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DELINQUENT NOTICE/NOTICE OF SALE The Board of Directors of the Abraham Irrigation Company, a corporation of the State of Utah, (“Company”) with its principle place of business at 800 W 100 N Delta, Millard County, Utah has determined to sell share(s) of stock of those shareholder(s) listed below for failure to pay stock assessment(s) which are now delinquent. The Board of Directors has adopted an order to sell such shares of stock. There is delinquent upon the following described stock on account of assessment No. 149 levied June 8, 2015 the amount set opposite the name of the respective shareholder as follows: Estimated Cost/ Share Expense Cert Late Advert. of Total NAME no. Shares Assess. Fee Fee Collection Jason Thomas 2713B 1.0 $11.00 4105 N 3000 W 2714B 1.0 $11.00 $5.00 $50.00 $50.00 $127.00 Delta, UT 84624 In accordance with the law and the Order of the Board of Directors made on the 21st day of August 2015, so many shares of the shareholder’s stock, as may be necessary, will be sold at public auction at the Offi ce of the Company, 800 W 100 N Delta, Utah, on the 13th Day of November 2015, at the hour of 2:00 p.m., to pay the delinquent assessment, late charges,penalty,and all cost of collection including publication, expenses of sale, and attorney fees, if the same are not paid to the Company on or before the date of sale. If shares are purchased at the public auction by the corporation or a director or offi cer of the corporation for the benefi t of the offi cer or director, the shares may be redeemed by the shareholder for the period of 30 days after the day on which the shares are sold. Amie Johnson, Secretary Abraham Irrigation Company Published in the Millard County Chronicle Progress September 30, and October 7, 14, 2015

TOWN OF LEAMINGTON, UTAH MUNICIPAL ELECTION RESOLUTION Number: LR 2015-10-01A Approval Date: October 1, 2015 Effective Date: October 1, 2015 Short Title: Resolution for cancellation of Leamington 2015 municipal election Purpose: To cancel the election scheduled for November 3, 2015 in the Town of Leamington and to certify the election of candidates Resolution: Whereas, the Leamington Town Council as the duly elected legislative body of the Town of Leamington, Does hereby, wish to assert its authority granted under Utah State Code 20A-1-206 to cancel a local election if: All municipal officers are elected at-large, The number of municipal officer candidates does not exceed the number of open at-large municipal offi ces for which the candidates have fi led, There have been no write-in candidates fi ling for candidacy as of the deadline date, Each municipal offi cer candidate is unopposed, and There are no other municipal ballot propositions. Leamington Town Council does hereby declare that all of the above conditions have been met, and resolves to cancel the municipal election scheduled for November 3, 2015. This declaration is no later than 20 days before the day of the scheduled election as required by statute. Leamington Town Council does hereby certify that William R. Finlinson and Chad M. McPherson, having lawfully fi led as unopposed candidates for the 2 seats of Leamington Town Council to be elected on November 3, 2015, are elected to offi ce for a 4 year term to begin January 2016. Further, proper notice of the cancellation of the election shall be given as required by UCA 20A-1- 206(2). Published in Millard County Chronicle Progress OCTOBER 7, 14, 2015

MECHANICS LEIN Mechanics Lien Sale 1985 Honda Fourtrax 250 ATV last known owner Marty Gage. Will be sold to highest bidder. Minimum bid amount of repairs. Runs good. Bringard Repair 46 S. 400 W. Delta Utah 84624. Published in the Millard County Chronicle Progress on October 7, 14 2015.

INVITATION FOR BIDS PURSUANT to Millard County Purchasing Policy, Millard County will be accepting sealed bids for redoing the parking lot of the County Election Polling Place at Kanosh Town Hall to bring it ADA compliant. The project will include: Removing the current cracked and broken parking lot; grading and pouring a new parking lot; all the fi nish work required i.e.: brooming and sealing; as well as, painting, decaling and placing signage for a designated van accessible handicap parking space (192”wide); and upgrading and installing an ADA compliant door knob on the front entrance. For additional information on the proposed project, please contact Roger Whitaker at 435- 759-2495.

