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~d,~ Progressive, Record, Reporter Wednesday, Sept 26,2001 7B i of Plumas Coun- being asked to turn 'attention to Mother Na- once again and help fall foliage as it hap- the county. orts from "leaf-peep- now in demand at County Visitors which maintains a site and provides infer- to the Weather Chan- the fall color reports have begun to on the bureau's Autumn" Web site These up-to-the-minute are critical for assist- attracting visitors migrate to the county to observe the seasonal r of color. County is the only location in the state !keeps track of its fall fo- on a regular basis, to the countywide of workers, residents anyone else who can de- colorful routes. This ue service--which has in popularity each helped to make the fall foliage widely ' 50 residents and vis- i assisted with this annu- promotion last year, :the Web site received reviews from travelers the information to :the best color. The site a map, color photos information residents, employ- or visitors are being to call, fax or e-mail )eeper" reports to the bureau throughout fall color promotion. reports will be posted what the weather and in spite of can be called into bureau at 283-6345; or to 283-5465, attention Moritz. Or, e-mail fall color updates to l>. Fall color also may drop in at the visitor's center, located on Highway 70 north of Quin- cy at Gansner Airport. The information will be posted under "Awesome Autumn" on the bureau's Web site at . Please tell us about any spectacular changing color on trees, shrubs, and plants at any elevation. Pho- tographs of the sites also would be helpful. The reports should include exact loca- tions, directions if needed, what colors, and what species and the date. The reports should be made as soon as possible since the color can change on a daily basis. The Web site--which has been completely revamped this year--complements the bureau's integrated market- ing effort for fall. Other projects include a state-wide public relations ef- fort, color ads in "Sunset" and "Via" magazines, a fall color postcard direct mail campaign, and free radio ap- pearances on the Bay Area's "On the Go with KGO." The bureau also distributes its countywide fall color driving tour brochure through the promotion. The Plumas County Visi- tors Bureau Web site is aimed at getting the informa- tion out as quickly as possi- ble to capitalize on the natur- al phenomenon that usually lasts only a month. Help the bureau promote one of the county's best as- sets. Keep an eye out for fall color throughout the more than a million acres of forest, whether it's on the major highways, dirt back roads, hiking trails, alongside lakes and creeks or right in the front yard. Tell them what the aspens, the maples, the Indian rhubarb, or the cot- tonwoods are doing, or any of the other color-changing species. Tell them where the best drives are, and the best views. Enjoy this county's awesome autumn. to be an American Photo by Kelly Oachenhausen a red, white and blue bandanna, this displays the overwhelming patriotism felt shuts down Lassen can replicate itself into enough files to stop the corn- red worm virus II hit puter from even being able to School District be turned on. Tuesday evening, Trustee Jack Hanson 18, forcing the schoolsasked if the district has any things the old-fashioned idea how much it will cost to fix the problem on the Superin- servers and the district's 230 Linnea Vanderville computers. Vanderville said district officials heard district officials will not the virus hitting corn-know until each and every all over the US and computer is scanned. Jeremy he world Shelley from Master Comput- red worm virus has ing met with computer tech- in the past and nicians from the schools L sophisticated program. It Thursday, Sept 20, to show not change any existingthem how to scan each com- er files to spread it- puter and to let them know Instead, it copies itself to what virus protection plan to disk partitions so it be- put on the computers. Van- active on other sys- derville is hoping the district can take care of the problem virus is so deadly it internally. ~ .... i , :i i ~ 1 |am. .... V-8 engine. ' steering, power ndows, '01 Jeep Grand Cherokee Laredo 4x4 '01 Jeep Cherokee Classic 4x4 Ford Windstar Van V6 auto trans, a/c. power w~ndows, locks, titt wheel, Auto trans., air. power steering, power 6 cyl. auto. trans., air, power steering, cruise, am/fro stereoJcass, alloy wheels windows, power locks, tdt, cruise, power windows. Dower AM/FM stereo/cassette, alloy wheels AM/FM stereoJcass. 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