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2B Wednesday, Nov. 5, 2014 Bulletin, Record, Progressive, Reporter VITAL ST 00TISTICS MARRIAGE LICENSES Oct. 21 Gina Michelle Haserot and Jeffrey James Achilles, both of Quincy. Oct. 23 Sonya Jo Fogleman, of Greenville, and Paul Charles Hultberg Jr., of Sacramento. Oct. 24 Heather Marie Graham and Joshua Todd Preffer. both of Quincy. Eric P. Stringer and Dani L. Hodges, both of Quincy. Check Out Our BIRTHS Adya Quin Morrow A girl, Adya Quin, was born at home to parents Shannon Morrow and Amira Dittrich of Reno, Nevada, on Sept. 23, 2014, weighing 7 lbs, 15 ounces and measuring 19-1/2 inches in length. Maternal grandparents are Fritz and Cora Dittrich of Sierra City. Paternal grandparents are Judy Morrow of Quincy and Patrick Morrow of Paso Robles. RUee Mac McElhaney Rilee Mac McElhaney was born to Heather Leanne Moore on Oct. 5, 2014, at 5:40 a.m. at Plumas District Hospital in Quincy. Rilee Mac weighed 6 pounds, 5 ounces and was 20 inches in length. Maternal grandparents are Robert and Linda McElhaney of Greenville. Rilee Mac is also welcomed by sibling Allena Rae Moore, age 2. DEATH NOTICES Nancy Arvizene Townsend Nancy passed away on Oct. 15, 2014, in Orgville, at the age of 99. Memorial services have been held. Arrangements entrusted to Ramsey Funeral Home. Visit RamseyFuneral Homes.com to view full farewell and leave condolences for the family. .CARD of THANKS Valu-Wide Discounts would like to thank Stan and Doris Housel. owners of Longfellows Lumber, for their lumber donation towards the Safe Trick-or-Treat Festival held by Sierra Journeys (Grizzly Ranch Camp). The lumber was used to build several coffins for the event. PLUMASNEWS.COM Monuments Benchos Signs Borders Address Stones GRANITE MARBLE - NATURAL STONE 110 PACiFiC STREET. P.O. BOX 1766 PORTOLA CA 96122 (530) 832-1908 FAX (530) 832-6828 WWW.CHILCOOTMONUMENT.NET nument L' established 1929 CELEBRATE A LIFE LIVED. MANNI FUNERAL HOME AND EVERGREEN CREMATORY With over 25 years experience, Greg Marr and Associates have been a part of your familywhen you've needed them most. Find out how you can celebrate the life of your loved one with gentle guidance and individual touch. Serving Plumas, Sierra and Lassen Counties, Manni Funeral Home arranges home appointments if you are unable to travel. CAL-FD 158-CR300 WWW.MANNIFUNERALHOME.COM 530-832-4673 "Our productivity has truly improved because of our reliable Internet services." Richard Scully, Founder and CEO of Chamber Nation Quincy, CA Seriously Fast Internet. Really! Plumas-Sierra Telecommunications In Partnership with its Community Services via Fiber Optics Broadband Business Obituary For those who need... better real,time access to consumers and clients faster payment processing faster and more efficient data transfer PST Fiber Optics vs. T1 Connection: l Ox the 5peedFor Less Than What You Are Now Paying/ www.pst.coop 530.832.4126 * CALLTODAY! Local. Trusted. Serving You. Electricity and Telecommunication Services PST is a subsidiary of Plumas-Sierra Rural Electric Cooperative. Serving Ptumas, Lassen, Sierra and Washoe counties since 1937. PG&E offers energy-saving tips about vampire appliances in home Any number of spooky creatures wandered around Northern and Central California last week, and Pacific Gas and Electric Co. is helping its customers shield their energy bills from budget-sucking "vampire appliances." "Unlike their fanged cousins, vampire appliances suck away money from customers' wallets day and night by using energy even when they appear to be turned off," said Tim Fitzpatrick, PG&E's chief communications officer. "Every year, these budget-suckers account for about 10 percent of an average household's energy bill, according to the Association of Energy Services Professionals, and the Environmental Protection Agency reports that idle gadgets waste more than 100 billionkilowatt hours of electricity annually costing consumers a terrifying $10 billion each year." To help raise awareness of FREE Wolf Pack Hat Get yours with the purchase of a membership. Call us today! Insurance - Travel Membership /L Bob Phelps Insurance Agent Lid #0579096 252-5014 Fax 257-3762,,Cell 386-3515 email: robert.phelps@goAAA.com 2920 D Main St., Susanville CA the