Written and signed bids shall be submitted to and received by Millard County Auditor, Brandy Grace, 50 South Main, Fillmore, Utah 84631- 5504, before 5:00 p.m., Friday, October 16, 2015. Please indicate “Kanosh Town Hall Parking Lot Bid@ on the outside of the bid envelope. Bids will be opened at the regularly scheduled commission meeting on Tuesday, October 20, 2015 at 11:00 a.m. Millard County reserves the right to accept or reject any and all bids. Dated this 1st day of October 2015 By Marki Rowley, Millard County Clerk Published in Millard County Chronicle Progress OCTOBER 7, 14, 2015

JOB ANNOUNCEMENT Millard School District will accept applications for a 5.75 hour, part time custodian at Fillmore Elementary School. Salary will be based on Millard School District’s Classified Salary Schedule. Applicants must be able to meet requirements as outlined in the job description which is available at Millard School District Offi ces. Please include application (supplied by Millard School District), resume and three letters of reference. Applications can be picked up from and returned to: Millard School District 285 East 450 North Delta, Utah 84624 Telephone: 435-864-1000 Applications will be accepted until Friday, October 9, 2015 Millard School District is an Equal Opportunity Employer Published in Millard County Chronicle Progress SEPTEMBER 30 and OCTOBER 7.

FILLMORE CITY ELECTION NOTICE NOTICE is hereby given that the Fillmore City Municipal Election to elect three city council members will be held Tuesday November 3, 2015. The voting will take place at the Fillmore Library multi-purpose room, 25 South 100 West from 7:00 a.m. to 8:00 p.m. The two Fillmore voting precincts have been consolidated for this election. Registered voters are required to present a picture ID. Absentee ballots may be requested in person at the offi ce of the Fillmore City Recorder, 75 West Center Street until Thursday October 29, 2015. /s/ Kevin W. Orton Fillmore City Recorder Published in Millard County Chronicle Progress and OCTOBER 7, 14.

Citizens celebrate heritage at Leamarado Days

Hundreds gathered in Leamington on Labor Day to enjoy the 70th annual ‘Leamarado Days’ celebration. Locals of the 131-year-old town of Leamington have since been continuing traditions by hosting the annual event, which began in 1945. Leamarado Days has always taken place on Labor Day to honor the hardworking miners, rail workers, farmers, veterans and religious leaders of the area. Last Monday’s events, which took place near the historic Leamington LDS chapel and town rodeo grounds, included the Mayor Margaret Pruitt Memorial 5K Run, a local talent and magic show, museum tours, jackpot team roping, a big lunch and games and races for the kids. This year’s Grand Marshals, Linda Gail and Elmo Dean Neilsen, were also in attendance. Afternoon rodeo events for Monday included ranch saddle bronc racing, kids’ steer riding, youngster calf riding, junior barrel racing, senior barrel racing, mutton bustin’, the greased pig event and the money calf event. The celebration later closed out with an evening movie at 9 p.m.

Deseret Bazaar brought life back to old fairgrounds.

Locals of all ages experienced a delightful Saturday at the third-annual Deseret Heritage Bazaar. The community event, held at the Deseret Heritage Hall, took place in honor and celebration of West Millard County’s 100-year-old traditions. The bazaar brought life back to the old Deseret fairgrounds. The old fairgrounds sat vacant for years until locals rallied to renovate the property into an event center. The building and landscaping has come a long way in the last four months. Volunteers showcased the hard work and countless hours of preparation. Homemade items such as baked goodies, quilts, crafts, clothing, jewelry, winter gear and baby accessories were on display for sale. Proceeds from the bazaar benefi t the ongoing renovation of the Deseret Heritage Hall. An early morning 5K run kicked off the fundraising event. Many people appreciated running for the cause on the newly paved roads behind the Heritage Hall. By midmorning the aroma of tasty BBQ fi lled the air, attracting adults to the shaded patio. The mouthwatering food was unexpectedly low-priced. Shoes were tapping along with live musical performances given by talented locals. Folks gathered to enjoy the food, music and conversation with neighbors and friends. Old-timers shared stories from the fi rst days of the West Millard County Fair. Cotton candy, snow cones, hot dogs and soda fueled the children for enjoyable games and entertainment. Kids smiled and laughed while participating in bouncy houses, a dunk tank, a duck and fishing pond, face painting, a basketball shoot and a barrel-onwheels ride led by ATV. Adults and kids alike rummaged through the fundraising yard sale held in the basement of the Heritage Hall, finding a variety of gently used treasures. At the end of the bazaar names were drawn in a raffle that offered up valuable prizes to donors. The community of Deseret truly came together, mingling and showing support for one another. Everyone that attended the bazaar created memories they will undoubtedly pass on for generations.

