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2B Wednesday, Jan. 11, 2012 Bulletin, Record, Progressive, Reporter VITAL STATISTICS BIRTHS Great-grandparents are 7 ounces. 2 ounces. George is also welcomed by Raymond Rhodes, of Sequim, Maternal grandparents are Maternal grandparents are sister Lily, 2. Kiernan Lucius Bennett Wash., Cgrol Thomas, of Tracy Ann and Rick Masters, Linda and Richard Beacham, Kiernan Lucius Bennett Bakersfield, and Phyllis of Chester. of Meadow Valley. JackArthur Ransom was born to Debra Marie Ferrel, of Reno. Paternal grandparents are Jack Arthur Ransom was Ferrel and Franldyn Lee Ben- Kiernan is also welcomed Dorothy Elizabeth Sheehy George Owen Windie born to Erin and Daniel neLL, of Portola, Dec. 18, 2011, at by brother Jaigen, 2. and Donald Leroy Sheehy, of George Owen Windle was Ransom, of Graeagle, Dec. 27, 9:52 a.m. at Plumas District Clear Creek. born to Katie and Benjamin 2011, at 3:13 p.m. at Plumas Hospital in Quincy. KiernanJohn Donald Chase Sheehy Windle, of Quincy, Dec. 21, District Hospital in Quincy. weighed 5 pounds, 11 ounces. John Donald Chase Sheehy Andrew Richard Beacham 2011, at 4:14 p.m. at Plumas Jack weighed 8 pounds, Maternal grandmother is was born to Chantel AleshaAndrew Richard Beacham District Hospital in Quincy. 1 ounce. Susan M. Ferrel, of Reno, Masters and Derek John was born to Lucy Beacham,George weighed9pou dsand Maternal grandparents are Nev. Sheehy, of Chester, Dec. 20, of Meadow Valley, Dec. 21, was 22-1/2 inches long. Laurie and John Sturley, of Paternal grandparents are 2011, at 4:04 p.m. at Plumas 2011, at 11:10 a.m. at Plumas Paternal grandparents are Quincy. Sandy SuUens and Robert L. District Hospital in Quincy. District Hospital in Quincy. Virginia and David Windle,Paternal grandparents are Sullens, of Greenville. John weighed 7 pounds, Andrew weighed 7 pounds, of Quincy. Gale and Walter Ransom, of Garland, Texas. Great-grandparents are Jack Durbin, of Lubbock, Texas, Marcia Jenkins, of Whittier, and Margaret Ransom, of Canyon, Texas. Jack is also welcomed by sister Angela, 2-1/2. MARRIAGE LICENSE Dec. 16 Chelssa Danelle Snow and John Scott Outland, both of Lake Almanor. LAW and ORDER SHERIFF'S endangerment. Quincy for a patient. The callerSunday, Jan. 1 One person was arrested on a advised the fire department Fall: In Chester, a caller re- BLOTTER Clio charge of battery, was not needed. The call was quested assistance in stand- One person was arrested on a transferred to South Lassen in g upright. Indian Valley charge of public intoxication. One person was arrested on a EMS. fire was paged. The informa- Arrests charge of public intoxication. Lion was transferred to Beckwourth Gold Mountain Pain: In Greenville, a caller SLEMS. One person was arrested on a one person was arrested on a reported a 30-year-old male charge of threateningbodily charge of battery, was possibly having an harm. appendicitis attack. The call Greenville was transferred to SLEMS. Chester One person was arrested on a Indian Valley fire was paged. One person was arrested on charge of spouse abuse. charges of DUI, driving with a suspended license, being under the influence of a con- trolled substance and child Portola One person was arrested on a charge of burglary. Mallery & Mallery Attorneys at -Law PROBATE TRUST ADMINISTRATION ESTATE PLANNING FAMILY LAW 257-4300 125 South Lassen St. Susanville Medical Thursday, Dec. 29 Bleeding: At Gold Mountain, Airway: In Chester, a caller a caller reported a woman reported a woman who was wRh an unknown injury who having difficulty breathing, was bleeding. The call was The call was transferred to transferred to EPHC. Portola Susanvflle Interagency Fire Airway: In Portola, a caller fire was paged. The informa- Center. requested an ambulance for a Lion was transferred to a passenger in her car who was deputy. EPHC requested a Unknown malady: In Quincy, having trouble breathing, deputy's assistance. The Plumas District Hospital The caller was on Highway deputy advised the woman's received a report of an 89, driving from Calpine to wounds were self-inflicted unresponsive male. PDH Eastern Plumas Health Care. while she was intoxicated. requested that Quincy fire be The information was trans- paged. Quincy fire was ferredtoEPHC. Airway: In Quincy, a caller paged, requested an ambulance Stomach: In Greenville, a because of difficulty breath- Friday, Dec. 30 caller requested an ambu- ing. The call was transferred Unknown malady: In lance for a 90-year-old female to PDH. Quincy fire and an Greenville, a caller requested with stomach pain. The call ambulance were paged. The a non-emergency transport was transferred to SLEMS.information was transferred Indian Valley fire was paged, to a deputy. hlleoot BUSINESS EQUIPMENT Sales Service Supplies established 1929 Monuments Benches 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 ? THE CONSUMER**** A new year is here. 2012. Wow, there was a time we did not think we would ever see 1984! But here we are and Happy New Year to everyone! I have been writing these for nearly a year now and what do you think is the most important thing that I have written about? Chronic inflammatory conditions that can affect your overall health in such negative ways that it is now recommended by the association of cardiologists that patients make sure this is not happening to you by being evaluated by your dentist. I do not want to sound like a broken record, but this is a condition so serious that you should not ignore the symptoms or recommendations of your dentist. Indeed it is in your best interest to be evaluated by a dentist or specialist that is fully qualified to treat any periodontal condition that may be encountered for the best advice will certainly come from those specifically educated in the field of question. Nevertheless, listen to the advice your dentist gives you for it may save your life! I have written, and am writing these articles calling them "Straight Talk for the Consumer about Dentistry" as a public service. I am trying, in the