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The Adams County_ Record & Mesa News Wednesday, September 26, 2012 A jalapeno explosion Page 7 By Lynn Leatherman -- 739-5756 While making my news calls this week, I was told that our Mesa neighbors, Woody and Willie Southern have completed the sale on their home. Sincere wishes for a wonderful life in their new home are sent to them. Sandy Coates has announced that the Indian Valley Improvement League will start their meetings once again on Wednesday, October 3rd. The meeting will be held at the fire hall at 1:00 PM. Don and Jackie Dowdy enjoyed a nice trip to California during the week past. Leaving on the 5th, they traveled first to Reno, NV, then on to Bakersfield, CA, to Newhall, CA and then back to Bakersfield before returning home. They were able to visit with their son, some of Jackie's cousins, her old homestead area and find a wonderful surprise to bring home with them. Their son found them a sweet little tri-colored Australian shepherd, who Jackie says is just as sweet as sweet can be, and they love having the little pup around to keep them on their toes. Larry Boehm and Bey Galloway enjoyed a great time at Woodhead Park with The Cuddy Mountain Ramblers on Tuesday. Wednesday morning the group celebrated Bev's birthday. Friday, they headed to Pullman, WA to watch grandson, Jared Byers, play football for WSU. It was a delight for Bev, that son, Ken Galloway, wife Jennifer and grandson Andrew, also came up for a tour of WSU. They all enjoyed a wonderful supper at the home of Ken and Becky Byers. Saturday was game time, and all had a wonderful time with WSU being ahead until the last two minutes when Colorado scored and won the game by one point! Monday, it was off to the sale yard in Caldwell with some cows. Even though it's a bit late, birthday wishes for a wonderful year full of great blessings are sent to Bev. Jim Conner made a trip to the VA in Boise this past week in hopes of a go ahead for surgery on his knee. His doctor wants to wait for about three months and then reevaluate the knee before proceeding with some microsurgery to clean up the joint. Doris Baker is shaking, if feeling better, and having her daughter, Barbara Kightlinger, and son in law Alan, come from Elko this past week was a great incentive to feel better. Barbara and Alan came to help with getting things ready for winter, and have been wonderful company for her. This weekend they plan on helping Judy Van Komen in McCall with a yard sale. Ruth Reeder and Becca Crosby enjoyed a shopping trip to Council on Tuesday, then lunch together with Bill. Friday, cousin Bob Luglan of New Meadows spent the day, and enjoyed dinner with them. Saturday, Becca and Ethan came and helped Ruth and daughter, Lynn, can pears. Jim and Patty Shaw had a wonderful time attending the grand opening of Mundo's in Cambridge. They visited with many friends. They also were appreciative of the accessibility for handicapped persons and enjoyed soaking in the hot springs. Tom and Judy Green enjoyed having grandchildren spend Friday night with them. Saturday, Tom enjoyed a visit from friend, A1 Wilson, of Council. Sunday, friends Bud and Raedell Wagner came from Cambridge to visit. Connie Hornyak visited with her long time friends, Joe and Shorty Spivey, on the Sunday past in Ontario. The couple were her and Ron's first friends when moving to Mesa. Connie sends her prayers and love to Shorty and family with his passing. After Ontario, Connie headed on to Boise to visit with her son and then to Nampa to help Tammy study for a state test to enable her to become licensed to care for disabled children. She spent a wonderful evening with her sister, Val House, and brother in law Larry, having dinner at the Spurwing Golf Course in Meridiah. She also had a very nice visit with her son before returning home. Brian and Cyndi Bauer enjoyed watching ]osie and teammates play volleyball on Tuesday night when the Lady Titans played the Lady Lumberjacks in Council. At home, they are enjoying having Brian's parents, Dick and Rita Bauer, spend a week or so with them. Adams County Health Center moves to 21st Century recordkeeping electronically, directly to the pharmacy without needing paper prescriptions. Up-to-date information on each patient will be available to providers instantly and at all hours. Referrals and communication to BY DALr. FlsK For some time now, experts have been advising health care providers to move to a paperless, electronic record keeping system. This system has a number of advantages: Doctors can send prescriptions Jeep Parts and Service Open On Saturday We service all makes and models Quality Service Award Winning Factory Trained Technician Big City Selection All At One Location STEVENS Phone (208) 549-3310 - Toll Free (800) 658-5080 602 Highway 95 Weiser, Idaho 83672 www.hornetownmotors.corn coordinate care will be still be confidential and accomplished faster, shared only between Health care is an health care providers. information-dense and The Adams County i n for m a t i o n- c r i t i c a 1 Health Center released business. Nation-wide, this statement: electronic recordkeeping "As we introduce is expected to improve this new system, you the quality and will notice changes in convenience of patient our Clinic and the way care, increase patient we collect and input participation in their your information, from care, improve accuracy registration to the exam of diagnoses and health room. While we have outcomes, improve care taken extra steps in coordination and even planning this transition to increase efficiencies and minimize the impact on cost savings, you, we greatly appreciate Beginning September your patience through 25, the Adams County our implementation and Health Center started learning process. We the transition to such welcome your feedback a system, called the on. your experience as Electronic Health Record. we continuously strive to Patient information will better care for you." Thank You Dear Editor, The Indian Valley RFD would like to extend its heartfelt thanks to the Wilkerson Ranch for their very generous donation, which will go towards our on-going efforts to help improve the IVRFD in our ability to protect the Valley and our neighbors. Tim Toomey, Fire Chief, IVRFD Hayden Boll came home for the weekend and helped his dad, Craig sight rifles. Ardis attended the grand opening for Mundo's in Cambridge on Saturday. Sunday, she was able to talk Craig and Hayden into going back to Mundo's with her and enjoying a pleasant afternoon together. Robin Juica spent the week getting her van repaired from her unfortunate encounter with a deer a few weeks ago. Brian and Cyndi Bauer expertly installed a new windshield for her and her son, Chad, replaced the headlight and blinker. Robin is grateful the accident wasn't any worse and she has her van back on the road. Janet Meyer had a quiet week with the exception of one big explosion. No, it wasn't Janet being mad at Ron' that made the explosion, but rather some lively jalapenos that didn't want to stay contained in a pot and boiled over everywhere. Janet had steppe d away from the stove long enough to write out thirty little labels for her grape )am and returned to jalapeno jam everywhere in her kitchen. 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