Newspaper Archive of
Hells Canyon Journal
Halfway, Oregon
Lyft
August 13, 2003     Hells Canyon Journal
PAGE 2     (2 of 8 available)        PREVIOUS     NEXT      Full Size Image
 
PAGE 2     (2 of 8 available)        PREVIOUS     NEXT      Full Size Image
August 13, 2003
 

Newspaper Archive of Hells Canyon Journal produced by SmallTownPapers, Inc.
Website © 2019. All content copyrighted. Copyright Information.     Terms Of Use.     Request Content Removal.




Page 2 Hells Canyon Journal August 15, 2003 Wednesday, August 13 Semlor Bus to Baker City, 7:30 a.m. Call 742-4421 by Tuesday night. Eagle Valley Grange, 7:00 p.m. P~ne Valley Fair Auociation, Grange Hall at Pine Valley Fairgrounds 7:00 p.m. Pmahmadle Range Club, Halfway VFW Hall, 6:00 p.m. Youth I)bmiple~xlp Group, Pine Valley Presbyterian Church, 7:00 p.m. Thursday, August 14 Senior Meal at New Bridge Grange, 12:00 noon. Post 7847 Lad/es Auxiliary, Halfway VFW Hall, 1:30 p.m. Halfway ~ Post 7847, Italfway VFW Hall, 7:30 p.m. [ Halfway City Council, Halfway City Hall, 7:00 p.m. : Richland City Council, Richland City Hall, 7:00 p.m. Friday, August 15 Silent Peace Vigil, Pat's Park in Halfway, i Bingo at ttaifway VFW Hall, 7:00 p.m. 5:00-6:00 p.m. Saturday, August 16 Story Hour for children ages 2-4, Richland Library, 9:00- 10:00 a.m. Girl Scout Recycling in Riehland, old Co-op location on I First Street, 9:00-11:00 a.m. Bingo at New Bridge Grange, 7:00 p.m. Youth Worship Service, Pine Valley Presbyterian Church, 7:00 p.m. Monday, August 18 Senior Meal at Halfway Lions Hall, 12:00 noon. Pine Eagle Clinic Board, Pine Eagle Clinic conference room, 7:00 p.m. Tuesday, August 19 Riehland Girl Scouts, Richland Christian Church, 3:30- 5:00 p.m. Alcoholics Anonymom~ Pine Valley Presbyterian Church, 7:30 p.m. Wednesday, August 20 ~maior Bus to Baker City, 7:30 a.m. Call 742-4421 by Tuesday night. 2004 Horse Show Planning Meeting, Pine Eagle High School Library, 6:00 p.m. Pmahmadle Range Club, Halfway VFW Hall, 6:00 p.m. Halfway IAomw Club, Halfway Lions Hall, 7:30 p.m. Thursday Saturday Dinner Feature -- Don't forget our delectible Jesserts! Wednesdays, starting at 6pro-- Pool Night 146 Main Street " Halfway " 742-TH} Irrlday Fl~h Dinner - L5 ) with Stuffed Baked I otat(n's, made-to-orUer (?ole Slaw, Clam Chowder: & ~'!a!)ice ,!f l~!ust! !~uppies ~r Gr!!led (i~arlic !~read ......................... 0pen Mike Kara0ke! ATM EVERY FR~AY. STARTING AT ~PM Beai the Heiti Try our Old-Fashioned Summer Treats-- Root Beer Floats, Freezes, lee Cream Sodas, Now Available/ Milk Shakes, and Sundaes! Restaurant g Lounge Richland 541-893-6122 Back-up Generators Photo by David Baker THESE TWO TRAILER-MOUNTED, TWO-MEGAWATT GENERATORS were installed last Thursday, August 7, at the Halfway substation located across from the Forest Service compound. The generators will provide power to the Halfway/Richland area during construction of the new 230KV power line between Brownlee and Oxbow, at times when power over existing lines must be interrupted. Deen Charters, Idaho Power lineman for this area, said there will be no break in power when the generators are brought on line, but there may be a brief delay when they are taken off line in the evening after normal business hours. Charters expects the generators will probably not need to be used until late September and into October. The two generators, each of which uses 130 gallons of diesel fuel per hour, will provide more than enough power for the area. Ultrasound Screening for Stroke Risk Available Life Line Screening will be in Baker City at the First Presbyterian Church, 1995 Fourth St., to offer the chance for residents to be screened to reduce their risk of having a stroke. Screening will be- gin at 9 a.m. Through preventative screening, the risk of stroke can be greatly reduced. Screenings involve the use of ultrasound technology and scan for potential health prob- lems related to blocked arter- ies that can lead to a stroke, aortic aneurysms that can lead to a ruptured aorta, and hardening of the arteries in the legs, a strong predictor of heart disease. Also offered for men and women is a bone density screening to assess the risk of osteoporosis. Each screening requires 10 minutes or less to complete. A complete vascular screen- ing package, including the stroke/carotid artery, ab- dominal aortic aneurysm and ankle brachial index (hard- ening of the arteries) is $109. A complete vascular package, which includes the osteoporo- sis screening, is $139. For more information re- garding the screening or to schedule an appointment, call 1-800-643-6188. Pre-registra- tion is required. Horse Show Draws a Crowd of Contestants Despite this year's abbreviated format, Neske, Baker City some 270 entries were registered at the High P0intWestem Youth-Sh0shanna Riteh, Haines Baker County Open Horse Show, held at High Point Western Adult- J01inn