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4 R Wednesday, June 17, 2015 Bulletin, Record, Progressive, Reporter BLOTTER, from page 3B driver who claimed that while driving on Highway 395 he witnessed a meteorite strike a mountain inside Plumas County. The caller said the "object lit out of the sky into a green shade then made contact with the ground." Possible hazard A caller in Indian Fails reported he located a possible hazardous material at the red iron bridge, After examining it, a deputy found it was a 50-gallon drum of diesel fuel that the railroad left behind. Friday, June 5 Burglary A caller in Quincy reported the garage on his ranch was burglarized. Saturday, June 6 Misfire A caller on Melissa Avenue in Chester reported hearing a single shot fired from a rifle. The caller did not see where the shot was fired or what was being fired at, but saw the suspect carry the rifle back to his apartment. After being contacted by deputies, the suspect said the shot was accidental as the rifle misfired while he was cleaning the gun. Sunday, June 7 Creepy camper A deputy spoke with a reportedly suspicious male who was camping out just to the east of the Evergreen Market in Greenville. The camper agreed to find another plfice to camp. Monday, June 8 Go-kart thievery A caller in Delleker reported some subjects possibly stealing a go-kart. The caller said it appeared to be broken down on the roadway, and the suspects were trying to get it started. A deputy was unable to locate the owner of the go-kart. It season a Wl Flaniqan-Leavitt lnsura Agency, Inc CA License OEO56 39 - NV License 17793 fQuincy Susanville 400 W. Main St. 608 Main St. 1.800.300.1 ! 80 Reno 1 6190 Mae Anne Ave Suite #1 CattleWomen provide students education Local kids learn about branding as part of an agriculture and beef education field trip to Goss Ranch. Dave Goss gives kids a ride on a hay wagon while sharing the history of Goss Ranch (Pitchfork Cattle Co.) in Vinton Quincy's ansner Airfield Fun For All! Car Show FLY-IN Sunday, June 21st 8:00 a.m. - II:00 a.m. Pancake Breakfast People's Choice Awards Antique Aircraft Home-Built Aircraft Model A Fords Custom Cars or Trucks For more information call: Claudia, 530-283-3551 Plumas-Sierra CattleWomen's Helen Roberti operates the beef cattle care station during a field trip for elementary school students at Goss Ranch in Vinton. Photos courtesy Plumas-Sierra CattleWomen Buster is a neutered black lab/sheperd mix about 1.5 years old. He plays, well with other dogs and is kitty friendly. This fun dog is house broken and likes to chase livestock. Bryan is a neutered brindle and white American bull dog. He is full of energy and very friendly! Bryan would do well in a cat-free home. Ann Powers Staff Writer a Where's the beef?. That depends -- it could be in pastures, on the dinner table or making its way through someone's digestive tract. But, if you ask the .Plumas-Sierra CattleWomen, beef education is where it's at and that's the message they shared with 144 elementary school students during field trips to the Goss Ranch (Pitchfork Cattle Co.) in Vinton on June 2 and 3. Children from C. Roy Carmichael, Loyalton and Long Valley Charter School learned about raising sheep, branding, chickens and their eggs, calves and products and byproducts from cows during the ranching adventure. "The Plumas-Sierra CattleWomen know how important it is to educate our local youth about the significant role agriculture and the beef industry plays in our lives," said Nancy Thompson, PSCW Ag in the Classroom co-chairperson. The Goss family has hosted the field trips for several decades to help kids understand where their food comes from. "It's something we've been doing for 40 years," said Dave Goss. "We enjoy doing it and it's our donation to the community." The students also went on a hay wagon ride while learning about the ranch's history, which includes a barn built in 1870, added Goss. PSCW is a group of women dedicated to the preservation of ranching, beef promotion and agricultural knowledge in the Sierra Nevada. In 1966, 44 ranchers' wives formed the local chapter that is now.100 members strong. Originally called the CowBelles, members changed their name to Plumas-Sierra CattleWomen in 1988, according to the organization's website. Currently, PSCW works with all grade levels, partners with Future Farmers of America, organizes fundraisers, offers scholarships and hosts events throughout the year. Prior to the ranch excursion, the CattleWomen visited C. Roy Carmichael with a presentation on the water cycle as part of Earth Day celebrations and drought awareness efforts. 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