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Page 12 Vct ii (.CMMI INITV :tte , r= - December 31, 2008 MUNiCiPAL COURT Nov. 20 • Thomas Michael Adkins, found guilty, speeding, 21-30 over limit in a construction or school zone. fined $355. • Anna Christine Agee, guilty, minor in possession of alcohol. license suspended, fined $367: charge dismissed, open container of alcohol in vehicle as passenger. • Pedro Angulo Jr.. no contest. speeding, 11-20 mph over limit. fined $175. • Cathy Ann Bain. charges dismissed, failure to yield to an emergency vehicle, failure to carry license and driving while suspended. misdemeanor: guilty, driving under the influence, sentenced to 21 days of jail. 48 months probation and 10 days compensatory service, fined $2.511 : guilty, possession of less than an ounce of a controlled substance. license suspended, fined $500. • Floyd Lewis Baltezore. no contest, driving while suspended. misdemeanor, sentenced to 24 months probation. 10 days compensatory service, fined $658. • Michael Alan Bloom, no contest, driving while suspended. misdemeanor, sentenced to 24 months probation and 10 days compensatory service, fined $1.158: charge dismissed, no insurance. • Timothy R. Campbell, charge dismissed, no insurance: no contest. failure to carry proof of insurance. fined $200: no contest, no insurance, fined $200. • Brian Scott. no contest. driving while suspended, fined $300: charges dismissed, failure to change information on license, operating with nonstandard lighting, no insurance. providing false information to a police officer: no contest, failure to change information on vehicle registration, fined $75; no contest. failure to signal a turn. fined $75. • Albert Lawrence Cooper. charge dismissed, driving while Thank you for rusfing us financial needs. "s] State Farm Insurance Beth Lambert and her team: Amy Disfn'aw --Tina Larsen -- Samantha Pierce JNSURAN’fm 727 Long Street, Sweet Home,*1(541) 367-4353 II suspended. • Miranda A. Cornwell. no contest, allowing alcohol consumption by minor on property, fined $200: no contest, minor in possession of alcohol, license suspended, fined $300. • Andrea Lynn Leilani Davis. charge dismissed, third-degree theft. completed deferral. • John Thorndvke Davis. guilty, no insurance, fined $200: failure to carry proof of insurance, fined $200. • Joshua Clinton Edwards. no contest, second-degree theft. sentenced to 12 months probation. seven days comPensatory service and no contact with Walter Windom, fined $175: no contest, minor in possession of alcohol, license suspended, fined $262. • Donald Richard Evenson Jr.. charge dismissed, driving under the influence, completed deferral. • Anthony Joe Gandrud. guilty, failure to properly use seatbelt, fined $73. • Daniel Avery Goffinet. no contest, no insurance, fined $200: charge dismissed, failure to carry proof of insurance. • Justin Wade Gregory, charges dismissed by city attorney, second- degree criminal trespass and three counts of mail theft: • James Richard Hicks. no contest, failure to properly use seatbelt, fined $73. • Harry Allen Jarvis, no contest. speeding, 11-20 mph over limit, fined $109. • Deborah Ann Jensen, charges dismissed by city attorney, second-degree disorderly conduct and obtaining contents of REGISTER NOW! Winter Term Begins January 5. Browse our schedule of classes: www.linnbenton.edu/go/schedule Sweet Home Credit Classes BUSINESS TECHNOLOGY Business Tech Lab ......................... 1/05....MW ....... 5:30-8:30p WRITING LAB WRI 15, WRI 2 I, WR122, WR123... 1/07 ....W .......... 4:30-9:00p PSYCHOLOGY PSY203 General Psychology .......... 1/06....T ........... 6:00-8:50p MATH LAB MTH20, MTH60, MTH65, MTH95 .... 1/06....TR ......... 5:30-8:30p MATH 60 LECTURE MTH60 Intro to Algebra ............... 1/05....MW ....... 5:30-7:20p Sweet Home Noncredit Classes COMPUTERS MS Word 2007 Basics ................... 2110....T ........... 6:00-8:50p First Step to Computers ............... 1/22....R ........... 6:00-8:50p Second Step to Computers ........... 2119....R ........... 6:00-8:50p Adobe Photoshop Elements II .... 1/06....T ........... 6:00-8:50p lntro to Digital Photography ....... I110....S .......... 9:00-11:50a ART/HOME & GARDEN Quilters Workshop ..: ..................... 3/14 ....S .......... 9:00a-3:S0p Silver Jewelry ................................. 2/21 ....S .......... 9:00a-2:50p Calligraphy ..................................... 1/06....T ........... I:00-3:20p Wheel-Throwing Pottery ............... 1/06....T ........... 6:00-8:50p HEALTH & FIRST AID First Aid & CPR ............................. 