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Page 16 - June 13, 2012 SECTION Upgraded and better than new! Large rooms throughout this extremely well-maintained name. Office/Den could be turned into a 4th bearoom with a little work. Granite counTers, heated tile in master bath. Custom tile walk in shower, mmaculate landscap- ing w/irrigation & extruded curbing. You need to see this one! $205,000 MLS# 653020 Bill & Rabble Nyara - Heritage NW Real Estate Inc. (541) 401-9559 or 401-9560 (cells) Ames Creek "541.367.6364 REALTY www.amcscreekreahv.conJ i"11nll NiNr'lv111. Available Now: 3/I Home with large fenced yard, laminate floors and all new appliances. Rent $825 Deposit $925 1198 29th Ave Availble Now: 2/I Home with covered porch and fenced back yard. Rent $650 Deposit $750 2302 Harding St Available Now: 3/2 Home near the lake on a dead end road. W/S/G Pd. Rent $725 Deposit $8255921 Nandina Available Now: 3/2 Home with office area, two covered decks and large yard. Rent $950 Deposit $105,0 4498 Long St. Available Now: 2/2 Home in Lacomb. Large living room and bonus room, Rent $825 Deposit $925 34499 E. Lacomb Rd, Lebanon Availble Soon: 2/I Home in Lebanon. Corner lot, partially fenced with a carport. Rent $550 Deposit $650 389 W. Ash, Lebanon FOR SA E Don't let this home's age fool you - from top to bottom if nas been completely remodeled with care and quality. ' you didn't know, you would think this was a new home. The large .24 acre lot, nas been andscaDea to perfection. Fu y fenced. Full RV hookups. Work shoo is 12 x 14. Entrance to back bedroom & bath, gives the possibility of duo living. Outside staircase leads you TO the finished attic with loads of storage area/or craft room. Must see to appreciate!l! MLS# 652747 Price: $128,500 West Brush Creek Rd. 14 acre farm with both PasTure & hillside timberland. fenced and cross fenced. Beautiful 3 bedroom 1856 sf home that was built in 1990. Country kitchen, laminate flooring, oversized rooms and lots of decking. Shod with RV parking, Darn and implement shed. Property borders gated CTC land, $269,900 MLS#651542 Main Street Frontage...Like new commercia building in immaculate condition. Amenities include large showroom with vaultec ceiling, 4 offices, forced air heating system with AC, cenTra vac system, fresh oaint newly refinished floors, ADA compliant (in 2002) bathroom, mini kitcher and laundry hookups. Could be used for hair salon, retail, medical, or office saace. $I 69,900 MLS#651056 Great site to build your new home!! 27.05 acres located just out of Sweet Home near the River Bend State Dark & across from the S. Santiam River. Prior conditiona use permit & expired standard septic approval. Buyer to obtain new aerm.its. Great location if you are wanting seclusion, hunting, fishing, hiking & wildlife. Seller says submit all offers!!! MLS#635331 $125,00 (541)409-4962KitseyTrewin (5411401-5612 Angela Weld (541 619-6143 Diann Rasmussen (541) 409-9132 Debbie Adams 1541) 409-1800 Todd granson These Sweet Home athletes were selected to All-League and All-State honors for spring sports. In front, from left, are Faith Swaney, Honorable Mention All-League. track and field; Megan Graville, Second Team All- League. Honorable Mention All-State. Pitcher, softball: Emily Marchbanks, Second Team All-League, softball: Halley Hummer, First Team All-League, softball; Sabrina Davis, Honorable Mention All-League, track and feld: Annie Whitfield, First Team All-League, First Team All-State track and field; Jessika Stewart, Honorable Mention All-League, track and field: Courtney Kent, Honorable Mention All-League. track and feld: Katie Virtue, First Team All-League, Third Team All-State, Outfielder, softball: Emili Riggs, First Team All-League and Player of the Year, Second Team All-State. Catcher, softball: Megan Rubidoux, First Team All-League, softball: Sadie Gordon. Honorable Mention All-League, track and field: Nicole Rasmussen. First Team All- League. track and field: Jordan Miller, Honorable Mention All-League. track and field; Hunter Bidwell, First Team All-League, baseball; and Jade Corliss. Second Team All-League, Third Team All-State track and field. In rear, from left, are: Ashton Stutzman Honorable Mention All-League, track and field; Nick Mattsen. Honorable Mention All-League. track and field: Nate Melcher, Second Team All-League Catcher, baseball: Jeremy White. First Team All-League, baseball; Austin Rice. Second Team All-League Pitcher, baseball: Justit~ Rice, First Team All-League. Pitcher, baseball; Trever Olson, Honorable Mention All-League, track and field; Drayson Scott, Second Team All-League, baseball; Cory Hanks, Second Team All-League Pitcher, baseball; ,lake John- son, First Team All-League. Honorable Mention All-State track and field; Nick Hall. First Team All-League. Honorable Mention All-State, track and field: Jakob Hien, First Team All-League. track and field; Eric Flierl, Honorable Mention All-League, track and field: Chris Carpenter, Honorable Mention All-League, track and field; India Porter. Honorable Mention All-League, track and field; Alex Seitz, Honorable Mention All-League, track and field; Spencer Knight, Honorable Mention All-League, track and field; Scottie Stockman, Honorable Mention All-League. track and field; and Kyle Rose. Honorable Mention All-League. track and field: Not pres- ent for this photo were: Ben Terry, Honorable Mention All-League, track and field; David Skeen, Honorable Mention All-League, track and field; Zane Jackson. Honorable Mention All-League, track and field; Daniel Danforth, Second Team All-League. track and field; Devyn Makin, First Team All-League. track and field: Honorable Mention All-State track and field; Paige Sanders. Honorable Mention All-League, track and field: Kaitlyn Watts, Honorable Mention All-League, track and field; Macy Cockrell, Honorable Mention All-League. track and field; and Crystal Crites. Honorable Mention All-League, track and field. Note: 4A baseball All-State selections had not been announced as of press time. Je From page 15 take their first deer. I believe the bolt action rifle is by far the best choice for inexperi- enced hunters. As the undisputed king of the hunting grounds, it has many advantages. It offers reason- ably fast follow-up shots, should they be required, without inducing the "spray and pray" tendency the semi-auto, lever and pump action rifle~ can produce. The emphasis remains on mak- ing the shot "count." The bolt ac- tion rifle is the most stable, reliable can too. and accurate platform in general, as I've seen it many times since well. the kids that are really into hunting/ I was always one of the small- guns pull it off almost every time. er kids in my class until halfway My brother-in-law killed his first through high school, but I started deer with a Ruger 300 Win. Mag. as using a Ruger .300 Winchester well and at around the same age. Magnum when I was 14 ~nd had Just remember the most impor- way more success with it on every- tant thing is to take those kids out in thing I hunted, the woods! I'd rather hunt with my I convinced myself that the re- dad and/or my kids than anyone on coil wasn't that bad (my dad did fit the face of the earth it with a nice recoil pad) and it hurt the stuff on the other end of it a lot Jeff Hutchins writes occasionally worse than it did me. It was the ap- about firearms-related topics for plication of mind over matter and The New Era. He operates Range- if I could do it. virtually any kid master Gunworks at 29352 Hwy with enough desire or will power 34, outside Corvallis.