Sherman County eNews #37

Content

  1. Sherman County Emergency Services January Activity Report
  2. Sherman County Court Notice of Board Vacancy
  3. Notice: Sherman County School District Board of Directors Board Meeting, Feb. 8
  4. Flea Market, Feb. 14
  5. Response to Questions Regarding the Oregon Office of Sheriff
  6. Links: This and That
  7. Links: Malheur Refuge Occupiers, FBI, Indictments 

1. Sherman County Emergency Services January Activity Report

~ Shawn Payne, Emergency Services

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Sherman County Ambulance

January 2016 Activity Report

Date Time Incident Location
1/01 7:03 AM Cardiac Issues Grass Valley
1/01 10:35 AM Nausea, Vomiting and Stomach Pain Grass Valley
1/02 8:46 AM Unresponsive Female Rufus
1/02 4:42 PM Hip Dislocation Grass Valley
1/03 1:25 PM Motor Vehicle Crash I-84 MP# 112-115
1/03 3:51 PM Motor Vehicle Crash I-84 MP# 100
1/06 10:33 PM Semi Truck Rollover US 97 MP# 43
1/12 1:27 PM Breathing Difficulty Moro
1/12 4:31 PM Chest Pain Circle K in Biggs
1/16 1:05 AM Seizure Wasco
1/16 4:58 PM Unknown Illness Wasco
1/18 5:41 AM Motor Vehicle Crash US 97 MP# 6
1/24 11:40 PM Difficulty Breathing Biggs

North Sherman County RFPD

December 2015 Activity Report

Date Time Incident Location
12-19 2:00 PM Motor Vehicle Crash Scott Canyon & Helms Lane

 

Moro Fire Department

December 2015 Activity Report

Date Time Incident Location
1-25 9:52 AM Alarm Sherman High School

January 2016 Activity Report

1-06 4:00 PM Dog in Sewer Pond Wasco Sewer Pond
1-16 1:05 AM Assist Ambulance Wasco
1-18 5:41 AM Motor Vehicle Crash US Hwy 97 MP# 6
1-25 9:58 AM Fire Alarm Sherman Jr./Sr. High School

 


2. Sherman County Court Notice of Board Vacancy 

NOTICE OF BOARD VACANCY

Notice is hereby given that the Sherman County Court is accepting names of individuals interested in filling a vacant community position on the Tri-County Hazardous Waste & Recycling Program Steering Committee. The Steering Committee serves Sherman, Wasco, and Hood River Counties, and its core services include coordination of regular hazardous waste collection events and being available as the information hub for hazardous waste and solid waste within in the three-county area. The appointee will be expected to attend meetings and be an active committee member. Persons interested in serving should contact the Sherman County Court at P.O. Box 365, 500 Court Street, Moro, OR 97039, 541-565-3416, or lhernandez@co.sherman.or.us .


3. Notice: Sherman County School District Board of Directors Board Meeting, Feb. 8

The Sherman County School District Board of Directors will hold a Regular Board Meeting at 7:00 p.m. on Monday, February 8, 2016. This meeting will be held in the meeting room of the Sherman Jr./Sr. High School-Public Library.

Sherman County School District

Board of Directors Meeting

Public/School Library

65912 High School Loop

Moro, Oregon 97039

AGENDA

February 8, 2016

7:00 p.m. Regular Meeting

 

7:00 p.m. REGULAR MEETING

  1. CALL MEETING TO ORDER
    1. Pledge of Allegiance
    2. Approve Board Meeting Agenda, February 8, 2016
  2. COMMENTS FROM VISITORS
    1. Audience Communications (Testimony related to agenda items.)
  3. (The Sherman County School District Board of Directors welcomes and encourages public comment and communication regarding District programs and policies. If you wish to speak, please place your name and the specific topic you wish to comment on prior to the meeting on the signup sheet on the counter near the entrance. Because time available is limited, there may be a time limit placed on each person who wishes to speak. The Chair has authority to keep order and to impose any reasonable restrictions necessary to conduct an efficient meeting. The Board reserves the right to delay discussion on any item presented until later in the meeting or at a subsequent meeting. Objective criticism of operations and programs will be heard but not complaints concerning specific personnel. Thank you.)
  4. PRESENTATIONS/RECOGNITION
    1. Recognition of Students, Staff and Community Members
    2. Students of the Quarter
    3. SJSHS Student Body Report
  5. ADOPTION OF CONSENT AGENDA
    1. Business
      1. Approve School Board Meeting Minutes from January 11, 2016
      2. Bill Listing, Financial Statement
    2. Personnel
      1. Approve Ethan Moore, Volunteer High School Track Coach
      2.  
  6. (All items adopted by a single motion unless pulled for consideration)
  7. REPORTS AND PRESENTATIONS
    1. Superintendent Report – Wes Owens
    2. Administrator Report for Jr./Sr. High – Bill Blevins
    3. Dean of Students Report for Sherman Elementary – Cindie King
    4. Sheriff’s Office Presentation – Brian Hulke
    5. Construction Project Manager Report – Mike Marino
  8. UNFINISHED BUSINESS
    1. Preschool Integration into Comprehensive K-12 Facility Continued Discussion
    2. Second Reading Policy FF – Naming Facilities
    3. Second Reading Policy FFA – Memorials Honoring Deceased Students/Staff
    4. Grass Valley Property Potential Use Continued Discussion
    5. Approve Lease Agreement with South Sherman Fire
    6. Phase II Construction Options Update
    7. North Central ESD Services Update
  9. NEW BUSINESS
    1. Establish Budget Calendar for 2016-17
    2. Superintendent Evaluation Timeline
    3. Advantage Dental Screening and Sealant Program
    4. 2016-17 School Calendar Draft 1
    5. Snow Makeup Days Conversation
    6. Declare Surplus Items
      1. (1) Ansul Hood (approximately 7’ x 3’9”)
      2. (1) Rollup Door (approximately 7’10” x 4’ 2”)
      3. (10) 8’-4 bulb fluorescent light fixtures
      4. (1) 11 hp Briggs and Stratton Pressure Washer
      5. (1) 11’6” 2×6 Coat Rack with Wooden Pegs
    7. COMMENTS FROM VISITORS
    1. Audience Communications (Testimony related to non-agenda items.)
  10. FUTURE AGENDA ITEMS, CLOSING COMMENTS AND NEXT STEPS
  11.  
  12. NEXT MEETING
    1. Next regular board meeting, March 14, 2016
    2.  
  13. ADJOURNMENT

