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Page 16 Wednesday, December 12, 2012 The Adams County Record Here's another picture taken my "little" brother Alan. He tells me some people call these the "River Gnomes" They are very near a major roadway, but Alan said he had a heck of a time wading through waist-deep snow-to get this shot last winter. Of course this spot doesn't look like it does here this winter, but maybe later. Get your answers in my 4:00 PM on Monday: or 253-6961. The prize this week your choice of a spray bottle of Arnica Flower Liniment or a tube of herbal lip balm from D&L Herbs. Lots of people just knew the icture last week was taken at Lost Lake. Wrong. Only four people recognized Goose Lake. Goose Lake is actually a reservoir and gets very low at times. Brent .Capener of Moscow (Melody's brother) says the fishing is better there when the water is low. The winner out of the four correct answers is Erin Rohlman. She wins a of pickled Jalapefio peppers from D&L Herbs. / "111~ Santa and WE CAN Pay it Forward Santa and "his" helpers. Standing left to right: Jordan Rosengrant, Stormi Rogers as santa, Janice Paradis (teacher), Linda Rogers Bailey (WE CAN ,Christmas angel), and Taylor Cole. BY DALE FISK Schooil On Tuesday, Santa (aka Each student ' was Stormi Rogers), Adamsgiven a gift from WE County Health'Center CAN to wrap and give WE CAN coordinator to someone as part Linda Rogers Bailey, of the Pay It Forward Jordan Rosengrant andeffort being promoted Taylor Cole, gave gifts and by the Students Against goodies to the students Destructive Decisions. at Council ElementaryRosengrant and Cole were representing the Pay It Forward program. Later that day, Santa Stormi and Angel Linda visited about every establishment in Council, ringing Christmas bells, handing out candy canes and generally spreading Christmas cheer. -Speeds up to 2MBPS Now Available (with 2 year agreement) Call or stop by our omce Today! CU by i ,.a r BY REED HOLLINSHEAD Roy Grossen of ITD's Council Maintenance shed discovered a natural wonder during repair of a culvert serving Brownlee Creek under Idaho 71 northwest of Cambridge in mid-October. A recent flood had flushed out the riprap from the upstream portion of the culvert, and scour had undermined the concrete footers The river used a 12-foot wide, 125-foot long half culvert on footers. The footers (holding up the metal culvert that held up the embankment that held up the road) appeared tO be primarily supported by .. air. Tom Haynes, D3 ment, Severing the road between Brownlee Dam and Cambridge. Repairs Were performed during low-flow conditions, but flows were increasing and cold winter approaching. A couple of rocks were holding up each footer, which were wisely left in Maintenance project place. "It may not have manager, said that settle- made any difference," but ment and collapse would it was just spooky in there" wash out the embank-Haynes explained. In Adams, Valley, and Washington Counties $40 per year Out of local counties $45 per year Out of state $50 per year