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    Heppner Gazette-Times, Heppner, Oregon Wednesday, February 1, 2017
Ione announces
honor roll
The following students
earned a GPA of 3.5 or
higher for the first semester
at Ione Community School,
the school announced this
Honor Roll:
Grace Ogden, Joshua
Bleth, Kayla Rodriguez,
Blake Carter, Aubriana
Rodriguez, Hailey Heide-
man, Haylie Peterson, Eva
Martin, Serenity Rodri-
guez, Zoey Gilbert, Emma
Rietmann, Elaina Ehrman-
traut, Annabelle McDaniel,
Matthew Orem, Megan
Doherty, Mackenzie Heide-
man, Rayah Cavan, Sarah
Knop, Renee Peterson,
Payton Miller, Susanna
Teeman, Sonia Medina,
Morgan Orem, Allisa Da-
vid, Katelyn Bass, Tristan
Estabrook, Maia Fuchs, Ka-
tie Gilbert, Sydney Qualls,
Goncalo Silva, Karsen
Dumler, Sergio Marin Far-
ias, Hannah Flynn, Babali
Peterson and Austin Carter.
The following students
received honorable men-
tions for earning a GPA
of 3.0-3.49 for the first se-
mester at Ione Community
Honorable Mention:
Hailey Heideman, Hay-
lie Peterson, Taylor Rollins,
Katelyn Thompson, Lucas
Parker, Gary Walls, Favi-
ola Juarez Alvarez, Jessica
Medina, MaLinda Morter,
Madison Alldritt, Karen
Cambero, Jacob Heideman,
Aaron Smythe, Hayden
Qualls, Nestor Ramirez
Orozco, Laura Ayala, Tiana
Church, Maggie Flynn,
Austin Morter, Emily Tay-
lor, Daniel Kelly, Mari-
sol Avila-Ramirez, Daniel
Doherty, Colton Hollis,
Pedro Bolanos and Yaneri
BMCC releases fall
term 2016-17
honor roll
Mountain Community Col-
lege has announced that
fall term 2016-17 honor
roll recognition went to the
following full-time students
from Morrow County:
President’s List (4.0
GPA): Lance Bose, Emily
Cain, Joan Cardenas, Cindy
Fuentes, Jessica Kempken,
Juana Martinez Vazquez,
Matthew Mason, Colten
Dean’s List (3.40 to
3.84 GPA): Alma Angulo-
Nunez, Samson Beckman,
Brenna Bowman, Kathy
Cardenas, Dawn Eddy, Tay-
lor Evans, Darin Hauner,
Makenzi Hughes, Yolanda
Lopez, Osvaldo Macias,
Maria Montes De Oca,
Guadalupe Naranjo, Vic-
toria Palmquist, Johnathan
Roberts, Alexandria Smith,
Cassandra Villarreal Oro-
zco, Colton Walker.
Honor Roll (3.0 to 3.39
GPA): Jacob Albrecht, Cari
Barton, Isaac Collins, Heidi
Garcia, Lizbeth Gaytan,
Lizeth Gaytan, Nicole Gil-
crease, Destiny Holz, Mor-
gan Smith.
Ione school honors outstanding students
Ione students who received perfect attendance awards at the January 26 assembly. –Contributed photo
The Ione Elementary
School hosted an assem-
bly on Thursday, Jan. 26,
celebrating achievements
during the second quarter
of school.
During the assembly
students were awarded for
various accomplishments
including perfect atten-
dance, honor roll and ex-
hibiting a selected character
trait. The character trait
on which the elementary
students focused during the
second quarter of school
was caring. Earning a char-
acter trait award means that
these students demonstrated
caring throughout the quar-
ter. The staff members at
Ione Elementary School
say they are very proud of
the level of character that
these students have shown.
The recipients of this
award were as follows:
kindergarten, Brody Og-
den; first grade, Jace Ba-
resse; second grade, Miley
Strzelewicz and Charlie
Character award recipients at Ione Elementary School. The character trait was “caring.”
–Contributed photo
Nelson; third grade, Delany
Stefani and Carter Eynetich;
fourth grade, Katie Spivey
and Corey Rice; fifth grade,
Kelly Doherty; and sixth
grade, Daralynn Teeman.
Students also were rec-
ognized for perfect atten-
dance. The students who
VA to host town halls in Irrigon,
Walla Walla, WA—The
Jonathan M. Wainwright
Memorial VA Medical Cen-
ter (Walla Walla VA), in
partnership with Morrow
County’s Veteran Service
Office, is holding two quar-
terly town hall meetings on
Tuesday, March 7.
The morning session
will be held at the Irrigon
branch of the Oregon Trail
Library District (500 NW
Main) from 10-11 a.m. The
afternoon session will be
held at the Port of Morrow
in Boardman (2 Marine
Drive) from 1:30 p.m. –
2:30 p.m.
Walla Walla VA’s Med-
ical Center Director Brian
Westfield will lead the
meetings and will provide
facility updates along with
updates on the Veterans
Choice Program. Morrow
County’s Veteran Service
Officer Linda Skendzel also
will be in attendance for
those who need assistance.
These are two of many
quarterly town halls being
held by VA facilities across
the nation. These meetings
are intended to provide lo-
cal veterans a wide-open
forum and for VA officials
to hear directly from ben-
eficiaries as a step toward
improvement and to rebuild
trust among veterans.
