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Bulletin, Record, P'rogressive, Reporter Wednesday, Jan. 15, 2014 5B BEOTTER. from page 3B 7-year-old son was having his fourth seizure. She said she had already administered his emergency medication and that it was not working. The call was transferred to SIFC. Tuesday, Jan. 7 Pain: In Quincy, a call reported that a male was having abdominal pain. The call was transferred to PDH. PDH and Quincy fire were paged. Cardiac: In Greenville, a caller requested an ambulance for someone who was having chest pain. The call was transferred to SLEMS. Indian Valley fire was paged. Seizure: In Chester, a caller reported that a man had a seizure and hit his head. The man was conscious. The call was transferred to SIFC. Prolonged sickness: In Greenville, a caller reported that she has been sick for weeks. The call was transferred to SLEMS. Indian Valley/Crescent Mills fire was paged and responded. The information was provided to deputies. Miscellaneous Tuesday, Dec. 24 Mail: In Quincy, Plumas Bank reported that when the manager showed up for work there was Plumas Bank mail all over the parking lot. The caller said the mail was cut open. The caller said it was unknown where the mail came from. A deputy was advised. Accident: On Bucks Lake Road, the Road Department reported that a vehicle was off the road in the creek near the Slate Creek bridge. The vehicle was a white Toyota pickup with unknown occupants. The CHP was advised. Search and Rescue was paged. The information was provided to a deputy. The driver of the vehicle called 911 to report that he made it out of the vehicle and that he was the only occupant,, He said he didn't need medical attention. The information was transferred to the CHP. Wednesday, Dec. 25 Skunk: In Greenville, Fish and Wildlife received a call of a rabid skunk and was on the way to the scene. A second caller said the skunk was running down the street. A deputy reported that Fish and Wildlife dispatched the skunk. Thursday, Dee. 26 Burglary: In Portola, a caller reported that her residence was burglarized while she was gone for a week. She said when she returned it appeared that her house had been gone through completely. A deputy responded. Saturday, Dec. 28 Burglary: In LaPorte, a caller reported that her snowmobile trailer was burglarized during the night. The caller said tools and parts were taken off the snowmobiles. A deputy responded. Theft: In Portola, a caller reported that her son's bicycle was stolen. A deputy was notified. We're the experts REPLACING or REPAIRING: DOORS TRIM WINDOWS PLUMBING ROOFING ELECTRICAL Insurance repairs are one of our specialties! SINCE 1984 m General Building Contractor Calif. Lic. #453927 (530) 283-2035 Bowlers roll in Special Olympics event A group of 14 bowlers from Plumas Rural Services' A.L.I.V.E. Program traveled to Reno last November to participate in the Northern Nevada Special Olympics competition for bowling. The athletes competed in both singles and doubles bowling and brought home several medals and ribbons. The athletes practice at La Sierra Lanes in Quincy every Tuesday. Each athlete must bowl at least 15 games to qualify for Special Olympicg. Along with working on bowling skills, emphasis is placed on sportsmanship and fun. The Reno sports event is the high point of the year for the A.L.I.V.E. bowlers. Many of the athletes have been participating in the competition for more than 10 years. This year, due to the generous donation of a local contractor, the team had brand new bowling shirts to wear for the Special Olympics competition. Debbie Anderson is the head coach of Plumas County's Special Olympics. Supporting coaches are Bob Battistoni and Norma Wood. A.L.I.V.E. provides training and support for adults with developmental disabilities and special needs and stands for Adults for Learning and growing, Integration in the community, Vocations of choice, Enthusiasm for life. Trained staff and a supportive group environment enable participants to hold paying jobs, become involved in community activities, use community resources, increase independent living skills and develop self-advocacy. A.L.I.V.E. is committed to helping people live productive and enriching lives. For more information call 283-3611 or go to plumasruralservices.org. Special Olympics athletes from Plumas County gather to compete in the Northern Nevada Bowling Championships. Back from left: Tommy Nelson, Garrett Powell, Mike Nelson and Tom Gage. Middle from left: Heidi Gr0ulx, Barbara Cahill, Jackie Dubois and Greg Pesqueria. Front from left: Wayne Huffman, Joann Releford, Lora Jacobs, Lynette Barton, Jason Manson and lan Wood. Photo by Debbie Anderson Susanville office orT,ers veterans identification caras The Lassen County Veterans Service Office started issuing photo ID cards to veterans Monday, Jan. 13. The cards may be used as proof of honorable service in the United States military. This proof is needed in order to receive veterans' discounts at many local businesses. The veteran will no longer need to carry a copy of military discharge papers to provide proof of services. In order to receive a card, the veteran must come to the Susanville office and provide an original or certified copy of his or her discharge papers (DD-214) showing honorable service, and a photo ID. If the veteran doesn't have a copy of his or her discharge papers, the office can order a copy. If the veteran has visited the office in the past, staff may have a copy on file. Veterans who don't have copies are invited to call the office at 251-8192 before they visit to see if there is a copy on file. The veteran will complete a short application form, and briefly discuss veterans' benefits he or she may be eligible for. Office staff will assist in completing any application forms for benefits. The veterans office on Main Street will issue cards Monday to Thursday during walk-in hours: 8:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. There will also be a veteran peer specialist available to assist veterans at the Westwood One-Stop every Tuesday from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m., the Herlong One-Stop every Thursday from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m., and the BieberOne-Stop every Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. The office expects to have numerous requests for cards. Veterans are advised to be patient and call ahead at 251-8192 to ensure staff can issue a card when they are planning on stopping by. There are many state and federal benefits and programs available to veterans and their i dependents. To find out if they are eligible for any of these benefits, veterans may visit or call the office. Staff can and will assist veterans in completing all required application forms. Information is available on the Web from the Lassen County Veterans Service Office website at co.lassen.ca.us. Todd Conner, Army veteran, is the veterans service officer for Lassen County. Questions may be directed to the Veterans Service Office, 1205 Main St., Susanville CA 96130; call 251-8192; or email tconner@co.lassen.ca.us. Check m PENINSULA MARKET 309 Peninsula Drive, Lake Aimanor 530-596-3500 Wally and Chris Blem, Owners Our recent ads featuring a coupon for 1 pound of FREE SAUSAGE have been a huge success! "We've seen a lot of new faces and have been able to introduce them to all the changes we've made since taking over in 2007: making a New Peninsula Market that's homemade, fresh, quality and competitively priced." The chester Progressive has helped / us reach out to our local customers and let them know we are open and ready to serve them throughout the winter. Sincerely, Peninsula Market / Wall 5 and Chris Blem, Owners 13 .',,i. '"'' 287 Lawrence Street, Quincy, CA 283-0800 " ",; Westwood PinePress P.O. Box 790, Westwood, CA 258-3115 00y,:,R2COR= Greenville, CA 258-3115 135 Main Street, Chester, CA 258-3115 96 E. Sierra (Hwy 70), Portola, CA 832-4646 100 Grand Ave., Susanville, C' 257-5321 send a legal: typesetting@ptumasnews.com To send an adver[ise00 nent: mail@plumasnews.com