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Reporter Wednesday, May 30. 2001 y hot, status immediately." Mary Huggins, a CDF forester conditions in The alert included the one-serving this area. all units of person field office for the CDF Anyone wishing to burn on it of in Quincy. their property, or anyone Protection Fire season is simply a state wishing to start a campfire, declared fire of readiness. Dispatch levels of should check with local au- emergency responders are typ- thorities first. Huggins' office s more than 30 ically increased. The declara- is located on Main Street in of state and pri- tion of fire season also means Quincy. The telephone number ed by the that all CDF facilities will be is 283-1792. Ranger district of- staffed 24 hours per day. The rices throughout the Plumas move, Glen hiring and training of 1,400 and Almanor national forests director seasonal firefighters will be also have information. instructed completed as soon as possible. Newman added, "We are get- staffing Air tankers and helicoptersting ready for fire season and to imme- will be moved from off-season we are asking aH Californians sonal fire- maintenance sites to air bases to do the same. Now is the time around the state, where they to create a defensible space especially dry will be available for dispatch, around your home. Give our The wind The declaration of fire sea- firefighters a righting chance dried out the son may also mean that burnto save your property." many places permits are canceled in some For tips on how to make a said New- areas, although that actionhome fire safe, see the CDF of our facili- hasn't been taken yet in Weh siteat. fire season Plumas County, explained i I dry weather until lifted by Sager when this season. of wildfires weather conditions change, Individuals found burning halt to outdoorprobably in mid-fall, during the suspension period The ban includes burning inwill be subject to appropriate that all burn barrels and open door-civil or criminal action, Sager urning yard debris piles, said. lity ar- Debris burning in dooryard For more information, con- and Butte court- piles was one of the leading tact a local fire department or said Bill causes of fires last year in the Plumas County CDF office California Butte County. Six escaped de- at 283-1792. (CDF). bris burns in Plumas County n in place have been reported already rescued on mountain E: J Sheriff's Department and The Family of Brett Allyn Lassen County Search and Bacon would like to express backpack ap- Rescue responded, their sincere appreciation to Gridley man The Search and Rescue team the Eastern Plumas Ambu- ury when he was reportedly in the middle lance Crew, Sierra Valley Res- ort the of a training exercise when the cue Unit, Highway Patrol, In- Mountain call came in. Bob Trussell of caldeputies and countless oth- Search and Rescue coordinat- ors for all their efforts and as- Ishaw, 26, was ed the operation to get Brad- sistance. equip- shaw offthe side of the moun- Thank you to family and an estimat- tain. Members of all the agen- friends who brought food, sent hag to a news cies involved pitched in to en- flowers and performed numer- Lassen Coun- sure Bradshaw's safe removal ous tasks. The outpouring of from the ledge, love and support during this at Once the recovery was com- difficult time has been greatly on Saturday, plete, Bradshaw was trans- appreciated. We are so grate- from the ported by helicopter toWashoe ful and wish that we could ut, Medical Center. A conditionthank everyone personally. tional report was unavailable as the Sincerely, t and Times went topress. The Bacon, Schweble and Sierra Life Sheriff Ron Jarrell once Manning families. again credited the search and was climb- rescue team with always being Thank you Sacred Heart er man and a ready to lend a hand when aand St. Jude for prayers an- landed on life is threatened. He said the swered. side of the sheriffs department sincerely Phil, Erica, Kevin and e received in- appreciates all their efforts: Nike Max in stable condi- Lassen County 8 4" I Watch out for rattlesnakes, especially on trails around the Susanvllle Ranch Park. i l By sanville Ranch Park," the sher- off," he said. "Let it get away." 5 a Wr ter iffsaid. "Several people have He urged residents to be After one Susanville rest- commented that there are alert for snakes on the trails dent reported seeing a tour- more snakes than usual." not only at the park, but every- foot rattle snake while bike Most of those snakes are where around Lassen County. riding at the Susanville Ranch non-poisonous, Jarrell said, "As hot as it has been recent. Park, SheriffRon Jarrell ur od "but there will be an occasion- ly, I'm sure that it has brought caution, al rattle snake." Snakes goner- the snakes out a little earlier "That's not the first report ally try to avoid contact with than usual," the sheriffsatd. I've had of a lot of snakeshumans around the trails on the Su- "If they see a snake, back g l m The city of Susanvilb,'s American Quarter Horse show wanted to get involved with Quarter Horse Show will host earn points that turn into horses or compete at an AQHA an American Quarter Horse awards or cash at the end ofshow is encouraged to come." Association-approved show on the year By competing at an Each year, AQHA approves July 27- 29 at the l,assen C,mn- AQHA show, exhibitors and more than 2,700 shows and spe- ty Fairgrounds in Susanvilh: horses also can qualify for the cial events across the globe. American Quarter tl,,rso AQHA or American Quarter For more information about shows test horses' abiliti,.~ in Horse Youth Association the city of Susanville Quarter dozens of different classes and World Championship Shows, Horse Show, contact Dan or feature events such as jump. the premier events in the en- Dorothy Lindsey, 2~96. ing, reining, barrel racin~. ,ut- tire equine industry. 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