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4B Wednesday, July 14, 2010 Bulletin, Progressive, Record, Reporter 0 retirees Officer Robert Marshall retired Tuesday, Patrol. Marshall spent the last 14 years resident post. Photo submitted June 29, after 27 years with the California Highway of his career serving Plumas County at the Portola Officer Keri Cameron retired Patrol. Cameron spent the last Photo submitted Tuesday, June 29, after 24 years with the California Highway 13 years of her career serving Plumas County in the Quincy area. CliP, from page3B formation was called in toDeer Harley, June 3 Officer Stowe the following Troy Hilliker, 31, of Shasta day. Lake was eastbound on SR- CHP REPORT 70, east of Two Rivers Road, Off-reading, July 3 on his 1997 Harley Davidson Callingit in, July 1 Sara Prehm of Carson when a deer ran onto the Daniel L. Blake, 54, of City, Nev., was driving a roadway. Hilliker struck the Sparks, Nev., was north- 2004 Yamaha Grizzly ATV deer, damaging his motorcy- bound on US 395, south of southbound on an off-high-cle. the Long Valley ag station, way dirt road on private Hilliker was uninjured; no driving a 1999 GMC pickup property. Miles Humphreys information was available and towing a fifth wheel at a of Reno, Nev. was a passen- on the condition of the deer. stated speed of 55 mph. ger on the ATV. Blake momentarily fell Prehm attempted a U-turn On parade, July 4 asleep and veered to the on the narrow road but A minor was en route to right and off the road. Wak- when pulling forward, drove the staging area for the Tay- ing, Blake attempted to steer off the west side of the road. lorsville parade. As a result to the left and re-enter the The vehicle overturned andof a little too much throttle, roadway, but lost control Humphreys stuck his head the minor lost control of the and veered across both on a rock. Both parties were 2004 Polaris Scrambler and northbound lanes. Both ve- trapped under the vehicle,struck a parked vehicle. hicles overturned, blocking Humphreys suffered a con- No injuries were reported. the northbound lanes for ap- cussion and head and back proximately two-and-a-half injuries. He was flown to View without room, hours. Renown Medical Center in July 5 Blake was uninjured. In- Reno. Prehm was uninjured.Justin Lister, 20, of Par- for birth to age 5, and pregnant mothers. With lots of opportunity for parent involvement. Secure and caring relationships Self help and social skills Develop strong sense of self and attachment Dental/Physical Exams Vision/Hearing Screenings Service for Children with Disabilities Social services for Families Reading Readiness Activities Meals provided through funding from the U.S. Department of Agriculture Child and Adultcare Food Program Please call for eligibility information: 257-2343 - Susanville Center 257-7530 - Leavitt Lake Center 827-2922 - Herlong Center 257-8220 - Union St. Center 832-1029 - Portola Center 283-0592 - Quincy Center 1-800-404-1242 - Business Center 251-4050 - Lassen EHS Center adise was westbound on SR- 70 in his 1990 Toyota 4-Run- ner, approaching Keddie Re- sort Road at a stated speed of 30 mph. According to the CHP, William Altes III, 40, of Greenville was following be- hind Lister in a 1995 Dodge Neon. Altes moved to the right shoulder and accelerated in an attempt to pass Lister on. the right. Lister began to increase his speed as the road straightened before realiz- ing Altes was on his right. When Lister became aware of Altes, knowing there was not enough room for him to pass, he slowed. Altes, seeing he was run- ning out of room, moved to the left, striking the Toy- 0fa'S'right front fire with the left rear of his vehicle. Light on the right, July 6 Anselmo Perez, 54, of Bur- ney was stopped at a red light at the intersection of SR-70 and Mill Creek Road, facing southbound and preparing to make a right turn in his 199OKenworth 84 Chip