|Paper||Beaver County Monitor|
|Rights||In Copyright (InC)|
|Rights Holder||Alice Smith, Milford, Utah|
|Publisher||Digitized by J. Willard Marriott Library, University of Utah|
|Paper||Beaver County Monitor|
Standard Rate U.S. Postage Paid Milford, UT: 84751 Permit No. 15 P.O. Box 224 Milford, UT 84751 P. O. Box 224+ Milford, Utah 84751 JANUARY 1, 1998 VOL. VHI NO. 1 - BY THE WAY... 1998 BIG GAME APPLICATION PERIOD NEARS What a great Search and Rescue unit to have available when someone encounters difficulty in the surrounding mountains or some of our most hazardous terrain. Pete Bebe- commander, James Pierce- vice commander, along with Phyllis Mayer treasurer make up the head personne! for the present year. New officers are elected each year about this time. The group consists of 30-40 men and women. These men and women are working under the direction of the Beaver County sheriff. He calls for the action, and how many will go. They work in pairs with radio communication thru the sheriffs office. The people involved are trained in SALT LAKE CITY -- While Utah's 1998 limited entry bucks, bulls and once-in-alifetime big game hunts are still months away, anticipation is building now as applications to participate in them should be available within days. Applications will be accepted through Feb. 2. To be entered in the 1998 Bucks, Bulls and Once-In-A-Lifetime Draw, applications must be received, through the mail only, no later than 5 p.m., Feb. 2. "Those who applied last year should receive a personalized application in the mail many facets of security and life saving operations. Among these are rope rescue, first response and certified C.P.R. They are trained and state certified for dealing with hazardous materials. Forest fire security can be another plus for Milford should the the first week of January," said Judi Tutorow, need arise. They would work with the fire dept. in wildlife licensing coordinator for the Division this respect. The E.M. S. would team up with them for evacuation plans in case of a disaster. State and national meets train SEARCH AND RESCUE to co-ordinate state and national disasters. Beaver County furnishes $1500.00 yearly to be used for equipment however, some purchase their own equipment, use their own trucks with four-wheel drive and are re-reimbursed for gas. All of their time is donated. The U.P.R.R. trained and paid for classes on OPERATION LIFESAVER. We are thankful for the volunteerism of the following people should the need for them ever arise. JIM AND ANN PIERCE ... RICHARD AND RENEE DAVIS ... DANNY AND CHRIS of Wildlife Resources. ee Cause of Derailment Still Under Investigation Nothing unusual... just a westbound train departing to the main line...,.until at 9:05 A.M. Saturday the 4th set of trucks picked up a switch causing a minor derailment. Doug Maughan, Union Pacific operations manager, reported no damage to the lading or the cars, but said there was some rail damage. By 1:00 P.M. trains were being moved around in the yard, and by 4:40 P.M. full operation was restored. The U.P. maintenance crew was able to get the trains underway with a minimum of inconvenience to motorists at the crossing. Maughan was unable to confirm the cause of the mishap, or whether last week’s storm may have been a factor. He did say that it was the first train to depart within a 24 hour period. WHITE.....PETE AND LAURIE BEEBE. ..DEAN DAVIS AND P....... MARK KEN AND PHYLLIS DURRANT ... ARNOLD WILLYARD...... DAVE AND ROBIN VETSCH ... TOM AND ADELE McGINN .... DAVE AND ROBIN MOTT ... BRYANT AND NINA DAVIS ... JERROD BRIDGE...RICHARD' HENRY .... VINCENT COX .. VEDA COX ... AARON AND JENNIFER COX .. TERILYN DAVIS..... RANDY AND DEBBY ROSE. The above people are on the national and state roster. On the national roster only are Glenn Asay and John Jimenez. Our Christmas Eve snowfall added a lustre of Christmas to everything in our area. One cannot compete with Mother nature when she decides to do some decorating in her own inimitable style. Our son and his family were here from Las Vegas for the holiday and my granddaughter was very happy to know Santa would be arriving by sleigh here in Utah. Bom in Vegas she knows very little about snow! Mark Dotson and wife Kathy, owners of ' West Hills Excavating hosted a prime rib dinner for their employees at the Station restaurant the middle of Dec. We enjoyed it all and thanks Mark and Kathy! For the people that will be partying NEW Years Eve, please designate a non drinking driver. We want every one safe and sound for the new year! BY THE WAY....... You know you're grown up when you no longer have things:stored at your parents house. - lircle Four KAREN ... JIMMY PIERCE AND J. AND CAROLE ANN WILLIAMS ... CONNIE VETSCH ... DICK AND MAYER... ALLEN AND PAM Jewell Dahl ~ Welcomes Doug Garrett ° the supervision and coordination of all livestock marketing, coordination