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2B Tuesday, July 3, 2001 Tues¢ Bulletin, Progressive, Recor~------ I I I By Victoria Metcalf Staff Writer Business was relatively brisk for some Quincy busi- nesses when the week-long California High School Rodeo finals were held June 18-24. Cowboys, cowgirls, rela- tives and friends lined up for tacos on a regular basis at Taco Bell. Pizza sales from Round Table were brisk. The deliv- ery service took orders right to the fairgrounds gates, where they could be picked up. Pet Country, in East Quin- cy, reported record sales of hay. But other tack and essen- tials also sold well. According to Anita Merino, they anticipated some items, such as jewelry, would sell better, but overall, sales were very good. Steve Buxton, manager at Safeway, said that sales were up. Rodeo participants and their families came in and bought large orders of food, beverages and supplies were sold for the week, he said• He didn't have any specifics about what the major sellers were, just that sales were good. According to Lou Vasquez, manager of Sav-Mor in East Quincy, sales were up about 15 percent. Four palettes of ice were sold to rodeo people, plus ad- ditional supplies to vendors / i ¥ Unsay Rosser was the winner of one of two trailers awarded to top rodeo contestants Saturday, June 23. Willits Motors and Les Schwab Tires donated the horse trailers to help round out the grand prizes for this year's champions. The names of the two Plumps County businesses will now be seen wherever the two recipi- ents travel. Kent Hirdes was the winner of one of two horse trailers given away this year as the California High S©hool Rodeo Association finals returned to Plumps County. The trailers were one of the major prizes awanled to the top rodeo participants this year. population did while the "break even" status. at the Plumas-Sierra County "They were real nice," rodeo was in town. "We're ecstatic about that," Fairgrounds, he said. Donuts Vasquez said. "It will give us indicators," he said. were also a sweet item. He added he'd like to seeReeson said about the survey. In a scheduled meeting Ju- Vasques said that all 19 them come back. Approximately 800 non- ly 2, Reeson said committee dozen donuts, available when rodeo participants attended members would be discussing the doors open every morn- Chamber of Commerce the nightly rodeos, Reeson what is needed to bring the ing, were usually sold out ear- According to Terry Reeson, said. In looking at the hum- high school rodeo back to ly. manager of the Quincy Cham- her of participants and their Plumps County next year. He added that many rodeo her of Commerce, a survey of families, another 4,000 or attendants thanked him for Quincy area businesses is be- more attended. Fairgrounds the tri-tip that was supplied ing put together, both by e- As far as expenses, Reeson Mike Clements, manager of during the community-spun- mail and telephone, to see said the Chamber of Com- the Plumas-Sierra County sored picnic Sunday, June 17. how well that segment of the merce again ended up a Fairgrounds, and a primary volved in an automobile acci- Update injuries and was taken to dent does not constitute liabili- Seven teens were involvedPlumas District Hospital for ty or fault. In addition, the re-. in a high-speed incident treatment. Newspaper policy porting CHP agency deter-Thursday, June 21, on Quincy In a medical update, as of Information that appears in mines whether injuries in the Junction Road. Originally, it June 28, the 14-year-old taken this column is compiled from accident are characterized as was reported that six teens, to Washoe Medical, in Reno, the California Highway Patrol minor, moderate, major orfa- all from Quincy, were report- was taken out of the intensive activity logs in Quincy and, in tal. ed as involved, care unit and her condition some cases, Susanville. The The seventh person, a 15-was improving. fact that someone has been in- year-old girl, received minor She had received a closed- Newspaper policy Information that appears in this column is compiled from cient evidence to prosecute the tion. He is being held without case. If the amount of bail is bail. Sex crime: David S. Hall, 28, not listed, the suspect is re- of Portola, was arrested on al- leased without bail. The news- Resisting: Joshua M. Spry, of legations of spousal abuse paper attempts to list the age Quincy, was arrested on anand sexual assault. Bail was of suspects whenever they are allegation of resisting