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4B Wednesday, July 7, 2010 Bulletin, Progressive, Record, Reporter F ot farm fc,und in L,;0000ssen County but suspects On Monday, June 21, law enforcement officials eradi- cated 9,346 marijuana plants at a large scale garden north of Madeline in Lassen Coun- ty. No suspects were found. According to a press release from the Lassen County Sher- iffs Office, officers estimated the street value of the plants seized to be approximately $11 million at maturity. The press release said mem- bers from the Lassen County Narcotics Task Force, LCSO, Susanville Police Depart- ment, Bureau of Land Man- agement, United States Forest Service and Alturas Police Department hiked into the steep canyon in the early morning and located the gar- den and campsite used by the people tending the marijuana operation. The press release said evi- dence found at the scene sug- gests the marijuana garden was operated by Mexican na- tionals. There was a complex drip system used to water the plants as well as fertilizer and gardening supplies. The task force reminds peo- ple to be aware of their sur- roundings while enjoying the public lands. Anyone who finds any suspicious activity is advised to contact a local law enforcement agency. LAW, from page 3B After crossing the double yellow lines, the northbound lane and onto the east shoul- der, the vehicle collided with a highway sign, the embank- ment and a barbed wire fence before rolling several times and landing on its roof. A 9-year-old passenger was transported to Renown Med- ical Center in Reno, Nev., with major injuries. Wildlife in the road, July 1 A 17-year-old female from Oakdale was driving a Toyota Tacoma on SR-89, south of Calpine at a stated speed of 45 mph. The driver reported an ani- mal crossed the road in front of her and she swerved to avoid it, driving onto the east should. After attempting to steer back onto the roadway, she 0vercorrected and lost control of the pickup, which slid across both lanes into a ditch on the west side of the road. The driver was not injured. Too fast, July 1 A 17-year-old Quincy youth was southbound on SR-89, north of Indian Falls Road, at a stated speed of 60 mph in a 1991 Dodge Dakota. According to the CHP re- port, the driver was going to fast for a sharp, left-hand curve and lost control of his vehicle, drifting off the road onto the west shoulder and up onto the embankment. According to the driver, the vehicle began spinning when it became airborne off the embankment and im- pacted the southbound lane. The rear axle was destroyed and the drive shaft ripped out. According to the CHP, the driver escaped injury due to his use of the seatbelt. Fire in Belden sta"r00.' t00he season Smoke spiraling up from the south bank of the Feather River marked a fire just east of Belden. The blaze was noted about 2 p.m. Tuesday, June 29, and Forest Service fire crews quickly responded. By 3 p.m. most of the flames were knocked down and crews were moping up. It's suspected the fire started when an unattended brush-burn was fanned by heavy winds. A couple of outbuildings were destroyed along with some acreage. Photos by Will Farris Sudoku Puzzle #1855-D 1 2 3 5 3 8 5 3 8 6 6 9 7 4 7 2 5 6 4 3 8 9 Difficult ' 4 8 5 6 1 2 In the Race H!O R SIE A N ,!K T EID P o!w A P!A G E R E N:T |l| N G E I E R L E R Sudoku Solution #1850-D 971 682345 4581 73962 63249581 7 385964721 1 49257683 2673 1 8459 796821534 5247361 98 81 3549276 ACROSS 1. Marina features 6. Barry Manilow song locale 10. PDQ, in the ICU 14. "The Soprno" restaurateur 15. State firmly 16. Cellar stock 17. Dull finish 18. Chicago exchange, for short 19. Utah ski center 20. McDonald's offering 23. Sushi bar order 24. Like an oboe's tone 25. Walked briskly 29. Sgt. Friday carried one 32. La Scala performance 33. One of the Osmonds 34. Took the bait 37. Lack of enthusiasm 41. Drano ingredient 42. April 1st baby, e.g. 43. Woody's musical son 44. Liver or pancreas 45. Fencers' moves 47. Name in kitchen foil 50. Satum model 51. "Onward!" 58. Trampled 59. Intense exam 60. Caravan stopovers 62. Tear apart 63. Get pooped 64. Like Bo-Peep's flock 65. Mideast's Gulf of 66. Fax button 67. Obama's paternal homeland I llll I I i lllllllillllll I 'l rlnrrrrlrrr-r  i Backto the Front 4 5 23 .>7 28 29 33 6 7 9 15 18 21 31 38 39 42 44 45 46 m 9 i J American Profile Hometown Content 52 53 54 59 DOWN 1. Anti-stick spray 2. '80s foe of Iran 3. Rebuke from Caesar 4. "Lovely" Beatles girt 5. Get really steamed 6. Former cigarette huckster Joe __ 7. [Continued on other side] 8. Criminal, in police lingo 9. With the bow 10. AI Jolson classic 11. The squiggle in "So Paulo" 12. Started the kitty 13. Like an onion peeler, perhaps m 10 11 19 22 24 :34 4O 4;3 21. __ time (course slot) 22. Pushed strongly 25. Satirical Mort 26. Highchair feature 27. Stir up 28. Bumbling sort 29. Made public 30. Cultural doings 31. Trivial Pursuit cube 33. Principal duct 34. Floating hazard 35. Home to Gilligan 36. General chicken 38. George, football's "Papa Bear" 39. Mound stat 40. Tandoori-baked bread 44. Like fairy-tale goose eggs 55 56 6O 64 67 612O12010 45. Mauna 46. Release, in a way 47. Broadcast workers' org. 48, Like tabloid stories 49. Garlic hunk 50. Twiddled one's thumbs 52. Stud stakes 53. Pennsylvania port city 54. Yield as profit 55. Roof overhang 56. "It's to tell ..." 57. Declare untrue 61. "... two if by" Home Entertainment Systems "Glory is Fleeting, but obscurity is Forever." Napoleon Bonaparte (1769-1821) www.TrebesDesig Private Showings Call for Appointment 530-596-4166 Tour July 24th, 201 0 * 10am-4pm o 13 Sponsored by Feather River Fine Arts k-'X 3215 Hill Crest Drive * Hamilton Branch " II IIIIIIII I Ir "1 ' ......................