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Wednesday, Oct. 17, 2001 Caribou Corners and apples for sale in Canyon Start Oman is working on Caribou Corners' store and restaurant in hopes of at- tracting a buyer. The original problem of negotiating a lease with PG&E has turned out to be more of a problem with the Public Utilities Com- mission. According to Omen, the agency has prohibited PG&E from negotiating land leases at this time. They start across the road, hear a car, stop, reverse end expire due to extreme trauma inflicted by automobile tires. This time of the year tree squirrels are at their busiest gathering food for the winter ahead. It doesn't make my day any brighter hitting the poor beasts, but taking evasive ac- tion to avoid doing so could be fatal, and I ain't talking about the squirrels' demise. Lots of times what confuses the little critters is a car com- ing from both directions. In these cases, evasive ac- tion could mean a head-on ac- cident. I just try to hang tight and hope they pass between the wheels. But there is a pos- sible benefit to the carnage as observed by one enterprising Canyonite; there is plenty of raw material alongside the road to provide a nice warm fur coat. John Sherck, of Twain, has just returned from a three-week visit to Ohio. Sherck was visiting family in what has become an annual pilgrimage and wife Nancy is very happy to have him home. "I was running out of things to talk to the cat about," she says. Since I am an expert at fe- line conversation, I can un- derstand where she is coming from. There are only a few variations on: my food dish is almost empty; my water isn't fresh enough; I want out; I don't want out; it's too cold/hot; pet me; don't touch me; excuse me while I shred the furniture; and finally, "What? No tuna?!" Pete Dryer, of Twain, will be taking his campground managers to Tahoe this week- end to show his appreciation for their work through the season. Once again the camp- ing season was marred by fire. First the Antelope Lake blaze, then as the season was winding down the devastat- ing fire in the Yankee Hill area broke out. New easy open package, tear across the dotted line. Following these deceptive, in- nocuous instructions, I grasped the package of lunch meat by a corner and tore as indicated. The stuff didn't even stretch. My suggestion to the manu- facturer for a more realistic label is as follows: Apply freshly sharpened chain saw to dotted line (be sure to wear eye protection). My new neighbors, Mike and Jaehyea Wiedeman, are offering apples harvested from their trees. The apples are wonderful, tree-ripened, mostly Golden Delicious and can be purchased at 902 Rush Creek Road, about one mile off of Highway 70. Located in downtown Graeagle (530) 836-1234 Leah West DON'T RUSH TO JUDGMENT! You've analyzed home sale and you will have blown at data~pmvided=by ,you~,Re~ltec~::'>,le~st the,$6;@00: ', .... You've prioed home fairly, ,,,,,What iFa buy offers $3.,000 based on those recent' sate .less, but says be,wifl pay all prices. You're feeling good "closing costs. Your realtor has about your asking price. Now, already prepared you to pay however, you're confronted by closing costs. Accept this offer a solid offer at $6,000 less than and you'll recewe $1,500 you'd expected. MORE than e, xpected. Don't rush to judgment. Buyers have many reasons Avoid the temptation to deliver for making offers. They believe a flat "NO!" as you answer, their offer is realistic. Quite There may be more to the offer oRen, by keeping a cool head than meets the eye. For exam- and exercising patience, those ple, say you've been trans- offers may be converted into ferrcd. You've rented a home acceptable home sale transac- temporarily while waiting for a tions. Avoid the outright rejec- sale. Meanwhile, you're paying tion of any offer until all the rent AND a house payment, facts are in. Six months in that situation Call Kay or Lcah today. Kay Farris V Quinc ' I338E: ernail: krealtor@jps.net Yes, it's time for a chiropractor. Feeling like good posture is just beyond your reach? Your doctor of chiropractic can help. Years of special- ized training mean that your chiropractor will take a natural hands-on approach to bringing your spine-and your whole body-back into line. All without drugs or surgery. So the next time you feel bent out of shape, remember: Yes, it's