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We do Rug binding,
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613 D St. Rupert, ID
436-1722
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KRAUS ESTATE SALE 138
W. 200 S. Rupert. March 17,
18 & 19 9AM TO 5. Kirby
vacuum, recliners, end tables,
Big Screen TV, 5 disc theater
system, couch, love seat, console stereo, decorative mirror, clocks, desk, bedroom
sets, mattresses, dinette set,
freezers, refrigerators, stove,
washer/dryer, pictures, kitchen items, canning supplies,
books, lamps, bedding, towels, BBQ grill, Smoker, food
dehydrators, china dishes (12
setting), Garden & Machine
shop items - welders, table
saw, tools, air compressors,
ladders, wheelbarrows, Troy
Bilt tiller, weed trimmers,
patio furniture, Front Loader
TRACTOR w/ scraper, harrow, lumber, building tin, Antiques - school bell, ceramic
crocks LOTS of misc items
For sale: Shih-Tzu pure bred,
adorable little girl, 4 months old,
1st shots and paper trained. $250.
Call 654-9579 (35)
Cox Center, 1200 Parke Ave,
Events for all Occasions. During
week or all week end. Various
rates depending on party size, and
hours. For prices call Alan – 208219-2142, Jim – 208-219-2131 or
Teresa – 208-431-2723. (32)
Great HUD home in Rupert, As
Is, Large 4 beds, 3 baths, open living room, kitchenette, on 1 acre.
MLS #109874 for more information www.HUDHomestore.com,
or call Kelly 312-1243 or Holli
312-5715 at River Bridge Realty
208-878-1751 (35)
For sale - New BIO-Directional
Antennae, landlord didn’t like
it on my roof (3 days) – didn’t
match his. Will sell for half cost,
bought locally, have receipt $70.
Call 654-9443 (35)
For Rent Burley: Very nice recently remodeled 3 bdrm/13/4 bth
home/w 1 car garage $725 month
$400 deposit. Call 678-9400 No
smoking No pets. (35)
Gifts for all occasions – Wholesale Retail consignments. Business opportunities available. Your
business your money. Call 8785170 ask for Gayle. M-F 10:00
– 5:00 (32)
2 bedrooms, 1 1/2 baths in a
lovely area. Mature landscaping,
covered patio, cozy replace and
a modern kitchen can all be yours
for only $99,500! Call Pat Mer-
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THANK YOU
To the sponsors in the Mini-Cassia Area
who supported the Miss Minico High School
Scholarship Contest that was held Feb. 18th.
A Special Thanks to Mrs. Dallolio and the
Yearbook Staff for putting it together. And to
The Pomerelle Ski Patrol for being escorts.
Ester Hollenbeck
rigan today at (208) 878-4456 or
(208) 431-4236. MLS# 109332
(35)
One bedroom apartment, located
at 700 West 13th Street, apt. 1,
Burley, rent $350, deposit $200,
call 438-4603 (32)
Warren House Currently has 9 vacant apartments available! A Senior Assisted living home. Take
advantage of some savings with
our March promo! Call Jaime
Alejandro for Details. 208-5982954 (35)
For rent in Rupert, small unfurnished 1 bedroom house. Stove,
refrigerator, washer, dryer, no
smoking, no pets. $295 per month
$300 deposit. 431-8130 (35)
For rent: two bed, two bath,
single wide, also for sale: 2 bed,
2 bath, single wide with tip out,
ready to move in. Call 436-9431
(35)
Burley:
Just
reduced
to $99,900 very nice 3 bed 11/2
STARTING MARCH 21ST
bath 1 car garage home. Recently
remodeled with new roof, and
kitchen cabinets. Great deck for
BBQ’s in spacious back yard. Call
Joe Taylor at 678-9400 Carey and
Adams. (MLS#109676) (35)
1997 Jeep Wrangler, 59,000
miles, hard top, extra heavy duty
rack, excellent condition, great
tires and rims, $7,500. Call 3124479 day or 438-4060 night. (38)
When your guitar or stringed instrument needs repaired experience is important. Marcus Meek
has been doing this for over 40
years. He also teaches guitar,
drums and bass, 6:30 a.m. to 7:00
p.m. Monday thru Saturday. Students 5 to 70 years old with great
results. Not connected to Guitar
Shop on Overland. Call Private
Studio. 878-2722 (38)
Massage specials, 3 for $100 or
4 for $120. Call Christie at 3124422 or 878-7256. You can also
stop in at The Salon, 1252 Oakley
Ave., Burley. (35)
Dr. Serr’s Hours
Dr. Hansen will have a new partner MON-TUES-THURS
5PM-8PM
working evenings & weekends
WEDNESDAY
8:30-NOON
SINCE 1999
FRIDAY
2PM-5PM
878-CARE(2273)
Scott M. Serr, D.C.
Se Habla Español
SATURDAY
8:30-NOON
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16,000 Households Mailed Every Week
We pay all utilities except gas
heat. New carpet. $350 month
$200 deposit. 878-8092. (38)
Bridal & Prom
Shoppe
Stitches N Stars Quilting, 2209
Overland, Burley (behind Subway) 678-2435. New wildlife
quilts, wedding quilts, quilting
classes, oak quilt racks/ furniture.
Affordable fabric $4 and down.
Long-arm and hand quilting services. (38)
Wanted: Looking for nice, used
trampoline. Willing to haul and/
or repair. Please call 650-8665
(38)
By appointment only
670-3512
bath condo that is located close to
everything. Owner nance available. Only $33, 000.Call Joe Taylor at Carey and Adams 678-9400
(35)
Wheelchairs – two electric, Jet 2
and Hoverround, after 7:00 6771112 Heyburn. (38)
Burley Just reduced to $99,900
very nice 3 bed 11/2 bath 1 car
garage home . Recently remodeled with new roof, and kitchen
cabinets. Great deck for BBQ’s in
spacious back yard. Call Joe Taylor at 678-9400 Carey and Adams.
(MLS #109676) (38)
Rupert: Must see move in ready
3 bd 1bth home Priced at only
$74,500. Close to schools and
shopping. Call Joe Taylor at Carey and Adams 678-9400 (MLS#
109343) (35)
For Rent Rupert: Very nice
4 bdrm 1 3/4bth 2 car garage
home. $775 month $500 deposit.
In nice area. Call 678-9400 No
pets No smoking (35)
Lawn and Garden Services, lowest price in town! Services include, Mowing, Trimming, Pruning, Weeding, Tilling, General
Care and Sprinkler Repair. Call
Andrew Wray 670-3012 for an estimate. First week free! (38)
The Rupert Police Department
is looking for highly motivated
individuals who are interested in
being a voluntary Reserve Ofcer.
For additional information contact
Rupert PD 434-2330. Open until
March 18, 2011. (35)
$ CASH $ paid for silver coins,
pre 1965 dollars, halves, quarters
and dimes. 20x face value. 208219-0763 or 208-878-3048 (38)
Hot tub for sale, Bullfrog Spa,
four years old, barely used, includes steps, easy open cover and
chemicals. $2500. Call 436-6426
(35)
2004 Chevrolet Silverado
LS 4x4 extended cab pickup
(gold). $10,500 OBO Great
condition. Aprox. 127,000
miles. Need to sell, so make
me a (reasonable) offer. Available in the evenings after
6pm and on the weekends.
Call (208)308-9077. Ask for
Parker.
Private string lessons! Just returned to Magic Valley. B.S.
Degree in performance, M.S. in
education. 12 years experience
teaching violin, viola and cello.
Daytime and evening openings
available. 250-1073. (38)
Wanted to buy scrap metal, Junk
cars, trucks, tractors etc., cash deposit up front. Two ton or more.
Will pick up on site. Call 4311216 if no answer leave message
(Since 2004) (42)
Dairymen, Cattlemen, anyone
raising young calves - 24 well
built portable calf shelters for sale.
Dimensions 5’x 5’x 9.5’ with open
front. Exceptional low price. Call
208-431-8111 (38)
Clean one bedroom apartment.
