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The Adams County Record Mountain Trail Challenge' Continued from front page welcomes creative helping hands for preparation. The Chapter is appre- ciative of sponsors and contributors whose help is critical to making this Event possible. More information and entries are available by calling (208) 256-4543 or by visit- ing Heartland's web site; heartland-bch.org. The Heartland Chapter is a mixed group of horse enthusiasts who support common sense use and enjoyment of horses and pack stock in the back country and Wilderness (BCH of Idaho mission). They have monthly meet- ings, joyful day rides, complete maintenance of Forest Service trails adopt- ed on Council Mountain, hold education clinics, etc. Membership information is on the web site or you may call current Chapter President, Jean Revaul at (208) 382-4373. Wednesday, May 23, 2012 Adams County Commissioners Continued from front page Under-Sheriff influx of county prisoners. Richard Burger said the The Sheriff's Department Department is wait- asked approval for hir- ing for an invoice for ing two additional jailers the gun that was sold to maintain the required in error so the owners staffing number for the can be reimbursed by jail. Two pa.trol posi- the Department. The tions that are currently Commissioners sched- open will be kept open uled their quarterly jail until the County can inspection to coincide determine their funding with their June 18, 2012, sources this year. Burger meeting. The jail housed urged quick action by eighteen state inmates the Commissioners in this week, and had been picking a replacement at capacity due to an phone system for the Courthouse. The current phone system uses out- dated software and can- not be upgraded for the new data phones. Assessor Robin lames brought her staff in to meet with the Commissioners, and presented the suggested valuations for County real estate for 2012. The Assessors Office will be sending out over 1,500 assessment notices at the end of May with the Page 13 changes in valuations adjusted to reflect cur- rent market conditions. The Commissioners approved a change in ownership of the York Gravel Pit, and approved a Conditional Use Permit for Rod Kesler to operate the gravel pit. Over an hour of the meeting was involved in certifying the Primary Election results for Adams County, as is now required by the State of Idaho. LIMII"ED TIME OFFER! Free Fishing Continued from front page into a life-long pursuit;' Fish and Game regional fish manager Joe Kozfkay said. "Parents are encouraged to bring their children out for a day of fun fishing excitement:' Lack of fishing experience is no excuse. At special locations around the southwest region, equipment will be available for use and fishing exper_ts will be on hand to help novice anglers learn the ins and outs of fishing. In addition, all these locations will be stocked with hatchery rainbow trout prior to the special day. Look for the event nearest you and, "Take a Kid Fishing." Free Fishing Day Events in the Southwest Region -lune 9: Note: pay special attention to event times. Other events may be added. Check the Fish and Game website (http://fishandgame. idaho.guy) for schedule additions and or changes. Atwood Pond (Payette) - 8:00am - 2:00pm Council Park Pond (a.k.a. O1' McDonald Pond) - 9:00am - l:00pm Ed's Pond (Emmett) - 9:00am - Noon Fischer Pond (Cascade)- 10:00am- 2:30pm Kimberland Meadows Pond (New Meadows) - 9:00am - 2:00pm: Leroy Matthews Memorial Fishing Event For more information regarding Free Fishing Day, contact the Fish and Game McCall office (634-8137) or the Nampa office (465-8465). 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