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    Heppner Gazette-Times, Heppner, Oregon Wednesday, February 21, 2018 -EIGHT
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preserve its security, all of
which must be paid as a
condition of reinstatement,
including all sums that
shall accrue through rein-
statement or pay-off. Noth-
ing in this notice shall be
construed as a waiver of
any fees owing to the Ben-
eficiary under the Deed of
Trust pursuant to the terms
of the loan documents.
Whereof, notice hereby is
given that QUALITY
LOAN SERVICE COR-
PORATION OF WASH-
INGTON, the undersigned
trustee will on 4/24/2018
at the hour of 9:00 AM,
Standard of Time, as estab-
lished by section 187.110,
Oregon Revised Statues,
At the Front Entrance to
the Morrow County Court-
house, located at 100 South
Court Street, Heppner, OR
97836 County of MOR-
ROW, State of Oregon, sell
at public auction to the
highest bidder for cash the
interest in the said de-
scribed real property which
the grantor had or had
power to convey at the
time of the execution by
him of the said trust deed,
together with any interest
which the grantor or his
successors in interest ac-
quired after the execution
of said trust deed, to satisfy
the foregoing obligations
thereby secured and the
costs and expenses of sale,
including a reasonable
charge by the trustee. No-
tice is further given that
any person named in Sec-
tion 86.778 of Oregon Re-
vised Statutes has the right
to have the foreclosure
proceeding dismissed and
the trust deed reinstated by
payment to the beneficiary
of the entire amount then
due (other than such por-
tion of said principal as
would not then be due had
no default occurred), to-
gether with the costs, trust-
ee's and attorney's fees and
curing any other default
complained of in the No-
tice of Default by tender-
ing the performance re-
quired under the obligation
or trust deed, at any time
prior to five days before
the date last set for sale.
Other than as shown of re-
cord, neither the beneficia-
ry nor the trustee has any
actual notice of any person
having or claiming to have
any lien upon or interest in
the real property herein-
above described subse-
quent to the interest of the
trustee in the trust deed, or
of any successor in interest
to grantor or of any lessee
or other person in posses-
sion of or occupying the
property, except: Name
and Last Known Address
and Nature of Right, Lien
or Interest Dennis Stefani
415 Main Street Ione, OR
97843 Original Borrower
For Sale Information Call:
800-280-2832 or Login to:
www.auction.com In con-
struing this notice, the sin-
gular includes the plural,
the word "grantor" in-
cludes any successor in in-
terest to this grantor as
well as any other person
owing an obligation, the
performance of which is
secured by the trust deed,
and the words "trustee"
and "beneficiary" include
their respective successors
in interest, if any. Pursuant
to Oregon Law, this sale
will not be deemed final
until the Trustee's deed has
been issued by QUALITY
LOAN SERVICE COR-
PORATION OF WASH-
INGTON. If any irregular-
ities are discovered within
10 days of the date of this
sale, the trustee will re-
scind the sale, return the
buyer's money and take
further action as necessary.
If the sale is set aside for
any reason, including if the
Trustee is unable to convey
title, the Purchaser at the
sale shall be entitled only
to a return of the monies
paid to the Trustee. This
shall be the Purchaser's
sole and exclusive remedy.
