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Page 8 VouR COMMUNITY - February 27, 2008 I,I By Jessica Lewis For The New Era Filling your prescription in Sweet Home is about to get easier. An expansion of the new Econ- omy Drugs pharmacy at Thriftway supermarket is expected to begin next month and will include a drive- up window, according to pharmacist Jamey Calhoon. "We're going to build a regular, full-sized pharmacy instead of this little shack," said Calhoon, motion- ing to the kiosk inside Thriftway that was constructed in November as a temporary facility for the pharmacy. Economy Drugs will offer prescrip- tion fills, counseling, compounding, immunization, and "just good basic pharmacy services," he said. The new pharmacy will be 2,400 square feet, although part of that will be storage space, according to Calhoon. It will be built out into the parking lot where the coffee kiosk stands. Thriftway manager Mark McDonald has said the kiosk will be moved to the parking lot north of the grocery store. The store is a member of a part- nership of pharmacies located in Roseburg, Redmond, Prineville, LaP- ine and Madras. It opened on the heels of the clo- sures of Home Town Drugs last June and Groves Pharmacy in September. Both of those l:businesses were sold to Safeway. Calhoon s aid that having a second pharmacy in S weet Home should help keep lines drown. He said he thinks "there might bce too much business for just one pharrmacy," and the drive-up window will thelp make filling pre- scriptions easker. "The driwe-up window will be helpful for peo)ple who are just travel- ing through amd want to quic}dy drop off or pick up p rescriptions, and people who have trouible getting around can just drive up," Calhoon said. Although no completion date has been set, Calhoon hopes the pharmacy will be ready t(o open by the summer. Photo by Jessica Lewis Pharmacist Jamey Calhoon works behind the counter in the Economy Drugs kiosk at Thriftway market. At left is an artist's rendiction of what the store will look like after a 2,400-square-foot addition is built onto Thriftway, including a drive-up window. Illustration courte ,sy of Economy Drugs Primasing Motors is proud to have Casey Primasing on our sales team. It's wonderful to have the next generation of Primasings in the family business. We have grown our business through hard work & customer service and are delighted that Casey is here to help carry on that tradition. Please stop by and say hi and let Casey help you with your automotive needs. 541-619-4570 evenings Visit our website at: www.primasing.com 1211 Main Street PB UAS N 1 attheLebanon"Y" in 541-258-8191 CHEVROLET BUICK PONTIAC 1-800-225-4670 Records iindicate that in 1925, movie stuntmen (and yes, they were all men in those days) earned $7 to $8 per day for basic stunts. They got extra pay for certain activities, though; jumping from an airplane to a train was worth $150,for instance. Any stuntman who parachuted out of an exploding plane wouM get $500, and it was w rth $1,500 to crash a plane into a house or a tree. Con- sidering the sgtate of technology and safety standalrds of the day, it's no wonder that b~etween 1925 and 1930, 55 people wen'e killed while perform- ing movie stumts, and another 10,000 were injured. Photo by Sean C. Morgan In a Battle For The Sexes competition Friday, blindfolded students seek each other, as one student makes pre-ar- ranged animal sounds to help his or her partner find him or her. The monitors were present to help keep wayward participants from wandering out of the area - a tendancy in this game. .com IMPORTANT: If you are paying more than $67 per month for your Medicare health insurance and prescription drug benefits, you may be paying too much. There's a solution today to help you keep more of your hard-earned savings in your own pocket. An easy solution from someone you know and trust. 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Samaritan Advantage Samaritan Health Plans, 815 NW 9th Street, Corvallis [ Visit us Monday tthrough Friday, 8:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. Call 8 a.m. to 8 p.m 1-866-SHPlans (1-866-747-5267), TTY users call 1-800-735-2900 Photo by Carissa Swanson Student Alex Whitlow, left, and teacher Deborah Handman put handprints on a poster and sign their names on a petition at Sweet Home High School against the use of child soldiers in some countries around the world. Some 210 people participated in the event, which was held Feb. 12, Red Hand Day, and put on by Amnesty International Club members. G arn i sh m ent s Foreclosures J I.awsuits Collections Repossessions Creditor Demands & Calls Offices 300 Market Street, Ste. 103 (just east of the old Walmart) (541 ) 451-5755 or toll.free 888-366-8350 Visit us online at www.ArmstrongBankruptcy.com We are a #ebt retef agency We heb people file for bankrlptcy relief under the bankr~Jptcy code