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Page 12 Wednesday, 15, 2012 Council High School Textiles Program Receives Check CHS Textiles Program students and Superintendent Murray Dalgleish pose with the quilting machine they use. The textile program Including sending at Council High School students to a national got a very pleasant quilt competition in Salt surprise recently. They Lake. Last year the kids received a $5,000 took all the top prizes, check from the Coeur bringing home $1,000 in d'Alene Tribe. Fran prize money. Ogden said the money The Coeur d'Alene will be used for several Tribe has helped to aspects of the program, fund several projects in Northern Idaho, and was trying to spread that assistance to other parts of the state. When they learned how hard the kids here have worked and all the great things they have accomplished, they decided to pitch in. New Meadows City Council Continued from front page water/waste engineering firm. He said they are experienced and try to keep their prices low for rural communities. QuaUs reported that Ride Idaho---a seven- day bicycle ride---will start at New Meadows on August 4. There should be an influx of scanner to scan and digitize around 20,000 documents. He will look into prices. Quails also said he would like to see the city's web site redone because the present one is not attractive or user friendly. The council asked Quails to gather more information on this. Meadows Valley Economic Development Steering Committee will meet February 23 at 10:00 AM at City Hall. A Chamber of Commerce meeting is schedule for March 8 at the Senior Center. The Adams Coun .ty Record ' Celebrating o Day Made in the USA Sal e \\;img[00an- m--mBassett L00.e Charles 00.J00nekter" whe Great een eeS D00ND MATTRESS BEAULIEU" ofAME RICA .NTINAI'IONAI MOttAWK -------- Just to Name a Few.' Like us on Facebook Furniture 525 State Street Weiser 549-2246 Free Delivery * Financing Available WE LOVE GETTING YOU THE NEWS A DAY EARLIER Please keep in mind that means we need your submissions earlier too. Please ensure that Letters to the Editor, Community Notices and Display Advertising are received by Friday, and all other content by Monday Afternoon. Thank ]/ou 400-500 people with good incomes who may boost the local economy. It was reported that another bike group out of Salem, Oregon will be 9ming through A dara County on the Welser River Trail at the end of June with about 400 to 500 bikes. Details are yet to come. Mayor Julie Spelman said she will be out of town from February 15 through the 23 rd. The Council approved the expenditure of $4,560.62 to replace and relocate the sewer system surge protector, Doug Buys introduced two representatives from "Pipeline Inspection Services" of Nampa. He said he highly recommended this company. The representatives talked about their process that they would use if hired to reline the inside of the city's water tank. The tank is ver much in need of repair or replacement. The Company uses a unique coating that is applied to the walls of a tank, They also described their processes for sending cameras through water and sewage system s to find defects, clogs, etc. They have an amazing new technique with which they can repair damaged pipes without the need to dig them up, which saves a lot of money. Doug Buys explained that he would like to see the city get on a schedule of having the city's sewer system completely cleaned every four or five years, stating, "This would save us SO much money in the long run." He has already seen signs of the eminent need for repairs to the lines. The Dept. of Environmental quality has already finned the city for sewer system shortcomings, but lessened those fines with the understanding that New Meadows would make progress in addressing the problems. 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