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Pag e 8 Vc t M Mt I NITV ~1~ - J uly 25, 2012 PUBLIC SArETV Back on the market at a new price Cute starter or rental in a nice neighborhood. Large lot, RV parking, large fenced yard. Nice built-ins in .all bedrooms really maximize the space. Oversized single garage and a covered patio. Perfect for RVers wanting to downsize. 3 bedroom, 1 bath, l O08sf. $90,000 MLS# 6449,54 Bill & Robbie Nyara - Heritage NW Real Inc (541 ) 401-9559 or 40t-9560 (cells) REALTY Kitsey Trewln (541) 409-4962 1 Angela Weld (541) 401-5612 Diann Rasmussen (541)619-6143 I Debbie Adams (541) 409-9132 Todd Branson (541) 409-1800 I Linda Renoud (541) 401-5770 FOR SALE An Investor's Special in this recently updated home located on .90 of an acre on a dead end street in town. House has 2 bd, 1 ba on one side & 1 bd, 1 ba on the other. Property has a 24)<36 shop, separate carport & off street parking. Listed at $105,000 MLS # 649652 Duplex with 2 bdrm 1 bath units adjoined by carports with storage units. Newer vinyl windows, gas forced air, inside utility rooms and recent upgrades on both sides. Located on a large lot on a dead end street. A good buy at $134,900 MLS # 650263 Great county lot located next to a new subdivision. City water and city sewer services available at the street. Owner will consider all reasonable offers and will carry a contract. Priced at $50,000 MLS#649442 This 3 bedroom 1 bath home has extra space for a small home office. Large yard with trees, flowers and shrubs. Garage, carport, RV parking and large covered deck in the back. Just $99,000 and it is yours. MLS#646213 FOR RENT Available Now: 3/2 Home. Double garage, fenced yard and bonus room! Rent $850 Deposit $9501 840 Grape Available Now: 2/1 Home with large yard and workshop area. Rent $675 Deposit $775 4529 Long St Available Soon: 3/I Home. Fireplace, fenced yard and covered patio. Rent $795 Deposit $895 855 4th Ave Available Soon: 4/1 Home on large fenced lot. Woodstove, garage and bonus area. Rent $800 Deposit $900 ]705 Long St 541.367.6364 I www.amescreekreahy.com Photo by Sean C. Morgan A firefighter mops up a hay fire located in barn at 28450 Pleasant Valley Drive on Saturday. Firefighters from Sweet Home Fire and Ambulance District responded to the fire at 4:48 p.m. Further details about the fire were unavailable at press time. July 23 12:07 a.m. - Caller reported burning material on sidewalk, 1810 Main St. Unknown what exactly was burning, but it definitely had some gasoline on it. No damage. Unable to locate anyone out and about. 12:23 a.m. - Benjamin Derek Terry, 16, referred to Juvenile Department for curfew violation, 1266 15th Ave Wells Fargo parking lot. 12:34 a.m. - Collin Michael Swiercz, 15, referred to Juvenile Department for curfew violation, 877 14th Ave Sankey Park. 12:04 p.m. - Donald Terry Mohr, 16, taken into custody for two counts of second-degree criminal mischief, 1950 Main St Sweet Home Police Department. Transported to Linn-Benton Juvenile Detention. 1:40 p.m. - Daniel Oliver O'Neal, 18, arrested on Sweet Home warrant for failure to appear on original charge of second- degree criminal trespass, 1218 41st Ave. Cited and released. July 22 1:19 a.m. - Kenneth Leon Kennedy, 32, arrested on Sweet Home warrant for failure to appear / Information for the Public Safety report in Re New Era is drawn from local police and fire agencies, important to remember that the fact that we report that someone is arrested or cited for a crime does Oot mean they are ilty. Guilt is only determined through the i co~; Addresses listed ~pically indicate the location of the incident or of the arrest, but sometimes may indicate the origin of the call. on original charge of second- degree theft, Corvallis. Cited and released. 