmoke, unrestricted beautifully, rapture possesses party! Invite your girlfriends.
Worship at the river way 12, just west of Orofino.
longest-running prime time show. rivers, and great fishing – good you when you have taken the
Ascension Lutheran Church Pastor Marsha Henderickson Enjoy free makeovers.
A lot of us grew up watching memories, all! scrape and left out the lie.
the Hollywood western and the
will hold worship on the banks and the Ascension Lutheran con- Exchange beauty tips. It’s
of the Clearwater River as they gregation welcome all to worship, Charles Edward Montague
a beautiful way to bond! Call me
characters were beloved to us. Nez Perce gather in the large picnic cabana study and fellowship with us.
The pat on the back, the arm
One such fan is longtime to schedule the fun.
Orofino resident Perk Lyda. He Clearwater National at the Pink Hole at 10 a.m. on Regular Sunday worship is 9 a.m.
Sunday, July 10
(exception is July 10). Book and
around the shoulder, the praise
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not only remembers Gunsmoke, for what was done right and
but is still an active fan watching
Forests welcome Pastor Marsha Hendericson will Bible studies are held each week, the sympathetic nod for what Pam Emigh
lead worship assisted by musi- and the schedule is available at wasnÕt are as much a part of 208.476.7534
reruns most days at 4 p.m., on 4th of July visitors cians Jan Holzer, Kathy Pence, the office, 476-5622, or on the golf as life itself. firstname.lastname@example.org
Encore Westerns. June 21 marked the first day Gerald R. Ford
of summer; it’s time to celebrate! Megan Tetwiler and Emily Gas- website: mylutheranchurch.com.
In 1962, after his logging career ***
ended, Perk started his own fishing The sun is shining, the snow is away. Everyone is invited to wor- Our church is located at 215
guide service taking fishermen out melting and many people are ship, and to stay for the potluck 115th Street in Orofino. We live in
for steelhead on the Clearwater looking forward to recreating picnic. The Pink House Camp- God’s amazing grace.
River. Perk says, although they on the Nez Perce - Clearwater The pat on the back, the arm around the shoulder, the praise
mostly fished close by on the National Forests over the long 4th for what was done right and the sympathetic nod for what was-
of July weekend. nÕt are as much a part of golf as life itself.
Clearwater, he took fishermen
So dust off your favorite fishing Gerald R. Ford
up to Selway Falls (where the rod, break out the camping
Lochsa converges with the Selway ***
equipment and top off the tank Some minds seem almost to create themselves, springing up un-
to form the Middle Fork). “I miss in your ATV. The Forest Service der every disadvantage and working their solitary but irresist-
the times fishing there when it would like to share road, trail ible way through a thousand obstacles.
was accessible,” said Perk. “There and campground information to Washington Irving
were no restrictions. You could help you plan your trip; some of
fish for steelhead year round, and Idaho’s best and most beautiful
they were all wild fish. There was backcountry awaits your arrival.
no fish hatchery and no dam on Visit clearwatertribune.com and
the North Fork. The fishing was click on the Clearwater National
out of this world,” said Perk. Forest link on Thursday, June 30
So, what has Perk Lyda’s fishing to read everything you’ll need to
service got to do with James Arness know about campsites, national
forests, trails and more.
of Gunsmoke you ask? James
Arness used to live in this area.
He worked for Clearwater Potlatch So the years hang like old
Fire Protection District in 1943. clothes, forgotten in the ward-
Perk heard that Arness loved to robe of our minds. Did I wear
fish here, so he wrote to his hero that? Who was I then?
inviting him to some world-class Brian Moore
fishing on the Clearwater. ‘Course ***
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CMPL Library What’s happening at
a success! We are in our full summer
schedule starting this week.
Submitted by Jo Moore
More and more outdoor tables Under the direction of Julie
and chairs had to be set up in and Howard and her team of helpers,
around the Sunken Garden of the all of our regular children’s Sunday
High Country Inn last Saturday, school classes will be combined
as patrons far exceeded the ex- into one large group. This occurs
pected number of guests for the between Sunday worship services
Western Barbeque held for the at 9:30 a.m. Julie has been busy
second annual major fund raiser planning events and activities that
for Clearwater Memorial Public are both fun and instructive for
Library. your children. This will give our
Around a hundred people were regular Sunday school volunteers
on hand to have an enjoyable eve- a summer break before they
ning of great music, Jo’s heavily return to their classes on Aug.
laden buffet table, and a fun time 21.
visiting. At the end of the evening The Junior High and Senior
the raffle drawing was held, and High weekly meetings are also
the lucky winners were, Ginny on summer break, but in their
Bill and Darlene Bolen White for the Idaho Steelheads place we have Family Night on
Hockey game and hotel stay; Lane Wednesday evenings at 6:30 p.m.
Bolens to celebrate Meyers was the recipient of the
Game Night in the Catawampus
as well as small group bible studies
for teens led by our summer
interns Chelsea Lundgren and
50th wedding anniversary Room of the High Country Inn;
Kristina Carlisle, Jo’s grand- Capri Savage.
Darlene Anderson and Bill Bo- Faith Lutheran Church and enjoy daughter won the stained glass Regular weekly youth meetings
will return when school starts. Pictured (l to r) are Jeff Rogers, Donna Herrick, Kerry Herrick,
len were married July 15, 1961 at traveling, camping, and spending lamp, thanks to a donation sent
Call the office for more information and Phil Potor of the country rock group Herrick.
Pierce Community Church. They time with family and friends. Bill in for tickets by some Air Force
lived in Pierce until 1996 when
they sold their home in Pierce and
enjoys hunting, fishing, and work-
ing outside on the property. Dar-
friends of the Moores who live in
Kansas. The beautiful red pottery
VBS wrap-up Herrick rocks country at
moved to their rural Weippe prop-
lene stays busy as church trea-
surer, is active in Beta Sigma Phi
bowl set was won by Dick Have-
Thanks again to everyone who
helped make Vacation Bible School Orofino’s 4th of July celebrations
Bill owned and operated the Soriety, and enjoys having lunch In addition to the dinner and raf- such a great success. In addition By Alannah Allbrett vocals. Phil Potor is on drums and
Pierce Barber Shop for several with friends. They have four chil- fle tickets sold, several donations to our home church volunteers, The 4th of July celebrations in percussion, and Jeff Rogers plays
years, then went to work as a log- dren, 13 grandchildren, and six were sent in, either in the form of we want to thank several special Orofino City Park will provide lead, steel, and acoustic guitar for
ging truck driver and equipment great-grandchildren. sponsored tables, or outright con- ladies who spent a week of some rousing “Country Rock” by the group.
operator for Ray Coon Logging, They will celebrate their 50th tributions, including Glenwood mornings at OCC serving the a group called Herrick. Originally The show starts at 7:30 p.m. at
retiring in 2003. wedding anniversary July 16 Pharmacy, Merk and Lin Can- youth of this community. Barbara from Spokane, the group now is the Gazebo as Shiloh Sharrard,
Darlene went to work for the from 2 to 5 p.m. at the Quality nell (sponsored table’) Kitty Geidl Rash from First Baptist Church based out of Nashville, Tennessee from Troy, opens for Herrick.
U.S. Postal Service in the Pierce Inn and Suites Sternwheel Room and Jo Sharrai (sponsored table), who spearheaded the kitchen and will be performing songs from Shiloh, who performed at last
Post Office as a clerk in 1970, was in Clarkston, WA. John and Kathryn Allen, Dr. Doug and morning meal and snacks; their 14-cut CD, New Dance, co- year’s Bonner Mountain Music
appointed Postmaster in 1981, Their children and spouses are Gray, and Gentle Family Dentist- Erica Holland who drove the bus produced by Michael Bonagura Festival, has won the People’s
and retired in 2002. hosting the event. Your presence ry, (a teeth whitening kit.) all week; and Teacher Bird from (Baillie & the Boys) and Buddy Choice Award for Best Cowboy
They are active members of the is requested in lieu of gifts. Because of the success of this Bird’s Nest Daycare who brought Cannon (Kenny Chesney and Musician four years in a row at
effort, a $2000 gift will be made to her entire daycare center to VBS Willie Nelson). the Lee Earl Memorial Gathering
the library to be put towards the and assisted with their learning Herrick, headed by Kerry and has appeared in the Calgary
From this Chair. . . . . . . . . . . . new air and heating system. experience. Available on our
and Donna Herrick, who write Stampede.
By Cloann McNall devotional booklet and thought I The Friends of the Library would their own music, said some of In mid-summer Herrick will be
I received two responses on the like to thank all who helped in For those of you who might their music influences are “Led filming their first music video in
could shed a little more light on
recent column about “ee-dah- any way. A special thanks to the have missed a sermon or two, Zeppelin, Evanescence, Heart, Memphis at Blue Hawk Production
the writing (about “ee-dah-how”).
how.” One was from Gary Graham musicians who donated their time Pastor Terry’s weekly lessons are and too many to mention.” They for their title song, Do you Love
The author (of that article) is Da-
of Wood Village, OR and the other for the gala, including members of available in audio format via our laughingly referred to their Me? Their album will be on sale
vid Roper. He and his family live
was from Mrs. Charlotte J. Cho- Clearwater Conspiracy and Mike website. Go to www.orofinocc.com music as “Fleetwood Mac meets at the concert, along with band
in the Boise area.”
Riccomini and daughter Julie. and check under the “ministries” country.” T-shirts guitar picks, and other
ate of Meridian. She continued “His son is a
The active FOL committee con- tab. Pastor Terry has been leading Donna provides the lead vocals souvenirs.
Graham writes in part…”I grad- captain in the Boise Police De-
sisted of Jo Moore, chair; Bernie us through the book of Matthew. and plays the mandolin. Kerry Check out their website at:
uated from good ‘ol OHS in 1965, partment and happens to be my
DeLallo, Raffle; Lee Olson, Worker Also on the website under the is the bass man and also does http://www.herricklive.com.
one hundred and forty-five of us. son-in-law’s boss as he is in the
Committee; and helpers for the News and Events tab you can
The largest graduating class form Boise Police Dept. too.”
event: Bernie DeLallo, Jill Lynch, find copies of this weekly article.
OHS at that time. I don’t know if
Shirley Schoenek, Lane Mayer, So even if you can’t get to your
that record still holds or not.” She added “Mr. Roper is one of Cathy and Don Jenni, and library newspaper, you can stay current
“Reading the second article” my favorite contributors (to The staff person Calvin Furley. As- on what’s happening on the
Graham writes “in From this Chair Daily Bread) as he often writes sisting in clean-up were Kitty internet. You may subscribe to
about “ee-dah-how” I remember about Idaho. I know you will en- Geidl and Ellie Gimmstead, along the weekly newsletter by signing
in the early ‘60’s in school the joy this devotional as I have since with volunteer Benito Garcia. up on the website. Under that
teacher taught us that. She said I was a junior at OHS.” Much appreciation is extended same tab, you can also check
“sun coming over the mountain Charlotte writes “I am glad to to all who helped this venture for the Sunday praise and prayer
from the Indians.” get the Tribune. I can keep up the library in any way, especially announcements which will be
“That has been 45 plus years with friends and relatives and the entire library staff who coop- posted on the following Tuesday
ago” he added. “I don’t remember other things happening, especial- after weekend services. OCC,
which teacher it was but it seems erated in a big way by selling tick- The first television broadcast of a Major League Baseball game
ly at the elementary school where ets for us. spiritual revitalization for the
like she read it out of our history I worked for 17 years. Keep up the Clearwater Valley. was between the Cincinnati Reds and the Brooklyn Dodgers on
book. I may be all wet but that is good work.” August 26, 1939.
what I remember.”
Charlotte Choate writes in She signed her letter Charloette
part…“I, too, get The Daily Bread (Gillespie) Choate, class of 1960.
Cracking down on drunk drivers
Ensuring safe travel on Idaho ly half of all deadly traffic crashes
highways is a prime reason for over each year’s July 4th holiday Rick G. Lundgren, O.D.
high visibility and enforcement involved some level of alcohol.
campaigns that target impaired “Alcohol impairs many of the
FAMILY EYE CARE
driving, such as one planned by skills that safe driving requires. eye injuries Part ii
the Idaho State Police, June 30 So we will be showing zero toler- Whether intentional or unintentional, possible with the fingers. Flush the eye con-
Those who have a passion for
- July 11, which includes the ance, and anyone caught driv- blows or injuries to the eye may result in a tinuously for 15 minutes with tap water or
cooking can check out the Le
Fourth of July holiday. ing with a BAC of .08 or higher swollen and discolored eye or eyelid. Apply clean water from a container. Roll the eyeball
Cordon Bleu Chef’s Series.
July 4th celebrations often in- will be arrested,” said Captain a cold compress to the eye immediately for as much as possible to wash out the eye. Do
Learn more at www.chefs.edu.
clude cook-outs, picnics, boating, Richardson. It’s simply not worth 15 minutes to relieve pain and swelling. not rub the eye, or bandage the eye, or use
time spent with family and friends the risk to you, your family or to Do not apply ice directly to the eye, as an eye cup. Seek medical help immediately.
and, of course, fireworks. But it the innocent victims who are hurt this may cause further damage. Repeat cold
The best part of beauty is that compresses every two to three hours. After 48 Although first aid is important, with a
is also one of the deadliest holi- or killed each year by drunk driv- which no picture can express. hours, alternate warm and cold compresses. badly injured eye, it is better to do too little
days of the year when it comes to ers. Francis Bacon If pain persists, or if a black eye or blurred than too much. When in doubt about either
alcohol-impaired traffic fatali- Have fun, celebrate, but don’t *** vision is present, professional attention is the nature of the injury or the kind of treat-
ties. Statistics gathered from the turn the celebration into trag- required as internal eye damage may be ment required, apply a sterile eye pad or
National Highway Traffic Safety edy by driving drunk. Drink re- present. clean handkerchief over the injured eye and
Administration over the past 25 sponsibly and remember friends Chemicals and agents such as gasoline, seek immediate medical help.
years show that, on average, near- don’t let friends drive drunk. brake fluid, hair spray, and grease can cause
a painful, red, or burning eye. In such cases, 476-5365, 476-4814
the eye should be flushed with warm water 180 Michigan Avenue
12th Annual immediately. Hold the eye open as wide as Orofino, ID 83544
Oroﬁno Rotary Log Drive
$5.00 donation per log (tax deductible)
Any Rotarian or Susan Larson at
Empire Realty (125 Johnson, Oroﬁno), or
call 476-7633 for delivery to your door
4—Clearwater Tribune – Orofino, ID – JUNE 30, 2011
John David “Jack” Smolinski, 77, Weippe
Hesler (Amy Bond) and Connor
Cox. Step-great grandchildren are
Skyler and Graham Hill.
Jack was preceded in death by
two brothers, one sister, his wife
Caryl and Alicia Hesler, his great
Through the years he logged for
Wallace Smolinski for 16 years
during the summers. In 1961 he
was employed by Jess Johnstun
Mills and then farmed the family
farm until he retired. Pictured (l to r) are Jainah Helkey, Chloe Jones, Casey Burke, Alli
One of his biggest joys was play- Gunter, Gus Jones and Whitney Goodwin.
ing cards and traveling to Nevada
with friends. He enjoyed poker LEAP takes field trip to Orofino
at the fire hall. His peony flow- cemetery in observance of Flag Day
John “Jack” Smolinski ers were cared for with great pride
LEAP students took a trip to much about it because I didn’t get
through the years. Jack was a sto-
the cemetery recently. When later to ask my Poppa.” She also said,
Cadallac Jack ryteller and he handed out silver
asked to share something they “My uncle is a veteran too.” Casey
A lifelong resident of Weippe, dollars to all the small children he
learned, liked or had questions thought it was fun to help other
Jack Smolinski passed away June came across. Hunting camp withabout, here is what they said. people look for certain graves.
26, 2011, in Spokane, WA. He was Uncle Tuff was so memorable and Chloe Jones said, “I learned Gus Jones learned how to figure
77. Jack was born in Fraser…the they fished and told stories. Perry and Sandy GIlbert
that if a flowerpot fell down you out how old people are by the year.
doctor arrived after the event on He helped build the build-
Gilberts to celebrate
should pick it up to be respectful. He used a calculator and put in
horse from Orofino. The date was ing known as the Weippe Vol- I enjoyed the pretty engraving on the year they died, subtracted the
December 29, 1933. He was born unteer Fire Department. He was grave stones.” year they were born and knew
to Edward and Ruth Smolinski. a member and president of the Jainah Helkey shared, “Don’t how old they were when they
Jack has a sister LaVilla “Wink” Clearwater County Livestock Sale
step on graves because it is not died. Gus enjoyed all of the cool
Tolonen of Clarkston and a broth- for many years, served three terms
respectful.” Jainah liked all of flowers. He learned that Flag Day
er Glen and Carroll Smolinski of on the Nez Perce Rochdale Board Perry and Sandy Gilbert invited 16 at 2 p.m. This is a potluck
the flowers and learned that flags is celebrating and remembering dinner with punch and cake
Weippe. and was on the committee for the family and friends to their 40th
can’t touch the ground. She liked the people who have died. served. No gifts please.
Jack attended school in the one- ACSC. wedding anniversary at the
the grave that said, “I would go up Allison Gunter liked looking Bring your choice of poison and
room schoolhouse through the Please send any memorials to Helgeson Hotel, downstairs in the
to heaven and bring you home.” for her uncle’s grave. She sang get your groove on!
fifth grade in Fraser, then gradu- the Northwest Children’s Home in conference room Saturday, July
Casey Burke said that she, Amazing Grace in honor and
ated from Cottonwood School in Lewiston.
Fraser. He married Caryl Winther
“…liked looking for Alli’s uncle’s
A private family memorial ser-
grave and my Nanna and Poppa’s
taught the song to several friends.
Alli was sad to see the graves of
Corps monitoring or removing some
on January 12, 1953. The couple vice will be held at Fraser Cem-
had two daughters; Christine etery.
grave. She learned a little about the babies. They were like four Dworshak docks due to safety concerns
soldiers and told us that her and two. She was curious about pool) by April 15, 2011 to make
Walsh and Beverly and Barry Bai- Three Dworshak Reservoir docks
Poppa was a veteran of the Civil the white bricks in the corner of room for melting snowpack. Cur-
ley. The real religion of the world War. She admitted, “I don’t know have been damaged by anchors
the cemetery. rently, refill operations continue
Grandchildren are Tammy An- comes from women much more and cables as reservoir levels rose
derson, Kimberly and Toby Cox
and Larry and Dawn Hesler.
than from men, from mothers
most of all, who carry the key
Protecting the skin you’re in during recent record inflows.
The U.S. Army Corps of En-
as the Corps also manages flood
risk by passing record amounts of
Great grandchildren: Dylan An- Public Health -Idaho North Central District has partnered gineers removed the Freds Bay run-off inflows through the dam’s
of our souls in their bosoms.
safe harbor dock due to safety powerhouse.
derson; Cody, Kiana and Kalyssa Oliver Wendell Holmes Central District knows with sum- with local hospitals to educate
mer here spending time outside new parents about the impor- concerns. Drift Creek and Indian “This has been a very challeng-
is a top priority for many people. tance of protecting their babies Creek docks are being monitored ing spring with the drawdown and
When you head outside, be sure from the sun through a program after they sustained lesser dam- the fast-rising levels,” said Dwor-
to make protecting your family’s called No Sun for Baby. Partici- age. Both docks are still useable, shak Project Manager Paul Pence.
skin a top priority too. pants receive a sun hat for their though parts of them may be sub- “Our dedicated maintenance staff
Sun damage adds up over time, infant as well as important sun merged. have all the shoreline minicamps
so it’s important to start protect- safety messages, one of which is As the reservoir rises, dock an- open and ready for visitors. It
ing your skin at an early age. Too to avoid using sunscreen during chors and cables can get hung should be a terrific Fourth of July
much sun exposure early in life the first six months of life. Howev- up. Sometimes water levels rise weekend with plenty of recreation
can lead to serious health prob- er, if adequate clothing and shade as much as 6 feet in a 24-hour opportunities on the reservoir.”
lems later, including skin cancer. are not available, the American period. If the docks are deemed Also, Big Eddy trail hikers are
One in five Americans will be diag- Academy of Pediatrics advises us- unsafe for the public, Dworshak advised that a foot bridge near mile
nosed with skin cancer. Research ing sunscreen on small areas of maintenance staff may pull the marker 3 has been removed due
shows that one severe sunburn the baby’s body such as the face docks out of service until repairs to safety reasons. Hikers should
during childhood increases the and back of the hands. can be made. watch for detour signs that allow
risk of melanoma, a dangerous Your skin has to last a lifetime, This is not a typical year for them to take an alternate route.
form of skin cancer. The best way so now is the time to start protect- water management at Dworshak. For more information regard-
to lower the risk of skin cancer is ing it. You can continue to work, Reservoir water levels have been ing water levels, facilities access
to practice sun safety. exercise and enjoy the outdoors carefully managed to prepare for or recreation, call Dworshak
Public Health - Idaho North while practicing sun safety at the record inflows. Starting in Janu- Dam Visitor Center at 208-476-
same time. Here are some ways ary, the reservoir was gradually 1255. Dworshak Dam Visitor
you can do this: drawn down to reach 1451 feet in Center is open seven days a week
As much as possible, avoid the elevation (about 150 feet from full from 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.
LEARN ABOUT THE sun between 10 a.m. and 4 p.m.
when the sun’s rays are the stron- Registration open for “Arts in the Field”
MARKET WITH A gest.
