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Blue Mountain Eagle
Wednesday, May 27, 2015
PC honors those who
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Blue Mountain Eagle
PRAIRIE CITY – Freedom sometimes
comes at the heavy price of death.
gion Post 106 of Prairie City honored military
men and women with its annual Memorial
Day remembrance at Prairie City Cemetery.
This year’s event, attended by a good
bers, a short presentation by Commander Ed
Negus and a prayer by Darrell Johnson.
Ed Heiple played “Taps” on trumpet near
the end of the service.
Johnson laid a wreath at the base of the
cemetery’s veterans memorial and another
was tossed in the John Day River from the
Bridge Street bridge, in honor of military
personnel who died at sea.
Eagle photos/Cheryl Hoefler
The gravel roadway through the cemetery
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• May 9: At about 8:52
p.m., arrested Anthony Scott
Steele, 50, Prairie City, for
possession of methamphet-
amine. He was cited for open
container violation and pro-
viding a vehicle to an unqual-
Oregon State Police
• April 18: At about 9:17 Grant County Jail.
p.m., in Mt. Vernon, cited
• May 10: At about 3:30
Attoway Reeder Davis, 21, p.m., cited and released Har-
Prineville, for driving while old Gene Wells, 64, Mt. Ver-
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icants and possession of less pended-misdemeanor
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• May 23: At about 11:50
• April 23: At about 11:18 SP DUUHVWHG 5LDQ 0DUN$G-
a.m., arrested Jay Grant Wil- ams, 37, for DUII, and cited
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driving while suspended-fel- ed. He was transported to the
ony. He was lodged in Grant Wheeler County Sheriff’s De-
• April 23: At about 3:55
p.m., cited Colin Zachary
Neugurger, 34, for unlawful
possession of marijuana.
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• May 8: At about 6:18 May 18-25. Along with the
p.m. on Highway 26, east of YDULRXV WUDI¿F ZDUQLQJV WUHV-
Prairie City, cited Robert An- passing, injured animals, noise
thony Rosetti, 44, Prineville complaints and juvenile com-
for DUII and speeding.
plaints, these calls included:
• May 9: At about 11:20
• John Day Police:
a.m. on Highway 26, west
May 21: Cited a John Day
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Joel Huston, 28, Pendleton,
May 22: Cited a John Day
for giving false information woman for maintaining a dog
to police, and driving while as a nuisance.
suspended. He was lodged in
May 23: Cited a John Day
Grant County Jail.
man for careless driving; cit-
• May 9: At about 3 p.m. ed a Klamath Falls man for
in Seneca, cited and released speeding.
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May 25: Report of a dispute
of Seneca for driving while and threats at Hillcrest and
• Grant County Sheriff:
May 20: Arrested a Canyon
City man on a Grant County
May 21: Theft reported in
May 23: Cited a Canyon
City woman for speeding.
May 24: Arrested a Mt.
Vernon man for assault.
• John Day ambulance:
May 21: Responded to the
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with a head injury.
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was sentenced to 12 months
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• Kenneth R. Moore, Mt.
Vernon, was convicted of aid-
ing in a game violation. He
was sentenced to 12 months
probation and 20 hours of
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tion of probation.
• Sarah Michelle Colton,
Mt. Vernon, was convicted of
initiating a false report. She
CANYON CITY – The was sentenced to 12 months
Grant County Justice Court re- probation and 80 hours of
• Violation of the basic rule:
John Francis Didier, 60, John
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Kate Nicole Rawlins, 49,
• Driving while suspend-
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embark on a mission to unearth the secrets
of a place somewhere in time and space that
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• Violation of the speed
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CANYON CITY – Staffers
from U.S. Rep. Greg Walden’s
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hour to help constituents this
Thursday at the Grant County
Courthouse in Canyon City.
From 9-10 a.m. at the
Courthouse conference room,
Kirby Garrett and Jorden
Noyes will answer questions
and help with red tape in deal-
ing with federal agencies. No
appointment is needed.
People who can’t stop in
information at www.walden.
house.gov or by callling
would like to THANK all of the businesses
and individuals that made our 12th annual
May Day Dinner and Silent Auction such a
great success this year!
John Day Auto Parts
Doug’s Motor Vehicle
John Day True Value
John Day Flower Shop
Flower Shop & More
Gary & Chad Engle
John Day River Trading Post
The Riggs Family
John Day River Vet
Arrests and citations in
the Blue Mountain Eagle are
taken from the logs of law en-
forcement agencies. Every ef-
fort is made to report the court
disposition of arrest cases.
American Legion Post 106 Commander Ed
Negus, second from left, speaks to those
attending the remembrance, while Pastor
Darrell Johnson waits to offer a prayer.
Ed Heiple plays “Taps” during the
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