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-The Adams County Record Wednesday, January 4, 2012 &apos;i Adams County_ Third Judicial District Court :i Dispositions December 5, 2011 to December 30, 2011 Citations Page Fall to register annually 4 @ $62.00 Lohmeyer, Adam M • Heller, Mary Michele • Miller, Nancy Norine • McFarlane, Todd R Fail to secure registration 1 @ $62.00 Webb, Lucas J Fail to carry registration in vehicle 1 @ $62.00 Hancock. Jayson J Vehicle Registration, operate all terrain I @ $62.00 McFarlane, Todd R Speeding 29 @ $85.00 Barnes, Trudy L * OBrien, Elizabeth M • Childs, Rachel Anne * Agenbroad, Anthony C • Seubert, Nicholas Peter • Smith, Scott A • Loseke, Ezekiel T • Sergeant, John C * Webster, Michael G • Remaley, Gavin Alexander • Waddell, Jacob Bryant • Eads, Glenn B * Jackson, Travis Scott • Cameron, Kelly D • Patton, Michael D * Logan, Logan John * Barton, Dale Robert • Wolf, Charles E * Ward, Savanna K • Shockley, Jessica Leigh • McFarlane, Todd R • McGeachin, Allison S * Dodson, Rebecca A • Martin, Nolan D * Martino, Peter T • Thornburg, Curtis Neff • Hill, Kersey J * Rule, Gerald P • Redmond, Erin Kathryn Speeding Speeding 6 @ $88.00 Tindall, Edgar Emmanuel Jr • Yarbrough. Michael A * Horsley. Teddy B * Rausch, Karen Amber * Proctor, Stephen J * Jeanblanc. Amanda Marie * Speeding 7 @ $150.00 Weeden, Wade E * Pentland, Ronald Alien * Parker, Brandi M * Mayner. Nicole R * Dempsey, Michael Keith * Miller, Natasha R * Wilson, Tee R Speeding I @ $153.00 Houghton. Terry J Fail to stop / yield for stop sign I @ $85,00 Webb, Lucas J Passing on a solid line violation I @ $85,00 Leavitt, Larry Dennis Passing Limitation on Driving left of I @ $85.00 Neary, Leonard Thomas Lanes - Unlawful Driving on Highways I @ $85.00 Ramsey, Kirk C Passing on Crest of Grade or Curve I @ $85.00 Biggers, James Lewis Operating Vehicle without registration I @ $96.00 Leavltt, Larry Dennis Fail to provide proof of insurance 2 @ $126.50 Bowling, Shane E * Bence, Kirstine A Fail to provide proof of insurance 1 @ $129.50 Prescott, Richard B Fail to maintain liability insurance I @ $129.50 Harp, Christina Lynn F/G-Hunt-Fail to leave evidence of sex I @ $67.00 Patton, Michael D Dismissed Fail to provide proof of vehicle insurance (xl0) 2. Fail to carry vehicle registration in vehicle 2. Vehicle Insurance (2nd or subsequent offense) 2 • Fail to carry drivers license on person 2 • Operating Vehicle without Registration 2 • Resisting or Obstructing Officers * Willfully Disturbing the Peace  • Drug Paraphernalia Use or Possess with intent (x2) ] • Possession of a Controlled Substance (x6)  * Drivers License - Permit Unauthorized Minor to  * Fall to purchase / Invalid drivers license  • i By Motion of the prosecutor • 2 Proof Provided 3 Officer fail to turn in original citation (by due date) Jail Name F/ne (Suspended) Inattentive / Careless Driving <17 Year Old Minor> 437.50 Fail to give immediate notice of an accident Livingston, Richard John 200.00 Driving Without PriviIeges Busnardo, Jason D 500.00 2 days Fall to Purchase or Invalid Drivers License Eversole, Kerri Ellen Powell, Lonnie D Barrera-Marin, Juan M Schneider, Benjamin B Klinkefus, Dominick Allan Rogers, Brandon L Peterson, Jack P 202.00 200.00 250.00 250.00 250.00 206.00 150.00 ! Possession of a Controlled Substance Gramadzki, Rosallen Lecia 250.00 Gramadzki, Rosal!en Lecia 250.00 Ream, Gary Ray 250.00 2 days 2 days Resisting or Obstructing Officers Chaplin, Christopher G 250.00 2 days Drug Paraphernalia - Use or possess with Intent to use Baker, Casandra Olive* Puga, Gabriela* Eichhorn, Benjamin James Morgan, Kayla Ruth* waucer;.taraatey Scott : . Gramadzki, Rosallen Lecia 182.50 Vfllanueva, Anthony Lucio 250.00 400.00 400.00 2 days 2 days 2 days 2 days '2 aa;s -" "- Aleman, Adrian 400.00 2 days Ream, Gary Ray 250.00 2 days Chaplin, Christopher G 250.00 2 days 250.00 2 days Misdemeanors & Felonies I I Licence Name ProbationS Suspended I I I I I I 3 months 3 months 3 months Jail ] I Licence Fine (Suspended) Probation S Suspended Probation Violation - Misdemeanor Piepkorn. James Allen 345 Days Farrar, Tyler Dean Glen 166 days Aiding in a misdemeanor Tlllberg, Wesley Alan 400.00 Driving Under the Influence 180 Days Davis. Sharolyn Y* 700.00 (176 days) 12 months Walton, Dustin Michael 850.00 180 days 12 months ( 176 days) Smith, Michael Craig 850.00 24 months 180 days (I 76 days) Alcoholic Beverage - Under 21 YOA Unlawful to Walker. Bradley Scott Juarez. Andres 200.00 350.00 <16 Year Old Minor> 350.00 F/G - Fail to attache identification tags to trap Doyle. Robert D 67.00 F/G - Unlawful taking of game animals McDonald, Jacob Andrew 345.00 F/G - Wasteful Destruction of Wildlife McDonald, Jacob Andrew 200.00 Failure to Appear for Misdemeanor Citation Villanueva. Anthony Luclo 200.00 Disturbing the Peace - Willful "* l'thitt, Danna LoutseTCTi qD0.00: ...... ; '.': '" F&G Outfitters & Guides - Outfitting and Guiding Savage, Andrew D 8200.00 [ II v" Driving: 180 days Driving: 180 days Driving: 180 days i Driving: 30 days Driving: 30 days I I I IHun00ng: 12 months I i I I I I * Judgement Witheld :iAdams County Health Center :: Selected for Demonstration • ! i Our local health cen- care." - ter was chosen as one Under this Advanced • of only 500 health cen- Primary Care Practice u= ters across the U.S. to demonstration, created -t take part in a program by the Affordable Care q' to improve care