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Bulletin, Progressive, Record, Reporter Wednesday, Nov. 17, 2010 5B I'i nl in - ,, -. . " ,.[. 7 _.... View of the eastern base of the concrete arch (two rectangles with circular re-bar cages protruding vertically): The excavator-jack hammer above is using 15,000 pounds of strike force to break up the ridge for excavation. It would normally be blasted, but there is a railroad main-line tunnel directlybeneath, running left to right. The roadway will pass directly through the position of the lower excavator. The concrete arch bridge Construction, who rebuilt the the laterally sliding freeway over Spanish Creek carrying freeways in LA in record time section for the new eastern state highways 70/89 about 8 after the last quake and who span of the Bay Bridge, and a miles from Quincy is beingis involved in the relocation number of other emergency- built by famed CC Meyers of traffic on Yerba Buena with driven repair projects. STOVES ON: SALE 515 Main Street Chester CA Lic. #884988 Hagen is a Lab- pit mix, 10- month-old unaltered male. He loves everyone and everything. Blonde, rides well in vehicles. Good dog! youT~nki:~ult 1~OI Rott mix that is very friendly ~@ and would love a new home. @~@ Shelter hours are Monday and Friday 8am-5pm, closed 1-2pm for lunch. Open Saturdays for I @@@@ v ew ng animals only 10am-2pm. Plumas Animal Services charges a $10 fee and license fees ~O@~ I are $5 per year. An officer will deliver a pet to the adopting party's veterinary of choice to ~ I I have the animal altered in completion of the adoption requirement. For more information, call qP' I l @@@~. 283-3673 or visit ~ @ I 1~, , ~7~ I il AMERICAN VALLEY ANIMAL HOSPITAL r ll 3 -" We " " carry a w,de selection of petfood V ' and Flea & Tick products . I I *J 283-4500 IP,. I I Alta & Lee R d. Quincy ................................................... I' '1 Base of the western arch anchoragei These bolts are bored and grouted 45 feet into the embankment. There is thick wire mesh underneath this concrete facing, and there will be more mesh and a concrete' faux rock covering, eventually. The ground must be excavated another 8 feet lower where the left-side worker stands, and that spot will support the base of the concrete arch. Workers were covering this with plastic due to rain forecast in two days. Photos by Bill Martin ~. .% .... Thirty years ,ago California Fish & Game warden, Bill Peters brought his family, Kathy, Troy, and Erin to Quincy. He had accepted a well-earned transfer from Napa and before that Los Angeles. Plumas County was a perfect place for us to establish a new home as our family roots were in the California mountains. There was a community college where Bill could continue teaching wildlife law (and later animal behavior and art), small schools, enriching activities, many opportunities for recreation hunt- ing, and fishing - and beauty everywhere. What we didn't know was what a wonderful com- munity awaited us. During his Fish & Game career, Bill appreciated the support he received from his co-workers as well as from the Plumas County Sheriff's Office, the US Forest Service, Cal Fire, and We thank all the many people who helped on October 14. and those who made the October 23 ceremony and reception possible. Plumas County Sheri~"s Office for their quick response and support and the final escort Quincy Volunteer Fire Department for their fast response and facilitating the service and reception. Plumas-Sierra County Fairground for their flexibility and use of buildings The musicians for sharing their talents California Department of Fish and Game California Department of Fish and Game Law Enforcement Division Honor Guard United States Coast Guard Feather River College Quincy Community United Methodist Church the Ca!!fOt~glH!gh~z l~atml among others. Our~:~:~::~!~i!iiiii~i~ Main Street Artists,~O.uincy fa~:.ii~::~:~d it ~!!~!~i~::!:: n~ f[~en ds t h ro u vJ:iiiii~ii~iii:;i7: pl n ~ A~ ~i~ ~ifi~':~:i!!~f Bitl*~dden death on0ct~:![:!:~! ~iii~ii:iiii~ii[~:::ili::.[[i[:::.;;i:::.i.:.::.::::~i::.!: .: : :;~:~)~:~:~i~:~ ..... appreciation of whatrqhmaS ~6:n~;::~dii~[~i:@i~i:::i::!::F0~::everyofie with and around us for the celebration national and internat~bnal:::~l iS macl~i>i~:i~:~iiiii~i:~!~iii:;ii:::.o B~ts :l~e::on that beautiful blustery autumn day - were immediately surrounded by[;~ringfi-i~i~i!i!!:~?~.ii:~!::::::~7:~b"f;~hank~4i~ :~: neighbors, and family and are so grateful for th~i!%~::: kindnesses of those who gave us comfort thro Kathy Peters, Troy Peters, Erin Peters, Katherine their prayers, food, phone calls, cards, visits, stor{~ Nielsen, Craig Scott, Wes Peters and Theodore Nielsen flowers, plants, and offers of help. Red-tailed Hawk photo by Bill Peters, September 2010 for Plumas County with a Emily S. Herndon, DDS Graduate of Loma Linda University School of Dentistry Member American Academy of Oral Medicine Member Omicron Kappa Upsilon National Dental Honor Society Member American Dental Association Beautiful, esthetic restorations utilizing the latest technology. Crowns done in one day, preserving the maximum amount of your natural tooth structure. Emergencies accepted. y S. Herndan, I).D 431 W. MAIN ST., QUINCY 1530) 283- I I 19