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From Page One wooo s ay May2 2001 -' said. lo this once a "Every am." said that some Under the ira- SWAT is about st 20 years, in Plumas the model of ave been no in- force," "We've been an objec- Through we're Put our best ded. accomplish each urnament. the tourney is 23 at Bailey Alamanor will to play of the de- at the tourney Ugh sponsors the has to buy SWAT, such as clothing and information call the ent at 283- deputies are hcdsted I II 1 l~raerson Dietz, [rid Laura Dun, chair of Foundation, awards been giv- California who will Universi- SChools during the 22nd year has grant- to dependent Pacific In- and we're to be able to assist these stu- dents in advancing their edu- cation beyond high school," said Dietz. The Sierra Pacific Founda- tion is the philanthropic divi- sion of Sierra Pacific Indus- tries. Scholarships are award- ed annually on a competitive basis to qualifying dependent children of SPI employees and are selected by the founda- tion's scholarship committee, cnsisting of six members un- affiliated with Sie'rra Pacific Industries. The oAD1 committee members are: Myron Abra- hamsen, Eureka; Lou Bosetti, Red Bluff; Laura Dun, Eureka; ther River College into the air by a Butte County Charlie Menoher, Redding; Anne Stromberg, Arcata; and Michael Stuart, Redding. "Our family of employees is the heart and soul of our oper- ations and the foundation's scholarship program is an im- portant way for us to recognize their loyalty and help provide additional opportunities for their children," said Dietz. The announcement brings the total amount of Foundation scholarships awarded to $1.6 million over the past 10 years. This year's recipients from the Quincy area are: Eran Boban, Cal Poly, San Luis (ggO) 2ff2-0202, xt. 2f4 PE124 $1o-Pitch Softball Take a co-ed adult softball course, or enroll in softball for men or women only. Class meeting days and times vary with Men, Women and Co-ed cl _asses. = S~=e your summer schedule for details. Adult softl~ll dasses begin Iqay z4. Intro to Canoeing Canoe along the Feather River and enjoy its summer splendor! paddling strokes, safety and how to canoe with confidence. Gear is provided. ne 18-22: Wednesday, 5-8 p.m. and Fnday, Saturday, sunday, 8 a.m.-7 p.m. e e sional team understands of providing a comfortable place for resi- Whether they are here for treatment or long-term b ise Huggins 283-2110 SunBridge Care and Rehabilitation for Quincy 50 Central Avenue Quincy 283-2110 Caring for those you care about t Patients Photo b),' Da,'e KeLLer Sheriff's Department hell- Obispo; Keith Hargraves, Wyoming Technical Institute; Amy Householder, Butte Com- munity College; Everette Hutchinson, Butte Community College; Shelby Miller, Sono- ma State University; Nicole Moulton, Hi-Tech Institute; Conni Noia, Sacramento City College/Sacramento State; Danika Rosario, Sonoma State University; Stephanie Rose- fear for hospital Continued from page 1A suggestion was not a realistic solution. Apology Musselman tried to help his own cause by having his adult son, Jason, apologize to the community on his behalf. Musselman was not able to attend the meeting because he had placed himself in a psychi- atric hospital until April 26. Board members said they did not take the decision to ter- minate the surgeon's contract lightly. A distraught Quinby called Musselman "a good doctor, a good surgeon, a good friend and neighbor.' Board member Ken Walker echoed Quinby's thoughts, contendine that the situation has caused "knots in my stom- ach. 'It's all a nightmare," Walker added The board members, howev- er were not alone. Others. such as IVH employ- ee Jim Bridges, called the Mus- selman decision difficult, but also argued that the decision to fire the doctor was "fairly clear cut; 'Tragedy' Nursing director docelyn Cote said the hospital will sur- vive without Musselman, whose plight she characterized as "a real, bona fide tragedy of Greek proportions." I IVH administrator Sheila Grothe said the hospital is fill- ing in with temporary physi- cians. Meanwhile, the hospital is prepared to search for a re- placement for Musselman, she said. IVH already had resumes on file because it was seeking a third physician to join Mussel- man and Dr. Dan Williams, Grothe said. Nevertheless, IVH officials are going take their time, she said. "We don't want to rush into anything yet," Grothe said. The current allegations against Musselman are not the doctor's first brush with trouble. Past troubles Nearly 20 years ago, Mussel- man left a Colorado medical center during a controversy over his role in the license re- vocation of another doctor. Less than a decade later, the Kansas licensing board re- voked his certification to prac- tice surgery there. In 1993, less than four years after arriving in Indian Valley, Musselman was convicted of deer poaching in Lassen County. Last month, Musselman al- legedly entered the Quincy Athletic Club and beat up the 48-year-old Bergstrand. He was arrested right away, released when he posted bail and then failed to appear in court two days later when he checked into a hospital in Reno. A warrant was issued for Musselman's arrest, but he turned himself in several days later, with his attorney by his side. meyer, Florida Institute of Technology; Tonya Rudd, Seat- tle University/University of San Francisco; Elizabeth Sen- A hearing to determine nett, Heald College; Jed whether Musselman will beor- Taborski, Sonoma State Uni-dered to answer to the allega- versity; Jamie Williams, tions is scheduled May 11 in Feather River College; Justin front of Judge Alan J. Thieler, Williams, Butte Community but the doctor's attorney, College; and Lisa Yocum, Robert Zernich, has indicated Chico Slate. ,~ ,- that;h~:W~ll ask for a continu- ance. .... :,, ....... --'-~-*-'~*'i ~' ~x':"~" v~ ............. ~:~%i~1_ ,,, ~ ~..I..,=.~.v~ ,_. B LEWtN 283-0800 Mirror, mirror, on the wall, who's the smartest green OGRE of them all? 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