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The Adams County Record Indian Valley & Mesa News Don and Jackie Dowdy enjoyed attending the Memorial Day services held by q2ae American Legion at the Indian Valley Cemetery on Monday morning. The entire Dunham clan was in Cambridge on "Saturday afternoon to witness the graduation and honor, Kari Dunham. Karl's dad, Dean Dunham was handing out the diplomas and just about knocked Karl down with a big old Daddy-style bear hug when presenting her diploma. Wanna Belle Coriell joined with family in Cambridge on Saturday, as she happily, watched her granddaughter, Holly Coriell, graduate. Mary Rininger, along with her son, Tom Rininger and daughter-in-law Janet, were proud to watch Jenny graduate from Midvale High School on Friday evening. Jenny presented her grandmother with a bouquet of yellow roses to say thank you for all she has done in raising her. The yellow roses were a favorite of her grandfather, Harold, and a very proper remembrance of how important he was in her life. Tony and Wanda Morgensen enjoyed having daughter, Marcia, and grandson Jesse, visit from Payette for the holiday weekend. Wanda's brother, Rick, and his wife Judy Morris, came from Lewiston to visit on Saturday. Brother, Lynn Morris of Council, also came to visit. They spent time decorating graves at Indian Valley and Midvale on Sunday. Monday, six cousins from Boise and one from Henderson, NV came for lunch. lill Doughton and mother, Margaret Thomason, spent Friday decorating family graves. in the area. The rest of the week and this coming week, Jack and Jill are getting ready for Hell's Canyon Days. Be sure to stop by and visit their booth and see what's new. Larry Boehm and Bev Wednesday, May 30, 2012 . Page 9 ,00raduations and Memorials By Lynn Leatherman -- .739-5756 Galloway started their week by joining The Cuddy Mountain Ramblers camping at Steck Park on Tuesday and Wednesday. Xhey enjoyed a nice visit with the camp host, Russ McDonough, an alumni of Cambridge High School who attended school with Bev's kids. On Thursday, Bev and Larry attended the graduation exercises for Bev's granddaughter, CeeAnna Derouin, who graduated from Mountain View High School of Meridian. On Friday evening they attended the Midvale graduation, and then Saturday the) attended Cambridge and. Council graduations. Sunday, Larry's sister, Myrna Richards, and brother John Boehm and wife Patty of Eagle, came feed, which is a treasured with them helping Patty Tuesday taking Gertie tradition of the friends, celebrate her bir}hday. Sutton of Midvale to On Saturday, the couple They went to Lakey's Caf6 doctor appointments and worked so hard in the while here, and to Ontario. shopping. Sunday, she and yard that they treated Cathy Veselka enjoyed daughter, Tammy Evans, themselves to dinner at her holiday weekend by enjoyed watching the the Seven Devils Caf6 in joining with daughters, wagon trains come into Council, and then again Maggie Baker and Cambridge from Midvale, for a nice lunch on Sunday Sarah Veselka, and and then had dinner at at Lakey's Caf6. granddaughter Grace Mrs. G's restaurant. Doris Baker was among Baker, to visit another Craig and Ardis Boll those who visited Indian daughter, Helen Greer, in enjoyed having daughter, Valley Cemetery and LasVegas. Challis, and her friefid decorated family graves Judy Green visited Ioyce Iessica, come to visit on over theweekend. Cook in Cambridge on Saturday and Sunday. Bill and Ruth Reeder Tuesday and got lots of Hayden enjoyed attending spent Monday night in plant cuttings. She took a graduation party with Ontario with daughter, the cuttings with her to friend, Austin Iensen, in Shirley, and her husband Caldwell on Thursday. She New Plymouth on Sunday. Louis Vandrell. On joined the Kinder familyat Both Craig and Ardis Wednesday, nephew Jess Pogo's to celebrate the end attended the graduation Reeder and his wife Brenda, of school. Saturday, she ceremony in Cambridge came from Barstow, CA enjoyed going to Bountiful and the barbecue held at to visit, staying until Baskets and graduation the Cambridge Exhibit Thursday. Friday night, in Cambridge. Monday, Hall for several of the grandson, Tyler, and great Tom participated with the students afterward. grandson Tristan Hensley, American Legion at the Celestino and Robin from Moscow to Indian Valley Cemetery. Juica enjoyed the holiday visit, spending the night. Afterward, they joined weekend by spending Over the week past, Jim others in Council for the time in McCall w{th and Patty Shaw enjoyed ceremonies, staying for the daughter, Clerida, and having Jim's mother, Jean potluck picnic. Later, they son-in-law, Alan, and the Tencza, and step-father were off to Midvale for grandchildren Iker and Steve, visit from Rio Rico, the athletic banquet for a Arelly. AZ. They spent from the granddaughter. 