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;6B Wednesday, Sept. 5, 2018 Bulletin, Record, Progressive, Reporter lam OU al n For the 35th consecutive year, restriction goes into effect Sept. assistive devices such as selected roads and off-highway 29 and continues through Oct. wheelchairs. vehicle trails in the Diamond 21. Visit the Plumas National Mountain Limited Vehicular Partners in this effort include Forest's website to view the Access Area will be closed to the Plumas County Fish & Game forest closure order No. motorized vehicles before and Commission, the California 05-11-02-18-04 and its associated during deer hunting season Department of Fish & Wildlife map at fs.usda.gov/plumas; see within Zone X-6A. and Plumas National Forest. "Alerts & Warnings." The motor vehicle restriction While motorized vehicles are For more information about is due to the volume of vehicles prohibited on all roads and the forest order, what activities in deer hunting areas during the trails in the area during this are exempt or to obtain a hard deer season and the effects of closure, some activities are copy of the map, contact the Mt. motor vehicles on deer exempt from the order as are Hough Ranger District at behavior. The motor vehicle persons with disabilities using 283-0555. CHP REPORT The following incidents are submitted by the Quincy Area California Highway Patrol as a tentative summary pending the conclusion of the investigation(s). Motorcycle accident, Aug. 27 Jade Sutton, 59, of Portola was driving her 2002 Harley-Davidson northbound on Gold Lake Highway, just north of Graeagle Lodge Road.: It was about 5 p.m. As Sutton entered a right hand curve in the roadway, she applied the bral es and made an unsafe turning movement to the right. The motorcycle rolled onto its right side. The rider was ejected from the vehicle. A passerby stopped and transported Sutton to Eastern Plumas District Hospital in Portola for moderate injuries. Spin out, Aug. 27 At approximately 6:52 p.m Jennifer Thomas, 40, of Herlong, was driving her 2004 Chrysler northbound on US 395, just north of Pozzolan Plant Road. According to the CHP report, for reasons unknown Thomas allowed the car todrift off the east road edge onto the dirt shoulder. She then steered to the right over correcting. The Chrysler spun counter clockwise, slid across the northbound traffic lane and onto the west shoulder. The vehicle rolled over and came to rest on its roof on the west shoulder. The driver had been wearing a seat belt. A passerby stopped and assisted Thomas out of the car and called 911. Thomas waited for emergency personnel at the scene. She was treated for minor injuries, including an abrasion to her left arm. Collision with rock embankment, Aug. 29 Matthew Harmer, 32, of Oroville, was traveling westbound on Highway 70, just east of Chipps Creek. Hewas driving a 2000 Subaru Outback. At about 4:50 p.m he Was negotiating a gradual left turn when the front of his vehicle struck a rock that had fallen onto the road. This caused Harmer to lose control of his vehicle. The Outback crossed into the eastbound lane. The drover over-corrected, steering the Subaru across the westbound lane before colliding with a rock embankment on the north side of the road. Harmer had been wearing his seat belt at the time of the collision and did not claim any injuries. Rabies Distemper Cat Vaccines and more! Wednesday, Sept, 12 Evergreen Market Parking Lot i,:.- :Dogs on Leashes:: in Carriers : Plumas CountyAnimatControl will also be on hand to provide one-stop ficensing service. Lauren Westmoreland Staff Writer Iwestmoreland@plumasnews.com Doris Housel will be kicking off her fifth annual genealogy lecture series at the Church of Latter Day Saints in Portola beginning the evening of Tuesday, Sept. 11, at 7 p.m with the goal of helping community members map their familial ancestry. "The purpose of our class is to [help attendees] get a foothold on genealogy research and how to connect with the right people," Housel said. The series is expected to last seven to eight weeks depending on turnout and is open to the public, according to Housel. Housel has noted that the program has been helping people from Chilcoot to Cromberg trace their family lineage back generations by guiding them through the myriad of genealogy websites and databases available to the public. The small library at the back of the LDS Church contains a wide variety of books and online resources available for attendees to take advantage of, including old county maps and computers with access to ancestry.com free of charge. In getting offthe ground on the ancestry hunt, Housel noted that people should start mapping their ancestry by writing down all the relatives they know of by name. From there, she suggested that people ask their family members for more names and information before making the dive into online databases. If you feel like you've hit a wall in your ancestry and can't go back any further, Housel suggests being creative and looking for written records -that might help inform your search. "There are some times where you have to visit a site, a county seat, a state," Housel explained. Even though sifting through old records and databases to fmd previously unknown ancestors can be a tedious venture, Housel argues that it is well worth the challenge because it helps people understand their own personal histories and identities. "You can get a better idea of who you are, where you get certain traits from," she said. Also, though the classes are open to all, they are in part intended to help connect members of the LDS church with family members who do not know of their connection to the faith. "We use it to find our family, our collective [LDS] family," she said. Even still, the returning ancestry classes are open to people of all faiths, and are sure to be valuable for those who wish to unearth the buried roots of their ancestral past. Classes will be held regularly on Wednesdays at 7 p.m. at the LDS church in Portola. For more information, contact Doris Housel at 961-2539. in Strengthening Families Mini-Grants are available this Fall! 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