Seek or create shade. Practice
theatre arts/equine program for youth
FREE CUP OF COFFEE. the shadow rule - if your shadow For the third year, middle learning what it takes to commu-
is shorter than you, seek shade. school students from the Lewis- nicate with them, and with each
You’re invited ... Wear sun protective clothing, Clark Valley, Wallowa County and other. “This is a place where kids
to join us at our next including a wide brim hat, long- surrounding environs will have really get to work in tandem, both
coffee club meeting. sleeve shirt, long pants, and sun- the opportunity to participate in with horses and one another, ex-
glasses. If you choose to wear a “Arts in the Field.” The one-of- periencing the outdoors through
baseball cap remember to protect kind program, combining theatre this avenue, as well as camping
Discussing current updates your ears and neck with sun- arts and working with horses, will and hiking,” added Kovsky.
on the market and the econ- screen. take place August 5-7 in Joseph, Tying this all together is this
Apply sunscreen and lip balm OR, due south of Lewiston in the year’s theme of “Buckaroo,” a
omy in a relaxed, informal shadow of the majestic Wallowa legacy of Oregon and the Great
with a sun protection factor (SPF)
setting is a great way to get of 30 or higher at least 20 min- Mountains. Basin’s vast cattle spreads that
to know one another. Plus, utes before you go outside. Reap- “You can’t imagine a more mag- influenced the West’s growth. The
ply every two hours and use it on ical setting for “Arts in the Field,” theme underlies the equine work-
the coffee’s on us. shops where the master horseman
cloudy days and all year round. said Janine Kovsky, trustee for
Remember, sunscreen is not rec- Antelope Valley Movement Arts shares the history of buckaroos
Please join us for the ommended for babies in the first Foundation that developed and and how important they were, and
next coffee club meeting. six months of life. coordinates the program. “The still are, to the working ranches
Use extra caution near water, Snake River region is chock full of our area. It carries over to the
snow, concrete, and glass. These of incredible landscapes, of which theatre portion of the program,
Refreshments will be can make the sun’s rays stron- this is one among thousands. which includes the whole expe-
ger and more harmful to you and We are fortunate to have the rience from learning lines in the
served Point of Connection, and SZ Quar- original play by local playwright,
your baby’s skin.
Avoid other sources of UV light, ter Horses sponsoring this effort Jaqulyn
including tanning beds and sun for youth in our area.” Le Gresley, and experimenting
Date: Wednesday, July 6th Registration has just opened for with movement, to performing at
lamps. Tanned skin is damaged
Time: 9:00 am skin too. the weekend program designed the conclusion of the weekend.
Place: Riverside Lanes To learn more about sun safety for youth ages 10-14 years old. The weekend program is imple-
and the No Sun for Baby program, The students represent a cross- mented under the tutelage of pro-
Matt Sartini please contact Heidi Henson at section of the region, coming from fessionals in theatre, dance, horse
Financial Advisor anywhere in the U.S. Hwy. 12/95 culture, and outdoor instruction,
. Public Health – Idaho North Cen-
106 Michigan Ave tral District, 208-799-0368. corridor all the way down into all overseen by Kovsky as coordi-
Orofino, ID 83544 Wallowa County in northeastern nator.
208-476-3271 A magnetic compass points Oregon. They also come from all Registration is $180 and schol-
to the earth’s magnetic north sorts of backgrounds, creating a arships are also available.
pole, rather than to the true, unique opportunity for partici-
geographical North Pole. pants to learn about one anoth- For more information about the
www.edwardjones.com Member SIPC
er in the pastoral backdrop of a weekend activities, student regis-
It’s easy to understand why the working horse ranch. tration and how to get involved,
most beautiful poems about “Arts in the Field” takes youth call AVMAF at 661-965-7915,
England in the spring were through the paces of becoming Point of Connection at 541-432-
written by poets living in Italy acquainted with horses, intro- 0750. E-mail inquiries may be
at the time. ducing them to habits, care and sent to email@example.com or
Philip Dunne quirks of the big animals, and firstname.lastname@example.org.
JUNE 30, 2011 – Orofino, ID – Clearwater Tribune—5
Day from Fraser
By Norma Brand planned activities.
The 4th of July celebrations will To raise the funds for the next
be held all over our country, and gathering each family brings an
the residents of the Fraser com- item to be auctioned off. This year
munity are planning their gather- Linda won the bid for the family
ings. Many plan to watch the fire- memorial quilt.
works displays in Orofino and the Ask them about the reunions
surrounding areas. We are fortu- the next time your see them, they
nate to live in the United States have lots of pictures to share also.
of America, so let’s remember to Linda and Mike spent three days
salute our flag and thank God for with family before returning to
our freedom. It’s a precious item their ranch in Fraser,
indeed, especially with all the un- Marie Green
rest in the other countries around Marie Green reported her great
the world. niece Tony Smith and her sons
Here it is the last day of June Joseph and Jamison from Mary-
and the hay season hasn’t begun. land are spending time at the
We have had several days of dry Judd ranch. Tony stopped by and
weather, but the ground is still mowed the lawn at the Green farm
wet to start swathing the hay. on Sunday. Tony and the boys will
P.E.O. Chapter CD luncheon spend time with her mother La-
On Thursday, June 17, Donna Donna Chapman and other family
Stickney and Norma Brand joined members while they are in Fraser.
the members of Orofino P.E.O. Welcome back Tony, Jamison and
Chapter CD for lunch at the Edge Joseph, we know you will have a
Restaurant. The group presented good time while you are here.
Marty Johnson with a beautiful Pete Kingen
cake and helped celebrated her Pete Kingen has been busy
90th birthday a few days early. bladeing road for the loggers.
Mike and Linda Beard He spent a quiet Father’s Day at
Mike and Linda Beard returned home with Janet. He enjoyed talk-
to Fraser on Sunday, June 26 ing to Julie and DeAnn when they
after attending their family re- called to wish him Happy Father’s
Mike’s family met at Sun River Condolences
over the Father’s Day weekend. The Fraser community sends
Twenty one members attended their condolences to the family
this years gathering. Among these of Jack Smolinski. Jack was a
were three babies; eight month long time resident of the Fraser
old Elizabeth Cape; two month old community. He passed away on
Tyler Beard and six month old Si- June 26. The family plans to hold
mon Slick. Linda said it was great a private graveside service. Jack
to connect with everyone again, will be missed. He attended many
but the time went by too quickly. hilltop gatherings and supported
Sharon and Jon Cape and their the potlucks at the community
daughter Elizabeth spent several center.
more days in Sun River and Linda Birthday greetings
and Mike had some quality time Happy Birthday greetings to
with their granddaughter. out to Emma Brown on July 2; to
After dropping the Capes off at Toby Cox on July 4, and to Keith
the airport in Portland, OR, the Lutes and Larry Schlader on July
Beards headed for east Helena, 7.
MT. The Wing family reunion was Deyo Reservoir
held at the home of Terry and Don’t forget the ground break-
Dorothy Wing, it started on Thurs- ing ceremony for the Deyo Reser-
day, June 23. They had a total of voir Project on July 7 at 11 a.m.
107 family members to visit with. The event will recognize the part-
Linda’s mother, Claudia Larson ners that have helped make it
enjoyed visiting with her brother possible, present a special song,
Rocky Wing and her two sisters, and Break Ground to commence
Marlene and Penny. construction.
None of Linda’s siblings were
able to make the trip this year, Refreshments will be served,
The weather was perfect and ev- and all interested parties are in-
eryone enjoyed visiting and all the vited to attend.
Experts say if you want to keep rabbits out of your garden, try
planting a double row of onions around it. Rabbits apparently
hate the smell of onions and won’t cross the rows.
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6—Clearwater Tribune – Orofino, ID – JUNE 30, 2011
Some thoughts on “The Bridge”
It withstands immense pressure from the raging, flooding, flotsam-
It bears the heaviest loads without complaint.
It endures all temperature variations – from winter’s 40 below to
Gladys Twogood, 91, formerly of Orofino August’s 110 above.
Gladys Wanda Twogood passed lumber crews from site to site, It is a vital, uniting link between a wide spectrum of area entities.
away peacefully into eternal life cutting and limbing logs, while It is “there” constantly – in use or not.
June 9, 2011 at Prosser, WA. She living in a tent along the way. It is rarely noticed, thanked, appreciated.
was 91. It is designed and constructed for the worst conditions.
She married Darrell Dean
She was born in Boise Oct. 25, Twogood, an Orofino florist, in Sounds a lot like God’s love and grace.
1919 to William Edwin Welch and 1965. They moved to Kirkland, WA L. Boone
Mary Elizabeth Meek, the fourth where they owned and operated Orofino
of five children. a nursery for many years. of the White Pine Addition to Elk
Gladys grew up in Lewiston and Together they enjoyed traveling River was appraised at $10.
Orofino, riding horses, working on and camping as members of the 70 years ago
the farm with her father, raking Holiday Rambler RV Club. Gladys Idaho Representative Comp-
and shocking hay and helping in moved to Prosser, WA in 2009. 10 years ago ton White, a Democrat, told the
the wheat fields. She remembered Always active, Gladys enjoyed Cindy Lane and Lisa Klinger House that considering the fi-
riding five miles to her one-room hunting, building furniture, were recognized by the River nancial plight of farmers who fur-
school in a one-horse shay, which gardening, cake decorating, crafts Management Society for their nished “the food we eat,” govern- Shown holding up quilts they have created are (l to r) Rosan
was the envy of her school mates. and taking care of the birds and outstanding contributions to wild ment workers in Washington are Monaghan, Meladi Page, Pat Charpentier and Penny Raddon.
and scenic river management.
She attended school through the squirrels in her beautiful yard.
Gladys spent time with her loving nieces, nephews, cousins, and Sharon Deitrick, donated two
“pretty well taken care of” in the
Gladys is survived by numerous Michael Deitrick, son of Mike matter of salaries.
80 years ago
Fabric scraps to quilts
books to the Clearwater Memorial An ad about the Fourth of July By Penny Raddon Unfortunately, the need contin-
grandmother in Bandon, OR and and dear friends. You are invited to join your ues. We try to keep blankets on
recalled the big fire that came She is preceded in death by Public Library during a joint fund- encouraged residents to celebrate friends helping recycle fabric hand for local emergencies such
through and burned down the her parents; husbands, Clyde raiser between the library and the at Grangemont at the Pine Grange scraps to help our community. In as home fires or the wind storm
town. She helped beat back the Luffman, and Dean Twogood; Adult Learning Center. Hall. Amateur sports were to be 2010 Clearwater Quilters offered
20 years ago events like last November. Instead
flames with wet burlap bags and daughter Wanda Mae; brothers held in the afternoon, followed by a different quilt block pattern
Kip Manfull was pictured with dancing in the evening to a five- of monthly patterns, we are going
later helped feed and clothe the Milford and Junior; sisters each month. Local ladies used
the wild turkey he shot using a 12 piece orchestra. to four patterns per year with the
homeless. Madeline and Lillian; and a their fabric scraps to make an
gauge shotgun in the Cavendish/ new pattern becoming available
In 1938, Gladys married Clyde nephew Kenneth Enre. amazing number of blocks. The on the solstice of each quarter.
Luffman, a lumberman in Orofino, She will be remembered for Southwick area. The bird weighed blocks were then sewn into more The Summer Solstice Pattern
where her daughter Wanda Mae her fortitude and perseverance 22 pounds and had a nine and a than 100 charity quilts. became available on June 21. You
was born, July 29, 1939. Wanda through the many trials in her half-inch beard. Eighteen went to Clearwater can pick it up at the Wild Hare on
Mae died Sept. 17, 1939 of SIDS. life and her love of family and Clearwater Valley Hospital ad-
Health & Rehab, 33 went to the
vertised for bids for an ultrasound Johnson Ave or at Material Girls
Gladys and Clyde followed the friends. Northwest Burn Foundation.
unit with dual probe capability. on Hwy 12. We will display some
James Taylor, 79, Bremerton, WA 30 years ago Other quilts went to the Pregnan-
cy Center in Kamiah, the Shiners’
of the quilts at the quilt show in
James Leroy Taylor, Bremer- knew him best will testify to his The Orofino Tennis Association, May 2012.
ton, WA died June 14, 2011 in unique creativity. There were few at a recent meeting, discussed A mountaineer came to town Hospital in Spokane, to Project
Linus, and in November several If you don’t have time to make
Bremerton. He was 79. tools he could not invent or me- the use of night lights on a “pay and saw some strange fruit.
Jim was born Jan. 17, 1932 in chanical things he could not fig- as used” basis; and the cost of will be delivered to the Veteran’s some blocks we are always able to
Blanca, CO to Arthur Franklin ure out how to repair. re-soling tennis shoes at approxi- “What’s that?” he asked. Home in Lewiston. use your unneeded fabric and will
In addition many went to local turn it into a beautiful quilt. You
Taylor and May Morehead Taylor. Jim loved music and taught mately one-third the cost of a new “A tangerine,” said the gro-
He was the youngest of eight chil- himself to play the organ. He was pair of shoes. needs for home fires and other can drop it off at either of the fab-
There were seven days of either-
cer. “Try one.” emergencies. The quilts are popu- ric shops in town and they will get
dren. good at wood working and loved
He moved to Orofino at age 19, making wooden toys for children sex elk hunting in management “Nope,” he answered. “I’ve lar as the cheerful colors and pat- it to the right place.
where he met his wife Mildred at Christmas time. He liked to do unit one, even though the season got some tastes now I can’t terns offer comfort to those who If you have questions call Rosan
Germann. They just recently cel- arts and crafts, and with training was omitted in the Department of satisfy. I’m not aimin’ to take have suffered from any kind of at 476-9501 or Penny at 476-
ebrated their 59th wedding an- could have been a fine artist. Fish and Game’s general regula- trauma. 3123.
niversary. They have four sons, Most of all, he will be remem- tions.
Dennis (Marilyn), James (Kimiko), bered for his love for his wife and 40 years ago Do you have tastes you can’t
Steven (Alice) and Darrell (Marjie); family, and let’s not forget his The Pierce Library adopted a satisfy? Maybe that’s because
five grandchildren Daniel (Zita), great smile and sense of humor. new lender policy. Overdue fines
you’ve rejected the Lord from
Christopher, Laura, Nathan and He is survived by his brother would no longer be levied, but any
Marilla; and one great-grandchild Carl; sisters Ethel and Betty. borrower with an overdue book your life.
Miles. In lieu of flowers a memorial out over three weeks would receive Without Him, you’re on a road
Most of Jim’s working life he has been set up at U.S. Bank in a bill for the cost of replacing the that leads to ever-increasing
was a truck driver. Those who Bremerton. book, and no further books would
be loaned to the borrower or his dissatisfaction, emptiness and
Memorial service READ OBITUARIES dealt with. or her family until the matter was frustration. You become a hol-
for John Reffett ONLINE FOR FREE 50 years ago
low soul, a zero with the edges
A new law was passed requir- rubbed off.
A memorial service for John
“Jack” Reffett will be held Thurs- Obituaries can be ing that unemployment compen- There was a poet like that,
day, July 7 at Pine Hills Funeral viewed free of charge at sation be raised to $43 per week. but he truned to the Lord. He
Chapel and Crematory at 11 a.m.
www.clearwatertribune.com. The payments could also be as
A potluck will follow at the family
Click on the blue “Obituaries” low as $17 per week. testified, “He satisfieth the
tab near the top of the page, 60 years ago longing soul.”
Bible Study at First above late-breaking news. At a recent County Commis-
sioners meeting, Lot 4, Block 27 Visit us at: www.TheSower.com
The First Baptist Church will
hold a six week Bible Study on
David: Anointed, Transformed
and Redeemed by Priscilla Shirer,
Beth Moore and Kay Arthur start-
ing July 12 from 10:30 a.m. to
These three women will each
teach a two week session: Priscilla
Shirer focuses on the young Da-
vid; Beth Moore, the middle age
David and Kay Arthur, the final
stage of David’s life.
The good news for all of us is
that David wasn’t born with a
supernatural ability to do these
things better than everyone else.
Clearwater Independent St. Theresa’s Catholic Church
He recognized that he was noth-
ing more that a mere man shaped Baptist Church
Peace Lutheran Church 208-476-5121 • P.O. Box 1169 Wesleyan Church
13946 1st Ave. W., Riverside, Orofino “C” Street between Brown & Kalaspo Christian Education......9:30 a.m.
in iniquity and conceived in sin We are an MASSES
(Look for sign on Hwy. 12 by Deano’s Exxon)
(Ps. 51:5, KJV). Independent Baptist Church Saturday...5:00 p.m. Sunday...10:30 a.m. Worship........................10:45 a.m.
He, just like you and me, had Meeting at the Senior Center Worship: 8 a.m. St. Catherine’s, Kamiah...Sunday 8:30 a.m. Wesleyan Youth....Wed 6:30 p.m.
Reconciliation 5:00 p.m. Saturday
sin as a legacy and needed the re- 930 Michigan Ave., Orofino Our Lady of Woodland in Pierce, 9 a.m.,
(Alternate time in case of bad weather, 2 p.m.)
demption of God’s grace extended
to him. So any good thing God saw
Sunday School: 10:00 a.m. To confirm service time call 2nd Saturday of the month, June - Oct. Don Blain, Pastor
Worship Service: 11:00 a.m. 476-3810 or 509-758-8261 EVERYONE WELCOME Malloree Norris, Youth Director
in David’s heart was only there Sunday Evening Service 6:00 p.m. “The Valley’s voice for Biblical, Christian, Rev. Father Sipho Mathabela,
as a result of David’s response to Everyone is welcome!
Pastor David Naumann
OSB, Administrator 435-4470
God’s work in him. God’s electing Office Manager: MaryAnn Munda
us for His specific purposes rests
Pastor Danny Vaughn (509) 758-8261
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JUNE 30, 2011 – Orofino, ID – Clearwater Tribune—7
Jacks only salmon Plan ahead for summer trips to
season on lower
the North Fork Ranger District
In 2010, the Clearwater Nation- Hidden Creek and Cedars Camp-
North Fork al Forest awarded many construc-
tion and maintenance contracts
grounds; Flat Camp; Smith Ridge
Trailhead; Isabella Point Trail-
By Niels Nokkentved, IDFG funded by the American Recovery head and Kelly Creek Trailhead.
As of June 26, anglers on the and Reinvestment Act (ARRA). New vault toilets will be installed
lower Clearwater River and on the Much of the contracted work is at the Smith Ridge and Isabella
North Fork Clearwater River will still underway on the North Fork Point Trailheads. Work will start
be allowed to catch and keep only Ranger District. The projects in- sometime in June and continue
jack salmon less than 24 inches volve bridge repair and mainte- through Labor Day. All sites will
long. nance, road resurfacing, culvert remain open for public use, but
The new bag limits for these wa- replacements and recreation site individual camp units or park-
Lizz Forsmann ters are six jack Chinook salmon improvements. Short traffic de- ing areas may be off limits during
per day and 18 in possession. No lays, detours and road closures construction work.
Winchester adult Chinook may be kept. can be expected, but once the Miscellaneous Projects
Anglers may not fish in these
Rodeo Queen sections if they have adult Chi-
work is completed, access to rec-
reational destinations will be safer
The decommissioning of approx-
imately nine miles of non-system
This year’s 2011 Winchester LEAP students Sam Naden and Robby Lashly apply math skills,
nook in possession, even if they and more enjoyable to forest visi- roads in the Coyote Creek area, practice sportsmanship and have a great time at Riverside Bowl-
Rodeo Queen and soon-to-be were legally caught in other river tors. The improvements will also near Birch Ridge, west of Cedars ing Alley.
Grangeville High School fresh-
sections. help to lessen impacts on the en- Campground is scheduled to start
man, Lizz Forsmann will carry on Idaho Fish and Game fishery vironment. in mid-July. The roads are inac-
a family tradition this July. managers estimate that by the “ARRA has provided a once- cessible to vehicles.
Forsmann, 14, will ride in the end of fishing on June 26, anglers in-a-career opportunity for mak- The employee housing and LEAP challenges elementary be reserved for special events.
Winchester Rodeo as its queen. will have taken about 80 percent ing this many improvements water system at the Kelly Forks aged children to a game of bowl- LEAP strives to enhance the
One of the original founders of the of the nontribal harvest share of to our forest’s roads and recre- Work Center are currently being ing Tuesdays for the remainder education of your child through
rodeo was her grandfather, the the adult Chinook returning to ation sites,” explained Heather replaced. The work should not af- of June at the Riverside Bowling traditional and nontraditional
late Walt Webber. the Clearwater drainage. Most of Berg, Acting District Ranger. “I’m fect visitor access to popular rec- Alley through the month of June. means, like bowling. Located
“It has been a lot of fun and I this harvest has occurred in the thankful for the investment and reation areas in the Kelly Forks LEAP students will be at the bowl- at 245 114th Street in Orofino,
wanted to do it because it was Clearwater River downstream employment prospects (the pro- vicinity. ing alley each Tuesday between 1 CHEEP and LEAP are now shar-
special to my grandpa,” Forsmann of the Orofino Bridge and in the gram) has created, but all of this “This is going to be a challeng- and 3 p.m., estimating, predicting, ing a facility that offers a home-
said. Her grandma, Edna Webber North Fork Clearwater River. work occurring at the same time ing summer to get around on the doing mental math, guessing and like atmosphere, serving children
will be there to cheer her on. To ensure opportunities for up- is going to be tough.” North Fork, for the public as well checking their answers, learning ages 2 – 5, and grades K – 6.
The daughter of Eric and Joyce stream anglers in communities in- Below is a summary of work as the Forest Service,” Berg said. more about sportsmanship and For quality childcare and an en-
Forsmann will also ride a horse cluding Orofino, Kamiah, Kooskia that will take place on the North “I would hate for someone to drive good manners around bowling. riching learning environment visit
that belonged to her Grandpa and Grangeville to fish for adult Fork District during the summer a long distance to find their way Robert and Gayle Lashly have us at 245 114th St. on Riverside,
Webber. She has had her salmon, Fish and Game recom- and fall of 2011. All dates are blocked by one of these projects. I owned and operated Riverside call us at (208) 476-7679, (208)
Quarterhorse mare, Bridget, since mended this jacks-only season in estimates and may be subject to want to get the word out now, and Bowling Alley and Café for about 827-0523, or visit us online at
her grandpa gave her the horse. the downstream areas. change. Please contact the Clear- I encourage folks to plan ahead. twenty-one years. They welcome www.clearwater youthalliance.org
“She’s 16 now and I was 4 when The bag limits on the upstream water National Forest for updates Be sure to call Forest offices for bowlers and diners between 7 a.m. to find out more about these and
I got her,” Forsmann said she com- portion of the Clearwater, the and progress reports. current information.” and 10 p.m., Monday through Fri- other non-profit Clearwater Youth
pleted through the eighth grade at Middle Fork and South Fork riv- Road 247, between Aquarius For more information or travel day. Riverside Bowling Alley can Alliance entities.