of transportation activities, supervision of maintenance for all company buildings and the supervision of the It was a another win for Steven Florence! When Milford hosted Wayne in a Dual meet on December 18th, Brett Thomas drew a bye and Florence scored an impressive win. The excitement for the evening, however, was a very close match won by Ben James. The Tigers traveled to Piute for a tournament on December 20th. Brett Thomas took Ist, bringing his record to 14-0. A 2nd for Steven Florence brought his season record to 132. Ben James and Josh Long both placed second. Trent _ Thompson - 4th ..and Tug Thompson won 2 matches. Next action is a January 2nd and 3rd tournament at S.U.U., beginning at 10:00 A.M. both days. procurement and inventory management for all supplies. In addition, Mr. Garrett will be responsible for company safety and security. Doug possesses excellent qualifications in the way of leadership skills as well as adeptness in communication skills necessary in discharging the duties of this assignment. Mr. from a field Garrett was. of highly them," Tutorow said. "Hunters may not make photocopies of their personalized application for other hunters to use." Those who don't receive an application in the mail by Jan. 7 may pick up an application from license agents statewide, and at Division offices in Ogden, Salt Lake City, Springville, Vernal, Price and Cedar City. The Division's two hunter education centers will not be open Jan. 7 but will have applications available the first day they're open Press Release: Circle Four Farms is pleased to announce that Doug Garrett has accepted the position of Support services Team leader. Doug will officially start January 15, 1998. Responsibilities of the Support Services Team Leader mclude Those who receive an application in the mail are encouraged to use it when applying and are reminded they are the only ones who can. "The personalized application contains that person's bonus point and once-in-alifetime hunt status and may only be used by selected qualified that week. Beginning Jan. 8, applications will be available at the Lee Kay Center for Hunter Education, 6000 W. 2100 S. in Salt Lake City. Beginning Jan. 9, applications will be available at the Cache Valley Hunter Education Center, 2851 W. Valley View HWY in Logan. Those with questions may call their regional Division office or the Division's Salt Lake City office at 538-4700. candidates and brings over fourteen years of experience in business and finance. His educational training includes a Bachelor of Science degree in accounting from Arizona State University and a Masters of Business Administration from the University of Phoenix. Doug is actively involved in his church and the community. He currently serves as the Treasurer for the Milford Chamber of Commerce and was recently elected to serve a four-year term on the Milford City council. Production Team Leader, Circle Four Farms, Steve Pollman stated that Doug is a great example of the type of employee that benefits not only the company but the commiunity as a whole due to his willingness to give his time in civic activities. Retirement Open House Nicholas R. Dotson Business Administrator Beaver County School District Date: January 8, 1998 Time: 3:00 p.m. - 6:00 p.m. Place: Beaver County School District Office 291 N. Main Beaver, Utah Bonding With Industry Within days after being sworn in as a Milford City Councilman, Doug Garrett will also start a new job......with Circle Four Farms. His resignation from Milford Valley Healthcare Services Back row: Tyson Sherwood, Anna Potter, Jonathan Felicetto, David Hass Front: Austin Bailey, April Romine, Ashlee Williams and Matt Schofield Coloring Contest Winners True Value Hardware and A & F Enterprises teamed up to make Christmas a little more special for area youngsters. Elementary students participated in a coloring contest. Ashlee Williams. the grand prize winner. received a bicycle. will be effective January 15, 1998. Although there was some talk of the move to Circle Four around election time, John Gledhill, hospital administrator, said the announcement came as a complete surprise’ to him. Garrett was not available for comment. '. If the mayor decides to resign after being sworn in, replacement for her office is by choice of the council. Number 31 Charles Kosmuch was undaunted by Beaver guards as the Tiger JV team downed Beaver’s JV 66-57 Tuesday evening. Beaver’s varsity then retaliated with a 69-54 win. Brady Williams was top man for the Tigers with three 3-point field goals, four 2-pointers and five free throws to his credit, Kent Sullivan found the basket four times. Craig Wiseman scored a 3-point field goal, two baskets and three free throws. Clayton Williams was in for two baskets and one free throw. Add two baskets for Dustin Whittaker and a field goal for Todd Eckley to round out a right good game.