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Q Ttmr-lay, August 21, 1997 Pahnlmp Valley Way [ I II II I II1[! I I III (ifl I I [ by Carol Sirnes The backyard is full of tall, yellow sunflowers, blue morning glories, small red sunflowers, zinnias, mari- golds, bamboo and fire red gladiolas all swaying like mad in these strong,southerly winds. As many of you know, my better half.Slim, was in Gualala, Calif., at the Arts-in-the-hods this past week, and had entered three of his tallest aluminum art projects. ii illllllll i i i iiiii i i iiii As the visitors enter the new Art Center, each is given a short questionnaire asking to which displays or art objects they liked, what caught their attention first when walking through the gallery, what did the children like, etc. On Friday evening, August 15, was the champagne/ wine reception and the judging. Slim won first place in the sculpture category with his redCoke can bird which has a four foot wing spread and sits on top of a seven foot high tower woven with aluminum strips. The perpendicular pole inside the tower is strung with multi-color Christmas lights and is really awesome when lit in a dark room. Then Cosmo, the eight foot giraffe, was voted the most popular ex- hibit in the gallery. Slim also won a $35 gift certificate in a drawing from another artist. He really had a great week. Goldfield Chamber luncheon The Goldfield Chamber of Commerce held their luncheon meeting on August 14, at the Mozart Club with District Attorney Steve Evenson, president and a good turnout of members. Don Shrider, member of the building committee, reported that the plans for remodeling the old chamber of commerce building are ready to go out for bids. The next meeting will be August 28, same place and time, when a new vice-ptident and secre will be elected. Sheriff's Blotter Mark Edwin Minton was booked August 13 into Goldfield jail on N}LP warrant; served time, and was released. MarlaBrown was booked August 14 into Goldfield jail on charge of contempt of court, is serving ten days. Manuel Dean Rodiiguez was booked August 14 into Goldfield jail on charge of DUI, second offense, open con- tainer, no valid driver's license, unregistered vehicle and remains in custody. I I Illl I Illl  Ill II I Illl I I Mozart Club remodeling The remodeling is progressing at the Mozart Club down- town. Jackie Burton of Silver Peak did a great upho|stery job. Be sure to see the new interior of the club. Local DA files verified complaint On August 14, in fifth District Court in Esmeralda County, District Attorney Steve Evenson, plaintiff, filed a Verified Complaint Form against Lynn Scott, in her capacity as the clerk of Esmeralda County, State of Nevada, William S. Wright, Francis Lien and Patricia Hudson, defendants, to challenge the legal sufficiency of the recall petition filed in this matter. On August 14, District Attorney Steve Evenson, plain- tiff, filed a motion for a temporary restraining order to enjoin the defendant Lynn Scott, from proceeding with a recall election before the court decides the issues pre- sented in the Verified Complaint on file. The legal sufficiency of a recall petition may be chal- lenged by filing a complaint in district court, NRS COMMUNIW COLLEGE 00UTHER NEVADA Fall t begin Sept. 2, 1997,  otherwh noted. Classes are n 5:30 p.m.  9 p.m, unless otherwise noted. Fal classes end Dec. t6, 1997.  is $38 per  credit; new students must pay a $5 one- time new student registration fee. Senior , age 62 or more, are exempt from tuition, but all other fees still apply. Financial assistare is available CCSN and Nevada  Services for qualified appnts. Select high  ts q for a discounted tuition rate of $9.5 when thev in DISTANCE EDUCATION classes. The new student regisVation fee is waived for these students. 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After a hearing, the Court determines if the recall petition document is legally sufficient. If the pe- tition fails to meet the con- stitutional and statutory re- quirements under Nevada law, the coufl orders the county clerk to cease any further proceedings regard- ing the petition. NRS 306.040.5. District Judge John Davis has ordered a hearing to de- termine the legal sufficiency of the recall petition filed in this matter set for Monday, August 25, at 2 p.m. in the district courtroom of the Esmeralda County Court- house, Goldfield, Nevada. Commissioners meeting The Esmeralda County Commissioners met on August 18, in Goldfield Courthouse, with Susan Dudley, chair- man; Gray O'Connor of Fish Lake Valley, vice-chairman; Ben Veljoen of Silver Peak, commissioner, Lynn Sco clerk and District Attorney Steve Evenson. * Commissioner Veljoen reported on attending the dication ceremonies at Berlin-Icthyosaur State Park, Au- gust 16. The park is now open to the public with walking tours, an underground mine tour which was reconstructed like the original old Berlin mine in the 1800s, pincnic and camping area. * A motion was made and passed to advertise for a part- time Emergency Management Supervisor position, 20 hours, at $12,000 a year, with applications deadline on September 12 at 5 p.m. * A motion passed to raise the ambulance base rates from $140 at $3 per mile to $250 base rate plus $4 per mile. The new rates will be sent to Medicare for their approval. * The approval of a grant request to State Emergency Response Commission for training and equipment in the amount of $10,000 passed. * The commissioners accepted the resignation of Es- meralda County District Attorney Steve Evenson. * No applications were received for the position ofFish Lake Valley TV Board. Nine apply for local DA position UPDATE - The deadline date for filing an application for the position of Esmeralda County District Attorney is August 21, 1997, and so far nine apllications have been received. They include: Pamela Harris, Andrew Wentworth, Rachel. Nicholson, James Stuart, Charles Hill, Susan Thornton, Mark King IV, Michael Schaefer and Richard Sipan. The closed personnel session interviews with the appli- cants will be on August 22, at l0 a.m. in a special Esmeralda County Commissioners Meeting. Hopefully the commissioners will be wise enough to choose the one who has the interest and growth of the county in mind and not just the whims of a few. PRIMESTAR BY TSAT 1-800-449-1269 Programming Packages Stara'ng at About a Dollar a Day!'" 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