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Sept. 21" Harassment investigation at SE Bridge and SE Sheridan Rd. Willamina Police Reports Sept. 11: Investigation of harassment/ assault at NE Main and NE B St. Sept. 12: Chainsaw taken from pickup at NE C and NE Main. Sept. 17: Arrested Beau Tucker on a Yamhill County Circuit Court warrant. Sept. 17: Arrested Richard Fries for carrying a concealed firearm and ex-con in possession. Arrested Jimmy Sabey for carrying a concealed firearm at 1 st and B St. Sept. 17: Cited juvenile for curfew violation on Main St. Sept. 17: Cited two juveniles for curfew violations at E. Main and Oaken Hills Rd. Sept. 17: Arrested juvenile for reckless burning at 266 SE Washington St. Sept. 21: Took report of theft of head- lights from a van at 330 S. Main. Sheridan Fire District Reports Fire calls Sept. 10: Smoke reported on Goosen- eck Rd. i RESERVATION HOTLINE 843-3337 Sept. 11: Illegal burn on Dupee Valley Rd. Sept. 12: Wildland fire on Frank Rd. Sept. 12: Motor vehicle accident on Ballston Rd., no transport. Sept. 13: Shortness of breath on SE Baker St., one transport. Sept. 13: Bee sting at station, one transport. Sept, 13: Diabetic problem on NW Wednesday, September 28, 1994, The Sun 3 Backyard burn season to begin The fall backyard burning season will begin Oct. 1 on declared bum days. The season will run through Dec. 15. Local fire officials urge everyone to be especially careful this season because of the dry summer and hot September. During the fall burn season, yard debris may be burned during days designated by local fire depart- ments. MOVIETIME Basept. 12: Motor vehicle accident on Evans, one transport. listen Rd. Sept. 14: General medical problem on ]. The Crow I Sept. 14: Illegal burn on Gopher Valley Ballston Rd., one transport. Gravel is spread on Willamina Drive as first step for repaving 2. Chasers I and Beaver Creek Rd. Sept. 15: Motor vehicle accident at Red the road. Martin & Wright Paving of McMinnville will complete3.8 Seconds I fi Sept. 15: Motor vehicle accident with Prairie and Hwy 18, one transport, the $52,458 project this week.--Photo by George Robertson. 4. Beyoncl the Low | re at Red Prairie Rd and Hwy 18. Sept. 16". Fall victim walked into station, ~e one transport. 5. Threesome | R Pt.16: Fire at Red Prairie and Frank SepL16:Burnviotimwalkedir~tosta- EX teacher charged 7. Greedy | L tion, no transport. 6. Mothers Boys | , . Pt. 17: Smoke investigation at W. Sept. 16: Person with broken nose 1 8. The StonO I "~am and Western . walked into station one transport. 9. Schincller's List | ~epL19' Smoke investigation at Hwy SepL f g: Shortness of breath on Ball- with 196 (offenses ,o, , 18 and Red Prairie Rd ston Rd one transport. _ ~epL 19' Brush fire ai Hwy 18 and Red Sept. 71'9: Shortness of breath on R ver- NEW - COMING SOON: | Prairie Rd' side Dr. one transport. • BoO Girls - 9/28 | ~ept. 20: Smoke investigation at Red sept.' 20: Rapid heart rate on SE = Being Humeri - 9/28 I Prairie and Harmony Rd Sheridan Rd., one transport. A retired teacher who lives in Judge John Collins who scheduled a = Breothing Lessons - 9/28I ,sePt. 20: Brush fire on Dupee Valley Sept. 21: General medical problem at Sheridan has been accused of 196 trial date Jan. 10. A pre-trial confer- ~d. Fort Hill Restaurant, one transport, counts of sexual abuse involving ence is scheduled for Oct. 21.~ =,= ~, -m ~ _ ,-,,= ~ept. 21: Brush fire on Tucker Rd. Sept. 21: Move up to station 8. ~ Rent One, IP IP IP | • Sept. 21: Motor vehicle accident on sept. 21: Public assist on Harmony elementary students at a McMinn- An investigation began in March Got One r ~:¢: ¢: I ~WY22. Rd., no transport, ville public school. 