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Feather River Bulletin Wednesday, Aug. 13, 2014 5A ALLRED, from page 1A Sgt. Julie Nolta rode in a separate patrol vehicle. They took a tour of the academy, including the hangar. Just as they arrived, some CHP officers were about to take a helicopter flight, and asked if the Allreds wanted to go. They didn't have to be asked twice. It was the first helicopter ride for both Allreds, and both said they really enjoyed their brief tour of the campus and nearby neighborhoods. But Caleb said he really liked the landing: when the helicopter landed on the lawn, there were lots of people around and he said he felt special. After the ride, they met CHP Commissioner Joe Farrow. Keevin said he and Caleb were treated like VIPs. He said Commissioner Farrow walked up to them and said to his son, "You must be Caleb." Another highlight of the trip was the speed track driving course, Caleb said. He reported that it was amazing to see the things the drivers could do on their motorcycles, like sit-ups while driving 30 mph down the track. He said they also did tricks in their Dodge Chargers, like 180-degree turns while driving really fast. Both Allreds said they were treated kindly and very professionally. Keevin said everyone they met was personable and generous, and took a real interest in Caleb and him. They ate lunch with the cadets in the cafeteria and said it was great. Caleb had a chance to talk with Matulonis about college, which he said irifluenced him to lean toward studying psychology -- the better to understand what makes people tick. Because Plumas Christian School no longer serves high school students, and Caleb wants to play football, he is now attending QHS. He said L California Highway Patrol cadets take part in graduation ceremonies July 11 at the CHP academy in Sacramento. Photos courtesy Keevin AIIred he's excited, and that he already knows most of the kids. He recently attended football camp at Feather River College, and said Quincy coach C.B. Brown set him up as quarterback on offense and linebacker on defense. He's practicing now at QHS and said he'll be playing junior varsity this season. The Allreds moved to Quincy from TaylorsvUle last summer, and Caleb said he welcomes the change. "There's so much more to do," he said. Although he has three brothers and a sister and enjoys spending time with them, he said it's nice to have more friends and things to do. Caleb also plays tennis, and likes to fish, hunt, trap-shoot and stay active. Both Allreds said they are very appreciative of the recognition the CHP gave Caleb. They were surprised and grateful for the many opportunities afforded them. Before too many more years, Caleb might just make his way back to Quincy and find a job in the local CHP office.  ,. ....... : ; :: : .: : . - ....... :  : :r: :.: .... .   .....  . .  .. . ....... I I Caleb AIIred takes his first ride in a helicopter during his tour of the California Highway Patrol academy. DIG, from page 1A deputies as well -- I also see a mother, brothers." In response to questions about how deep the well might be, Hagwood said it depends on the month. He Said there was water in February, March and April and that historical records showed the well to be about 30 feet deep. However, "debris has been either accidentally or intentionally placed in the well," he said. Hagwood said he brought the request to the board in the spirit of honesty and transparency. "It's a perfect dilemma-- with an emotional aspect as well as financial. I come with cold, hard facts, and will follow the direction of the board." Supervisor Jon Kennedy questioned whether Hagwood had a legal obligation to come to the board. 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Countjy singer Chad Bushnell performs at 9:30 p.m. For information: 283-9788. Plumas-Sierra County Fair Parade, 10 a.m. staging behind Safeway. Registration booth opens 8 a.m. in front of Plumas Christian School; judging starts 9 a.m., horse judging starts 9:30 a.m. Theme: "Fun and Games." Presented by Quincy Chamber of Commerce, Plumas-Sierra County Fair. For information: Cheryl Kolb, 375-0086. Extreme Bulls and Broncs, 7 p.m., Plumas-Sierra County Fairgrounds rodeo equestrian area. Presented by Rockin M Rodeo with Feather River College Foundation Rodeo. General admission $12; VIP tickets $25, include Cattlemen's barbecue 5 p.m. Tickets available at Courthouse Cafd, Plumas Bank, fair office. For information: Jesse Segura, 283-0202, ext. 306. Sunday: Soul Food Sunday, 2 - 6 p.m., Main Street Sports Bar. NFL ticket starts 10 a.m. For information: 283-9788. 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