best way I know how, to give you special insight into what modem dentistry in 2012 has to offer, what you should expect about your care, and what to look for so you can distinguish levels of care that match your desires whether you wish for predictable long-term successful dentistry and oral health, or whether you are primarily interested in basic dentistry for you and/or your family. In our practice we offer options, depending on circumstances, from the best dentistry has to offer to the best we can provide with a restrictive budget, and everything in between. Our concept is that it is most important to provide each patient with accurate options based on complete evidence and educationally based treatments that are available and let the patient's budget and desires guide our final decisions. Truly, the best treatment for a patient is one that blends excellence in treatment with consideration of the patient's desires and budget, which is often the challenge we dentists face is to help you find that balance. I just wanted to begin the series of articles this year with these thoughts: Consider that optimum oral health can add 7 to 10 years to your life while i increasing the quality and, you guessed it, the health of your gums is at the I top of the list. These articles will not all be about dentistry but will also include some ..... g g. ppy Year to all readers of Interesting side stones as we o alon I Ha New these! Sincerely, Michael W. Herndon, DDS, Amsterdam Fellow DR. MICHAEL W. and DR. EMILY S. HERNDON 431 Main St., Quincy, CA 283-1119 J , Two Local Technicians Copiers & Fax Machines FROM SHARP MINOS Laser Printers COME SHARP PRODUCTS TM New or Remanufactursd ...... ,,1888) 1630) 284-1112- Fax: (530) 284-1102 101 Pine St., Greenville Serving P/umas, Lassen, Sierra & Modoc Counties Having a hard time with your bills? You may be eligible for assistance with your emergency needs through Plumas Crisis Intervention & Resource Center, 283-5515. Crisis Line Resource 283-4333 Center 1-877-332-2754 or 283-5515 A program of Plumas Crisis Intervention & Resource Center Unknown malady: In Quincy, a caller requested transporta- tion for a patient with a general illness. PDH and Quincy fire were paged. Wednesday, Jan. 4 Unknown malady: In Chester, a caller requested transportation to the emer- gency room. The call was transferred to PDH. Quincy fire was paged. Thursday, Jan. 5 Seizures: In Greenville, a caller reported her 16-month- old son was having seizures. The call was transferred to SLEMS. Indian Valley fire was paged. CHP REPORT Hit and run, Dec. 29, 2011 At approximately 7 p.m., John Ringwald parked a gray 2000 Ford Ranger on Jackson Street in Quincy facing east in the third parking space east of Coburn Street. According to the California Highway Patrol report, be- tween that time and 9 a.m. the next day, an unknown driver driving an unknown vehicle apparently backed out of a parking stall in front of the Plumas County Library in a manner that pp, sifiohed tl/e Vehicle to faCe eastbO{iild okJackson StreeL " During the backing maneu- ver, the unknown driver allowed the rear of the vehicle to impact the left front of the Ranger. The unknown driver then fled the scene without attempting to find the owner of the Ranger or leaving any information on the Ranger regarding the accident. When Ringwald noticed the damage, he drove the Ranger to the CHP office in Quincy to report the incident. See CHP, page 3B Most of us have either heard or read about the severe fire that swept through the Barclay family's home during the December holiday. While no amount of words can accurately convey the sadness that many of us feel regarding their loss, on behalf of the staff at Plumas Unified School District, I wish to convey our deepest grief. We care about all our families and students within Plumas County. I'd particularly like to express our thanks to Laury Riggins and Odessie Welch for assisting in communicating the family's wishes and needs during this difficult time. Below is an excerpt from a note that Laury Riggins passed on to my office. Thank you to everyone for their support to the Barclay family! Every day is a new day in the life of the Barclay family. I'm happy to give to you a progress report on the family's conditions.. . " Todd, Carla and Jeremy have all been released from the hospital. Shriner's Hospital is providing a small apartment for the parents on the upstairs floor of Shriner's so they can be close to Makiah. Carla and her sister Melody are staying in the apartment. The Ronald McDonald housing program is providing additional temporary housing, as children are not permitted at the Shriner's apartment. Jeremy is staying with Todd there. MaryAnn, a close family friend and nurse, resides in Sacramento, and is helping to care for Nolan and Zachary at her house, as they are now released too. Curtis and Makiah remain in ICU. Makiah is now off her ventilator and is able to speak and express how much she wants to go home! She is experiencing some breathing problems, but is stable. Her bandages are now off her eyes so thht she can see too. Curtis had his first visit to physical therapy this week, although rough for him, he's fighting hard to improve. He has some difficulty with his veins, so he is being monitored closely, as infections are a concern for him. The extended family is holding up as best as can be expected after the loss of Donna, and the aftermath of this horrible tragedy. With Odessie's help, I have compiled a list of basic needed items to get the B rclay family started in a new home. If interested in donating any of the following items, please contact Odessie Welch (530-249-9005) or Laury Riggins (530-832-4284). They will assist with accepting items. Twin beds-(51 Couch Coffee Maker Twin bedding: sheets, blankets, comforters End Tables Silverware Pillows (5) Dressers (5) Can Opener Pillow eases Cookware Towels Cal King sheets and blankets Utensils Dishes King blankets Monetary donations are being collected at Plumas Bank under the "Barclay Family" account.