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rrew rress - weanesday, September 17, 1997 - Page 8 mZ Loumvy Fall colors to be seen in Kokanee salmon A GROOMING 489-567- 8. locations: Strawberry River, near Strawberry Reservoir's visitor center, Indian Creek, and other inlets to Strawberry Reservoir; The East Fork of the Little Bear River, at the inlet for Porcupine Reservoir; and Sheep Creek, a tributary of Flaming Gorge Reservoir, located south of Manila. Biologists and displays will be available September 20, from 10 am until 3 pm, to inform visitors of this unique fish's lifestyle. Stewart asks viewers to approach and move quietly, while near the spawning areas to avoid disturbing the fish, and stay on the banks to avoid destroying the redds (egg nests). Stewart requested, "Please keep pets and children out of the water. Studies have documented the fish are sensitive to bank disturbances and wading in the stream can disrupt the run, destroy the redds, and cover the eggs with silt." Strawberry tributaries are currently closed to fishing. Gillnet studies indicate good in Kokanee numbers Strawberry and natural reproduction seems to be establishing itself, as many fish are also viewed, staging in the bays. Roger Wilson, Strawberry reminds Leader, Project anglers of the regulation Fowl hunting the great hunting predicted, the Utah duck season will run Oct. 4, 1997 - Jan. 17, 1998 in both Zones 1 and 2. Utah's goose season will run Oct. 4, 1997-Ja- HOW TO GET Take 8th North in Orem and head east through Provo Canyon to Heber. At the light, take Highway 40, heading southeast, up Daniels Canyon. After passing Daniels Summit, views of Strawberry Reservoir await. Look for the sign pointing to the Visitor Center and park there. Kokanee viewing is across the street. To view fish at Indian Creek, ask for directions at the Visitor Center. Side 11, 1998 in both zones, of with the exception Washington County, where the season runs Oct. 11, 1997-Ja18, 1998, and the Desert Lake Waterfowl Management Area (WMA) in Emery County, where the season runs Oct. 18, 1997-Ja11, 1998. Shooting on Oct. 4 begins at 8 a.m. in both zones and the daily duck bag limit is seven, including no more than two hen n. n. Numerous less traveled fall color rides are also available near Strawberry. Many of the dirt roads lead through maple and aspen and can provide an inexpensive, but enjoyable ride for the family, in addition to the attractions viewing Strawberry's tributaries.. Safety Be alert to potential stormy weather, which can make dirt roads slick and hazardous. If weather conditions appear to be changing, it may be wise to head out. It is also wise to bring extra food, warm clothing, and a shovel. Inform someone at home of your plans and when you plan on returning. dates listed Oct. 4 - Dec. 7, 1997, a week longer than last season. Swan harvest will be limited to those who draw a swan permit. Those who obtain a permit may take one swan during the season. Another change for the 1997 - 98 Utah waterfowl season will be the reestablishment of "rest areas" (places where waterfowl may not be hunted), at the Division's Farmington Bay and Ogden Bay WMAs. Karen Wendt, CNM, in association with Mt. Women's Health Center, has joined Timpanogos the staff of Allied Health Professionals at American :,m:tm 'r:&tS f ork Hospital. As a certified nurse midwife, she is a nurse practitioner whose specialty is midwifery and f'' ffa"L '''n-i'-f- !ivf 3? fit; fc ;fN jL vy:ll:t ::flf Jills i illlll "yfM '10SWi$:'t "M I f wf i ' gfa .ajTsiS , at Tips Introducing r ' -- Pick-up- & aJ f Delivery Available We rent bark inhibitors & training collars (Excessive Matting. Scissoring, or Specialty Cuts Extra Charge) 93 East 200 North - American Fork Mon-S- at 8:30-5:0- 0 all regularly priced jeans! PI Ethyl, Silver, Z. 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She is licensed to deliver babies, provide well-womexams, pap smears, breast exams, refer mammograms, order routine lab work, provide general health screenings and prescribe medicine. Her practice emphasizes preventive health and education. She earned a master's of science degree from the University of has more than 20 years experience in and Wyoming 763-126- 0 New patients are welcome. Call nursing. r Business Insurance Business Auto Dermits. notarv, etc.) Contract BONDS (license. , r. ' Individual & Group Insurance Plans Package Policies (auto, homeowner, renters) -- A ,'-."