Statesman Journal from Salem, Oregon on September 24, 2014 · Page A4
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Salem, Oregon
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Wednesday, September 24, 2014
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4A WEDNESDAY,SEPTEMBER24,2014 NOW S Website: Mobile: Go to iPhone & Android apps: Download free from app store Tablet: Go to Mobile: Go to Twitter: @Salem_Statesman Facebook: Alerts to email inbox: Sign up at GET THE LATEST NEWS, UPDATED THROUGHOUT THE DAY, AT YOUR FINGERTIPS S Atraffic crash involving multiple vehicles caused a scene on Highway 22 near the turnoff to Independence on Tuesday morn- i ng. The crash occurred shortly before 10 a.m. and involved at least three vehicles, one of which was a transit bus for Spirit Mountain Casino. The scene was scattered with pieces that had been torn off of c ars, but no one appeared to be seriously injured. Oregon State Police closed both eastbound lanes of Highway 22 a t the scene, directing traffic around with the single turn lane. B y 11a.m., state police were still on the scene talking to witnesses and re-creating how the crash occurred. The road remained d own to a single lane for eastbound traffic. B y noon, all lanes of the highway had been reopened. —Laura Fosmire Three-vehicle crash closes eastbound Highway 22 ANNA REED / STATESMAN JOURNAL State Troopers investigate the scene of a crash involving a Spirit Mountain Casino bus on Highway 22 near the Independence interchange on Tuesday. Health advisory issued for Clatsop County lake Ahealth advisory has been issued to avoid water contact at Culla- b y Lake in Clatsop County because o f elevated levels of toxins caused b y a bloom of blue-green algae. O fficials with the Oregon Health Authority issued the advisory for the popular recreation lake that is on the east side of Highway 101be- tween Seaside and Astoria. Water testing confirmed levels of cyanotoxins at concentrations that can be harmful to humans and animals. Swallowing or inhaling water d roplets as well as skin contact with t he water should be avoided. Drink- i ng water directly from Cullaby Lake is especially dangerous. —Henry Miller tion with the federal U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service. There was no comment prior to the vote, but one commissioner joked afterward, “be careful what you wish for.” “I’m keeping my options open. I’m thinking about it,” Melcher said after the meeting when asked if he was considering applying for the p ermanent director’s post. M elcher, 50, has worked for Fish a nd Wildlife 27 years. Prior to be- c oming the deputy director he was the Fish Division assistant administrator for the Columbia River and Marine Programs. The process for finding a new permanent director will be taken up by the commissioners at their Oct. 10 meeting in Medford. —Henry Miller Curt Melcher appointed Department of Fish and W ildlife interim director In a teleconference on Tuesday t hat lasted slightly longer than four m inutes, Curt Melcher was selected a s the interim director of the Oreg on Department of Fish and Wildlife. The six members of the Oregon Fish and Wildlife Commission voted unanimously to appoint Melcher, the department’s deputy director for fish and wildlife programs, to the post being vacated by Roy Elicker. Elicker’s last day at Salem head- q uarters was Sept. 19, and his resign ation becomes effective Oct. 1, the s ame day that Melcher becomes in- t erim director. Elicker is leaving to take a posi- To invest in tax-free bonds, call or visit your local financial advisor today. Keep a Little More of What You’ve Earned. 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A Walk Among Tombstones R 10:15* 1:15 4:15 7:25 10:00 This is Where I leave You R 10:25* 1:20 4:20 7:20 9:50 Maze Runner PG-13 10:00* 10:30* 12:55 1:25 3:55 4:25 7:00 7:30 9:35 10:05 Dolphin Tale 2 PG 10:20* 1:05 4:05 7:05 9:40 Guardians Of The Galaxy PG-13 10:10* 1:00 4:00 7:10 9:55 Lets Be Cops R 4:10 7:35 10:10 The Hundred Foot Journey R 10:05* 1:10 OR-0000353764 The following are marriage license applications received between Sept. 8 and Sept. 15. For more, go to Records. MARRIAGE LICENSES Marion County applications Mauricio Benito Bejarano, 32, Woodburn, and Maria Guadalupe Garcia Martinez, 27, Woodburn. Sean William Farris, 30, Silverton, and Katy Jo Marie Allen, 26, Silverton. Falicia