Trailer. As he made the turn on a Kristen Hernandez, 20, of green light, he failed to al- Greenville. low room for the trailer to Fowler observed a flagger make the turn and struck on the right-hand shoulder the signal light, knocking it directing traffic to stop and to the ground, applied his brakes. Hernandez saw Fowler Slow for the Cone Zone, stow and tried to stop but, July 7 according to the incident re- Mr. A. Fowler, 21, and port, her speed and close an unidentified 30-year- proximity to the rear of the old passenger were west- Ford did not allow her to bound on SR-70 at Old stop before rear-ending Highway in front of a 1990 Fowler's vehicle. Dodge Ram 250 driven by There were no injuries. ings Adding awnings, shutters and sun screens to the win- dows that the sun beats on all day can save you huge bucks on your power bill When the outdoor temper- ature is soaring, just look- ing out a window can make you sweat. Install an awning, and you can reduce the amount of heat that comes through that too- warm window by up to 77 percent. Likewise, you can sub- stantially subdue the sizzle on a backyard patio by shad- You know, I'm pretty sure I love my wife, but man, can she push my buttons and then I go crazy and just want to hit her to make her shut-up, and sometimes I do. Now I'm scared that I will hR my kids. I need help. Call the Plumas Crisis Intervention & Resource Center at 283-5515 and ask for a counselor. Calls are confidential. crisis Line Resource I 283-4333 Center ._| 1-877-332-2754 or 283-5515 A program of Plumas Crisis Intervention ' ~' & Resource Center ~ ing the whole thing with a durable, fabric awning that blocks harmful UV sunrays and transforms your out- door living s~/~,qe into the pleasant, comfor'table oasis / you built it to be. There's no need to put awnings, shutters or sun screens on every window of your home. Indeed, most homeowners install their permanent shading devices only on windows where the sun is most punishing- and that's not necessarily on the home's south side, which is typically the warmest. The U.S. Depart- ment of Energy says you can reduce solar heat gain on the hottest days by up to 65 percent on south-facing windows and 77 percent on west-facing windows by cov- ering them up. Mike Brozo of Plumas- Sierra Rural Electric Coop- erative recommends home- owners shop around for options that preserve the view to the outdoors while preventing the sun's heat from beating onto the win- dows. "Everything from tinted glass to operating shutters will do the. trick," says Brozo. Lake Almanor Premier Summer Party July 31. 2010 at Foxwood Park Taste the areas best Restaurants, sip a large selection of Wine Beer & Spirits & shop one of a kind "Party with a Purpose" 6:00pm to Midnight only $40.00 IocalArtisans Tickets on Sale - Holi day Market, Pizza Factory, Restaurants Chester Progressive & Prudential Real Estate Gamboni's Peninsula Grill Visa & Mastercard accepted call 530-259-4874 Longboards Bar & Grill www. MidSummerMadness.info Carol's Caf~ & West Shore Dell Tantardino's Pizzeria & Pasta Wine, Beer & Spirits Local ~rtisans Red Onion Grill Southern Wine & Spirits Debbie Groesser- Painting Pizza Factory -Chester Nevada City Winery Jacquie Cordova - Pottery Feather River Culinary Arts Mt Tehama Winery Susan Mueller - Photography Lakeside at Plumas Pines Lassen Peak Winery Donna O'ConneU - Jewelry Evergreen IGA Market Holiday Market Walt Nicholson - Woodwork Mt. Tomba I nn Mountain Meadows Mead Ron McBride - Sculptor Holiday Market Alpen Cellars Debbie Norton - Needle Baskets Bella Luna Catering Sierra Nevada Brewery Russ Flint - Painting Mi Casita Mexican Evergreen IGA Market cheryl Flint - Textiles Caf~ LeCoq Drunk Brush Wine Bar Dawn Minch - Rugs Corto Olive Oil EiksClub of Chester (No Host) Glen Donley - Wax Crayon Pacific Sun Olive Oil and more and mor / Benefits Local Community Projects Funded by Rotary Club of Chester il