Newspaper Archive of
Feather River Bulletin
Quincy, California
Lyft
September 10, 2014     Feather River Bulletin
PAGE 6     (6 of 36 available)        PREVIOUS     NEXT      Full Size Image
 
PAGE 6     (6 of 36 available)        PREVIOUS     NEXT      Full Size Image
September 10, 2014
 

Newspaper Archive of Feather River Bulletin produced by SmallTownPapers, Inc.
Website © 2019. All content copyrighted. Copyright Information.     Terms Of Use.     Request Content Removal.




6A Wednesday, Sept. 10, 2014 Feather River Bulletin POT: Rai(:l comes one month after rnaj00)r busts in Canyon from page 1A line, remote campsites, eradicated within the week. In a press release, Peay and Hagwood reminded the public that marijuana cultivation presents a hazard to public safety. They said the gardeners will go to extreme efforts to protect their crops, "utilizing firearms and booby traps to scare off, and sometimes injure, the public." "In addition these cultivations destroy our public lands and resources by the trash left by the suspects, and the mass amounts of fertilizer and pesticides used by the gardeners, which can leach into our watershed." Peay reported that the Forest Service would be conducting a cleanup of the grow site in the next few weeks. He said people are encouraged to report suspicious activity to the Plumas County Sheriffs Office. Suspicious signs could include a drip irrigation gardening tools, bags of fertilizer or pesticides, trash piles and encounters with unusual subjects on national or private lands. A campsite near the marijuana field shows evidence that people were staying there shortly before law enforcement officers swooped in. No one was at the site when the raid took place, but the sheriff reported there were probably as many as six people tending to the garden. Photo courtesy Plumas County Sheriff's Office Second Saturday Art in Graeagle! September la th Reception Painting by Phil Gallagher Phil Gallagher shows his work at... Red House Art Ga//ery An artist reception for Phil Gallagher, local painter, will be held from 1-3pm on Saturday, September 13th at Red House Art Gallery, in the park in historic Graeagle. 7450 Highway 89, in the Park. For more information, please call 836-0104 • redhouseart.net W Cal-Sierra Title Company Since 1962 Quincy (530) 283-0700 Graeagle (530) 836-0700 Chester (530) 258-0700 . Gregory Sawyer, DDS Family Dentistry & Orthodontics NO more "Melal MOuth" Invlsallgn provider 283-2811 283-2820 SlIItRA PACIFIC INDUSTRIES www.spi-ind.com ON EXTENSIIIN? INTERMOUNTAIN ADVANCED CLINICAL DENTISTRY Michael HerMan, DDS Emily Luscri, DDS 431 W Main SI., Quincy • 283-1119  "Quincy's finest in Beautiful Feather River Canyon" (530) 283-5686 Reservations: i-800-804H 200 Crescent Street / Highway 70 W Quincy, Ca 9597 ! PLUMAS BANK "Local People Serving Local Needs " This message is brought to you by these community-spirited businesses. 283-6800 KEN 5AD.NAD.D. K JOIIN BD_tT CM& Enrolled Agents Bus: (530) 283-3965 Res: (530) 836-0349 Fax: (530) 283-4369 Q0 from page 1A barbecue pork rib or chicken plate $10. Bring potluck dessert. Free for Plumas Arts members, SOT donors. To RSVP: 283-3402, information@plumasarts.org. For information: plumasarts.org. Fire on the Mountain, starts 6:30 p.m., Main Street Sports Bar and Lounge. Fundraiser for Save Our Theater campaign includes , fire-themed party with DJs, drink specials, hoop garden, street performances featuring local belly dancers, fire spinners, drummers, firefighter auction. $5 donation for entry to sports bar; $10 donation for access to upstairs lounge, free drink, appetizers. Monday: Guided painting, 5- 7 p.m., The Drunk Brush. Art instructor Danielle Frid leads session to support Save Our Theatre campaign. $40 fee includes all materials, glass of wine. Sign up at The Drunk Brush. Wednesday, Sept. 17: College, Career and Transfer Fair; 9:30 a.m. - noon; Feather