Burley Condo: Very nice 2 bed 1
St. Nicholas Church and School
Basque Festival
SATURDAY, MARCH 19
Dining 6:00 – 8:30 p.m.
Auction, Raffle & Dancing
Live Music by Wild Night
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$5 cover charge - with no meal
Raffle: $250 worth of gift cards, along with many other items
Guitar and Drum lessons at Guitar Shop. We sell guitars and accessories as well as special orders,
repairs, and upgrades. Lessons
$45 per month. 2450 Overland,
Burley 878-7529 (38)
For sale: Wonderful family shing boat, 24 ft. long, cabin cruiser
cuddy, 1977 Rena, needs mechanical work on motor. Call 670-4004
or 670-2297 to make offer. (38)
Lowery Organ, Holiday, FX
touchbar, with orchestra, $1500.
Call 678-8515 (38)
Butcher pigs, 2 left, 1 is at least
280 lbs, $175 each, can butcher;
Health rider exercise machine,
like new $100; Oak entertainment
center, glass doors, like new $100.
862-3679 (38)
Burley: 4bds/ 2 bth home with
2280 sq ft. Large double lot. Call
Joe Taylor at 678-9400 Carey and
Adams. (MLS #109316) (38)
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School Bond Fails: What’s Next?
The people have spoken – for a third
time - and the answer remains the
same. No, we do not like your plan,
we can’t afford your plan or we don’t
want your plan. Regardless of which
of the three the Cassia School Patrons would put a check mark by, the
issues that prompted the bond election in the rst place still exist.
It was impossible to get an answer to
the question “what if the bond fails”
from the school board, and perhaps
that’s a good thing. They wanted to
use every ounce of their energy to get
the bond to pass. As a school patron,
Jay Lenkersdorfer that’s exactly what I would have wanted them to do with their time and energies. But now that the bond has failed, I would suggest that it’s time for
the community to pass back a message of its own.
As I wrote last week, the school board consists of very dedicated volunteers who are not paid for their time, efforts or energy. They love
our communities and they love our kids. Otherwise, why in the world
would they subject themselves to the many complex issues they face
on a regular basis?
I would like to suggest that the next school bond proposal needs to
come from us. I would propose that there are still needs in the school
district and we have a unique opportunity to fulll some of those needs
with the zero interest loan that is still available.
I won’t suggest that I can make a list of the most critical capital needs
of the district by myself, but I believe that this is information that the
community and school district working together could identify. Let’s
say that the top project that is the dire situation at Raft River High
School. The school district identied it as an important project that
would require $7 million dollars to solve. Let’s accept that project as a
worthy and reasonable effort to take on and then let’s put it on a May
17th ballot for voter approval.
No gymnasiums, no new grade schools, no new buildings – other than
what is needed in Raft River.
In my travels over the past months I have yet to meet a single person
that hasn’t agreed that the Raft River High School is well past its reasonable life span and every person has said they would vote yes on a
bond that took care of them.
I’ve spoken to Declo parents whose children wouldn’t be getting a new
gym, to Burley citizens whose children wouldn’t be getting additional
classrooms at the high school or any new grade schools and I’ve even
talked with Oakley parents who also agree with the tough situation in
Raft River.
Approving a limited bond for the amount of the interest free money
that is available helps keep our costs very low and solves an urgent
need. The cost to a homeowner would be about the cost of a candy bar
a month, two candy bars for businesses. Even with $4 gas, raising electrical rates and other economic challenges, this is a reasonable request.
But there is another benet, perhaps greater than any other.
I have been told that the reason the recent school bond was submitted
with so many projects, and as a result, so much cost, was that the school
board believes that voters would never approve a bond unless “their
school” also got something. It sounds a little bit like the way congress
works. Everybody gets their own pet pork project added in. Let’s prove
that we are above that small thinking.
Burley has its new high school, one that Raft River residents helped
build with their tax money. Declo has its new high school as well, also
paid for by taxpayers in Raft River. Let’s show some class and step up
to the plate to help Raft River get what it truly needs, and let’s not make
them wait for 5 more years to get it done.
If you agree with me, call your friends, your neighbors and the school
board. Tell them it’s worth the risk and, with the community being the
instigator, our school board won’t get yet another black eye. The News
Journal has a website (www.minicassia.com) with a reader poll. If you
agree with me, log onto the site and vote. If you disagree, we’d love
to have your vote represented as well. This would be one simple way
to see if the idea is something worth taking the risk doing. Agree or
disagree, please pass the word!
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The Answer
SMILE
GOD
LOVES
YOU
1st Thessalonians 4:16
Jesus Christ
is coming again.
J.C.H.T.M.R.K.
1994 GMC extended cab Sonoma
pickup, 2 wd, 4.3 V6, 5 speed, a/c,
cruise, tilt, new brakes, rotors,
new radiator. A great little gas
saver pickup. $1800 or best offer.
Call 431-0204 (38)
Electrician.
Nothing too
small, I work alone, reasonable
rates. Licensed. Call Arlyn
Tanner 431-4308
Busy Bee Flea Market and Consignment, all clothes half off except formal, 2 weeks, Thursday,
Friday and Saturday, and March
3rd, 4th and 5th and March 10,
11 and 12. 438-8080 next to Swensen’s in Paul. (38)
High end Porcelain Artist Dolls,
signed limited editions with original box and certicate; also antique dolls for sale, all priced real
low. Call 212-7427 (38)
For sale: Machinist tools, some
Starrett, SPI and misc. brands,
Kennedy Machinist tool chest.
Cash only, no checks. Call for
info 678-5846 (38)
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Auto Glass
Auto Glass Repair,
Replacement & Accessories
Headlight Restoration
Traeger Grills & Accessories
678-3309
burley.novusglass.com
Business for Sale
"Burley Area" Curves®
Weight Loss & Fitness
Franchise for sale.
Territory Expanded.
Established business with
proven systems of
promoting good health
in women of our communities. Call Sue 678-2754
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Weekly Mailer
Birthdays
n Honor of our Father… Gale
Robert Ward’s 80th Birthday…
The children are welcoming family and friends to help celebrate
his milestone of 80 years!
The party is to be held at the: Elba
LDS Church from 3 to 5 pm on Saturday March 26, 2011.
Gale, son of Osmer and Florence Ward, was born March 31,1931
in Conner Creek, Idaho across the
street from the old store. He is the
second to the youngest of 6 kids.
Being born in the country, he fell in
love with country life and the stories
of old times in his day. He carved
out a nice life with his hands building and remodeling homes, being
a master mechanic, an inventor of
an electric solar powered pickup.
He installed solar panels and windmills for self sufcient energy. He
restored old cars like a Model A and
T among others. And though he loved all that, he really loved ddling
and has played all his adult life. He
was very versatile, having worked
in a sh hatchery raising and delivering sh for the state of Idaho
and bossing mechanics for the State
Highway Dept. in Boise.
K
en and Maxine Homer are
both celebrating birthdays
in March. Ken will be 83
on March 17th and Maxine turns
80 on March 24. Happy Birthday to a special couple from their
children Alan and Marilyn, Debra
and George, Marty and Angie and
Randy and Lyn and all the grandchildren and great-grandchildren.
C
ome Celebrate Ray Vern
Rasmussen’s 80th Birthday
on March 25, 2011 at 516
East 200 South, Springdale, Idaho
from 3-6 and 7-8 p.m. No gifts
please.
Gale is happily married to Fay
and is a good neighbor and friend
to everyone in need in the valley,
always generous and giving.
Dad has always loved us and
we hope in some way we can show
him our love back with your help at
this birthday party. Gale’s children
are Michael and wife Linda Ward
with grandsons: Benjamin & wife
Kathleen and Jeremy & wife Sarah.
Ron & Malinda Ward with grandchildren: Shane & Aly Ward &
kids: Addison, Dax, & Tate; Heidi
& Tyler Hilll & Child: Hudson. and
Kathleen all in Pocatello and Brent
living with Gale in Conner Creek.
