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Page 22 wh ere 1$ This? OK, so we're back to waterfalls. Loren Thomas sent in this shot. This is not one that has been featured here before, and it's about the last major waterfall in the county that I know Of that hasn't been featured here. I also got pictures of this fall from other people, but this one seemed the best. Get your answers in by 4:00 on Monday to 253-6961 or record@ctcweb.net. We have a new prize donor for the winner this week. A prize of $5 cash has been contributed by Front Door Business Services of Fruitland. Last week's photo got ten correct answers. Anyone who has taken the trail to Purgatory Saddle, Six Lake Basin, the Summit Mine tunnel etc. from Black Lake has seen that huge boulder right beside the trail, not too far from the lake. (West of the outlet.) The winner in the drawing was eight-year-old Rylie Zollman! Rylie wins a jar of Jalapeno peppers from D&L Herbs of Council. Wednesday, August 29, 2012 The Adams County Record C & M Lumber Co. We're here for the Celebrating Labor Day... g Spotlight Events-Timber Tee  __ Orepac- Thomson- Evergreen " oT LP Composite and Trims KDZY LIVE REMOTE******** Fri. & Sat. 11:00-3:00 25% off All Scotts Products...!imited to stock on hand.. 25% Bagged Landscape products $5 off per Gallon Valspar Paints...see in store details. $1.00 sq. ft. Snap Lock Flooring. $1.00 sq. ft. Ceramic Floor Tile 3265 Walker Lane, New Meadows 208.347.2194 Snake River Flows May Decline Below Hells Canyon Dam fROM IDAHO POWER Potential reductions to Snake River flows below Hells Canyon Dam could impact anglers, boaters and other river users over the next two weeks, Idaho Power announced Thursday. Brownlee Reservoir's water level is expected to remain steady through Labor Day weekend, but flows in the Snake and Salmon rivers are declining due to the hot, dry summer. Public boat ramps are expected to be available within Brownle Reservoir through the Labor Day weekend. However, to keep the ramps available, Idaho Power may have to begin passing inflows through the Hells Canyon Complex. As of Thursday, Brownlee's elevation was 2,057 feet above sea level - 20 feet below full, but high enough to ensure all the public boat ramps are usable, with the exception of Holcomb Park. Brownlee inflows are expected to decrease over the next two weeks due to a critically dry summer with little to no precipitation through- out the state and the completion of irish augmentation releases from the Upper Snake, Payette, and Boise basins. In addition, flows from the Salmon River have been and contin- ue to steadily decline. Both factors will be watched closely over the next two weeks. For up-to-date information on Brownlee inflows and water eleva- tion, as well as current information on downstream flows, please visit Idaho Power's website at: http://www.idahopower.com/rec- reation