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Fire News/People Wednesday, Oct. 17, 2001 Photos by Victoria Metcalf owned by Qilbett was o flrefighters concentrated on keeping UlX'ealing any farther into the nearby for- A Friendly Reminder Pacific Gas and Electric Company Gas and Electric Company would like to e ..PPrtunity to remind our neighbors dur- iS the, urnes of lower than normal lake eleva- "=[ resource vandalism and other damaging . . on Comnanv at Lake Almanor, 're., ] Vall ,, ,., ,- . . e ; itted " r eservoir and Humbug Valley is not acti !ne' V " Vibes include: eld ehicular access below the high water line ;ild ~e~ ec. f po :o J tb' or ~ fell ct# rt( Vandalism of historic-era and Native American sites and/or the collection of any historic or Native American artifacts Damage to vegetation (includin unautho- dZed tree or brush removal), and illegal umping of refuse on Company property l le" -itYiene. POSsessing information regarding these iJrity asked to contact PG&E's Corporate ; 5 , rxepresentative James Moore at (91.6) . -rt ;ntOa,t (4hl;) P7G3&6 29C. o r po r ate Secur,ty By Alida Hiibee Indian Valley Editor Stanley Freemyers, a 1985 Greenville High School grad- uate, has been deployed to an undisclosed location some- where on the earth, or under it. He serves as a lieutenant aboard the U.S.S. West Vir- ginia, a nuclear-powered Tri- dent ballistic missile subma- rine. His mother, Evelyn Clark, of Greenville, watches the news. She knows that a subma- rine has fired missiles at Afghanistan, but she does not know if it was the West Vir- ginia. So, she watches the news and waits. She is used to waiting. Her son disappears for three months at a time, al- ways to an undisclosed loca- tion. If this time is no different, she expects to hug her son when he comes home for Christmas. If not, she will watcla the news and wait. Before he was deployed, Stanley sent her and other members of his family an e- mail: "I know that we are all grieving the tragic attack, we as a country have suffered," he wrote. "We will soon have to take action to bring those responsible to justice." He assured his family that his cousin and uncle, who are also in the Navy, are serving in the best military in the FOSTER PARENTS NEEDED 283-3330 Lic. #320316037 // / Deal Unlimited E-mail & Internet Connections from a local provider Portola - Sign Up at Portola Computers at 142 Gulling St. Quincy - Sign Up at Scott Tanner Business Equipment and Q-net Susanville - Sign Up at the Appliance Warehouse Greenville - Sign Up at the Plumasnet office on Main Street most of Plumas, Lassen and Sierra Counties No surprises, just good service E mail Intemet E .ommerce Web Hosting Open Mon. - Sat. 341 Main St., Greenville 284-1515 I) SHADETREE AUTO SALES 283-9740 world. They all are prepared and ready to take whatever action is directed by President George W. Bush. "Have faith that we will do our duty to God and country and, God willing, will come home safely," he wrote. He went on to describe how proud he is when he puts on his uniform every day, how he is prepared to take action and at the same time, hopes he and his shipmates will never be called upon to do so. But, the call came. "We now have a call to ac- tion and act we will," he wrote. "Keep us in your prayers as you all will be in mine...I send my love to all and ask you not to worry, all is well here." Stanley's ultimate goal is to command his own subma- rine. Although he is eligible for retirement soon, he says he still has a lot of traveling to do. He also has more learning to do. From being a gifted student in Greenville to learning all about Navy submarines, Stanley has excelled. Back in 1998, Stanley served as a chemical radio- 1985 Greenville High School graduate I logical controls assistant. He attended a submarine officer's basic course, where he studied theory, construc- tion and operation of a nu- clear-powered submarine. He also learned about dam- age control, submarine safety and escape procedures, sub- marine weapons, fire control and sonar systems. When his current mission is completed, if all goes ac- cording to his plans, Stanley will transfer to the Monterey Naval Post Graduate School in February. Friends and community members wishing to write to Stanley Freemyers may do so in care of Fleet Hometown News Center, 1877 Dilling- ham Boulevard, Norfolk, VA 23511-3097. Or, letters may be sent through Freemyers' mother, Evelyn Clark, at 164 Standart Mine Road, Greenville, CA 95947. in new location and our Serving the best customers around, Thank You! 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