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From 6th grade to high school -- Pages 8-9A Students question supervisors -- Page 11A ~ ~ ~ Vol. 150, No. 44 wwwplumasnews.com 530-283-0800 Wednesday, June 14, 2017 airports, responds to a pilot's criticism of the state of the county's local airfields, Be prepar -- No need to be caught off guard; know what to do if you Tomorrow: Quincy Certified Farmers' Market begins this week, 4:30 - 7:30 p.m., at Dame Shirley Plaza. Music by Ungnomes. QCFM accepts EBT, WIC vouchers and runs the Market Match program where customers receive dollar for dollar matching funds on fruits and vegetables. QCFM continues each Thursday through Sept. 7. Sweetheart of the Mountains scholarship competition will partner with Rhythm and Grace Dance Studio performance at the Plumas-Sierra County Fairgrounds in Serpilio Hall. Doors open at 5:30 p.m. and the shows start at 6 p.m. Admission is $7 and advance tickets are available at Carey Candy Co. and Little People Toy Store in Quincy. Friday: Greenhorn Creek Guest Ranch features Friday Night All-You-Can-Eat BBQ & Entertainment, every Friday through Sept. 29, 5 - 8:30 p.m. Ribs and Claire Coelho, left, and Gracie Yates release confetti as they make their entrance during Quincy High School's graduation ceremony. Looking on from the I~ft are teacher Marissa Lerch and Rob Wade, the evening's keynote speaker. Photos by Debra Moore Hailey Gleason, the class valedictorian, and Kaylin Henderson pose for a photo before th~ graduation ceremony held in the Feather River College gym. The girls, who have been best Salutatorian Tyler Melms addresses his fellow students friends for 16 years, will be heading off to different colleges this fall. Gleason plans to attend and the audience June 9. He jokingly told the crowd that U.C. Davis, while Henderson will attend West Valley in Saratoga. "We'll only be two hours he used Google and YouTube to help him with his speech, apart; we can make it work," Henderson said of maintaining their friendship. O Debra Moore welcomed the graduates, Managing Editor teachers all in dmoore@plumasnews.com attendance. She thanked the families for "their The threat of rain drove endless love and support" Quincy High School's and told her classmates graduation ceremony that their shared memories inside, but it didn't will ensure that they will dampen the spirits of the always be part of each Class of 2017, their friends other's lives. "Thank you and family. ' Class of 2017," she said. Registrar Janet Radtke "We did it." introduced the 41 students Tyler Melms joked that as they made their way when he discovered he down the center aisle, was named class struck a pose and took "salutatorian," he Googled their seats in the Feather what it meant, said "yes!" River College gym Friday, then realized he had to June 9. give "a speech in front of a Class president Morgan million people" and Fowler, the evening's mistress of ceremonies, See QHS, page 6A Gary Pini holds his friend Cody Morrison aloft as they make their entrance during graduation ceremonies. The two played football and baseball together throughout high school. Chicken. Vegetarian meal available with reservation. Reservations appreciated. Fishing, swimming, wagon rides, bonfire, sing-a-longs, and s'mores. Horseback rides w/reservations. Adults: $24; juniors (ages 6-15): $11.25; children (ages 3-5): $2.25. 2116 Greenhorn Ranch ROad. For reservation or more information, call 283-0930 or visit greenhornranch.com. See Q, page 12A II!l!!!!!ll!!!!!!l To subscribe to the Bulletin, call 530-283-0800 Debra Moore river," he said. _ Acura RDX when she left the Managing Editor Hagwood said that it is resort, and it was soon dmoore@plumasnews.com "still an active case" and located about a quarter-mile when asked what happens from where she planned to The search continues for next, he said, "At this point fish. Hagwood said his Teresa "Terry" Marie Blake we expand the search of the detectives have searched the who went missing Sunday, area -- more river and more vehicle for clues in her June 4, from near Feather on land." disappearance. River Park Resort in Plumas County Search and When asked about what Graeagle, where She had Rescue volunteers, the theories they are working on, been staying with family. Sheriff's Office, the Forest Hagwood said, "At this point Over the weekend, divers Service, local fire we have not ruled out searched the Feather River departments and the CHP anything." where search dogs had have all been involved in the Blake did not have her cell tracked her scent, according search, phone with her at the time of to Sheriff Greg Hagwood. "The family is incrediblyher disappearance. "We had divers in the river thankful for everyone's When Blake didn't return and used radar to do a very efforts," Hagwood said. from fishing, she was thorough search of a The 58-year-old woman reported missing. Hagwood mile-long stretch of the was driving a white 2016 said that a deputy was dispatched to the area at 5:32 p.m, a little more than four hours after she was last seen. Blake is a Woodland resident. Her husband, Randy, and children Katie and Rob, as well as other family members were staying at the resort at the time of her disappearance. Anyone with information is asked to call Plumas County SheriffDispatch at 530-283-6300 or Woodland Police Dispatch at 530-666-2411. The family can also be e-mailed at fmdterryblake@gmail.com. Teresa "Terry" Marie Blake, 58, is the subject of an intensive search effort after she went missing June 4 near Feather River Park Resort in Graeagle. Photc~ submitted