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Feather River Bulletin Wednesday, Jan. 29, 2014 5A Quincy Natural Foods calling on all farmers Quincy Natural Foods Cooperative is reaching out to local farmers who would like their farm and produce featured in the co-op. Farmers who meet the following criteria are invited to an informational meeting. --Grow organically. --Have grown in the local region before. --Can meet weekly minimum orders, i The informational meeting will be held Friday, Jan. 31, at Quincy Natural Food's Learning and Resource Center (across the street from QNF in Quincy) at 5:30 p.m. Topics to be discussed include: --Goals of grower agreements. --Ideals of grower and store relationship. --Pricing information. --Whether this a good fit for individual farms. For more information, contact Presley Sundberg at 283-3528. Crash victim Miranda Spang, 36, is loaded onto a stretcher after rescuers used the Jaws of Life to extract her from a 2006 Jaguar X-Type on Jan. 24. Spang was driving toward Quincy around 8:10 a.m. when she lost control of the car just past Spanish Creek Bridge and went off the embankment. Photos by Laura Beaton Woman rescued after Canyon crash Laura Beaton Staff Writer First responders rescued the driver of a 2006Jaguar X-Type after the vehicle went off the road about 100 yards east of the Spanish Creek Bridge at about 8:10 a.m. Jan. 24. According to the California Highway Patrol, Miranda Spang, 36, was driving eastbound on Highway 70 and lost control of her vehicle just east of the bridge. The vehicle traveled off the north edge of the road, rolled over and came to rest down the embankment against a tree. Witnesses said the passenger in the car, a 6-year,old gixkWas able to exit the vehicle with the aid of a passerby and was taken to an ambulance. The driver was removed after emergency personnel used the Jaws of Life. Spang told emergency personnel she felt a lot of pain. She remained conscious during the rescue from the crashed vehicle. Spang was driven by ambulance across the Spanish Creek Bridge and Emergency personnel prepare to load crash victim Miranda Spang onto Mountain ) Lifeflight's helicopter and transport her to Enloe Medical Center. was loaded onto a waiting Mountain Lifeflight helicopter. She was transported to Enloe Medical Center in Chico. The girl, who was sitting up in the ambulance, was taken to Plumas District Hospital, where her grandmother was directed to meet her. The crashed Jaguar is ready for transport by Quincy Tow after the car was pulled up the embankment. VENTURE, from page 1A unique venture, this isn't the first time that the county has embarked on an unprecedented project. "Look back to the unique nature of the Portola courthouse," Hagwood said. "It's the only two-county courthouse (Plumas and Sierra) in the state." "Our sense is that this proposal will get a lot of attention," Hagwood said. Board observer Larry Douglas asked why the letter specifies Quincy, and suggested that the correctional facility could be located in Portola and shared with Sierra County. Hagwood said that the courthouse in Portola had not been designed for criminal cases. The CHP has been evaluating properties along the Highway 70 corridor through Quincy. The supervisors voted unanimously to send a letter to the governor supporting the joint effort. Richard K. Stockton, CLU ChFC, Agent Insurance Lic. #0B68653 Providing Insurance & Rnancial Services 65 W. Main St., Quincy, CA 95971 (530) 283-0565 Fax (530) 283-5143 WE LIVE WHERE YOU LIVE Great Snowmobile Rates. See me for snowmobile insurance, then enjoy the ride. Like a good neighbor, State Farm is there? CALL ME TODAY. 00StateFarm MILL, from page 1A and inefficient. "The new mill be more efficient and have a better layout," company spokesman Mark Pawlicki said last September when the construction plans were announced. The old mill employed 49 people and both Pawlicki and Skinner said that the workers would retain their jobs. Four individuals are maintenance workers and they will transfer to the small-log mill, while the remaining 45 will help in demolition and construction. In addition to the local employees, the project will bring in specialists from out of the area, such as computer technicians. But whenever possible, Skinner said, local'people will be used. For example, the foundation fill is being provided by Wilburn Construction, of Quincy. February is National Pet Dental Health Month Package includes: Dental examination pre-anesthetic blood work iv catheter with fluids anesthesia clean & polish dental package to take home Please call for an appointment 284-6187 INDIAN CREEK VETERINARY CLINIC 258 Old Arlington Rd., Crescent Mills, CA Ryan Kaumans ARRESTS, from page 1A like we are getting results; but the investigations can take time," Peay said. In this case, an investigation culminated with a warrant to search Mikey's Automotive. The SWAT team and detectives arrived at the business at 2:43 p.m. During the search of the business, a sellable quantity of methamphetamine was found, along with scales and other drug paraphernalia. Peay said the items discovered at the scene indicated that methamphetamine was being sold from the business. .... Chad White Michael Godby All three men were arrested and taken to the Plumas County jail for booking. Godby was held on $25,000 bail. Bail for White and Kaumans was $15,000, .... P, : III II II Bob00 Retirement Sale at The Feather Bed I rll I I r I IJ EO AND 8REAKF.ART Everything Must Go! Ill I II Ill Music and Dine. Friday Nights 5:30-9 pm at Upcoming Guitarist / Vocalists January 31, Andrew Ohren February 7, Karl Larson February 8, Jesse Kalin Carson (special Saturday performance) February 21, Kelly Ann Miller, February 28, Karl Larson No cover, dinner menu available. Dinner Reservations Recommended Happy Hour ~ s3 Pints 4-6pm Daily Enjoy Craft Beers on Tap at Eureka Peak Brewing Co. Treat yourself to a night away! 530-832-5528 72056 Hwy 70, Between Graeagle and Portola on Hwy 70