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" Uulletln, Kecora, ffrogresslve, Keporter vvednesoay, June 1U, zui4 , tl LAW d ORDER CHP REPORT The following incidents are submitted by Quincy CHP as a tenta tire summary pending th e conclusion of the investigation(s). Highway 70, June 6 At approximately 8:38 p.m., Officer Cory Lee Wilmer, 35, of Graeagle, was on patrol in his assigned 2013 Ford patrol vehicle. He was traveling on Highway 70 just west of Prospect Road in the eastbound direction. Suddenly, a small group of deer crossed the road from the north side and directly into the path of the approaching patrol vehicle. Wilmer attempted to maneuver around the deer to the left, but was unsuccessful and the front right corner arid bumper collided with one deer. The deer was killed instantly and Wilmer pulled to the shoulder to await assistance. No injuries were reported by Wilmer. Highway 70, June 7 Jose Garcia, 26, of Midland, Texas, was driving a 2000 Dodge Ram 1500 eastbound on Highway 70 east of the Massack Rest Area, at approximately 55 mph, around 6:33 p.m. A bear proceeding north from the south shoulder suddenly crossed into the roadway directly into the path of the Dodge. Garcia did not have sufficient time to react to the sudden crossing of the bear, and the front of the Dodge struck the bear. All parties in the truck were wearing their seat belts and no injuries were sustained. County Road A23, June 9 Christopher Lingenfelter, 42, of Portola, was driving his 2009 Harley Davidson motorcycle southbound on A23 at a stated speed of 60 mph. At approximately 8:10 p.m., adeer ran west across the roadway, directly in front of Lingenfelter. The front of the Harley collided with the deer. Lingenfelter was ejected. A witness called 911 and reported the incident. Lingenfelter's wife responded and transported him from the scene. According to the CHP report, Lingenfelter suffered a dislocated right shoulder. Highway 395, June 9 Duane Gasaway, 73, of Sparks, Nevada, was driving his 2005 Honda motorcycle southbound on Highway 395 just south of Red Rock Road. For unknown reasons, Gasaway let his motorcycle leave the west road edge onto the gravel shoulder. Gasaway lost control of the Honda and was ejected. A witness stopped and called 911. CHP was the first responder on scene. Gasaway was transported by REMSA Ambulance to Renown Regional Medical Center in Reno, Nevada, with minor abrasions. Highway 70, June 10 Noel Beaver, 57, of Blairsden, was driving her 2004 Chrysler eastbound on Highway 70 east of Meadow Way at a stated speed of 65 mph. Beaver related that at around 5:20 p.m., a deer jumped over the guardrail on the South side of the highway and ran north, right in the path of the Chrysler. The deer collided with the front of the vehicle. Apasserby stopped and reported the incident. No injuries were reported by Beaver. THANKS, from page 2B I have to write this letter as a HUGE thank you to all the wonderful women that have helped me immensely at EPHC, Portola. Every one of you are some of the most compassionate, caring, and helpful people I have ever come across in the health care profession. Here goes, apologies to anyone I have left out -- there are a plethora! First, Dr. Michelle Kim. You know how much I appreciate your incredible comfort. That is an understatement. Christina, you are an absolute treasure. Sarah and Deb in billing. .. Wow! What more could I say? Miss Becky in admitting. Happiness abounds. Sylvia Trenchard, ER. You literally saved my life. And Lynn at the clinic. You could not have been more helpful. There is so much negative in our world. I wanted to take the time to truly thank you ALL from the bottom of my heart. Crikit Smither Support the local economy! (530) 283-2035 P.O. Box 1369 QUINCY, CA 95971 LIC. #453927 ( Up-to-the-minute forecast and road , conditions at plumasnews.com FREE Giants .Rally w00th quote Call us today! Insurance - Travel Membership /L Bob Phelps Insurance Agent Lic #0579096 252-5014 Fax 257-3762, Cell 386-3515 email: r0bert.phelps@g0AAA.c0m 2920 D Main St., Susanville CA Consumers warned about home meat sellers Plumas County residents may have noticed an increase in the number of mobile vendors selling frozen meats from door to door. Some of these vendors do not have the required permits to sell food products within the county, "In order to protect you and your family, and to discourage door-to-door solicitation from unpermitted vendors, be a proactive consumer by doing the following," suggests the county environmental health department. --Do not allow any sales person in your residence. Talk to your children about this. Never allow a stranger into your home. --Do not be pressured into a purchase. Rudeness or intimidation should be a red flag to say, "No, thank you," and close the door. Take your time to ask questions and feel comfortable with the integrity of the company and