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4A Wednesday, Jan. 11, 2012 Indian Valley Record II ! Indian Valley has been Indian Valley Community stunned and saddened to Center, from 7 to 9 p.m. learn of the suicide of yet All Indian Valley and inter- another young man in the ested Plumas County rest- community. In approximately dents are invited to attend the last two years, five young the summit for discussion, in- men have taken their own formation and brainstorming lives, leaving behind family to begin building a brighter and friends who are shocked, future for our children. grieving and struggling to Wisdom from teens, adults understand what factors cut and elders is welcomed. their beloved child's future Focus groups will also be set so short, up at a later date for teens Acts of violence and drug that were unable to attend overdose in the last few the meeting. months have further threat- The summit process will ened the youth and divided begin at this meeting and this closely knit community, continue for a series of meet- These difficult personal, ings to include education on social and community prob- symptoms and supports for lems can be overwhelming to children in danger of suicide, look at, and concerned people and simple strategies that often don't even know where individuals can use to help to start. Some folks figure recognize and intervene in that since it didn't happen in potentially life-threatening their family, it doesn't affect periods for their children. them. In addition, the summit Statistics show, however, will analyze community that youth suicide affects not factors that put children at just the family, but everyone risk including gathering data in the community, probably from students about the most profoundly the friends prevalence of social markers and schoolmates left behind, for suicide in their peer The typical response is to groups. grieve through the experience The summit will examine and hope that your commu- strategies such as already nity is spared in the future, existing successful community Unfortunately, that doesn't based prevention programs, change the problem, or the and develop a program or underlying issues. Often the programs individual to loss of another life is the Indian Valley. Fundraising result, strategies will also be devel- A group of Indian Valley oped to support the process. residents has put out a For more information, community call to action for contact Marsha Hoaglen at a Youth Summit scheduled 284-7228 or Susie Wilson at for Monday, Jan. 16, at the 284-1406. Individual * Business Non-Profit Electronic Filing * Quick Refunds Mary Cheek, EA, CPA Certified Public Accountant Licensed to practice by the IR$ 258-1040 130 E. Willow St., Chester (Nextto Chevron) MaryCheekCPA@FrontierNet.Net Over 20 years experience Serving Greenville & Indian Valley Postal Service: USPS (No. 775-460.) Periodicals postage paid at Greenville, CA. Published: Every Wednesday morning by Feather Publishing, Co., Inc. Mailing address: P.O. Box 469, Greenville, CA 95947. How to contact us: (530] 284-7800, Email mail; Web Page Ownership and Heritage'. Established Nov. 20, 1930. Published weekly. It is part of the Feather Publishing family of newspapers serving Plumas and Lassen counties. Deadlines: Display Advertising: Thursday 3 p.m. Legals: Noon, Thursday. Display Classified: Thursday, 3 p.m. Classified: Monday 9 a.m, News: Friday, 1 p.m. Breaking news: Anytime! To Subscriha: Call (530) 284-7800 or use the handy coupon below, or send e-mail to Adjudication: The Indian Valley Record is adjudicated a legal newspaper by Superior Court Decree No. 5462 and qualified for publication of mat- ters required by law to be published in a newspaper. Postmaster:, Send change of address orders to the Indian Valley Record, P.O. Box 469, Greenville, CA 95947. Michael C, Taborski Co-Owner/Publisher Keri Taborski Shard McConnell Co-Owner/Legal AdvertisingDisplay Advertising Manager Kevin Mallory Cgbey Brown Asst. Vice Pres./Admin. Asst. Vice Pres./Operations " Delaine Fragnoli Tom Fomey Managing Editor Production Manager Alicia Knadler Elise Monroe Resident Editor Bookkeeper Sandy Condon Eva Small Human Resources Director Composing Manager Mary Newhouse Jenny Lee Classified/Circ. Manager Photo Editor Subscription Order F rm-'" -- " q Indian Valley Record RO. Box 46g, Greenville, CA 95947 Please enter my subscription for