time for a chiropractor. Call for your appointment today. Chris W, Anderson, D.C. Portola 832-4442 Dick Beavor, D.C. Blairsden 836-1611 John T. Bergstrand, D.C. Quincy 283-3009 Stephen Grosse, D.C. _ Quincy 283-5666 Bruce Walker, D.C. Quincy 283-1.150 Photo submitted quincy High School senior Annie Daun wrote about her volleyball coach, Chad Hyink, in a recent essay contest hono~ng Influential teachers and coaches. El Ulllan Egloff, a Quincy High School Sue Gutlerrez between classes. Egloff rez as the subject of her essay about the influenced her the most. Two QHS students write about their special ed By i~lx~ Coates lian Egloff were two entrants Managing Editor Their task--to answer the Chad Hyink and Sue question "Who was the Gutierrez have something in teacher who changed your common besides being teach- life?" ers at Quincy High School-- Daun selected Hyink, who they were each the subject of is her track and volleyball an essay written by one of coach, as well as her world their students., history teacher. An essay contest sponsored "I know there are other by Cal Teach and Feather people more knowledgeable Publishing drew entries from in world history, volleyball across Plumas and Lassen and track than Chad Hyink,'" counties. Quincy High School Daun wrote "However, it seniors Annie Daun and Lib would be difficult to find an- :-::: 3 ~ and 1,000 applications annu- Amy Dutton, a 1999 gradu- ally, from which 25 recipients ate of Plumas Christian are chosen. School, has been awarded aDutton is currently attend- California Teachers Associa- ing the University of Califor tion (CTA) Scholarship fornia, Davis, and has also ac- Dependent Children in the cepted membership in the amount of $2,000 for the 2001- National Society of Collegiate 2002 school year. Scholars, which will have a CTA receives between 700 campus ceremony Oct. 19. If you you have o hearing loss, or currently wear o hearing aid, mp by to lake advantage of everylhing Miracle-Ear has to offer: Mir le-Ead', tom fit, om engi- neered,the latest in technology has Free heamg test* hel over 3 million people heor better * fleering aid repair ond service- in. no molter whet rake or model ml te hoion of h.ri j Miracle-Ear" accessories Insurances wekome and payment plans available. Q U I N CY Umited Appointments" Masonic Hall CALL flarbison St. 1-800-488-9906 Cro,,, ubro,v Fri., Oct. 19th MIRAOLE-EAr 9 am - 2 pm at the to Winter boots Leather Jackets Collectibles * Baskets * Books Camping Gear CD's Jewelry Knives Tools Gifts Shoes * Military Surplus and Much More! Open Wednesdays 9:30- 5:30 Highway 89, behind Village Drug Co., 284-6618 other person more committed for recognition. to young people doing well Egloff wrote, and having fun at the same (Gutierrez), I time. Coach Hyink has a big first time to heart, his words are few, and the past and uti his impact is lasting." weigh the future. In her essay, Daun de- class, she scribed a volleyball game stand who I am that did not go well for the to always cultivate~ Quincy team. As the team out the good captain and lone senior, Even though Daun said she tried to en- longer has Guti~ courage her fellow players, teacher, she said but they lost. its her classroom While nursing a sore back talk. and low spirits, Daun said Egloff said she that Hyink simply said, "Nice Gutierrez's job today kid." everyone, and "So simple, yet so impor- learned how to tant," Daun wrote. "'Nice job problems by today kid.' I'll always remem- "The gift of her ber that." has been an Egloff singled out her U.S. in my life," she history teacher, Gutierrez, It's an opportunity to learn from 2-5 p.m. at some cool moves on your port in Quincy. skateboard, and a chance toThere is a help raise funds to build ation of $3. All new skate park. encouraged to b Youngsters and their par- thei ents are invited to a skate de- For more too-clinic Saturday, Oct. 20, 283-3837.. MINI CHEESE For kids 12 and under in costume. Offer is good on Halloween (Oct. 31) only. While supplies last. PIZZA r C, alzon'e or any regular priced I I I I I I ! I I ! ! I L pizza for the cost of a Choose from the wide variety on our build your own pizza! 1770 E. Main Not valid with any other offer. Dr. John announces the reopening of his Quincy office on October 15. Appointments can be made for Mondays and Thursdays 8 am - 5 John Bergstrand, D.C. 68 Central Ave., Suite A QuincY