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I  Ililii Jlillllllg[Jallilt ili! :1 i"e ra - December 31,2008 - VouR COMMUNITV Page 15 TilE COPS We have seen semi's "'parked" in the middle turn lane on main street. We often see trucks in front of McDonalds which is also near the police station. Is this legal? It seems like a safety issue. Good question. As a matter of fact I had to go back and study the "Parking, Stopping and Stand- ing" statutes before answering. As I understand your question, you are referring to large trucks that sometimes park in the turn lane or alongside the roadway to make a delivery to a business. You might also see this on smaller side streets, when a truck temporarily stops to load or unload at a business with too small of a parking lot or no parking lot at all. As you can imagine, in many urban areas the only way trucks can make business deliveries is to temporar- ily park in the street. In Oregon, there are actually three main statutes that make up the "'no parking" laws.  811.550 - 811.560) The parking you de- scribed may be lawful if it is im- practicable to park off the roadway and the truck is "parked momen- tarily for the purposes of and while actually loading or unloading prop- erty or passenges." I believe each situation would have to be evaluated on its own to see if a violation was occurring. If you see this occurring and believe a imminent safety risk is present, please call us and we will be glad to takea look. Dwight Slade - A Legend in Stand Up Comedy Got something you've been won- dering about that our local Police Department might be able to shed light on? E-mail your question to us at sean@sweethomenews.com, or call us at 367-2135, and we'll get an answer. Please keep'ques- Dinner and Comedy Show B-B-Oue Steak Dinner, Baked Potato, Garlic Bread and a Salad PREPAID PRICES Dinner $9.50 per person Comedy Show $10.00 per person Dinner and Comedy Show $1&00 per person NIGHT OF EVENT PRICES Dinner S 11.00 perperson Comedy Show $1ZOO per person tions general - don't ask about spe- " DinnerandComedyShow$21.00perperson cific incidents or cases. SWEET HOME ELKS LODGE No 1972 5Proudly qresents A Night of Comedy PROSPECTIVE MEMBER NIGHT A Great Opportunity to Visit Our SMOKE FREE Fac tes, Enjoy a Great Meat and a Hilarious Comedy Show and Learn More about Becoming an Elk JANUARY I0, 2009 Dinner 6:00 - 7:00 PM Comedy Show Starts at 7:45 PM FOR RESERVATIONS Call 541-367-3559 Wed-Sat after 3:00 PM Children Welcome Until 10:00 PM ]11 Art Kru - One of the Funniest Ever to Come Out of the Northwest Meth lab found After being gone for a few days, a Sweet Home man came home to find a meth lab in his camper Monday. "The owner of the vehicle called and reported finding suspicious items in it." Sweet Home Police Sgt. Jeff Lynn said. He found that his camper had been entered while he was gone and discovered the items when he went into it. A police officer responded at approximately 1:55 p.m. to the location, a camper parked in front of 1004 Nandina St., and located what he believed were items needed for a meth lab. Linn County Sheriff's Office assisted with processing the lab, Lynn said. Items seized included chemicals, glassware, suspected meth residue and other lab items. Police made no arrests, and the investigation is continuing. Anyone with information that might help should contact Sweet Home Police Department at 367-5181. i Safety From page 14 Dec. 22 3:24 p.m. - Caller reported she had been trying to locate her missing adult homeless brother for 20 months. She had a cell phone but needed a police report for the phone company to access the GPS chip. Infornation noted. The brother had never lived in Sweet Home, and the caller planned to contact his last known address. 5:17 p.m. - Caller reported that a Christmas carousel decoration valued at approximately $100 was stolen sometime over night. 6191 Main St.. Foster Lake Campground. 7:24 p.m. - Caller reported his cell phone was missing for about three weeks and when the bill arrived. learned that someone had been using it. Officer took a report for second- degree theft, Midway area. 8:57 p.m. - Mykal David Hildebrand, 44, cited for speeding, 45-25, 1600 block of 18th. This special public safety message from your friends and neighbors at: SWEET HOME AUTO & TRUCK SUPPLY NAPA 899 Main St. 367-6966 UMPQUA BANK 1890 Main St. 367-7070 SWEET HOME VETERINARIAN 1214 Long St. 367-3131 A&W 1010 Main St. 367-4893 BOB RICHARDS AUTO SALES 200 Main St. 367-8872 COFFEE HUT 2450 Hwy 20 367-75 l0 ADVANCED FAMILY EYECARE 2245 Long St. 367-2188 FARMERS INSURANCE CRAIG FENTIMAN 3037 Main St. 367-5121 CHEWYS PUB & GRUB 1200 12th Ave. 367-5119 HaYS HARDWARE 3041 Main SL 367-2221 LES SCHWAB TIRE CENTER 1707 Main St, 367-6131 OREGON JAMBOREE EO. Box 430 367-8909 SUNSHINE ESPRESSO 1209 Main St. 367-7404 RICE LOGGING 25530 Rice Rd. 367-4896 SANTIAM CHIROPRACTIC 920 Main St. 367-6163 STEVE HANSCAM CPA 1331 Main St. 367-2157 SWEET HOME FUNERAL CHAPEL 1443 Long St. 367-2891 THE LAST FRONTIER 1234 Main St. 367-6064 VICTOR DEVELOPMENTS Sweet Home, Oregon THE POINT RESTAURANT 6305 Hwy 20 367-1560 OVERHEAD DOOR 1400 18th Ave. 367-6157 CRACKERS CARS 3195 S. Santiam Hwy - Lebanon 258-2175 STEELHEAD STRENGTH & FITNESS 1295 Main St. 367 - 1904 SWEET HOME FIRE & AMBULANCE 1099 Long St. 367-5882 THE NEW ERA 1313 Main Street 367-2135 DAIRY QUEEN 1354 Main Street 367-2622 Drinking and driving can destroy more than your holiday Before you drink and drive this holiday season, consider the consequences: finoncial penalties, loss of your drivers licence, destruction of your vehicle, injury, death, or the responsibility for the injury or death of another. It's a no-win solution. During this holiday season, and throughout the new year, show appreciation and respect for the health and happiness of yourself and others - choose a designated driver when attending a party. When hosting a party, be sure to supply non- alcoholic beverages for your guests who are driving.