19th annual Old Capitol Arts Festival circulated creativity in Fillmore 

Fillmore’s Territorial Statehouse Park was packed with a large amount of foot traffic for the 19th annual Old Capital Arts and Living History Festival, which took place Wednesday through Saturday of last week. Crowds of people from all across Utah came out to take in shows, demonstrations, exhibits and food sampling that could not be experienced just anywhere in Millard County. “We had a lot of people come this year and our booths and concession stands all did well,” said festival co-chair Abe Johnson. “We talked to people who came from Nevada and places all across Utah, including Sanpete County, Sevier County, Moab and Ogden. A lot of individuals and families who were originally from here also came back for the festival.” Several exhibits and unique curiosities caused people to stop and stare. For example, the living history and pioneer demonstrations showed off how people lived their daily lives long ago. Attendees witnessed people dressed in pioneer attire spinning, weaving, working with wood, baking, displaying antiques and working an old time photo display. An authentic blacksmith and wheelwright also gave people a realistic look into the past. Another big highlight was the Utah Territory Gun Show, which had a gun display showing the evolution of fi rearms ranging from the Civil War to World War II. Included as part of the show was the Gatling Gun Shoot, where folks were able to shoot an original Gatlin Gun at the Fillmore Shooting Range. Pioneer games and entertainment for children included Lincoln Log cabin building, walking on stilts, hoop throwing, the amusing Willie the Clown and much more. Those wanting a fun trip through town hitched rides on authentic horsedrawn wagons and stagecoaches. Bands, duos, dancers, singers, songwriters, poets, balladeers and other music artists provided continuous entertainment for crowds at the festival. The Bar ‘D’ Wranglers band returned this year, telling stories with renditions of old favorites and memorable ballads for the audience. “The Bar ‘D’ Wranglers from Durango, Colo. put on a great show again this year,” Johnson said. “The Native American dancers and hoop dancers were also great and we’d like to get them again next year. New performers this year included Rio Bravo and Foreign Figures.” Other musical artists came from a wide variety of genres, including Latino salsa, mellow folk or country and hard rock. Artists included Los Hermanos de los Andes, Falconer, Clive Romney and Willingly, Bella Musica Mexicana, Doug and Ian Jenkins, the Lonesome Oak String Band, Terminus, Kirk and Jayleen, Pistol Rock, TFF Acoustic, the Blue Notes, Acoustic Echo, Nora Healy, Silversage and Healy’s Honky Tonk. Festival attendees showed off their own singing and dancing skills during the open mic sessions and closing pioneer dance. Folks enjoyed hearing about old west lore and other tales from the storytelling, western music and cowboy poetry performances. Art lovers visited various artist booths at the festival, which included original artwork, prints and fi ne crafts for sale. Adults and children who entered into the festival’s 12th annual Judged Art Show were presented with ribbon awards and cash prizes for their top pieces. For the winning artists, Courtney Lunt garnered Best of Show in the professional category (for “Refi ner’s Fire,” an oil painting of a blacksmith); Donna Dyer won Best of Show in the amateur category (for her photo of a duck titled “Green Wing Teal”); and Emery Hare received Best of Show in the K-12 category (for her photo titled “First Winter”). Lunt had also won Best of Show in the professional category last year. Check out millardccp.com for more pictures.