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    SIX - Heppner Gazette-Times, Heppner, Oregon Wednesday, October 28, 2015
Heppner Elementary New public meetings scheduled to discuss the
has canned food drive Blue Mountains Forest Plan Revision
Pendleton, Oregon—
The Forest Service has
scheduled new public meet-
ings to discuss the Blue
Mountains Forest Plan Re-
vision.
Topics will vary by
location. The Umatilla Na-
tional Forest will host a
meeting regarding livestock
grazing in Heppner City
Hall Wednesday, Nov. 4,
from 6-9 p.m. Doors open
at 5:30. An additional meet-
ing on the topic will be held
at the N. Fork John Day
Ranger District in Ukiah
from 6-9 p.m. on Tuesday,
Nov. 10.
Monday, Nov. 2, Wal-
lowa-Whitman National
Forest will host a meeting
on access and wilderness
in La Grande from 6-9 p.m.
Also in La Grande, a meet-
ing on pace and scale of
restoration will take place
Nov. 12 from 6-9 p.m.
A facilitator will ensure
that everyone in attendance
has time to speak, listen to
others and propose solu-
tions.
In 2014, the Forest Ser-
vice released a draft Envi-
ronmental Impact State-
ment (EIS) related to the
Blue Mountains Forest Plan
Revision and received over
a thousand comment letters.
Based in part on that feed-
back, the three Blue Moun-
tains National Forests have
worked with stakeholders
to identify topics for further
discussion—including the
pace and scale of restora-
tion, livestock grazing, ac-
cess, and wilderness.
A Forest Plan describes
the social, economic, and
ecological goals of a Na-
tional Forest and provides
a framework for future
management decisions. The
National Forest Manage-
ment Act of 1976 requires
each National Forest to
prepare a Forest Plan and
revise it every 15 years to
address changing needs
and conditions. The cur-
rent Forest Plans for the
Wallowa-Whitman, Uma-
tilla, and Malheur National
Forests are from 1990, and
the Blue Mountains region
has changed significantly
since 1990.
Meeting summaries
from previous Forest Plan
Revision meetings are
available at http://www.
fs.usda.gov/goto/Blue-
MountainsPlanRevision,
and the notes from new
meetings will be posted
there as well. For more
information, please contact
Peter Fargo, Public Affairs
Officer for the Blue Moun-
tains Forest Plan Revision,
at 541-523-1231.
BEO Bancorp announces dividend for 2015
Heppner Elementary held its annual canned food drive for the
South Morrow Neighborhood Center Oct. 12-15. They were
able to donate more than 300 pounds of food for the families
in need in our area. Pictured are Heppner Elementary Student
Council Representatives (bottom L-R) Zander Fisher and
Landon Mitchell, and (top L-R) Derrick Smith, Cody Fletcher
and Kason Cimmiyotti. –Contributed photo
Boardman to sponsor
community clean up
The City of Boardman
will sponsor a community-
wide clean-up in Novem-
ber.
The city has $50 gar-
bage vouchers available to
Boardman residents. The
vouchers are valid through
November at Finley Butte
Landfill and the North Mor-
Dividends are a reflection
of the financial stability and
profitability of the bank. We
are very happy to be able to
provide this dividend to our
shareholders.”
“The dividend of $0.70
per share is 16.7 percent
higher than last year’s divi-
dend of $0.60 per share
and shows a continued
upward trend in dividend
pay out to our sharehold-
ers. It is indicative of Bank
of Eastern Oregon’s strong
capital position. The board
of directors and employees
work hard to improve the
overall strength of the bank,
add value to our share-
holders, as well as provide
the brand of banking that
our customers appreciate
and expect from Bank of
Eastern Oregon. The first-
quarter 2015 expansion
into eastern Washington has
been accretive to earnings.
This move along with our
second-quarter entry into
the Madras, Oregon market
serve to fulfill management
and the board’s vision of
expanding our footprint in
eastern Oregon and Wash-
ington when good opportu-
nities arise,” said Bailey. He
concluded by saying, “The
support of our shareholders,
communities and employ-
ees have made it possible
for us to succeed. We are
pleased to be in a position
to provide this dividend to
our shareholders.”
row Transfer Station. The
program encourages citi-
zens to clean up residences
by disposing of yard debris.
City residents may pick up
vouchers at Boardman City
Hall beginning Oct. 30.
For more information,
September 6 (cont.): -A stop and pull out his rifle and of locations in Irrigon. MCSO the wrong way in the wildlife
call Boardman City Hall at person went to Morrow Coun- shoot at something across the responded but was unable to refuge; caller advised they
481-9252.
had the vehicle cornered.
locate the subject.
ty Sheriff’s Office reporting roadway.
Sheriff’s Report
ConAgra Lamb Weston
hosts hiring event
ConAgra Foods Lamb
Weston is hosting a hiring
event Oct. 29 at the SAGE
Center, Boardman, from 11
a.m. to 3 p.m.
The company is hiring
general laborers, back-up
receiving operators, and
Heppner--“I am pleased
to announce that the board
of directors of BEO Ban-
corp has voted to declare
a $0.70 per share dividend
for 2015. The dividend will
be paid to shareholders of
record as of Dec. 1, 2015
payable on or before Dec.
