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J i Council Music Festival hits the right notes BY DAL FISK The 11th Annual Council Mountain Music Festival attracted people from all over again this year. Local musicians, as well as bands from as far away as Lewiston and Boise, kept feet tapping both Friday and Saturday. The band scramble was especially good this year, with super- talented members from some of the featured bands joining in the fun. Word is spreading among vendors that the festival is a fun and fruitful place to be, so there were plenty of tasty treats available, as well as interesting arts and craft booths. The wonderful shade trees at the Veterahs' Memorial Peace Park kept the August heat at bay during the day. There Jimmy Bivens and Brian Palmer belting out some hot tunes atthe music festival on Friday night. is something magical about the festival at night - with lights strung like stars between the trees, the silhouettes of dancers against the glow from the stage, kids running and laughing and the darkness snuggles in around the park as if contented by the melodies floating through the warm summer air. See Photos on Page 13 17/00 B03-03-A . SmallTownPapers, lnc. C" 217 W Cota St Shelton, WA 98584-2263 overturns In BY DALE FISK AND lose control. The truck to stay ahead of another HELEN GLIDDEN was owned by the Floydtruck that was behind him. At about 8:30 Tuesday Trucking Company of Suter said that as his morning a southbound Jerome, Idaho. truck rolled over, the cab truck hauling lumber Truck drivers who saw hit a stump and tore away overturned near Highway the wreck said Suter may from the frame. Truckers 95 milepost 149, just have been going fastersay such cabs are only held north of Evergreen than he should have to the frame with four Campground. Driver because he was trying bolts as a safety feature Jason Suter of Twin Falls said he thinks the load shifted, causing him to See TRUCK WRECK IN CANYON, page 3 .asses BY DALE FISK Supporters of the Council High School shop program held an open house on Monday evening to celebrate the renovated shop facility and the many contributions made by local people. The building looked clean, orderly and ready for classes to emphasis on woodworking), plumbing, small engines, farm machinery (including logging and forestry equipment), beginning and advanced welding, animal science, plant science, agricultural structures (construction, foundations, electrical wiring, framing, begin. New shop instructor, drywall, etc.). Tyler Renz, presented an Instructor Renz's new bride, outline of the classes he will be Megan, was also there to meet teaching, which will include: everyone. Agricultural Mechanics (with an A couple dozen people toured the new high school shop facility on Monday, and enjoyed a great dinner that included hotdogs and hamburgers (prepared by grill mas- ter Murray Dalgleish), vegetable and fruit salads, chips and desserts. 4 Adams County Commissioners Meeting New MeadowS Depot lO0-Year Celebration BY LEE BuY over $250,000 in pro-Payette National Forest Even without posals for RAC fund- for conducting deferred Chairman Bill Brown ing for 2013. The thir- trail maintenance, to a in attendance at the teen presentations for$2,000 request from the regular Monday meet-funding ranged from second grade teacher ing, the two remaininga $90,000 request by at Council Elementary Commissioners Mike Paradis and loe Holmes were able to review See ADAMS COUNTY COMMISSIONERS, page 22 The Adams County be open to the public in . members will be dressed Historical Society (ACHS) celebration of the 100 Year in period style clothing has achieved restoration Anniversary. Displays and representing different eras of three main rooms exhibits of historic facts, over the 100-year span. on the first floor of the items, and photos relating The ACHS's newly historic Pacific and to the railroad, depot, City published book"Links Idaho Northern Railwayof New Meadows, and To Our Past" ahistory (P&IN) Depot in New Valley will be throughout of Meadows Valley, by Meadows, Idaho. Labor the depot's first floor and author Carla Barham Day Weekend, SeptemberFreightRoom. Society Standley, who grew up on 1, 2, and 3, from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. the Depot will See NEwMEADOWSDEPoT, page 7 COUNCIL AIRPORT PART III Read All About It page 14 -CAN YOU HEAR ME NOW? VERIZON COMING TO COUNCIL Get Hooked Lip on page 4 WHERE IS THIS BIG ROCK? Check the Picture on page 24