15th through the 18th Connie Hornyak spent to visit. They decorated- came family graves and enjoyed dinner at Lakey's Caf6. Jim and Lavonne Conner en)oyed having good friends, Bill and Cathy Smith of Riggins, visit on Wednesday. They all enjoyed a yummy taco Payette National Forest Update BY LAURA PRAMUK While spring began arriving on the west side of the Payette National Forest (PNF)in March it is just now showing itself on the East side of the Forest and in the mountains. Snow is still present at high elevations and on some north facing slopes, so winter won't go without a fight for a couple of more weeks. Recent rain and warmer temperatures at lower elevations have created high water in some areas, and we've discovered a few spots where routes have been damaged by either spring run off or this past winter's snow. Almost half of the Forest's campgrounds will be open during Memorial Day weekend and depending on the weather, conditions should be good for the official start of summer. Whether you prefer mountain biking, fishing, camping, kayaking, hiking, 4-wheeling or wildlife watching, you'll be able to find the perfect spot for your activity somewhere on the Payette National Forest. With the weather warming up as much as it has in McCall, Valley County is planning to plow open Warren Wagon Road next week, so it should be open to Warren by Memorial Day Weekend if all goes as planned. PNF campgrounds that are currently open: Weiser & Council Ranger Districts: Mann Creek Campground Spring Creek Campground Brownlee Campground Big Flat Campground Cabin Creek Campground Planned: Evergreen Campground (call 208-253-0100) New Meadows & McCall Ranger Districts: Cold Springs Campground Last Chance Campground Monty is a beautiful purebred Labrador retriever with lots of potential He is an active dog who would love to hang out with his new owner. He is doing well with his obedience. Adopt him toddy at lVllonlty Krassel Ranger District & the South Fork Salmon River area: Poverty Campground Camp Creek Campground Four Mile Campground Buckhorn Campground Ponderosa Campground Upper elevation campgrounds are still full of snow and will not'likely be open until late June. The PNF has two new interpretive trails you may wish to visit. One focuses on the Northern Idaho Ground Squirrel, and the trail and interpretive agns are located ad)acent to the Lost Valley Reservoir, on the New Meadows Ranger District. This short mile hiking trail begins at a new trailhead located along the northeastern portion of Forest Road 089. Pets must be leashed along this trail. This is a good trail for families. Another new interpretive trail is located on the Krassel Ranger District, along the South Fork Salmon River Road at the Poverty Overlook. This new mile loop hiking trail interprets fire ecology and the history of the area over the past 100 years. For mountain hiking opportunities the popular Bear Basin area contains over 15 miles of trails that were specifically designed for beginning, intermediate and expert mountain biking. The Bear Basin area is located off of Highway 55 approx. 2 miles west of McCall, As the snow melts away and higher temperatures open the Forest to motorized travel at higher elevations nd in remote areas, evidence of damage from winter and spring runoff is starting to be reported. Visitors are reminded to be watchful for potential hazardous VRS AUTO GLASS VALLEY REPAIRS & SERVICES Windshield Repairs & Replacements "We will come to you" Most Comprehensive Insurance pays 100% of Chip Repair Brian & Cyndi Dunham Bauer .Indian Valley, Idaho ......... (.208)_ 20056".431,5 ... ....... conditions along roadways, especially after heavy rainstorms or wind events. Please contact local Ranger Districts to report road damage or hazards that have not been signed. Forest personnel are patrolling areas as they open up and have discovered several damaged sections of road: National Forest System Road (NFSR) # 139 along the East Fork of Lost Creek is closed due to a washed out pipe. This road is located on the New Meadows Ranger District. The Zena Creek Road, NFSR # 361, is closed approximately four miles in from a slide. There are also a few damaged sections along the South Fork Salmon River NFSR # 674. Some work to reset two culverts and riprap some outlets will occur this spring and will necessitate some short closures. These roads are loca{ed on the Krassel Ranger District. Remember to tread lightly and avoid wet roads and trails so that road surfaces and waterways are protected from damage where wet conditions exist. Fire danger is a concern on the west side of the forest as grasses and other vegetation are already beginning to dry out. Be careful with camp fires, hot equipment and vehicle motors when you visit the National Forest. The Payette National Forest wishes everyone a safe and pleasant holiday weekend. Ask Around. 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