The purchaser shall have
no further recourse against
the Trustor, the Trustee, the
Beneficiary, the Beneficia-
ry's Agent, or the Benefi-
ciary's Attorney. If you
have previously been dis-
charged through bankrupt-
cy, you may have been re-
leased of personal liability
for this loan in which case
this letter is intended to ex-
ercise the note holders
right's against the real
property only. As required
by law, you are hereby no-
tified that a negative credit
report reflecting on your
credit record may be sub-
mitted to a credit report
agency if you fail to fulfill
the terms of your credit ob-
ligations. Without limiting
the trustee's disclaimer of
representations or warran-
ties, Oregon law requires
the trustee to state in this
notice that some residen-
tial property sold at a trust-
ee's sale may have been
used in manufacturing
methamphetamines,
the
chemical components of
which are known to be tox-
ic. Prospective purchasers
of residential property
should be aware of this po-
tential danger before de-
ciding to place a bid for
this property at the trustee's
sale. NOTICE TO TEN-
ANTS: TENANTS OF
THE SUBJECT REAL
NOW
HIRING
DRIVERS
PROPERTY HAVE CER-
TAIN
PROTECTIONS
AFFFORDED TO THEM
UNDER ORS 86.782
AND POSSIBLY UNDER
FEDERAL LAW. AT-
TACHED TO THIS NO-
TICE OF SALE, AND IN-
CORPORATED HEREIN,
IS A NOTICE TO TEN-
ANTS
THAT
SETS
FORTH SOME OF THE
PROTECTIONS THAT
ARE AVAILABLE TO A
TENANT OF THE SUB-
JECT REAL PROPERTY
AND WHICH SETS
FORTH CERTAIN RE-
QUIRMENTS
THAT
MUST BE COMPLIED
WITH BY ANY TENANT
IN ORDER TO OBTAIN
THE AFFORDED PRO-
TECTION,
AS
RE-
QUIRED UNDER ORS
86.771. TS No: OR-17-
782459-SW
Dated:
12/12/2017 Quality Loan
Service Corporation of
Washington, as Trustee
Signature By: Kathrina Es-
toque, Assistant Secretary
Trustee's Mailing Address:
Quality Loan Service
Corp. of Washington C/O
Quality Loan Service Cor-
poration 411 Ivy Street San
Diego, CA 92101 Trustee's
Physical Address: Quality
Loan Service Corp. of
Washington 108 1st Ave
South, Suite 202, Seattle,
WA 98104 Toll Free: (866)
925-0241
IDSPub
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2/14/2018
2/21/2018
2/28/2018
3/7/2018
Published: February 14, 21
28, and March 7, 2017
Affidavit
Sheriff’s Report
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FIVE
January 19 (cont.):
Morrow County Sheriff’s
Office received a report at
Boardman Foods on E Co-
lumbia Ave, Boardman that
a truck driver was yelling at
her but did not threaten her
or hurt anyone.
-MCSO received a re-
port at Northwestern Motel
on N Main St, Heppner that
there is a three legged dog
running around the trailer
park, has collar, no tags, is
friendly. Dog was returned
to owner.
-MCSO received a re-
port on Parkside Rd, Board-
man that a male was slap-
ping her around and busted
her face open, advised he
was suffocating and chok-
ing her. Marvin Alex Pou-
rier was arrested by MCSO
and lodged at UCJ with bail
of $10,000.
-MCSO received a re-
port at Depot Ln/W Eighth
Rd, Irrigon that a gray Ford
Explorer heading west is
swerving on the road. Un-
able to locate.
-MCSO received a re-
port at Wilson Ln E/Main
St S, Boardman of a two
vehicle MVA, believes non-
injury.
January 20: Morrow
County Sheriff ’s Office
received a report on I 84
E, Boardman that Stephen
Brad Scarbro was arrest-
ed by OSP for DUII and
lodged at UCJ.
-MCSO received a re-
port on SE Skyline Dr, Hep-
pner that his dog brought
back bones, believes they
may be deer bones.
-MCSO received a re-
port on SE Tenth St, Irrigon
that things have been taken
from his motor home. A
quilt and all of the silver-
ware was taken as well as
other items.
-MCSO received a re-
port on I 84 E, Boardman
that a semi is back and forth
between the lanes. Advised
she is behind the vehicle
and will not pass. Referred
to other agency.
-MCSO received a re-
port on SE Utah Ave, Irri-
gon that a 4 door charcoal
gray car ran the stop sign,
last seen heading down
Eighth.
