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Bulletin, Progressive, Record, Reporter Wednesday, June 23, 2010 7C Seventh in nation Feather River College&apos;s Sterling Lambert, pictured steer wrestling, took seventh in the nation in Men's All-Around at the College National Finals Rodeo in Wyoming June 12-19. Teammate Mert Bradshaw placed ninth, making FRC the only school in the nation with two top-10 finishers. As a team, the FRC men took 14th out of the 52 teams that quali- fied for the national finals. Photo by Shannon Morrow Campground open, road closed OPEN SATURDAYS FOR ADOHIONS ONLY 10am-2 m Little Grass Valley Reser- voir is available for recre- ation use, now that most of the snow has melted and roads have been cleared. The Black Rock Boat Ramp and Campground are open, as well as Maidu Boat Ramp, Little Beaver, Running Deer and Red Feather Camp- grounds. However, facilities on the Peninsula remain closed. Reservations are re- quired for some camp- grounds and may be made through Visitors are reminded to watch for downed trees and standing snags that were damaged during the high winds and heavy winter snow. Wa4eh for Forest Ser- vice- and concessionaire crews that will be working throughout the summer to remove the damaged and un- healthy trees. For more information re- garding Little Grass Valley Reservoir, call the Feather River Ranger District at 534- 6500 or visit the website Special closure The Plumas National For- est special closure to protect bald eagle nesting territory took effect last Friday, June 18. The closure area is in the vicinity of Little Grass Val- ley Reservoir, 50 miles northeast of Oroville in Plumas County. The closure area includes the north loops of the Wyandotte Camp- ground (accessed by roads has helped a bald eagle pair to successfully nest and raise young, contributing to the sustained recovery for this species. Bald eagles are particular- ly sensitive to disturbances during their nesting phase. The birds, recently de-listed under the Endangered Species Act, are still protect- ed under the Bald and Gold- en Eagle Protection Act. For more information, please contact Cindy Roberts at the Feather River Ranger District at 530-532-7467. Check the Plumas National Forest website, for the corresponding Forest Order 22N57YA- & .B), near the lt-10-02,and map, .................. southern section of the reser- voir. The closure will be in effect until Aug. 31. The closure has been in ef- fect for the past 16 years and Custom Designed to Meet Your Needs GARAGE, SHOP, WAREHOUSE, MINI STORAGE, HAY BARN, HORSE BARN, HANGAR Now Offering Metal Roofing, Remodeling & Restoration Serving Lassen, Plumas and Sierra Counties 630-620-6667 Need help REPI NG If It S ing we can''ll find someyho can. .._._ General Building Comractor Calif. Lic. #453927 ($30) 283-203S Casino crowns poker champ', Brian Taylor Lassen Sports Editor btaylor@lasse Tension levels were through the roof as the final 10 sat down in the last round of Texas Hold 'Em during the annual Tournament of Champions at the Diamond Mountain Casino and Hotel on Wednesday, June 16. Brien Gagliardi took the fi- nal round earning a hand- some purse and proving to the competition that he was a force to be reckoned with be- hind a couple of playing cards, a low-brimmed hat and a pair of dark sunglasses. More than 45 competitors started play at 1 p.m. and continued into the night un- til the field was narrowed to the final 10. The men appeared cool, calm and collected as the group convened at approxi- mately 7:30 p.m., at the win- ner's table. Spectators watched intent- ly, some wishing they still had a chance at the mon- strous $15,749 pot. Roger Par- nell fell off first followed by Jeremy McPhetridge, Jim Hedges, Paul Dunlap and Bob Lozano leaving the top':" five. Dealer Trina Housewright" managed the table with con-i: fidence and finesse as the players' nervous fingers'- shuffled chips. Rich Moore was next to, leave the table followed by Leonard Morris and Robert: Dellacort giving Gagliardi:' and Cort Cortez the final two spots. :' Cortez walked away with" the No. 2 spot giving Gagliar-: di the key to the bank, so to: speak. - A National Adopt-A-Kitten Month Come find one of your very own! Shelter hours are Monday and Friday 8am - 5pm, Wednesdays 10-7pm, closed 1-2pm for @@ lunch and closed weekends. Piumas Animal Services charges a $10 fee and license fees are $5 per year. An officer will deliver a pet to the adopting party's veterinary of choice to have " the an!real altered in completion of the adoption requirement. 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