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14A Wednesday, April 16, 2014 reamer Kwer z~uueun II Laura Beaten would like to create an RNEnactus, Upward Bound Water" will be shown at the Staff Writer program in the future, despite 'and Career Technical West End Theatre at 7 p.m. Ibeaton@plumasnews.com the challenges of a lack of Education students all got The free event includes a local critical care and psych recognition from community sustainability "We did have a closed facilities for students to Superintendent/President awards ceremony, a session today," board intern in. Kevin Trutna for their recent fundraiser drawing for president John Sheehan said Head soccer coach Don achievements, multiple earth-friendly prizes as he opened the Feather Williams was next to receive Trutna also singled out the and original artwork by local River College board meeting his tenure certificate. He was student environmental artist Phil Gallagher, and a April 10, "and nothing was also honored for his manyassociation for its work panel discussion by local determined about contributions to the college burning 11 piles ofbiomass in water experts. anything." and community, the past month, which Prior to the film, the college Sheehan's light remark, Williams said he was proud completes a pile-burning will host an Earth Day denoting that no action was of the 39 active faculty in the project conducted by Darrel Assembly on campus taken, set the tone for the rest athletics department who Jury. , beginning at noon. A drum of the meeting, which began produce 689 FTE for the Altogether, 176 piles were circle, energy strategy by honoring two FRC faculty college -- by far the largest burnedin efforts to help presentation and unveiling of members with tenure, chunk of any department, reduce fire danger on bear-proof trash cOntainers Judy Mahan was called up Williams, who came from campus, and a water bottle filling first to receive a certificate the business world and station will take place before honoring her carries an MBA, coaches both Earth Day activities a trash pickup contest from 1 accomplishment of men's and women's soccer.Several Earth Day events to 2 p.m. successfully completing the He has brought the men's are scheduled around campus For more information on four-year tenure process, team up to the rank of No. 11 and in Quincy during the Earth Days events go to Mahan is the college's in the nation, while an athlete week of April 21. frlt.org. director of nursing and has on the women's team will be On the evening of April 22, The next regular board built the program up from 20 playing in the World Cup this which is Earth Day, the meeting is scheduled for students to 30. She said she summer, documentary film "Treading May 15. If you want to send a letter to the editor or a press release, please send it here: dmcdonald@plumasnews.com Dan McDonald Managing Editor "The officer was dmcdonald@plumasnews.com left with no other Three family members of a choice. The Portola man who was shot and killed by a sheriffs actions byMr. deputy last year have filed a Mauro I1! wro. .l death claim against compeuea Plumascounty. the deputy to take Mariano Joseph Mauro, Jr., Anthony Joseph Mariano the actions he Mauro and Angelena Mauro are each seeking $2 million in took." damages for the death of their father, Mariano Joseph Mauro. Greg Hagwood, Sheriff Mauro was fatally shot in the lobby of Eastern Plumas after Mauro swung the baton Health Care in Portola on Oct. at Klundby's face, missing the 20, 2013, after a violent deputy by inches. struggle with Deputy Tom The claim, submitted by Klundby. Salinas attorney Stephen Klundby, who was the only Wagner, also lists Klundby, officer on the scene, Sheriff Greg Hagwood, EPHC responded to a 911 call by an CEO Tom Hayes and the EPHC staff member. The hospital's chief of staff Dr. caller said Mauro had broken Eric Bugna as being a window and barricaded responsible for causing himself in his room. Mauro's death. Mauro charged the deputy Mauro's children said the soon after he arrived on the hospital "failed to provide scene and the struggle began, safe premises and to properly An investigation by the follow (Welfare and Plumas County District Institutions code for a person Attorney's Office found that with a mental health the deputy acted lawfully in disorder)." the shooting. The report, The claim is not a lawsuit. released Jan. 27, is being No suit had been filed by the reviewed by the state Mauros as of the newspaper's attorney general, deadline. In the confrontation that Hayes said he wasn't aware led to the shooting, the of the claim and that the 53-year-old Mauro wrestled hospital had not received with the deputy. He managed anything from the Mauro to get ahold of the deputy's family as of last week. Taser and baton. He also got The Plumas County Board his hands on the deputy's of Supervisors was scheduled holstered gun, firing a shot in to address the claim in closed the process, session Tuesday, April 15. In their claim against the Hagwood reiterated that county, Mauro's children the deputy took the claim their father was appropriate action. retreating and trying to exit "The officer was left with the hospital when he was no other choice," Hagwood shot. said. "The actions by Mr. The DA's report stated the Mauro compelled the deputy deputy fired the fatal shots to take the actions he took." 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