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Bulletin, Record, Progressive, Reporter Wednesday, June 3, 2015 3B VITAL S3?ATISTICS/LAW and ORDEtl. OBITS, from page 2B A celebration of life will be held Wednesday, June 3, at Gansner Park at 11:30 a.m. All are welcome. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to Quincy Friends of the Library, 445 Jackson St., Quincy, CA 95971, or Wildland Firefighter Foundation, 2049 Airport Way, Boise, ID 83705. An opportunity to express condolences to the family and sign the memorial guest register is available online at fehrmanmortuary.com. Vivian McCarthy Born in Texas in 1937, Vivian McCarthy moved to Berkeley where she raised her children and was politically active in support of liberal agenda, peace and justice and school board reform. She retired to Livermore to foster her daughter's interests in horse care and training while also helping to raise her grandson. She moved to the Sierra community of Twain Harte, where she enjoyed old friends and family and an occasional trip to the casino where she could usually pay for the trip playing penny slots. In recent years she lived in Quincy, where she found a welcoming community and immediately developed new friendships. She never lost her ability to pinch you with her wit. She is survived by her son Geoff Fiedler, daughter Deirdre McCarthy, grandson Christian McCarthy, granddaughter Melinda Fiedler and best friend Ken Joseph. "Together we wrote a book. We weren't always on the same page, but we did it together." It was important to Vivian that friends and family recognize and thank the staff of the Tahoe Cancer Center and the Plumas District Hospital for their sensitivity and care during her visits and treatments. She felt safe in their care. The family thanks the doctors and staff for their tireless care and support of the Plumas County community. Those interested are asked to consider supporting these organizations with a charitable donation in the memory of Vivian. Virginia 'Bing' Miller On May 25, 2015, Virginia "Bing" Miller, beloved wife DEATH NOTICES Harriet Mildred Johns Harriet Mildred Johns, 93, of Chico, passed away May 15, 2015. She was born March 10, 1922. Arrangements are under the direction of Newton-Bracewell Funeral Homes, Chico. ......... Dean L. Peterson Dean L. Peterson, 72, formerly of Portola, died Tuesday, May 19, in Salt Lake City, Utah. He was preceded in death by his parents, Pete and Norma Peterson; a brother, Jerry; son Ken and grandson Drew. Survivors include his daughter Chandra Thayer; son Kivt Cooper; brother ....... Roger; sisters Luana and Wilma; eight grandchildren; and 10 great-grandchildren. No services will be held. MARRIAGE LICENSES May 21 Emily Lynn Faszer and David Christopher Peyton, both of Seattle, Washington. Megan Marie Moore and Erich Michael Brenner, both of Reno, Nevada. May 22 Berith Ann Fowler and Mark Douglas Allen, both of Durham. Haley Lizbeth Peshoff and Mark Joseph Malloy, both of Storrie. Whitney Whiting and Jaime Miranda, both of Quincy. May 26 Mary Jean Wiegand and Richard Lew Milburn, both of Quincy. May 27 Cassidy Maree Adams and Tyler Ray Hermann, both of Portola. May 28 Brittany Dolores Phillips and Adrian Paul Faccinetti, both of Reno, Nevada. Campground hosts needed at LNF The Almanor Ranger District of the Lassen National Forest still needs volunteer campground hosts for the Almanor North and Potato Patch campgrounds. Host duties may include welcoming visitors, posting reservations at campsites, sharing news and information and light campground maintenance, including cleaning restrooms and picking up trash. Hosts must have a self-contained RV or trailer and a personal vehicle for transportation. Free propane and a campsite are provided. The 2015 recreation season begins in mid- to late May and extends through early to mid-September, as conditions allow. For more information and an application, contact Soai Talbot or Megan Mullowney on the Almanor Ranger District at 258-2141. of Don Miller, passed away after a brief illness. Don and Bing met and fell in love in high sctiool when Bing was a cheerleader and Don was instantly smitten. Bing grew up to be a local real estate icon, serving her passion for helping young families find and buy their first homes. When she wasn't helping people, Bing helped homeless pets through her volunteer work with Plumas Animal Welfare Society. Bing was an avid bowler and a ProAm champion. She dedicated her life to service in the name of Christ; she was a popular Sunday school teacher at the Church of Christ and loved her "school kids" like her own. She was devoted to the church andlts Joy Bus ministry. Bing is survived by her high school sweetheart and cherished husband of 56 years, Don Miller; daughter Dawn Monet (Seth Katz); son Greg Miller (Miriam); grandchildren Ross Miller and Brandy O'Sullivan (Brian); great-grandchildren Ciara Jones and Conlin O'Sullivan; siblings Doreen Thompson, Floyd "Buck" Ross and Gin a Cassidy; and a passel of nieces, nephews and greats. In lieu of flowers, those interested are invited to consider a donation to either Plumas Animal Welfare Society or the Chester Church of Christ. CARD of THANKS Thank you The family of Jim Travis is thankful for each and every one of our friends and family for honoring Jim at his celebration of life. The display of love made the day more than we could imagine ........... Our memory and legacy of Jim's life will forever be in our hearts. Thank you. BIRTH Aspen Irene Bivin Aspen Irene Bivin was born to Kelli and Colt Bivin at 6:34 a.m. at Plumas District Hospital in Quincy. Aspen weighed 5 pounds, 14 ounces and was 18.5 inches in length. Maternal grandparents are Karen VanZandt, of Greenville, and Bill Metcalf, of Taylorsville. Paternal grandparents are Rob and Renee Bivin, of Greenville. Great-grandparents are Robert and LaVonne "Irene" Smith, of Greenville; Wayne and Lois Bozarth, of Washington; and Bill Lent, of Clear Lake. Aspen is also welcomed by siblings William, 4, and Caliope, 1-1/2. SHERIFF'S BLOTTER Information in the Sheriff's Blotter is gathered from the dispatch logs provided by the Plumas County Sheriffs Office. No individuals' names are reported. Those arrested should be presuraed innocent until proven guilty. Durfng the week of Tuesday, May 19, to Monday, May 25, there were 244 incidents handled by dispatchers. The reported incidents resulted in 22 arrests, 27 medical responses and two fire responses. Following is a summary of the week's activity: BY THE NUMBERS 18 -- Calls regarding domestic disputes. 