the quality of the product. --Protect your identity and pay in cash. Do not give credit card or checking account information unless you know they are a reputable vendor. If you feel something is wrong, trust your feelings and call the Plumas County Sheriffs Office at 283-6300 or 911. --Ask for a brochure. Brochures should have the address and phone number of a local or regional sales office. Ask for and verify information about the company before purchasing any products. Meat products are usually sold by the box and brochures should list the price per pound . for each cut and type of meat in the box. --Ask to see a current Plumas County itinerant vendor license. This license is issued by the county treasurer's office and ensures that the salesmen .have been fingerprinted and completed a background check. --Ask to see a current Plumas County health permit. Permits from other states, courties or cities are not adequate. A County bar association awards $1,000 scholarship The Plumas County Bar Association is pleased to announce the winner of its 2014 scholarship competition. A $1,000 scholarship was awarded to Emily Monday at Chester High School. Applicants for the scholarship submitted essays concerning the issue of privacy in our country as it relates to telephone and Internet use, and how the courts have ruled on this issue. The essays were considered by the scholarship committee together with the student's record of academic achievements and activities. The essays were not identified by name when they were evaluated, nor by any other information that would have identified the writers. Speaking on behalf of the scholarship committee of the Plumas County Bar Association, attorney Alice King said that the committee thanks the students who applied as well as their teachers and counselors for encouraging their participation in the program. The bar association has given scholarships to local students since 2001. current Plumas County health permit ensures that the vendor meets the state and local health and safety requirements. --Do not purchase products from an unpermitted vendor. You may contact the Plumas County sheriff or environmental health offices if the vendor cannot or refuses to produce the required permits. If possible, write down the company name and vehicle license number with a short vehicle description. If you are confident the sales company is reliable and properly permitted, here are a few more tips to consider before making your purchase: --Read the product labels. Look at the label for meat type (beef, pork, etc.), cut of meat, net weight, ingredients statement, safe handling information and the USDA facility identification number. Individual items without the proper labeling are not legal for sale unless sold by the box. For questions regarding labeling and weight, contact the Plumas County Agriculture Commissioner at 283-6365. --Check for the meat grade and cuts. USDA inspection of meat is mandatory, but USDA grading of meat is voluntary. The highest beef grades by USDA are prime, choice and select. If a company uses other terms, such as "restaurant grade," ask what the comparable USDA grade is. Know your meat cuts so you aren't paying top dollar for a lesser cut of meat. --You have three days to cancel your sale. For purchases made in your home, the Federal Trade Commission cooling-off rule gives you three days to cancel any purchase over $25. The salesman must inform you of your cancellation rights, give you two copies of a cancellation form and an itemized copy of your receipt. Additional information on canceling a sale can be found at the USDA website at fsis.usda.gov. "Be an informed consumer. Follow these tips to ensure the safety of you, your family and your food," says the environmental health department. For additional informatiot k. contact the department at 283-6355. Cash & Carry S00ve Sale!* y other coupons 283-2929 Your mom and dad yell at each other a lot, they use bad words and sometimes hit each other. It scares you, but you are afraid you'll get hurt if you tell them to stop. You don't want to get them into trouble, but your younger sister cries a lot and your brother is getting very mad. What can you do? Call the Plumas/Sierra Crisis Line at 1-877-332-2754 or 283-4333 for support and help. --:- A program of Plumas Crisis Intervention & Resource Center If I Can't ,%11 It Fast. I'll tSuy It!" Carl Steve Folan 760-402-0768 stevef@seegrins, com IIRIILL You are a daughter, son, spouse, other relative or friend who assists a loved one with any of the following... Personal Care i Finances i Driving i Meal Preparation i Shopping i Medications Understand your loved one's condition Plan for the future Learn where to go for help Find ways to get a break Establish an ongoing support network Reduce your stress (530) 898-5925 PASSAGES Caregiver Resource Center 25 Main Street - Chico i passagescenter.org