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Bulletin, Progressive, Record, Reporter Wednesday, May 26, 2010 11(: Discounts continue at many campgrounds USDA Forest Service Chief Tom Tidwell announced May 17 his decision not to imple- ment proposed changes to fees charged to holders of passes at Forest Service campgrounds operated by private businesses. This de- cision means seniors and people with disabilities will continue to receive a dis- count at Forest Service campgrounds run by private concessions. The Forest Service had proposed changes to dis- counts provided to holders of Golden Age and Golden Ac- cess Passports and Senior and Access Passes. Under the proposal, discounts at con- cession-operated camp- grounds would have changed from the current 50 percent to 10 percent. After consider- ing many public comments, the Chief determined the proposed changes are not the best way to address growing challenges regarding ser- vices provided by private businesses at Forest Service recreation facilities. "Each year more than 175 million people enjoy recre- ational opportunities on Na- tional Forests and Grass- lands, and that includes more than 15 million visits to our campgrounds," said Tid- well. "Particularly in these difficult economic times, it is very important to maintain affordable access to our Na- tional Forests and Grass- lands, giving people easy ways to recreate and find respite in the great out- doors." The chiefs decision leaves in place a 50 percent dis- count at campgrounds run by private concessions for holders of Golden Age and Golden Access Passports and Interagency Senior and Ac- cess Passes. Concessioners are not required to accept passes at day use sites. Se- niors age 62 and older pay a one-time $10 fee for the Se- nior Pass. Lifetime Access Passes for people with dis- abilities are free. The Forest Service con- ducted a 60-day public notice and comment period on the proposed changes. More than 4,000 comments were re- ceived. The mission of the USDA Forest Service is to sustain the health, diversity, and productivity of the nation's forests and grasslands to meet the needs of present and future generations. The agency manages 193 million acres of National Forest Sys- tem land, provides steward- ship assistance to non-feder- al forest landowners, and maintains the largest forestry research organiza- tion in the world. For more information, visit Youth sports camp coming to Chester North Bay Soccer Camps will hold a one-week youth soccer camp for boys and girls ages 4 - 14. The camp will be on the Collins Sports Complex in Chester Monday - Friday, Aug. 9 - 13. The Yoda Cgm p Special of / ;vr FISHING REPORT $50 is available for any play- er registered before July 1. Regular cost after July 1 will be $65 for ages 4 to 7, and $80 for ages 8 to 14. To receive an application or for more details, call (707) 481-6017, or email cbutch- Lake Davis As of May 21, the fishing at Davis is still great. The shore fishing is still produc- ing a number of fish ranging from 14-18 inches. Float the worm a foot off the bottom with a single salmon egg. You could even try some garlic Powerbait trout dip on that also. Ed Dillard went out yes- terday and grabbed himself 30 fish. Twenty-nine of those were 13-14 inches and one was 18 inches. Ed said that the best results were from trolling 6 feet down around the big island with the Sock- eyed Slammer. The current water temp is at 53-54 de- grees. Report courtesy of Sierra Super Stop/Dollard's; 832- 5251 Frenchman Lake The weather was beautiful this past week, great fishing weather. Fishermen have been catching their limits Check all week, mostly on the east side of the lake. Two young men caught two brown trout, in the creek, below the dam. They averaged 16 - 22 inches and at least 1.5 pounds. Shore fishing seems best, using nightcrawlers and marsh- mallows. All campgrounds are now open, boat ramps are in, and Frenchman's is ready for the summer. Call ahead for updates: 993-4683. Report courtesy of Wiggin's Trading Post; 993-4683 Need help REPI CONSTRUCTION IIINCE; 1984 General Building Contractor Calif. 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FEATHER RIVER COLLEGE BASEBALL SOFTBALL FRC 31-5 FRC 27-10 at Taft W 4-3 at West Valley W 14-0 at Taft W 11-9 at Mission W 11-0 at Cabrillo W 5-4 at Siskiyous L 1-3 at Cosumnes L 18-11 at Monterey Peninsula W 5-3 at American River L 8-2 at Gavilan W 10-2 at Sierra L 3-2 at Santa Rosa L 3-5 at Yuba W 3-2 at Mendocino W 18-6 at Yuba W 7-6 at American River W 5-0 at Yuba W 6-2 at American River W 9-1 at Siskiyous W 6-2 at Merced W 10-1 atSiskiyous W 15-2 at Merced W8-0 at Lassen W 16-2 at Contra Costa W 4-0 at Lassen W 12-2 at SJ Delta L 1-2 Lassen W 17-3 Lassen * W 14-0 Butte W 9-5 Lassen * W 8-0 at Butte L 10-7 at San Mateo L 1-9 at Butte W 11-1 at Diablo Valley W 6-2 Shasta W 11-0 at Gavilan W 4-1 Shasta W 11-3 at Solano L 0-4 Shasta W11-1 Redwoods* W5-0 at Modesto W 9-4 Redwoods * L 1-8 at Oiablo W 8-3 Shasta * W 9-4 Redwoods W 13-3 Shasta* W 5-1 Redwoods W 16-0 at Siskiyous * W 3-2 Siskiyous W 14-0 at Siskiyous * L 5-11 Siskiyous W 12-2 Butte* L7-12 Siskiyous W 27-2 Butte* L 7-11 Redwoods W 15-4 at Butte * W 6-4 at Lassen W 19-0 at Butte * W 5-3 Lassen W 14-3 at Redwoods * W 6-2 at Redwoods W 16-2 at Redwoods * W 7-1 at Redwoods W 20-1 at Shasta * W 9-i at Butte W 22-14 at Shasta * W 10-5 Butte W 15-2 at Lassen * W 10-0 at Shasta L 6-5 at Lassen * W 11-3 atShasta W8-4 Siskiyous L5-15 Siskiyous W 7-2 Coaches: Send updates or corrections to or call 283-0800. ....... .i:. 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