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:, Regional News :: a. ;2 nl Photo by Denise Seamom With exhausted crews from West Sacramento, Woodland and Davis line Park Thursday afternoon. page 2B and their equipped to han- fires and were in the event fire to stage a de- / of Susanville. free fire en- agencies with that they will an emergency. and crews re- as far away as All the OES en- in Susanville morning. the fire would Susanville) a lot it did," Taylor the Devil Fire Susanville on afternoon, May 28, to stop a major all in place. Not was lost. afternoon, May ~et with Lassen Ran Jarrell ~eause if the fire hospital, the re- be available. as the flames hilltop above the afternoon, )ital staff vol- action will )f a presentation the Plumas of Women Presentation will 2-4 p.m., Friday, Library Legislative state office of ~of Women Voters, SPeaker. Schafer bills and issues to the league, in- health care, financing, and among others. ample time for qt estions and an- is welcome. Anne S. Tay- for more infor- untarily evacuated the old rive officer for the Lassen folks out of the annex. He County Sheriffs Department said the fire was stopped on was "always out in the fray" the hill above the hospital while'the city was threatened and the fire fighters never by flames. had to protect the structure. Taylor also ordered a re- Taylor said Steve Rose, Su- sponse by the statewide Inci- sanville's fire chief and Chip dent Command System team Jackson,. chief of the Lassen on Sunday afternoon, just as County Office of Emergency he had done the week before Services, were shining exam- on the Hilton Fire. ples of the cooperation be- Although the ICS team tween local agencies and get- joins federal, state, and local ting up-to-the-minute reports agencies to a common put- to local residents, pose, Taylor said he retained Taylor said Jackson, who local control over the opera- also serves as the administra- tion. KIWI KIIqllK Sales & Rentals New & used Lakefront Lodge UnilV. Cabins Furl RV Hook-uP Boat Dock Facilities Scenic Lakefront Quiet L Lake Almanor Resort 2706 Big Springs Rd (530) 596-3337 _ FREE Flights! Take a high-flying adven- ture, and learn about aviation at the same time. Local pilots and members of Susanville's EAA Chapter 794 continue to offer free airplane rides for eight to seventeen-year olds. Qualified pilots and aircraft are available on short notice. For reserva- tions or information, call 253-3987 Rivers Red babysitters' i5-year-olds 9 a.m. - 6 p.m. rill learn how to and how to Children in their is $30 and if is desired, additional cost of 'ill be held at the at 2125 E. On- Yuba City. Pre- is a must. The requires a mini- of students for accomplish objectives. For call 673- or e-mail corn>. S'-rra Podiatry Associates le dicine and Surgery of the Foot Me * Senior Care , Hammertoes * Ingrown Nails Heel Pain/Spurs * Fungus Diabetic Foot Care* Bunions Thick/Painful Nails * Warts Hospital Privileges Joseph Knedgen, DPM Three Year Residency Trained 252-1077 151 Ash St., Ste. C * Most insurance plans Accepted. Including Medicare & MediCal m :lnues in Feather River College is ry, literature and languages, or without children, single entering its second year of She is very cheerful and ca- parents, and families with participation in the popular get to meet new people, teenagers. The host family exchange p~ogram organized Julie Wiams (Belgium) provides room, board, love, by the Youth for Understand- will turn twenty this fall. She guidance and the experience ing (YFU) International Ex- is an avid snowboarder and of what everyday life is like change. FRC expects to wel- also loves scuba diving. Julie in America. come a new group of interna- wants to take classes in biolo- YFU is a private, nonprof- tional students to the campus gy, journalism and the lan-it, educational organization community this August. So guages, dedicated to international un- far, the college has been noti- Upon their arrival in Au- derstanding and world peace. fled of three foreign students gust, the students will live YFU carries out one of the who will attend FRC for the with volunteer host families world's oldest and most re- fall semester, in Plumas County. They willspected international youth Flavio Crameri tSwitzer- depart in December after one exchange programs. Each land) is 21 years old. He is ac- semester of school. Students year, approximately 3,000 in- tire in soccer, floorball, ski- take part in all aspects of col- ternational students come to ing, jogging, biking and lege life, from attending athe United States from over swimming Flavio loves wide assortment of classes to 40 countries. YFU has a net- movies and music. He plans joining sports and club activ- work of ten regional offices to study economics after his ities. Their multicultural di- and over 40 national offices trip to the US; at FRC he will versity will contribute to around the world. study languages, history and each student's experience and To learn more about the geography, will bring a distinct interna- wonderful experience of host- Daniela Bachler (Switzer- tional dimension to the cam- ing a YFU student, contact land) is a 20-year-old jazz pusand community. Margaret Munoz at 283-0202, dancer. She enjoys outdoor All kinds of families are ext. 266. sports likebikingand hiking, selected to host YFU stu- Daniela is interested in histo- dents: married couples with The Feather River College tional nurses, suggests FRC counselor Don Vocational Nursing programThe study-intensive voca- Fregulia. "There are several will hold an orientation ses- tional nursing program is de- courses that are required be- sion for new nursing stu- signed to prepare students to fore a student can begin the dents Tuesday, June 12. Ap- be "safe and caring providers program this fall. FRC is of- plications are currently be- of basic patient care." Li-fering many" of these courses ing accepted for the next censed vocational nurses are during the summer so stu- two-year program, which be- qualified to work in hospi-dents can obtain all their pre- gins this fall. Students who tals, clinics, and in home requisites for the nursing de- successfully complete the health care. They often take gree." nursing program will receive the next step in the nursing The orientation is 4-6 p.m. certification in vocational career path to become regis- Tuesday, June 12, in room nursing and are eligible to sit tered nurses. 104 at Feather River College for the State Board of Nurs- "We highly encourage stu- For more information, con- ing Licensing exam to offi- dents to apply now and at- tact Don Fregulia at 28,3-0202, cially become licensed voca- tend the orientation June 12," ext. 277. A fielddaytodemonstrate discuss the use of ram Preregistration and a and discuss various off-site pumps, solar pumps, nominal $5 fee is requested livestock watering systems animal-activated by June 7 so that adequate will be held Wednesday, June nose-pumps, portable troughs handouts and afternoon re- 13, in Loyalton starting at and easy-to-use hydrants, freshments will be available. 10:30 a.m. Sleet at the Loyal- Ceci Dale-Cesmat with If you have questions, please ton City Park. NRCS will discuss seep andcall the UC Cooperative Ex- Handout materials and af- spring development along tension office at 283-6270 or ternoon drinks will be pro- with information on various stop by their office at 208 vided. Placer-Nevada County cost-share programs for in- Fairgrounds Roadin Quincy. Livestock Advisor Roger In- plementing management gram will demonstrate and changes. a SPECIALIZING IN: Metal Composition Flat & Lowpitch Roofs Using the Durolast Single-Ply Roofing System Lic. #688564 We'll help you from planning to painting. Save $1,O00's in Sweat Equity Get the satisfaction of building your own home, or subcontract the project out. We supply all the building materials. "We'll help from finance to finish." or 1-888-299-3227 www.endeavorhomes.eom Home Office 1-800-482-8453 Rough plumbing & foundation not included P.O. Box 156, Adin, CA