Fay’s kids are Fred & JoAnn
Judd, Tom Judd, Paul & Connie
Judd, and Peggy & Kent Moore.
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Weddings
arl and Pamela Ward of
4711 Carlile in Pocatello
are pleased to announce
the engagement of their daughter
Rachel Franciska to Wesston Ford
Faux son of Jeffery and Kristen
Faux of Rupert Idaho.
Rachel attended school in Aberdeen then graduated from Century High School in Pocatello.
Rachel plays the piano and was involved in dance. She attended Utah
State University and now works as
an aesthetician and ofce manager at the Idaho Skin Institute and
Med Spa.
Wesston graduated from Minico
High School. He served a mission
In the Daejon S. Korea Mission.
He is an Eagle Scout and enjoys
hiking, hunting and waterskiing.
Wesston is currently in the Pharmacy program at ISU.
Wesston and Rachel will be married March 19, 2011 in the Idaho
Falls Temple. A reception will follow that evening at the Rosewood
Reception Center from 7-9.
Missionaries
ister Emily Spackman has
returned from serving in the
Scotland – Ireland Mission
for the Church of Jesus Christ of
Latter-day Saints. She will speak in
Sacrament meeting on March 20 at
10:50 a.m. in Star 1st Ward. She is
the daughter of Ross and Gaylynn
Spackman.
Deluxe knitting machine, Toyota
KS901, includes ribber, knit tracer, lace carriage, intarsia carriage,
plus other accessories $450. Call
531-4399 or email [email protected]
hughes.net (38)
For rent, 2 bedroom apartment in
a duplex. 1510 R Street, Heyburn.
$600 month plus utilities. No pets.
First months rent due immediately
plus $300 deposit. Now available.
Call 431-9221. (38)
Rupert:
Must see very
nice and move in ready 3 bd
1bth home
Priced at only
$74,500. Close to schools and
shopping. Call Joe Taylor at Carey and Adams 678-9400 (MLS
#109343) (38)
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Send us your
Trailer repair, everything from
welding, wiring, lights, axels and
bearings, to paint. Call Bret at
312-1374 (38)
Jim’s Oranges and Potatoes
Fruit Stand, across from John
Deere on Overland in Burley.
Big sale on a full box of delicious tree ripened oranges. $25
each. Apples, red pears $20
Box. 312-0521 for business
hours.
S
oshua Jacobs Anderson has
been called to serve in the Arkansas, Little Rock mission.
He enters the MTC on March 16.
Josh is the son of Derik and Sharma
Anderson of Burley, Idaho. Josh
is a 2010 graduate of Declo High
School where he was a member
of the Jazz and Concert Bands, involved in drama, and a member of
the wrestling team. Josh is an Eagle
1980 18x6 Horse Flash Stock
Trailer, new paint, no rust, like
new tires, $4100 or best offer.
Call 208-312-0921 (38)
Scout and is a member of the LDS
Springdale 1st Ward.
Milestones
Want to rent hay or grain acreage
in Mini Cassia area. Call 6542181 please leave message (35)
Home for rent, Rupert, two bedrooms, one bath, fridge and stove
included, hook-ups for washer
and dryer, $450 per month plus
deposit. Call 431-0400 (38)
Wanted, I need help! Bicycle
Wheels. I’ll even take the whole
bike. Every one I get will help
with my project. I need a lot of
them. 678-8581 (38)
1998 Malibu, 93,000 miles
$1,500 in repairs and tires, now
Get your 8MM Home movies,
slides, photos or VHS home movies transferred to DVD now, any
lm over 50 years old will begin to
fade and become brittle with age,
I am local and have reasonable,
affordable prices, good reputation
for fairness. Phone me for info
1-208-878-8586. 1020 Stevens
Place, Burley, ID 83318 (38)
Burley Condo: Very nice 2 bed 1
bath condo that is located close to
everything. Owner nance available. Only $33, 000. Call Joe
Taylor at Carey and Adams 6789400 (38)
Large one bedroom apartment
for rent, all utilities paid, garbage, sewer, water, electricity,
w/d hookups, private, off the corner of Farmer’s Corner, $600 per
month, $300 refundable deposit,
no smoking. 208-610-2778 (32)
Private martial arts training, 37
years of experience, self-defense,
tness, sparring, weapons and
merchandise.
Contact Randy
Fewkes at 679-3124 or www.wix.
com/fewkes/defensequest or //
wix.com/fewkes/fewkesfreestyl-
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House for rent SW of Burley,
close to town, 4 bedroom 1 bath,
fridge, stove, washer and dryer
included. No smoking, no pets,
$550 deposit $650 rent per month.
Call for information 312-2431
(38)
tarla Chinn and Jeremy Wilson Holt will celebrate their
joyful union on March 18,
2011 at 7:00 p.m. at the Cameo
Event Centre, 485 E 5th Suite A,
Burley, Idaho.
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March 15, 2011 — Page
only $2,100; 1990 Buick Riviera
only $1,200; 2008 Impala 53,000
miles, now only $12,200; 1955
Windsor $6,900. Call Darrell
431-0715 (38)
Tickets Available:
Welch Music & The Book Plaza, Burley
The Book Store, Rupert
Also from all members of the chapter
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Celebrating our 43rd anniversary
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Weekly Mailer
Sound Off
A
benet for Paul Holmes
who owned R&J Camera
and Custom Framing was
held on Saturday, march 5th to
cover Paul’s medical expenses. It
was a huge success and we want
to thank the community and name
some who really went above and
beyond. The Burley Fire Department. Not only did you cook a
great breakfast but you were always there for Paul. Sandy Baumgartner. Sandy was the main organizer of the event and she did a
really great job. Kathy Rios (Kat).
Kat was a really good friend to Paul
and in spite of not feeling well, put
up posters to make sure everyone
knew about the event. Thanks to
all who came and supported us.
We also wanted everyone to know
that Paul’s corneas were donated
to the Moran Eye Institute in Salt
Lake – Paul gave in death as he
gave in life. We really do miss
him and having the support of this
community has really been a bless-
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ing. Hope you all realize what a
great community you have.
Val and Jim Callow (Paul’s sister
and brother-in-law)
O
K, really what is going on?
We can put a man on the
moon almost 42 years ago
with a building full of technology
that now ts in an I-PAD, we can
dig a canal from Oakley reservoir
to the Snake River by McCain’s in
approximately 10 days, heck, we
can even dig up north Burley in a
few months put it back together,
pave it, stripe it, put up some trafc lights and do it all while routing
trafc through it.
So my question is why can’t we
build 2 small, little 2 lane bridges,
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over 2 little canals in 3 YEARS!!!!
That’s right, I am talking about the
bridge in Murtaugh, and the one in
Hansen. Every time I go by there
I don’t see anybody working, even
when I see people out there I don’t
see anybody working. I can’t even
imagine what the farmers in these
areas are thinking about this, having to squeeze farm equipment,
trucks and who knows what thru
a 1-way 10 foot opening. Come
on how long does it take to build a
bridge. I would love to hear from
whoever is responsible, what their
excuse … err…reasons are for this
asco. Enough already let’s get it
done!!
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one who will get it done no matter what the obstacle. In my mind
I can see no good reason for this
sorry excuse for a construction
project.
Hey Obama, you want shovel
ready, well have we got a shovel
ready project for you. I would
like to take a shovel to the whole
#@*^ mess and just cover it up
and start over. It looks like a mess,
and when you drive over what has
been done it feels like a mess, and
when you think it took 3 years for
1 lane you almost want to take a
shower, but you can’t because you
are too depressed to get there because of the thought that this is our
taxpayer money at work. I can’t
stand it, somebody please write a
letter, or whip the ponies they are
using to get to work every day,
or buy them some doughnuts and
maybe a couple 5 hour energy
shots – something. Let’s just nish this highway to hell and prove
to all the other 3rd world countries
that we really can build 40 feet of
bridge in 3 years!
