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Knights Ferry News for January 9, 2013

POSTED January 8, 2013 9:40 p.m.


The Dollings have an interesting story. Fred was going out his gate when he spotted something lying in the road. Upon closer inspection he found a dead eagle! He called Lisa at the Army Corp and she sent a Fish and Game person. Looking the bird over, he found burn marks; the eagle had flown into the power lines. They turned the bird over to Fish and Wildlife and they will see that Indian tribes will receive the feathers, as Indians are the only people allowed to have eagle feathers. Fish and Wildlife are going to look at the power lines to see if they are too close together for birds. Fred said the eagle was beautiful!


Condolences go out to Richard and Leta Lutz on the death of their son, Timothy on December 20th. He also leaves a son, Kyla and a sister Lisa.

Also condolences go out to the Richardson family on the death of Larry, the Burtschi family on the death of Mickie and the Spadini family on the death of David.


The Knights Ferry Community Church has a very active youth group. They had a karaoke party on the eve of New Year’s Eve and all had a good time. They meet on the second and fourth Sundays from 4:00 to 6:00 p.m.


Ask Ellen Wearin about the “gift” that she got from Lynn Burroughs last Wednesday. Funny story!


There was a small turnout for the Knights Ferry Community Club meeting but lots of good desserts! The upcoming Civil War re-enactment was discussed. It will be March 23 and 24 and the club will again have a spaghetti dinner on that Saturday. The next meeting is a dinner meeting on February 7.


Don Diltz had a birthday in December. Got him on the list now!


Jordan and Alec Ray are having another Stamp Club meeting on January 19 at 10:00 a.m. in the library at Miller’s Hall. This is for those who have an interest in stamp collecting, from young collectors to old. Those just beginning can learn all about collecting and receive some stamps to start. Call the boys at 881-3353 if you have questions.


A partly true alert has been circulating about 90#. If you have to press 9 to reach an outside line, and someone calls saying they are from the phone company and want you to press 90# and hang up, that can leave your line open for anyone to access to call anywhere on your nickel! This only works on lines that have to dial 9 for an outside line.


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