Marie Manriquez, 25, Whiteshield, N.D., and Jordan Daniel Yellowbird, 25, Whiteshield, N.D. Peter Anthony Tobias, 34, Salem, and Nicole Marie Helms, 37, Salem. John Roger Bauer Jr., 26, Albany, and Brittany Lee Whiffen Austin, 24, Albany. S teven Lewis Bernhardt, 31, Aloha, and A manda Marie Liebe, 31, Aloha. Dennis Phil Manjares, 55, Salem, and May Lucille Mahoney, 51, Portland. Richard Roy Rory Casebeer, 33, Salem, and Molly Anne Brownlee, 32, Salem. Oswaldo Arnulfo Carranza, 34, Salem, and Laura Isabel Guzman, 26, Salem. Luis Abelardo Marquez Ruiz, 38, Keizer, and Claire Siervo Balanday, 28, Keizer. Paige Elizabeth Wheeler, 25, Salem, and Ryan Harrison Riffle, 23, Salem. Juan Diego Rodriguez Garibay, 20, Salem, and Guadalupe Garcia, 19, Salem. Scott Daniel Kenady, 46, Turner, and Jutta Petra Maria Jokiranta de Trallero, 4 4, Turner. Michael Joe Kessler, 24, Salem, and Lindsay Janae Bachman, 23, Salem. Brandon Scott McMullen, 29, Keizer, and Amanda Elise Gonzalez, 27, Keizer. Edgar Eduardo Salgado Chavira, 19, Woodburn, and Yaneli Natali Ramos Anduaga, 20, Woodburn. Aaron Earl Lockman, 24, Mt. Angel, and Stephanie Lynn Borgen, 23, Woodburn. R obert Charles Tully, 31, Salem, and D allas Jae Pearce, 33, Salem. Samuel Edmund Pontnak, 25, Aumsville, and Leanna Sue Naegeli, 28, Aumsville. Patrick Benjamin Stone, 25, Salem, and Arianna Marie Fenton, 25, Salem. Philip Andrew Pratt, 51, Salem, and Jessica Serene Van Diepen, 36, Salem. Miguel Angel Rios Cervantes, 29, Salem, and Simone Casara Jensen, 26, Salem. Michael Gale Guzman, 30, Keizer, and Danielle Rae Glidden, 25, Keizer. Jake Cameron Callin, 24, Salem, and Brooke Noelle Phillips, 25, Salem. Tasha Marie Thompson, 28, Salem, and T imothy Donald Howard, 43, Salem. Raymond Pardo, 48, Woodburn, and Toni Ortiz, 60, Woodburn. Alicia Dawn Dalton, 31, Salem, and Adam Neptar Lintner, 35, Salem. Robyn Jean Brown Bischman, 26, Keizer, and Nicholas Adrian Voorhees, 33, Keizer. Lisa Marie Salsby, 45, Mt. Angel, and James Michael Austin, 52, Mt. Angel. T omasMunoz Lopez, 41, Keizer, and A driana Rosa Rios, 32, Keizer. Jose Leonidas Selva Jr., 32, Salem, and Tara Joann Stepp, 24, Salem. Brandon Leon Adams, 31, Sublimity, and Carmen Michelle Gonzalez, 29, Sublimity. MARRIAGES MARION COUNTY CIRCUIT COURT Divorces granted Marcelo Alex Carrasco v. Gloria Carrasco; Katherine Rae Blythe v. Ronald David Blythe Jr.; Renee Michelle Kempton v. Rogelio Padron Sotelo; Ronald K. Funches v. Lisa M. Rangitsch; Linda Sue York v. Linda Marie Taylor; Kelli K. Smith v. Timothy D. Smith; Omar Farias Chavez v. Morelia Gutierrez Ruiz; Myra Burnett v. Peter Christian Burnett. DIVORCES The following are birth announcements received between Tuesday and Monday. For more, go to SALEM HOSPITAL Bernheisel, Eden Amelia: To Samantha and Shawn Bernheisel, Salem, 8 pounds 7 ounces, Sept. 21. Branco, Kenton Makoa: To Mandy and Scott B ranco, Jefferson, 8 pounds 9 ounces, Sept. 22. Dhillon, Niklas Ryan: To Kayla Thompson and Casey Dhillon, Salem, 7 pounds 4 ounces, Sept. 14. Dobbs, Izzayah Odell: To Rebecca and Kyle Dobbs, Salem, 7 pounds 14 ounces, Sept. 16. Hall, Jordan Michael: To Dominique Hall, Salem, 9 pounds 9 ounces, Sept 14. Hamblet, Marcy Ann: To Stephanie Krupicka and Travis Hamblet, Keizer, 5 pounds 5 ounces, Sept. 18. Hancock, Dax Allen: To Cheyenne Allen and Corey Hancock, Salem, 7 pounds 4 ounces, Sept. 14. Hawkins, Gemma Lee: To Amber and Jacob Hawkins, Dallas, 8 pounts, 15 ounces, Sept. 17. Kaighin, Kaleb Ray: To Ashley Thomas and Kyle Kaighin, Salem, 8 pounds 10 ounces, Sept. 15. Mendoza, Jeremiah Marki: To Kiarra Marchbanks and Mario Mendoza, Salem, 3 pounds 1 ounce, Sept. 21. Morris, Kaiden Lee: To Amanda Starr-Morris and Taylor Morris, Gervais, 6 pounds 3.5 ounces, Sept. 19. Nunn, Coraline Marjorie: To Kelli and Roy N unn, Salem, 7 pounds 6 ounces, Sept. 20. Reed, Aaron Michael Anthony: To Nichole Tuttle and Michael Reed, Salem, 7 pounds 10 ounces, Sept. 15. Samek, Claire Allison: To Jessica and David Samek, Aumsville, 8 pounds 11ounces, Sept. 20. Swann, Ella Jane-Lorena: To Megan and Benjamin Swann, Monmouth, 7 pounds 11 ounces, Sept. 19. Van Hoose, Hope Rae: To Melissa Korkow and Robert Van Hoose III, Salem, 7 pounds 3 ounces, Sept. 21. Wood, Colter Lee Eugene: To Orianna Wood, Salem, 8 pounds 8 ounces, Sept. 15. BIRTHS INDEPENDENCE Connect with your community.

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