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Page 2 Wednesday, September 26, 2012 The Adams County Record Hai0000 What I learned from politicians Dear Editor, It has been an instructive week for me. Mr. Romney has explained to me that, as I make less then $250,000 a year, I am in the middle class. Mr. Ronmey has also said that since I support Barack Obama, I am a victim who takes no responsibility for my livelihood. I am a bit confused; I thought I worked over 40 years until I retired. Mr. Romney has also informed me, I pay no taxes! This point is really an eye opener for me, I ing about paying State and Federal taxes, but maybe my memory is failing. Rick Santorum has informed me that I am a smart person because I am not on the side of con- servatives. Thank you Mr. Santorum for the compli- ment, but again I am con- fused. I know some darn smart people who sup- port conservatives. Mr. Santorum, are conserva- tives smart or dumb? In 2009, according to Internal Revenue Service studies, those Americans seem to remember bitch- with adjusted gross income of more then $77 million paid no U.S. income tax, while 19,551 U.S. house- holds with income above $200,000 owed no U.S. or foreign income tax. I won- der how much income tax Mitt Romney paid in 2009. I will search out my tax returns and we can com- pare them. Maybe he did pay taxes, and I did not, and I will have to apolo- gize to him. Of course since Mitt Romney is almost a billionaire he should not have to pay any taxes. Comd;/ Dear Editor, One of the many benefits of living in our small, rural community is that when we need to call our local government offices, we get to talk to real, live people. Now it appears the upgrade Say it ain't so to the phone system at the county courthouse will deprive us of that simple pleasure. Really? In a coun- ty of fewer than 4000 peo- ple, we'll have to press i for the clerk, press 2 for the assessor, etc.? C'mon, man. We're not in Newark. Can't we have modern telecom- munications speed and old- fashioned human contact? a)/ r,,, Y_.;am Va/ly THE ADAMS COUNTY RECORD USPS: 005-120 Copyright 2012 The Adams Cotmty Record is published weekly at 108 Illinois Ave., " Council, Idaho 83612-000R by Adams County Record Publishing Co LLC., Lyle Sail, Publisher. Periodical postage is paid at Council, Idaho. BUSINESS HOURS Open Monday -Friday 9:00a.m. to 5:00p.m. CONTACT US 108 Illinois Ave. Council, ID 83612 (208) 253-6961 Fax: (208) 253-6801 www.theadamscotmtyrecord.com Send submissions to: record@ctcweb.net. LETTERS POLICY Letters to the editor must meet the standards of good taste and truthfulness, be original, and contain the address and phone number of the author. Letters should be kept as short as possible (400 word maximum). We will print a maximum of one letter every other week per individual. We welcome Thank You letters from individuals and non-profit community groups. 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PUBLIC SERVICE ANNOUNCEMENTS All schedules of events are public service announcements unless listed as advertisements. THE ADAMS COUNTY RECORD IS BROUGHT TO YOU BY Publisher Production Lyle Sail Layout Circulation Editor Gamaliel Masters Photographer Dale Fisk Front Desk Accounts . Advertising Receivable Sales & Design Vicki Berks Laura Perkins Editor's Notebook Send in your favorite venison recipe A couple weeks ago my editorial musing was about my recipes for venison (both deer and elk), but I heard that some people (especially women) -didn't finish reading it because it started off like a hunting article. At the end of the piece I asked folks to send in their favorite venison- hater recipes, but I haven't i received any yet. Bow hunting season is about over, and rifle seasons will start soon for deer and elk, so many people are going to have freezers full of venison. And it would be an appropriate time to feature a few good recipes - especially ones that appeal to those who aren't venison lovers. How about a favorite marinade - either off the shelf or homemade? Please send recipes to PO Box R, Council, ID 83612 or record@ctcweb. net. Here's a venison chili recipe to get" things started. This recipe for chili will serve 4 people easily: I1 '1 ' Chili ' ' Venison ' I I I INGREDIENTS I I I I ' 1 lb. ground venison 1 8 oz. glass of water I I 1 tsp. olive oil 2 beef bouillon cubes ! I I ! 2 cans of dark red kidney beans i tsp. salt i ! 1 can of black beans 1 tsp, pepper i ! 1 can of diced tomatoes 1 tbs. chili powder (more or less) ! ! 1 8 oz. can of tomato sauce i tbs. cumin ! I 1 diced bell pepper tsp. garlic powder ! ! i diced small onion tsp. cayenne pepper (optional) I I I I I ! In a large boiler, sautd the venison, bell pepper, onions and the olive oil. ! I You'll probably need the olive oil because venison is extremely low in fat and ! I will stick to the pan if you're not careful. When the venison is browned and I I the pepper and onions are softened, add the kidney beans, black beans, bouil- ! I I ion cubes, water and the tomato sauce. Wait until the last minute to add the II I tomatoes so that the tomatoes don't cook to pieces. Add the salt, pepper, chili I I powder, cumin, garlic powder and cayenne pepper. Let the chili simmer on ! I low for about 45 minutes, stirring occasionally so that it doesn't stick. Add the !.: I tomatoes about 10 minutes before serving. Adjust the chili powder, cumin, salt, I I I ! pepper and garlic powder to your taste. You can add more water if you want ! i soupier venison chili. If you add more water, you may need to add another i ! bouillon cube to maintain a rich flavor. You can garnish your bowl of this ! I hearty venison chili with a dollop of sour cream, some shredded cheese or ! I even some jalapeno peppers. ! I I Dental residents coming to Adams County Health Center The Adams County Health Center Dental Clinic is partnered with Idaho Stat University, Rural Residency Rotation, which allows for rotation of ISU dental residents. Dental residents are graduates of dental school the year prior tO their residency. They complete an optional one year Advanced Education in General Dentistry Residency through Idaho State University. During the residency, dental residentg are given the opportunity to work with a variety of specialists to give them a broader area of expertise. In addition, they rotate through Council on their rural rotation. The idea is to expose them to the challenges and experiences ] I-ss-- 431 L First [ ennui Weiser .eoumua 00 IIlIIIGITIIIL m 549-1907 1.600.390.1510 rural dentistry can bring, and senior citizens. Dr. The 2012 Advanced Eppich and one of the General Dentistry Residents will be traveling Residentshave begun their to Riggins for Headstart rotations this month. We screenings on October 25. would like to welcome Priya Registered Dental Hygienist, Muthu, DDS, University of Misty Robertson, will Minnesota, Rosa Pothier, be doing a dental puppet DMD, UniversityofNevada, presentation for our local Las Vegas, Brian Summers, Headstart on October 4. DMD, Oregon Health On February 1, from & Sciences University 8a.m. to 5p.m., The and Dean Whiting, DDS, Adams County Health University of Washington. Center Dental Clinic will They will continue through participate in the American November 9, returning in Dental Association's the spring, nationwide event "GIVE During this time, more KIDS A SMILE DAY' The dental appointments are focus is on children without available. Adults may dental insurance who are receive preventive services in need of dental care. Dr. and emergency care on a Eppich, Dr. Prince and sliding fee schedule. To RDH Misty Robertson make and appointment, will donate their time to call 253-6447 and talk to see children who have no Lauren or Misty. dental insurance coverage Our dental health staff and treatment including also provides outreach everything from dental services, including cleanings, exams, sealants, screenings and educational fillings and extractions. materials, to area schools