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Bulletin, Record, Progressive, Reporter Wednesday, Aug. 12, 2015 5B C" .,ro oa e.nort oun Oeac 'wastrav "ngon Are world leaders stepping up? Taylorsville was driving a in his 1998 Dodge RAM 1500. 1997 Honda Accord He had his three children in westbound at a stated speed the pick up truck with him. President Obama has just ~'~ addressed other sectors such is proposing some significant of 60 mph. He failed to see a The driver had been announced that "climate as transportation and cutbacks to coal-fired plant rock in his lane. The left experiencing a diabetic change poses the greatest ' industry, she would have emissions, he is front tire of the Honda struck emergency while driving. He challenge to future : applauded his efforts as asimultaneously, allowing the rock and Norton lost was having a difficult time generations." As one of our true environmental legacy,expanded drilling in the -~.~~:~ control of the car. maintaining control of hisgovernors stated, "We are .... Occurring so late in his arctic. Thus, many feel he The vehicle left the road vehicle and being aware ofthe first to feel the effects of COMMUNITY GREEN presidency diminishes the should not be credited with and hit a paddle marker and his surroundings. The Dodge climate change, and the last positive effect that this an environmental legacy, as two signs on the north had been reported to the CHP generation to be able to do PAMELA NOEL announcement would have one hand is undoing what shoulder. The Honda as a reckless vehicle. CHPsomething about it." made. the other one is continued west on the north was responding to the area in The pentagon reports thatmeasures are taken. This Interestingly, Shell Oil accomplishing. shoulder and struck a log. an attempt to intercept the climate change poses rise would make the cities of Company started drilling for Klein continues to His vehicle came to rest on Dodge. immediate threats to our London, New York, and oil in the arctic on Thursday, underscore that with its wheels, facing west on the Webb made a slow right national security. We've seen Shanghai uninhabitable. July 30. This ability to drill increased fracking and north shoulder, turn onto northbound stronger storms, deeper Naomi Klein, climate for oil is made possible opening up more offshore Neither Norton, nor his Highway 49 from Highway droughts, and the most expert, author and activist, because the arctic ice caps drilling, one step in the passenger was injured 89. He continued into the serious wildfire seasons,recently spoke at a Vatican are melting, precisely "right" direction is being during the collision. Both parking lot in front of Sierra Charleston and Miami now summit. Her recent book, because of carbon emissions undone by five steps in the had been wearing seat beats. Valley Feed and Ranch flood at high tide. "This Changes Everything,caused by the petro-chemical "wrong" direction. Supplies. Then he began Melting ice caps forced Capitalism vs. the Climate," industry. This fact is "crazy After Klein's recent trip to Highway 49, Aug. 2 traveling in the wrong National Geographic to make discussed the importance of making" for many the Vatican to participate in An unoccupied 1999 direction along the asphalt the biggest change to their accelerating the cutting of environmentalists, talks about the environment Mercury Cougar was found shoulder. Sierra County maps since the Soviet Union emissions. President Obama will be she acknowledges that the on the east side of the sheriff deputies observed broke apart. She states that we must cut traveling to the arctic soon, Pope has now stepped up to highway; north of Dyson Webb turning onto Highway Right now our power emissions by 8 to 10 percent a in order to gather the become one of the world Lane. 49. plants are the source of year, starting now, in order various international leaders who is actually Based on physical When Webb's two older one-third of our carbon to avoid these catastrophic stakeholders together to addressing this crisis. evidence, the Mercury had children saw the patrol pollution, which contributes effects. She warns that 32 ensure that this ice stopsActivists are being been traveling southbound, vehicle, they removed their to climate change. This is percent by 2030 is not melting, so that sea levels increasingly visible because The driver veered across the safety belts. They began more pollution than our cars, enough. She calls this will not rise, and sea life will they realize that the window traffic lanes and entered a hanging outside the windowour airplanes and our homes discrepancy "the carbon be preserved. Many cannot of opportunity to impact our recessed area covered in and yelling for help. combined, gap," which, according to her understand how our changing climate is quickly vegetation. Nowon the east The driver continued alongPresident Obama says thatresearch, is huge. president can approve thisclosing. She continues to point out drilling, AND, at the sameGermany has 30 percent of side of the highway the car the shoulder. Eventually, he he believes that if we put off that Stanford scientists continued up an veered to the left and struck acting it will be too late. He time, attempt to stop the its energy in renewables, but embankment. It entered a a parked Toyota Tacoma. has committed the United indicate that we could power harmful effects that this has not cut emissions gravel access road and This happened on the northStates to cutting power plant the entire country by drilling causes, enough. Thus, there is no struck a metal gate and wood side of the Sierra Valley emissions by 32 percent from renewable energies in twoNot expecting this arctic world-wide coordination to and metal fence posts. The Exchange and the Smithneck2005 levels by 2030. Thus far, decades. We have the oil to be "on-line" until 2030, address this issue. car continued