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14A Wednesday, Dec. 8, 2010 Feather River Bulletin Come see our Sedona Coflection, our best selling, best built, 1 i/, distressed oak solid and veneers with natural slate inlaid tops. Save 450 to s600 on a 7 piece set/ - Cholce of Sedona bookcases, 74"Hx30"Wx11"D Reg, 549 Reg. 489 SALE 369. SALE 349. / : i:::,i::?":: ,, ,'i ,:i ": ,L: :i' Buffet & Hutch with Flemish Glass and Slate Inlays Reg. 1449 SALE 1049. Sedona 30"Wx23"D Cabinet with Chopping Block Top Reg. 599 SALE 388. free delivery, setup and haul away. styles/ CHABLIS LUXURY 12" THICK, 10 YR WARRANTY TWIN SET ....... 00348. FULL SET ....... 0000398. OUEEN SET ..... 00448. KING SET ....... ,648. Plush Eurotop, 10 yr. warranty w,. s=, ........... H" FULL SET ...........  1* QUEEN SET ......... (* ,re,, raNG Stay ........... 001148. AI'S favorltel TW,N sET ........... 001098. FULL SET ........... Utl" Ous= N S, I' .... .b. KING SET ...... 00t7|8. QUEEN SET ......... *interest wilt be calculated on your account trom the purchase date. If the purchase balance is not paid in full within 12 months or if you make a late payment, interest will be charged on the total purchase. ,. OF  &  OII RLOOR & NOME 2830 MAIN STREET, SUSANMILLE 257-7788 CA UC 448528 Water meeting delayed The Feather River Coordi- nated Resource Management (CRM) steering committee meeting has been postponed until Monday, Dec. 20. The CRM invites all interested parties to join them at 10 a.m. at the Taylorsville Gem and Mineral Museum. Topics of discussion in- clude the effects of restoration on water rights, proposed and completed restoration projects, and state water planning and monitoring programs. Lunch will be provided. R,S.V.P. for the meeting by calling Gia Martynn at Plumas Corporation, 283-3739 or visit In compliance with the Americans with Disabilities Act, those who need special assistance to participate in this meeting should contact Feather River CRM Water- shed Coordinator 48 hours in advance at 283-3739, ext. 107. Injured pedestrian succumbs Joshua Sebold 'Staff Writer Joann Turk, a 90-year-old Quincy resident, passed away Tuesday, Nov. 23. Turk was injured in an accident at the intersection of Bucks Lake Road and High- way 70 Tuesday, Sept. 21, when a vehicle struck her while she was walking across the street. Turk's obituary may be found in the regional section of today's paper. Q, from page 1A secular chorales accompa- nied by individual solos at the county courthouse follow- ing the Wassail Bowl. Free. Saturday: The young thespians of the Magic Beanstalk Players troupe will present a collection of scenes and monologues at 2 p.m. at the Town Hall Theatre. The show is free and open to the public. They will also pre- view a number from their spring production of "Peter Pan." Sunday: A don't-miss Plumas tradition, the Court- house Sing begins at 2 p.m. at the county courthouse. Warm up your pipes and prepare to join in the holiday sing-along. If you need seating, get there early, as it fills up quickly. DOGS, from page 13A fish in the lake," he said. "Something has to be done. California Fish and Game must come up here and post the dangers of this so that all fishermen and visitors can be safe and their dogs protect- ed." Jeanne Graham, J & J's Grizzly Store and Camping Resort, agreed and has posted a warning at her store. She did not want to exag- gerate the problem, but felt visitors and residents should be informed of the potential dangers. "The fact is," she said, "people tend to let their animals run free." economy/