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GOLDEN'DALE, WASHINGTON OCTOBER 31,2018-- 13 !: SKULL from page I the story. "My mother took Timmerman's bones were this slide in 1965," West reburied eventually, though states, referring to the pic- when that happened, the ture accompanying this story, gravesite was lost. Timmer- that of a human skull. "At the man is listed on the cemetery time it was in the possession records, West says, but not of Dr. Gerald Timmer. It had with a location. been passed around from Dr. His skull was not part of Jacob Allen Bonebrake"-- the fresh interment. "It is not Bonebrake, as many recall, outlandish to believe some- was a doctor here in Golden- one maybe paid $20 to keep dalefor50-plusyears--"tohis the skull," West muses. "A daughter and between differ- doctor would have use of it ent medical professionals, for medical purposes." including Dr. William West, who was a longtime dentist in So a new, eerie Halloween Goldendale." story emerges. Will new gen- The skull was also passed erations of Go!dendale chil- at one point to a Dr. Davies, dren have their blood run who lived between Center- cold at the morbid tale of Tim- ville and Goldendale. Appar- merman's skull? What finally ently it was Bonebrake who happened to the skull? (If you first came into possession of know, let us know.) West's the skull. "I assume someone mother and her picture, and calledthe sheriffand/or coro- West sharing the bizarre /ner, and I bet Dr. Bonebrake account, at least ensures the was friends with that per- account will not be lost to his- son," West speculates, tory. For Oct. 18, 2018 No contact/protection order' 3rd degree, (10/9/18); Guilty pended, fine/fees $1083, 24 Ashlynn Sohappy: Assault viol, (9/16/18); Guilty plea,jail plea, jail 90/87 suspended, months probation. 4th degree, (1/18/15); Guilty 364/334 suspended, fine/fees fine/fees $145, 12 months pro- Matthew Alan Jussila: plea, jail 364/352 suspended, $858,24 months probation, bation. DWLS, Amended to NVL w/ fine/fees $988,24 months pro- Salvador Efrain Her- Marina Iris Smith: bation, nandez: DWLS 3rd degree, Assault 4th degree; (8/30/18); ID, (6/9/18); Amended charge Cindel A. Blythe: NVOL (8/18/18); Dismissed per Guilty plea, jail 364/363 sus- committed, fine/fees $325. w/outID,(5/9/18);,Guiltyplea, State's motion, pended, fine/fees $193, 24 Jonah Alexander Law- jail 9090 suspended, fine/fees Steven Anders Jensen: months probation: rence: Malicious mischief, $295, 12 months probation. DUII (10/5/12); Probation vio- For Oct. 25, 2018 (6/25/18: Dismissed per City Jean V. Brown: Hit lation, 60 days jail. Tasha Jo,Carpenter:motion and run attended vehicle, Dixon Kane Lovett: DUI, NVOL w/out ID, (10/2/18); Dis- Otto Brandon Paulette: (4/25/18); Guilty plea, jail (8/14/18); 5 year deferred missed per City motion. DWLS 3rd degree, (9/5/18); 364/364 suspended, fine/fees prosecution, costs $550. Echo Cryingwind: Dis- $145, i2 months probation. Victor Manuel Pizano: orderly conduct, (10/17/18); Guilty plea, jail 90/90 sus- Christian Ryon Thomas 1) False statement to public Guilty plea, jail 90/82 sus- pended, fine/fees $745, 12 Edge: Assault 4th degree, servant, (10/2/18); Guiltyplea, pended, fine/fees $0, 12 months probation (9/8/18); Guilty plea, jail jail 364/349 suspended. 2) No months probation Shaina Rae Strasburg: 364/361 suspended, fine/fees contact/protection order Ronnie Michael Dunlap: Theft 3, (7/16/i8); Guilty $268,24 months probation, viol, (10/2/18); Guilty plea, jail Assault 4th degree, (7/13/18); plea (10/11/18), jail 364/360 Francisco J. Espino-364/349 suspended, fine/fees Guilty plea, jail 364/344 sus- suspended, fine/fees $468, 12 Blanco: NVOL w/out ID,$783, 24 months probation, pended, fine/fees $1218, 24 Amended to NVL with ID, Joshua Logan Sansburn: months probation, months probation. (9/9/18); Amended charge 1) Negligent driving 1st Albert Earl Frelix: Wanda Jean Walker: committed, $250 fine. degree, (10/9/18); Guilty plea, Assault 4th degree, (9/9/18); DWLS 3rd degree, (7/5/18); Kirk Anthony Goddard: jail 90/87 suspended. 2) DWLS Guilty plea, jail 364/350 sus- Dismissed per City motion. Studded tires allowed as. of Nov. 1, A statewide citizens com- sion in 1999, also established Governor, the Legislature, mittee that provides guid- a statewide safety-inspection local, state, and federalagen- ance on pipeline safety in program for interstate pipe- cies on pipeline safety as well Washington is recruiting : lines with the Washington as routing, construction, additional members. Utilities and Transportation operation, maintenance, The governor is currently Commission. UTC pipeline prevention, and emergency soliciting applications to fill safety staff provide support response. Currently, the three membership vacancies to the committee,committee meets four times to serve on the