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6A Wednesday, May 12, 2010 Feather River Bulletin Three-car pile-up ai Mill Creek Road The California Highway Patrol reported 30-year-old Aurora Metz was driving her pickup west- bound approaching the intersection of East Main Street and Mill Creek Road at approximately 35 miles per hour when she looked down to adjust her MP3 player, which had stopped as she neared the intersection. The collision report said Metz looked back up and thought the traffic signal was green, when it was actually red. Photos by Joshua Sebo]d FEATHER RIVER COLLEGE Fall 2010 Schedule Now Available at the Following Locations: Quincy Plumas County Library, 445 Jackson Street, Quincy Quincy Chamber of Commerce, 464 W. Main Street. Quincy Work Connection, i953 E. Main Street, Quincy Alley Cat Cafe, 437 W. Main Street, Quincy Plumas Bank, 336 W. Main Street, Quincy Bank of America, 350 W. Main Street, Quincy ,.i' ;,i: --tr Online at: www'frc'edu]edmissinsandrecrds/schedules'hti i" F, 1 River TO register visit Rive, f  Coueg, Or contact Admissions & Records College at (530) 283-0202, ext. 600 Our Thanks... We want to thank all the businesses and individuals who purchased tee signs and/or donated items for our 9th Annual Quincy Rotary Clay Dyrr Memorial Golf Tournament According to the CHP Report, Metz broadsided 63-year-old Susan Christensen's minivan, as she was coming southbound through the intersection on Mill Creek with a green light. Need help REPI NG Your support helps fund our club's local community service projects and the scholarships we provide for our youth. -Quincy Rotary- can' Ilfind some4i o can. " . ti .....  ' ."" ii C O N S T R U C T I O N I ............ I .... ::: .................. i::i ,:,,::f ................ ;"!: ................. ::ii ::!!ii; i ::::!: i- ................................... ............ ;())f 2ic83532203 5 SH::N RK (' " :: Save $180 in your first year,: : Plus: Tim V. Jones Quincy [530) 283-3800 [800) 910-DISH P.O. Box 209 T W 0 R K " B r i n l J It D o w ff To Earth" StateReg.#E70726 AgTHORIzEDRETAILER Dgitol Home Advantage offer rec)uirell 24-month commitment and C:IKlit quollftcetion. If service is terminated before the end of itment. a cancellation fee of $17.50/month remaining Will apply, programming credits will apply dudng the flint 12 months. Monthly fees may apply based On type and number of receivers. All pdces. pKkaiiee and programming subject to change without notice. Local channels only available In certain areas. Additional restrictions and fees may apply. Offer ends 5/31/10. Flret-Ume DISH Network culltomore on. HBO/Showtime: Progremmlng credits will apply dudng the first 3 months. Customer must downgrade or then-current pdce will apply. HBO end related channelll ano eervice marks ore the propelly of Home Box Office. Inc. SHOWTIME and related marks are trademarks of Showtime Networks Inc.. CBS oompny. The CHP indicated the impact of the collision pushed Chris- tensen's vehicle into the front of 32-year-old Eric Williams' SUV as he was waiting in the left turn lane, to turn north onto Mill Creek Road. Metz reported stomach pains and Christensen was taken to PDH with a broken clavicle and a concussion. Ac- cording to the CHP she was still in an intensive care unit on Friday, but was expected to recover. Biodiesel co-op forming Wouldn't it be great if you could run your truck or car on a fuel that is produced lo- cally and does not create a political and environmental nightmare? Your dreams are within reach thanks to Jamie Lutch, manager of Simple Fuels Biodiesel of Chilcoot. Simple Fuels is producing and delivering biodiesel made from locally sourced waste vegetable oil that meets all federal standards. If you are interested in purchasing biodiesel in Quincy, come to an interest meeting at 7 p.m. Wednes- day, May 19, at the Quincy Natural Foods White House, across the street from the store. At the meeting, interested participants will share ideas on cooperative organization, possible storage location and required permitting needed for dispensing biodiesel in the Quincy area. This is a chance to pur- chase a locally produced ve- hicle fuel that is less pollut- ing to the environment and does not come from the bot- tom of the sea or the other side of the planet. For more information, contact Darrel Jury at 283- 2939. :Hazardous Waste Day00 . Saturday, June 5 ii 9:00a.m.- 2:00 p.m. Quincy Transfer Site ii Items accepted at no cost. Household only " U i o def," "t'ons of acceptable i household hazardous waste, contact: Feather River Disposal, Inc. ii; i!ii!! ( A WASTE MANAGEMENT COMPANY :L ServingQuincy, Greenville&Chester/LakeAlmanor) : 530-283-2065 i