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% The Adams County Record Wednesday, December 12, 2012 Page 13 E TH I OW : READ THE LEGALS ] L.f---~ ......... " Please submit legal notices,,, to ~ NOTICE Notice of Trustee's Sale Idaho Code 45-1506 Today's date: December 3, 2012 File No.: 7042.28162 Sale date and time (local time): April 3, 2013 at 11:00 AM Sale location: the office of Timberline Title & Escrow, 104 Industrial Avenue, Council, ID 83612 Property address: 304 South Miller Avenue New Meadows, ID 83654 Successor Trustee: Northwest Trustee Services, Inc., an Idaho Corporation P.O. Box 997 Bellevue, WA 98009 (425) 586- 1900 Deed of Trust information Origlnal grantor: Steven St. Pierre and Brenda St. Pierre, husband and wife Original trustee: Amerititle Original beneficiary: Mortgage Electronic 'Registration Systems, Inc. sole- ly as nominee for Idaho Independent Bank Recording date: 12/14/2006 Recorder's instrument number: 113352 County: Adams Sum owing on the obligation: as of December 3, 2012:$119,481.55 Because of interest, late charges, and other charges that may vary from day to day, the amount due on the day you pay may be greater. Hence, if you pay the amount shown above, an adjustment may be necessary after we receive your check. For further information write or call the Successor Trustee at the address or tele- phone number provided above. Basis of default: failure to make payments when due, Please take notice that the Successor Trustee will sell at public auction to the highest bidder for certified funds or equiv- alent the property described above. The property address is identified to comply with IC 60-113 but is not warranted to be correct. The property's legal description is: Lot 3 and Lot 4, Block 32, Townsite of New Meadows, Idaho as said Lots and Block are designated on the official plat of said Townsite on file in the Office of the County Recorder of Adams County, Idaho. The sale is subject to conditions, rules and procedures as described at the sale and which can be reviewed at www.north- or USA-Foreclosure,com. The sale is made without representation, warranty or covenant of any kind. (TS# 7042.28162) 1002.235459-File No. Published in the Adams County Record on December 12, 2012 December 19, 2012 December 26, 2012 January 02, 2013 ,qk~- meet to BY HEATHER WILLIAMS lic hearing with the House Leaders in education Education Committee, assembled Thursday, Nqv. the Senate Education 29, to begin finding solu- Committee and pos- tions for immediate and sibly the Joint Finance long-term issues facing and Appropriations the future of K-12 educa- Committee to share its tion in Idaho. The ideas ideas and offer its contin- generated by this group ued help. were given to Gov. Butch The group's 22 partici- Otter's office and offered pants included superin- to legislative leaders. The tendents, teachers, par- group will request a pub- ents and leaders from Crossword Puzzle 4 S mm 44 24-~m CLUES ACROSS, 1. Afraid 7. Love grass 11. Hepburn/Grant movie 12. Opposite of good 13. Whale ship captain 14. A major U.S. political party 15. Rate of walking 16. A ceremonial procession 18. Unfolded 20. More pretentious 21. Ribbon belts 23. Himalayan wild goats 24. 100 =1 kwanza 25. Japanese wrestling 26. asty: family of rulers 27. Luteimzing hormone 29. British Air Aces 30. Being a single umt 31. Opposite of gee 33. National Guard 34. A stratum of rock 35. Have a yen for 37. Cornell tennis center 39. Iranian monetary units 41. Settings in a play 43. Olfactory properties 44. AKA platyfish 46. Free from deceit 47. Ireland 48. 007's Flemming 51.&&& 52. Kidney, fava or broad 53. W. African country 55. __ Frank's diary 56. Induces vomiting CLUES DOWN i. Jamc's "'Fifty '" 2. Scottish game pole 3. Atomic #18 4. Tattered cloth 5. Tokyo 6. Force from office 7. Wigwam 8. Dynasty actress Linda 9. Small mongrel 10. Rapidly departed 11. A corporate leader 13. King of Camelot 16. Mrs. Nixon 17. Macaws 19. Symphony orchestra 21. Cunning 22. Wheatgrass adjective 26. U. of Texas regldential center 28. Estate (Spanish) 32. Pilots and Blues 36. Right angle building wings 38. Store fodder 40. Supersonic transport 41. Brand of plastic wrap 42. Comb-plate 43. Puppeteer Lewis 44. Tatouhou 45. Security interest in a property 49. Direct a weapon 50, One point E of due N 54. Latin for "and" the Idaho Education Association, the Idaho Business for Education, the Idaho School Board's Association, State Board