T
o the Lady in Burley that’s
wants to know what Burleys
problem is and that Burley
doesn’t need to pass the bond. You
need to get out of town more often! It’s not the Burley School District. There are four other areas in
the Cassia County School District.
There is a school in Declo. There
is also a school in Oakley. There is
also a school in Albion and believe
it or not there is also a school in
Malta. Then if you would look at
all the property taxes that are made
in each city or area, Burley probably has the least property taxes
paid in all those areas. So all these
other areas are paying for your
Burley School District. So get out
of town young lady and see the
county boundaries and see what
the rest of us really need not want.
T
here is always two sides
to a story. Without knowing both sides it is unfair to
make a Judgement, and to be so
critical to others. Life is short. You
don’t know what you have until it
is gone. I try to teach my children
that every choice they make in life
will have a negative or positive
consequence. Sometimes when
you think you are making the right
choice it can have negative consequences. Sometimes people make
choices that are wrong and don’t
realize they are wrong and if they
learn from their mistakes, that’s
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es, there’s a pot of gold at the end of the rainbow.
It’s found in each blade of grass growing in
Ireland’s lush pastures. Small herds of cows
graze freely, and the milk, rich in beta-carotene
from the grass, produces butter and cheeses of an
xceptionally golden hue.
Thousands of years before the Irish discovered potatoes,
airy cows, milk and butter were being woven into the fabric
f Irish society, according to the Cork Butter Museum in Cork
City, Ireland. The Cork Butter Exchange, a market created
y the merchants of Cork City in 1769, was in its time, the
argest butter market in the world, exporting as far away as
Europe and America.
Today, dairy products continue to play an important role
n Irish cooking. Cooperatives of farmers, creameries and
heesemakers provide delicious Irish butter and cheeses
hroughout the U.S. under the Kerrygold label.
Here are some iconic recipes from some stars of Irish
ooking, using Kerrygold cheeses and butter. To learn more
bout Kerrygold, and for where-to-buy information, visit
www.kerrygold.com/usa.
Brown Soda Bread
Dubliner Shepherd’s Pie
“This is an all-purpose and relatively foolproof recipe based on several I collected
while researching ‘The Country Cooking
of Ireland.’”
— author Colman Andrews, whose Irish
cookbook won the 2010 James Beard
Foundation award for Best International
Cookbook and Cookbook of the Year
“Our family loves a hearty shepherd’s
pie after a long day working on the farm.
Because our cows produce milk to make
Kerrygold Dubliner Cheese, we like to add
some shredded Dubliner to the potato crust.”
— Donal Murphy, Kerrygold dairy farmer,
Bandon, County Cork, Ireland
Makes 2 loaves
Serves 4 to 6
You can substitute pumpkin, turnip or celeriac for the swede
rutabaga), or just use a mixture — this is a very exible
ecipe.”
— Neven Maguire, chef/owner of the renowned MacNean
House and Restaurant in Blacklion, County Cavan, Ireland;
popular TV cooking star and cookbook author
Brown Soda Bread, Roasted Root Vegetable
Soup and Cheese Toasties
3 1/2 cups stone-ground whole
wheat our, preferably
Irish or Irish-style
1 1/2 cups unbleached white
our, preferably Irish,
or pastry our, plus more
for dusting
3/4 teaspoon baking soda
1 teaspoon salt
1 teaspoon softened Kerrygold
Irish Butter, plus more for
greasing
1 3/4 to 2 cups room-temperature
buttermilk
Preheat oven to 375°F. Mix wheat
our, white our, baking soda and salt
together in a medium bowl. Work butter
into mixture with your ngers.
Form a well in the middle of our
mixture and pour buttermilk into the
well. Form your hand into a rigid claw
and stir dough slowly but steadily in a
spiral motion, starting in the middle and
working outwards. Dough should be
soft but not too wet or sticky. (Start
with 1 3/4 cups buttermilk, gradually
adding, if necessary, to achieve the right
consistency.)
Turn dough out onto a oured board.
Flour your hands lightly, then shape
dough into a at rectangle about 2
inches high. Cut dough in half lengthwise with a wet knife, then gently push
each half into a lightly greased glass or
foil loaf pan. Bake for 50 to 60 minutes,
or until the tops of the loaves are nicely
browned.
Serve this bread with plenty of
Kerrygold Irish Butter.
Rhubarb Crumble
Makes 4 to 6 servings
Potato Topping:
1 1/4 pounds russet potatoes,
peeled and cubed
2 tablespoons Kerrygold
Irish Butter
1/3 cup milk
1 cup shredded Kerrygold
Dubliner Cheese
1/2 teaspoon salt
Filling:
1 pound lean ground beef
2 tablespoons Kerrygold
Irish Butter
1 medium onion, chopped
4 small carrots, peeled and
sliced 1/4-inch thick
2 tablespoons our
3/4 cup Guinness Stout
3/4 cup beef stock
1 teaspoon dried thyme
1/2 teaspoon salt
1/2 cup frozen peas, thawed
Preheat oven to 375°F and lightly butter
an 11- x 7-inch baking dish. Cook potatoes in boiling water for 15 minutes or
until very tender; drain well. Mash with
butter and milk until smooth, then stir in
cheese and salt and set aside.
Crumble beef into a medium skillet and
cook until no longer pink; remove from
skillet and set aside. In same skillet, melt
butter. Add onion and carrots; cook for
10 minutes over medium heat to soften,
stirring occasionally. Stir in our and cook
for 1 minute more.
Add Guinness, stock, thyme and salt;
cook and stir until mixture is slightly
thickened then stir in peas and cooked
beef. Spoon into prepared baking dish
then spread potato mixture over the top.
Bake for 20 to 25 minutes or until top is
lightly browned.
Serves 6
Cheese Toasties
Serves 4 to 6
4 tablespoons (1/4 cup) Kerrygold
Irish Butter
8 slices rm, country-style white bread
1 package (7 ounces) Kerrygold
Dubliner Cheese, grated
1 tablespoon snipped fresh chives
Salt and freshly ground black
pepper
Butter bread and arrange cheese over half
f the slices, buttered side down. Sprinkle
with chives and cover with remaining slices, buttered side up.
Preheat a griddle or large non-stick frying pan and cook
andwiches two at a time 2 minutes each side until golden
rown and cheese has melted. Keep hot.
To serve, cut the cheese toasts into ngers.
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Dubliner Shepherd’s Pie
Roasted Root Vegetable Soup
1 small swede (rutabaga) cut into
cubes
2 carrots, cut into cubes
1 parsnip, cut into cubes
3 tablespoons olive oil
4 tablespoons (1/4 cup) Kerrygold
Irish Butter
1 onion, nely chopped
2 celery stalks, nely chopped
1 garlic clove, crushed
1 teaspoon chopped fresh thyme
1 quart (4 cups) vegetable stock
1/2 cup single cream (or substitute half
and half)
Salt and freshly ground black
pepper
reheat oven to 400°F. Place swede, carrots and parsnip on
aking sheet and drizzle with
tablespoons olive oil. Season generously and roast for
5 to 30 minutes until golden brown and tender, shaking
aking sheet occasionally to ensure even cooking.
Meanwhile, heat remaining tablespoon olive oil and
utter in large heavy-based pot, and add onion, celery,
arlic and thyme. Cook for 4 to 5 minutes until softened but
ot browned, stirring occasionally.
Add roasted root vegetables to pan and then pour in stock.
Bring gently to boil, then reduce heat, cover and simmer for
5 to 30 minutes until completely tender, stirring occasionally.
urée with a hand blender until completely smooth.
To serve, stir cream into soup. Gently heat through and
eason to taste, then ladle into warmed bowls.
Note: You don’t have to add the cream if you’re watching
he calories, but you might need a little extra stock to thin the
oup.
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“Crumbles are the ultimate comfort food. Vary the fruit according to the season.”