Sts. Peter and Paul School. She ers remain unchanged. Campground and Bungalow updates, contact Travis Mechling,
has been involved in the 4-H clubs
Barnyard Beastiles and Hold Your Outdoor Games
Skull Creek Bridge, near mile- District Engineer, at (208)476- CMPL Summer Palouse District
post 30, will undergo maintenance 8210 or the Clearwater Na- campgrounds scheduled
Horses for several years and en-
Night in Kamiah work from June 1 - June 25. One tional Forest Information Desk, Reading’s next theme
joys all sports. She is a member
lane will be open to through traf- (208)476-8267. to close during
of the Cottonwood Riding Club as Kamiah Community Partners
well. Coalition and the Nez Perce Tribe fic, and travelers should expect paving projects
Forsmann, who has six broth- are partnering to offer an Outdoor short delays. North Fork Potlatch - Beginning July 7,
Flume Creek Bridge, near mile-
ers and one sister, will compete Games Night. The event will take
post 18, is scheduled for mainte- Ranger District’s three developed campgrounds on
the Nez Perce - Clearwater Na-
in barrels in the rodeo on July 2 place this Friday, July 1 from 8-
and 3, and will also represent the 11 pm at the Wa-A-Y’as in Ka- nance from June 25 – July 8. One
lane will be open to traffic, but
Summer campground tional Forests’ Palouse Ranger
miah, and is open to all students District will undergo a series of
rodeo --- themed “Arena in the
Pines” – during the Winchester going into the 7th-12th grades, and short delays may occur. programs paving projects. To ensure visi-
students who have just graduated Larson Creek Culvert, milepost Summer has finally arrived, so tor safety, the campgrounds will
Days parade July 2.
from high school. 37, will be replaced with a bridge. pack up the family and spend a close, one at a time, until the work
Forest insects and Bring a bottle of water to drink! Work will start Aug. 29 and con-
tinue through early October.
weekend camping in the Clearwa-
ter National Forest!
is completed on July 30.
The games that are played will de- According to Adam McClory,
disease field day pend on the number of students The project will close Road 247 Kearstin Edwards, North Fork North Zone Recreation Staff Of-
to through traffic. Visitors who Ranger District Resource Spe-
in Cottonwood who come, so please bring your
are destined for the Washington cialist, invites people to attend
ficer, the job will restore existing
paved roadway surfaces inside the
Nearly everyone has seen dead friends!
For more information, please Creek, Noe Creek, Kelly Creek and an exciting line-up of interesting campgrounds. McClory said pav-
trees dotting northern Idaho for- Hidden Creek Campgrounds and and entertaining programs at For-
ests. Most of the trees you notice contact Chrissy Mizar at 935- ing must be done during warmer
2290. all points east will have to access est campgrounds throughout the weather to boost the success of
were killed by bark beetles, but the area via Road 250 from Pierce, summer season. the project. McClory also said
many other insects and diseas- Dworshak announces ID or by way of Hoodoo Pass from During the month of July, pre- that every effort is being made to
es kill trees, often in less visible Superior, MT; sentations will be held at the Kelly
ways. July showings of Pavement rehabilitation will Forks Campground on the North
guarantee the timely completion
Native insects and diseases are of the job.
a natural part of the forest, but
nature-themed movies take place on the paved section Fork Clearwater River. Programs The Laird Park Campground, lo-
The public is invited to attend of Road 247 starting June 20 and include hands-on opportunities cated a few miles east of the town
they sometimes damage more extending one month, through for gold panning, wildlife identi-
free nature-themed movie presen- of Potlatch off State Highway 6, is
trees than we want them to, es- July 20. One lane will be open, fication, s’more building, movies
tations at the Dworshak Dam Vis- the first on the list to be paved.
pecially when we have (often un- but short delays are likely. and much more.
itor Center Theater during May, The campground will remain open
knowingly) created a favorable The entrance to the Aquarius According to Wilderness Rang-
U.S. Army Corps of Engineers of- through July 9, although pave-
environment for them. Unfortu- Campground, near mile marker er Jamie Dewey, the programs, Joseph Hayes was the winner of
ficials at the dam announced to- ment cutting and removal opera-
nately, many people do not act 25, is being realigned. The project which are free of charge, are ap- a T-shirt for 4-9 year olds two
day. tions may cause some sections of
on insect and disease issues until started in early June and should propriate for all ages. They will beweeks ago.
These movies will be shown on the campground to close briefly.
they see dead branches or similar last approximately six weeks. One held Saturday evenings starting Week four begins July 5 at Clear-
the following schedule: The campground will close to the
symptoms. Most methods to min- lane is open to traffic, but motorist July 2. The first presentation will water Memorial Public Library.
imize forest insects and disease public at 6 p.m. on July 10, and
Friday, July 1 - “Rascal”; shows may experience brief delays. The be an informative program about The library will be closed Monday, paving work will begin the follow-
problems are preventive, before campground and Purple Beach Dutch oven cooking, and the tasty July 4. The theme this week for
at 2 p.m. “Rascal” is about a ing day. The job will end ten days
problems are obvious. will remain open for camping and results will be shared with audi- ages 0-9 is: “Go by Balloon: Tour
young boy on summer vacation later, on July 21, and the camp-
On Friday, July 22, the Forest day use; ence members. Forest Service Mexico.” Teen/Tween theme is:
who finds a companion when he ground will reopen at 6 a.m. on
Insects and Disease Field Day will Road 250, between Bungalow rangers will also be on hand to “Everyone’s Starry Eyed!”
adopts a wild raccoon and at- July 22.
give participants first-hand expo- and Hoodoo Pass answer questions about hiking Two different book bags are
tempts to turn it into a pet. Rated Giant White Pine Campground,
sure to a wide range of organisms Lake Creek Bridge, milepost 67, and motorized trails, wildlife view-available for only $2. Come to the
G; for General Audiences. located a few miles north of Laird
that impair the growth of trees will undergo maintenance work ing locations and road accessibil- front desk to select one.
Friday, July 8 – “Charlie the Park along Highway 6, will shut
and forests in north Idaho, in- beginning July 1 and lasting until ity in the Kelly Creek area. For more information call the
Lonesome Cougar”; shows at 2 down at 6:00 p.m. on July 20, one
cluding: mountain pine beetle, fir Aug. 15. One lane will be open for Library at 476-3411 or stop by
p.m. This movie is reminiscent of day prior to paving. The work will
engraver and other bark beetles; through traffic and short delays Presentations begin promptly 402 Michigan Avenue.
the historic Clearwater River log be completed on July 25, and the
armillaria and other root diseas- may occur. at 7 p.m. and visitors are encour-
drives of the local area, as Charlie campground will reopen the fol-
es; white pine blister rust; indian
the cougar demonstrates his own Kelly Forks Bridge, at the junc- aged to bring comfortable camp IDFG fishing update lowing morning.
paint fungus, pini rot and other tion of Roads 250 and 255, will chairs to better relax and enjoy Salmon fishing has improved in
exciting logrolling skills. Rated G; Little Boulder Campground is
stem decays; and dwarf mistle- undergo general maintenance the shows. Don’t miss this great the Clearwater, especially in the
for General Audiences. slated to close on July 24. The
toes. Experts will help partici- from July 1 through Aug. 15. A opportunity to have fun with the North Fork of the Clearwater and
pants identify insect and disease campground is located south of
Friday, July 15 – “Yogi single lane will remain open, but family, pick up a new skill and ex- below Orofino. Jig and bobbers Helmer off State Highway 8. Pav-
symptoms and discuss practical motorists can expect brief delays. plore your national forest! with bait is recommended. Boat
Bear”; shows at 2 p.m. “Yogi Bear” ing will begin on July 25 and last
long and short term methods of Fourth of July Pack Bridge, near Program schedules are avail- anglers are using kwik fish, tuna
is a new release movie version of four days. The campground will
dealing with them. milepost 8, will be reconstructed able on the Clearwater National balls with spinning globes. The
the classic television cartoon se- reopen on July 30 at 6:00 a.m.
Participants will meet at St. beginning July 12. The project is Forest website (http://www.fs Salmon River flows are expected
ries. This movie is intended for For updates or questions re-
Gertrudes Monastery located west expected to last through Aug. 15. .fed.us/r1/clearwater/) and at to increase with the high temper-
older kids and is rated PG, Paren- garding the status of district
of Cottonwood, ID on Keuterville The work will close the bridge to the Clearwater National Forest atures we are seeing lately.
tal Guidance suggested – contains campgrounds, contact the Palouse
Road (driving directions can be all pedestrian, stock and motor- Supervisor’s Office in Orofino. Fishing in reservoirs is great.
some mild, rude humor. Ranger District at (208)875-1131.
found at www.stgertrudes.org). cycle traffic. For more information, contact These are very well stocked right
Friday, July 22 – “Wall-E”;
The program begins at 8 a.m. and Rosebud Culverts, between the Forest’s Information Desk at now. The cold spring delayed fish-
shows at 2 p.m. “Wall-E” tells a
will end by 5 p.m.
futuristic story of a dying Earth mileposts 5 and 9, will be replaced (208)476-8267. ing, but the crappie and blue gill Newsome Creek
To ensure the program will be are hitting well.
facilitated and to provide an ef-
which a kindly robot tries to save.
Rated G; for General Audiences.
in July. The work will force the
closure of Road 250 to through University of Idaho Stream rehabilitation
fective learning environment, pre-
registration is strongly encour-
Friday, July 29 – “A Bug’s Life”; traffic. Forest visitors will be un-
announces spring Watercolor project begins July 5
shows at 2 p.m. “A Bug’s Life” able to access French Mountain Grangeville - The Nez Perce Na-
aged. Those wishing to participate
is an animated feature offering a Pass from Pierce during this time. 2011 Dean’s List Wednesdays tional Forest and Nez Perce Tribe
should pre-register at the Univer- Motorists are encouraged to use The second session of “Wa-
new perspective about the adven- The University of Idaho has an- Watershed Fisheries will be ad-
sity of Idaho Extension Office in Road 669, the Shanghai Road, tercolor Wednesdays” will be
turous world of bugs. Rated G; nounced that more than 2,000 ministering a stream rehabilita-
Clearwater County by Friday, July as a detour; however, trailers and Wednesday, July 6 from 9 - 11:30
for General Audiences. students have earned a place on tion project on Newsome Creek
15. A $5 registration fee covers commercial traffic should consid- a.m. at 135 Boulder Drive in Oro-
While at the visitor center, fami- the spring semesters Dean’s List. near Elk City this summer. The
resource materials. Participants er alternate routes. fino. These watercolor lessons are
lies and movie-goers are invited to To be named to the list, under- project location is upstream from
should bring a sack lunch. The Road 255 from Kelly Forks for adult beginners. We have room
experience the many educational graduate students earned a grade the Newsome Townsite and has
program is eligible for four Idaho to Deception Gulch for two or three more students.
displays, including a fun water point average of 3.5 or better on an Area Closure during active
pesticide recertification credits Kelly Creek Bridge, mile marker The classes are taught by Sandra
safety room where children can 12 or more graded credits. Law contract performance from July
and eight Idaho Pro-Logger cred- 0, will be repaired starting July 1. Goffinet.
play in a boat, create water safety students earned at least a 3.0 5 through Sept. 30. The contract
its and two hours/category one The work will last six weeks. One This session will cover paint-
posters and try on life jackets. GPA on a minimum of 10 graded has been awarded to Flash Exca-
Society of American Foresters lane will be open to through traf- ing basic shapes, creating light
credits. vation from Harpster.
Continuing Forestry Education fic and short delays may occur. and dark areas, under drawings,
The nearby Big Eddy Day Use Students on the Dean’s List
credits. Road 705, Isabella Creek practicing color blends, and char-
Area is also a place where fami- from the Clearwater County area The purpose of the project is
For registration questions, con- Goat Creek Culverts, near mile- acteristics of composition. Partici-
lies can go to picnic before or af- are: to restore some of the natural
tact the University of Idaho Ex- post .5, will be replaced beginning pants will begin to practice flower
ter viewing a movie at Dworshak floodplain, riparian, and channel
tension Clearwater County Office July 18. The project will last until painting.
Dam Visitor Center. Big Eddy has Kendrick hydrologic functions degraded by
at (208) 476-4434. For program August 12. The work will close the
covered picnic shelters and tables, College of Engineering - Dexter past dredge mining activities. The
content questions, contact Randy road to through traffic. Vehicle ac- There is no fee. Donations will
cooking grills, a hiking trail, lawn Ross Jones, College of Natural project also includes reconstruc-
Brooks at (208) 885-6356. cess to the trailhead for Trails 95 be accepted for the school art pro-
and horseshoe pit, a playground Resources - David Zeisel tion of stream channel and woody
The program is co-sponsored by and 96, routes that lead into the gram, but this is not required.
and restroom. Lenore structures for salmon, steelhead,
University of Idaho Extension and Mallard-Larkins Pioneer Area, will Supplies will be available to get
Movie seating is limited to the College of Agricultural & Life and trout spawning and rearing
the Idaho Department of Lands. be affected; you started your first time. Then
first 50 guests. All children 16 Sciences - Audra Sue Hender- habitat.
This program will also be held in Road 737, Laundry Ridge you will need to bring brushes,
and under must be accompanied son, Mara Christine Johnson;
Coeur d’Alene on Friday, July 29. China Creek Culvert, near mile- paper, paints, a palette, and a few
by a parent or guardian through- College of Letters Arts & Social The project is broken into three
out the movie. post 1.5, will be replaced June 27. Sciences - Michelle Lynn Agee, other items. 1-year phases, with this year be-
For more information about the The work will continue through College of Natural Resources - Leave a message at 476-3620 if ing the first. Approximately two
movies, water safety, recreation July 15. The project will close the Connor Scott Shropshire you’re attending for the first time
miles of floodplain and stream
opportunities and current res- road to all through traffic. Orofino on July 6. Session 3 and 4 will be
channel reconditioning will occur
ervoir conditions call the visitor Recreation site enhancements College of Education - Ellen Nich- July 20 and Aug. 3. A class fly- this year; about one mile will be
center during business hours at These projects will consist of fire ole Rouse, Kyle Wayne Kiele; Col- er with topic outline is available
completed in each of the next two
(208) 476-1255. ring replacement, hitching post lege of Engineering -George Paul at Goffinet and Clack, 125 First years. While in-stream work is in
construction, the removal of out- Korbel, College of Science - Syd- Street, Orofino. progress, there will be some vis-
*** dated toilets and the placement of ney Taylor Moffett ible suspended sediment in New-
Baseball is the only field of en- gravel pads beneath picnic tables Pierce No game in the world is as tidy some Creek.
deavor where a man can suc- at various recreation sites scat- College of Engineering - Mitchell and dramatically neat as base-
ceed three times out of 10 and tered throughout the North Fork Tanner Jared ball, with cause and effect, For more information, please
The peregrine falcon is the fast- be considered a good perform- Ranger District. Weippe crime and punishment, motive contact Erin Grinde, Fisheries
est animal on earth; it can dive er. These sites include the Aquari- College of Agricultural & Life Sci- and result, so cleanly defined. Biologist, at (208) 983-1950, Ext.
up to 200 miles per hour. Ted Williams us, Washington Creek, Noe Creek, ences - Chanel Clark Paul Gallico 4190.
8—Clearwater Tribune – Orofino, ID – JUNE 30, 2011
the end of the road.
It was the 5th Annual Back-
woods Pilot Convention and our
son Joey had flown in. Matt was
their guest speaker, he gave a approves
presentation of his recovery pro-
cess from his avalanche accident.
There were over 90 airplanes; it
Six new hires approved by
was a wonderful close-knit group School District #171 board mem-
of people from every walk of life bers include:
and from all over the U.S. Ryan Norland, Orofino High
Early News Week School (OHS) Industrial Arts
Due to the holiday all news ar- teacher.
ticles need turned in by Friday Samantha Mayberry and Brooke Brandi Mael, OHS assistant
morning. Thank you. Woodworth during the first secretary.
Pierce 1860 Days week of summer reading at the Katie Weyerts and her first Jacob Schilling, Orofino Ele-
Our 1860 Days annual yard Weippe Library. Kids can come salmon caught on the Clearwater mentary School(OES) custodian.
sale was a success! Thanks to all to the library and have their River 21” long jack. Katie had Dr. Carl Morgan, special educa-
of our donors, we had plenty of picture taken, too! a day of fishing with her Dad tion director.
treasures to sell. Thanks go to our
wonderful volunteers, who stuck Happenings on Keith Weyerts. Robert Vian, Timberline School
out the day, putting items out and Following each presentation we
packing items back in. the Hilltop........... have crafts for the kids.
Pam Boller, OES special educa-
Special thanks to Glenise, Lisa Weyerts 435-4007 For the teens we are having a Resignations
Bernetta, Cheryl, and Marlene. email@example.com Book Talk at 11 a.m. this Friday, Resignations were accepted by:
Matt Potratz preparing to go for his first ride in a small airplane! Thanks also to Cheryl, who gen- Weippe Fire Department July 1 and again on July 15. Lila McDade, Orofino Elemen-
Matt traveled to a back woods airstrip above Cascade this past erously offered to transport our Weippe Fire will be at the Weippe Teens are invited to meet in the tary school instructional aide.
weekend with his Aunt Leslie and Uncle Bob Potratz to visit his leftovers to Goodwill the next day.
City Park 4th of July with their food Teen Zone at the library to discuss Kurt Savage, OHS teacher.
cousin Joey Myers. Matt was the guest speaker for this 5th Annu- We packed her SUV! booth fund raiser. We will serve books that they have been reading. Brandon Workentin, OHS
al Backwoods Pilot Convention. The pilot is Emmett Welch from We are anticipating the t-shirtsfrom 5 p.m. till approximately 10 The library is also hosting a Teen teacher.
Folsan, CA and the aircraft is a Rans S-7. should be out soon; look for the p.m. The Department will serve Independence party on Tuesday, Valerie Armichardy, Timberline
flyers announcing their arrival. hot dogs, hamburgers, riblets and July 5 from 7 to 9 p.m. Snacks High School track head coach.
We are finishing up the program yes, their famous garbage dogs. and refreshments will be provided. Plaques were given to Don Ebert
design and ads. We can still ac- We have also started car wash Please come into the library for a for service to the board since 2001
By Leslie Potratz 464-1023 Idaho’s first public building, the cept ads for just another few days,
season. The next car wash will calendar of events. and to John Schwartz for service
firstname.lastname@example.org 1862 Shoshone County Court- so please contact the committee atbe July 16. We had a car wash given since 2008. The plaques
Historic Pierce Cemetery house. Special group tours are 464-1083. Ads are $25 for a busi- this last Saturday. Thanks to the Contest for all were presented for their years of
Friends News available. Open Seasonally from ness-sized ad, $50 for a half-page,
community members that stopped There is a weekly contest going dedication and service as they are
Join us on July 4th as we hon- Mid-June to Mid-October (after and full pages are $100. Quite a by and visited while they had their on at the library called “Where leaving as board members.
or our Veterans and loved ones Labor Day - Saturdays only) Ad- few people use these programs as cars washed. Remember the is the Gnome in Weippe?” The The June school district enroll-
who served and sacrificed for mission: By donation. directories for services in the fu-
Community Action Food bank is roaming Gnome has been all ment was 1,045 students.
us. We will be starting at 9 a.m. Cub Scouts ture, and quite a few collect eachat the hall every 4th Tuesday of over Weippe, and every week Bond election
with a brief flag ceremony con- The newly formed troop of Cub program year-to-year. We hope the month. Any fire hall questions through the month of July, we are The bond election resolu-
ducted by Cub Scott Troop #521. Scouts would like to thank every- these will be collectibles again. you can contact Chief Carlyle 435- posting a photo of the Gnome in a tion passed to hold a bond elec-
Immediately following the cer- one for their support in helping Vendors are still welcome to 0136, or Lisa Weyerts 435-4007. different location. Can you guess tion Aug. 30 in the amount of
emony, we will be raising the Me- them raise money to purchase sign up for Main Street; you can My daughter and I went where he’s at this week? If you $7,735,000 for the purpose of:
morial Flags. At 7 p.m. we will be their uniforms. They recently access a registration form online and enjoyed an afternoon Last can, your name will be put into a Construction of additional
taking the Memorial Flags down. held a 50/50 drawing and raised at pierce-weippechamber.com. Thursday at the Pierce pool. It was weekly drawing for an ice cream classrooms at OHS and THS.
Visitors and helpers are always $350. The winner was Reid Min- More parade entries are needed, great seeing our neighbors and all from Mechells Cafe! Construction of a multi-purpose
welcome! Call 464-2333 if you tonye and he graciously donated and you can access that form on the children enjoying the swim White Pine Rebekah news room at THS and OHS.
have any questions. his share of the money back to the the same site, or call the above time. We really appreciate having Ellen Platt received her 60 year Construction of fire suppres-
Annual Wine Tasting scouts. They will be helping the number, and it can be emailed or the opportunity that is given to pin last meeting and new member sion improvements at THS.
