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;i F~ Wednesday, March 14, 2001 in li "Here kitty, kitty. Here kit- ty. There you are. Oh, don't be frightened. After all, we are re- lated. My, what a beautiful col- or you are. That's it, come on over and play." Munch. Urp! "Here dinner, ahem, I mean kitty, kitty." And so it went five times at Nancy Sherck's house in 1 Twain until Monday March 5,killed by a lion last year in when she heard the commo- Butterfly Valley and the cat tion of her remaining five cats was subsequently tracked and all trying to get through the destroyed. same tiny opening under the Butterfly Valley is but one house. Looking out into her ridge east of Twain. So, the big front yard, she found herself cat that's around right now is staring into the eyes of a large, either an evil reincarnation or adult mountain lion 10 feet something new altogether, de- away. pending on individual beliefs It has been two years since and paranoia. the last lion terrorized this I spoke with Game Warden small community. It left nu- Bob Orange last week after in- merous dead and injured pets terviewing Mrs. Sherck, and by the time it finished its reign he explained the reasons why of terror. Most residents be- the Butterfly Valley incident lieved that the threat from that resulted in a successful hunt, lion ended when a dog was while the Twain lion of yore By N ,ar All entrants must complete a 5, at 4 p.m., at the PSREC Mem- Pon01a Editor typed or legibly written appli- ber Services Department, 73233 There are four opportunities cation and essay. Highway 70, Suite A, Portola, available to students in The Washington Youth Tour CA 96122. Plumas County through Essay is to be no less than 250 Sophomores, juniors and se- Plumas Sierra Rural Electric words and not more than 1,000 niors whose primary residence Cooperative (PSREC). words, on the subject: What I is supplied with electric ser- Sophomore, junior and se- Plan to Give Back to My Corn- vice from PSREC are eligible nior high school students, as munity, for the Youth Energy Seminar well as all students currently The essay will be judged on(YES), held at Boreal Ridge in enrolled or planning to enroll creativity and context with a June. in college are eligible, but all consideration given to spelling Six students will be chosen four do require an application and grammar by the editorial by the judges from their appli- form which is available at staff of Ruralite Magazine in cation form and a personal in- PSREC or any of the high Oregon. formation sheet. school offices in Plumas Court- The winner will fly to SaltThe personal information ty. Lake City, where they will join sheet should be written in re- Information and an applica- students from several western sume form. tion form may also be found at states, who will fly to Washing- Winners of the YES competi. PSREC's Web site, ton together, tion will be transported to 13o- http://www.psln.com, or by In Washington, they will real Ridge Resort, located near calling the PSREC office at 832. tour landmarks of the capitol Truckee, amid the trees and 4261, or outside the Portola- city and learn more about how mountain tops of the Sierra. Graeagle area at 1-800-5 -2207. government works. Last year, more than 80 kids All sophomores and Juniors Included on the Washington filled the lodge and dormitory whose primary residence is tour will be trips to The for a wide variety of activities supplied with electric service Smithsonian Institute, Arling- emphasizing leadership, fun, from PSREC may apply for the ton National Cemetery, Capitol self-realization, cooperative is- Washington Youth Tour 2001. Hill, the Iwo Jima Memorialsues, elections and much more. One student will be chosen and the White House. YES camp is set up for the to receive an all-expense paid The deadline for applica- students to run it as a coopers- trip to Washington, D.C., in tions for the Washington tire. There is a board of direc- June. Youth Tour is Thursday, April tots and general manager. I Whitehawk Ranch property of the voters last week. and one blank. The 77 ballots owners voted for a new tax to The tax is effective from fis- were cast from the 97 regis- help fund fire suppression and cal year July 1, 2000 through tered Voters in whitehawk. recreation. June 30, 2001. According to the ballot, the The $420 annual fee for resi- According to the yoting re-special tax, which required a dential parcels, and the $1,260 sults released by Plumas tw&-thirds vote, will fund "ser. fee for commercial parcels, County Clerk's office, the bal- vices of a volunteer fire de- was approved by 92.2 percentlots cast were: 71 yes, five no, partment, fire protection and Quincy: (530) 283-3386 Small: krealtor@jps.net Kay Farris TIMEs HAVE CHANGED! Not man " r y y ars a2o, trot you with plumbing, heating, water, money down and" take yoursewage, drainage, roof, or stmc- cnances" was considered normal rural systems. It's wake-up time. When sell- ing your home disclose, disclose, disclose. Buyers nOCedurc when buvini a home. The second advice to owners e Latin term "ca{,ea emptor" is: .be prepared to correct any or "Let the buyer beware" only deficiencies in the home, prefer- reinforced the fact that it was the ably before it is put on the