— Darina Allen, founder of the world-famous Ballymaloe Cookery School in Shanagarry,
County Cork, Ireland
Rhubarb Crumble
Filling:
1 1/2 pounds rhubarb, cut in
1/2-inch slices
1/2 cup sugar
Crumble:
4 tablespoons (1/4 cup) Kerrygold
Irish Butter
4 ounces (scant 1 cup) white our,
preferably unbleached
1/4 cup superne sugar
Preheat oven to 350°F. In bowl, mix
lling ingredients; turn into a 1-quart
(4 cups) capacity pie dish.
Rub butter into our just until mixture
resembles coarse breadcrumbs, then stir
in sugar.
Sprinkle this mixture over rhubarb in
the pie dish. Bake for 30 to 45 minutes
until topping is cooked and golden. Serve
with whipped cream and soft brown
sugar, or try stirring a little Amaretto into
your cream.
Recipe adapted from the “Ballymaloe
Cookery Course Book” published by
Kyle Cathie.
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pet-projects taken out we would
have seen a different result at the
polls. The exact same bond failed
the previous two times it was voted upon, I don’t know why people
thought the third try would have a
different result.
ppreciation for Community Members
At intervals throughout
School. A 1973 bond constructed
Burley Jr. High, Declo Elementary,
and Mountain View Elementary. A
ten-year plant facilities levy during
the late 1980s provided for the construction of Oakley Elementary,
Raft River Elementary, and White
Pine Intermediate. The 1996 bond
constructed the Burley, Declo, and
Oakley High Schools and the Cassia Regional Technical Center. All
of these projects were built with
property tax dollars over time.
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bond passed were unwilling to
listen to the reasonable arguments
that were presented by the citizens
of Cassia County in the many public forums that were held to discuss
the matter. The public forums were
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changes needed to be made to the
proposed bond to get it passed…it
was a forum to try to justify what a
select few felt was in the best interest of the entire community.
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the construction of a Burley High
School, Declo High School, and a
There is never a good time to
Raft River High School along with raise taxes and I am aware that
the Albion Elementary School. economic conditions in the county,
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The First Presbyterian Church
– at 2100 Burton Av in Burley is
announcing the Lenten Series
with a luncheon and meditation
being held on Wednesdays starting Wed. Mar. 9, 2011. There
will be a free will offering,
with the money going to Camp
Scholarships. All are invited to
attend, soup and sandwiches are
served.
Community Bingo Night – at
Golden Heritage Senior Center,
2421 Overland Ave., Burley,
March 26, 2011 at 4:00 p.m. All
ages welcome. Sponsored by
the Soroptimist International of
Burley. (32)
Pomerelle – Family Fun Final
Nights. Friday, March 18th and
Saturday, March 19th
4:00 p.m. - 9:00 p.m. Pay only
$10 and get a Night Skiing Lift
Pass and Dinner Special!
Season pass holders or children
6 years and younger may purchase the Dinner Special for $5.
Take a Group Lesson at
a Huge Discount! For those
7 years of age or older, pay
only $10 for a group lesson! (Regular Group Lesson
rate is $30) March 18th, Fri.
at 6:00 PM and March 19th,
Sat. at 5:00 PM.
Bring TWO new cans of food
to the Ticket Ofce, and you
can purchase your Full Day Lift
Pass for ONLY $20. Wednesday March 23rd, 30th and April
6th 9:00 a.m. to 4:00.
Your friends at United Electric
– invite you to an open house
for Ralph Williams who is retiring. Join us on Thursday, March
31st from 1-5 p.m. at the United
Electric Building. (39)
St. Nicholas Church and
School are having their annual
Basque Dinner and Auction
– on Saturday, March 19th at
the Rupert Elks. An authentic
Basque dinner will be served
from 6:00 p.m. until 8:30 p.m.
There will be an auction, rafe
and dancing. Wild Night will
be providing the music. $25
per person. If not eating dinner
there will be a $5 cover charge.
Please come join us for a fun
lled evening. (35)
Burley High School Drama
Department – is proud to present Bus Stop. The show was
scheduled to run March 10-19
but has been re-scheduled for
March 31, April 1, 4, 7, 8, and
9. All shows will be at 7 o’clock
pm in the Little Theatre. Tickets
will be $5. Come support the
high school drama department!
NLP for Me Free Community
Education class – March 15th
at 7:30 East Minico Middle
School at 1805 H Street. New
learners are welcome. The topic
will be modalities (VAKOG)
and the NLP Spelling Strategy.
Learn how the best spellers spell
and how it makes a difference.
Open to all adults and mature
teens. For further information
call Debrah Roundy at 436-1543
or email at [email protected]
(35)
The Burley Kiwanis Club is
hosting a benet K-Shoot –
at the Burley Trap Club on
Saturday, May 7th. A $60 entry
fee gets 100 NSCA registered
targets. European rotation will
be open from 9:00am to 3:00pm.
Prizes will be awarded to top
shooters. Lunch is available on
site. All skill levels welcome.
The Kiwanis Club is a local
non-prot service organization. All prots will stay in the
Mini-Cassia area to benet local
youth programs. (53)
The Oakley High School Volleyball Team – will be holding
a Women’s Volleyball Tournament Fundraiser April 16th,
2011 at the Oakley High School
Gym. The cost will be $120
per team if registered by April
1st. The cost will be $150 per
team if registered after April 1st.
For additional information, or
to register a team, contact Josh
(312-4603) or Adele (312-4608).
Registration or questions can be
made by email at [email protected]
gmail.com. (42)
Cassia County Parade Theme
Contest – Theme needs to
be related to the general topic
“Picture This”. Deadline April
15. Win $50 if your theme is
chosen. Send entries to: Tammi
Pollard, 1250 Sylvan Circle,
Burley, ID 83318. (42)
Mini-Cassia Bruins try outs –
for 11-12 year olds. March 17th
and 18th at the Big Valley eld
in Rupert. Time 5:00 p.m. For
more information call 431-8916
(35)
“21” Tournament – March
19- 1:30 P.M. at the Rupert Elks.
$20 buy in, $15 buy back. 3
rounds. Prizes for 1st -6th place.
Silent Auction. To register contact: Patty Shockey 670-2975 or
Carol Henscheid 436-6935 (35)
The Annual Paul United Methodist Church Chicken Noodle
Dinner – will be Friday, March
18 from 5-7 p.m. The church is
located at 127 West Clark St.,
in Paul. A Free-will donation at
the door. For further information you may contact the Paul
Church at 438-5530. (35)
Mini Cassia Republican
Women – will be meeting on
Tuesday, March 15, 2011 at
7:00 pm at Perkins in Burley. If
you have any questions, please
contact Donna Bush at 4363060. (35)
Oakley Valley Arts Council –
announces 2011 Season Passes
are available for $23.00 for the
upcoming productions of Singin’
In The Rain (March), Footloose
(July), and Jacob Marley’s
Christmas Carol (November).
Call 677-ARTS/2787 and order
your Season Passes and tickets
for Singin’ In The Rain today.
Season Passes will not be available after March 19th for the
2011 Season. Ticket Hours are
9:00AM-5:00PM (Monday-
Saturday). (35)
Rupert Business and Professional Women – are offering
their annual $500 scholarship for
a woman who is in the process
of attaining more education to
improve her job opportunities.
Candidates must be at least 25
years of age or older and in their
2nd year in an accredited college
or vo-tech facility. Financial
need is a consideration.
Application deadline is March
23, 2011. For more information call Anita at 436-4767 or
Pam at 438-5021 or leave a
message and we will return
your call. (32)
It’s blood drive time again –
The American Red Cross will be
at the Burley Armory (2000 E.
Main) on Monday, March 28th
from 12 noon to 6 pm, and on
Tuesday, March 29th from 9:30
am until 1:30. We are in great
need of blood donors as well
as those willing to donate their
time. We have volunteer shifts
on Monday from 12-3 and 3-6,
and on Tuesday from 9:30-1:30.
If you would like to donate
blood or your time, please call
Lori at 650-8172. (32)
Lent at the Rupert United
Methodist Church – 605 H St..