The Pierce/Weippe Chamber Historical Friends of the Cemetery picked up at Blue Moose. the Hilltop children. Even though Tressa Soles was initiated. Tressa Together with related costs and
will be holding their annual wine raise the flags on the 4th of July. We always welcome new volun- Summer is taking it’s time getting is a good cook so will fit right in fees.
tasting event Saturday July 9 They hold their meetings every teers, so if you wish to be part of
here it is nice being out and with all the pie-baking Rebekah Other business included ap-
from 6-8:30 at the Timber Inn other Thursday at 7 p.m. at the our fun weekend, please call the getting to have the chance to have ladies. Reports were made on the proval of classified salary sched-
Courtyard. The cost is $20 and Lions Club. The next meeting is above number, or come to our next summer-like activities. Camas Festival pie sale, the recent ules and classified staff re-hires
featured wine is from Camas Prai- this Thursday June 30. Cub Mas- meeting, Thursday, June 30, 6 Remember the Weippe Library plant sale and the upcoming and administrative salary sched-
rie Winery. For more information ter is Chris Rukavina, you can p.m., at Faith Lutheran Church. is also doing Summer reading. So haystack lunch at the Rodeo. If ules as recommended by Supt.
contact Sarah Nelson @ 464- contact him @ 464-1362 for ques- come out and enjoy everything they you are interested in learning Dale Durkee.
1334. tions. New members are always have to offer. This week’s theme is more about the Rebekahs, call Also extra curricular supple-
Dump Closed welcome. Africa. The weekly program and Nancy Tschida at 435-4714 or mentary contracts were approved
AITCO dump will be closed July Pierce Pool News crafts are on Thursdays beginning talk to any Rebekah member. as recommended by the principals
2nd, 3rd, & 4th. Swimming lessons wrapped up at 1 p.m. Safe 4th and Supt. Durkee.
Museum on Monday, June 27. Fifty four This week’s presentation will be Everyone have a safe 4th of Supt. Durkee and principals
The J. Howard Bradbury Memo- kids took part in the lessons with made by Marge and Ed Kuchynka. July. will work with different organiza-
rial Logging Museum is hosting ages ranging from 3-13. It was re- Next week’s theme is Nez Perce If you have news for Happenings, tions to come up with a final ex-
their 1st Annual Orofino Creek ally fulfilling to see the kids learn and the presenter will be Alyse give me a call or an email with tra curricular drug testing policy
Log Drive, during the 1860 Days new skills and gain so much con- Cadez from the National Park the info. Next week articles will draft.
Kick-Off in the Park. Contact one fidence! The Pool would like to Service. Programs are free and need to be in early for the holiday The next school board meeting
of the Museum Board Members to thank Bill Maki with Maki Manu- The baby carriage was invent- all ages are welcome to attend. weekend. will be held July 18 at the school
purchase your numbered “mini facturing and Elaine Cook for do- ed in 1848 by a New Yorker district office on Michigan Ave., in
log.”, cost will be $3 per log and ing such a great (and speedy) job named Charles Burton. His Orofino.
prizes will be $100/$50/$25. on the diving board repair. The earliest model was a large box
with four wheels and a handle Commander of the helicopter di-
Proceeds will help to rebuild the kids are so happy to have it open vision at the Marine Corps base.
Courtyard Park Pavilion, which again! We are really lucky to have attached to it. It wasnÕt a hit
in America, however, and Bur- Scott, a helicopter pilot, is a veter-
collapsed due to heavy snow loads such skilled people we can call an of the Iraq conflict and served
this past winter. Faith Lutheran on. ton moved to Britain. Queen By Margaret Fine John Apfelbeck and John Moxley
Victoria took a liking to his in- A market representative, Joy, shared the prize for highest score four tours of duty in that area.
Thrivent will match up to $750 The Pool hours are: Adult Kenny Shriver visits
raised for rebuilding the pavilion. Morning Lap Swim, Monday-Fri- vention and other moms soon from Clearwater Health and Re- for the men after a tie score was
followed suit. hab visited at the senior center tabulated. Cliff Smith had second Wayne and Corrie
You can now also become a day from 6-8 a.m., Open Swim, Kenny Shriver and his son
member of the museum for a Monday-Friday from 1-4 p.m. last week. She passed out in- high score for the men. Virginia
formative leaflets and answered Ellsworth had high score for the Brent of Big Lake, AK are visiting
$12 annual fee, which includes a and Tuesday, Wednesday and Wayne and Corrie Shriver. They
limited edition pin. Membership Thursday evenings from 6-8 p.m. questions regarding the Rehab ladies and Beverly Adams had
Center. Thank you Joy, we ap- second high for the ladies and are planning a camping trip with
applications can be downloaded The Pool will be CLOSED Mon- other family members while they
from their Facebook page-http:// day, July 4. Have a great Holiday preciate your help in keeping us won the three hundred pinochle
informed. prize. are in the area.
www.facebook.com weekend and Happy 15th Birth- Birthdays and anniversaries
/pages/J-Howard-Bradbury-Me- day to my “Little Firecracker” Wy- Concrete poured at center Marie Vanderpool
The concrete which has been Marie Vanderpool has returned celebrated this Friday
morial-Logging-Museum/ att Billups! Seniors will be celebrating July
231788320168437. Contact Car- Great Weekend poured from the street on the from a two week trip to Washing-
east end of the senior center looks ton D.C. She visited her grandson birthdays and anniversaries this
men Syed @ 464-1088 for more My husband and I met Matt Po- Friday at the senior center, 930
information. tratz at 5 a.m. in Greer and trav- very nice! The new flower garden, and family the Scott Jensens, and
furnished by Roger Denison, and attended her great-granddaugh- Michigan Ave. Everyone is wel-
The Museum is located in a eled together to the remote area by come. A special dinner will be
1928 log cabin, the J. Howard Yellow Pine called Johnson Creek planted and cared for by Susan ters, Caitlyn Marie Jensen’s high
school graduation. served followed by cake and ice
Bradbury Logging Museum is a Airstrip. One of the main roads in Building materials, paper Belding is a nice addition to the
Marie reported that she’d had a cream.
source of community pride, pre- is impassable due to snow, so we products, furniture, medicines senior center also.
serving the local mining and log- had to take the extra long way. A such as aspirin and quinine Pinochle party wonderful time. They went shop-
ging history, as well as other ar- seven hour journey but beauti- and fuel for cooking and heat- Nine people enjoyed the pot- ping and boating and especially
tifacts. The grounds are adjacent ful scenery. It was hard to believe ing are just some of the com- luck pinochle party last Satur- enjoyed a picnic at Lake Anna.
to a park with a picnic area and you find such a unique place at mercial uses found for trees. day evening at the senior center. The granddaughter, Caitlyn has
been accepted by the Naval Acad-
emy at Annapolis to continue her
education. Her father, Scott, grad-
uated from Annapolis in 1989 and
is a Colonel in the Marine Corps.
The Jensen family will be mov-
ing to Jacksonville, AL soon, One out of twenty people has
where Col. Jensen will be the an extra rib.
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CLEARWATER COUNTY PUBLIC NOTICE 130 228th St. SW, Bothell, Washington
PLANNING & ZONING FEMA- 1987-DR-ID 98021 or by calling the Idaho Area Joint
COMMISSION AGENDA The Federal Emergency Management Field Office at (425) 487-4603. Com-
Monday, July 18, 2011, at 6:30 p.m. Agency (FEMA) hereby gives notice ments should be sent in writing to Paul
Courtroom 1 in the to the public of its intent to reimburse K. White, Federal Coordinating Officer,
Clearwater County Courthouse eligible applicants for eligible costs to at the above address within 15 days of the
150 Michigan Avenue, Orofino, Idaho repair and/or replace facilities damaged date of this notice.
Notice is hereby given that the by flooding, landslides, and mudslides 6-30, 7-7/14,21-11c
Clearwater County Planning and Zoning occurring from March 31 through April
Commission will hold a public hearing 11, 2011. This notice applies to the Public
Monday, July 18, 2011, at 6:30 p.m. Assistance (PA) and Hazard Mitigation
The Planning and Zoning reports and rec- Grant (HMGP) programs implemented
ommendations before the Board of Coun- under the authority of the Robert T. Staf-
ty Commissioners of Clearwater County ford Disaster Relief and Emergency As-
public hearing for their final decision will sistance Act, 42 U.S.C. §§ 5121 et seq.
be held on Monday, August 01, 2011, at Under a major disaster declaration
10:00 a.m. in the Commissioner’s Office (FEMA-1987-DR-ID) signed by the
at the Clearwater County Courthouse. President on May 20, 2011, Federal fund-
Oral testimony will be received at the ing is available to state, tribal, and eligi-
open hearings. Speakers may be limited ble local governments and certain private
The Orofino Chamber of Commerce June 22 welcomed its newest member, The Woodlot Tavern & to five minutes and may not relinquish nonprofit organizations on a cost-sharing
Café, located in Ahsahka. Pictured (l to r) are Chamber members Matt Sartini and Loren Whitten- their time. basis for emergency work and the repair
Kaboth, Chamber Executive Director Stephanie Deyo, Woodlot owners Karen and Tom Virgin, and Written comments are accepted and or replacement of facilities damaged by
Chamber members Laura Wolverton and Monica Jones. need to be directed to the Building & the flooding, landslides and mudslides
Planning Department, 150 Michigan Av- in Bonner, Clearwater, Idaho, Nez Perce Cheri Carter, RN, will be teach-
Clearwater County Commissioners enue, PO Box 586, Orofino, ID, 83544,
faxed to 208-476-8994, or emailed to
and Shoshone counties and the Nez Perce
Tribe Reservation. Federal funding is
ing the complimentary July
16th Childbirth Education class
Specialty courts funding reviewed- email@example.com. For any other
questions or concerns, contact our office
also available on a cost-sharing basis for
hazard mitigation measures for all coun-
at CVHC. She is part of the ex-
perienced OB team. Call to pre-
at 208-476-4815. ties and tribes within the state.
consensus is that the specialty court is needed Any person needing special
accommodations to participate in the
This public notice concerns activities
that may affect historic properties, ac-
register at 476-4555, ext 8020
The specialty courts funding the balance to meet $14,144 an- ing plus striping. The finished above noticed meeting should contact tivities that are located in or affect wet-
was reviewed with Magistrate nual costs. product would seal the pavement the Building & Planning Department land areas or the 100-year floodplain, education class
Judge Jay Gaskill, Lisa Martin, The monthly costs to adminis- and stripe it. The cost for chip 5 days prior to the meeting at and critical actions within the 500-year Clearwater Valley Hospital and
Coordinator and Shawna Hopple. ter the drug testing were reviewed. sealing would be $15,000. The (208) 476-4815 and address. floodplain. Such activities may adversely Clinics will be hosting the third
at the June 20 Clearwater Coun- The costs have increased and that paving is much more costly, up to • Approval of agenda affect the historic property, floodplain or of their 2011 free quarterly child-
ty Commissioners meeting. The increases the monthly amount due $30,000. birth education classes on Satur-
• Approval of June 20, 2011, minutes wetland or may result in continuing vul-
County drug court and mental from the County to $400 a month. PILT payment day, July 16 from 9 a.m. to 4:30
Public Hearings nerability to flood damage.
health courts fall under the direc- The County will have to come up The Payments in Lieu of p.m. in the clinic reception area.
• (SD2011-6) A Class S Subdivision Presidential Executive Orders 11988
tion of the specialty courts. Judge with an additional $6,000 funding Taxes (PILT) payment is higher Cheri Carter, RN, facilitates the
Simple Subdivision request by Greg and and 11990 require that all federal actions
Jay Gaskill explained that the for the next fiscal year. by $24,497 than last year and quarterly classes for expectant
Judy Konkol to divide 39 acres into 3 in or affecting the floodplain or wetlands
funding from the State has de- The drug testing is important the funds should be budgeted parents in their second or third
lots. Lot A 12 acres, Lot B 15 acres, Lot be reviewed for opportunities to relocate trimester of pregnancy. The next
creased for the specialty courts. for both drug and mental health. somewhere. The consensus is C 12 acres. This property is in Section 08, and evaluated for social, economic, his-
The costs are falling to the coun- The tests are for drugs and alco- to split the funds between Cur- session will be held Oct. 15. Cart-
Township 36 North, Range 02 East, locat- torical, environmental, legal and safety er is an OB nurse at CVHC. She
ties throughout the State. hol. They test for both because rent Expense at $153,012.00, ed near 2456 Hollywood Street, Orofino; considerations. Where there is no oppor-
Lisa Martin explained that the was an OB nurse at St. Joseph’s
it’s important to get the medica- Court at $9,953.00 and Justice Zoned Low Density Rural District F-1. tunity to relocate, FEMA is required to Regional Medical Center for six
direction the State is taking on tions stabilized. The expenses are at $238,131.000 for a total of • (ZV2011-6) A variance request by undertake a detailed review to determine years and has specialized training
the specialty courts is pushing split between the State, County $401,096.00. Marlene Schaefer to vary side setback what measures can be taken to minimize in labor, delivery and childbirth
for a joint effort from the State, and participants. The consensus from twenty (20) feet as required by 404.4 future damages. The public is invited to education. Registration for any of
County and participants to pay is that the specialty court is need- Other business to not less than ten (10) feet. This prop- participate in the process of identifying the sessions can be made by call-
for the courts. ed. The Board approved the request erty is in Section 25, Township 36 North, alternatives and analyzing their impacts. ing CVH at 476.4555, ext 8020.
The current funding was re- Road crew work to give a 30 day extension on yield Range 04 East, located at 3377 Hjalmer FEMA has determined that for certain “We offer the class for anyone
viewed. There are 10 slots funded Rob Simon reported on the road taxes for RP34NO4E 0800004A. Johnson Rd, Weippe; Zoned Low Density types of facilities there are normally no regardless of where they choose
by the State for drug testing at crew work. Simon spent all day The Board approved purchase of Rural District F-1. alternatives to restoration in the flood- to deliver their baby,” said Cart-
$325 per slot, to date Clearwater with FEMA officials touring all the the two axle trailer from Riverview • (SD2011-7) A Class S Subdivision plain/wetland. These are facilities that er. “Expectant parents who are
County has 13 participants. slides. The County may need to Construction for $600 for use as a Simple Subdivision request by William meet all of the following criteria: 1) FE- knowledgeable and prepared usu-
Since 2002 there are 43 gradu- hire a consulting engineer to re- recycling trailer. and Laura Niemela to divide 32 acres into MA’s estimate of the cost of repairs is less ally participate more fully in the
ates from Drug Court and 11 view the repair proposals. They There was one executive ses- 3 lots. Lot A 5 acres, Lot B 17 acres, Lot than 50% of the cost to replace the entire experience. Knowing what is going
from Mental Health. The costs are are negotiating on the Harmony sion held to discuss indigents, C 10 acres. This property is in Section facility and is less than $100,000; 2) the to happen makes expectant par-
compared to participant’s fee col- Heights and Huckleberry slides. personnel and legal counsel mat- 19, Township 37 North, Range 02 East, facility is not located in a floodway; 3) ents approach labor and delivery
lections. $8,281 is designated to Old Peck Grade and Sunnyside ters. Chairman Don Ebert, Com- located off of Canyon Creek Rd, Orofino; the facility has not sustained major struc- with a greater sense of confidence
Clearwater County for drug test- area were inspected also. missioner Stan Leach and Com- Zoned Low Density Rural District F-1. tural damage in a previous Presidentially and control. We welcome first
ing from the State. The County The estimate for the courthouse missioner Carole Galloway were Full text and maps for agendum items declared flooding disaster or emergency; time parents, along with those
and participants have to make up parking lot is $5500 for fog seal- present for the meeting. are available at the Building and 4) the facility is not critical (e.g., the who have already had children.
and Planning Department facility is not a hospital, generating plant, The class is very interactive with
Hearing officer recommends ExxonMobil be issued Bobbi Kaufman, Zoning Administrator
emergency operations center or a facil-
ity that contains dangerous materials).
outside speakers and time to ask
questions and get answers. Lots
permits to transport overlegal loads on U.S. 12 FEMA intends to provide assistance for
the restoration of these facilities to their
of new moms and dads have told
us that the class helped immense-
ly with their experience.”
BOISE - A hearing officer has
recommended that ExxonMobil
plaints or issues raised by the
protesting parties are sustained.
06-27_FOFCOLRFO.pdf National Forest pre-disaster condition, except that certain
measures to mitigate the effects of future Topics included in the class are
stages of labor, pain manage-
be issued permits to transport
overlegal loads on U.S. 12.
- I conclude that there is no other
basis under the law or regulations
All parties now have 14 days to
file a motion for reconsideration
opens personal flooding or other hazards may be includ-
ed in the work. For example, a bridge or ment, breathing and relaxation,
The company proposes to move
approximately 200 large loads
of ITD that would justify a denial
or revocation of the overlegal per-
to the hearing officer. The hearing use firewood areas culvert restoration may include a larger
waterway opening to decrease the risk of
yoga techniques, range of motion
exercises, maternal and infant
officer would then have approxi- Grangeville -Rick Brazell, Nez
from the Port of Lewiston to the mit in this case. I conclude there future washouts. nutrition, breast feeding, develop-
mately 21 days to rule on the mo- Perce - Clearwater Forest Su-
Montana border on U.S. 12. Op- was no error in procedure on the For routine activities, this will be the mental ages and stages and infant
tion. The parties could then ap- pervisor, signed a Forest Order
ponents argued against the issu- part of ITD in the issuance of the only public notice provided. Other activi- car seat safety.
peal the ruling to Idaho Transpor- opening several forest roads on “Lunch is provided,” said Carter.
ance of the permits before retired permit in this case, or any other tation Department Director Brian the Salmon River and Red River ties and those involving facilities that do
judge Duff McKee during an April basis to interfere with the execu- not meet the above four criteria are re- “We give parents the special treat-
Ness. Ness would have 56 days to Ranger Districts to the public for ment they deserve at this time in
hearing in Boise. tive determinations of the depart- rule on the appeal. quired to undergo more detailed review,
personal use firewood gathering their lives. Our OB staff has a lot
In his 63-page recommenda- ment in issuing the permits in including study of alternate locations.
this summer. A personal use fire- of experience in welcoming babies
tion, McKee determined: this case.” After this process is complete, wood permit is required and all Subsequent public notices regarding such
- “In this case, and based upon projects will be published if necessary, as into this world.”
For a copy of the entire rec- or if no appeal is filed, Ness will conditions of the permit apply.
the findings of fact and analysis, ommendation, click on this accept, reject or modify the rul- The following road systems more specific information becomes avail-
I conclude that none of the com- link: http://itd.idaho.gov/2011_ ing. able.
will be open from July 1 to Aug.
In many cases, an applicant may have
14. On the Red River Ranger
visited the Orofino clinic earlier in started facility restoration before federal
District: Forest Development
the year and ‘saw’ three volunteer involvement. Even if the facility must
Roads 9824 and 9829 - Rainy
patients. Although he was in an undergo detailed review and analysis of
Day Point and road 9812 - Martin
adjoining exam room, the robot alternate locations, FEMA will fund eli-
Meadows. On the Salmon River
and the newly purchased camera gible restoration at the original location
Ranger District: Forest Develop-
were used to test the system. He if the facility is functionally dependent
ment Roads 1862, 9410, 9411,
then also examined the patients on its floodplain location (e.g., bridges
9412, 9413, 9414 and 9415 Hun-
in person. “It was actually easier and flood control facilities), or the proj- Heath Fox, Director, St. Mary’s
gry Ridge area.
to do the exam using the camera ect facilitates an open space use, or the and Clearwater Valley Hospi-
An existing closure order has
because I could zoom in and out to facility is an integral part of a larger net- tal’s Radiology Department, is
been amended to open these ar-
better view the affected area,” said work that is impractical or uneconomical pictured with the mobile MRI.
eas to the public. Road restric-
Dr. Yokel. “Because dermatology to relocate, such as a road. In such cases, Frequency of the diagnostic im-
tions will go back into affect after
is such a visual specialty, it is FEMA must also examine the possible aging is increasing at both fa-
Aug. 14. All other forest develop-
well suited for telemedicine. It effects of not restoring the facility, mini- cilities.
ment roads and trails within the
is the most effective and efficient mize floodplain/ wetland impacts, and
closure order will be unaffected by
way to evaluate patients living in determine both that an overriding public
rural areas far from the closest
For more information, please
need for the facility clearly outweighs the Hospitals
specialists.” Executive Order requirements to avoid
Due to the two hour time
contact Ed Koberstein at the
the floodplain/wetland, and that the site increase frequency
Salmon River Ranger District in
difference, Dr. Yokel will see most
Idaho patients in the afternoon
Grangeville at (208) 983-7010.
is the only practicable alternative. State
of Idaho and local officials will confirm
of MRI services
Clearwater Valley and St.
after he has seen his Minnesota to FEMA that proposed actions comply Mary’s Hospitals will have mobile
patients. Referrals to him can be with all applicable State and local flood-
Dr. Michael Meza, CVHC Family Physician, examines a volunteer
along with Minnesota dermatologist, Dr. Benjamin Yokel, while
made through a patient’s primary
care provider. Shannon Hill, CMA,
P&Z to hear plain management and wetland protec-
MRI services four times per week
beginning this month. The semi-
trailer with the Magnetic Resonat-
Shannon Hill, CMA, uses the camera to zoom in on the affected
is trained to use the robot and the
store, and forward zoom camera three requests FEMA also intends to provide HMGP
funding to the State of Idaho to mitigate
ing Imaging equipment will be at
CVH two days per week and SMH
during the patient consult.
future disaster damages. These projects two days per week.
