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4B Wednesday, July 28, 2010 Bulletin, Progressive, Record, Reporter BLOTTER, from page 3B lance. The call was trans- Cranium: In Graeagle, a caller Monday, July 19 a neighbor's yard. Dispatch people to buy alcohol for him. ferred to EPHC, and Portola requested medical aid for a Illegal Donation: In Chester, contacted the owner who was A sergeant reported contact, Multiple Maladies: On the Lake Fire was paged, patient with a recent head in- someone reported the theft of responding ASAP. ing the man who was 25 years Almanor Peninsula, someone jury. The call was transferred a ladder. A deputy reported old and had orange juice, not Unconscious: In Greenville, to EPDH, and Graeagle Fire there wasn't a theft, as the Thursday, July 22 alcohol. requested an ambulance for a someone reported a 13-year- was paged. The patient was ladder was left near a group of Was it at Least Fermented? In husband with severe back and old daughter complained of being transported to EPDH. items that were outside for Quincy, someone reported a stomach pain. The call was stomach pain and then passed transferred to SIFC. anyone to have. male juvenile trying to get M GE out. The call was transferred Limb: In Chester, SIFC cross- Monday, July 19 to SLEMS, and Greenville/traffic reported a 38-year-old Tuesday, July 20 LICENSES Limb: In Delleker, someone Crescent Mills Fire was paged female with a fractured leg. But Were They Really BIRTHS requested an ambulance for and responding. Information Information was given to a Cussing? In Quincy, a caller July 16 John Douglas Klippenstein himself due to leg pain. The was given to a deputy, sergeant, reported several underageAllison Lee Moore and Sarah Allyse Snyder, call was transferred to EPDH, Thursday, July 22 Eyes: In Greenville, SLEMS people drinking and usingAllison Lee Moore was both ofReno, Nv. and EP Fire was paged. Fall: In Greenville, a caller re- dispatch requested fire to be foul language at the swim- born to Alisha and Joe Tuesday, July 20 quested an ambulance for an paged for the SLEMS crew ming hole near- Oakland Moore of Westwood July 17, July 22 Cardiac: In Maybe, a caller re- elderly female fall victim. The quarters for a female walk-in Camp. The caller said drugs 2010, at 8:26 a.m. at Enloe Jeri Lynn Griffin and quested an ambulance for her call was transferred to Lassen patient with glue in her eyes. were possibly involved. A de- Medical Center in Chico. Justin Bruce Pasley, both of husband who had a heart EMS, andIVFwas paged. Indian Valley/Crescent Mills tective advised there was no She weighed 7 pounds, 3 Chester. problem. The call was trans- Fire was paged and responded, crime committed, ounces and was 20 inches in ferred to EPDH, and Eastern Asthma: In Graeagle, a female length. , Plumas Fire was paged, was reportedly having an Miscellaneous Wednesday, July 21 Maternal grandparents C/ S asthma attack. The call was Friday, July 16 Well, it Used to be a Fence: In are Jennifer and Eddie Unresponsive: In Graeagle, a transferred to EPDH. While So Much for "Waking up with Quincy, someone repo ted Bauer of Westwood. of TI"L NI S caller reported her father fell on the phone with EPDH, the the Chickens": In Greenville, there was a bear on top of a Paternal grandmother is and wasn't responding. The caller advised the femalea caller reported his neighbor fence, but it wasn't causing a Lorena Gorbert of call was transferred to EPDH, found her inhaler and no was disturbing his peace by direct threat. The caller was Greenville. and Graeagle Fire was paged longer needed medical aid. runninghis tractor very early given the number for FishGreat grandparents are and responded. The victim redialed 911 and in the morning. The caller re- and Game. Betty and Bob Bauer of Ari- advisedshe would stilllike an quested contact from a zona and Faith and Don Wednesday, July 21 ambulance. The call was deputy. A deputy advised the Garden Fed Beef: In Meadow Halnan of Stockton. Unknown Malady: In Clio, a transferred to EPDH, and caller worked the issue out Valley, someone reported cat- Allison joins siblings caller requested an ambu- Graeagle Fire was paged, himself, tle were eating everything in Celena, 13 and Nicholas, 7. EPHC has two Skilled Nursing Facilities. Our Loyalton Skilled Nursing Home has 39 beds, while our Portola Skilled Nursing Home has 27 beds. We offer recreational opportunities, spiritual enrichment, pet thera py and more. We have PT, OT, SLT and TLC. Our won- derful volunteers and community members participate in helping provide a fun and homelike environment for our cherished loved ones. We can also provide post-surgical rehabilitation for those returning home. In Portola, call 530-832-6546 In Loyalton, call 530-993-1225 Eastern Plumas Health i i "People Helping People" J We sincerely appreciate the effort and support of the Dawn Institute, which spon- sored our recent supper. Thank you so much! Indian Valley Community Supper LASSEN-PLUMAS-SIERRA COMMUNITY ACTION AGENCY REQUEST FOR PROPOSALS FOR FUNDING FOR THE YEAR 2011 The Lassen-Plumas-Sierra Community Action A ency (LPSCAA) is now accepting pro- posals for funding in Calendar Year 2011. LPSCAA was established to assist low-income individuals and families in Lassen, Plumas, and Sierra Counties achieve self-sufficiency. The strategy for the year 2011 strongly emphasizes family and youth development, nutrition, health, education, housing and home energy assistance programs with the goal of achieving economic self-suffi- ciency. ApPlications are due by 5:00 PM. Friday. September 17. 2010, The application can be obtained at the LPSCAA office, 183 W, Main Street, Quincy, during normal business hours. Requests are also accepted by phone (530-283-2466), mail (P. O. Box 319, Quincy, CA 95971), or email ( For more information contact: Lassen-Plumas-Sierra P.O. Box 319 Quincy, CA 95971 (530) 283-2466 Community Action Agency o '//J 100' of It's the law! (CA PRC 4291) Is offering assistance increating or maintaining Defensible Space to residents over 60 years of age or disabled living in Plumas County. PC FSC will provide a free Home Ignition Zone consultation for determining work flecessary to meet the requirements of the law. PC FSC will procure competitive bids from qualified and insured contractors to meet California's Fire Safe Standards. PC FSC will certify the work done before payments are made. PC FSC will provide financial assistance based on residents income. Contact Rob Gimbel, c/o Plumas County Fire Safe Council P.O. Box 1225, Quincy, CA 95971 283-0829 or 283-3739 emaih This program is provided by the Plumas County Fire Safe Council with funding from the Plumas County Board of Supervisors, the Plumas NF through the Plumas Resource Advisory Committee, The California Fire Safe Council Clearinghouse with funds from the US Forest Service and assistance from Plumas Corporation and Plumas Rural Services. 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 Aduhcare 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