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Reporter @eSnesday. May 30. 2001 I Area Classifieds ' MIKE PUBLISHER NEW SMILE been named the new service Nugget Motors in Quincy. He than 30 years of service and parts expe- ls with General Motors products.. the first time, then you truly are customer service, which has al- )p of my list of priorities," he said. Freeda, are relocating from Redding, the last 23 years. Chris Wil- running both the service and will continue as parts manager. NSIDE RANCH HOUSE zas opened a restaurant called the the Ranch House in Chester. Carol z the Ranch House, has leased her an.d kitchen facility to John, where he dinner house every evening until 10 and Monday. He will be serving seafood and pastas. John has 14 restaurant business. AT SLIPPED PAST US g a full-time Farmers Insur- Cross Insurance agent, Chester- nce agent Jerry Angrisani is a mtive for Farmers Financial So- Who has had this distinction for the offer variable life insurance and annu- as Well as mutual funds. OFFICE IN WESTWOOD and Rich Imhoff, co-owners of Cen- Real Estate, are opening a in early June. The office is downtown Westwood. The two al- in Chester and Lake Almanor. OF FOOD AND FUN BEGINS show will kick off the new season Co. Buckaroo owners Dan and Fr" promise another season of terrific iaay nights. Horse drawn wagon runs, sheep dog shows, and the Virginia and Saloon Girls are just a few of they have planned at their Sloat did I mention anything about the they serve on Fridays? Best check it E MORE SEASONAL OPENINGS O'Donnell have opened their an- :heir 12th season. They own Maybe (on Highway 70 near Portola). and town they operate in, Shirley Open Thursday thru Sunday and the e. bowl sets, spoon jars and pour of the impressive pieces of pot- at Roger Butler's Fire in the Sky. iness opened for the new season MILESTONE NOTED as a one-person operation in May, m to one of the more popular din- spots on Lake Almanor. Nine- s now cater to their customer's needs. to Carol Franchetti, who very iCarl'sS- Cafe & Country Store in season, she has added some new She has personally trained her preparation and presentation of has also redesigned the dining area. ING HER 2ND ANNIVERSARY an herb and vitamin store in its 2rid anniversary on June 1, reports. Open Friday 12-5 Saturday 10-5 Sunday & Monday 10-4 112 lwy 89 Graeagl CAPITAL GAINS TAX CHANGES re lower on some capital gains taxes this r may not be good for you. that those in the 15-percent bracket pay only held more than five years and sold after Stock to sell that you have held for five years tt to a child, presumably in the lowest bracket, is taxed at only 8 percent. those in the upper brackets pay only 18 five years or more. Ls that five-year holding pe;iod starts this year. new deal on stocks you've held before, you tax up front on the paper profits you 2 this year, and then hold the investment five ztely, you don't have to decide until next taxes are due--or later with extensions. decisions have tax considerations, check them ' Pros at: St. Qulncy-283-0680 New locksmith Photo b)' Dem~ Carpenett* There is a new locksmith service In Portola called Jones Precision Key and Lock. Owners Ernie and Re- becca Jones moved to Portola from Presno a monm ago, after having visited this area and noting the need for a locksmith. He has 5 years experience, in residen-. tial, commercial and automotive ioc. i(smlm!ng, ana_lo years in the towing busines~--ne also works ,m uon at Towing. New owners and Pncto by Denise CarDenetu Gina and Randy Morris have purchased The Sculpture Studios from Joanne Jenkins and have renamed the business The Black Bear Trading Company. They tell us their Graeagle business offers a unique variety of mer- chandise that will "surpass everyone's expectations with gifts and home decor items that fit our Sierra lifestyle." Joanne plans to get active once again sculpting. --.----- A Seminar on Long-Term Care Insurance Sponsored by Edward Jones Don't leave the protection of your hard-earned savings to chance, Long- ..... ; v hel protect you from the financial burden of a term ~n,~ ,nsurance ma, P " " long-term illness or nursing home stay. Please plan to join us for this in- formative seminar. (Please feel free to invite a friend.) Thursday, May 31,2001 2:30 p.m. St. John's Catholic Church Parish Hall 176 Lawrence St., Quincy This seminar is free, but sealing is limited. Please call to reserve your spot Call 283-4061 Steve King EdwardJones and a Photo by Carl Catron Working with a piece of history, a Chester couple has remodeled a building that once was occupied by the first gas station in town in 1921. Their newly opened business is appropriately named the Coffee Station. Gall and Mike McFadden offer a variety of coffees, espresso, Intte and othor drinks to accompany their as- sortment of pastries and desserts. The two moved here just a few months ago from Southern California, whore Mike built yachts for 26 years while Gall worked as a dental assistant. In their spare time, Gall enjoys riding horses and running in marathons and Mike enjoys pho- tography. He also made movies. NEED HELP WITH YOUR BUSINESS? Business development services available! Including, but not limited to ..... Confidential counseling sessions with Small Business Development Center Counselors Financial Sourcing Business Planning, etc.. Demographic information PLUMAS CORPORATION (530) 283-3739 I I iii III WE CAN HELP KEEP YOU TRUCKIN' CALL ME ABOUT BUSINESS INSURANCE. Chin Jones Lie. J 0&~5766 800-468-1233 530-258-3477 Kirk Lambert @ I.~ 10496874 Allstate. 888-251-5512 ~',e.~ ~oo~ ~. 530-832-5512 ...or just need to fix up the old one? If you and your family are building, remodeling, buying, or refinancing a home, things can get complicated pretty fast. There are dozens of decisions to make and scores of explanations you'll need. And it's hard to get dear answers on the phone from someone who's 3,000 miles away or who lives in Red- ding or Sacramento and breezes through town every week or so. What you need is personal help. Face-to-face help. You need someone to sit down with you and answer your que, stions/ Doesn't it make sense, then, to use a local bank who knows our area7 Plumas Bank is the only lender who can offeryou competitive rates on both national lending programs and locally funded loans. You make the choice. So when you need to build it, buy it or fix it, call your local Plumas Bank office. Better yet, stop in and talk to a local loan officer.