for peo- Act, Medicare will pay .." pie with Medicare, as community health cen- • ,, well as other patients, ters based on the qual- :,, Denise Groves, ity of care they deliver. €-, Executive Director of the This improved payment ',, Adams County Health system will reward clin- Center, said she feels ics for such things as •  honored to be among helping patients manage  those selected as quail- chronic conditions like '{ fled and worthy, from a diabetes or high blood • " relatively small number pressure. :" of health centers on a Much of the program  national level, is aimed at prevent- The program, called ing higher health care -' the Advanced Primary costs through preven-  Care Practice demon- tion. "The goal of this i " stration, is the direct demonstration is to help "result of the Affordable patients get the care Care Act. they need in a prima- '  "Health centers are ry care setting rather i), integral parts of our than in an emergency communities," said department," said Dr. Centers for Medicare & Berwick. "When patients Medicaid Services (CMS) are able to use a health Administrator Donald center as their primary M. Berwick, M.D. "This source of care, it helps :.initiative will give par- primary care doctors, ,, ticipating health centers nurses and specialists the help they need to coordinate their care. , :.improve care for many Health centers will also , = people with Medicare use health care dollars .':.who rely on them as more wisely as patients ,: their main source of receive the right tests, • Adjunct I:acult, at Idaho State Univcrsiw AEG Dental Residency • Full-Thne Practice serving Council and Cambridge since 20(}2 right medications and ticipating community right treatments in the health centers through- right setting." out the demonstration. Director Groves According to the says the program has Department of Health not been in effect long and Human Services, enough to report results; this Advanced Primary it only started about two Care Practice dem- months ago. The dem- onstration is one of a onstration will be con- number of initiatives ducted from November made possible by the 1, 2011 through October Affordable Care Act to 31, 2014. Participating help bring better health health centers will be and better health care paid a monthly fee Ior not just to Medicare each eligible person with beneficiaries, but to all Medicare who receives Americans. while help- primary care services, ing use healthcare dol- The CMS Center for lars more wisely. Medicare and Medicaid The Record expects to Innovation (Innovation report on the results of Center) and the Health this program over the Resources Services three years of its imple- Administration (HRSA) mentation. So "stay will provide technical tuned." assistance to help par- Cambridge High School Principal Notes Principal Notes The State Board of Education recently sent correspondence regard- ing scholarships avail- able through the state. To learn more about each scholarship, including eligibility requirements and deadlines, please visit the Board's website at www.boardofed.idaho. gov/scholarships. Please contact the state office at (208) 334-2270, or scholarshiphelp@osbe. if you need further assistanc'e. If your child is a senior and you have someone else prepare your taxes, it is wise to schedule an appointment as close to the beginning of the New Year as possible. Tax returns are required for completion of the financial aid forms. A huge thank you goes out to all who came out in support of the Nic Bauer Memorial Scholarship Alumni Council Valley Free Library Book Shelf Get 'em while they're hot New Books at the Council Valley Library Adult Fiction Death of a Poison Pen by M.C. Beaton Destined by P.C. Cast The Wedding Quilt by Jennifer Chiaverini Sheepeater by Joseph Dorris Nightwoods by Charles Frazier, Covert Warriors by W.E.B. Griffin, Hell is Empty by Craig Johnson The Soldier's Wife by Margaret Leroy Only His by Susan Mallery Saints Gate by Carla Nwggers Hang Him High by Lewis B. Patten Thirst: The Shadow by Christopher Pike Bound by Dreams by Christina Skye Adult Non Fiction Farallon by Steve Lloyd Crooked River Country by David Braly Juvenile Fiction The Artist Who Painted A blue Horse by Eric Carel Juvenile Non Fiction • Drawing Horses & Pets by Russell Farrell games. When one con- siders all of the activi- ties scheduled for New Year's Eve, we had a great crowd and some good games! Some of you may be aware that Salmon River is unable to field a girls' basketball team this year due to lack of num- bers. We have sched- uled games with McCall- Donnelly to replace the Salmon River games• The games were picked up after we sent the schedules to the printer, so you won't find these games on the schedule you may have picked up from the high school office. The girls will be play- ing McCall-Donnelly in Cambridge on Friday, by Angle Lakey- Campbell January 6 when the boys travel to Salmon River. We will travel to McCall on January 26. Games are schedule to begin with the JV match-up at 6:00. On Saturday, January 7, both boys' teams and the girls' var- sity will host Horseshoe Bend in Midvale. The JV game is scheduled to begin at 3:00• This week is our win- ter homecoming week. I'm not sure how well that will work with the short week after the break, but we're going to give it our best shot. The week will culminate with the homecoming dance in Midvale on Saturday night after the games. !