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. 8A Wednesday, Feb. 10, 2010 Feather River Bulletin Rot threatens oak; tree trimmer saves it Plumas National Forest Public Affairs Officer Lee Anne Schramel said she was hopeful that the tree, seen here in a 1940s photograph, would be around for another 20 years with a little help. Photo submitted. Plumas National Forest officials received some good news Monday, Feb. 1, when Toppers Tree Service determined the oak tree in front of the forest supervisor's office in Quincy wouldn't have to be taken down. A PNF forester had taken off a limb and dis- covered significant rot in the tree, and the Forest 'Service feared the tree'would have to be dropped. Instead, Toppers employees cut out dead materiel and lightened the 10ad on some of the larger branches. Photo by Joshua Sebold NEWSMAKER Ashly L. Conte of Quincy has been named to the Presi- dent's Honor Roll at Washing- ton State University-Pullman for the fail 2009 semester. The President's Honor Roll recognizes students who stand above the rest with excellent academic perfor- mance. To be eligible for the honor roll, undergraduate students must be enrolled in nine graded hours in a single term at WSU and earn a grade point average of 3.75 or earn a 3.50 cumulative GPA, based on 15 cumulative hours of graded work. OFFER ENDS SOON, CALL TODAY! Plumas Satellites YOUR LOCAL DISHNLrI'WORK CONNECTION llE~ OUR COMMUNITY SINCE 111111 1- 800- 434 -7428 530-284-1701 530-257-5767 Your dish network consultants Visit ua onlinJ at: www.plumasdlsh.oom NETWORK, AUTHORIZED RETAILER No bonus for Hathaway; board changes meeting day Plumas District Hospital board members spent nearly five hours in closed session a key role in increasing the risk of many cancers Regular exerose can help you avoid the disease and its ~,costs. 2288 E. Main St., Quincy, CA www.curvesquincy.com | Monday, Feb. 8, discussing economic situation. the performance evaluation Hathaway and other mem- of Chief Executive Officer bers of the executive team Richard Hathaway. The board reported no a action during the session, but director John Kimmel said there would be no salary increase or bonus for Hathaway given the current Need help REPI , +.,]+~+,:~i. If It s ~lng we can' II find some~~o can. received bonuses last year, move that left some employees disgruntled, At.the time, Dr. Mark Satterfield, another board member, said that by contract Hathaway and the other executives were entitled to bonuses if they met certain performance criteria. The Plumas District Hos- pital board, which has been meeting Tuesday afternoons, has decided to move its meet- ings back to its traditional date of Thursday afternoon. The next meeting will be Thursday, March 11. ........ ~+~, ........ +: m .++ : "~+~+ +~i++:~! "+!:::i{.i+i++"++~i:+ ...... i+++~{+l.+:+ .!~ .............. :::)...:~ :: ::~:~ Kory Felker, MPT on site for you 5 days a week! Local QHS graduate Class of 1995 Actively involved in community clubs and athletics PL~ PHYSICAL THERAPY Kory Felker, MPT 78 Central Ave., Quincy 283-2202 i CONSTRUCTION SINCE 1984 m General Building Contractor Calif. Lic. #453927 (530) 283-2035 -," Full Service Florist and Gifts :~k% In these hard times, we all need a "Pick Me Up Bouquet" t~ 315 Bonta St., Blairsden, CA (1 block off Hwy 89 & Hwy 70) ~/]. Is your furnace feeling its age? A Technician from Madden Plumbing & Heating will do the job right the first time. Factory Trained Technicians Friendly, Honest Help It's having HEAT when you need it/