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Feather River Bulletin Wednesday, Oct. 3, 2018 7A The Stand supp!ies and From left: Howard and Karen Nelson provide yard signs and voters. Photo by Meg Upton Body and Soul's Karin Tande gives Air Force veteran Jeff Soucek a free haircut. Photo by Meg Upton Thomas, and Marlene and Gene info for Republican veteran Feather River Blue Star Moms Gina Pixler, left, and Merilu Dillard provide information about the Blue Stars and their children in the armed forces. Photo by Meg Upton With competitive rates and personal service, it's no UC# #0B68653 wonder moredrivers trust Quincy, CA 95971 BUS: 530-283.-0565State Farm . As your local agent, I'm here to help fife go right. LET'S TALK TODAY. SIERRA PACIFIC a IscPNip DU;/ ma; Seo;r: including those with a disability and veterans. If you are responsible, eager to learn, interested in a challenge and ready to work, then we invite you to GROW WITH US. Our QUINCY DIVISION is looking for quality individuals for the following positions: LABORER MILLWRIGHT ELECTRICIAN SAW FILER EQUIPMENT OPERATOR LOG TRUCK DRIVER Must be at least 18. Tobacco and drug-free work environment. Excellent benefit package including paid vacation, retirement contributions, and low cost health benefits. JOIN OUR TEAM! Sierra Pacific Industries 1538 Lee Road Quincy, CA 95971 Monday-Friday, 9AM-4PM It's a supposedly small-scale commercial cannabis ordinance with over 170 licenses. And once these licenses are issued, priority residents (like the ones who wrote it) run the whole stinking show. Measure B lifetime licensees become big cannabis lords of little Ptumas. Why not? They wrote the rules. Guess who's stuck withup to 26 licensed dispensaries, 70jicensed pot farms, and bundles of bills for county legal defense? Plumas and taxpayers like you and me. The bittertruth is that Measure B's priority licensing is as unconsStuSonal as it gets. And this isn't even the worst part. If B passes, we can't change a thing about it. Our BOS has to adopt it as law, AS IS. Is Measure B good for Plumas? Are lawsuits good for county budgets? (More reasons to Vote NO on B coming soon) VOTE HOon B NO COMMERCIAL CANNABIS