- " si . , 17 North 470 West American Holly is an honest, g and senior, who is not afraid to try new things or stand up for what she believes. School activities find Holly - ar- Wendi Dean Fer9uson Agency Manager Fork 763-131- 3 fun-lovin- out-goin- the National Honor Society and the science and Spanish clubs. She has lettered in track and cross country and has received the Scholar award. Holly is listed in Who's Who Among American High School Students, and has received the National English Merit and the National Science Merit Awards. She maintains a 4.0 grade point average while takadvanced ing placement Spanish, biology, and English Language and Composition. Holly is an active member of the Lehi 13th Ward, where she has served in all her Young Women's class presidencies and participated in numerous volunteer service projects. She has also served her stake as a camp youth counselor and participated in the youth choir. She has involved in Holly Stevens all her Young Women's class awards and is currently working on her YW Recognition award. She is also a member of the Lehi Senior Seminary Council. Community activities for Holly include working on the and Quarters for Christmas drives, and participating in the program. She has also taught clogging lessons and currently works part time at Lehi Elementary. Free time for Holly is spent clogging, skiing, running, snowboarding, rockclimbing, mountain hiking, and talking on the phone with friends. Holly's future ambitions are to attend college, serve a mission for her church, get married in the temple, and become an important and famous Ralphlne Burt 110 West Main received Lehi 3 Sub-for-San- ta Adopt-a-Grandmoth- woman. Steven Gunn 110 West Main A Phi 3 Mi? Being in good hands is the only place to be!" instate "You're in good hands. 1997 Allstate Insurance Company and Alistate Life Insurance Company Northbrook, Illinois. Other terms, conditions an J eacljsios may apply. Subject to availability and qualifications. Alpine School District and Utah Valley State CollegeJ r ooks like one percent. nj DISCOVER one percent. A New Partnership... you're looking for something extraordinary to do this check out UVSC & Alpine School District's Community Education. You'll find lots of hands-on- , career enhancing and just plain fun but don't wait 'til the courses. Registration is last minute or your chance may be gone. If fall, thought-provokin- Courses Include: How to make Gingerbread Houses, Oil painting, Business Writing, Financial Strategies, Computer Basics, Keyboarding, Internet, PAF 3.0, Quattro Pro, Windows 95, WordPerfect 7.0, Hunter Safety, Thai Cooking, Grocery Management, Interior Design, Landscaping Design & Wat percent? Gardening, Spanish, Guitar, How to read Music, Quilting, Preparing for Home Ownership, Gardening, Rubber Stamping, & Phonics M fi hScrapbooking for an appointment. l Karen Wendt, CNM Mt. Timpanogos Women's Health Center 33 N. 490 West, American Fork, Utah 763-12- 60 M-t'- ll) HC American Fork Hospital A Serrta of launatmntata j attractions mallards, three pintails, two redheads and one canvasback. The daily goose bag limit is two dark and three white geese. Utah's swan season runs To accommodate "if 1D5 Breeds, Dog & Cat Special Includes Gentle Care Bath Brushed Conditioner Flea &Tick Anal Glands Ears Nails Feet a.m. until 4 p.m. THERE ii' All By BRIAN BRINKERHOFF changes on Strawberry, which Outdoors Editor include immediate release of Fall brings many opportuniall trout and salmon less than 8 ties and traditions for outdoor inches long. Bag limits of four will include any combination of enthusiasts. Scenic fall color drives seem Kokanee salmon, cutthroat to be the most popular traditrout, and rainbow trout with tion for Utah families. only one cutthroat or rainbow Unknown to many, spectacularger than 18 inches. These lar fall colors can also be new regulations are anticipatviewed underwater. During the ed to protect spawning fish next few weeks Kokanee populations and aid natural salmon will be making their reproduction on this very proannual spawning runs, with ductive reservoir. Anglers Kokanee Salmon Day celebratshould check their proclamaed Saturday, September 20. tions for further information. Scott Root, Information and Kokanee are easy to view in Education Specialist for the the clear stream water and this Division of Wildlife Resources, opportunity, to enjoy nature's reports that many fish are now fireworks, is another growing migrating up the Strawberry autumn tradition for many River and expects migrations Utah residents. This is an to be underway in the tribuopportunity for the entire famitaries of other state waters, ly to better appreciate Utah's where Kokanee have been unique wildlife resources.. established. For more information Three sites are available for regarding Kokanee Salmon visitors to view this spectacular Day, contact the Division of Wildlife Resources at show, including the following 763-868- 1 TlT f REGISTRATION! 492-042- 3 Htalth Cart 1 Alu.MlM'frMfei-- are changing. 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