In addition to dermatology may include construction of new facili- “We have an increased demand
both CVHC and SMHC use Two requests for simple sub- ties, modification of existing, undamaged for the service so we’ve renegoti-
other specialists through their divisions and a variance request facilities, relocation of facilities out of
ated the contract with our service
telemedicine program including floodplains, demolition of structures, or provider to reduce the time delay
will be heard at a public meeting
psychiatrists, hospitalists, other types of projects to mitigate future for our patients between needing
at 6:30 p. m. Monday, July 18 of
cardiologists and emergency care disaster damages. In the course of devel- the diagnostic procedure and get-
Clearwater Valley and St. Mary’s help solve complicated medical specialists. the County Planning and Zoning oping project proposals, subsequent pub-
Hospital and Clinics continue to ting it,” said Heath Fox, (R)(CT),
problems with a simple skin exam Commission at the Clearwater lic notices will be published if necessary, SMH/CVH Radiology Manager.
expand the number and types or procedure.” County Courthouse. as more specific information becomes MRIs use radio waves and a
of specialist services available Dr. Yokel currently practices A Class S Subdivision Simple available. strong magnet to look at organs
through their telemedicine at the Duluth Clinic – Virginia, a Subdivision request by Greg and The National Historic Preservation Act and structures within the body
program. Dr. Benjamin Yokel, a new 4-story, 82,000 square foot Judy Konkol to divide 39 acres requires federal agencies to take into ac- from torn ligaments to tumors.
dermatologist based in Virginia, clinic adjacent to the Virginia into three lots of 12 acres, 15 count the effects of their undertakings on MRIs are often used to image the
Minnesota, will be providing Regional Medical Center, a acres and 12 acres. historic properties. Those actions or ac- brain and spinal cord. They are
dermatology services via the RP-7 member hospital of the Essentia The property is located near tivities affecting buildings, structures, also used to help diagnose condi-
robot at both CVH’s Orofino clinic Health System. Both CVHC and 2456 Hollywood St. in Orofino. It districts or objects 50 years or older or tions or injuries to the abdomen,
and SMH’s Cottonwood clinic. SMHC are members of Essentia, is zoned low density rural district that affect archeological sites or undis- extremities such as arms and legs
Dr. Yokel received his MD degree based in Duluth, Minnesota. F-I. turbed ground will require further review and even the sinus cavity.
from Johns Hopkins University “As part of our commitment to Joseph Priestley is the discov- A Class S Subdivision Simple to determine if the property is eligible for “We can provide an MRI to any
where he also completed his provide as many services locally, erer of oxygen, but he was elect- Subdivision request by William listing in the National Register of His- patient regardless of which doc-
dermatology residency in 1992. as possible, for the convenience of ed to the French Academy of and Laura Niemela will be heard toric Places (Register). If the property is tor ordered it. Sometimes our
He has served as a dermatologist our patients we began looking for Sciences in 1772 and received to divide 32 acres into three lots of determined to be eligible for the Register patients see specialists in other
for the past 19 years. a qualified dermatologist,” said a medal from the Royal Society five acres, 17 acres and 10 acres. and FEMA’s undertaking will adversely locations and receive an order for
“There is no single reason I Dr. Michael Meza, CVHC family in 1773 for another discovery. This property is located off Can- affect it, FEMA will provide additional an MRI. We hope they understand
decided to become a dermatologist. physician. Priestley invented carbonated yon Creek Road, Orofno, and is public notices. For historic properties not that rather than returning to that
Partly, it was the result of my own “We began by asking Essentia soda water in 1767. zoned low density rural district F- adversely affected by FEMA’s undertak- location to have it done, it can be
exposure to dermatology over the if they had a dermatologist in *** I. ing, this will be the only public notice. done locally at our hospitals and
years and partly because I enjoy the their network of specialists and The pat on the back, the arm A variance request by Marlene As noted, this may be the only public the results can be forwarded to
varied nature of the specialty and they immediately suggested Dr. around the shoulder, the praise Schafer will be heard to vary side notice regarding the above-described ac- their specialist,” said Fox.
the opportunity to treat patients Yokel. He is wonderful to work for what was done right and setback from 20 feet as required tions under the PA and HMGP programs. The CVHC Radiology Depart-
of all ages and backgrounds,” said with and is excited about seeing the sympathetic nod for what by 404.4 to not less than 10 feet. Interested persons may obtain informa- ment performs an average of 700
Dr. Yokel. “I find the practice to our patients using our new zoom wasn’t are as much a part of on property located at 3377 Hjal- tion about these actions or a specific proj- medical images per month with
be intellectually stimulating. It is camera and robot.” golf as life itself. mar Johnson Rd., Weippe. Zone ect by writing to the Federal Emergency over 8500 studies completed last
especially rewarding when I can According to Meza, Dr. Yokel Gerald R. Ford low density rural district F-I. Management Agency, Joint Field Office, year.
10—Clearwater Tribune – Orofino, ID – JUNE 30, 2011
What is Show & Shine? Orofino City Council
“If it leaves the ground
(Cont from pg 1) industry.
many aspects of the vehicle indus- In the eight-year history of the
try not normally seen. For many OSSPC, this group has provided
it’s merely a pleasant moment of $23,000. in scholarship money.
nostalgia and is guaranteed to
take an older spectator right back
to his or her younger days (who
Without the support of local area
business and participants in the
event, this would not be possible.
or blows up, it’s illegal”
doesn’t remember their very first By Alannah Allbrett litter. A plain-clothes police offi-
vehicle?). Fire Chief Mike Lee warned of cer will be doing foot patrol in the
That’s not to say that only vin- 2011 Sixth Grade illegal fireworks, which pose dan- park and public areas for obser-
tage vehicles are on display... ger to structures and wild lands. vation.
there are to be many newer mod- Forestry Tour just Basically, “If it leaves the ground, Seasonal traffic has increased
els (some modified and some not) or blows up,” he said, it’s illegal. in town and police enforcement
which are popular with everyone, around the corner He added, “Save your money and has stepped up significantly. The
young or old. A Show & Shine It’s not too late to register for donate to the professional shows,” speed trailer will be set up on
definitely offers something for ev- the Tour! Any eligible 6th grade which put on the big firework dis- Miles Avenue and other strategic
eryone! student, public, home or private plays. The fireworks law applies places to slow traffic down.
New this year is the Dam Cruz. schooled who has not registered to the entire state of Idaho. Wilson reminds people there
We are meeting at the Orofino City for the Tour, but would like to, Public hearing is an ordinance against barking
Park Friday, July 15 at 3 p.m. and should call the U I Clearwater City Administrator Rick Laam dogs. Residents may be fined for
Cruzin’ up to the top of the Dwor- County Cooperative Extension conducted a public hearing con- allowing dogs to bark continu-
shak Dam to park and have pho- Office as soon as possible (476- cerning the finalization of the City ously. Councilman Ted Brown
tos taken. All participants that are 4434). of Orofino Comprehensive Plan said the problem is out-of-hand
pre-entered will be eligible to do The 50th annual Sixth Grade (March 11, 2011). One public in certain neighborhoods and that
this, as the Show & Shine Com- Forestry Tour will be held July hearing, on this plan, has already he receives frequent complaints
mittee must provide the Army 12.13.14. Clearwater County 6th been held. about the disturbances.
Corps with a list of participants graders get a first-hand look at Building Supervisor, Todd Per- Logging trucks have been
wanting to do this fun event. many aspects of forest and natu- ry, compared the city’s existing clocked at 54 mph entering the
This year will again feature the ral resources during the three-day map with a map prepared by Rie- city between 4 to 6 a.m. Police will
ever popular Poke~Car Walk. This tour. desel Engineering which outlines be watching for speeding truck
sheet will be found in the first Local businesses, organiza- proposed future zoning changes drivers.
100 participants’ Goodie Bag. The tions, agencies and individuals to bring certain areas into stan- Resolution
sponsor the event enabling 6th Chris Anderson and Joanne Bonura (l to r) at the Weippe Rodeo’s
Poke~Car Walk is to draw partici- dardized and practical zoning Resolution 10-426 for the ap-
graders to attend at no cost. Teen baked food sale June 24.
pants to beautiful downtown Oro- designations. proval and implementation of an
Weippe Rodeo news
fino. These merchants are also leaders and adult chaperones ac- Councilman Roy Clay sug- Idaho Community Development
offering something in the Goodie company the students, as well as gested that letters should be sent Block Grant (ICDBG) was passed
Bag. So get your entry in now! forestry, soil, water quality, natu- to homeowners advising of the unanimously.
The People’s Choice Award, a ral resource, fisheries and wildlife plan, which might have a future Water/Wastewater
professionals, and University of By Carolyn Lage Year.
Supervisor Michael Martin said
favorite every year, gives specta- impact on their property. Laam
Idaho Cooperative Extension edu- Thanks to Chris Anderson and Watch for news about another
tors a chance to become involved stressed that the plan, in itself, the Department of Environmental
cators. Joanne Bonura the Weippe Rodeo bake sale soon. Raffle tickets on
by voting for their favorite entry did not change zoning. It is rather Quality (DEQ) has been contract-
This year’s event promises a had a great baked food sale on the western painting and posters
on the day of the show. This is a guideline and a “tool” for the city ed, in the past, by the Environ-
fun-filled three days and two June 24. A special thanks to all are available now. Contact a ro-
one of the top awards given, and to provide consistency in future mental Protection Agency (EPA)
nights for area youth. All regis- who brought goodies. deo member.
a true compliment for the vehicle decisions. Any zoning changes to test wastewater discharge into
tered students and teen leaders We had a couple of great ad-
owner to receive. would have to be addressed as the Clearwater River. The DEQ re-
will receive specific instructions vertisers. Keaton Kikuyama and Only three of the 90 past rodeo
The hard-working members of they arise. cently advised the city they would
in the mail on assembly places Corie Anderson did a great job royalty have not been found and
the Orofino Show & Shine Plan- The comprehensive plan may no longer be doing inspections on
and times, things to bring, and getting passing cars and trucks to invited to the reunion. Please, if
ning Committee (OSSPC) would be viewed at no charge at city of- tribal lands. It now requires in-
other important Tour details. stop and shop. We are using the you are past royalty and intend
like to invite everyone to come fices. There is no charge to have spection by a federal EPA repre-
Special note: Schoolteachers can proceeds to provide the commu- to come, RSVP Sherry Schlader
on down to the Orofino City Park the document sent to interested sentative.
receive credits through the Uni- nity and rodeo a special time this soon.
Saturday, July 16 for a day of fun parties electronically. It costs ten Executive session
and relaxation. versity of Idaho for attending the cents per page if a person wishes An executive session was con-
The masters of ceremonies for Tour. to have it copied. ducted following the regular meet-
the event are Jeff and Monica Call the UI Clearwater County Administrator ing.
Jones of KLER, who will be enter- Extension Office at 476-4434 if Rick Laam discussed the need Future meetings
taining everyone with music from you are interested or have ques- for a fixed estimate regarding the The Council meets every second
the fifties and sixties, as well as tions. city’s business park. and fourth Tuesday, at 6 p.m. at
conducting on-air interviews with Laam met with FAA representa- the City Council Chambers, 217
*** tives in Lewiston concerning air- 1st St., Orofino.
exhibitors and spectators. Food A lie will easily get you out of a
vendors will be on hand to entice port funding and expansion needs.
scrape, and yet, strangely and The city was awarded $600,000
everyone with a variety of foods. beautifully, rapture possesses
There will be displays set up in rather than the one million dol-
you when you have taken the lars requested in entitlement
the park. 2011 T-shirts will be on scrape and left out the lie.
sale, as well as raffle tickets with monies for the airport. Laam said
Charles Edward Montague the city has to go through a new
prizes valued at over $1,000.
The participant entry fee is application process and needs to
$10. Spectators are admitted free demonstrate the need for more tie
of charge. down areas, the need to move the
Proceeds from this event are office and fuel tank, and to have a
designated to the OSSPC Schol- This five generation photo was taken at Willy and Jenna Harris’ new roadway.
arship Fund and used to pro- home in Lewiston. The occasion was the first birthday of Isabella Police
vide scholarships for Clearwater Harris. In the picture (l to r) are Betty Smolinski Crutcher, Bertys Chief Jeff Wilson said increased
County graduates each year who Smolinski, Sue Crutcher Harris, Isabella Harris, Willy Harris and activity in the city park, is bring-
plan a future in the automotive Jenna Sutton Harris ing more disorderly conduct and
24 Hour Automatic & Self Serve
For information on 1125 Michigan Ave. Oroﬁno, Idaho
Discount Token Purchases (Across from IGA)
JUNE 30, 2011 – Orofino, ID – Clearwater Tribune—1B
NOTICE OF TITLE III FUNDS
Clearwater River fishing update ple could catch fish.
By Joe Dupont, IDFG fishing should get red hot shortly
Notice is hereby given by Board of Once again fishing was good in Fish are scattered from the after July 4, so plan accordingly.
County Commissioners for the County’s the Clearwater River drainage, as mouth up to Golden (40 miles up- We estimated that 127 adults
Magistrate Court boxes damaged twice. intentions for proposed use of the Secure over 600 adults were caught and stream) right now. Finally, don’t were harvested last week below
All fines and forfeitures include CCSO received report of suspicious Rural School Funding allocated as Title catch rates were below 10 hours abandon the Clearwater form Hells Canyon Dam, for a total of
court costs unless otherwise not- circumstances on Shotgun Lane/Har- III Funds. the Orofino Bridge upstream to 621 adult fish for the season. Our
per fish in most river sections.
ed. mony Heights Loop Rd. Telephone $14,718.80 for the Clearwater Sheriff’s Kooksia. There are still many fish harvest share for the Hells Can-
The harvest of adult Chinook
Infractions scam. Office to be used for reimbursement of heading upriver that can be inter-
ended June 27 on the Clearwater yon area is estimated to be 1,598
Douglas D. Bonaparte, driv- CCSO received request for extra pa- the Search and Rescues Executed on Na- River downstream of Orofino cepted as they migrate to their fi- fish, so we have a ways to go
ing with expired license, seatbelt trol on Pleasant Acres Dr/N. Main St. tional Forest Service Lands, BLM Lands Bridge and in the North Fork nal destination. there. Once again, catch rates
in Weippe. and Corps Lands.
violation, $106. (ISP – Idaho State Clearwater River; however, you Fishing did pick up in the Rig- were excellent in this reach (five
CCSO received report of a narcotics
Police) Board of County Commissioners. can still keep six Jacks in this gins area over the last week, as we hours per fish), and I would only
violation in the Orofino area.
Nancy M. Lerandeau, vehicle Clearwater County, Idaho area and I expect fishing pressure estimated 368 adult Chinook were expect this to get better as flows
CCSO received report of a man’s
registration—fail to register an- wallet found on Hwy. 7/Ahsahka Rd.
Don Ebert, Chairman should be low and action could be harvested. In fact, because fish- drop.
nually, $62. (ISP) CCSO received report of a traffic Carrie Bird, Clerk good at times. ing pressure was so low, the high- It looks like most of the adult
Philip T. Keffer, driver’s li- complaint in the Ahsahka area. Older By Cindy Barnett, Deputy For those who want to catch est catch rates we experienced Chinook heading to the Clearwater
cense—permit unauthorized mi- red Toyota pickup speeding. 6-30-11c and keep adults, fishing around in the Clearwater Region were in River, Riggins area, and Hells
nor or person to drive, $106. (OPD 06-24-11 Kooskia and in the South Fork the Riggins area. Based on the Canyon Reach have passed over
– Orofino Police Department) OPD received report of disorderly Clearwater should be good. There flow prediction models, flows in Lower Granite. This is good news,
Frances E. Starkey, speeding, conduct on Michigan Ave. are a lot of fish headed to these the Salmon River are supposed to as our harvest shares will not
65/50, $85. (OPD) OPD received information on Indio areas. I fished the South Fork peak on Thursday night, June 30, drop. I would only expect to see a
James W. Hall, seatbelt viola- Ave. last weekend and had great suc- and then begin dropping. They few hundred more adult fish cross
tion, $10. (ISP) CCSO received request for public cess by fishing a small back eddy should drop below 55,000 cfs by over Lower Granite that are head-
Clarence E. Binninger, boat- assistance on 250 Rd., back country. by myself, where I thought fish Sunday morning, July 3, which ed for these waters. However, we
ing—failure to carry life preservers Deliver message to guides at camp- June 17 would pull into on their journey is typically when we have seen expect that another 3,000 jacks
in watercraft, $94. (CCSO Weippe site, Warranty Deed-Susan McCar- upriver. While driving up the river fishing to start picking up in the are still headed to these fisher-
– Clearwater County Sheriff’s Of- CCSO received report of threats thy to John L. Chatfield and Ali- I saw many places where nobody past. ies that need to pass over Lower
fice) made at Dent Bridge/Twin Ridge son Chatfield, part Lot 4, sec. 34- was fishing where I thought peo- If flows continue to drop, the Granite.
Jeremy D. Hall, speeding, roads. Verbal threats-ongoing issue. 37N-R1EBM.
CCSO received report of a subject
70/55, $85. (CCSO)
arrested during a traffic stop on Greer
Quit-Claim Deed-Weld Huffaker
and Peggy Huffaker to Leroy Har-
Work on ITD highway
All fines and forfeitures include
CCSO received report of petit theft
tig and Ann Hartig, part Lots 14 Know Your Investment Risks ular interest payments unless the projects statewide
court costs unless otherwise not- and 15, Block 1, Willoughby Addi- and How to Respond
on 141st St/Hwy. 12. Two Stihl weed
tion to the City of Pierce; also part When you invest, you take some
bonds are “called,” or repurchased
by the issuer. (You can help pro-
Traffic CCSO received report of suspicious
vacated Willougby Drive (part NW, risks. While you can’t totally avoid
tect against this by purchasing Fourth of July holiday
Cecil D. Oatman, DWP (Driving circumstances on Neff Dr/Berry Rd. these risks, you can take steps to bonds that have some degree of BOISE - Work that may im-
Without Privileges), $252.50, two Forced entry attempted into resi- Quit-Claim Deed-James Mi- help reduce their impact and in- “call protection” and by owning pact travel will be suspended on
days in jail, driver’s license sus- dence. chael McReynolds and Tammala crease your comfort level. And the bonds with different maturities.) all Idaho Transportation Depart-
pended for six months. 06-25-11 M. McReynolds to Laurence H. more comfortable you are with Losing purchasing power - this ment highway construction proj-
Marriage Affidavit OPD received report of suspicious Nelson and Colleen M. Nelson, your investments, the easier it risk largely applies to fixed-rate ects statewide for the Fourth of
Nicholas John Galloway and circumstances on Brown Ave. part Lots 6 and 7, Block 5, Origi- will be to follow a long-term strat- investments such as certificates July holiday weekend, except in
Jamie Sue Hawkins. OPD received a civil complaint on nal Town of Pierce. egy that can help you meet your of deposit (CDs). To illustrate: If special circumstances. In most
Incidents Hwy. 12. Quit-Claim Deed-Leroy Hartig goals. you purchase a CD that pays two cases, work will resume Tuesday,
06-19-11 OPD received report of a drug law and Ann Hartig to Weld Huffaker Let’s look at the most common percent, and the inflation rate is July 5 or Wednesday, July 6.
Orofino Police Department (OPD) violation on Hwy. 12. and Peggy Huffaker, part Lots 8 types of risk related to investing, three percent, you are actually ITD requires contractors on
received report of suspicious circum- OPD received report of suspicious and 9, Willoughby Addition to the along with some suggestions on losing purchasing power. highway construction projects to
stances on Johnson Ave. circumstances on Carney Dr. City of Pierce; also part vacated helping to reduce these risks: postpone work on any roadway,
Your response - despite their
OPD received request for agency as- OPD received request for agency as- Willoughby Drive (part NW, sec. Losing principal - This type except for normal maintenance
sistance on Hwy. 12.
vulnerability to inflation, CDs can
sistance on New Hope Loop. 2-36N-5EBM) of risk is most closely associ- offer you some valuable benefits, operations, during the extended
OPD received report of petit theft on OPD received a traffic complaint on June 20 holiday weekend if the work could
ated with investing. For example, such as preservation of principal.
Michigan Ave. Quit-Claim Deed-Cristi Dunn to when you purchase a stock, you delay the traveling public.
OPD received report of a domestic Yet if you are concerned about
OPD received request for public as- Ryan Laws, Parcel 1: part Lots 3 know that its value could go up Some of those extremely rare
sistance at mm 43 on Hwy. 12. dispute on Indio Ave. No arrest. fighting inflation, you may want
and 2, Block 4, Riverside Heights; or down. If it drops below your to look for investments than have conditions in which work may
OPD received request for agency as- OPD received report of an alcohol
easterly 12 feet of vacated B Street; purchase price, and you then sell the potential to offer rising income, continue are:
sistance on Hwy. 12. violation on Michigan Ave.
CCSO received report of a Fish
Parcel 2: easement for benefit of your shares, you will lose some of such as dividend-paying stocks. - If crews are not working on
OPD received report of a subject ar- parcel 1. roadway open to the public;
rested for driving under the influence and Game violation on North Fork your principal. In fact, you can find stocks that
Clearwater River/Ahsahka. Boat drift- June 21 Your response — You can’t elim- have increased their dividends - If the road is already closed
(DUI) following a traffic complaint on
ed down to mouth of North Fork; RP Quit-Claim Deed-Willard K. inate the risk of losing principal, for many consecutive years. (Be and all traffic is using a designat-
believes this is a poaching issue. Greenslate and Norma L. Greens- but by owning a mix of stocks, aware, though, that companies ed detour;
CCSO received request for agency late to Willard K. Greenslate and bonds, government securities can reduce or eliminate dividends - In an emergency situation
OPD received request for agency as-
assistance on Brown Ave/A St. Tod- Norma L. Greenslate, part W1/2, and other types of investments, (like flooding) where the roadway
sistance at mm 43 on Hwy. 12. at any time. Also, an investment
dler walking alone in the street. sec. 35-37N-1WBM. you can helpreduce the impact of has been damaged and requires
OPD received a traffic complaint on in stocks fluctuates, and you
Dunlap Rd. CCSO received a traffic complaint June 22 volatility on your portfolio. Keep repair; or
could lose your principal.)