Hoover, Riehland the Pine Valley Fairgrounds on Saturday, High Point Western Green H0rse/Gr00n Rider- Darryl August 9. A list of High Point Award win- Steenhard, Richland ners follows. A complete list of class win- High Point Gaming Horse Youth - Amanda McLean, ners in the 2003 Baker County Open Horse Halfway Show will appear in next week's Hells Can- High Point Gaming Horse Adult - Mickie Fjeld, Halfway yon Journal. Grand Champion Halter Horse -Tiffany Wolf, Baker City Baker County Horse Show High Point Winners Reserve Grand Champion Halter Horse- Robin Craft, High Point English Youth - Tiffany Wolf, Baker City Baker City High Point English Adult - Lesley Davis, Baker City Youngest Contestant- Karry Davis, Halfway High Point English Green Horse/Green Rider- Jolynn Oldest Contestant- Warren Whitnah, Richland Awards The third event of the Three Series Rodeo Playdays held throughout the summer at the Pine Valley Fair- grounds took place on Mon- day, August 4. First-place winners in each division re- ceived belt buckles in honor of their accomplishments. Second-place winners re- at Final Playday ceived breast collars and third-place winners received halters: In the Senior Division, Amanda McLean finished in first place and Laura Hale finished in second place. In the Junior Division, Shyla Melchior finished in first place, Ramie Olson fin- Buy 1 Large Pizza. get a Medium for Half Price! O/for good August 13-19 only" Call us to order your favorite PIZZA Monday through Friday. 5:00-9:00 p.m. Baked or Take & Bake. for Pick-up or Delivery! Grant-Western Prairie Wood Dale Stennett Lumber Products 932.4905 Company Mike Billmen 620-3645 Dan Bishop (s4a) S75- 1 (S41) s20- k 820-4305 Renee Baker 542-2818 All species of LOGS, TIMBER, mad TIMBERLANDS ished in second place and Nego Snow fi s.hed third place. In the Peewee Division, Kristen Gulick finished in first place, Cece Marks fin- ished in second place and Jay Snow finished in third place. In the Mini Mites Division, Kaylie Davis finished in first place, Kylie Davis finished in second place and Jacob Huff finished in third place. "We were delighted with the participation we had in our Three Series Playdays," said event organizer Deania Corrigan. "We look forward to seeing these kids come out and work on improving their skills again next year." Help Plan County Horse Show 2004 There will be a meeting Wednesday, August 20, at 6:00 p.m. in the Pine Eagle High School library for any- one wanting to help with next year's Baker County Open Horse Show. If you are will- ing to volunteer for next year's. show or have input on how the show could be improved, this is the meeting to attend. A real solution is now available for enlarged prostate using a breakthrough treatment called Cooled ThermoTherapy Cooled ThermoTherapy shrinks enlarged prostate tissue, while protecting the surrounding healthy tissue and organs. Cooled ThermoTherapy is an effective, single, non-surgical procedure that can be performed in the comfort of a urologist s office or outpatient hospital setting. Remember what life was like before your prostate problems ? You can get the relief you need and begin to enjoy life the way you did before the onset of your prostate problems. IS[iil AND ASSOCIATES II I 0 t 8 t Y 1077 S.W. 3rd Ave. PO Box L Ontario, OR 97914 A treatment that has been proven effective over the last 7years. Cooled ThermoTherapy has been used for the last seven years to treat 80,000 men worldwide. The procedure is FDA- approved and, in a clinical study, over 80% of all patients undergoing Cooled ThermoTherapy were satisfied with their results. Unlike medications, that must be taken year after year with varing success rates and costs, Cooled ThermoTherapy is designed to solve the problem. Cooled ThermoTherapy can also eliminate the need for more invasive prostate surgery. Why wait, call today ) po.di.a.try n. The study and treatment of foot ailments -- po-di a- trist, n Dr. Michael Rushton, DPM Podiatric Physician and Surgeon is now scheduling appointments Please call 524-0122 today for your appointment Treahnent and Surgery of the Foot and Ankle In-grown Nails Bunions Warts Gout Diabetes Foot Odor Athletes Foot Corns & Callouses l~teatment for pain in feet, shins, heels, knees, lower back. All major |ltsralle ompalle| lmludlml~ Blue Cross/Blue Sk~ld amd LtfeW tie accepted. Pine Eagle Youth Group Youth Rally Scheduled The Pine Eagle Youth Group Youth Rally will begin on Thursday, August 14 at 5:00 p.m. for dinner, and will end Saturday, August 16 at about noon after worship at the Pine Valley Fairgrounds. The cost is $15, which will pay for food. Many activities are sched- uled, including games, music and seminars (guitars, etc.), and worship. People are com- ing from all over, including one youth group from Balti- more. For more information, contact Zach Raupp, 893- 6538, or Kendra Hoover, 893-6273.