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Bulletin, Progressive, Record, Reporter Wednesday, May 26, 2010 5B Lost load Charles Compton, 52, of Quincy was driving west- bound on Highway 70 just west of the Spanish Creek Bridge in a Sierra Pacific Indus- tries tractor-trailer when he heard a noise coming from the trailer hookup. Looking in his driver's side mirror, Compton saw the trailer separate from the truck. The trailer struck the back of the truck, then the rock cliff face before coming to rest blocking the west- bound lane and partially spilling a load of lumber. Photos by Mona Hill Want to add excitement to your rd g. ;' Training * Lessons • Boarding Specializing in: .... English Riding Discipline Tracy Sims Quincy CORRECTION In last week's Regional front feature we incor- rectly attributed photo credit to Joshua Seboid. The pictures were cour- tesy of Feather River Coordinated Resource Management. CA UC. #918636 PRE-ENGINEERED STEEL BUILDINGS OR POLE BARNS Custom Designed to Meet Your Needs GARAGE,SHOP, WAREHOUSE, MINI STORAGE, HAY BARN, HORSE BARN, HANGAR Now Offering Metal Roofing, Remodeling & Restoration Serving Lassen, Plumas and Sierra Counties 530-520-6667 Paid political advertisement • The Right Man • The Right Time • The Right Experience The citizens of Plumas County deserve an honest, dedicated and experienced Sheriff who is accountable, responsible and available. Your support in the coming election will ensure that Greg's leadership remains in place. GREG HAGWOOD PLUMAS COUNTY SHERIFF • Strong commitment to Plumas County • Approachable and available to you at all times • Cooperation with county agencies • Community involvement • Tradition of school support • Accountable • Stands behind local businesses VOTE TO RETAIN A PROVEN LEADER ON JIJNE 8th I00Jf GREG HAGWOOD 283-2870 * hagwoodf0rsheriff.com PAID POLITICAL ADVERTISEMENT I'd like to take a moment to introduce myself to everyone. My name is Glenn Harris, and it is with great pleasure that I can say, I am your County,Superintendent of Schools. Since my arrival almost two years ago in Quincy, I have felt blessed by the many gifted and talented people that I have met who are work- ing with us to help our children. In this county we are very fortunate to have the diversity of local parents/professionals who are willing to volunteer their time to improve the lives of our children. I have been in education administration for over 21 years: The gift I have received while in this profession has been the opportunity to serve students and families from various communities in both California and Washington State. The diversity of communities that I have served have ranged from rural island communities in Washington State to rural and urban communities throughout California. My previous experiences in life have primarily been in natural resource fields, from fire fighting, logging, forest ecology to working as a forest naturalist in Southeast Alaska. It is these previous life experiences that have led me to Plumas County, and I am proud to call this area my home. I am grateful and appreciative to serve as your County Superintendent of Schools and ask your support to continue to serve your children. I am about." * Fiscal Integrity • Accountability • Honesty • Willingness to hold the fierce conversations • A focused and strategic direction for our schools • Doing the right thing for kids, even when it is not popular • Compassion for our children • Making and supporting the tough decisions Our local schools can be the best schools in the state of California, where children can reach across our planet to connect and learn from the multitude of opportunities that abound. We owe it to them to continue to expand their educational options by integrating technology in a manner that will connect them across the oceans and allow them to take the course- work they desire and need to compete in a global economy as adults. I ask that you join me on this journey by supporting our efforts. Pai for b ' the committee to elect Greg Ha! wood for Sheriff PAID FOR BY THE COMMITTEE TO ELECT GLENN HARRIS