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    Heppner Gazette-Times, Heppner, Oregon Wednesday, November 4, 2015
Temporary job openings for the 2016 ield
season require early online application
Pendleton—Are you
thinking about a summer
job working in the beauti-
ful Blue Mountains? The
Umatilla National Forest
is looking to ill a number
of temporary job openings
for the 2016 ield season
and this year’s timeline to
submit applications is much
earlier than in years past.
This year, applica-
tions for summer tempo-
rary employment will need
to be submitted online at
www.usajobs.gov during
an eight-day period that
begins Nov. 30 and extends
through Dec. 7. Interested
applicants are encouraged
to create their USAjobs
profile now to begin de-
veloping their application
and compiling the required
Published: November 4, 2015
Positions are available
include wildland ireight-
ing, timber, silviculture,
developed recreation, trails
and land survey.
Position descriptions,
duty locations, grade lev-
els and hiring manager
contact information for the
2016 temporary positions
are posted on the Umatilla
National Forest’s website
at: www.fs.usda.gov/Uma-
Duty locations may
include district ofices in
Walla Walla and Pomeroy,
WA and Heppner, Ukiah
and Pendleton, OR as well
as several remote guard sta-
tions and lookouts scattered
throughout the forest.
Additional information
and resources for potential
Forest Service job appli-
cants, including reference
links on how to apply, ap-
plication and outreach sites,
and beneits are available
at: www.fs.fed.us/fsjobs.
For more information
about temporary hiring,
contact Umatilla National
Forest Headquarters in
Pendleton at 541-278-3716
or Heppner Ranger District
at 541-676-9187.
Morrow County Public Works is currently requesting bids for Vehicles that are presented for silent bids at
The Public Works office 365 Hwy. 74, Lexington, OR. 97839.
Vehicles and specifications and any more questions are on display or you may contact Morrow County
Public Works at P.O. Box 428, 365 Hwy 74, Lexington, OR 97839 phone 541-989-9500. Sold AS IS.
Sealed bids will be received no later than 4:00 p.m., November 24, 2015. Morrow County Public Works
Office in Lexington. Bids will be opened at 9:15 a.m. at Morrow County Court in the Bartholomew
building on 110 N. Court St., Heppner, OR on November 25, 2015 .
Morrow County does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, religion, sex or
handicapped status in employment or the provision of services.
#1 2003 CHEVROLET BROWN IMPALA – VIN# 261WF52K239306477
116,845 MILES – AM/FM – CRUISE/A/C
Min Bid $500.00.
#2 2001 BLUE FORD TAURUS – VIN# 1FAFP522X1G263189
189,731 MILES – AM/FM – A/C/CRUISE
Min Bid $500.00.
149,400 MILES
MANUAL Trans. - 4WD - AM/FM Radio- A/C
Min. Bid $300.00.
138,846 MILES – AM/FM – A/C/CRUISE
Min. Bid $500.00.
133788 Miles - CRUISE/A/C - AM/FM Radio.
Min. Bid. $500.00.
187399 MILES – AM/FM CD – A/C/CRUISE – 4WD
Min. Bid. $1,000.00.
#7 2005 FORD – E 450 SUPERDUTY 20 Passenger BUS – 1FDXE45S65HA40167
Min. Bid. $2,000.00
Sheriff’s Report
September 7 (cont.):
-A man in Irrigon reported
that he had all his air tools
stolen out of his garage.
-MCSO received re-
port of a Toyota mini truck
unloading a side-by-side;
it appears they planned to
take the side-by-side out
into the ield. MCSO made
contact with three male
subjects and issued a verbal
warning for unlawful use
of an ATV on roadway and
advised them not to drive in
the turkey shoot.
-A driver in the Board-
man area reported that it
looked like a bullet just
struck his windshield. The
caller was still driving and
requested to meet with a
deputy in Boardman.
-A male in Irrigon had
called several times to try
to get permission to burn
in Irrigon at his residence.
He was advised by dis-
patch that Irrigon has not
lifted its district burn ban.
He got very upset on the
phone and said he would
ile complaints against the
ire department to the State
Fire Marshal. The subject
was given the number for
the State Fire Marshal.
-MCSO received report
of a black cow dying behind
a residence in Irrigon.
-A male in Boardman
reported that his yellow,
’67 Ford pickup was stolen
sometime in the previous
two days. He advised he
had no idea who took it.