4. Flea Market, Feb. 14

The last Flea Market for the season will be held Sunday, Feb. 14th at The Dalles Civic Auditorium in the Community Room.  Admission to the public is free.  Thirty vendors will be participating. Sandoz Farm will have lunch items for sale.  Doors open at 11am to 4pm.  For more information call 541-298-8533. All spaces have been filled.


5. Response to Questions Regarding the Oregon Office of Sheriff

~ Oregon State Sheriffs’ Association

Sheriffs in all 36 Oregon counties have taken an oath to support the Constitution of the United States, the Constitution of Oregon, and the laws thereof. Our oath is our pledge to you, to be conservators of the peace for our citizens, while being respectful of the rights afforded to all of us under the Constitution. What a great state and nation we live in that allows everyone to express their opinion, hold a sign in protest, lobby for change and live free without fear of retaliation from the government. Our founding fathers created a system of government consisting of three branches: legislative, judicial and executive. Sheriffs and Sheriff’s Offices are part of the executive branch, charged with enforcement of laws as directed by the legislative branch and interpreted by the judicial branch. Under our system of government, the judicial branch is given the authority to interpret the Constitutionality of our laws. We are a nation of laws, and the executive branch cannot override the laws passed by the legislative branch, nor can we ignore the clear guidance of the judicial branch. There is a process for changing the laws of our great nation and for amending our Constitution, and that process does not involve the armed takeover of government facilities and disruption of an entire community. We fully support the expression of political opinions, and advocating for change within the legal system — that is what sets our country apart from developing countries where the government is changed by an armed takeover. Recently, men and women have broken the law and encouraged others to take up arms against our local and federal governments. These individuals have used firearms and their interpretation of the Constitution to justify their criminal behavior. These militia men and women have broken into publicly owned buildings, disrespected Native American heritage and intimidated and harassed local residents and officials. These men and women are asking for change, and we support their right to challenge our government to make change. However, we do not agree with or support any citizen or elected official who would advocate for change in a manner that includes illegal action, threats of violence, or violence against any citizen of the United States. 


6. Links: This and That

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She Who Watches—Tsagaglalal

http://www.ochcom.org/chinook/

Oregon Cultural History Commission

http://www.ochcom.org/index.html

President Franklin Delano Roosevelt

https://en.wikiquote.org/wiki/Franklin_D._Roosevelt#Speech_to_the_Democratic_National_Convention_.281936.29

President Franklin Delano Roosevelt

https://en.wikiquote.org/wiki/Franklin_D._Roosevelt#Message_to_Congress_on_Tax_Revision_.281935.29

President Barack Obama: National Prayer Breakfast

http://www.breitbart.com/big-government/2016/02/04/at-national-prayer-breakfast-obama-preaches-against-gospel-of-fear/

Defense News

http://www.defensenews.com/

Owyhee Canyonlands Wilderness Proposal

http://www.opb.org/news/article/owyhee-canyonlands-wilderness-proposal-hits-new-spotlight-following-burns-occupation/#.VrFbPkMvu0I.facebook

Citizens in Opposition to the Owyhee Canyonlands Monument

https://www.facebook.com/Citizens-in-Opposition-to-the-Owyhee-Canyonlands-Monument-1104840662861159/


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7. Links: Malheur Refuge Occupiers, FBI, Indictments

Indictment Returned in the Malheur National Wildlife Refuge Occupation

Bundy_Indictment_unsealed.pdf

FBI’s hands-off strategy in Malheur follows lessons learned

http://www.eastoregonian.com/eo/local-news/20160204/fbis-hands-off-strategy-in-malheur-follows-lessons-learned

A Rational Case in Defense of Ammon Bundy and the Oregon Occupation: Sheriff David Clarke

A Rational Case in Defense of Ammon Bundy and the Oregon Occupation: Sheriff David Clarke

Payment in Lieu of Taxes

https://www.doi.gov/pilt


 

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