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The Adams County Record Wednesday, October 24, 2012 Page 21 Adams County Third District Court Dispositions The following cases were recently heard in Adams County Third District Court in Council, Idaho October 1, 2012 -- October 12, 2012 Kennedy, Mary Elizabeth, 49, Boise, ID, Providing false information to an Officer, government Agency or Specified Professional, 1 day in jail, $175 fine Perry, Byron L, 51, Salmo, CN, Over length vehicle violation, $300 fine Madel, Daniel J, 25, Nampa, ID, Exceeding Speed Limit 1-15 MPH, $90 fine Zischke, Caela J, 41, Pullman, WA, Exceeding Speed Limit 16 MPH or over, $90 fine Martin, Michael Charles, 62, Meridian, ID, Passing within 100' of Intersection or Railroad Crossing, $90 fine Wood, Christopher Eugene, 30, Boise, ID, Exceeding Speed Limit 1-15 MPH, $90 fine Gushwa, Mitchell HogtieD, 29, Meridian, ID, Domestic Battery or Assault in the presence of a child, 360 days in jail - 330 days suspended, 24 months Supervised Probation, $300 fine Krygsman, Mariah Louise, 18, Nampa, ID, Passing Limitations when Overtaking on the left, $90 fine Suter, Jason L, 35, Twin Falls, ID, Inattentive or Careless driving, 1 day in jail, $480 fine. Possession or use of alcohol, $250 fine. Broughton, Orcenia E, 50, Philadelphia, PA, Restricted size and loads of vehicles, $274 Fine Byrd, Timothy Dean, 44, Coeur dYklene, ID, Exceeding Speed Limit 1.15 MPH, $90 Fine Chesley, John T, 53, Boise, ID, Exceeding Speed Limit 1:15 MPH, $90 Fine Munck, Bethany M, 20, Clarkston, WA, Failure to Provide Proof of Insurance, $131.50 Fine Estrada Rodriguez, Jaudiel, 35, Boise, ID, Failure to Appear for Misdemeanor Citation, 16 days in jail, $350 Fine Dismissals: 1 Failure to Appear 2 Failure to Provide Proof of Insurance 1 Possession of Controlled Substance 1 Use or Possession with intent to use 1 Attempted Strangulation 1 Minor in Use or Possession with intent to use 1 Fail to Operate in Compliance of Regulations 1 Unlawful snowmobile operation on highway or public roadway 1 Failure to Provide Proof of Insurance 1 Possession of Controlled Substance BY BOB FICK, IDAHO DEPT. Or LABOR Idaho's seasonally adjusted unemployment rate plunged another three- tenths of a percentage point to 7.1 percent in September. While it was the lowest rate since May 2009, it came with a fourth straight month of a shrinking labor force and the first August- September labor force decline since the 1986 recession. Employers across the Jobless Rate Plunges in September state expanded September payrolls from August at a higher rate than the past five years and at a slightly faster pace than they did during the expansion from 2003 through 2007. Another 1,200 workers were on the job in September, pushing total employment to 720,600 - its highest level in four years - and breaking a two-month employment slide. Total nonfarm jobs were 1.2 percent above September 2011, marking the fifth straight month that jobs have totaled at least" a percentage point higher than a year earlier. Unemployment benefit payments dropped 36 percent in .September from September 2011, and the number of claimants averaged 15,000 during the month, down 37 percent from nearly 24,000 a year ago. Benefits for more than a third of those claimants expire at the end of the year. The combination was a sign of slow but sustainable growth that could persist even in the face of economic setbacks. The drop in Idaho's jobless rate matched the three-tenths of a point decline in the national rate to 7.8 percent and marked 11 full years that the state rate has been lower than the national rate. Total unemployment in Idaho fell 1,800 to just over 55,000, the lowest number since May 2009. In the last 14 months, Idaho's unemployment rate has dropped from 8.9 percent to 7.1 percent. The last time there was such a rapid decline was in 1988 during the recovery from the three recessions that marked the early and mid- 1980s. Total employment was over 16,000 higher than a year ago, and there were 12,000 fewer unemployed. But the loss of another 500 people from the labor force continued a contraction unmatched during Idaho's summer peak employment season. Over 6,000 workers have left the labor force since May despite improved hiring prospects. The worst labor force exodus occurred between October 2008 and May 2009 when 9,100 people dropped out. The only other greater labor force contraction was 8,700 from December 1979 through August 1980. Dear Editor, Many thanks go to Rick Haskins and Terry Anderson, who made the first Ladies Golf Play Day a success. Rick and Terry kept us laughing while they loaned us clubs and gave their expert instruction. They even kept straight faces while the beginners among us chipped holes in the dirt around the tees. We're Thank You looking forward to clearer weather and another chance to smack balls down-the fairway. Thanks, guys! Deborah Wilson @ Dear Editor, Can you imagine the feeling of going outside in the morning and finding your car missing??? Not in the usual parking spot??? That happened to me on Sunday. I called the Sheriff's Department immediately and Deputy Canfield came to my rescue. Long story short I found my car downtown in plain sight with $4 on the drivers seat as a "Thank you for the use of your car". Someone borrowed it and returned it. My thank you is to the Sheriff's Department timely response and to Deputy Canfield who showed a genuine concern for me as a citizen and my situation. He spent quality time with me, has a good attitude and I appreciate that. It's good to know that no matter who gets elected as Sheriff that Deputy Canfield will be there. Shirley Halsey Venison recipes John Ford sent in this yummy-sounding venison recipe. Sweet & Sour Elk INGREDIENTS 1 lbs. elk steak cut into " strips C packed brown sugar 1 envelope onion soup mix 1 T vinegar C water 1 t salt 1 jar apricot preserves t pepper '! I I I I I I I I I I I Brown meat in skillet. Mix all other ingredients in crock pot, then add meat. Let cook all day. Use cornstarch to thicken and serve over rice. 7 RIVERS LIVESTOCK COMMISSION Check our website for details on upcoming sales. www.7riverslivestock.com Office: 208-365-4401 7rivers@qwestoffice.net 1611 W. Salesyard Rd. Sales Every Tuesday starting at Noon Next Feeder Special on November 20, 2012 Call 365-4401 for details or to Consign Feeder sales scheduled each month through February, dates to be Knowledgeable, Experienced Proven Job Performance Robin James Adams County Assessor PAID FOR BY CAMPAIGN FUND TO ELECT ROBIN JAMES FOR ASSESSOR Family Ownea lumber available - 2x6, 2x8, 2x10, Douglas Fir. 99 FULL 8am to 6 Monday thru Saturday Z !i 1454 Io Nain freet P.yette,  iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii!iiii!i!! 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