-The park ranger at
Threemile Campground,
Boardman advised MCSO
that there was a red Ford
Explorer at the irst camp
and he had given them
until tomorrow to leave.
The caller gave dispatch a
plate number that did not
return to a Ford Explorer.
The ranger asked to have
the camper checked and the
vehicle looked at.
-MCSO received report
of a motor vehicle accident
on Tower Road, Boardman.
A vehicle rolled; unknown
injuries. MCSO arrested
Yanike Binene, 25, on PC
charges of DUII, Reckless
Endangering (x2), Resist-
ing Arrest, and Driving
While Suspended – Misde-
-A caller at the Morrow
County OHV Park reported
a male with a hooded sweat-
shirt being sick in the bath-
room. The caller requested
a Morrow County Sheriff’s
Deputy come and make him
leave. September 11: -A
caller in Heppner advised
Morrow County Sheriff’s
Ofice that there were peo-
ple riding four-wheelers
down Main Street. MCSO
responded and was unable
to locate anyone on four-
-MCSO received a re-
port of a suspicious ve-
hicle at Threemile Canyon
Farms, Boardman. The
caller stated the vehicle had
the muffler off, sounded
like a large Chevy, with
very bright lights; it went
around the shop and out
on the circle roads and
was running around the
pea ield and should not be
there. MCSO responded
and made contact with two
individuals who had per-
mission to be there.
-MCSO was advised
that a couple was fight-
ing in Irrigon and that the
children were outside yell-
ing at their parents to quit
ighting. MCSO responded
and made contact with the
individuals, and determined
it was verbal only.
September 12: -Mor-
row County Sheriff’s Ofice
was advised of a car going
eastbound in the westbound
lane on I-84 near Board-
man. MCSO, Oregon State
Police and Umatilla County
Sheriff’s Ofice responded
and stopped the vehicle.
-A male in Irrigon ad-
vised MCSO that he was
being threatened by a fe-
male. She was saying she
was going to kick all of
their stuff out of the house.
The caller had been stay-
ing at the house for four
days. The male advised he
was calling for information
only; he did not need con-
tact and would call back if
the female showed up.
-MCSO was advised
that Umatilla County Sher-
iff’s Office arrested Jose
Luis Arevalo, 53, on an Ir-
rigon Justice Court warrant
for Failure to Appear on
Driving While Suspended.
-MCSO was advised of
a theft at the Willow Creek
gravel pit. A male advised
his vehicle was broken into.
A pair of binoculars, tools,
some archery equipment,
and the license and regis-
tration to the vehicle were
missing. The caller advised
he did not know who did it;
he thought someone saw it
at the side of the road and
took advantage of the situ-
-An MCSO deputy re-
ported there was a drunk
driver who was refused
alcohol at the Boardman
Sinclair and was leaving
the gas station. The deputy
advised he would be keep-
ing him in his sight and
radioing Boardman PD
units. Boardman PD re-
sponded and arrested Jose
Vielmas Carvajal, 55, on
Driving Under the Influ-
ence of Intoxicants (DUII).
The subject was cited and
released to appear at Irrigon
Justice Court.
-A person in Heppner
reported that there were two
kids on top of the roof of the
old bowling alley and apart-
ments. MCSO responded
and was unable to locate
the subjects.
September 13: -MCSO
was advised of a drive-off at
the Heppner Shell.
-A female in Irrigon
advised MCSO that a male
subject had taken her ve-
hicle, possibly also two
other male subjects were
involved. MCSO responded
and determined it to be a
civil problem.
-An MCSO deputy lo-
cated a subject on FS Roads
21/28 about ive miles from
the park, carrying opal ore
out of the Opal Butte prop-
erty. MCSO arrested Devin
Gilbert Hinds, 30, for Theft
I and Criminal Trespass II.
-A male in Heppner
advised MCSO that his
had suspicious voicemails
on his message machine
threatening his wife and
family. He advised he didn’t
know who was leaving the
messages but it was hap-
pening every other week
and he wanted to speak to
a deputy about it. MCSO
took it under investigation.
-A person at the area
of Sand Hollow and Black-
horse Canyon, Heppner,
advised he found a young
beagle with a collar but no
tags. He asked to be advised
if someone called looking
for the dog.
Successful bidder will be required to take possession and remove vehicle within 30 days of
being notified their bid has been accepted Morrow County makes no warranties as to vehicles
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