of Education and the State Department of Education. They met at Boise State University in a meeting facilitated by Idaho Leads Project co-directors Lisa Kinnaman and Roger Quarles. The five-hour meeting included activi- ties to build relationships and develop shared ideas for solving Idaho's K-12 education challenges. The meeting was arranged by Heather Williams, superinten- dent of the Gooding ]oint School District and legis- lative chair for the Idaho Association of School Administrators. Williams emphasized that this is a practitioner's group and not a political group. She invited retiring and long- time legislator from her district Wendy ]aquet to offer ideas on how the group could maximize relationships with law- makers. "My goal was to get practitioners and caring stakeholders together to better understand theis- sues from various per- spectives, and to build leadership capacity to help us move forward by building relationships, committing to continuous improvement, and build- ing on effective practices;' she said. The group agreed that it is important to bring multiple solutions, instead of problems, to the Legislature and Gov. Butch Otter and to Sup- port the governor as he appoints an education task force. Some of the ideas developed by the group were to focus on recruit- ing and retaining the very best teachers in Idaho, build on reform efforts that are already working, build a statewide com- munication matrix, make decisions as close as pos- sible to students, set clear goals for all stakeholders, integrate technology and evolve the instructional model. Members of the group also said that now is the time to leverage the intense public interest in education by publicizing the good things happen- ing in a variety of top- ics from. technology inte- gration, use ofeffective practices and leadership capacity. "Let's focus on what's going right while we have their attention;' said New Plymouth Superintendent "Ryan Kerby. Paradis All-Conference Continued from front page the best players out of all of the conference teams to form honorary first and second teams. Paradis was one of only 13 players chosen from the conference to make the more prestigious first team, and one of five Boise State University football players chosen. Paradis was the only offensive BSU team member honored. This is the first time since 2005 that Boise State has placed onl one player on the first-team offense in its conference. The "Broncos finished the regular season with a 10-2 record and a share of the conference title. Boise State is scheduled to play Washington Dec. 22 in the MAACO Las Vegas Bowl. Matt is the son of Adams County Commissioner Mike Paradis and Council teacher Janice Paradis. They said, "We are both very happy that all of his hard work is paying off." New Meadows Council meeing BY FRED ERLAND All of the City Council members were present. Invoices, minutes and beveragelicenses were approved. A letter is to be sent to JUB. The Burn permit and Local Option Tax remain on the burner. Burn per- mit fees are spent at the council's discretion, and local option tax funds must be used for infra- structure. There was a discussion of various drainage prob- lems. Mr. split costs vith the city to advance tie drain down Cedric to facilitate the drainage at the corner of Cedric andHeigho. North Commercial Street engneer is to be Crestline l ngineers, but only if they keep their bids in check, qhey have been doing good work for the city so far. Slxe CRy will change to a different checking account to save the city money. The local bank, like all others, is coming, up with Holland will new ways to increase their funding at our expense. Flood prevention was discussed, and will be on the agenda every month for a while. A compre- hensive plan is needed for the entire town to keep the field drainages from coming into town and increasing the water flow throughout town. A condensed version of the city survey will be released for publication. Priorities at this time are water system tank and a couple of hydrants, water drainage to protect the city infrastructure, a sewer system, main street drainage, dust abatement or paving and the North Commercial Street proj- ect. These need to be done in order to keep the fund- ing. Meetings in 2013 will be the 2nd Monday of each month at 7:00 PM. City Hall will be closed Monday, December 24th and Tuesday, Christmas Day. ALL HAVE A MERRY CHRISTMAS. Fred Erland mvr lllll 4~ ",,T