River College Multipurpose Building (gym). For information: Jan Prichard, 283-0202, ext. 322, jprichard@frc.edu. Wild & Scenic Film Festival, 6:30 - 9:30 p.m., Town Hall Theatre. Doors open 6 p.m. $10 in advance, $12 at the door. Screening of 10 selections from Nevada City show, beer, prize drawing. For information: Plumas Arts, 283-3402. Historian to sign new book in (aq.00ster Samantha P. Hawthorne Staff Writer - shawthorne@plumasnews.com Marilyn Quadrio, author of "Big Meadows and Lake Almanor" is returning to the area Sept. 27 to sign copies of her soon-to-be-released history book. She will be available for signatures at Books & Beyond in Chester from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. The book goes into detail of life sustained on the grounds , . 1[ . / "One Call Gets It AII': / (.o1 dramaworks / yagotawana@sbcglobal.net , .j 259 14 Crescent St, Quincy • 283-1956 J Embroidery &Screen Printing. -.._ Service & Auto Repair  283-1162 180 Nugget Ln, Quincy OPEN... DRIVE SAFELY! 60 East Main St. • 283.2320 wig DELIVER: School is back in session, so watch Out for kids when you're behind the wheel. Kids can be forgetful of safety rules, so as a driver, you should always be on the lookout for children. By staying alert, you can anticipate what's ahead and react quickly to the unexpected. Here are a few more precautions you can take to protect children while driving. • Be on the lookout for children on bicycles, as they move more quickly and can be difficult to see. • When driving near areas where children are present, playgrounds, crosswalks, or parks, proceed with extra caution. • Before backing out of driveways or parking spots, check behind your vehicle to make sure it's clear. Plumas Motor Supply Kadl.Shack 283 2350 (;OI,,P C0UNTR? 101 Trilogy Lane Quincy, CA 95971 Horton Tire Center 116 E. Main St. Quincy 283 -1450 °'1 Boarding Kennels 283-2833 ALL AMERIQItN MINI STOP.AGE 169 Lawrence St., Quincy [  283-3515 I OOINtY Mnla STOUU I i 972 Lee Rd., (behind SavMor) Quincy / 283-3515 2sa-osoo of Lake Almanor before it was known as Lake Almanor. She explains how the Mountain Maidu cultivated the land, which at the time was known as Big Meadows, before white people settled here. The book will be available starting Sept. 22. It covers the history of the Lake Almanor Basin from 1850 to 1914. Quadrio is a fourth-generation resident of northeastern California, with roots in Tehama, Lassen and Plumas counties. She attended and graduated from several universities, including University of California Davis; San Francisco State University; Chico State University; University of California Berkeley and the College of Notre Dame. Between them, she received a bachelor's degree in history, obtained her teaching credentials, completed field study courses in colonial and California history, and pursued a graduate degree in humanities. She said history has been her passion since childhood, and that passion motivated her to partner with her friend Joan Sayre in 1985 to found the Chester-Lake Almanor Museum. Through her new book, she hopes to share her passion and research with others. Make Your Neighbors Jealous with a professional paint job! • Interior & Exterior Paint & Stain • Commercial, Residential, Big or Small • Serving Plumas and Sierra Counties • 30 years Experience • Discount Pricing There is no substitute for quality. BOB RAYMOND PMNTING 836-1339 (cell) 249-39Mi CA Lic.#759277 You have until Oct. 15, 2014 to file your 2013 taxes! Call us for easy stress-free tax help, • Individual & Businesses • Accounting • Tax Problem Resolution • FREE efile Feather Financial 20A Crescent Street Quincy, CA 95971 (530) 283-2341 I  Lori Morroll Lamas, EA CA. Lic#OB06912 V. ':\\; \\; www.feotherfinonoiol,com fea :her.. financial toxandinsurance@aol,com - r, oa ,,,,'o..:e S,vice Lori Morrell Lomas, E.A. Curtis C. Lomas EA #91323 CTEC #A160713 t