Washington Committee members per year. Committee travel Citizens Committee onPipe- appointed by the governor expenses are reimbursed by line Safety. The vacant posi- serve on board for a period the state. Information about tions are open to the general of three years. Member- the committee's work can be public. The applicant must ship termsare staggered to found at: reside in Washington state, ensure contintiity. By stat- Previous pipeline experience ute, the 13 members of the ccops, is not necessary. Citizens Committee on Pipe- To submit an online appli- The Legislature created line Safety includes nine vot- cation, go to: https://fortress: the committee in 2000 to pro- ing members representing,- vide citizen input on matters local government, includ- sapplication. relatingto the safety of pipe- ing elected officials and the If you have questions lines carrying natural gas, public, and four non-voting regarding the committee's petroleum, and aviation fuel. members representing own- activities, contact the pipe- The legislation, coming ers and operators of hazard- line safety division at (360) in the aftermath of the fatal ous liquid and gas pipelines. 664-1182 or pipelinepro- Bellingham pipeline explo- The committee advises the The falling leaves and Follow WSDOT's regional tion/alt traction device.pdf colder weather can mean only and pass accounts on Twit- that meet state chains and one thing--snow and ice are ter, the agency's Face- traction tires requirements. just around the corner. With book site and online travel All travelers are reminded the changing seasons, now is alerts, to carry chains whenever the perfect time for travelers Sign UP for email and/or crossing mountain passes to shift their focus towards text updates about road to be prepared for chang- winter driving, conditions - including Sno- ing weather conditions and The Washington State qualmie Pass delay text potentially avoid a costly Department of Transporta- alerts, ticket. Failure to obey a tire tion urges all travelers to Download, print and carry chains sign can mean a ticket start preparing themselves the WSDOT Winter Driving of up to $500. Special chain and their vehicles well before Guide (pdf 1.83 mb). enforcement patrols will be the threat of snow and ice Get your vehicle ready (pdf keeping an eye on mountain kicks into high gear. Drivers 2 mb) and plan extra time to passes this winter. can check out WSDOT's win- cross all mountain passes, Studded tires ter driving web page at www. including heavily traveled By law, studded tires are tips routes such as Snoqualmie legal for use in Washington and information. WSDOT Pass, Stevens Pass and state only from Nov. l through also asks tra, elers to always White Pass. March 31. This applies to all "know before you go" and get Carry chains and know cur- vehicles in Washington, even the:mostUp-to-date roadway rent traction and chain information before heading requirements for mountain those traveling from other out. passes, which are also avail- states. "Our crews are ready for able on highway-advisory WSDOT estimates studded winter and work hard to keep signs and highway-advisory tires cause between $20 mil- road lear of snow and ice," radio and by calling 511. lion and $29 million in pave- said WSDOT Maintenance Preset your radio to 530 AM ment damage to state-owned Operations Manager James and I610 AM for WSDOT's asphalt and concrete road- Morin. "But we also need traffic-informationstations, ways each year. Motorists the public's help in being Alternatives to chainsare encouraged to visit a tire prepared for winter weather. . Some vehicle manufactur- dealer to learn more about Most of the pass closures we ers recommend against the stud-free, winter tread trac- see are due to spin outs or use of tire chains for certain tion tires. These type of tires crashes from a vehicle trave- models - but .that doesn't are different than all-season ling too fast or not having exempt travelers from state tires, are legal year-round proper winter driving equip- laws about extra traction and do ,not cause the same ment." devices. Th' Washington "-roadway dSnt ge, asstudded To check conditions and State Patrol provides a list tires. More inf0rmation about prepare for adverse weather: of approved, alternative- studded-tire restrictions and Download the WSDOT traction devices at www.wsp, requirements can be found in mobile app. the FAQ on the WSP website. Improve the Affordable Care Act Protect Social Security and Medicare Lower the cost of prescription drugs It's time to November 6 Enter ,000 Newspaper sponsored shopping survey: No purchase necessary. ~% ] Enter to win now, go to: www.pu| What if didn't NOTICE? Public notices help expose: e fraud in government! dishonest businesses! unfair competitive practices! 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