1993 after sex abuse allegations ~ ~odAnyDayAnyflrne, | EMs Calls Sept. 22: Motor vehicle accident on James E. Mickelson, 59, of Rock surfaced, according to Jenni Jordan, ~ Movie or ~rne | ~ept. 10: Possible stroke on NE Ash, Hwy 22, no transport. Creek Road, denies the charges, chief deputy district attorney.~ Coupon good rnru Oct a, ]~4 I One transport Sept. 22: Possible stroke on Ballston ,=,,~- ~ ~ m ,,,,,= °~e transport Sept. 23: False alarm on SW Mill St., cleon of touching them repeatedly those that claim Mickelson touched o ,, oveooos=ooooe ootraos0o. 1987 an"990 w en 'nn r va"nal I taught 5th and 6th grade at Memo- breasts or buttocks of students and now at i~ rial Elementary School. put his hands under the clothing of I 130 E. Main | • • ': ..... • ........ ~ ...... ~i~¢: • :~ Mickelson pleaded not guilty several students on numerous occa- | ShE~dan ~"¢1~'jl9~ | ~:i~ Sept. 19 to the charges detailed in sions. an 80-page Yamhill County grand Mickelson was granted release 184'3-3337 (-~/~ / _ WEDNESDAY, SEPT. 28 p.m. Everyone welcome, jury indictment. He entered the with instruction to have no unsupcr- | New Hours: ~ | Seventh-day Adventist Community Ser- Serenity Sobriety--AA, Riley Porter ~ Center open to public, free clothing, Building Grand Ronde 6 p.m. pleas during arraignment beforevised contact with minors. I W Main, Sheridan, 10 a.m.-2 p.m. Bingo'Willamina vFvV Hall, 6 & 7:30 Sobriety--AA, Grand Ronde Center, 5 p.m. Civic Club afternoon social, Center, 1 p.m. no cost clothing, 400 SW Willamina, 10 a.m.-1 p.m. The Donut.Shop, 7 p.m. Business : Group, Coyote. a.m. Rotary, Green Frog, noon. , THURSDAY, SEPT. 29 Willamina city council, city hall 7:30 ~1~. L~gMid-week Gospel Meeting, American ion Hall, Sheridan, 7:30 p.m. • FRIDAY, SEPT. 30 SW Main, Willamina, 10 a.m.-1 p.m. • YCAp at The Care Closet, 400 SW Gambler's Anonymous, 627 N Evans, ~in, Willamina, 1-4 p m. Room E, McMinnville, 6:30 p.m. i~=PinOchle, American Legion Hall, 12:30 TUESDAY, OCT. 4 -m" Every°us we c°meconfederated Tribes Community ]Wecanfllly°urprintingneedslI p.,~ir~jo, AA, The Donut Shop, Willamina, 7-8 p.m. THE SUN - 843.2312 ~er, Grand Ronde, 6:30 p.m. Kiwanis, Vic's, Willamina, noon. ~ph SATURDAY, OCT. 1 e Care Closet, no cost clothing, 400 Listings in Community Calendar are free. [ RUBBER STAMPS Main, W amna, 10 a.m.-1 p.m. Deadline to submit items is h p.m. Friday ! THE SUN - 843-2312 inOChle, American Legion Hall, 6:30 prior to the following week's publication. p.m. * :~;~-~,~. .............. SUNDAY, OCT. 2 Bingo, American Legion Hall, Sheridan, 1 & 2 p.m. MONDAY, OCT. 3 WIIlamina Court Reports Sept. 22: Darren Gardner, failure to Willamina Civic Club, Senior Drop-In Sept. 22: Angelina Stanley, no Oregon appear in Lincoln County, driving unin- Center, 1 p.m. driver's license, pleaded guilty, sured, failure to register vehicle, improper Sobriety Anonymqus, The Donut Shop, Sept. 22: Ralph Whirler) Jr. failure to display regulation, wrote letter to reap- Willamina, 7 p.m. change address, failure to carry proof of pear 10-13-94. AI-An0n, 1st Christian Church, Willa- insurance, pleaded guilty, $130 fine. sept. 22: Peggy Haak, fail~re to wear mind, 7:30-8:30 p.m. Sept. 22: June Koenig, failure to wear seat belt, pleaded guilty, $49 fine. T.O.RS. (Take Off Pounds Sensibly), seat belt, failure to carry proof of insur- sept. 22: Sandi Boyd, failure to change Sheridan Church of the Nazarene, 6:30 ance, $140 fine. name/address, wrote letter to reappear p.m.--weigh-in & new members, 7 p.m.