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March 14, 2001

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Community News Wednesday, March 14, 2001 3A 1 1 ing with Reno casinos to offer I[ or promotional packages, as are ust 1.5 riders per offered in other areas. isn't happy Greyhound resumed service ridership its routesin Plumas County in Novem- Plumas County re- ber of 1999, after a hiatus of unless more people several years. In 1999 the aver- ling Greyhound, ser-age ridership was four. this November. To improve that number, Byrne, of the PlumasGreyhound changed the sched- )ortation Com- ule to make Reno a day trip for l, :ot the word lastPlumas County residents. But, Greyhound. But rather than improving rider- isn't pulling out ship numbers, the numbers making one last at- dropped. Lip. How do you feel about Grey- schedule will go into hound providing service to 1, which offers con-Plumas County? Visit the Service to Redding and Feather Publishing Web site at (See adjacent and register your opinion. he is also work- of Women Vot- Plumas County students and a County will hold published community study of regular meeting local government. The organi- March 15, at noon. zation also hosts public forums bag lunch meeting on issues of interest to local at the Plumas Rur- residents and voters. room lo- The Plumas member-at-large 886 Jackson St. in unit of the League of Women Voters of California meets on league is commit- the third Thursday of each Voter education and month at noon. Anyone inter- candidates' forums ested in local league activities years. Special can call Joyce Scroggs at 283- league include 0795. essay contest for meeting of the "Where it is--where is it go- " ounty Republican ing?" will be held The Republican Women's March 22, at 10:45 group is open for membership I the Masonic Hall, 70 to all Plumas County Republi- can women. Fqr information, 283-5486. ing i" wish. to the group will hear make a reservation for the Flanigan, presi- March meeting and luncheon Chamber of should call Bobby Monroe at Mr. Flanigan will 283-1053. Reservations need to on the local economy, be in by Monday, March 19. Car Payments As Low As $75/Mo. SHADETREE AUTO SALES 283-9740 nuntry Burger Everj one's Favodtel Club Sandwich Special delicious classic double-decker sandwich choice of homemade soup, salad or fries and medium drink. Lindan & Main, Quincy complete western outfitter Home Accessories Feed Tack Pet Supplies Crescent Mills (next to tow yard) 284-6156 Read down Read up 5997 Schedule Number 5996 Frequency l Ren% Nev. I0:15 Leave Greyhound Terminal Arrive 8:00 10:25 Leave Sands Regency (Casino) Arrive 7:50 10:40 Leave Reno Hilton (Casino) Arrive 7:35 11:05 Hallelujah Jct., CA 7:10 f Chilcoot f f Vinton f f Beckwourth f 11:30 Portola 6:45 f Blairsden Jct. (1/2 Mile) f f Feather River Prep. School f f Cromberg f f Sloat Jct. f f Spring Garden f 12:15Arrive Quincy Leave 6:00 12:30Leave Quincy Arrive 5:45 f Feather River Jr. College f Keddie Jet. (1 mile) f Paxton f Twain f Belden f Tobin f Storrie f f Pulga Bridge f Arrive Chico, CA Leave :30 3:15 Leave Chico Arrive 3:10 i:l Arrive Redding, CA Leave 1:15 :15 Leave Chico Arrive 3:10 :45 Arrive Sacramento Leave 12:40 This is the new Greyhound bus schedule, which will go in- to effect April 1. The "f" on the schedule means that the bus won't autonmtically stop at that location, a rider must it wn. 1 1 A Quincy blood drive will be pening, United Blood Services held Saturday, March 17, from is asking all eligible residents 9-2 p.m. at the Church of Jesus of the Quincy area to donate Christ of Latter-Day Saints at blood at the upcoming commu- 55 Bellamy Lane. Contact Con- nity blood drive. nie Garrish at 283-4978 or War- The blood bank is currently ren Grandall at 283-0478 for extremely low on both O+ and more information. O- blood types. Everyone 17 The blood drive is sponsored years and older, weighing at by the Church of Jesus Christ least 110 pounds, are asked to of Latter-Day Saints. make a difference in their Low donor turnout in the community. The donation past months has resulted in ex- process takes approximately tremely low blood supplies an hour. which could lead to blood That hour out of a day shortages across the nation, means a lifetime to another. To prevent this from hap- Crcsccnt otcl .... Fa l , Leslie Min~ ~ K.cnn~I Davis Z8+--o879 I-lw~. 89, C ...... t M,I& Set-t, ng North Eastern CaJiforn=a . Frank SPa'ah, ReOred LAPD Supe~sor of Detectives (25 years) "INQUIRE - - . - Business Cr~ma~ Dekmse Bar~'WP~Y Compensarx~ Cnm~aJ Ptstory Accia~t ~ personaJ mlury Photo sine VkJeo Survenance Business & C.m~t Business History tatewie~ & Statements Bac~ro~ process Sefwr~ Asset & Prope'ly Searches )wvofCe & Ch~ Custoo, y Pr~t Derogatory Pvt~ic Filings Business Lce~ses ~ ExPert Wimess (Law Pre-Sentenc~ Reports ~o~oo~wt m=~o,~ INVESTIGATIVE SERVICE" Calilomia State License P.1.14614 Susa~v~lle ~ Almanor ANTI JES The Easter Bunny Is Herel And he's supplied us o O o o with chocolate baskets, hocolate eggs, bunnies, carrots, Easter candies and many goodies for your baskets. Open 7 days IO - 6 213 Hain St. Greenville 284-7334 1 A public hearing for a gener- Board of Supervisors' room on al plan amendment in the Sier- the third floor of the county ra Valley has been resched-courthouse. uled at the request of Supervi. Pearson requested the date sot B. J. Pearson. change because Supervisor The public hearing, to dis-Ken Nelson will be out of town cuss a request to change a par- March 20, and Pearson be- eel of land from agricultural lieves it is important for all su- preserve to industrial, haspervisors to bepresent. been rescheduled from Tues-The planning department day, March 20 to Tuesday, will publish a new public no- April 3. tice and notify affected proper- The hearing is scheduled for tyowners. 1:30 p.m. in the Plumas County The Feather River College ter at FRC in Quincy. Board of Trustees invites the The general public is wel- public to its monthly meeting corned at the meeting, where Thursday, March 15, at 3 p.m. general items will be dis- in the Learning Resource Cen- cussed. Every week, you'll know more. MACULAR DEGENERATION If you are over 40, you may have this con- dition and not know it. Early detection can sometimes lead to treatment. However, with- out detection, this condition can cause vision loss. Please see Drs. Gilman and Gilman for a complete eye and vision examination ............. .-. DRS. GILMAN GILMAN 68 Central Ave. Quincy 283-2206 iiii Complete vision and eye care, Optometrists and Ophthalmologists on staff, Vision and Eye examinations, treatment of eye disease, cataract surgery, for- eign body removal, threshold visual field analysis, contact lenses, glasses (large selection of inexpensive to designer eyewear), low vision aids for the visually impaired, and vision therapy for learning related vision problems. Hello Everyone! Grandma went to Atlanta and bought lots of great stuff! I went to San Francisco with Grandma, Mom and Dad. I'I I'I ! I bought my necessities. Grandma and Mom bought all the niceties for the shop! Come by for a visit and see all the wonderful things. Opening March 15th We're back open 7 days 10-6 284-6016 Highway 89, Crescent Mills Your Friend, Charlie