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Page 12 Wednesday, December 19, 2012 The Adams County Record Adams County Third District Court Dispositions The following cases were recently heard in Adams County Third District Court in Com)cil, Idaho November 19 -- December 7: Britney N. Crigler, 26, Council, ID, Use or Possession with intent to use Drug Paraphernalia, 14 days in jail, 12 months Unsupervised Probation, $600 Fine - Withheld. Injury to Child, 14 days in jail, 12 months Unsupervised Probation, $250 Fine - Withheld. Male, age 17, Caldwell, ID, Exceeding Speed Limit 1-15 MPH, $90 Fine. Rolland S. Fletcher, 48, McCall, ID, Failure to use vehicle safety restraint, $10 Fine. Failure to Provide Proof of Insurance, $131.50 Fine. Dennis R. Brauer, 56, Twin Falls, ID, Exceeding Speed Limit 1-15 MPH, $90 Fine. James J. Pardiso, 59, Grangeville, ID, Exceeding Speed Limit 1-15 MPH, $90 Fine. Keane C. Garrison, 25, Garden City, ID, Motor Carrier Violatiod - Limitations or Conditions of a Special Permit, $221 Fine. Jason Robert Lawrence, 28, Weiser, ID, Failure to register annually, $67 Fine. Dan Miyasako, 51, Caldiwell, ID, Exceeding Speed Limit 1-15 MPH, $90 Fine. Carl I. Antonucci, 40, Lewiston, ID, Unlawful driving on highways laned for traffic, $90 Fine. Ernesto G. Guadarrama, 19, Mountain Home, ID, Exceeding Speed Limit 1-15 MPH, $93 Fine. Amy M. Phillips, 38, Emmett, tD, Exceeding Speed Limit 16 MPH or over, $155 Fine. Bruce B. Pochinski, 49, Sun Valley, NV, Exceeding Speed Limit 16 MPH or over, $155 fine. Vaughn Robert Hegy, 34, Moscow, ID, Exceeding Speed Limit 1-15 MPH, $90 Fine. lodi Ann Tucker, 47, Lewiston, ID, Operating vehicle without Registration or Assigned License Plate or Sticker, $101 Fine. William E. Hewitt, 73, Council, ID, Exceeding Speeding Limit 1-15 MPH, $90 Fine. Jacob Blake Martin Coelho, 19, Nampa, ID, Use or Possession with Intent to Use, 2 days in jail, 3 months Unsupervised Probation, $405 Fine - Withheld. Andrew James Powers, 20, Nampa, ID, Use or Possession with Intent to Use, 2 days in jail, 3 months Unsupervised Probation, $253 Fine - Withheld. Michelle LarissaBall, 20, Kuna, ID, Exceeding Speed Limit 16 MPH or over, $155 Fine. Merlen R. Neville, 68, Yuma, AZ, Exceeding Speed Limit 1-15 MPH, $90 Fine. David A. Russell, 53, Meridian, ID, Exceeding Speed Limit 1-15 MPH, $90 Fine. Brandon Edward Ross, 22, Cottonwood, ID, Exceeding School Zone Speed Limit, $159.50 Fine. Jesus M. Gutierrez Muniz, 39, Twin Falls, ID, Over Length Motor Carrier Violation, $274 Fine. Benjamin Bradley Schneider, 34, Boise, ID, Unlawful Possession of Wildlife, $753 Fine. Amanda Jo Benke, 33, Lewiston, ID, Passing on crest of grade or curve, $90 Fine. Perry D. Evans, 55, Nampa, ID, Driving a a Speed greater than is Reasonable or Prudent, $90 Fine. Luis J. Gonzalez, 42, Caldwell, ID, Exceeding Speed Limit 1-15 MPH, $90 Fine. Philip P. Kelly, 48, Boise, ID, Exceeding Speed Limit 1-15 MPH, $90 Fine. Robert Terry WUliams,68, Rupert, ID, Exceeding Speed Limit 1-15 MPH, $90 Fine. Steven Thomas Kittelson, 221 Meridian, ID, Probation Violation - Misdemeanor, 130 days in jail. Lucas W. Bashans, 26, Gold Hill, OR, Exceeding Speed Limit 1-15 MPH, $90 Fine. Timothy D. Miles, 45, Orting, WA, Exceeding Speed Limit 1-15 MPH, $90 Fine. Kelly E. Hildebrand, 47, Nampa, ID, Exceeding Speed Limit 1-15 MPH, $90 Fine. Dismissals: 6 Failure to Provide Proof of Insurance 2 Possession of Controlled Substance 1 Operating vehicle without Registration or Assigned License Plate or Sticker /m i Cambridge Principal Notes I realized last week that I forgot to mention the Nic Bauer Memorial Scholarship Alumni games. This year's games will be played on Saturday, December 22. AH alumni the year, we draw closer to completing financial aid applications._ Two of our neighboring schools will be offering financial aid workshops in January. Council will be offering of Cambridge and Midvale one January i5 beginning High Schools are encore- at 5:15 in their computer aged to play in the games lab. Weiser will be offering which fund the scholar- ship. The women will play volleyball at 6:00 with the men's basketball game te follow at approximately 7:30. Donations are gra- ciously accepted! As we near the end of one January 7 at 6:15 in the cafeteria. Weiser High School will also host three FAFSA Completion workshops: January 12 (11 am - 2pm), January 23 (6pm - 8pm), and February 2 (11am DEQ Seeks Public Comment on Water Quality Improvement Plans for Mud and East Branch Goose Creeks The Idaho Department of Environmental Quality (DEQ) is seeking public