-- Sept. 22: Glenn Whitney, driving unin- 10-13-94. meeting, sured, $60 fine. Sept. 22: Michael Finley, failure to wear The Care Closet, no cost clothing, 400 Sept. 22: James Brown, driving unin- bike helmet, write 1000 word essay due sured, driving while suspended, resche- 10-13-94. duled for 10-13-94. Sept. 22: Martin Vakoc, violation of a basic rule, pleaded guilty, $50 fine. Julie Moser Pharmacist Treatment of Bipolar Disorder Bipolar disorder, also knowr as manic depression, affects about 3 million people in the United States. Men and women seem to be affected equally, with the onset of disorder occurring most often between the ages of 25 and 35. Bipolar illness tends to be cyclical. Periods of over- activity and excitement (mania) alternate with periods of deep depression. The condition is re- current and may worsen over time. While there is no directly identifiable cause for bipolar dis- order, it is thought that this con- dition may be brought on by ex- treme stress, severe infection, a stroke, or possibly injury to the brain. The first medication used with some degree of success against acute mania and the manic phase of bipolar disorder is lithium, a medicine that is thought to work by stabilizing the mood. In spite of the success of lithium in con- trolling mood swings, as many as 40 to 50 percent of individuals do not respond to the drug. Oth- ers complain of bothersome side effects such as fatigue, weight gain, mild tremors, and exces- sive urination. Other medicines are now being used as alterna- tives to lithium, with some suc- cess, against manic depression. These include three seizure medi- cines: cambamazapine (Tegre- tel®), divalproex (Depakote®), and valproic acid (Depakene®). HOME TOWN DRUGS 103 E. Main Street, Sheridan Phone 843-2422 Pharmacy Hours: Monday-Friday 9-6 Saturday 9 am to 1 pm Store Hours: ~-6 Monday-Saturday Steaks Fri. & Sat. Nights Homemade Pies & Desserts, Daily Specials IO orders available Breakfast & Lunch Specials Hours: Mon.-Frl. Sat. 6am-2pm; Hours: Mon. 6am-2:30pm Tues.-Sat. 6am.8:00pm Sun. m-2:3Opm 0u are invited to attend the festivities of Customer Appreciation Days, Saturday 1 and Sunday October 2 at our McMinnville store, 2741 N. Hwy 99W. visitors can join us for lunch between 11 a.m. and 1 p.m. We will be gers and pop for only $1.50 on Saturday only. appreciate your business and look forward to seeing you. The following sale rns are on special Saturday and Sunday only, October 1-2, 1994. ler: Men's Blitz , Rubbermaid )opper Shirts l Fuel and Tool 3.hcu.ft. ,tly irregular Container Garden Cart #182760 S S ( e r,&2only) 19.99 (Oc~ober,&2only) 69.9, elby Blitz Ace ACE .= Gloves lOll Drain Pan 4 Fluorescent Last year, thousands of phone books ended up in It's a great way to help the environment and fell0w 112 qt. capacitylq I/inhf Tuha #182761 .=.~ QUART ......... " r 01L DRAIN #3: 52 the trash, prolong the lives of our landfills, which are _ That's why Sprint/United Telephone and GTE already overbooked. ¢ $ = Northwest have joined with City Recycling, Newberg Yamhill County phone b(×)k recycling~ locations: Garbage Service & Recycling, and Fred/Meyer to ' organize a hone book rec clin cam ai ,n for 5bur local City Hall in: P Y g P g Amity, Carlton, Dayton, Dundee, lafayette, Yamhill Coting. Sheridan, Willamina, Yamhilt After your new phone book arrives, please drop off your old one at any of these locations where Grand Ronde you'll find a specially-marked collection bin. Elemental3' School $ ( $ per McMilmville 1&2only)$ 10.9!~ (October,&2only) s9.99 (Oc,ober,&2only) $ 13bun~le Phonebooksonlv, please Noplasticbags, news- City Recycling, 1850 Lafayette Avenue papers, magazines, books or other material. Newberg ,ST VALLEY FARMERS The phone book recycling campaign runs FredMeycr, 3300PortlandRoad(Hwy99W) through October 31. ' 342 S. Bridge Street - Sheridan - 843-3292 Sprint Monday-Friday 7:30 am to 6 pm, Saturday 8 am to 6 pm, Sunday 9 am to 4 pm v