threat posed by vampire appliances, PG&E is announcing its list of top ten vampire appliances for 2014, in order of their energy-sucking appetite. "While garlic and wooden stakes won't kill this waste, we want to pass along our top five anti-vampire appliance tips that every household can use to save potentially hundreds of dollars every year,"' Fitzpatrick said. The top five tips PG&E is recommending that every household adopt are as follows: --Unplug: Unplug appliances, electronics and chargers that aren't in use or turn them off using an inexpensive power strip. --Buy smart: By spending as little as $20 for advanced power strips households can achieve energy savings of nearly 50 percent. Go green: The more energy-efficient appliances aren't simply good for the environment, they will help save you money, Home energy checkup: Consider taking a home energy checkup. It will help you learn more about your energy usage so you can become an even smarter energy consumer. Auto power down: Turn on an automatic power-down feature on your TV or game consoles and set the right predetermined inactivity level for your household. For more budgeting tips, and other ways to save and conserve energy, visit pge.cord/saveenergymoney. About PG&E PG&E, a subsidiary of PG&E Corp. (NYSE:PCG), is one of the largest combined natural gas and electric utilities in the United States. Based in San Francisco, with more than 20,000 employees, the company delivers some of the nation's cleanest energy to nearly 16 million people in Northern and Central California. For more information, visit pge.com and pge.com/about/newsroom. gui ! PLEDGE Shop Spend Local Eat Local Stay Local ENJOY LOCAL PET ANNOUNCEM ENT_ ill ! Three plead Ity to illegal woodcutting "Teddy Rocket" Sept 11, 2012 - Oct 15, 2014 A lee well lived Teddy Rocket passed on after a six-week battle with Canine Systemic Histiocytosis, a fast-acting auto immune disorder. Even after going blind he valiantly waged a courageous fight. He was an eight-pound Yorkie-mix with a Great Dane attitude. He liked walks, going to the park, especially the slide, playing with his mates, training time, visiting the elderly, kissing kids and he was full of love for everyone, except that crazy terrier breaking away from her owner. In passing, Teddy leaves behind his owners, Marvin E. Van Pelt and Cynthia M. Payne; his breeders, the Comptons; his immediate family, brothers, sisters, aunts, uncles, dog friends, and close cat friends Magic, Buffalo and Tippy. He was a beautiful boy who spread love, leaving the world a better place. He now joins his Dad Red, 'Cause All dogs go to Heaven. Two recent cases ifi''iig:thd illegal' cutUzg of green trees On the Eagle Lild'R/fier District of tfi6" Lassen National Forest have resulted in three guilty pleas. Mike and Bryan Trumbull, of Susanville, pleaded guilty to illegally cutting in excess of 200 green Western juniper and ponderosa pine trees, some of which exceeded 42 inches in diameter. Their illegal activity also damaged natural resources, including a rare plant species known as Penstemon sudans (Susanville beardtongue). The Trumbulls were ordered to pay $18,809.82 in restitution and serve three years of probation. They are also prohibited from entering the Lassen National Forest during this period. In a separate case, Brian Thordsen, of Susanville, pleaded guilty to illegally cutting more than 100 green lodgepole pine trees. Thordsen was fined $4,500, received three years of probation, and was barred from entering any federal land during this time. Both cases were heard in the Eastern District Court of California on Oct. 27. U.S. Forest Service law enforcement and other personnel on both the Lassen and Plumas national forests are continuing their efforts to detect and prosecute woodcutting violations. The public should be aware that illegal activity prohibited by the terms of the fuelwood cutting permit will be actively investigated and prosecuted. All woodcutters are responsible for knowing the rules and regulations as a part of their permit. Please contact the local U.S. Forest Service office with questions or to report information regarding illegal activity on national forests. The Lassen National Forest may be contacted at 257-2151, the Plumas at 283-2050.