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Quincy, California
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Fire News Hi m Wednesday, May 30, 2001 M m beginning to gather strength and height when flreflghters Initially appeared on the scene. But they were back by flrefighters and gallons of water. Mt. Hough Ranger District fire crews began mopping up after the small fire May 25. Using a chain saw and hand tools, they cleared the area, making sure the fire hadn't spread into the roots of the manzanita, where it might start again. LARGE 1 TOPPING PIZZA s Thin Crust Only IAND P OF I .............................................. ., Dine In Or~'y ~ Must be 21 years old I Coupon good thru 6/15/01 Not good with any other offer I m ~'~11~ Photos by Victoda Metcalf I of the Quincy Flre Department were the first to arrive on the 'scene, managing fire small. E,2: ..,awa*e. I l llded to the Aady Anderson Scene to direct -,re departments /qVe. the fires and then stayed for noon, but the small, blue Quincy engine was just run- ning down the tracks when the fine broke out. PNF law enforcement offi- cer Roger Newton was investi- gating the cause of the inci- dents at press time. mop-up, making sure the fire I t - eclaration of the hadn t burned down into the fire season just manzanita roots where it k " lghters from the could possibly ignite once - ati al Forest and again. DePartment were to hit two PNF responded with fire- t fighters and an engine. The - Friday after- ' " w agency s helicopter also fie the site. Oak Leaf Lane It's a dry year, and crews Road, along the "ad line, one fire are hitting fires hard, attempt- ing to catch them and put p 4-the tracks. A sec- them out before they have a 7 rt ght further upchance to spread, Anderson ~ Pire De | e :*erPi-I- partmentexplained. In order to do that effectively, the word is cooper- |' kh: ttle first on the ation between the various de- : ' ckin g downthe ! partments. spread across Called in as a possible struc- arm into some tare fire, an official cause of the fires hadn't been deteri firefight- mined by late Friday after'- Wasted energy Are you heating or cooling rooms in your home you don't use? Like the kid's bedroom who's off at from the Mt. District, and ' added water to Don't trust just anyone to insure your car, see me: Richard K. Stocklon, CLU ,agent Lic. #0868653 65 West Main Street, Quincy FAaM INSUitANCI neihbor, State Farm is there.@ school? That extra room where you store summer clothes? The unfurnished living room? If so, you may be rrfissing a great opportu- nity to save on heating and cooling costs. Once you close unused rooms, you save on the expense of keeping them comfortable. Plus, the closed off rooms act as insulation between the outside and the rest of the house. Just be sure all the registers, doors and windows are tightly shut. And be sure that no items stored in closed rooms need to be kept at normal room temperature. Then sit back and watch the sav- ings roll in. PLUMAS-SI~ERR~ REC ied-r~ir~ d~te.Jte rv ini-er~net # Thin Crust Only Dine-In. Take out. Delivery only. - Coupon good thru 6/15/01 ~ good with any offer off~' Plumas Pines Shopping Center 283-2320 I I I I I II II I I I I IIIII IIII You want the best for your You want them to grow up happy and healthy. That's why infancy is so At birth their brain cells begin to connect and A strong, nurturing connection with you now will help your children throughout their lives. They will do better in school, they will make friends more easily, and feel better about themselves. II II II I II Corny Child