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| August 10, 2021 12:00 AM

Legal Notice STATE OF IDAHO LAND LEASE OPPORTUNITY PUBLIC AUCTION FOR LEASE Notice is hereby given pursuant to Article IX, § 8 of the Idaho Constitution and Idaho Code §§ 58-307, -310 and -313, that the State of Idaho, Department of Lands (hereinafter "IDL"), will conduct a public auction of Mineral Lease E310024, as set forth below. The deadline for auction registration is Tuesday, August 17, 2021, at 5:00PM (PDT). The live auction will begin on Tuesday, August 24, 2021, at 1:00PM (PDT) and will be held in the IDL Wolf Lodge Conference Room at 3284 W. Industrial Loop, Coeur d'Alene, Idaho. The lease will be awarded to the bidder who will pay the highest Premium Bid, as defined below. The Premium Bid payment is in addition to the annual rental payments, minimum annual royalty payments and production royalty rates that have been established by IDL and are set forth in the lease to be auctioned. Detailed information regarding the auction; the lease (including a specific legal description and map of the property to be leased); annual rental rate; minimum annual royalty amount and production royalty rates can be obtained by visiting IDL's website at www.idl.idaho.gov/leasing/minerals-leasing/ or by contacting Mike Murphy via e-mail at MineralsLeasing@idl.idaho .gov or 208-334-0290. Mineral Lease E310024 is for 20 years for the extraction of metallic minerals with a leased premises of approximately 294.25 acres on the following described parcels: Government Lots 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 11 and 12, SW1/4NW1/4, in Section 16, Township 48 North, Range 3 East, Boise Meridian, Shoshone County, Idaho. LEASE AUCTION TERMS AND CONDITIONS 1. The auction is for the leasehold interest only. 2. The annual rental rate, minimum annual royalty, and production royalty rates for the lease to be auctioned have been established by the Idaho Department of Lands ("IDL") as set forth in the lease. The minimum bid at the auction will be $295.00, and the minimum bid increment will be $1.00. The bidder submitting the highest bid at the auction ("Premium Bid"), as determined by IDL, will be awarded the lease. 3. No improvements exist in association with the lease. 4. All auction participants must register with IDL and complete all IDL registration forms and requirements prior to the registration deadline set forth above. No party will be permitted to register after the registration deadline. 5. Registration requires submitting the fully completed and executed forms to IDL at 300 N. 6th Street, Boise, Idaho; 3258 W. Industrial Loop, Coeur d'Alene, Idaho; 80 Hilltop Overpass Road, Kingston, Idaho; or via e-mail at MineralsLeasing@idl.idaho.gov by the registration deadline. The forms which must be submitted are the IDL Application for Use Form and the Statement of Non-Collusion Form (attesting that there has been no interference with anyone's right to bid in the bidding process), in addition to any applicable information set forth below. The required forms are available during the registration process at www.idl.idaho.gov/leasing/minerals-leasing. Registration also requires a $250.00 non-refundable application fee be paid to IDL by the registration deadline. Payments may be submitted to the IDL offices identified above or on-line at www.idl.idaho.gov/leasing/minerals-leasing. 6. Registrants that are legal entities must be authorized to do business in Idaho. Any entity required to file with the Idaho Secretary of State must submit a copy of its certificate of good standing with the Idaho Secretary of State to IDL prior to the registration deadline. 7. In order to be an eligible bidder, persons must be eighteen (18) years of age or older, of sound mind, and legally competent to contract for an interest in real property in the State of Idaho. No person or entity in default of any lease or other legal obligation to IDL is eligible to bid at auction. 