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Feather River Bulletin Wednesday, Oct. 8, 2014 7A 4m r Dave and Chris Peters pause in front of the Stone Library in Quincy, Massachusetts. It was '. constructed in 1870 to hold over 12,000 volumes belonging to John Quincy Adams. 00here in the World? Fifth time Dr. Jeff Kepple holds Ella, the fifth baby he has delivered for Jared and Cindy Pew, of Crescent Mills: Ella was born at 5:09 p.m. Oct. 1, and the family posed for this group picture just 24 hours later, with Ella's siblings wearing "big brother" and ,'big sister" T-shirts. Jared is holding Caleb, 2, while daughter Jaycee, 4, stands in front of him looking up at baby sister. Mom Cindy is flanked by Conner, 6, and Zack, 15. Kepple, who has limited his practice since becoming CEO of Plumas District Hospital, kept some of his obstetric patients. "This was a first for me," said Kepple, of delivering five babies for one family. Photo by Debra Moore I .00I,IIjI.glIERPLUMBING I HEATING • COOLING- ELECTRICT Jeffery and Dorothy Wilson enjoy the view from Anthony's Nose, near Peekskill, New York, overlooking the Hudson River. "It was a grueling trek to get there, but the beginnings of colored foliage made it delightful," said Dorothy. Next time you travel, share where you went by taking your local newspaper along and including it in a photo. Then email the photo, your contact information and where you were to dmcdonald@plumasnews.com. ' --:'  .................... You may see your adventure in the paper! THE WORLD SEEMS TO BE COMING APART AT THE SEAMS! BUT THIS IS JUST WHAT AN ANCIENT BOOK says would happen prior to the return of Jesus Christ! The Bible says that when that happens, "every knee will bow and every tongue confess that Jesus Christ is Lord, to the glory of God the Father" (Philippians 2). Are you ready? Would you like to be? We would be very happy to simply share what the Bible says -- no arm-twisting, brow beating, religious "pressure," whatever .... We are SPRINGS OF HOPE CHRISTIAN FELLOWSHIP, 59 Bell Lane, Quincy. If there is any way we can be of help to you, please call us at 530-927-7626. (Next-- The Christian Faith is not a "Leap in the Dark") Springs of Hope Church 59 Bell Lane, Quincy, 927-7626 Paid Political Advertisement Elect Alice Berg Write-In Candidate 5 th District Supervisor Vote On November 4, 2014 As your Supervisor, I'll base my work for you on the following priorities: • Fiscal Responsibility - Dedicated to fiscal responsibility by balancing efficiency and flexibility with budgetary discipline. • Law Enforcement - The safety of our communities is my top priority. • Veterans Services - I'll support increased services for those who have served our Country. • Public Health, Mental Health and Drug and Alcohol Intervention - Our County departments are under-funded and under-staffed. I'll support improving these services. Our County jails should not serve as de facto treatment centers. • Accountable Governance - Those affected by decisions should have a voice in the process. I'll push to keep Policy and Operations separate, "it's hard to drive the car when you are working on the engine" - Plumas County needs a CAO. • Protecting our County from the State - There are often situations (e.g. the CAL FIRE tax, Lake Davis poisoning, trout removal from Gold Lake) where we need a leader who has worked with agency heads in Sacramento and who is qualified to speak publicly about natural resource issues - I know government regulations inside and out and demand the State be accountable to us. • Town Hall Meetings - I'll host regular, informal meetings in Graeagle and East Quincy to hear your concerns and will maintain a website to receive your comments and requests. • Small Business Support - Small businesses are the backbone of our economy yet local entrepreneurs often can't access capital. I'll pursue economic development resources including grant funds for start-ups. I serve on the Chamber of Commerce board and run my own small business here in District 5. • Tourism/Recreation, Timber and Public Lands Partnerships - Plumas County is over 70% public lands (that once provided timber and vital funds for our roads and schools). I will actively engage with our federal partners and Fire Safe Councils to restore active forest management and sensible recreational development. I'll work to restore a percentage of the TOT tax back to the Eastern Plumas Chamber of Commerce, which plays a vital role in our tourism industry. • Water Resources - The State of CA and Central Valley farmers depend on water coming from our County yet don't earmark bond funds for infrastructure or watershed improvements here. I have over 20 years of experience with natural resource issues and will protect our water resources while pushing for reasonable compensation. • Nonprofit Organizations - District 5 is home to numerous nonprofits working to fill the gaps that government can't address. I've committed to the JohnsviUe Ski Hill and White Sulphur Springs projects (long before this election) through board service. I'll work with our federal land partners to increase recreational development. I view trails and recreation as a key part of our economic future. I'll support keeping the Mohawk Resource Center open and senior nutrition programs for our local seniors. Save the Date.t October 10, 2014 Meet the Candidate Event in East Quincy RSVP on www.votealiceberg.com or call 836-1201 Paid for by the Committee to Elect Alice Berg Professionals who are always there for you! • Full Service Plumbing . New & Remodel Construction . 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