3:08 p.m. - Caller reported theft of jewelry, coins, a mini sports bike and cash, 1300 block of Quince. Report taken. July 21 1:32 a.m. - Caller reported hearing a single gunshot, 1200 block of 41st. Officer responded. Unable to locate. 11:53 a.m. - Caller reported raw sewage running over sidewalk into the gutter, 2440 Long St. Public Works responded. 1:37 p.m. - Caller reported that someone stole his cell phone, valued at about $500, about a week ago. Report taken. 4:14 p.m. - Caller reported a shoplifter, 2405 Main St Circle K. Report taken for theft of $8 in items. 9:38 p.m. - Susan Jean Star, 52, arrested for driving under the O SPECIAL THAN KS TO OU R RAFFLE SPO NSORS: Oregon Jamboree Central Bark Splash! Lively ParkSwim Center Camp Putt Golf Park A & W Restaurant Star Attractions Seamingly Creative Periwinkle Provisions Sweet Home Choppers Cedar Shack * Heresco Chiropractic & Associates Wells Fargo, Advanced Chiropractic Clinic OMI/CH2MHILL As Eye See It Phototgraphy THANK YOU TO OUR 2012 SPONSORS: The Point Restaurant-Advanced Chiropractic * Larry Blake, Jr Attorney * Bond's Indian Supply * Cascade Timber Consulting Ir c. Cedar Shack * John M Shader DMD PC Farmers Insurance - Craig Fentiman, agent * Farmers Insurance - Karyn Hartsook, agent Foster Lake Mall * Heresco Chiropractic & Associates Kiwanis Club of Sweet Home * Krohn's Appliance Service * Les Schwab Tire Center Midway Grocery Oasis Fencing printallimages.com Gina Riley Diane Shank Robert Snyder, Attorney Star Attractions & Events State Farm Insurance - Beth Lambert, agent Sundberg, Rauch, Benneth, Horner & McFetridge CPAs * Sweet Home Choppers Sweet Home Sanitation Timberview Care Center Avamere Twin Oaks of Sweet Home Anona Selby Cathlene Selby Santiam Feed & Garden Center Umpqua Bank * Wolthuis Family Dentistry *Singing Christmas Tree Rose Peda A & W Restaurant Melcher Logging Lakeview Family Care Home* Anomynous(3)* WE APPRECIATE: Court Coordinators: Wendy Smith and Wendy Younger Alterations: Lerena Ruby, Seamingly Creative Chips N Splinters Committee: Michael Hall, Brandi Hawkins, Kapi Ranua, Michelle Knight, Firiel Severns and Wendy Smith. Media & Photos: The New Era (Sean Morgan, Scott & Miriam Swanson) Albany Democrat Herald (Alex Paul) Interviews: Ben Dahlenberg, Michael Hall, Wendy Smith, Shelley Strong and Wendy Younger Rock Star Nails: Nicole Devlin, Envy Nails Nutrition & Fitness Seminar: Vickie Bauer, Steelhead Strength & Fitness * Makeup Session: Laura Lewis, Mary Kay Raffle: Andrea Sanderson & Lerena Ruby Greeters: Sweet Home Ambassadors Float Designed & Built: .Martin Weber and helper John Smith Float Lettering: David Lamb, Sweet Home Signs Building Use - High Schoo.[ Auditorium: Sweet Home School District Program Design: Christopher Pinto, The New Era Program Printing: The New Era Special thanks to all our talent contestants and Sweet Home Chamber of Commerce Board. 0 influence and cited for failure to drive within lane, 4400 block of Main. Cited and released. July 20 10:55 a.m. - Lebanon Police Department served a Sweet Home warrant on Julia Rose Trietsch, 25, for failure to appear on original charge of possession of a controlled substance within 1,000 feet of a school, Lebanon. 12:57 p.m. - Dorothy Craig Trent, 86, cited for following too closely in two-vehicle crash, Highway 20 and Clark Mill. Second driver was Karla Suzette Railey, 39. 1:39 p.m. - Caller reported that his home was burglarized, 500 block of Oak Terrace. 3:20 p.m. - Joseph Arthur Williams, 34, arrested for two counts of disorderly conduct and probation violation, 607 Fourth Ave. Transported to Linn County Jail. 4:36 p.m. - Caller reported that someone stole $300 from her wallet while she was working, 1323 Main St Figaro's. Report taken. 9:34 p.m. - Aaron Robert Baldinger, 26, cited and released in field for third-degree theft, 1540 Main St Safeway. See Safety, page 9