“Caring for veterans
is a calling, and our first
commitment is to provide
veterans and their families
the timely, quality care and
benefits they have earned
and deserve through their
service to our nation,” said
Acting Secretary of Veter-
If You Bought a TV or Computer Monitor That Contained a
Cathode Ray Tube (“CRT”), During the Years 1995 through 2007,
You May be Affected by This Litigation and
May Benefit from a Settlement.
Please read this notice carefully as your legal rights are affected whether you act or do not act.
The Oregon Attorney General filed a lawsuit Multnomah County Circuit Court case no. CV
against certain manufacturers of Cathode Ray 120810246. The letter must include the case
Tubes (“CRTs”). The lawsuit alleges that CRT name, your name, address, telephone number, and
manufacturers illegally agreed upon the pricing of signature. The letter must be postmarked on or
CRTs. The Attorney General filed this action in before March 18, 2017, and mailed to: Oregon
her law enforcement capacity, and on behalf of the CRT Settlement, c/o GCG, P.O. Box 10240,
State of Oregon and Oregon natural persons, and Dublin, Ohio 43017-5740.
sought equitable relief, restitution, civil penalties
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Oregon has settled with five defendants for a settlements. Claims can be completed online or
total of $3,645,000 (“Settlement Fund”). The by mailing the claim form, available for download
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not a business.
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resale CRTs incorporated in TVs or computer related entities from any claims you may have
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the CRT component, such as from an electronics bound by the terms of the settlement.
retailer or a device manufacturer other than one of
Who Represents Me?
the Defendants.
The Attorney General of Oregon represents the
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How Do I Get More Information?
for indirect purchaser claims, like this action, was
This Notice summarizes the lawsuits and the
limited to actions by the Attorney General until Settlements. You can get more information
January 1, 2010.
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To opt-out, complete the opt-out registration claims process or obtain a claim form at
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Ellen F. Rosenblum v. LG Electronics, Inc. et al., Ohio 43017-5740.
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received a perfect atten-
dance award were all put
into a drawing to win games
for their classrooms. Carter
Eynetich won games for the
third-grade classroom and
Rosa Aguilar won for the
second-grade classroom.
Sixth grade honor roll
3.5+: Alexandrea Ca-
van, Kalvin Rietmann,
Bryce Rollins, Alexis
Ramirez and Daralynn Tee-
4.0: Madison Orem.
Boardman mayor,
councilors sworn in
At its first meeting of
the new year, the Board-
man City Council held a
swearing-in ceremony for
four members.
Sandy Toms was sworn
in for her second term as
Boardman’s mayor. Mayor
Toms swore in councilors
Toni Connell, David Jones
and Art Kegler. All four
were elected in the Novem-
ber General Election.
Councilor Connell is
new to the council, and has
served on the Boardman
Planning Commission since
2015. Councilors Jones and
Kegler were re-elected and
have each served the past
four years on the council.
All four members will serve
for a term ending Dec. 31,
In other city business,
the council re-appointed
Jacob Cain and David Gray
Morrow County Justice to the planning commis-
of the Peace Ann Spicer sion and appointed Logan
has released the following Mayfield and Ryan Kreps to
Justice Court report:
the planning commission.
-Bette Lynn Rose, 47,
of Heppner was found
guilty of Violating the Ba-
sic Rule 78/55 and Failure
to Carry Proof of Insurance
Morrow County Dis-
and was fined $260.
Attorney Justin Nelson
-Christopher Lee Fritz,
the following
37, was found guilty of
driving without the required
-Tony Jerome Moore,
ignition interlock device
convicted of Pos-
and was fined $435.
session of Less than an
Ounce of Marijuana, an
Unclassified Violation, and
was fined $650.
-Tony Jerome Moore,
29, additionally was con-
victed of Failure to Appear
ans Affairs Robert D. Sny-
der. “As we seek continual
improvement and to rebuild
trust among veterans, it is
critical that we continue
to listen and learn directly
from those who use our
This town hall meeting
is open to the public and the
media, as well as Congres-
sional stakeholders, Veteran
Service Organizations, non-
governmental organiza-
tions, and other community
The council also approved
waivers to the city’s water
and sewer system develop-
ment charges for 2017.
Councilors also passed
two resolutions in oppo-
sition to Governor Kate
Brown’s proposed budget.
One resolution opposes
the proposed closure of the
Pendleton forensics lab, one
of only five in the state. The
other resolution opposes the
proposed budget reduction
to the Oregon State Police,
which could result in the
elimination of the Drug
Enforcement Section. The
Drug Enforcement Section
would eliminate 19 posi-
tions, including three posi-
tions assigned to the Blue
Mountain Enforcement
Narcotics Team in Morrow
and Umatilla counties.
The next meeting of
the Boardman City Council
will be Tuesday, Feb. 7, at
7 p.m. at Boardman City
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II, a Class A Misdemeanor.
Sentence of 180 days’ jail
time was suspended and
the defendant sentenced
to one year bench proba-
tion, to include 80 hours
of community service and
a written letter of apology
for missing court, submitted
through the district attor-
ney’s office. Fines, fees and
assessments totaled $1,100.
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