Each Tuesday, beginning March
15 through April 19, there will
be Lenten Luncheons served at
noon in the Fellowship Hall of
the church. A freewill donation
is asked, which will be for Mission works of the Church and
Community. For further information contact the church ofce
at 436-3354. (39)
Lent at Burley United Methodist Church – 450 East 27th
Street. Lenton luncheon, Thursdays at 12:00 p.m. free will
offering. For more information
call 678-2184
Desert Sage Quilt Guild of
Magic Valley – will present
The Desert Blooms Quilt Show
and merchant mall on Sat. April
2nd and Sun April 3rd at the
Twin Falls County Fairgrounds
in Filer Admission will be:
Adults $5, Youth: $3. Weekend
pass for both days: Adults $7,
Youth $4. The times are Sat., 10
am - 6pm, Sun., 10 am – 4pm.
There will be a fashion show,
Sat at 2pm,demonstrations, vendor mall , block challenge, quilt
show pins, and an Opportunity
Quilt. (39)
The East & West Cassia Soil &
Water Conservation Districts
– are offering a $250 scholarship to graduating seniors who
plan to attend college fall 2011
in an Ag related eld. Applications can be picked up from
High School Counselor ofces
or FFA / Ag teachers, or can be
picked up at the USDA ofce
1361 East 16th Street in Burley.
Application deadline is Wednesday, April 27, 2011. (46)
Medicare help – through the
Department of Insurance SHIBA
program. 123 South C Street,
Rupert, Call Kitty Andrews 4361766 for more information.
Idaho Food Bank Food Distribution – Pre-registration for
food boxes is every 2nd Tuesday of the month at the Senior
Citizen Center in Burley and the
Senior Citizen Center in Rupert.
Both from 10 a.m. -12 p.m. You
will need to provide proof of
physical address. Caregivers
registering for homebound or
disabled persons need a copy of
their photo ID, and a letter with
their signature. Food Box Distribution is the 3rd Tuesday of
the month at the National Guard
Armory. Hours are provided at
pre-registration.
Burley Music Club – meets at
the United Methodist Hall, 450
East 27th St., Burley, every 3rd
Monday of the month at 1:30
p.m.
Declo Library – Storytime,
Tuesdays at 10:15 to 10:45,
everyone welcome
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Al Anon – for relatives and
friends of alcoholics and addicts,
meets on Tuesdays at 7 p.m.
1836 Elba Ave. Burley. 6789518 ask for Ann
Mini-Cassia Retired Educator’s Association – Regular
meetings will be held the 2nd
Monday of each month at Connor’s Café at 11:00 a.m. starting
in October.
Mini-Cassia Senior Citizens
– Wayside Café invites all
Mini-Cassia senior citizens for a
complimentary lunch the second
Monday of each month from
1 pm to 3 pm. These are tough
economic times for everyone –
The Wayside and its employees
are looking forward to serving
you each month.
Healing Hearts Survivors
Support Group – in English and Spanish, will be held
every Wednesday at 6:30 PM to
8:00 PM at 123 S C St in Rupert, Idaho. This class is for Survivors, Victims, or for women
who want a better understanding
of Domestic Violence. Phone #
is 436-0987 for ofce or Crisis
Line is 436-0332 Sponsored by
Mini-Cassia Shelter for Women
& Children
Cache Peak Backcountry
Horsemen of America – meets
the second Tuesday of every
month at the Wayside Café at 7
p.m. Come earlier and eat with
us and have supper before the
meeting.
Minidoka County Senior
Center – 702 11th St. Rupert. Lunch 12 noon Mon-Fri.
Pinochle, Bingo, Meals on
Wheels, and monthly special
events. 436-9107. Open to the
community.
Choices for Recovery – Nontraditional 12 step, Spiritual
program without religion, Mondays 6-7:30, Minidoka Memorial Hospital, West Conference
Room, Don W. 431-3741
Pinochle Players wanted at the
Burley Senior Center – 2421
Overland Ave., Thursdays at 6
16,000 Households Mailed Every Week
p.m. We will teach you if you
don’t know how. Come and join
us for an evening of enjoyment.
Waystation Ministries – will
be meeting at First Assembly
of God in Rupert. On H Street
in Rupert on Saturday nights
at 7 p.m. Teaching on making
healthy life choices. For more
information Call 208-206-2890
Celebrate Recovery – It’s more
then just drugs & alcohol. It’s
really Life recovery. From ANY
hurt, Habit & hang-up Including depression, divorce, anger,
sexual addictions, struggles w
love & relationships, physical\
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The Landing 13-18 (COMING
SOON). EVERY Friday night
6-10 pm INCLUDING holidays
52 weeks a yr. Located at Mountain View Christian Center, 317
W. 27th St., Burley 678-5460
Healing Hearts Support
Group for Women – Join us
every Wednesday from 6:30
to 8:00 PM at 123 S C St in
Rupert. Sponsored by MiniCassia Shelter for Women &
Children. For more information
call the ofce at (208) 436-0987
or help line at (208) 436-0332 or
email us at [email protected]
Group is free plus provided in
English and Spanish. Childcare
is provided. We also provide
safety planning classes every
Wednesday at 4:00 PM, call for
an appointment.
Oakley Bible Study – Everyone welcome. For the whole
family, Wednesdays at 6:30pm
at the Oakley Fire House. We
are now studying Romans. Call
for materials-Free. For more
info contact Jeff at 650-0233
Public Bible Meetings – given
freely, Sundays at 4:00 p.m.,
Lloyd Cox Center on Park and
Main, Door entrance on Park
Ave. Burley. For further information call 431-4316
March 15, 2011 — Page
15
Rupert couple loses thousands
RUPERT - Attorney General
Lawrence Wasden is urging Idahoans to be extremely cautious
of telephone calls from “family
members” making urgent pleas
for money. Three Idaho citizens
contacted the Attorney General’s
Ofce and reported losing thousands of dollars to the grandparent scam in just the last two
weeks, Wasden said.
The scam involves a phone
call from a criminal posing as the
victim’s grandchild. The caller
says that he or she is in trouble
or under arrest in another country and needs money right away.
The caller then asks the grandparent to wire cash to him and asks
the grandparents not to tell anyone. Sometimes another person
will get on the line to back up the
caller’s story. The second person
usually claims to be a police ofcer, bail bondsman or just a helpful bystander. If the grandparent
does send money, the scammers
usually call again to ask for more
and give various reasons for the
second request for money.
A couple from Rupert was
told that their granddaughter
was in Spain attending a funeral
with relatives, when their car was
stopped on the way to the airport
to y home. The couple was told
their granddaughter was arrested
after the police searched the trunk
of the car and found cocaine
and that she needed money for
a bail bond. After they sent the
money, someone impersonating
a marine sergeant called and said
he was calling from the American Embassy. He advised them
their granddaughter had lost her
passport and needed money for
a replacement. They sent that
money as well, losing a total
of $5,870. Although the callers claimed to be in Spain, the
telephone company said that the
number where the call originated
was in Canada.
“You may think that you
wouldn’t fall for these scams, but
they’re designed to catch you off
guard,” Attorney General Wasden said. “Con artists play on
your fears to make you do things
you wouldn’t normally do.”
If you receive a call like this,
Wasden recommends you follow
the three C’s: Calm, Contact and
Conrm.
* CALM down. Being agitated or upset clouds your judgment. Take a few deep breaths
and then evaluate the situation.
* CONTACT your grandchild with the information about
the call. Call his or her home or
cell phone. Call the parents or
other family members. Don’t
trust the caller. When he says,
“I don’t want Mom and Dad to
know,” it is just a scammer’s
technique to keep you from discovering the truth.
* CONFIRM your suspicions. The people who don’t fall
victim to this scam nd out where
their grandchild is. Usually, that
is at home, work or school, and
completely unaware of the scam.