through the Farms Caf6. there have never been anytechnology. We have the the administration is looking It will be interesting to see fencing and came to rest in a Deputies contacted Webb limits put on these plants as science. Engineers say this at this as part of a long-term whether current presidential dirt field, and determined he was to allowable emissions, could happen if there was the solution that will dwarf the candidates will be willing to After the collision, the car having a diabetic emergency. Fires are devastating ourpolitical will and ability to supplies in the Gulf of confront the oil, gas and coal was secured and the driver Medical personnel responded wild lands and withstand corporate Mexico. It seems just the industries in a manner that fled the scene. This to the scene. No injuries 120-degree-plus weather is pressure to do so. opposite By 2030, we should will make a significant investigation is on going, were reported, plaguing the Middle East.If President Obama had be winding down our change for the better. Or will Sea levels are expected to announced this cutting ofreliance on oil ... developing their pronouncements result Belden, Aug. 3 Quincy Aug. 5 rise by 10 feet by the end of emissions at the beginning of other renewable sources, in more "smoke," adding to About 11 a.m. William At approximately 10:30 the century unless drastic his presidency, and also So while President Obama the present problem? Ewing, 52, of Orangevale, is a.m., Joshua Schake, 41, of suspected of driving his Quincy, was driving a 2007 wife's blue 2012 Ford Escape Ford Expedition southbound ureas ouncil on Howells Road, east of on Cloman Avenue. Schake Belden Town Road. Mr. stopped at the stop sign of the Ewing is suspected of driving West Main Street and The monthly meeting of community fuel reduction of citizens, businesses, fire Firewise Community in reverse in an easterly Cloman Avenue. He intendedthe Plumas County Fire Safe opportunities, departments, and programs and pre-fire direction and crashing into to make a left hand turn onto Council wiUbe held County residents with an representatives of local, activities." the left front corner of a West Main Street. Thursday, Aug. 13, from 9 to interest in preventing andstate and federal For additional parked bronze 2000 Cadillac Kenneth Thomas, 89, of 11 a.m., at the Plumas mitigating impacts from government agencies, information visit DeViUe. The impact damaged Quincy was onhis Pronto County Planning and wildland fires to their homes Its mission is "to reduce plumasfiresafe.org or the left front cor.ner of the wheelchair heading west onBuilding Services office or communities are invitedthe loss of natural and email the coordinator at JDeVilldhad : West MaimStreet within the located at 555 Main in to became members',: :: '.; h m mmadw'r s0 rces nils@deercreek 'crSssWalk on~Cioman Quincy. ~./!!~i :> T~l~,Q~u~c~l~.a coa~j~o~ ~ q, au~d~hy ~l~=[f~ througl~ resources.com. A w ness attempted to AVenue when Schake startedFire Safe Cauncil confront Ewing regarding to make a left hand turn. The members invite the public to the accident. The driver left driver door hit Thomas. join them at their monthly threatened the witness not to Thomas received minor to meetings to learn more inform law enforcement moderate injuries to his about the Council's diverse about him or his vehicle, right foot, ankle and knee. efforts to mitigate wildfire Then the suspect fled the This collision remains under damage before fires ignite in scene without leaving any investigation, the region. information regarding his The Council works to person or his vehicle with Camp Layman Road, serve residents and property the damaged parked car. Aug. 6 owners in the area while The witness wrote down A young driver, of implementing projects the Ford's license plate Lafayette was riding northidentified within the Plumas on a 2008 Yamaha Grizzly County Community Wildfire number and gave an excellent description of the 350. A rodent crossed the Protection Plan. suspect. The Escape is road directly in front of him The Fire Safe Council is registered to Tamar Ewing, and the driver lost control of currently developing the vehicle. When the driver projects throughout the of Orangevale. Investigators concluded that Ewing lives at applied the brakes, he wasAmerican Valley, at C Road the same address and ejected from the vehicle. He and near the community of matches the description was wearing a helmet during Cutler Meadows along La provided, the collision. Porte Road. The driver was They are in the planning Sierraville, Aug. 4 transported to Eastern process for additional ayl -ucru This accident occurred Plumas Health Care in projects at Lake Almanor, about 12:57 p.m. on Highway Portola for treatment of Mohawk Vista, Greenhorn, The Fair At The Fairgrounds Rodeo Eque,, 49, south of North Battelle moderate injuries. This and the Indian and Dixie Street. collision remains under Valleys and are actively Jason Webb, 45, of Kings investigation, looking for additional "Snoopers" is a domestic shorthair black "Puddin" is a female domestic long hair "Missy" is a domestic short hair spayed spayed female. She is 11 years old and who is unsprayed and about 1 year old. female. She is also 11 years old and her needs a new home as her owner went to Very Very sweet cat. owner went to heaven as well, but no heaven, related to Snoopers August 17th is National Black Cat Appreciation Day. Our office hours are Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday and Friday 8am.5pm. Saturday viewing is by appointment only. Ofl3ce hours are subject to change due to staffing; calling prior to visiting shelter is recommended. All potential adopters must complete an adoption consultation form and be approved prior to adoption. Adoption fees are $10.00 for dogs and cats, license fee for dogs is $15.00 per year. 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