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BO3-@3-A 117/@0 smal|TownPapers' Inc. 217 W Cota St WA 98584 Shelton, Council Mountain Monster aY DALE FISK There used to be more monsters in our mountains than there are now. They were never common, but these days they are extremely hard to find. I'm talking about monster mule deer. Of course size isn't everything, but a big set of antlers has always sent a hunter's heart rate through the roof, and they probably always will. Roy and Shirley Eastlick came to Council in the waning years of the big buck era--the 1960s. But there was at least one big boy left up on Council Mountain, and they found him. Roy killed this monster buck in 1975. He scored 203 points in the Boone & Crocket record book. The Safari Club International has their own scoring method, and ranked this trophy as 11 th in the world in the typical mule deer class. See COUNCIL MOUNTAIN MONSTER, page 6 Left to right: Roy Eastlick, Shirley Eastlick, Roger Selner. Commissioners Appoint New Treasurer Also - final agreement on Wilson Road BY DALE FISK The Adams County Commissioners met on Thtirsday, April 10 to appoint a new County Treasurer and conduct a couple other items of business. Current Treasurer, Connie Kesler, will be retiring at the end of May, and the commissioners See NEw TREASURER, page 17 Christy Wilson (left) will take over the Adams County Treasurer position on June 1 when cur- rent Treasurer, Connie Kesler (right), retires. BY DALE FISK The third and final forum for citizens to meet and question the people for whom they will be voting took place at Council's Elementary School last Thursday night. The event was well attended by citizens interested in their Final Candidate Forum 4, and will not appear on the Primary ballot, but will be a contender in the general election. Republicans will choose between Matthew Faulks and incumbent Monty Pearce for State Senator, while on the Democratic side, Alma Hasse is choices for the Primary election on May 15. Legislative District 9, 'of which Adams County is a part, has two positions for the House Representatives up for election / reelection this time around. The two are designated as Position A and Position B. On the Republican ticket for Position A, incumbent Lawerence Denney is running unopposed, but will face Democrat Steve Worthley in the general election. Both were present at the forum. Position B on the Republican ticket is the real horse race, with four contenders, only one of which will survive the Primary: Judy Boyle (incumbent), Jeri Soulier, Kendall Nelson-Jeffs and Daniel S, Weston: All but Weston were present at the forum. Independent, Mary Sue Roach was not present running as a write-in Candidate. Hasse first registered as a candidate for Representative, but decided she could be more effective in the Senate. q-hose voting See CANDIDATE FORUM, page 7 The Story of the Bear Creek Fire Department Ben Warner became interested in fire fighting when he lived in Ontario and took some classes and training there. He talked Joe and Sam Warner and Sarah Stewart into going to the classes with him. Their training covered structure fires, as well as grass and timber fires. ]-hey learned how to crawl on hands and knees through a maze to get to a person trapped in a burning building. See BEAR CREEK FIRE DEPARTMENT, page 22 ; Do WOLVES BENEFIT THE ECO SYSTEM IS BACK Part VII is on page 23" International Effo00't To Support The Shop Levy Kim Hornisberger, an exchange student from Switzerland, spent most of the day Sunday helping fellow Council High School students design, paint, and install a sign asking voters to support the shop levy on May 15th. They got started at 2:00 in the afternoon and managed to get the last fence post planted behind the sign just before the sun went down. The sign is at the east end of Illinois Avenue (the main street through Council). Council High School students put up this sign last week, urging the public to vote for the shop levy in the May 15 election. Left to right: Kim Hornisberger, Cole Brown, Chase Brown, Will Canfield. DUST OFF THE GRILL .WITH THAI SWEET & SOUR RIBS Check out the recipe on page 26 State Candidate Run Down Get the straight dope on page 24