OPD received request for public as- on Sunnyside Bench/Cavendish Rd. Quit-Claim Deed-Jennifer L. in mind, though, that diversifica- - On roads with very low traffic
Apart from these individual
sistance on Johnson Ave. Semi truck blocking all lanes of traffic Krall to Randal K. Krall, Lot 3 and tion, by itself, can’t guarantee a volumes.
techniques to reduce investment-
OPD received report of theft on Ce- and letting cows out. part Lot 4, Pease Subdivision. “Like most of us, contractors
profit or protect against loss. related risk, you should also save
dar St. CCSO received a traffic complaint June 23 have very little interest in working
Losing value when interest rates early and save often — because
06-21-11 on Hwy. 12, out of county. Warranty Deed-Ivy Breen to change - this type of risk primarily over the holiday,” said ITD Chief
CCSO received report of an aban- the more money you accumulate, Engineer Tom Cole. “Most would
OPD received report of petit theft on Joshua G. Allen and Angel D. affects fixed-income investments, the greater your ability to follow
Michigan Ave. doned newborn fawn on Hwy. 11/ Allen, part N1/2SE, sec. 5-36N- such as bonds. If you purchase a probably take these days off, even
Wagon Dr. a long-term strategy that reflects if it was not already required.”
OPD received report of property R2EBM, subject to easements.
CCSO received report of property bond that pays, say, a four per- your personal risk tolerance. ITD also reminds drivers not to
found on Michigan Ave.
OPD received report of disorderly found (cell phone) at the boat ramp at IDFG seeks comments on cent interest rate, and the market That’s why it’s a good idea to con- drink and drive, to remember to
mm 49 on Hwy. 12. rate goes up to five percent, then tribute as much as possible over buckle up, follow the posted speed
conduct in the Orofino area.
CCSO received report of a mountain
proposed fishing rules the value of your bond will drop the years to your IRAand 401(k)
Clearwater County Sheriff’s Office limit and call 5-1-1 or check 511.
(CCSO) received report of disorderly lion sited in the parking lot on Cedar By Niels Nokkentved, IDFG because no one will be willing to or other employer-sponsored re- idaho.gov for highway driving
conduct on Catfish and Coho lanes. St/Pine Dr. Heights. Idaho Fish and Game seeks pay you the full price for it when tirement plan. conditions.
CCSO received a traffic complaint CCSO received report of a subject public comments on a series newer, higher-yielding bonds are Questions? Visit us online at itd.
on Hwy. 11/Greer. Logging trucks arrested during a traffic stop on Hwy. of proposed changes to fishing available. By understanding the different idaho.gov, follow ITD on Twitter
going too fast and using Jake brake, 12. rules. Your response - You can com- types of investment risk, and by (IdahoITD) or Facebook and check
would like extra patrol. CCSO received request for agency All proposed rules are bat, or even ignore, interest rate acting to help lessen them, you travel conditions at 511.idaho.gov
CCSO received a traffic complaint assistance in the Orofino area. Possi- available on the Fish and Game risk by holding your bonds until can reduce much of the stress or dial 5-1-1. Please slow down in
on Lower Fords Creek Rd. Maroon/ bly intoxicated male driving an older website at: http://fishandgame. they mature. By doing so, you’ll sometimes associated with in- highway construction zones and
gray pickup newer model, was travel- black truck. i d a h o . g o v / c m s / f i s h / m i s c / get your full principal back, pro- vesting - while you increase your pay attention. Safety for drivers
ing too fast and almost ran reporting CCSO received report of a physical NonbiologicalFishRules_5_19_ vided the issuer doesn’t default, prospects for achieving your ob- and workers is our highest prior-
party (RP) off the road. domestic dispute on 129th St/ In- 2011 .pdf. Comments may be and you’ll continue to receive reg- jectives. ity.
dio Ave. Alcohol involved, parties are
Ask the conservation officer
CCSO received a traffic complaint submitted at the links on the web
on Cascade Dr. Subject traveling at separated, access to weapons in bed-
high rate of speed, RP willing to sign room.
Highlights of Fish and Game’s
recommendations include: ByGary Hompland, Regional livestock, and people. Examples better option than having the fawn
CCSO received a traffic complaint CCSO received report of a vehicle
• Allowing filleting of hatchery include chronic wasting disease, raised in the wild with its mother.
on Harmony Heights Loop Rd. Subject vs. tree accident on Hwy. 12.
salmon and steelhead
Conservation Officer, IDFG
racing on dirt bike. CCSO received a traffic complaint Question: “I heard about brucellosis, epizootic hemorrhagic Our next option includes
on Cedar Dr/Ash Ct. in Pierce. harvested and recorded on a disease, and tuberculosis. locating a licensed zoo or research
CCSO received request for extra someone that found an orphaned
CCSO received report of suspicious salmon or steelhead permit Chronic wasting disease has facility in need of deer fawns.
patrol on East 3rd St. N. in Weippe. deer fawn and raised it to an adult.
Loud music at church parking lot; circumstances on Daisy Rd/ Caven- when certain conditions are devastated wild deer populations In past years we successfully
I’d like to do this, what kinds of
kids parking every night. dish Hwy. Possible theft of wood from met. across country and caused several placed several fawns in a Chronic
CCSO received report of disturbing state land. • Allowing use of a gaff hook while permits are required?” states to prohibit importation of wasting disease research facility
Answer: The short answer is,
the peace on Hwy. 7 in the Ahsahka 06-27-11 archery fishing for non-game the carcass or skull of deer taken in Wyoming and Colorado.
only under very rare circumstances
area. Fireworks or gun shots being CCSO received request for agency fish. by hunters. Some think its spread Some may argue this is a cruel
would the Department authorize
fired. assistance on Main St. • Modifying the definition of a is by contact with infected animals option, but the fawn can play an
CCSO received report of a warrant anyone to possess a wild fawn
CCSO received report of disturbing "steelhead" in the Salmon, or body fluids. important role benefiting future
issued for failing to appear on Michi- deer or calf elk.
the peace on Three Bear Rd/Caven- Snake and Clearwater River Brucellosis in elk, bison, and wild deer populations.
gan/Brown avenues. In the past it may have been
dish. Loud cannon going off some- drainages. cattle in Wyoming threaten Idaho’s If no other options exist, the fawn
where in the area, CCSO received request for extra pa- • A new definition for when a common in Idaho to allow a livestock industry. Epizootic will be placed in a rehab facility.
trol on Schmidt Mill Rd/Deyo Dam in “Good Samaritan” to raise an
CCSO received report of a traffic fishing contest permit is hemorrhagic disease (EHD) The people that run these facilities
hazard on Hwy.11/Carrot Ridge Rd. Weippe. orphaned fawn and “release
needed. killed thousands of deer in the go to great lengths to maintain
in Weippe. Pickup with canopy in the CCSO received report of malicious • New definitions used in the it back into the wild.” When Clearwater drainage a few years as much wildness as possible to
middle of the road. injury on Michigan/Brown avenues. Idaho’s human population was
2011-2012 fishing rules ago. Two workers were infected maximize the fawn’s opportunity
06-22-11 Destruction of jail property. sparsely distributed, deer that
booklet. with tuberculosis when exposed for survival after release. There
CCSO received report of suspicious
OPD received request for a welfare
circumstances on Hwy. 11/ Deer
• Making it illegal to mark and were habituated to humans were to infected elk in a game farm in are very few of these facilities
check on Carney Dr. often released on large ranches
Creek Reservoir, back country. Two release fish. Montana. in Idaho and their abilities are
OPD received report of a residential and farms. Gracious landowners
males and one female last seen leav- Written comments also may be Many state wildlife agencies overwhelmed quickly.
burglary on Center St. tolerated these deer that often
ing Deer Creek. Driver had beer. sent to IDFG Fisheries Bureau, are restricting commercial game At this point in time, the
OPD received report of a suicidal lived out their lives within the
subject on Cedar St. CCSO received a telephone com- P.O. Box 25, Boise ID 83707. farms and private collections of Department is strongly
security of the ranch.
CCSO received report of malicious plaint/scam on Three Mile/Lolo Creek The deadline for comments is wildlife. They are also developing discouraging people from picking
These deer were usually not
injury to a vehicle on Hjalmer John- roads in Weippe. July 8. quarantine protocols to prevent up young animals. Our first
marked so the success of these
son/Upper Fords Creek roads in CCSO received report of an ATV ac- The Idaho Fish and Game the movement of infected or concern is quickly reuniting
animals returning to the wild
Weippe. cident on Hemlock Butte, back coun- Commission will act on these potentially infected animals. These young animals with their mothers.
could not be evaluated. No doubt
CCSO received report of malicious try. No injuries, unsure about dam- proposed rules at the July 28 diseases pose significant threats We are obligated to use sound
some were successful and some
injury on Chapman/Musselshell ages. meeting in Salmon. Adopted rules to wild deer and elk populations wildlife management principles
CCSO received report of a subject were not, but nature decided, not
roads in Weippe. Mail boxes have been would not take effect until April throughout Idaho. Domestication to maintain Idaho’s resources
arrested following a vehicle accident people.
destroyed. 2012. of wild deer is one of the issues and in this case other options are
CCSO received request for a wel- at Bruce’s Eddy/Dworshak Reservoir. Idaho’s population is no
longer sparsely distributed. Deer related disease transmission to necessary but far less desirable.
fare check on S. Main St/Fir Ave. in Three vehicles damaged; one ran into
habituated to humans in urban wild populations. If you have any further
Weippe. two others. Dog was injured.
environments damage property The question remains, “What questions you may call the Magic
CCSO received report of malicious 06-28-11
CCSO received report of a vehicle and threaten personal safety. can we do with orphaned fawn Valley Regional Office of the Idaho
injury on Hjalmer Johnson/Upper deer.” First, “Is it really orphaned
accident on Hwy. 11/Rock Pit Rd. in Several years ago a buck deer Department of Fish and Game at
Fords Creek roads in Weippe. Mail box
Weippe. that was raised in captivity as or was it picked up while the (208)324-4350 or e-mail us at the
a fawn attacked and injured doe was away? How old is the Fish and Game web site at http://
CCSO received request for boating
assistance at Indian Creek on Dwor- several people. One elderly lady fawn, can it fend for itself with fishand game.Idaho.gov.
shak Reservoir. RP worried about pos- was charged repeatedly, knocked a little protection? Department
employees understand the human
sible damage to boat due to recent The price of a queen bee is down and left with numerous
storm. bruises on her legs. In the end the emotion generated by fawn deer
about $15 each.
CCSO received report of a traffic deer was euthanized due to the and want to be compassionate
hazard on Hwy. 11/Carrot Ridge Rd. danger it posed to the public. about the fate of these wild deer
in Weippe. Tree has come down bring- To add a layer of complexity of fawns.
ing electrical lines with it. the issue, several wildlife diseases, Department employees first go
06-23-11 unknown in the past, now pose a to great lengths to reunite the
OPD received report of a traffic haz-
threat to other wild deer, domestic fawn with the doe. There is no
ard at mm 43 on Hwy. 12.
Aurochs was a large-sized cat-
OPD received a traffic complaint on tle -species. It is recorded to
D St. have gone into extinction in
OPD received a traffic complaint on 1627. It is said that this cattle
Main St. evolved from India, migrating
OPD received report of an accident to the Middle East and reach-
on Hwy. 12. ing as far as Europe.
OPD received report of petit theft on *** Press your tongue against the
Hwy. 12. Thrift is not an affair of the roof of your mouth when you
CCSO received report of malicious pocket, but an affair of char- perform abdominal crunches
injury on Hjalmer Johnson/Upper acter. to prevent using your neck
Fords Creek roads in Weippe. Mail S.W. Straus muscles to assist yourself up.
2B—Clearwater Tribune – Orofino, ID – JUNE 30, 2011
President Obama and the liberal Democrats, seventy of which are
SCOTT E. FOUSER, ISB No. 2968 CHARLES C. JUST, ESQ.-ISB 1779 NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING avowed members of the Nations Socialist Party, have pushed a Na-
FOUSER LAW OFFICES, P.A. KIPP L. MANWARING, ESQ.-ISB 3817 PROPOSED INCREASE tional Health Program, administered by the Federal Government in
802 Arthur Street JASON R. RAMMELL, ESQ.-ISB 5372 FOR ENHANCED EMERGENCY Washington, D.C.
P.O. Box 606 JUST LAW OFFICE COMMUNICATION FEES There are immediate plan is to cut Medicare by $523 billion.
Caldwell, Idaho 83606-0606 381 Shoup Avenue Cut 8.5 million seniors form the Medicare Advantage Plan, that’s
Telephone (208) 454-2264 P.O. Box 50271 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that those of us that carry Gap insurance.
FAX (208) 454-0136 Idaho Falls, Idaho 83405 the Board of County Commissioners of Increasing taxes.
Telephone: (208) 523-9106 Clearwater County, Idaho will meet on Rationing health care.
Attorney for Plaintiff Facsimile: (208) 523-9146 Monday, July 18, 2011 at 10:00 AM, in They are up to their old tricks, rob from the retired folks, they are
the office of the County Commissioners
just excess baggage, and as the young man, who is now a Presidential
IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE Attorneys for PHH Mortgage in the Courthouse at 150 Michigan Av- advisor said, Robert Reich, Clinton’s Secretary of Labor. “They’re too
SECOND JUDICIAL DISTRICT OF enue, Orofino, Idaho, for the purpose of expensive.” He also told an audience in 2007 “that most people will
THE STATE OF IDAHO, IN AND FOR IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE SECOND JUDICIAL DISTRICT considering and fixing fees for the emer- not live longer than their parents.” “Again, too expensive.” He wants
THE COUNTY OF STATE OF IDAHO, COUNTY OF CLEARWATER gency telephone system E-911. The pro- to force medical technology corporations to stop developing new life-
CLEARWATER posed increase is over five per cent (5%).
saving technology. On Oct. 10, 2009, Reich said, “Old People Have to
PHH MORTGAGE The following Idaho Code 31-4802(1) Die.”
sets forth authorization to assess an emer- Reich, now an Obama advisor made a speech about ObamaCare and
CASE NO. CV2011-158 Plaintiff, gency communications fee in the amount ended with this: “Thank you. And by the way, we’re going to have to, if
vs. $1.00 fee per “access line,” as adopted byyou’re very old, we’re not going to give you all that technology and all
ANOTHER SUMMONS Clearwater County in May 25, 2004; and those drugs for the last couple of years of your life to keep you maybe
CHARLES NICKERSON and DONNA NICKERSON, husband and wife; the Legislature in 2008 enacted amend- going for another couple of months. It’s too expensive...so we’re go-
UNITED STATES OF AMERICA, KNOWLTON & MILES PLLC; WELLS FARGO BANK, N.A., and JOHN DOES ment Idaho Code 31-4819; increasing the ing to let you die.” Question, who determines when we are in the last
acting through the UNITED STATES I thru X, amount by $.25 per month. This increase two years of our lives, and, are we not allowed to live those last two
DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE, Defendant(s). is proposed by the Clearwater County years?
RURAL DEVELOPMENT, Commissioners. It is now time to contact all your Senators and Representatives and
Case No. CV-2011-28 If you are unable to attend the hearingask them to repeal socialized health care, ask them to please focus
Plaintiff, and would like to comment on the pro- their efforts to make sure that repealing socialized health care is a top
SUMMONS posed fee increases, written testimony priority.
vs. will be accepted until 5:00 PM on July On top of all this, Obama said in a speech to the Congress, on Sep-
TO: CHARLES NICKERSON and DONNA NICKERSON 15, 2011. Comments may be mailed or tember 9, 2009 that he was already planning to raid socialized health
UNKNOWN HEIRS AND DEVISEES delivered to the Commissioners’ Office
care, “If we are able to slow the growth of health care…it will actually
OF LINDA JEAN SPRUELL aka LIN- NOTICE: YOU HAVE BEEN SUED BY THE ABOVE-NAMED PLAINTIFF. at PO Box 586/150 Michigan Avenue reduce the deficit by $4 trillion over the long term.”
DA JEAN SHEWBERT; RONALD A. THE COURT MAY ENTER JUDGMENT AGAINST YOU Orofino, Idaho 83544. Jack Stratton
SPRUELL; STATE OF IDAHO; and WITHOUT FURTHER NOTICE UNLESS YOU RESPOND In compliance with the American’s Orofino
RONI M. ATKINS, as Personal Repre- WITHIN TWENTY (20) DAYS. READ THE INFORMATION with Disabilities Act, anyone requesting
sentative of the estate of LINDA JEAN BELOW. reasonable accommodations may contact Dear Editor:
SPRUELL aka LINDA JEAN SHEW- Carrie Bird, Clearwater County Clerk, at Where Are We going?
BERT, You are hereby notified that in order to defend this lawsuit, an appropriate written 476-5615 at least one week prior to the For those who are critical of the job our education system is doing
response must be filed with the above designated Court within twenty (20) days after hearing. by comparing our student test scores with students in countries and
Defendants. service of this Summons on you. If you fail to respond, the Court may enter judgment DATED this 20th day of June, 2011. by questioning our low college attendance, I predict we haven’t seen
against you as demanded by the plaintiff in the Complaint. the worst yet. Wait and see what comes out of our current attempt to
NOTICE: YOU HAVE BEEN SUED BY A copy of the Complaint is served with this Summons. If you wish to seek the Board of County Commissioners reform education.
THE ABOVE-NAMED PLAINTIFF(S). advice or representation by an attorney in this matter, you should do so promptly Clearwater County, Idaho Do we really think we’re going to catch up, move ahead, or remain
THE COURT MAY ENTER JUDG- so that your written response, if any, may be filed in time and other legal rights Don Ebert, Chairman competitive in a global economy by cutting education funding, dimin-
MENT AGAINST YOU WITHOUT protected. Carrie Bird, Clerk ishing the value and number of teachers in the classroom, by appro-
FURTHER NOTICE UNLESS YOU The nature of the claim against you is judicial foreclosure. By Cindy Barnett, Deputy priating less staffing money in each future year to fund the technology
RESPOND WITHIN 20 DAYS. READ An appropriate written response requires compliance with Rule 10(a)(1) and other 6-23,30-11c initiative portion of the reform, by increasing class sizes, by developing
THE INFORMATION BELOW. rules of the Idaho Rules of Civil Procedure, and shall also include: (and funding) elitist self-servicing schools masquerading as “parental
STATE TIMBER SALE choice,” by cutting the number of instructional school days, by cutting
1. The title and number of this case. CR410058, GRAVY SHATTUCK
TO: RONALD A. SPRUELL and THE 2. If your response is an Answer to the Complaint, it must contain admissions activities, by decreasing local control, by making it more cost prohibi-
UNKNOWN HEIRS AND DEVISEES or denials of the separate allegations of the Complaint and other defenses you may tive for our high school graduates to go on to college, by using a state-
A public oral auction will be conducted wide test that only measures the lowest cognitive ability a student
OF LINDA JEAN SPRUELL aka LIN- claim. at the Idaho Department of Lands office, possesses, or just plain blaming schools for so many of society’s ills
DA JEAN SHEWBERT. 3. Your signature, mailing address and telephone number, or the signature, mailing 3130 Highway 3, Deary, Idaho 83823, at instead of truly making a parental choice and taking on some of the
address and telephone number of your attorney, 1:00 p.m. local time, on Thursday, July responsibility of helping to educate our children ourselves?
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED That 4. Proof of mailing or delivery of a copy of your response to plaintiff’s attorney, 28, 2011 for an estimated 7,950 MBF of
in order to defend this lawsuit, an ap- as designated above. You can believe other countries value education as a way of improv-
timber marked or otherwise designated ing economic development, want to give their children the very best
propriate written response must be filed To determine whether you must pay a filing fee with your response, contact the for cutting. In addition, there is an unesti- chance to have a better life, want to improve and strengthen their own
with the above designated court within 20 Clerk of the above-named Court. mated volume of pulplogs that may be re- country, and are following any semblance to our path to academic
days after service of this Another Sum- WITNESS my hand and the seal of this District Court, and dated this 14th day of moved at the option of the purchaser. Pri- excellence.
mons on you. If you fail to so respond, January 2011. or to bidding, eligible bidders shall pres-
the court may enter judgment against you I suggest we are not reforming education, we are reforming politics,
ent a certified check or bank draft payable funding, and who is in power, the local school boards or the State. We
as demanded by the plaintiff(s) in the Courtney Stifanick to Treasurer, State of Idaho, or a bid bond can’t keep adding costs to attend higher education. I further suggest
Complaint. Court Clerk acceptable to the State, in the amount of to reform education, it must happen at the local level, in the classroom
A copy of the Complaint is served with 6-16,23,30-11c $80,224.75 which is 10% of the appraised by increasing student and quality teacher contact time, giving good
this Another Summons. If you wish to STATE TIMBER SALE NOTICE net sale value of $802,247.50. The suc- support and adequate resources including technology as just another
seek the advice of or representation by an CR410064, SWAMP THING RIVERSIDE WATER & SEWER cessful bidder’s deposit will be forfeited instructional/learning tool, and using assessments as a stethoscope
attorney in this matter, you should do so DISTRICT to the State should the bidder fail to com- rather than a hammer and a way of labeling students, teachers, and
promptly so that your written response, if A public oral auction will be conducted 2011 DRINKING WATER REPORT plete the contract. The State will not ac- schools.
any, may be filed in time and other legal at the Idaho Department of Lands office, cept bids from parties who are delinquent
rights protected. 2010 RESULTS Tom C. Farley, Retired
3130 Highway 3, Deary, Idaho 83823, at Notice is hereby given that the 2011 on payments on existing state contracts. Star, Idaho
The nature of the claim against you is 10:00 a.m. local time, on Thursday, July The average starting minimum bid price
for, among other things, judicial foreclo- 28, 2011 for an estimated 4,205 MBF of Drinking Water Report regarding 2010 is $135.20 per MBF.