2/28....S .......... 8:00a-4:50p M:Monday; T:Tuesdo W:Wednesdo/, R:Thuday. F:FMoy. S:Saturdav COMMUNITY COLLEGE LBCC is an equa opporunry nsttuton. For disability accommodations. call 9 W-4789, Submit requests 4to 6 weeks in advance DANCE & PHYSICAL EDUCATION Country Couples 2-Step Dance ..... 1/05....P1 ........... 8:00-9:20p Line Dance .................................... I / 12 ....II ........... 6:30-7:50p Aquatic Fitness ........................... ... 1/05....HWF ..... 6:45-7:35a Aquatic Fitness .............................. 1105....MWR ..... 7:30-8:20p Cardio Strength/Balance Combo ...... 1106....TR ....... 9:30-10:20a Tai Chi ........................................... 1/06....TR ..... 10:30-11:20a Yoga ............................................... 1/06 ....TR ......... 6:30-7:20p SPECIAL INTEREST ABE/GED Classes ........................... 1/05 ....M ......... 9:00-11:50a .................................................................... TWL.8:30-12:20p Life Stories ..................................... 1108 ....R ........... 2:00-3:50p Joe Meek: Oregon's I st Marshall ..... 2/09....M ........... 1:00-2:50p Incredible Years .............................. 1/13 ....T ........... 6:00-7:50p Getting Started & Financial Aid...2/05....R ........... 6:00-7:50p Career Planning ............................. 2/05 ....R ........... 5:00-5:50p Getting Organized ......................... 1tl4....W .......... 4:00-4:50p Help Me Remember This Stuff ...... 1128....W .......... 4:00-4:50p Better Notes+Better Tests=Better Grades 2/04.....W .......... 4:00-4:50p No Stressin' From Testin'.......= ....... 2/II....W .......... 4:00-4:50p AARP Driver Safety Program ........ TBA ...... RF ..... 8:30a-12:20p Brownsville Classes EXERCISE/PHYSICAL EDUCATION Cardio Weight Training ................. 1/06....TR ......... 6:00-6:50p Cardio Weight Training ................. 1/06....TR ....... 5:00a-5:50a Strength Training ........................... 1/05....MWF ..... 8:00-8:50a Light Cardio Conditioning ............. 1/5 ...... MW ....... 6:00-6:50p Better Bones & Balance ............... 1106....TR ......... 9:00-9:50a Yoga/Pilates ................................... 1/06 ....TR ......... 8:00-8:50a Yoga ............................................... 1/06 ....TR ......... 5:00-5:50p Sweet Home Center 1661 Long St. n (541) 367-6901 Photo by Scott Swanson Lights for Weddle Bridge Ryder Thayer, 5, foreground, keeps things orderly on Dec. 18 as his mother. Shannon Thaver. and city Public Works employees lighted Weddle Bridge for the holidays. In the background. James Goble at- taches lights as Mike Chiaffino and Mark Montigue watch. Thayer, who chairs the Sweet Home Active Revitalization Effort (SHARE) Programming and Marketing Committee, organized the lighting ef- fort. She said the lift truck was provided by Sweet Home School Dis- trict. The brightly colored lights may be seen on the bridge at night. communications. • Robbie Ray Kennedy, no contest, driving while suspended. fined $350. • Timothy Lee Kennedy, charge dismissed, third-degree theft. completed deferral. • David Andrew Kirby, guilty by default, driving while suspended, fined $823: guilty by default, careless driving, with accident, fined $823. • Richard Alan Kramer. no contest, speeding, 1t-20 mph over limit, fined $145. • Boyd Hoopes Lewis. guilty by default, disobeying traffic control device, fined $427. • Timothy Scott McCraven. no contest, failure to properly use seatbelt, fined $73. • Nicholas Alan Meola, driving under the influence, completed deferral. • Forrest Clayton Norman. charges dismissed by city attorney, harassment and interference with making a report. • Ronald Norman Olson, charge dismissed, driving under the influence, completed deferral. • James Kenneth Ormsby, charge dismissed, failure to carry proof of insurance; guilty, no insurance, fined $200. • Cheryl Jean Pierce. guilty, speeding in a construction or school zone. 11-20 mph: fined $208. • Samuel Issac Ramirez. charges dismissed, no insurance and failure to carry proof of insurance. • Thomas Lee Ramsey, charge dismissed, fourth-degree assault: no contest, sentenced to 24 months probation and five days compensatory service, fined $125: no contest, harassment, sentenced to 24 months probation and five days compensatory service. • Russell V. Reed. charge dismissed, failure to properly use • See Court, page 13 We hope all your family and friends are able to gather together fo share this special time of year. 1744 Main Street * Sweet Home, Oregon ""