8. Bidders must be the named applicant. a. Individual bidders may participate by agent or proxy on behalf of the applicant only with a fully executed power of attorney submitted and approved by IDL. The power of attorney must specify the authority granted to the agent/proxy (a limited power of attorney form for Idaho mineral leases is available at www.idl.idaho.gov/leasing/minerals-leasing), and must be submitted by the registration deadline and approved by IDL prior to the start of the auction. b. If the applicant is a legal entity, any person representing the legal entity must be identified as an authorized officer, general partner, member or manager of the entity (as applicable), or must otherwise be authorized in writing by a notarized resolution of the entity identifying and including the following: the full legal name and type of entity; contact information, address and phone number for entity; state of organization/origination; a statement that the entity is authorized to do business in Idaho; a statement that the identified person is fully and legally authorized to take all actions necessary on behalf of said entity to submit bids for State of Idaho Department of Lands mineral leases available for auction and to execute all leases won at auction on behalf of said entity; and, a statement attesting that all lawful and required actions by the entity have been taken to authorize said individual to act on the entity's behalf), which notarized resolution must be submitted by the registration deadline and approved by IDL prior to the start of the auction. 9. The successful bidder must submit the full amount of the non-refundable Premium Bid and the first year's rent to the IDL offices identified above in Section 5 or on-line at www.idl.idaho.gov/leasing/minerals-leasing by Tuesday, August 31, 2021, at 5:00PM (PDT). 10. If the successful bidder withdraws or refuses to accept or execute the lease, IDL will retain the Premium Bid, the first year's rent and the non-refundable application fee. IDL will then award the lease to the second highest bidder if there were only two bidders, or will reauction the lease if there were more than two bidders. 11. No assignment, sublease or other transfer of the lease will be allowed or approved from the date of the auction until possession under the lease, and thereafter only in accordance with the terms of the lease. 12. All bids are subject to acceptance by IDL at close of bidding. Pursuant to Idaho Code § 58-310(4), IDL and the Land Board reserve the right to reject any and all bids when, in their judgment, there has been fraud or collusion, or for any other reason which justifies rejection of the bids. SHO LEGAL 3894 AD#472038 JULY 27, AUGUST 3, 10, 17, 2021

July 27, 2021 Notice inviting sealed bids: Shoshone County Fire Protection District #2 will be accepting sealed bids for the following fire apparatus. Used Aerial Quint Fire Apparatus General Description: previously owned 2004 or newer Custom Built 75' Aerial Ladder Quint with minimum of with 5 person seating, 4 SCBA seats, custom chassis with less than 25,000 miles. APPARATUS MUST BE LESS THAN 38' OVERALL LENGTH TO MANUEVER IN THE FIRE DISTRICT AREA. (NO EXCEPTIONS) Chassis & Powertrain: MINIMUM 450 HP diesel engine or equivalent WITH an engine brake to reduce wear and tear on the vehicle brakes, Allison automatic transmission, single axle chassis ONLY, aluminum wheels, with sufficient power to navigate the Fire District with acceptable driving and braking capability. Bus type mirrors mounted on the front cab radius. Aerial Ladder Details: 75' minimum aerial ladder design with 500 lb. capacity. Unit shall be supported by 2 hydraulic outriggers mounted on the rear corners of the apparatus. Aerial must have an inlets for the prepiped waterway and 1 monitor capable of flowing at least 1000 GPM. Aerial device shall have electric and waterway capacity to the ladder tip and an intercom system from the turntable to the ladder tip. Aerial ladder design must be aluminum construction to reduce the chance of corrosion in the aerial ladder. Compartmentation: A body of either aluminum or stainless steel construction with sufficient compartmentation to fully hold all of the required equipment as carried by