Idaho State Department of Education
sure of real property located at 106 Cot- timber marked or otherwise designated testing for the Riverside Water & Sewer The sale is located within Sections 20,
tonwood, Pierce, Idaho, 83546. District will not be published this year. A
for cutting. In addition, there is an 28, 29, and 32, Township 40N, Range 2E,
An appropriate written response re- unestimated volume of pulplogs that may copy will be sent to customers with their B.M., Clearwater County, State of Idaho.
quires compliance with Rule 10(a)(1) and be removed at the option of the purchaser. monthly statements. However, for those Sale duration is four (4) years. The sale
other Idaho Rules of Civil Procedure and Prior to bidding, eligible bidders shall customers who do not receive a state- may include blowdown and/or insect
shall also include: present a certified check or bank draft ment, you may obtain a copy by either and disease infected timber which may
result in additional volume and recovery By Randy Bowen
1. The title and number of this case. percent which is distributed as
payable to Treasurer, State of Idaho, or a stopping by our office located at 10460
2. If your response is an Answer to the bid bond acceptable to the State, in the Highway 12, Orofino, Idaho or by calling reductions. Interested purchasers should President Don Jezwinski called follows: First place 30 percent,
second place 12 percent and third
Complaint, it must contain admissions or amount of $52,353.45 which is 10% of the 208-476-3613. carefully examine the sale and make their the June 24 meeting to order
denials of the separate allegations of the appraised net sale value of $523,534.50. own estimates as to volume recovery, sur- promptly at 12:20 p.m. With 30 place eight percent.
Due to high water conditions on
Complaint and other defenses you may The successful bidder’s deposit will be
Dated this 14th day of June, 2011. face conditions, and proposed construc- members present President Don
claim. tion prior to bidding on the sale. Addi- enjoyed holding his last meeting Orofino Creek, floating of the logs
forfeited to the State should the bidder may have to be delayed until we
3. Your signature, mailing address fail to complete the contract. The State
Nancy K. Dawson tional information concerning the timber as the Rotary Year 2010/2011
and telephone number, or the signature, will not accept bids from parties who are and conditions of sale is available to the Club President. Congratulations have safe conditions for retrieving
District Administrator the winning logs.
mailing address and telephone number of delinquent on payments on existing state
6-16,23,30-11c public and interested bidders on the de- on a very successful year Don!
your attorney. Mike Hedrick gave the thought After several more announce-
contracts. The average starting minimum partment’s timber sale website at https://
4. Proof of mailing or delivery of a bid price is $127.45 per MBF. apps.idl.idaho.gov/timbersale or from the of the day which was a quote from ments Sergeant-at-Arms Moe
AHSAHKA WATER & SEWER Paré collected several fines for
copy of your response to plaintiff’s attor- The sale is located within Section Idaho Department of Lands office, Deary, Dale Carnegie. “The only way to
ney, as designated above. Idaho. get the best of an argument is to very legitimate offenses, all the
12, Township 39N, Range 2E, B.M., BUDGET HEARING truth and in fun!
To determine whether you must pay a Clearwater County, State of Idaho. Sale The State Board of Land Commission- avoid it.” Our finest WWII veteran
filing fee with your response, contact the duration is three (3) years. The sale Frank Avery led us in the Pledge Mike Ricommini presented Pres-
Ahsahka Water & Sewer District 2011 ers reserves the right to reject any and all
Clerk of the above-named court. of Allegiance. ident Don a very special award to
may include blowdown and/or insect budget hearing is scheduled for July bids provided that good and sufficient
DATED This 9th day of June, 2011. grounds for rejecting the bid shall be stat- After a reminder about dues be- recognize his year as Club Presi-
and disease infected timber which may 13, 2011 at 7:00 PM at the Clearwater
ed in the rejection notice and shall not be ing now due, Susie Larson gave us dent. At this meeting Don wasn’t
result in additional volume and recovery Substation Trailer on 19 Hatchery Roe
CARRIE BIRD, Clerk in violation of applicable law. an update on the progress of the so fast on the uptake, but with a
reductions. Interested purchasers should Dr., Ahsahka, Idaho. little help he realized the value of
carefully examine the sale and make their If you are disabled and need some form 2011 Rotary Log Drive. We have
By /s/ Courtney Stifanick of accommodation, please call (208) 877- over 800 tickets to sell this year. his new found recognition.\
own estimates as to volume recovery, Ashsahka Water & Sewer District
Deputy Clerk surface conditions, and proposed Board of Directors 1121 five days prior to the date of sale. Tickets are available from any Ro-
Last Friday’s program focused
6-23,30;7-7,14-11c construction prior to bidding on the sale.
Tim Barnett, Chairman For text telephone services, please call 1- tary Club member and at Empire
Realty on Johnson Avenue. Tick- on the upcoming Independent
Fourth of July Pack Additional conditions of sale is available
information concerning the 476-5027 800-377-3529.
6-30;7-7,14,21-11c ets will also be available during
School District 171 bond levy.
6-30;7-7-11c the 4th of July Picnic at Orofino First a very informative video
Bridge closed due to to the public and interested bidders on
Statewide campaign catches
City Park. was presented which explained
the department’s timber sale website
safety concerns at https://apps.idl.idaho.gov/timbersale
This is a fund raiser for the current building conditions and
Orofino - A suspension bridge or from the Idaho Department of Lands Orofino Rotary Foundation which needs followed by a detailed ex-
that crosses the North Fork office, Deary, Idaho.
Clearwater River has been closed The State Board of Land Commissioners
more than impaired drivers provides scholarships to local planation on proposed modifica-
high school students each year. tions/construction. Bob Reggear
to all uses due to concerns about reserves the right to reject any and all bids Boise - Ensuring safe travel on 366 seat belt citations, 26 child 50 percent of the proceeds will and Mike Schwartz then fielded
safety. provided that good and sufficient grounds Idaho highways is a prime reason passenger safety and youth seat go into the foundation’s scholar- questions from the membership.
According to Engineering Tech- for rejecting the bid shall be stated in for high visibility education and belt citations, 290 suspended li- ship fund. Then everyone has the Remember, the election date for
nician Bill Kessel, a recent in- the rejection notice and shall not be in enforcement campaigns that tar- cense citations, 1,151 uninsured chance to avail of the other 50 ISD 171 levy is Aug. 30.
get impaired driving, such as one
Logging activity begins on
spection revealed that the Fourth violation of applicable law. motorist citations, 1,486 speeding
of July Pack Bridge has a crushed If you are disabled and need some form planned statewide June 30 - July citations, and 39 reckless driving
cap that has caused significant of accommodation, please call (208) 877- 11, which includes the Fourth of citations.
1121 five days prior to the date of sale. July holiday.
the Palouse Ranger District
misalignment. “We encourage every driver to
The damaged cap is a serious For text telephone services, please call 1- Idaho Transportation Depart- make smart choices when behind
concern because it provides direct 800-377-3529. ment’s Office of Highway Safety the wheel of a motor vehicle,” said
Potlatch – Large-scale logging State Highway 3.
support to the cable which main- 6-30;7-7,14,21-11c works with partners statewide to Kevin Bechen, with ITD’s Highway
and timber sale activity is cur- Several spur roads will open for
tains the tower legs in position. reduce deaths and injuries from Safety Office. “ITD and its high-
The Fourth of July Pack Bridge Idaho gas prices traffic crashes by addressing im- way safety partners are commit-
rently underway on the Nez Perce- log hauling throughout the sum-
Clearwater National Forests’ mer. Forest visitors should look
provides a river crossing for Windy Idaho, June 27 - Average retail paired driving. This effort is part ted to doing everything we can to
Palouse Ranger District. Forest for posted road closure notices as
Ridge Trail 167. It is located adja- gasoline prices in Idaho have fall- of the department’s commitment help keep families safe and whole
timber staff recently confirmed timber sale activities progress. CB
cent to Pierce-Superior Road 250 en 1.5 cents per gallon in the past to achieve a goal of zero deaths on as we work Towards Zero Deaths
five operational sales, including channels and mile markers are
at approximately milepost 37. week, averaging $3.63/g yester- Idaho highways. on all of Idaho’s roadways.”
According to statistics gathered one stewardship contract and posted on most forest roads.
Forest Trails Coordinator Carol day. This compares with the na- four conventional timber sales. In addition to timber harvest,
Hennessey said the Forest al- tional average that has fallen 6.5 by ITD, 70 agencies statewide Logging operations on the dis- restoration work will be complet-
ready had a contract for repair cents per gallon in the last week participated in the St. Patrick’s New Legals Listing
For June 30, 2011 trict will cause an increase in ed by way of pre-commercial thin-
work that was funded through the to $3.58/g, according to gasoline Day safety effort to eliminate im- truck traffic; as many as 40 loads ning, white pine pruning, building
Economic Recovery Act. She said price website IdahoGasPrices. paired driving. These efforts iden- Ahsahka W&S Budget Hearing.
tified not only impaired drivers, Timber Sale – Gravy Shattuck. per day will be hauled from vari- fences, weed eradication and road
the contractor is waiting for water com. ous job sites. Motorists traveling and trail decommissioning.
levels to recede. Including the change in gas but those who were involved in Timber Sale – Swamp Thing.
Notice of Title III Funds. along the following roads should Motorists, once again, are re-
Optimistically, work may begin in prices in Idaho during the past dangerous driving behaviors or proceed with care.
Planning & Zoning Agenda. minded to use caution when trav-
about two weeks. Repairs are ex- week, prices yesterday were 76.4 caught breaking traffic laws as Road 3347, Vassar Connection, eling these roads. As an added
pected to take four to six weeks cents per gallon higher than the well. FEMA Notice.
Law enforcement officers made east and west. safety measure, vehicles should
with the goal of re-opening the same day one year ago and are Road 4761, known as School- park some distance from the
bridge by late August. 8.7 cents per gallon lower than a 225 driving under the influence
For additional information re- month ago. (DUI) arrests across the state dur- READ house Gulch or the Old Avon roadway.
Road. For more information, please
garding the bridge, please contact The national average has de- ing the 10-day St. Patrick’s Day
the North Fork Ranger District at creased 21.0 cents per gallon dur- effort, from March 11 to March
LEGALS ONLINE Road 1963, Mariah Meadows / contact Brian Palmer, North Zone
208-476-4541. ing the last month. 21.
In addition to the DUI arrests,
FOR FREE Park Loop, into Helmer. Timber Management Assistant, at
Road 1444, Dinner Bucket (208)875-1711.
law enforcement officers appre- Legal notices can be Ridge, and Road 3332, Potlatch
hended 263 fugitives, made 162 viewed free of charge at River Road, to the Forks Road and
felony arrests, recorded 210 drug www.clearwatertribune.com. Road 370, Big Creek, and Road
arrests and recovered six stolen Click on the blue “Legal
vehicles. A number of additional 770, Gold Hill, into the town of
Notices” tab near the top of Potlatch.
citations also were issued dur-
ing the campaign. These included the page, above the log-in box. Road 377, Palouse Divide, to
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Corizon, formerly Correctional Medical Services,
currently has excellent FULL TIME (all shifts and
rotating weekends) career opportunities at the
Idaho State Correctional Institution. Cori-
zon offers comprehensive beneﬁts and competi- The Nez Perce Tribe Dept. ACCOUNTS PRODUCT SUPPORT
tive rates! Are you looking for something new of Fisheries Resource PAYABLE/HR CLERK ENGINEER
that will excite you about nursing again? Con- Management Watershed Nightforce Optics, a world Nightforce Optics, a world
tact us and see why correctional nursing is a Division is recruiting for: class rifle scope manufac- class rifle scope manufac-
(NEPA) NATIONAL EN- turer, is seeking an Accounts turer, is seeking a Product
new and growing specialty!
VIRONMENTAL POLICY Payable/HR Clerk. This Support Engineer. The PS
See why our nurses enjoy:
AD DEADLINE YARD/GARAGE PARK MODEL WANTED ACT COORDINATOR position will provide skilled Engineer is required to have
*Clinic Setting HR-11-142 full-time regu- administrative support for ef- a bachelor’s degree in Me-
ALL CLASSIFIED ADS SALES HOMES TO RENT *Daily Variety
must be in by 12 NOON lar. This position will be fective, efficient and accu- chanical Engineering or re-
July 1 & 2, 7-? 998 Miles Two (2) New Homes. Perfect Need low-income housing * Low Census Days
TUESDAY to be in the cur- stationed in Lapwai, Idaho. rate financial and human re- lated field. Other minimum
Ave. Tools, furniture, an- home for singles/couples, ASAP, can pay up to $300/ For more info, contact:
rent week’s paper. Will promote watershed sources management. Min- qualifications include three
tiques. 6/30c retiree’s, vacation home, mo. rent. (208) 553-0011. Nancy James restoration and prepare imum qualifications include year’s work experience and
etc. For Rent or Sale (208) 6/30tfx
FOR SALE 476-4052. 6/9(unc)6/30c
1-800-222-8215 x9511 and/or review all aspects an Associate’s degree in Ac- proficiency in 3D CAD soft-
July 1 & 2, 8-5, 68 Mallard counting or related field and ware, ideally Autodesk In-
MISCELLANEOUS Drive - watch for signs. FOR RENT firstname.lastname@example.org of environmental analy-
fax: 314-919-9688 ses, biological evaluations, at least three year’s experi- ventor, and GD&T. Please
1987 Ford LTL 9000 dump Hunting items, lots of cloth- HOUSE APARTMENTS assessments, and/or en- ence in all phases of payroll see the detailed position
truck w/drop axle. New OR
ing, movies, games & misc. SHARING Real nice 2 bdrm apts. All vironmental impact state- processing and managing description on craigslist.org
hoist, power steering pump, items. 6/30c Quick Apply @
2 bdrms, living room, bath. appliances + W/D. Orofino. ments and make recom- payables. Please see the and/or at the Department of
brakes, new frame. Tires
$495/mo + $200 deposit.
www.cmsstl.com detailed position description Labor office. All job offers
on rear 90% or better. Tires Shares kitchen, dining, mendations regarding the
---SAVE THE DATE---
laundry room. Includes all 208 413-6176 or 208 827- EOE/AAP/DTR management of specific on craigslist.org and/or at the are contingent on passing
on drop - new, tires on Clearwater Health & Rehab
utilities and satellite TV. 0403. 6/30(unc)7/21c natural resources. Knowl- Department of Labor office. applicable employment
front - fair. 3406 CAT, 9- is having a yard sale/bake
speed, runs great. Over sale to raise money for a
Available furnished or un- MEETINGS HELP WANTED edge and experience with All job offers are contingent requirements including a
furnished. 208-476-3137. Book study Wednesday Request for Proposals - environmental compliance on passing applicable drug screen and criminal
$25,000 invested. Must new gazebo for residents
6/30-7/21c nights, 7 p.m., Riverside Contract Attorney Services is necessary for watershed employment requirements background check. Upon
sell. $10,000 OBO. (208) to enjoy. Complimentary
Recovery, 1275 Riverside The Nez Perce Tribe Child restoration is required. including a drug screen completion of a probationary
476-3034. 6/30c hot dogs! Rear parking lot
Room for rent in nice house Road, toward Ahsahka. Support Enforcement Pro- Requires Bachelor’s de- and criminal background period, a comprehensive
@ 1204 Shriver Rd., Oro- Council Senior Housing check. Upon completion benefits package is
Power Built 8 H-P Power on Riverside, with access to (208) 476-9393. 6/9-6/30p gram is accepting propos- gree (Master’s preferred)
fino. July 16, 8a - 3p. To has 1 bdrm apts available of a probationary period, available. Salary will be
Train Briggs Stratton. 208- fully equipped kitchen and als for contract services of in related field. Three (3)
donate items, call Danelle in the wonderful mountain a comprehensive benefits commensurate with ex-
476-7798. 6/30p on-site laundry facilities. Women’s Support Group Child Support Enforcement years of professional level
or Joy at (208) 476-4568. community of Council, ID package is available. Salary perience, education and
$400 a month, includes Thursdays at Noon, room Attorney. The Attorney will experience (one (1) year
6/23-7/14c for those individuals age will be commensurate with skill set. Applications
Sears Kenmore dryer. Good all utilities and wireless 209 upstairs in the post provide legal representa- experience with Master’s
internet. Short term or long 62+, or disabled, with or office. YWCA Outreach of- degree), and two (2) years experience, education will be accepted through
condition $50. 208-435- ESTATE/ term. Call Angela 476-7753. without children. If you love
tion in tribal court proceed-
supervisory experience are and skill set. Applications the local Department
4756. 6/30c fice. unc x ings and assistance to staff
MOVING SALE 6/30-7/7c the outdoors and enjoy in the reviewing and draft- required. Requires a valid will be accepted through of Labor through July
Estate/Moving Sale – mountain views; Council Samaritan Road ing of motions, pleadings driver’s license and abil- the local Department of 5, 2011. Females and
2005 Suzuki Eiger 400, FOR RENT
Linda Woods, Weippe, ID Senior Housing is the place 12 Steps to Recovery and orders. Current case- ity to be insured under the Labor office through July minorities are encouraged
4x4, winch, horn, brake
lights. $3,500. 208 476- Friday/Sat., 8 a.m. – 5 p.m. MOBILE HOMES to call home. Rental assis- Friday evenings 6 p.m. at load is approximately 300 Tribe’s policy. A complete 5, 2011. Females and to apply. Nightforce Optics,
Contents of cabins, shop, 2 bdrm/1 bath $550/mo., tance available. Call EOA Orofino Community Church. clients. Must be eligible to application includes: NPT minorities are encouraged Inc., is an Equal Opportunity
home, carport & all yard 3 bdrm/2 bath. $575/ 1-800-273-4462. EOA is an 14233 Hwy 12. unc x practice law under the pro- application to: (NEPA) NA- to apply. Nightforce Optics, Employer. 6/23-30c
decorations. Buck rake, mo. Newer homes, very Equal Housing Opportunity visions of the Nez Perce TIONAL ENVIRONMEN- Inc., is an Equal Opportunity
wagon, plows, wheels, etc. nice condition. 208-476- provider. 6/30-7/7c Saturday Night Live AA Tribe Law and Order Code TAL POLICY ACT COOR- Employer. 6/23-30c
saw- SPRING SALE- Cut
lumber any dimension, any- Special mention: small 4052. 6/16(unc)7/7c 6 p.m. Saturdays has which requires current li- DINATOR HR-11-142, P.O.
table from the Rex room. 1 bdrm town apt. in smoke moved. Now meets next censure under any State Box 365, Lapwai, ID 83540 Clearwater County Mechanic
time. MAKE MONEY and
Morgan, CC and Eagle Very nice 3 bdrm, 2 bath, free bldg. Adults only. to Stoddard Electric. 476- Bar Association. Must pass by 4:30 pm 7/1/11 (208) This is a full time position
SAVE MONEY In stock
silver dollars, antlers, Red family room, living room, $550/mo + $400 deposit, 9068. unc x a thorough background 843-7332 Tribal preference (40 hours per week) re-
ready to ship. Starting at Integrated Personnel is
Ryder BB gun, piano, DR new paint and carpet on pri- utilities included. Referenc- check and provide three applies. INCOMPLETE sponsible for the service &
$995.00. www.Norwood- seeking applicants for Pro-
All terrain Field & Brush vate 1 acre with views. WSG es required. 208-476-4660. Alcoholics Anonymous in current professional work APPLICATION PACKETS repair to equipment neces-
Sawmills.com/300N 1- duction/Mill Laborers, Plan-
mower, gun safe, too paid. No smoking, outside 6/23(unc)7/14c Kamiah. Open AA meeting references required. Bid WILL NOT BE CONSID- sary for the maintenance
800-578-1363 Ext. 300N er Setup, Lumber Graders,
much to list. Bring cash, pet negotiable. 216 Brittany every Tuesday at 8 p.m. should include estimated ERED. www.nezperce.org of county roads. Work is
6/9-7/7p Construction/Mill Wrights,
checks accepted on very Ln, 3 1/2 miles up Wells 1 bdrm apt. $335/mo Presbyterian Church, corner hours and cost per hour 6/23-30c performed in shop & out
limited basis. Hwy 11 to Bench Road. $800/mo, + deposit. No pets. No of Hill and 7th Sts. unc x and any other expense re- on road. Some knowledge
TOYO STOVES summer nance/Waste Water Labor-
Weippe, follow signs. 6/30p $400/dep. 208-553-1849, smoking,. 208-476-3877. lated to provide the above Mix truck driver. CDL re- of office equipment / proce-
service time at B&R Sales ers. Call (208) 798-0600
208-871-1161. 6/30-7/7p 6/16(unc)7/7c Open AA Meetings, Tues. service at part time 24 quired. 208 476-0103 or dures and record keeping
& Service in Cottonwood. for an interview. 6/30c
HUGE Estate/Yard Sale, Wed. Fri. & Sat. at 7 p.m. hours or less per week. 208 926-0103. Ask for is a plus. A complete set
Save $20. Also save now
Friday July 8th - 11 a.m.-5 2 bdrm, remodeled. WS & Hilltop Alano Club, N. 1st E. CSEP reserves the right Dan or Alex or leave msg. of hand tools is required.
on oil, wood, gas, pellet,
p.m. Saturday July 9th - 8
OFFICE/ power provided. $450/mo 6/30(unc)7/21c Work is performed under
and electric stoves and fire- Weippe. Monday - Weippe to accept or reject any or ANNOUNCEMENT
places. Call Bill at 888-962- a.m.-4 p.m. V.F.W. Building COMMERCIAL plus $300 deposit. (208) Senior Center 7:00 p.m. all bids. Indian/tribal pref- the direct supervision of
Kitchen Manager at Orofino
- 330 Michigan Ave. Orofino Great location! Commercial. 476-3021. 6/9(unc)6/30c Contact 208-435-4827, erence will apply. Experi- Help wanted: Youth Servic- the Road Forman. Safety
7381. 6/30(unc)7/21c High School. Selected ap-
6/30-7/7c 24x60’ shop. 208-476-4103. unc x ence working in tribal judi- es Library 23 hrs/wk. Send is always of utmost im-
plicant will be responsible
6/23(unc)7/14c cial systems or with tribal resume & cover letter to portance. Starting wage is
MOTORHOME EDUCATION/ Orofino Lunch Bunch government preferred. Bid Weippe Public Library, Box $15.15 per hour with full
to obtain a criminal back-
1979 Tioga 22 ft. All self ground check and need
Business space for rent. 121 435, Weippe, ID 83553. benefit package. Position
contained w/generator, orig- CLASSES 1st Street. $600/mo. 208
Open AA Meets Mondays closing date is July 15,
is open until filled. Pre-em-
to pass a drug screening.
