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psmoking ss to begin Grand Ronde Jan. 25: Contacted suspect in re- want to help people withgard to an assault with Polk county of their new year's law enforcement at 9:42 p.m. on says Dick Wheeler, Grand Ronde Road. of a "Staying Free from Jan. 27: Assist state Children Ser- vices Division with incident at Hebo tried to quit smoking onRoad residence occurring at 9:25 might have found out a.m. Now there will be Wlllamlna anized, based on Jan. 28: Report of possible poach- of experience and over 15 ing at 2:16 a,m. at a Washington t graduates. Street residence. , been a heavy smoker Jan. 28: False alarm at same Wheeler said, "and l like Washington Street residence at 7:59 experience the great a.m. free from that Jan. 28: Investigation into an al- leged sex crime at Willamina Villa to statistics, 360,000 Apts. Investigation occurred at 4:15 annually from tobacco- p.m. Jan. 28: A pick-up truck reportedly "That's more than was driven into a ditch at 1845 Rock 747 jetliners crashing Creek Road. It was investigated at People know that smoking6:45 p.m. No injuries were reported. for them. Now they will Sheridan to break and stay free,"Jan. 23" Vandalism reported to mailbox on SW Mill Street at 6:40 'Staying Free from Smoking" a.m. p.m. Feb. 9, and Jan 23: A report of alleged child the week from Feb. abuse and neglect at a residence on will be held at the West Main Street. No arrests were hall of the Seventh-Day reported. Report occurred at 2:17 Church in Grand Ronde. p.m. information call 879-5276 Jan. 24: Responded to a false The seminar is free. alarm at residence on SW Highway 18 at 8:05 a.m. to meet Jan. 25: Juvenile arrested and charged with theft at 7:30 p.m. city council meets Jan. 26: Cherry Hill resident te- n. Thursday in city hall. ported shots heard coming from include discussion of a town at 10:20 p.m. Jan. 27: Report of two male su- action on helping to spects entering rear window of Sears a regional water system stu- Store, 132 S. Bridge St, at 12:38 a.m. from the West Val- No arrests reported. erce to use city Jan. 27: Five dead sheep found at center for the Wil- Second Street and Highway 18 at Ronde-Sheridan area. 5:12 p.m. Sheriff's reports 1 f you' re saying no to drugs or trying to avoid prescrip- non OVeruse you can choose a healthy alternative for rea ment of: 'Pain Chronic Falieue :Allergies Infections " Depression Diseases Ir Stop smoking in one effective 25 minute Irealmenl. 0r COmplete individualized treatment k )rany health problem call 434-6515. BRUCE DICKSON. N D ~,3lurl)p;llhR" Iqh sici;ul Jan 29: Highway 18B resident complaints of harassment from low flying planes from the Sheridan air- port at 4:21 p.m. Police reports Jan. 21: Forgery arrest at Yamhill St. and Lincoln St. Jan. 29: Criminal mischief arrest at 219 S. Bridge St. Wfllamina Police Report Jan. 26: Criminal mischief at 401 3rd St. Fire reports Sheridan Fire Report Jan. 25: Chimney fire on Rock Creek Rd. Jan. 29: Barn fire on McKibben Rd. Willamina Fire Report Jan. 25: Chimney fire on Yamhill St. Jan. 25: Chimney fire on 5th St. Jan. 29: Chimney fire on Sth St. Wiilamina Ambulance Report Jan. 24: Motor vehicle accident on Hwy. 18 at milepost 16. Jan. 24: General medical on Joe Day Way. Jan. 25: Assault/trauma on North St. in Grand Ronde. Jan. 29: Motor vehicle accident on Hwy. 18 at Steel Bridge Road. Jan. 29: General medical on Hill Dr. Sheridan Ambulance Report Jan. 25: General medical at Madi- son St. Jan. 26: General medical at E. Main St. Jan. 27: General medical at Main St. Jan. 29: General medical at Harri- son St. Jan. 29: Trauma at Yamhill St. Willamina lists public meetings Here's the City of Willamina's public meetings for February. Feb. 2: Police committee, 7:30 p.m. Feb. 6: Planning commission, 7:30 p.m. Feb. 7: Finance committee, 7:30 p.m. Feb. 9: executive session of city Wednesday, February 1, 1989, The Sun 11 ires au The Willamina City Council agreed at their Jan. 26 meeting to re- tain Gregor Professional Corp. of Portland as city auditors for fiscal 1989 at a cost not to exceed $4,600. The council expressed satisfaction with Gregor's work in 1988. "Last year's audit was the first au- council, 7 p.m.; regular city council dit in five years that was any good," said councilman Gary Wooden. meeting, 7:30 p.m. Feb. 13: library board, 7:30 p.m. "l couldn't ask for better in library, work with," added city Feb. 14: public affairs committee, Myna Snellings. 7:30 p.m. The council also decided to send a Feb. 21: utility committee, 7:30 letter informing Milan Miller, the p.m. owner of the property at the west end Feb. 23: regular city council mee- of 5th Street, and his renter, Ray ting, 7:30 p.m. Holcomb, that they are in violation of All meetings, except those noted, are held in the city council chambers a city ordinance prohibiting barbed in city hall. All meetings, except exe- cutive sessions, are open to the pub- lic. Sheridan tells public meetings Here's a list of the City of Sheri- dan meetings for February. Feb. 6: Planning commission, 7 p.m. Feb. 7: Special city council mee- ting, 7:30 p.m. Feb. 14: Police commission, 1:30 p.m.; public works committee, 7:30 p,m, Feb. 21: Finance committee, 7 p.m.; regular city council, 7:30 p.m. All meetings are held in the Sheri- dan library conference room. All meetings are open to the public. Suretuff KitchenI Pine Cleaner Assorted Shampoos & Trash Bags I Conditwners 99 99* /') Umbrella [ -- 2 R'-'---on P '-Iack 6 Roll Pac'--'--'--k I d I Paper Toilet | Towels Tissue I 9'1'11 99 I 99'1 BflH IEi R I N'S ILY I 2622 N. 99W Near K-Mart McMinnville I Monday thru Saturday 10 am - 5:30 pm 472-0358 ! people to recorder wire and electric fences. The Miller property has both. Councilman Steve McNamara ex- pressed concern that the city would be libel in case of an accident. "People don't hesitate to sue the city," he said. 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