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12A Wednesday, May 19, 2010 Feather River Bulletin All four perpetrators of the Meadow Valley home inva- sion in December have pied no contest at this point. Ronnie Williams pled no contest to residential rob- bery Wednesday, May 7. The crime can carry a sen- tence of three, six or nine years and Williams pied "open," meaning the judge will decide which of those terms to assign to him. Darneil Hamilton pled no contest to residential bur- glary Friday, May 14. Deputy District Attorney III David Hollister said he ex- pected Hamilton to receive a two-year prison sentence. Both men will return for sentencing Friday, June 11. Chris Cudia was previously sentenced to four years in prison for residential bur- glary, and Sterling Jamison was placed on probation for possession of stolen property. Loretz duo Hollister said the crimes Martin and Rebecca Loretz associated with these will be in court Friday, May charges were committed in 28, for a pretrial conference. February and March 2010, The pair was charged with and November 2009. residential burglary, grand The couple was arrested theft and two counts of pos- Tuesday, March 30, after sessing stolen property in search warrants were served late April. at their residence and two Rebecca Loretz received an storage units. additional grand theft Sheriff Greg Hagwood charge, and both suspects "said losses associated face a misdemeanor charge with this case approached of filing a false police report. $100,000. I Plumas Bank has imple- mented a reorganization plan in an effort to improve its financial results, which have deteriorated along with the general economy over the last couple of years. The restructuring includes in 4 Rocker/Recliner New Soft Fabric in 4 Colors SALE Reg. 479. Save 81. Reg. 369. Save 71. Rocker/Recliner La-Z-Boy's #1 Best Seller! in 6 Colors SALE! Reg.489, Save 61. High Back Reclining Sofa Covered in Long Wearing Chocolate Micro Matching Reclining I Love Seat Fiber...Very Comfortable! Reg. 1299. Save lOl, 0n each piece! Reg 1199. are welcome! .::::~:~ ' .......~'o~' ~i ~ " ............ :: ": ...- ~,~ 2830 MAIN STREET, SUSANVILLE 257-7788 CA LIC 448528 II I reductions in staffing levels by 10 percent through retire- ments, attrition and volun- tary and involuntary layoffs. A total of 12 positions -- 7 percent of the bank's 170 em- ployees -- have been elimi- nated company-wide, three of those jobs in the adminis- trative offices located in Quincy. The other nine positions are spread out among the bank's 11 branches in its six- county service area. Andrew Ryback, interim president and chief execu- tive officer, said these changes, in addition to a va- riety of other cost-cutting measures, will result in ex- perzse reductions in excess of $1 million this year and will help return the bank to a po- sition of strength and prof- itability. "These are challenging times for all of us. Neverthe- less, management remains confident that with our sus- tained focus, commitment and action, the bank will continue to move toward a return to financial strength to grow and thrive in the post-recessionary environ- ment for the benefit of our customers, employees and shareholders alike," Ryback said. ipal Plumas Unified School Dis- trict announced Thursday, May 13, that it had hired James Lake Jr. as the new principal for Greenville High School. "I'm thrilled," said school board membei" Jonathan Kusel. "He knows the area and has demonstrated an un- derstanding of the issues. He was truly the top candidate. We're excited to have him" Lake is currently an assis- tant principal at Beyer High School in Modesto City Schools. He began his career in education administration during 2007, as assistant prin- cipal of Patterson High School in the Patterson Joint Unified School District. Lake was pre- viously a teacher at Our Lady of Miracles Elementary SchoOl in Gustine. He was one of two finalists recommended by staff and community for the GHS posi- tion. According to a press re- lease from PUSD, Lake emerged as the top candidate based on his ability to reach out and get involved with stu- dents and parents in his com- munity. Lake has ties to Plumas County. He spent his sopho- more year as a student at GHS. His father, James Lake Sr., served as principal of GHS in 1988 - 89. Kusel praised Lake's "per- sonal commitment to educa- tion," noting he is working on a Ph.D. in education. Need help ING If it's we can' ll find some o can. CONSTRUCTION SINCE 198,4 I General Building Contractor Calif. Lic. #453927 (530) 283-2035 ....................... Ill Ii I1~ , " -ill ..................... i