the district. High side compartments shall be on both sides of the body and the body must be free of corrosion or stress cracks and shall have roll-up aluminum compartment doors. Fire Pump System: The apparatus shall have an NFPA fire rated pump of greater than 1500 GPM capacity. The fire pump shall pass a standard fire pump annual service test. The fire pump shall be capable of feeding the aerial ladder directly as well as additional firefighting hoses. The truck shall have a 500 gallon booster tank of POLY construction (NO exceptions). Electronic components: *Lightbars on the cab roof *12 volt or 110 volt scene lights *Electronic siren with dual siren speakers *Rear deck mounted rota tor light *Federal Q2B siren mount ed on the front bumper *10 KW generator mount ed in an enclosed com partment *Dual air horns *Electric rewind cord reel General Terms and Conditions The vehicle shall be in excellent cosmetic and mechanical condition, which will be verified by the District mechanic prior to final payment. Successful bidders shall also provide at the time of sale: *A current aerial and pump certification *A current (2021) DOT safety inspection certification *Full service of all filters and fluids (shop orders or invoices as attestations) *Re-lettering of the vehi cle to fire district specifications. *A one (1) year powertrain warranty on the vehicle *Delivery of the vehicle to 911 Bunker Ave, Kellogg, Idaho *Time is of the essence and the unit shall be available to delivery to the district within 60 days of award of the bid to the successful bidder. Bids must be received by the fire district prior to 12:00 p.m. August 18, 2021. Bids can be mailed or delivered in person to 911 Bunker Ave, Kellogg Idaho 83837. Bids will be opened at the Regular meeting of the fire district commissioners August 18, 2021 at 5:30 pm. Please direct questions or requests for additional information to the Fire Chief 208-784-1188 SHO LEGAL 3919 AD#475287 AUGUST 3, 10, 2021

PUBLIC NOTICE NOTICE OF ANNUAL BUDGET HEARING, WEST SHOSHONE HOSPITAL DISTRICT #1 (SHOSHONE MEDICAL CENTER) WILL HOLD ITS ANNUAL BUDGET HEARING DURING THEIR REGULAR BOARD MEETING ON WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 25TH, 5:15 PM THE MEETING WILL BE HELD AT THE SMC OUTREACH BUILDING LOCATED AT 9 COUNTRY CLUB LANE, PINEHURST, IDAHO. THE PUBLIC IS WELCOME TO ATTEND. WEST SHOSHONE HOSPITAL DISTRICT #1 Fiscal Year 2022 Budget Proposal FY 2022 Budget Revenue Gross Patient Service Revenue 29,361,017 Deductions from Revenue 13,722,934 Net Patient Service Revenue 15,638,083 Ad Valorem Taxes - accrued 631,964 Other Operating Revenue 714,175 Total Operating Revenue 16,984,222 Expenses Salaries & Wages 6,945,710 Benefits 1,946,861 Professional Fees 2,281,861 Purchased Services 1,693,165 Supplies 1,897,641 Utilities 312,456 Repairs & Maintenance 32,179 Insurance 272,818 Depreciation 1,041,967 Interest 191,719 Other 229,517 Total Expenses 16,845,894 Operating Income 138,328 Non-Operating Income 39,781 Excess of Revenues over Expenses 178,109 SNP LEGAL 8808 AD#477022 AUGUST 10, 2021

CITY OF WARDNER, IDAHO NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING PROPOSED BUDGET FOR FISCAL YEAR 2021-2022 (FY 2022) NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that a Public Hearing will be held at the Wardner City Hall, 649 Main Street, at 6:00 p.m. on Wednesday, August 11th, 2020, to consider the Proposed Budget for the Fiscal Year October 1, 2021, to September 30, 2022. Interested persons may appear and show cause, if any, why said Proposed Budget should not be Adopted. FY 19-20 FY 20-21 FY 21-22 ActualBudgetProposed Expenditures: General Fund $85,210 $71,680 $70,820 Street Fund $24,177 $25,000 $27,500 Insurance $3,100 $3,578 $3,680 GRAND TOTAL $112,487 $100,258 $102,000 Revenues: Property Taxes $71,190 $66,780 $69,095 Intergovernmental $31,424 $28,239 $33,153 Other Income $4,251 $1,900 $1,752 Reserves $5,622 $3,339 ($2,000) GRAND TOTAL $112,487 $100,258 $102,000 Details are available by contacting Ron Corneil, the City of Wardner's Treasurer / Clerk. SHO LEGAL 3920 AD#475671 AUGUST 3, 10, 2021