mar- buyer's responsibility to discgv- ket. Again, buyers expect to pur- er detects which might exist m a chase a home in goodcondition. home. Owners who defer needed repairs often receive low offers. It is not unusual for buyers to offer $2 less for every $1 in needed repairs. If you plan to sell and your home needs repairs, take action now to correct them. Your Realtor can help by pointing out potential buyer concerns. Call Leah or Kay today. WUtlmOm AUOClamm Located in downtown Graeagle (530) 836-1234 expect it. Today's home buyers are well informed and expect to be told about any and all shortcomings which may exist in a home. Property owners should openly disclose all known problems presents the Feather River Baseball Player ofthe Week Jared Grune 2000: Jared split time as a fresh- man in the outfield. He will battle for a starting position in right field in Spring 2001. 1995.99: Jared started all four years on the varsity baseball team for Sparks High School, Nevada. He was a First Team All Confer- ence performer his junior and se- nior years. Jared played on the Ne- vada National team and competed in Australia; he also played in the Junior All Star game. Personal: Jared was born 4/5/80. He is a liberal studies major. He is the son of Scott and Millie Grune and he has one sister, Lyndsey. His goal is to play profes- sional baseball. Favorite Pizza Factory Meal: Lasagna. I was so difficult to track down--bait and weather. During the period of time the T vaha lion was operating, the weather was dry. Scent does not hang around long in dry conditions and, while nosing around, the dogs pick up a lot of dust in their sniffers. The Butterfly Valley hunt was successful because the hunters staked out the re- mains of the dog, hung out nearby, and the lion came back to its unfinished meal. The same procedure was fol- lowed in Twain, but the cat didn't return to finish up and But, it's not all business at camp. The leaders of tomorrow have some free time as well. Visiting Donner Lake, play- ing basketball, volleyball, swimming, enjoying evening dances or just hanging out with newly made friends are some of the activities avail- able. Applications and personal information sheets need to be dropped off or mailed to the above address by Thursday, April 5, at 4 p.m. There are also two scholar- ships being awarded by the PSREC, a total of $6,000 in edu- cational funds. The Plumas-Sierra Telecom- munications Citizen scholar- ship is available to all seniors in high school, college or grad. uate school, whose parents/guardians or self are receiving satellite service or Internet service from the PSREC. The Plumas-Sierra REC's Citizen scholarships are open to all high school seniors and older students whose par- ents/guardians or self primary prevention, emergency med- ical response, and the improve- ment, operation management and maintenance of the recre- at.tonal facilities and amenities to be deeded to the district Mohawk Valley Ranch, Inc. .... Not including products or other sale items Sale ends Sat., March 17 Great Northern Hair Co. 458 Main St, Quincy 283-3307 or Cl' ck Out These "Imd~m m ~qmr mm o m~inw pmmr ~ @P~:) *m m ~ rim*mr tm ~ ~ Im~ Nm(lll II) Feather was never tracked, despite the long hours hunters spent in the area. Lion meals in Twain, cur. rently, have involved kitty cats and the only parts left over from them is a bit of fur and the jawbones. Orange tells me that mountain lions, for some unknown reason, do not eat the jawbones of kitties. Every- thing else is consumed. We are all hoping that this cat is either brought to bay or goes back to the wild before any more pets are lost. It is dif- ficult to understand why a mountain lion is preying on small huge population of deer around, but it seems that pets, they don't stop. Rhonda Perkins was on her way home Chico Saturday, when she spotted a ma : hag by the side of the Shady Rest perverted mass infusion substances. nothin'. residence is supplied with elec- tric service from PSREC. Three $1,000 scholarships in each category will be paid to an accredited educational training institution beyond the high school level. The winning candidates will receive their awards at the 2001 Annual Meeting to be held Sept. 9. Entrants must submit an ap- plication, personal informa- tion sheet and an essay. Entrees will be judged on the following: essay, 40 percent; school and community in- volvement, 40 percent; and scholastic achievements (grades), 20 percent. Student applying for either scholarship must have a mini. mum of a 2.5 grade point aver- age and be in good standing. An official transcript must ac- company the application. The student must not be a member of the immediate faro- fly of an employee, director or manager, nor can they have been a previous winner. All entrants must complete a typed or legibly writt 500 word essay from onS topics. Those topics are: deregulation nia electric providers J turn, what being felt by the consumer; What do of governmental of any or all the telephone, airlines tric; What are your on the 2000 tion problems, electoral or not, recounts or not: so how many; How do about the application] for college, starting PSAT test, then the ing for applications them out. 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