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35 Per Copy :Z Chipsealing May Delay Imnaha Road Traffic Road 3960, from the junc- tion of Road 39 to Indian Crossing Campground, is scheduled for chipsealing from August 24 to September 15. Pilot cars will be escorting traffic thru the active work areas. Motorists can expect delays of up to 15 minutes. Many popular developed and dispersed recreation sites are located along Road 3960, including Coverdale, Hidden, Evergreen and Indian Cross- hag campgrounds. According to project man- ager Joe Shaw,"The main goal of this road maintenance work is to increase protection of water quality and fish habi- tat along the Imnaha River. Another benefit will be a re- duction in future maintenance costs." Motorists are asked to drive with caution and watch for flaggers. A Welcome To You All by Sandra McCoy My name is Sandra McCoy and l am honored to be the Baker County Fair and Panhandle Rodeo Princess for 1995. To begin my thank you's, I would start with my parents, Mike and Carolyn Coble and Donna Paine McCoy. They've stuck with me every time I felt that I couldn't round pen another minute/ Next, I want to thank Katrina Marshall. Through all of this, we have been like sisters. There is not one rodeo court that will forget our parade line-up stories. Three very important people I wish to thank are Warren Whitnah, Teena Seal and Bob Thomas. Without Warren I would not be here at all ... I thank him for loaning me his horse. Without Teena ' s encouragement I wouldn't have continued my riding for all of these years. And, I thank Bob for hauling my horse to all of our rodeos. I wish to let Sara Rudolph know how much Katrina and I wish she could be here with us. It would be an experience she would not soon forget[ And last but not least, my father, Ray McCoy, who passed on last October. He was a man who never had a discouraging word for my brother or for me. Thanks to him, I have motivation and also a sense of responsibility. So, I dedicate my rodeo season to him. He is my strength. In conclusion, I hope you all will enjoy our rodeo this Labor Day weekend. I wish the best of luck to all courts and contestants. Have a good one! SANDRA McCOY Photo by m.dd a~.x Photo by David Baker HALFWAY'S HEAD START FACILITY, housed in the Pine Valley Presbyterian Church annex, is undergoing expansion and remodeling in preparation for this fall's class. The project, being done by Glenn Gentry of Halfway, will provide more kitchen area, larger bathrooms to accommodate handicapped students, and increased office and storage space. Highlights from This Year's Baker County Horse Show by Isla Graven yrs. old, Terri Harper, Haines of the Halls Canyon Journal High Point Adult, 17 plus, Terri Harper, Haines. Classy, with an abundance The youngest contestant of class, was named Grand was Abby Baxter, age one ChampionHalterHorseatthe year, Halfway. Baker County Open Horse Leadline, 6 and under, Show held at the Pine Valley Tony Osborn, Halfway. Fair Grounds Saturday, Au- Walk-Trot, 8 and under, gust 19. Classy belongs to Justin Osborn, Halfway. Mindy Graven, Richland. High Point Gaming All Around High Point Horse, adult, Jim Goodwin, Horse, Major, is owned by Meridian, Idaho. Terri Harper, Haines. High Point Gaming Other results available at Horse, Youth was a tie be- press time follow: tween Mindy Graven and High Point Youth, 8-11 Meghan Palmer. yrs. old, Meghan Palmer, All Around Gaming Haines. Horse, Mutt, owned by Macy High Point Youth, 12-16 Hack, Meridian, Idaho.