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IL I IHI IlI~lllmNIl~l~lllalpnil !Hil~ln |r| u~,UliW~ll,~lu~nnnr,lllpqu, q~upqp,v,~,1~r ',r'v'q, 10 The Clarendon Enterprise November 22, 2007 r reported on in Clarendon November 12, 2007 November 14, 2007 FM 2362 4th St 6:54 am - Check Hwy 287 2 miles 7:52 am - Deer out and about, W 10:46 p rn - Out with juveniles, W E, possible animal carcass on 3rd and S Koogle Sts November 17, 2007 4th St roadway 9:14 am- Out of nehicle 1:57 am - Out with driver, semi 7:25 am - Check couple who hit 2:58pm - At business, Hwy287E parked in turn lane; E 287 Hwy November18,2007 animal on 287 8:49 am - FM 2362, recovered 11:15 am- Investigate break-in, 10:50 am: - Attempt to locate 5 November 15, 2007 stolen property City Hallin Hedley male juveniles in drainage ditch, 12:19 am - Retrieving someone's 11:00 am - Escort funeral proces- 12:29 pm - Dispatched to unat- across bridge N of RR tracks lost moving boxes, W of Lelia sion tended death, JP also dis- 3:50 pm - At residence, 700 BIk S Lake to just W of E Co line12:24 pm- Removing hay bale from patched Allen St 6:07 am - EMS assist, 4200 BIk road way 7:51 pm - 500 BIk S Gorst, domes- 5:59 pm - EMS assist w/meet, FM Co Rd 13 2:04 pm - Jefferson at.Martindale, tic dispute 2471 and Co Rd 17 3:33 pm - Away from radio, avail- numerous wild turkey carcasses; 9:14 pm - To jail, 1 male in custody, able by pager Parks & Wildlife also contacted Donley Co Wrt November 13, 2007 10:50 pm- EMS assist, 500 BIk 8:56 pm- Several male juveniles 8:26 pm - JP court, Hedley FM 2362 walking on RR tracks at Kear- Arrests- 3 5:03 pm - Dispatched to Sheriff's hey St EMS- 15 Office November 16, 2007 10:43 pm - Caller reporting juve- FD- 4 5:37 am- EMS assist, 1200 BIk niles on property, 500 BIk W ing you an h with 9 tips AMARILLO - The cold and flu season has arrived and prevention is the best medicine, not only for one- self, but also for family, friends and coworkers, said a Texas Cooperative Extension specialist. "Cold and flu season is a good time to look in a different light at the old adages about not taking your job home with you and leaving your personal life at home," said Andrew B. Crocker, Extension gerontology health program specialist in Ama- rillo. "You may be taking h9me more than just work," Crocker said. "Cold and flu germs can stay on your hands from two to eight hours." Get a flu vaccination, he advised. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention advocate vaccination is the best way to pre- vent the flu. "Even if you're unconcerned about yourself, think about your co- workers, family, neighbors, etc. In some cases, what you opt to do/not do impacts others," Crocker said. Vaccines are administered through shots or nasal inhalation, he said. A person's age and health could determine which form of vaccination they receive. But both are relatively inex- pensive and are readily available, Crocker said. Also, Medicare Part B will pay for flu vaccination for beneficiaries. "Also keep in mind there are some anti-viral medications you may take if you happen to get the flu, which may help alleviatd symp- toms," he said. In addition to getting the flu shot, Crocker offered, here are some prevention practices. Wash hands for 15-phis s,econds - the time it takes to say the ABCs - with soap and warm water. Don't forget to wash the backs of the hands. This is especially important before and after working in common areas, such as copy rooms and mail- rooms. Cover coughs and sneezes. Covering coughs and sneezes with one's hands is not the best, but if it is necessary, be sure to wash them immediately. Try coughing or sneezing int9 a tissue or handkerchief, or cough into the elbow. Drink plenty of fluids. Get plenty of rest. Exercise. All these are good for overall health but also may help prevent/lessen the effects of a cold or flu. Stay home. "If you are ill, please don't come to work," Crocker said. "Your coworkers will thank you. The same goes for your kids, keep them home from school." One last note he offers is: the flu and common colds are caused by viruses; antibiotics have no effect on them. "Be aware that antibiotics may be effective in treating bacterial infections, but not viral." District Court Action: Shirley Kay Jones: Manufacture of controlled substance enhanced. 10 years deferred adjudication; community supervision. Court cost $361'; Fine $1500; 11/13/07 John Emery Edwards: Possession 0f a controlled substance Seven years deferred adjudication; com- munity supervision Court cost $361 ; fine $1500, restitution $140; 11/13/07 Delania Michella Jackson: Posses- sion of controlled substance. Three years deferred adjudication; community supervision. Court cost $361; fine $1500; restitution $140; 1 t/13/07 Clemmie Smith: Engaging in Orga- nized criminal activity Five years shock community supervision Court cost $343; fine $0; Restitu- tion $1752 SHURFINE t2 OZ. 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