10 --Reports of loose or barking dogs. 7 -- Probation checks. 7 -- Reports of bears in residential areas. All of the sightings were in the Portola area. 4 -- Rock slides on the roadway. 2 -- Deer struck by motor vehicles. 2 -- Reports of smoke visible after a lightning strike. ARRESTS Begkwourth One arrested on charges of being under the influence of a controlled substance and violating probation. Greenville One arrested on a charge of petty theft. One arrested on a charge of DUI. One arrested am charges of DUI and violating probation. Portola One arrested on charges of being under the influence of a controlled substance and violating probation. One arrested on charges of being under the influence era controlled substance, possession of a controlled substance and violating probation. One arrested on charges of DUI and violating probation. One arrested on a charge of false imprisonment. One arrested on a charge of DUI. Quincy Two arrested on charges of possession of drug paraphernalia and child endangerment. Three arrested on a charge of violating probation. Two arrested on charges of extortion and violating probation. Two arrested on a charge of DUI. One arrested on charges of being under the influence of a controlled substance, possession of a controlled substance and possession of drug paraphernalia. One arrested on charges of being under the influence of a controlled substance and violating probation. Ok, so... we might notbe f Qv|ncy Susanvllle Reno 400 W. Main SL 608 Main St. 6190 Mae Ar'e Ave. j 1. O0 300 1 Suite#1 8 .: .18o . / www flaniganieavitl  om // One arrested on a charge of vandalism. One arrested on charges of public intoxication and violating probation. MISCELLANEOUS Tuesday, May 19 Combination problem A caller reported he was trying to leave his home and wanted to get some things out of his safe. But he said his wife would not give him the combination to the lock. Wednesday, May 20 DUI A caller on West Loyalton in Portola reported a white minivan was speeding down the street and struck her vehicle. A deputy responded and the minivan driver was arrested on charges of DUI and violating probation. DUI accident Multiple callers reported a three-vehicle accident at Highway 70 and Gulling in Portola. Eastern Plumas Health Care, Portola fire and the California Highway Patrol were advised. One of the drivers was arrested on a charge of DUI. Thursday, May 21 Fight injury A caller reported three males and a female were involved in a fight on Plumie Alley in Quincy. One of the combatants was transferred to Plumas District Hospital with serious facial and head injuries. The injured person was not cooperative and declined to press charges. Friday, May 22 Oops A caller at the Lake Almanor West boat ramp reported that an unoccupied Chevrolet 2500 pickup and trailer rolled backward down the ramp and into the lake. Both the truck and Wafter were completely submerged. Down and out :: A caller reported a railroad crossing arm was ,, malfunctioning at Mount Hough Road and Quincy Junction Road. It was the second time in three days the crossing arm was stuck in the down position. Suspicious call A man called to say he located possible human remains off of Bucks Lake Road to the left-hand side of the first bridge between Lovers Leap and Smiley Face Hill. The caller refused to provide his name and didn't offer specifics regarding the location of the suspected remains. A deputy responded to the area of the pay phone where the call was placed to see if she could contact the caller, but was not Brought to you by: Dr. Gregory Sawyer, DDS THE TOOTH AND NOTHING BUT THE TOOTH Previously, I've told you how a tooth becomes decayed: plaque is the main culprit. Remove the plaque dally and you lessen your chance of tooth decay, but it's not quite that simple. Diet plays a huge role. The bac- teria in plaque needs something to "eat" to survive. If you starve them to death, they won't be able to con- tribute to decay. The food they need is sugar. Su- crose, fructose, and glucose are the main molecules in our diet that they feed on. But refined carbohy- drates can be broken down into sugars in the mouth by a salivary enzyme known as amylase. So not only should you watch your con- sumption of sugars, but also re- fined carbohydrates. The more refined it is, the more available it is for rapid consumption by the oral bacteria. "Everything has sugar in it!" you say. 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ATV crash A man on an ATV, reportedly traveling at high speed at a Lake Almanor campground, suffered multiple injuries after hiring a tree. The man was flown to Enloe Medical Center in Chico. Not feeding the bear A deputy received information that a man on East Sierra Avenue had been feeding a bear that California Department of Fish and Wildlife personnel were trying to trap. A deputy contacted the man who said he was not feeding the bear, he was trying to coax the bear out of his back yard so that his kids could go outside and play. Sunday, May 24 Multiple break-ins A caller in Belden reported 10 vehicles were broken into. Dog beaten A caller on Pine Street in Quincy said he witnessed his neighbor beating a dog that was tied to the porch and couldn't get away. The caller said the man threw the dog into the house and the dog was howling and scratching at the door. The caller added the neighbor's cat has a broken leg. 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