arrest• set at $50,000. ;avid player in bringi ated p CHSRA back to Plun to Fe ty, reported that thi r's p relatively well. war, "It couldn't be anyone, for a first year." Clbw L said about the way Ol ,ed r ran at the fairgrounds,'eat? "Our staff did an ng r geous job," he added.:/ss/z there were any com alif from the rodeo peotstry didn't hear of them• "e pr "They loved the fs, e They loved the wegeof Clements added. Altw a the temperatures rea in to the 100s during the I C£ was still far cooler ttuh ( peratures at their home in Red Bluff. fl thermometer climbed degrees. ~ th "In my interim as d, la in my five and a half:pm, I've never had so man ts t ty departments work t k, aJ for a single event," Clte C, said. ple Naming off staff froaz re ly every county departed. and members of the m supervisors, he saides, t was a lot of cooperati02id took place to accompUarm event. 9n o Clements acknowiie pl that members of theelp and their families spe ert: ey while they were in t seh "But they didn't spot@ m in Quincy," he said. LWlu and golf'mg took place hcil er parts of the county, t, ~wi Ore Ine head injury, according to the during the incident. • • tt__in California Highway Patrol. Two of the VmtLms re _ • . t¢ -~ She was also somewhat ambu- . . major injuries; the ot latory, received minor injurieSbre The 14-year-old sent to En- loe Hospital in Chico hadHighw 70, west of|ter: cc been removed from the criti- . . . .hill cal list and upgraded to seri- m]urms were re. el. ous. when two Reno She had undergone surgery, were involved in a sir ov and suffers from spinal in- hicle incident atk juries• Tuesday, June 26. As part of the intensive care Sherri L. Mobley,t a: treatment, the CHP said she driving a 1985 Chevy had been placed in a medical- bound on Highway 70 1t4 ly-induced coma. Paxton Road. She was The 17-year-old driver of the hag at 45 to 50 mph. tts charge, such as probation vio- lation or a felony). The fact that someone has been ar- rested and charged with a crime does not constitute guilt. The case may never appear in court if the district attorney determines there is insuffi- white Expedition was placed Mobley fell asleep as s a' the Plumas County Sheriffs provided by the sheriff's de- Information on the amount of in custody in Lassen County• tered a curve in the rott/ . IlL~ Department's activity log and, partment, bail was not available. The Plumps County District and travelL~ff tl~ rod-*c • .... ay in some cases, the county cur- THEFTS, BURGLARIES Attorney filed charges ofonto the dirt shoulder T rectional center's booking log. HOLIDAY NOTICE Wednesday, June 27 AND PROPERTY CRIMES felony child endangermentof Highway 70. ca The newspaper does not re-Because of the Independence Violation: James R. McKen- ThursdaY, June 28 against the individual. She quickly woke upm- r port suspects' names in ar- Day Holiday, this week's zie, 41, of Quincy, was arrest- Burglary: A Greenville resi- Just before 9 p.m. on June the front of the vehicle!-n rests for public intoxication or newspaper was published ed on an allegation of violat- dent reported a burglary in 21, the driver was traveling at a dirt and rock embanl(_ c drunk driving (unless accom- one day early. As a result, on- ing probation. He was being which items valued at $4495 miles per hour. At the rise The impact caused the partied by a more serious ly arrests and incidents held without bail were stolen, on Quincy Junction Road, he to overturn onto its roofats through 8 p.m. Friday, June lost control of the vehicle, It then slid on itss ; 29, are included. Tuesday, June 26 Tuesday, June 26 which hit an embankment eventually came to restas her dc Stalking: Michael Kroencke, Vandalism: A Lake Almanorand then rolled one and one- right side, blocking t '. of Quincy, was arrested on al- resident reported vandalism half times before coming to bound traffic lame of thehi] legations of stalking and vie- with estimated damage, ofrest on its top in the center of way. an ARRESTS Thursday, June 28 Violation: Leland Fuller, of Portola, was arrested on an allegation of violating proba- lating probation• He was be- ing held without bail. Sex crime: Cyros Reza Sabri, 41, of Chester, was arrested for allegedly committing a sex offense. He was being $200 to a home on Lake View Drive. Theft: A Magalia resident re- ported that fishing equip- ment, valued at $1,100, was stolen at Butt Lake. the roadway. Only one of the seven pas- sengers was wearing a seat belt. 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