& Wednesdays at Noon. 2011. Submit proposals to Duties include working
inal 14,900 miles, air condi- ALLIED HEALTH CAREER Direct inquiries to Carmen
476-4311. 6/9(unc)6/30c Church of the Nazarene 802 Nez Perce Tribe Child Sup- with public, planning & ployment drug test, back-
tioning, used 6 hours. Very TRAINING - Attend college Griffith, Food Service Di-
Michigan Ave.unc x port Enforcement, P.O. Box implementing programs for ground check, must pos-
good condition. $6,500. 208 100% online. Job place- rector. Salary is $10.61/hr.
Office space available on 365, Lapwai, ID 83540. For preschool thru teens. Sal- sess a class A commercial
476-4175. 6/30c ment assistance. Comput- Starting date: August 23,
Michigan Ave. inside the Hel- Orofino Supper Club Open more information call 208- ary D.O.E. Closes July 8th. drivers license with class A
er available. Financial Aid if 2011. Open until filled.
geson Hotel. Appx 1,250 sq. AA meeting Monday eves. 843-7362. 6/30-7/7c 6/23-30c endorsement and a clean
qualified. SCHEV certified. Applications available at
TRAILER Call 800-481-9409 www.
ft. Consists of 4 offices and at 6:30 p.m. at Orofino City driving record is required.
the Administration Office
One gooseneck trailer. 20- inviting lobby. Offstreet park- Park. unc x CLASSIFIED ADS Established insurance Applications must be
CenturaOnline.com. 6/9- (208) 476-5593. EOE/AA
foot deck, 5-foot dovetail, ing and most utilities included Agency seeks individual for picked up at Idaho Depart-
3 ramps. Locking toolbox,
6/30p in rent. Call Valley Rentals, WORK. Call 208-476- full time, permanent posi- ment of Labor 410 Johnson
Arms Wide Open - A sup- PREFERENCE. 6/23-30c
102 inches wide. (2) 10,000 208-476-3509 or 208-827- port group for parents and 4571 to place yours. tion in their Orofino, Idaho Ave, PO Box 391, Orofino,
lb front lift jacks, spare tire.
WANTED 0270. 6/9(unc)6/30c care providers of children office. Individual should Id. 83544. 6/16(unc)7/7c
Cash for lead. Any amount. have excellent customer CLASSIFIED ADS
(2) 12,000 lb axles. $5,300 with disabilities or special
OBO. (208) 476-3034.
Call 476-5024 9 a.m. to 7
needs. Third Thursday each
month 6:30 p.m. at Orofino
YOUR AD service skills, be well or-
ganized, efficient and able
ALANON meets every
WORK. Call 208-476-
4571 to place yours.
to handle multiple projects Tuesday, 7 p.m. Juliaetta
Tabernacle Church, 1839
NOTICES Michigan Ave. Contact: simultaneously. Sales ex- Community Church 208-
VEHICLES I, James F. Kress, as of June perience preferred. Previ- 276-3761 or 208-289-3151
1987 Chevy Cavalier - Jean Coil 476-4128. unc x
$1000 or make offer. For
3, 2011, am not responsible
for debts incurred by James
Call us at ous insurance experience for more info. unc x
and licensing is a plus but
parts or to restore. Call 208 W. Kress. 6/23-7/14c (208) 476-4571
SERVICES to place your
not required. Management
position available for the YOUR AD
right person. Salary and
2002 Jeep Liberty Ltd. Edi-
tion, 4 door, 4x4, loaded.
Have a vacant house you’re
trying to sell? I will housesit ad today. benefits DOE. Please send
resume to Greg Kimber-
Good tires, 69,900 miles.
$7,800. 208 476-4175.
for free! (208) 553-0011.
REAL ESTATE FOR SALE ling Insurance, PO Box Call us at
6/30tfx REAL ESTATE FOR SALE 2586, Orofino, ID 83544.
6/9(unc)6/30c (208) 476-4571
MEETINGS to place your
1986 Ford Pickup, F-150. Visit our online
Open AA and Recovery
6-cylinder, 4-speed, AM/
FM cassette player. Clean,
meeting at Peck Com-
newspaper at www.
munity Center, 7:30 p.m
good tires, runs great.
Mondays. unc x
(Windshield is cracked). REAL ESTATE FOR SALE REAL ESTATE FOR SALE
$1,300 OBO. (208) 476-
Open AA meeting. Next
to Stoddard Electric. on 476-7633
Hwy 12, Orofino. 6-7 p.m.
WOOD STOVES Fridays. unc x.
The Stove that Jack Built
- High quality, efficient, du- Open Women’s AA meet-
rable - this locally built stove ing. Sunday at 4 p.m.., next
will keep you warm for gen- to Stoddard Electric. unc x
erations. Wright’s Custom
Welding. (208) 476-4014. TIMBER WANTED TIMBER WANTED
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JUNE 30, 2011 – Orofino, ID – Clearwater Tribune—5B
Type O negative blood supply
drops to critically low levels
Red Cross asks eligible blood donors to make and keep appointments
The supply of type O negative
blood at the American Red Cross
has dropped to critically low lev-
Cross in Idaho provides lifesaving
blood to more than 40 hospitals
and must have 1200 people give
Duchess and Mac
els. blood and platelets each week to
Type O negative blood is al- meet hospital demand. Accident
ways in high demand because victims, as well as patients with
it can be transfused to patients cancer, sickle cell disease, blood
with any blood type, especially disorders and other illnesses re-
in emergency situations. Type O ceive lifesaving transfusions ev-
negative donors are needed now ery day. There is no substitute
to help prevent the type O nega- for blood and volunteer donors
tive blood supply from declining are the only source.
While all blood types are need- Individuals who are at least 17
ed during the summer months, years old, meet weight and height
the Red Cross urges those eligi- requirements (110 pounds or
ble donors with O negative blood more, depending on their height)
type to make and keep appoint- and are in generally good health
ments in the upcoming days to may be eligible to give blood. Duchess. On the right is a picture of her mammary tumors.
help restore the blood supply. Please bring your Red Cross
A shortage of type O nega- blood donor card or other form cat/kitten food and litter right
tive blood often occurs during of positive ID when you come to now. We also need small ceram-
the summer months when few- donate. ic bowls for the kitten and cat
er donors are giving because of Eligible blood donors are asked food. We also need covered litter
summer vacations and schools to please call 1-800-RED CROSS pans.
approaching summer break are (1-800-733-2767) or visit red- We need towels to bathe our
hosting fewer drives. crossblood.org to find a blood dogs and cats. Please don’t throw
Every 20 minutes, someone drive and to make an appoint- your old towels away—we will
in Idaho needs blood. The Red ment. put them to good use.
***We need nylabones and tug
toys for the dogs/puppies and
Nez Perce National toys for our cats/kittens right
You can drop all donations of
Historical Park on Twitter
Nez Perce National Historical with people,” DeGrosky said.
In the last two weeks we have
food, toys, blankets, etc. at Oro-
fino Builders Supply. Steve and
gotten two stray dogs that were Leila Crockett continue to be
Park is now on Twitter, super- “Tweeting is yet another way to both found running on Hwy 12. animal lovers and great support-
intendent Tami DeGrosky an- experience America’s national The first we named “Duch- ers.
nounced June 15. parks.” ess.” She is an eight year old fe-
The public can access resourc- Nez Perce National Historical male Doxie. When we found her Remember, your donations are tax
es, events, and interpretive ac- Park commemorates the heritage she was skin and bones. The vet deductible. Thank you for thinking
tivities on Twitter for three sites of Nez Perce Country at 38 sites says she has had many litters of of us! Our mailing address is:
of Nez Perce National Historical in Idaho, Oregon, Washington, puppies. Her teeth are in horri- Clearwater Humane Society,
Park. For the park, please visit us and Montana. Park headquar- ble condition. Poor Duchess has P.O. Box 2063, Orofino, ID 83544.
at www.twitter.com/nezperceNP. ters, including a museum and four mammary tumors. These
For Big Hole National Battlefield visitor center, is 12 miles east of mammary tumors could be ma- Adoptions by appointment
the address is www.twitter.com/ Lewiston on U.S. Highway 95 at lignant. The vet says we can’t only. Call 476-9823.
bigholeNPS and Bear Paw Battle- Spalding. The park is open daily wait any longer to have them re- (2) 7 week old kittens. Pictured
field in Montana, is at www.twit- from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m., admission moved. #3.
ter.com/bearpawNPS DeGrosky free. We had to give Duchess some Pepper-5-year-old female
said. Additional information is avail- time, giving her good food and vi- Chocolate Lab X. Great with
“The National Park Service is able at 208-843-7001 and www. tamins to build up her strength. kids, dogs and cats. Very gentle
adopting social media to connect nps.gov/nepe. While we have had Duchess she nature. Pictured #1.
has discovered that toys are for All animals are not always
playing with. She didn’t know pictured. Please call to see if we
that when she came to us. She have a dog or cat for you!
has put on weight and is running For any information on any
around playing with the other of our animals, call 476-9823.
dogs. Please leave your name, tele-
Duchess loves to play fetch. phone number, and the reason
We need your help to save Duch- you are calling. Please speak
ess. Her surgery is going to cost clearly and slowly.
$650. After recovering, Duchess Lost and found
will be able to find her forever Found Thursday running on
home. Gilbert Grade – female Chocolate
The second stray that was also Lab X wearing a collar.
running on Hwy 12 we named Found Thursday in the Hart-
“Mac.” He also was very thin and ford Avenue area – Male dog. Pic-
had horrible diarrhea because of tured #2.
an intestinal infection. Mac also Male brown Terrier X has been
has a life threatening perineal running on 138th Ave. area for a
hernia. This hernia is life threat- week.
ening because left it will close off Lost–Siamese cat, cream body
Shown (l to r) are Allie Gunter, Kolby Vaughn, Annie Vaage, Jainah
the bladder and colon. with dark coloring on face, tail &
Helkey (back row) and Caleb Dannels (front, center).
When Mac was bathed he had feet. Neutered. Missing from Ad-
ams Road area.
LEAP welcomes Caleb Rockwell Dannels large pieces of cement on his
skin. He is a gentle and small All stray dogs and cats are vac-
Caleb will be in first grade about reading, and worked on cinated and wormed upon arriv-
Black Lab X. His surgery is esti-
this fall at Orofino Elementary matching stuff. He enjoyed going al for their safety and the safety
mated at $700. He has the kind-
School. He has never been in out to recess and having snacks. of the other dogs and cats. They
est eyes and is so grateful for ev-
first grade so he isn’t sure what Caleb can count to 100 now are also neutered and spayed af-
ery small thing.
he will learn there but he knows and he is working on writing his ter a five (5) day waiting period
Please help us save these two
he will learn to work hard. He numbers. and then put up for adoption. All
sweet souls by donating now.
thinks in first grade he might costs are the responsibility of the
Both Mac and Duchess need and
learn to build a bird house, build If you are interested in learn- owner claiming the dog or cat
deserve finally getting a joyful,
a desk or a tractor, and do ex- ing more about LEAP, CHEEP, If you recognize any of the
healthy life filled with love.
periments. or any of the other Clearwater above strays and know who the
Our policy on strays
Caleb says he will be seven Youth Alliance non-profit enti-
HP Drop-in Center
All stray dogs and cats are owner is, please call. We want
years old by the time he is done ties, visit us online at www.clear- to get these wonderful dogs and
vaccinated upon arrival for their
with first grade and he will be wateralliance.org, visit LEAP cats back to their homes. Call
safety and the safety of the other
seven pounds tall. Last year he and CHEEP at 245 114th St. on 476-9823.
By Geri Goldsberry to donate will be most appreci-
was in Mrs. Naden’s class and Riverside in Orofino or call us at
dogs and cats. They are also neu-
Although you do not know us, ated. Please call Geri Goldsberry tered and spayed on the sixth (6)
they did a lot of work. He learned 208-827-0523 or 208 476-7679.
as we cannot yet be seen, we are at 476-4635 and we will make day. All costs are the responsibil-
a brand new non-profit organi- arrangements to pick up your ity of the owner claiming the dog.
zation known as the HP Drop- gift at your earliest convenience, Strays are held for five (5) days
in Center. We are an alcohol (per IRS publication 4220, pg. and then are for adoption.
and drug free zone, supported 12, “When donations are made Wish list: 1 2
through membership fees, com- while the incorporation which Dog and kitten food needed
munity donations, regular so- has filed for tax-exempt status is ***We need large stainless
cial and educational events and waiting for the IRS decision, all steel bowls for water. We also
a wide variety of fundraisers donations made to said incorpo- need treats for training. Small
produced and presented by our ration are tax deductible back to milk bones and other tasty treats
members. the date of the incorporation”). are great.
The Drop-in Center is com- Our plan is to begin moving We are almost out of blankets.
ing here to serve those folks in into a nearby building located Please donate your clean used
alcohol land drug recovery by here in Orofino, possibly as soon ones. We cannot use sleeping
providing the facilities they will as mid-summer 2011. We are bags or comforters. Dogs will 3
find useful while learning and hopeful our presence in the Oro- chew the zippers and stuffing
building the new, healthy and fino community will show our from sleeping bags and comfort- #1 and #3 are animals for adop-
fun life changes for their suc- appreciation through our posi- ers. Blankets and bedspreads tion. #2 is a stray. See article
cessful clean and sober recovery, tive return back to you and your are great! under “Adoptions” and “Lost
as well as for all of the Orofino families. We really need canned and dry & Found” for descriptions.
and neighbor communities who
understand and appreciate the Donated items needed
value of this type of an environ-
ment of environment for their
Coffee pots (for counter and
meeting rooms); cooking uten- Estimate your 2011 taxes
sils; dishes, cups, glasses, sil-
property taxes online
We will have a breakfast, ham- verware, tables, chairs, couches
burger, sandwich, dessert and and easy chairs, cassette tapes
beverage bar; available meeting and/or CD’s, pool table, books, Residents in 21 Idaho counties account the results of taxing dis-
rooms for rent (larger room for VCR player, shelves, bulletin can estimate their 2011 property trict levies that have already been
community event rental), ac- boards, chalk boards, stick pins/ taxes by visiting the Idaho State approved this year, it doesn’t in-
tivities such as opportunities fro chalk, digital TV/computer mon- Tax Commission’s website at tax. clude the impact of any levies
teens/kids and other interested itors, playing cards, table games, idaho.gov. The “Quick Picks” sec- that may pass in August.
folks to write, direct and perform dominoes, toys and games, com- tion on the home page links to a
in their own HP Theatre troupe, puters, surge protectors, print- calculator that allows taxpayers Also, it doesn’t include fees
computer skills tutoring and on- ers, keyboards, office supplies, to estimate what they will owe. (e.g. solid waste, forest protec-
line leaning, arts and crafts cre- vertical blinds/curtains, kara- Residents will need to use in- tion) that may be billed on tax
ation and sales, workshops by oke machine, sewing machine/ formation from their property tax notices. Actual tax amounts will
local and nearby communities, thread, clothing/costumes/ma- “Back side of the money.” Nate Bays from southern Idaho took assessment notice to calculate be determined after cities, coun-
weekly dances, karaoke and so terial (for HP Theatre Troupe), the money in the bareback event at the Whitebird Rodeo, held the tax. ties, and other taxing districts set
much more. props/scripts for plays. June 18. While the estimate takes into their budgets in late summer.
The membership themselves Also needed are tools for set
CLEARWATER TRIBUNE CLASSIFIEDS
will be developing here what they building/ electrical drill, drivers,
want the HP Drop-in Center to saws, hammers, art supplies,
be for them.
As with most non-profit organi-
paper (of all kinds) wall and art
paints, brushes (all sizes and GO ONLINE AND ARE FREE TO VIEW.
zation, HP Drop-in Center is go- types), pens pencils, felt pens, Call (208) 476-4571 to place a classified.
ing to need a helping hand with stencils, scissors, glue, electronic
our furnishing and household games, computer games, baking
needs in order to get started. pans, raffle tickets/prizes, cue
This is where you come in. A list sticks/pool balls, music-movie-
is provided you with our many instructional CD’s/DVD’s/VCR
needs. Anything you may be able tapes.
6B—Clearwater Tribune – Orofino, ID – JUNE 30, 2011
County Office Committee
School District #171 has pro-
posed an increase in student fees
from what they were in the 2010-
members of great service to FSA
Managing the many programs county will be accepting nomina- area are encouraged to consider
11 school year to help meet in- in the Farm Service Agency (FSA) tions for members whose terms nominating themselves or anoth-
creasing costs. are not only the responsibility of are complete. The terms are for er producer to run for the Com-
Increases include: USDA FSA regular employees, three years and producers can mittee in 2011. After more than
many of the programs come be-
*Driver’s education fees will in- serve for nine consecutive years. 70 years, the county committee
crease to $125 from last year’s fore the elected members of a The position held by Ross Triplett structure remains a cornerstone
fees of $105. county office committee or COC. is up for election this year. of FSA’s efforts to preserve and
*Food service fees for lunchesThe three-to-five-person commit- All eligible producers from his promote American agriculture.
for grades K-6 will increase to tees hear appeals from fellow pro-
$1.95 from $1.85. ducers on most agency decisions.
*Lunches for grades 7-12 will Committees also make decisions
increase to $2.20 from $2.10. that help to determine program
*Milk will increase from 30 payments. The committees meet
cents to 35 cents. approximately once a month.
County farmers and ranchers are
encouraged to vote in the annual
committee election to guarantee
the committee truly represents
the agricultural producers in each
The committee system provides
an unusual federal government
experience: farmers and ranchers
are elected by their peers to help
FSA administer farm programs
and provide an important source
of information. June 15 began the
Josh Smith, University of Washington Medical School student, is start of a new nomination period
Stocks listed on the New York
doing a rotation at CVHC this summer. for COC members. All FSA pro-
Stock Exchange have three or
Medical student fewer letters in their ticker
ducers have been mailed a nomi-
nation form either as part of their
May newsletter or directly from
shadows Dr. Petersen at CVHC
medical school slots for students
the local office. The nomination
period runs through Aug. 1
Joan Mount from Green Things Nursery in Orofino presented
Coach Robb Akey with an Orofino Maniac sweatshirt at the Farm
Josh Smith, a second year
medical student at the Univer- from Washington, Wyoming, “Serving on the county commit- Bureau sponsored dinner May 13 in Orofino. Farm Bureau member
sity of Washington, is spending a Alaska, Montana and Idaho. He tee is a community service,” Dick Bill White is in the background.
month at Clearwater Valley Hos-
pital and Clinics with Dr. Phil
was raised in Boise and attended
Bishop Kelly High School.
“Having students in the health-
Rush State Executive Director
said. “Having a balanced well-re-
spected committee is very impor-
Robb Akey speaks at
Petersen as his preceptor. Smith
graduated from the University of
Idaho receiving his undergradu-
care field do onsite training or
rotations helps us recruit future
tant to FSA and to local farmers
and ranchers. I would encourage Farm Bureau event in Orofino
What do the Idaho Farm Bureau trip up to Moscow to cheer on the
ate degree in Microbiology. professionals. Although the stu- any farmer to call their local FSA
dents, themselves, may not even- office and find out more about it.” and Coach Akey have in common? Idaho Vandals.
While residing in Moscow he
took an EMT course then an ad- tually join our staff they may The side of a hammer is called FSA has a two-pronged mis- The answer is they both work If you would like to learn more
vanced EMT course so he could tell their fellow graduates about the cheek. sion: First, it oversees a portfolio with teams. Clearwater/Lewis about Farm Bureau, please visit
of programs dealing with disaster County Farm Bureau sponsored a the Farm Bureau Insurance office
work for the local ambulance their experience here and encour-
assistance, conservation practic- dinner for area residents on May in Orofino for more details, or visit
and fire department. “I thought age them to practice in the Oro-
es and revenue assistance. Sec- 13 at the Best Western in Orofino our website at www.idahofb.org.
it would give me good experience fino area,” said Jeanette Gorman,
ond, the agency also makes loans to promote Farm Bureau. The
and a sense of what medical care CVHC Community Relations Co-
to producers for annual operating keynote speaker for the event was
looked like from the patient’s ordinator who will be helping
expenses, purchasing or expand- Robb Akey, coach of the University
point of view,” said Smith. “It was Smith identify a community proj-
ing agricultural operations and of Idaho Vandal Football Team.
a good experience and confirmed ect during his stay. Robb Akey gave attendees
that I really do want to become a emergency loans to repair natural
a real treat as he spoke of his
doctor.” Eyelashes help to keep dirt out disaster damage. past football experiences and his
While at CVHC he will jointly of eyes and eyebrows help to The current Clearwater Coun-
philosophy on team building and
see patients with Dr. Petersen keep perspiration from run- ty committee is made up of Cory what constitutes a successful
once the patient has granted their ning into eyes. Brown (Chairperson), Earl Law-
team. He impresses upon his
permission. “I am not sure what rence (Vice-Chairperson) and
players that discipline, hard work,
field of medicine I’ll go into. I am Ross Triplett (Regular Member).
and a desire for excellence in every
thinking that emergency or inter- Together they have served local
aspect of the game and in life are
nal medicine would be a good fit farmers and ranchers for the past the building blocks of success.
for me, but I won’t make that deci- three years. Committees can also Coach Akey is an energetic and
sion until further down the road.” JULY 6 PROGRAM appoint advisors to speak for pro- energizing personality and he
He said his love of science com- ducer interests that aren’t already
Clw. Valley Hospital represented by the committee.
hopes to instill in his football
bined with his interest in working Telemedicine, Robot Tech teams his desire for excellence.
with people prompted the decision Each county committee draws Winning is important to him, but
to enter medical school. its members from local adminis- not at the expense of excellence.
Smith is part of the WWAMI Hubert Booth gets credit for trative areas called LAAs. Terms Coach Akey gave attendees a
collaborative program which inventing the first modern vac- are staggered to maintain con- peek at the upcoming season and
guarantees a certain amount of uum cleaner in 1901. tinuity and at least one LAA per encouraged them to make the