Heppner gazette-times. (Heppner, Or.) 1925-current, August 31, 2016, Page EIGHT, Image 8

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    EIGHT - Heppner Gazette-Times, Heppner, Oregon Wednesday, August 31, 2016
-From PAGE ONE. Photos by Sandy Matthews
Stick horse three-and-under winners
Morgan Milligan, first place, and
Jayden Macias, second place. Not
pictured is third-place winner Pearl
Miller. Trophies were donated by
Peterson’s Jewelers and the Oregon
Trail Pro Rodeo committee.
Four-and-five-year-old stick horse race
winners (L-R) Jayde Espinilla, second,
Ketch Fernnen, first, and Kord Dickenson,
third. Trophies were donated by Peterson’s
Jewelers and the Oregon Trail Pro Rodeo
BEO announces
barbecue winner
Winners of the six-and-seven-year-old
stick horse races (L-R) Avery Lathrop,
first, Soren Miles, second, and Coltan
Akers, third. Trophies were donated by
Peterson’s Jewelers and the Oregon Trail
Pro Rodeo committee.
Teagan Ramsey of Heppner is the winner of Bank of Eastern
Ken Bailey (right) presents the team roping buckles, sponsored Ken Bailey (right) presents ribbon roping winners Garrett Oregon’s Morrow County Fair giveaway, the Coleman Road
by Pettyjohn’s Farm & Builder Supply and Dick Temple, DVM, Robinson (left) and Tate Gentry with their buckles, sponsored Trip Grill. The bank conducts a special prize drawing every
year at the fair. -Contributed photo
to winners Trevor Reikkola (left) and Ben Kershner.
by The Barn and Farm City Fence.
Terri Gentry (right) presents the
cow riding buckle to Willy Gentry.
The buckle was sponsored by Miller
& Sons Disposal Service.
Mary Ashbeck presents the open
tie-down calf roping buckle to win-
ner Dick Hoffman on behalf of Daly
Ranches, with Terri Gentry in at-
Terri Gentry (right) presents Alexis
Doutre with the winning buckle for
breakaway roping. The buckle is
sponsored by Bucknum’s.
Mary Hays presents Sydney Bracher
with the winning buckle for junior
barrels. The buckle is sponsored by
the Healy family in memory of Wil-
liam J. Healy, father and grandfather.
Savannah Greenup receives the buckle for pee wee
Reese Weygandt took first place in Shayla Currin receives the senior barrels from Mary Knowles on behalf of the Butch and
mutton bustin’, taking home the barrels buckle, sponsored by Gar Mary Knowles family.
buckle sponsored by Tim Dickenson Aviation, from Ken Bailey.
(right) of Dickenson Chiropractic.
IMESD offers free hearing screenings to
students this fall
InterMountain Education
Service District (IMESD)
will provide free hearing
screenings to public el-
ementary school students at
area schools this fall.
Hearing screenings are
conducted annually by the
IMESD’s Audiology De-
partment for public school
students in Morrow, Uma-
tilla and Union counties.
Students to be screened
include kindergarten, first
and third grade students,
new students to a county
and parent/teacher/princi-
pal referrals of students in
other grades. Children who
fail the initial screening
will be re-screened within
a three-week period.
Screenings begin Sept.
1 and continue through
Nov. 12.
Parents who do not
want their child’s hearing
to be screened should notify
their child’s school as soon
as possible.
Tripp Stewart proudly holds the in-
termediate barrels buckle, presented
by Ken Bailey and sponsored by Tom
and Tricia Sorey.
Brock Hisler (center with buckle) won calf riding. Hisler
family representatives on hand to present the Shad Hisler
Memorial Buckle were (L-R) Annie (Hisler) Weygandt,
Shaun Hisler, Stephanie Hisler, Susan Hisler and Paul
Deadline for news and advertising:
Monday at 5 p.m.