Wasden said any Idaho residents who have sent money
should le a report with their
local police or sheriff. They may
also contact the Attorney General’s Consumer Protection Division. In the Boise area, call (208)
334–2424. Elsewhere in Idaho,
call the toll–free number, (800)
432–3545.
“It is very difcult to trace
funds sent by wire transfer,”
Wasden said, “but if information
is still ‘hot’ and there is a Canada connection, my ofce can
help people get in touch with the
Phonebusters anti-fraud hotline
run by the Royal Canadian
Mounted Police and provincial
police.”
The Phonebusters toll–free
number is (888) 495–8501.
New President of National Wheat Organization
BURLEY - Idaho wheat producer Wayne Hurst was elected
and installed as president of the
National Association of Wheat
Growers at the organization’s
Board of Directors meeting held
Saturday.
Hurst is from the Burley,
Idaho, area, where he has operated a diversied crop farm since
1980, including cultivation of
wheat, sugar beets, potatoes, dry
beans and forage crops.
As an ofcer for the Idaho
Grain Producers Association and
on the NAWG Board, Hurst has
been deeply involved in wheat
policy issues for more than a
decade. He has served on various
NAWG policy committees and
the NAWG Budget Committee
and was chair of the NAWG/U.S.
Wheat Associates/WETEC consolidation committee in 2006.
Like most NAWG ofcers, he
has participated in two leadership training programs sponsored
by the NAWG Foundation for
incoming wheat leaders, WOLF
Courtesy Photo
Wayne Hurst
and WILOT.
Hurst attended Brigham
Young University and Idaho
State University. He is uent in
Spanish, having served two years
on a church mission in Concepcion, Chile. He is also an accomplished musician and has held
numerous leadership positions in
community organizations and at
church.
Hurst and his wife, Sherrie, have ve children and four
grandchildren.
Other members of the 2011
NAWG ofcer corps elected at
Saturday’s meeting include:
* Erik Younggren, Hallock,
Minn., rst vice president;
* Bing Von Bergen, Moccasin, Mont., second vice president;
* Paul Penner, Hillsboro,
Kan., secretary-treasurer; and
* Jerry McReynolds, Woodston, Kan., immediate past president.
NAWG ofcers typically
“run the chairs” for ve years
after being selected as secretarytreasurer, though they all must be
interviewed and recommended
by the NAWG Nominating
Committee and approved by the
NAWG Board of Directors on an
annual basis.
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state, and nation were factors considered when voters cast their ballot on March 8. The facility needs
exist and many of those will become critical needs in the near future and will have to be addressed
in some manner. I am condent
the Board of Trustees, school personnel, and community members
will nd acceptable solutions to
the school facility needs.
I want to take this opportunity to
acknowledge the efforts of many
individuals in developing the bond.
Community members and school
personnel began compiling a list of
school facility needs and wants in
2006. Once the initial list of facilities was generated, countless hours
of analysis occurred as part of a renement process to narrow and develop the proposal to be presented
to the community. A cross-section
of community members gave freely of their time and expertise to
prioritize and plan projects intended to meet the specic needs that
had been identied. Many people
traveled considerable distances to
visit sites and speak with individuals to bring the experience of others to this school district. The goal
of the entire group was to develop
a bond proposal that would address
Thank you for saying you saw it in the Weekly Mailer
facility needs at a minimal cost to
property tax payers.
I want to thank anyone who
assisted with bond project concept
development to nd solutions addressing the greatest needs in each
community/school. I am grateful
to the people that made presentations making voters aware of the
various projects proposed throughout the school district. It takes a
lot of people and a great deal of
input to develop a bond proposal.
I appreciate our community and I
admire all the people that contribute to making this a great place in
which to live.
Gaylen Smyer, Superintendent
Cassia Jt. School District No.
151
G
as prices are going to
shoot up because of the
protests in Egypt, or so
they say. We are still buying foreign oil. Why? We have our own
oil reserves. If the gas prices go
up, the price to ship items cross
country will go up so the cost of
items they ship will go up. So food
prices go up and everything goes
up. Foreign oil comes through the
New York harbors. Traded right
off the boats, whatever they trade
the oil for is what we have to pay
at the pumps. BP sets their prices
on “how much it costs” to produce their gas (It does not cost that
much to cook crude into gasoline.)
It is cheap to make, like cocaine
that sneaks across borders and harbors. A lot of money, breath taking
picture isn’t it?
It is like they are laughing in your face. Demand gas and
pay the price. This would be a
good time for inventors and brilliant young minds to come up with
better vehicles and transportation
that will not have to depend on oil.
You want your oil? Keep it! I don’t
want your blood mixed oil! Time
for REAL change! No more fake
politics just get IT DONE!
Thayne Gallegos
T
his won’t get to people in
time for the bond election.
I’m good with that. I have
kept my mouth shut because I’m in
the minority in my opinion, but it
wasn’t until I read a sound off by
another reader who seemed angry.
Sir or Madame, your quotes about
democracies notwithstanding, rule
by majority is the most civilized
way of governing. If people don’t
have a say in their government,
then they are either required to
mindlessly follow or willfully disobey. Taking part in the processes
of their lives is both the privilege
and the responsibility of every capable human. Perhaps you would
feel better reading Roberts Rules
of Order: The responsibility of the
majority is to allow the minority to
become the majority while the responsibility of the minority is to allow the majority to do their work.
This provides room for growth
within the system. A rigid system
will die. That is why we have elections. I applaud you for speaking
your mind. I applaud Lenkersdorfer for giving you the forum. And
I hope that you can respect that the
same system that has nurtured you,
may indeed chide you. It’s not all
about you…or me…it’s about loving what you’ve got. ‘Nuff said.
M
r. Andersen has taken
off his mask. Our new
Burley City Council
member has emerged from the
charade. His attack on one of
his peers was unnecessary and
extremely rude. Thank you, Mr.
Lenkersdorfer for your restraint
and professionalism in handling
this matter that could have resulted
in a shouting match had you been
as personally undisciplined as your
attacker. I wonder if those who
supported this short fused vindictive individual and voted him into
ofce may wonder if he is capable
of serving in the governing capacity he now holds.
W
e have someone in this
community screaming
to have some relevance.
This man holds himself up to be
some sort of moral authority, always scrutinizing other people,
picking at them, intimidating them,
and looking for any fault he can
nd no mater how minute it may
be. I nd it hard to believe that he
could have the myopic vision to be
able to look around and see what
everyone else is doing wrong.
How sad that this human being
can only nd comfort in dragging
people down into the squabbling,
pitiful mess that surrounds his
world. How can he claim to be the
defender of the downtrodden, the
bastion against the unjust, and an
advocate of the oppressed? It has
been said that you can judge a man
by his works, well then let him be
judged by the chaos and anger that
revolves around him, by the way
people laugh when you bring up
his name, or by the carnage left in
Weekly Mailer
his wake along the road of his life.
When you look at the sum total of
what he is and what he has accomplished you are left with sadness,
pity, and a distain that almost manifests itself in the sinus area. So
go on with your tantrums, and your
declarations of self righteousness,
because we know that you are just
trying to be heard, just trying to
make people notice you because
you have an need to feel important
and have some sort of relevance
in this life, the only way you can
make people pay attention to you
is to hurt them so you have their
full attention. So go on tilting at
your windmills, real or imagined,
because the most damage you are
doing is only to yourself.
See you in the papers
I
am writing this to thank everyone for your thoughts, gifts
and well wishes on my recent
retirement. I am humbled and
grateful to everyone who took time
to come to my retirement party or
took a moment to talk to me or
send a card. I wish I could have
spent more time with everyone so
I am writing this letter to let you
know how much it meant to me
that you took the time from your
busy schedule for me, especially
on such a snowy day. Thank you
will never be enough to let you
know how much I appreciate each
of you. To my girls who made the
party so special, Georgia, Laura,
Tara and Crystal, a big thank you.