years. [~ Enclosed find my check for $ [~ In County $26 per year [~ Out of State $44 per year [~ In Califomta $37 peryenr. iNam i Addreu iCily, State, Zip Subsoripticas can be transferred, but not refunded. mmm m m m m m mm mmm mm m mu m __ J A late afternoon vegetation fire along the edge of the valley near Greenville inundates the Mount Hough and Crescent Mills communities with smoke Sunday, Jan. 8~ a no-burn day. It spurred the response of a caravan of firefighters and law enforcement officers who drove around the valley just after dark. Photo by Alida Knadler BURN, from page 1A BURN DAY STATISTICS for 2011 Important information Always call for the appro- priate burn day recording before lighting that match. Portola: 832-4528 Quincy: 283-3602 Greenville: 284-6520 Chester: 258-2588 Any non-residential burn- ing always requires an Air Pollution Permit from the air district. If a local fire depart- ment official tells you that you don't need a burn permit, always double check with the air district. If you have any doubts about your need foi" a permit, call air district headquarters at 274-9360, or send an email to CDF Burn Days CAR-B Burn Days NSAQIVID Burn Days Yes No Yes ,Mar/[inal No Yes Marginal " No January 31 0 14 8 9 14 0 17 February 28 0 20 3 5 20 0 8 March 31 .0 r 29 1 1 29 0 2 Ap rim 29 1 29 1 0 28 0 2 May 30 1 31 0 0 29 0 2 June 28 2 27 1 2 27 0 3 July 0 31 19 4 8 0 0 31 August 0 31 22 3 6 0 0 31 September 0 30 14 8 8 0 - 0 30 October 26 5 23 " 5 3 18 0 13 November 27 3 23 7 0 19 0 11 December 27 4 10 13 8 10 0 21 Totals: 257 108 261 54 50 194 0 171 Percentage of No Burn Days In2011 Percentage of No Burn Days In 2011 (not Including CDF No Burn Total I~-B D s 17 8 2 2 2 3 31 31 30 13 11 21 171 46.8% 24.5% There are three agencies responsible for determining the burn day status within the local air district: California Air Resources Board, CalFire and the Northern Sierra Air Quality Management District. CARB calls for no-burn days when smoke woqld fail to rise and disperse, and CalFire calls for no-burn days during extreme fire danger levels31f looked at on a daily basis, the day of the week with the most permissible burn days was Sunday, the least was Saturday. Table from PIKA, from page 1A the Endangered Species Act. The state-level study focuses on more than climate changes, conducted for a non-marine which may not be as drastic mammal, as previous reports according The scientists did note to more recent studies men- climate changes are causing tioned in the evaluation. warmer pika habitats. Pikas have also been found "Because of where they outside their typical habitat. live, they are relatively So, for a third time, the unaffected by other human DFG is finding "insufficient activities, but if climate evidence to indicate that the change forces their preferred threat Of climate change habitat upslope, populations by itself or in combination could be left isolated, on 'sky with other factors is an islands' with nowhere to go," imrfiediate threat to the said Andrea Ray, a physical American pika," according scientist with NOAA's Earth to DFG Director John System Research Laboratory McCamman in a memo sub- in Boulder, Colo. mitted to the commission The Fish and Wildlife with theevaluation. Service reviewe.d the climate change assessment and de- Read the reports cided that American pikas To read more about the did not need the protection of American pika and related Congratulations Gary L. Whitmire. EA on your retirement! You'll be missed. Your friends at Lakeside Tax Service Serving Plumas & Lassen cOunties since 1997 Now accepting new clients 530-258-3158 Karen Lichti, EA SPEAK I Enrolled Agent Licensed to practice before h~,~b,,W~ j the Internal Revenue Service The American pika: Will this furry little creature become an icon like the spotted owl and be placed on the threatened or endangered species list? Loggers, cattlemen, hunters and other forest users may be affected. Comments are being sought. Photo courtesy Nationa Park Service climate change studies, visit on public notices, then on the and enter American new page that opens, click on pika in the search box. the "notice of petition to list To read the DFG evalua- American Pika" link located tion, go to df, and in in the left column, under the upper left column, click DFG Notices. Mountain Physical Therapy Joaquin A. 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