comment on proposed plans to improve water quality in Mud and East Branch Goose creeks in the Lower Salmon River subbasin in central Idaho. The Little Salmon River Subbasin Assessment and Total Maximum Daily Load 2012 Addendum proposes to establish Total Maximum Daily Loads (TMDLs) to reduce sediment in Mud Creek and control bacteria in East Branch Goose Creek. Excess sediment is due to streambank erosion; waste from wildlife, livestock, and other domestic animals as well as poorly functioning septic systems are common sources of bacteria. The recommended actions seek to bring the water bodies into compliance With state water quality standards and restore them to conditions supporting their beneficial uses, which include cold water aquatic life and secondary contact recreation. The document is available for review at DEQ's Boise Regional Office and on DEQ's website at www.deq. idaho.gov/public-comment-opportunities. Submit written comments by 5 p.m. MST, Tuesday, January 22, 2013, on DEQ's website or by mail or email to: Josh ehultz DEQ Boise Eegional Office 1445 N,Orchard " Boise, ID 83706 EmaU: josh.schdtz@deq.idaho.gov Deadlines are looming By Angie Lakey-Campbell 2pm). As a reminder, or perhaps as new information, the FAFSA form requires parent financial information. If possible, please complete income tax form as soon as possible after the New Year. If you have questions, please contact Mrs. Jones, Mr. Schumacher or me. The online application for state scholarships Will be available on Monday, December 10, 2012. Students can apply via the online application until February 15, 2013, which is also the deadline for students to complete the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA). Applications for additional scholarship opportunities are available through Idaho's colleges and universities. High school seniors who apply for a scholarship must take their SAT, ACT or COMPASS test no later than December 2012 in order to have test results back" by scholarship deadlines, In looking .ahead to the second semester, driver education will begin in March, which seems like a long time a way. tn order to register for driver education, students must have a copy of their birth certificates. If your child is interested in taking driver education, and you don't know where his birth certificate is, it may be wise to order the certificate as soon as possible. Getting a copy takes several weeks. By the time this article is published, we will have released students for the Christmas break; I hope each of you reading this has a Very Merry Christmas and a wonderful new year! i Garden Valley Wolverines Tear Up Meadows Valley Mountaineers FROM TIlE .MEADOWS' VALLEY NEWSPAPER' STAFF Both Meadows Valley Mountaineer varsity teams played against the Garden Valley Wolverines in Garden Valley, Saturday, Decemler 15th. The girls played first. The Lady Mountaineer starters were #21 Baylee Moore, a senior; #20 Saige McDonald, a senior; #3 Rebecca Baird, a senior;#55 Kaitlyn Haynes, a junior; and #35 Taylor Green, a junion The 14ighest scorers for the Lady Mountaineers were Saige McDonald and Kaitlyn Haynes, both with 9 points. Meadows team members also at the game were #23 Lindsey Bauer, "Nam" Vichaitanapat, and #4 Courtney Day. Two players were sick, and another is injured and will return later in the season. The Lady Mountaineers put up a valiant effort to defeat the Lady Wolverines, but in the end it was the Mountaineers who got beat. The final score was 29 Meadows Valley - 51 Garden Valley. The boys varsity start- ers. for the Mountaineers were #00 Jerry Shen, a senior; #10 Chris Slettum, a senior; #55 Michael Roberts, a sophomore; #3 Cody Smith, a sophomore; and #13 Justin Keane, a sophomore. The rest of team includes #12 Cody Day, #2 Tanner Nolder, and #23 Zack Harmon. The boys' score was 24 and the Wolverine's score was 53. The highest scorer for the Mountaineers was #3 Cody Smith with 12 points. The Mountaineers put up a tre- mendous attempt to take down the Wolverines, but when the time ran out it was too late. Upcoming games for the Mountaineers : Thursday, Dec. 20, at Cascade vs. Cascade. The girls' game is at 6:00 pm and boys' game is at 7:30 pm Friday, Dec. 21, at New Meadows vs. Wilder. The girls' game is at 4:00 pm and the boys' game is at 5:00 pm Don't forget to come on down and support the Meadows Valley Mountaineers! THO',,LASON FUNERAL HOME & CREMATORY Family Owned and Operated - Burial Services . Cremation Services - Pre-planning'Optiom - Monuments 221 E. Court St Weiser, 113 83672 (208) 414-1234 www.Lienkaemper-Thomason.com