You guys are the truly the best. To
all my citizen’s academy graduates,
remember, keep that “jockey box
“cleaned out, just in case. Thanks
for your friendship and many great
memories. I am looking forward
to the future but I will always remember how lucky I was to look
forward to going to work every
day, for 26 years, and have such
a remarkable group of ofcers to
work with. I know the dedication
and commitment it takes to walk
the “thin blue line”. My prayers
will always be with you. It was an
honor and a privilege to serve the
citizens of Cassia County. To the
lady at Wal-Mart who paid it forward to me, I didn’t get your name
but you know who you are, thank
you and I will denitely pay it forward. I miss you and I will always
be there in spirit.
God bless all of you.
Sgt. Peggy Marizza, Retired
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L
ast week I read in the paper
that the city council passed
an ordinance for the xing
of the sidewalks. It’s bad enough
that they want us to pay for this,
now they say a lien will be put on
our property to make sure they get
paid. When I read this I sat there in
shock thinking --- What! --- What!
A lien on our property is not good.
What gives them the right to put
a lien on our property? And what
does this mean? If we fail to pay
our 90% of the bill on the xing
of your sidewalk will the city have
the right to take over your property? The word “lien” scares the
crap out of me.
What is the big hurry to x
the sidewalks anyway? They’ve
been torn up for years and no one
complained or cared. I am living
on $700 a month and some people
ask, “How do you make it?” The
answer is I don’t! My family gives
me money to help buy my food. I
don’t sleep at night worrying about
making ends meet. And now I have
to worry about one more unnecessary bill to pay because there’s a
“lien” on my home. The city is
paying 10% of the bill. Wow!
Have you ever had 10% of a pie?
It’s not a lot, is it?
I called a lawyer in Twin and
asked him about this mater. He
said, and I quote, “There is ‘no
need’ to put a lien on our property. There are other ways the city
can collect their money, one being; turn the bill into small claims
court. This was not the proper way
to handle this matter.”
Now, I don’t go to City Council meetings because I’m sick and
in a lot of pain. Some of you able
bodied people need to go to those
meetings and nd out exactly
Thank you for saying you saw it in the Weekly Mailer
what’s going on. If you sit back
and let those people pass any ordinance they want, we could be in
for trouble.
A very concerned resident
Editor’s note:
Our understanding of this project
is that participation in the sidewalk LID is strictly voluntary. No
residents will be compelled to join
or to participate. No liens will be
involved unless a person that volunteered to participate later failed
to pay back their allocation. If a
home that participated in the LID
was to sell, the sellers would need
to pay off the assessment prior to
the change in ownership. The only
way for a homeowner to get involved would be to voluntarily opt
in. The city will not force participation.
Y
ou did the right thing when
you printed Councilman
Vaughn Egan’s letter.
Mr. Egan had things to say on the
Voice. He is not the only person
in the area to notice the one-sided
reporting by Mike Ramsey and Renee Wells. Something is seriously
wrong when someone can print
things that are not true and then
deny people the right to take them
to task.
I noticed in the Times-News
that Councilman Denny Curtis had
violated the terms of his deferred
prosecution. When is the Mayor of
Burley going to stand up for what
is right and do something about it?
Egan Admirer
D
ear Protestor,
Now let’s be honest.
Did you really read Mr.
Luna’s reform proposal? Or do you
just believe what you are told about
it? Are you writing letters and
protesting without even knowing
what you are protesting against?
I have not encountered one opponent of “Students Come First” that
has actually read it. I know that
there are legislators that have not
read it. And yet they oppose and
protest. What a sad commentary
on the state of our own education!
We will not educate ourselves. We
wait for someone else to tell us
what is right or wrong for us, what
is good or bad for us. If you are
going to protest “Students Come
First”, at least have the intellectual
honesty to read it rst. I have. It
actually empowers parents, students, and yes, even teachers. It
begins the course correction that
our education system desperately
needs. Don’t take someone else’s
word on something as important
as your children’s education. Read
for yourself and nd out why “Students
Come First” really does put students rst.
http://www.sde.idaho.gov/site/
studentsComeFirst/
Chad Fridal
W
eekly Mailer for “Sound
Off”
I wasn’t aware that I
was in cahoots with Satan. Yes, I
supported the bond. I grudgingly
voted yes on the December vote.
My son had been out of his classroom at Dworshak for several days
due to the heating system fuming
(supposedly non-toxic) smells into
his room. After that bond failed,
I attended several meetings and
came to understand what the school
board was trying to accomplish and
how. I saw people I am acquainted
with that had been working on this
proposal. I didn’t wholly agree
with all of the projects, but I also
don’t live in every community.
Since I have no reason to believe
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thugs I can trust their judgment.
When our family gured our tax,
it seemed like a good investment
in our community for now and the
future. I was really surprised to
learn that there are so many “experts” in Burley who have been
to a ball game in Oakley and Raft
River who say that the schools are
just ne. I still feel that the bond
was a good deal and would put us
a step ahead instead of always lagging behind. So this hand-maiden
of Satan will continue to play demolition derby at the school dropoff, help out in the schools, and in
the community. I hope to see all of
the “experts” implementing all of
their fabulous solutions. P.S. doing
nothing will get you nowhere. I’ll
see you in Hell! We will have so
much fun!
I
am a parent of a White Pine
student, I now drop off my
child at the designated “Parent
Pick-up” at the South east end of
the school.
I know it is more convenient to
slide up alongside the curb on 19th
and drop them off. I have done it
many times in the past. But I decided I needed to follow the rules.
Every morning I see the same
things, Parents pulling up on
19th, right before and in between
the two bus driveways, which is
a posted no parking zone. I’m
sure the bus drivers consider this a
hazard. Worse, parents who stop
across the street from the school,
let their child out, to cross the
road. There is already congestion
from the buses coming and going,
but add parents who stop, sometimes blocking trafc, and then
we have to watch for children who
are crossing the street. This is not
a good situation! Another area of
concern is how many parents are
pulling up directly in front of the
school to drop off their children,
this is a parking lot, NOT a drop
off spot!
There is a designated area- It
is the PARENT PICK UP AT THE
SOUTHEAST AREA OF THE
SCHOOL.; drive in the driveway,
drop off your child, and drive right
out the other driveway. It is a “U”
shaped driveway. It works very
well. It needs to be enforced that
parents drop off their children in
the “Parent pick up” zone. If you
park elsewhere, you should be
ticketed. We all need to keep the
Weekly Mailer
rules.
I
n the wake of the recent Cassia School District’s bond
election, one is left to ponder
a few things. In the past month
or so I was reading in this Sound
Off people’s feelings and concerns
about this third trip to the ballot
box for the bond of 41 plus million. Both times when I read all
the Sound Offs, the same question was asked, ‘Why are we being asked to do exactly what has
been told ‘no’ twice before?’ The
answer to this question has a name
and a place on the school board,
represents Zone #2, and just happens to be up for re-election later
this spring. If you live on the west
edge of Burley, out to about the
Star Church house, roughly; and
from the river to about Farmer’s
Corner (again roughly), and you
have had concerns about some of
the things this school board does,
or specically, who is ‘the man
behind the curtain’, so to speak, at
the school board? It is Not the District’s Superintendent as it should
be, but rather the Board Member
who represents Zone 2. Oh, and
did we mention that he is up for
re-election this spring, has run
unopposed the past several elections, and it just might be a good
time to make that change as there
is a history of decisions from this
particular Board member that has
given people cause to wonder,
‘why?’. The deadline to declare
intent to run is March 18th! If you
have ever wanted to serve and you
are part of the 55% that opposed
this third request, now is your opportunity. Our current economic
situation is in part due to a housing crisis, built up mostly by the
thinking that simply because we
can, we should. We are not stupid,
we know what the needs are…we
know that Raft River needs new
facilities, we know that Oakley
needs some things and that Burley
probably needs A new school, explain the need and the people will
do what is right. You don’t have
to buy off everyone’s vote with
excessive wants. Again, the deadline to declare one’s intentions to
run for the Cassia County School
Board are March 18th.
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Preliminary data from the
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occurred in Idaho during 2010.
This is down from 226 fatalities
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