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16B Wednesday, July 9, 2014 DU.u.., r~ec.uru, rrogresslVe, I~epur ter The Chris Robinson Brotherhood plays at the grandstand Saturday, July 5, at the High Sierra Music Festival. Thousands of revelers attended the festival that featured more than 60 bands playing music across the genre spectrum. Photos by Laura Beaton High Sierra Music Festival celebrates Fourth of July in its own way, with an eclectic and lively parade. Each night of the four-day festival more than a hundred kids and adults took to the streets in colorful costumes while hundreds more cheered them on. The Grammy-winning Carolina 'Chocolate Drops play their signature southern roots music, which The Punch Brothers bring their "American country-classical chamber music" to the grandstand highlights the role of African-Americans in shaping our nation's popular music. Friday, July 4. * DOG BOARDING FACILITY * State-of-ihe-art facility for your pet, offering climate controlled indoor runs with a year-round fenced outdoor exercise yard. Open from 10 am to 4 pm, Men. thru Sat. (530) 832-4727 Proceeds from the boarding facility benefit the High Sierra Rescue operation. Hello, my name is Tucker. I am a 1 year old male Border Collie mix, and it shows on my personality. I am very friendly and active. I love to meet new people. I am looking for my forever playmate[ I do need some positive training but nothing a little time won't work out. Playing is my favorite past time. If you think I can keep up with you, come on down to High Sierra Animal Rescue and let's play[ Tucker Breed: Border Collie / Mix Age: 1 Year, 2 months Gender: Male Color: B&W Altered: Yes Size: Large Ref. #2573 Current on -,hot-, Haill My name is Caesar and I am a male Cocker Spaniel cross who is 5 years old I am looking for an easy-going family to call my very own. I am a friendly pup who likes to carry my tennis balls around just in case someonewants to play ball. I arr fond of taking walks and playing ball, but am just as content to ~uddle when the tim~ is right. I am seeking a semi-active home that is not afraid to show off my cuteness I am perfect for a couple, a family or a senior '~~ ............. ~..,,~.!~ needing a buddy. Is this too much bragging? i~ ....... :~i~;::~ Nah. So you should pop on over to High Sierra [ ~:4~ ...... ~:'~: Animal Rescue for some playtime. You will see!,,~,~':.~!i ~;..~.. " just how cute I am. i~ F~!~ Breed: Spaniel, Amelcan Cocker Mix i ~ Age: 5 years Gender: Male I Color:. Black Altered: Yes Size: Medium Ref. #2570 Current on ,,ho~ Caesar Plumas 832-$208 BII{E & Sill 0 ,~,,.,~,c,.,. c,, 0 CA. LIC #405176 283-1605 740 E. Siena Ave. AMBERT Portola, Ca 96122 530-832-5512 & Mobile: 530-251-3815 INSURANCE SERVICES LIC.# 0637356 kirk@lambertnlambert.com Soda Fountain and Gift Shop High Sierra is looking for FOfTi~R HOMF.,8 FOR SPECIAL NEED8 DOGS ~ DOG WALKERS who need some extra special care, call Dan at 832-4727 Mark Smith " Broker & Owner .. ~r~ ,.i_ Offk:e: 530.836-0444 Mobile: T/S-229-3913 Fax: 530-836-14111 ORE License #01306,367 Bruce Hollis Lee, D.D.S. General Dentistry 181 Gulling, Portola 832-4461 CONSTRUCTION (530) 283-2035 P.O. Box 1369 QUINCY, CA 95971 LIC. #:453927 Fire safe council ~ features structure protection video The Plumas County Fire Safe Council's July meeting takes place Thursday, July 10, at the Plumas County Planning and Building Services office, located at 555 Main St. in Quincy, from 9 to 11 a.m. The meetings occur on the second Thursday of each month. The council invites everyone to attend these meetings in order to get a sense of local activities that are happening to increase awareness and preparedness for : wfldland fires in Plumas County. The council is a coalition of citizens, business owners, fire departments and representatives of local, state and federal government agencies. The mission of the council is: "To reduce the loss of natural and human made resources caused by wildfire through Firewise Community programs and pre-fLre activities." Its website, plumasfLresafe.org, is currently featuring a short video that shows structure protection efforts during the Black Forest Fire in Colorado. This fire burned from June 11 to June 20, 2013. During that time it consumed 14,280 acres of forest land; destroyed at least 509 homes; and killed two people. Over $9 million was spent on fire suppression efforts and over $90 million of damage to homes resulted from the blaze. This fire is considered to have been the most destructive fire in Colorado history, surpassing the 2012 Waldo Canyon Fire. This video was recorded by a member of the Colorado Springs Fire Department; fu'efighters had been dispatched to protect structures as the fn'e spread through this neighborhood. The footage gives a first-hand look at fn'efighters providing structure protection; council members hope that this video will help to illustrate the importance of creating an area around all structures, known as defensible space, that is free of combustible material.