15, 2015,” said bank Presi-
dent and CEO Jeff Bailey.
According to Board
Chairman Gary Neal, “BEO
Bancorp has paid a divi-
dend 29 of the past 30 years.
back-up process operators
at the Boardman West plant.
Candidates should
come interview-ready with
a résumé, and also need to
apply online beforehand at
www.conagrafoodscareers.
com.
that there were some hunters
camped on County Road 100
who had shot 300-400 rounds
from a high-powered, semi-
auto rifle the night before and
that morning. The subject re-
quested to speak to the Oregon
State Police Game Trooper
about it.
-MCSO received report of
a game violation; hunters were
shooting from a vehicle at the
hunters’ station. The reporting
person stated they saw a male
-A 14-year-old male ad-
vised MCSO he went hunting
with his father in the Blakes
Ranch area. His father left
him four hours before. The
juvenile was down in a canyon
but climbed up high enough
to get service and could see a
fence line.
-An anonymous female
stated to MCSO that she
would like her brother picked
up on his warrant; she advised
he had been staying at a couple
-A female in Irrigon ad-
vised MCSO that her four-
month-old orange kitten
named Itty Bitty went missing
that evening. She stated the
kitten does not come to the
normal cat calling of “kitty
kitty,” but does come when
you say “Itty Bitty” in a sweet
voice. Itty Bitty did not have
a collar on.
September 7: -Morrow
County Sheriff’s Office was
advised of a vehicle that went
Caller stated they lived in the
area and so did the vehicle.
MCSO and Boardman Police
responded and made contact
with the caller and the vehicle
and its occupants. The occu-
pants of the suspicious vehicle
were advised no campfires
and were made aware of the
trespassing issue.
-MCSO assisted Oregon
State Police in setting up for
a possible intoxicated driver
at the 171 interchange on I-84.
Ione Cardinal Volleyball
2nd round state playoff game on Saturday,
October 31 in Ione. Time and opponent TBD
Back row: Tatum Clark, Ann Rietmann, Morgan Orem, Katelyn Bass, Rachel Holland, Tristan Estabrook
Susie Teeman, Maggie Flynn Front row: Renee Peterson, Jessie Flynn, Hannah Padberg
Joe and Anita Orem
Dale and Karen Holland Family
Gary and Lani Bass Family
Allstott Construction, LLC
Mid Columbia Producers, Inc.
Marvin and Tanna Padberg
Bob Hubbard
John and Linda Bristow
BPOE #358 Elks Lodge
Morrow County Fair & Rodeo
Holly Rebekah Lodge #139 Darrin and Camie Padberg Family
Loyal and Betty Burns
Bank of Eastern Oregon
Morrow County Grain Growers
Bill and Nancy Jepsen Family Joel and Lea Mathieu Peterson Family
Boardman Foods, Inc.
Morrow County Recreation District Mike and Keisha Covey Family
Jason and Tara Proudfoot Family
Gina Jepsen
June M. Crowell
Murray's Drug and Country Rose
Community Bank
Bink and Lynn Dee Ramos Family
J.L. Kincaid Ranch
Chris Devens
Pea Ridge Embroidery & Signs Inc.
Dances With Mules
Keith and Judy Rea
Skye and Penny Krebs
Brian and Peggy Doherty Family
Peterson’s Jewelers
Columbia Basin Electric Cooperative, Inc.
Betty Rietmann
Del and Linda LaRue
Pettyjohn’s Builder and Supply Arthur and Stacie Ekstrom Family
Dave’s Photography
Bill Rietmann
Buzz and Jeanette Logan
John and Helen Ekstrom
Sand Hollow Ag Supply
Dean’s Pendleton Athletic Company
Gregg and Shelly Rietmann Family
Kathy Martin
Tom and Arlynda Gates
Sherrell Chevrolet
Devin Oil Company, Inc.
Joe and Donna Rietmann Family
Joe and Jeri McElligott
Rosie Graham
Silver Creek Contracting, LLC
Family Dentistry
John and Kerry Rietmann
Virgil and Debbie Morgan
Betty Gray
Tacos Hometown
Gar Aviation, Inc.
Bruce and Linda Rigby
Perry and Kathy Morter
Wheatland Insurance Center, Inc. Ron and Karen Haguewood
Heppner Family Foods
Dean and Florene Robinson
Joe and Linda Halvorsen Family Ralph and Anne Morter Family
Wright Chevrolet
Ione Market and Deli
Ryan Rudolf Family
Dianne Mullins
Wayne and Diana Hams
Dick and Jannie Allen
IRT, LLC
Brian and Lorie Sullivan
Duane and Linda Neiffer
Deacon and Erin Heideman Family
Allen and Nancy Anderson
J Keithley Construction
Jim and Monica Swanson
Jarrod and Alison Ogden Family
Helen M. Heideman
Mark Anderson
Les Schwab Tire Center
Sherron Woodside
Eric and Brandi Orem Family
Craig and Janet Holland Family
Bob and Bonni Ball
Lexington Pump