-MCSO received a re-
port at Irrigon Shell station
on E Hwy 730, Irrigon that
two juveniles just shop-
lifted. They have them on
video.
-MCSO received a re-
port on SE Utah Ave, Irri-
We know
gon that there is a dog with
brown spots and white-
brown wired hair.
-MCSO received a re-
port on Hwy 207 Echo,
Lexington that there is a
disabled vehicle at 4.5B
with two subjects. Unable
to locate.
-MCSO received
a stalking complaint on
Knapp St, Irrigon.
-MCSO received a
report at the skate park,
Irrigon that RP was hav-
ing an argument with her
boyfriend and he jumped
out of the car when it was
still going.
January 21: Morrow
County Sheriff ’s Office
received a report at Castle
Rock apartments on Tatone
St, Boardman that her sister
made threats about hurting
herself and her children
and left on foot with them.
Responded and located fe-
male and children. Advised
of CCS contact info and
services.
-MCSO received a re-
port at Irrigon Marina, NE
Seventh St, Irrigon of suspi-
cious vehicle. Two subjects
were advised the park is
closed.
-MCSO received a re-
port at Sub Zero Restaurant,
E Hwy 730, Irrigon of ve-
hicle parked. Subjects had
permission to park there.
One subject transported to
GSH. Leanne Marie Olsen
was arrested for failure to
register as a sex offend-
er, lodged at UCJ, bail of
$5000. Jose M Longoria
was arrested on UCSO war-
rants, cited and released to
appear.
-MCSO received a re-
port at Columbia Basin
Electric Co-op on Linden
Way, Heppner that a friend
from church was stopped
next to a lady in a wheel
chair and several other per-
sons. Thought it looked like
something had happened
and wanted someone to
check on them.
-MCSO received a re-
port on Linden Way, Hep-
pner that his dog is miss-
ing, medium to large sized
brown dog with blue eyes
and white spots, blue collar
with bones on it. RP called
back to advise his dog was
located.
-MCSO received a re-
port on SE Utah Ave, Ir-
rigon that a white Dodge
pickup with a long bed and
four doors fly past toward
Tenth.
-MCSO received a re-
port at SE Division St/SE
Utah Ave, Irrigon that a dog
is chasing kids.
-MCSO received a
report at Kunze Ln/Paul
Smith Rd, Boardman that
a vehicle was being towed,
came loose and is no longer
drivable. Vehicle is block-
ing westbound lane.
-MCSO received a re-
port at Love’s Travel Stop
and Country Store on Tow-
er Rd, Boardman that there
was an elderly male subject
in a gold Jeep that ran over
a garbage can, hit and ran
over three curbs. Believe
it may be a medical issue.
Deputy made contact with
subject. Russel Harry Fine
was given a verbal warning
for hit and run.
Heppner students further their
financial knowledge
Pictured L-R: Madison Combe, Jaiden Mahoney, Jacee Currin, and Sophie Grant.
-Contributed photo.
Four Heppner High
school students furthered
their knowledge about
personal finance through
a work experience class
with Blue Mountain Invest-
ment Management. Sophie
Grant, Jacee Currin, Madi-
son Combe, and Jaiden
Mahoney have been work-
ing with Rita Van Schoiack
since the beginning of the
school year.
The mission of the
group of students is to edu-
cate themselves first about
important personal finance
topics. Then, they use vari-
ous platforms such as Face-
book, Twitter and a blog to
share that knowledge with
their peers. Their focus is
on topics that will help high
school and college students
get started with life on their
own, including saving, the
power of compounding,
scholarships, budgeting,
and housing expenses.
Monday, Feb. 26 the
group will be talking about
their project on the radio.
Tune into KOHU 1360 AM
“Odds and Ends Show” at
8 a.m. to listen to the local
students. Follow them on
Facebook, @blueinvest-
forstudents, or Twitter, @
BMIMstudents or read their
blog posts on their website
www.bluemountaininvest.
com/blog.
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