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September 26, 2012     The Adams County Record
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Page 20 Where is This? OK, back to waterfalls. I've been waiting for someone to send a good picture of this one, and Loren Thomas finally did. This is probably going to get a lot of answers, as this falls is well known. The prize this week is a copy of the Record's book of 2011 Community Spotlight articles by Deb Wilson, called "Hometown Heroes7 qhis book is for sale at the Record office for $3. Last week's photo showed the original barn built by Edgar M. Heigho in 1911, which sits directly behind the brick building that was Heigho's home (built in 1912), and is now known as the Hartland Inn. These buildings are just northeast of the intersection of Highways 95 and 55. Heigho was president and general manager of the Pacific & Idaho Northern Railway, and also the head of the Coeur d'Or Development Company that owned land and platted the townsite of New Meadows. The Meadows Valley Community Managers of the Hartland Inn, Stephen and JoBeth Mehen, have preserved the integrity of the old barn, yet converted one portion of it into a rustic "party room;' complete with a bar and stools. The prize this week goes to Garrett Knight who was the only person who had the correct answer - or any answer for that matter; his was the only one. The prize, which was announced with the photo last week, was a due, as it is a new book written by Stephen Mehan, The Legend of Council Mountain. Wednesday, September 26, 2012 The Adams County Record qm,- Music in the Park The Council Jammers played for a recent Senior Center BBQ in the park at New Meadows. Find out what else is going on our area Senior Centers on page 12. Call or stop by our office Today for more details 257-3314 Council Airport Gets a Facehft BY DEB WILSON Volunteers finished a facelift on the Council Airport last week, weed wacking, painting and reorganizing the facilities. Rocky Spady built shelves in the restroom and equipped it with emergency The newly painted fuel facilities at the Council Airport. sleeping and coffee supplies. New signs and fresh paint on the gas tank and fuel building brighten the welcome, and runway lights and asphalt conditions earlier roadways are clear of this month, but the report debris, will not be available until Pavement Consultants, Inc. of Seattle, an Idaho State Division of Aeronautics contractor, completed a review of the early 2013. Many citizens have expressed concern about, and interest in, the airport since the Adams County Record recently ran its series of airport articles. Adams County Health Center brings Telehealth to Council! The Adams County Health Center announces their new Now your electronicall Leaders in and effective 205 N. Berkley Council, ID 83612 208-253-4242