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Indian Valley Record Wednesday, April 4, 2012 5A . A cla,00:s gift Former principal and superintendent Joe Hagwood presented the community with a gift of a Greenville High School Yearbook from 1925, which includes the first graduating class of five seniors. Surnames of almost every student on the yearbook staff back in 1925 are familiar ones, especially to the numerous descendants who still live in Indian Valley, or for those who come back home for reunions and regular visits. Photos by Alicia Knadler DRUGS, from page 1A Simpson said. "They are telling me, 'You need to buy it from mail order.' And I said, 'No, I'm not going to do it.' I go to my local pharmacy instead. It's complicated." Supervisor Sherrie Thrall called it a "bigger balancing act." "If we don't take advantage of savings, (we might) end up having to cut some other department in order to pro- vide the fffding to pay more l" medication to support one business in our county," she said. Thrall suggested combin- Great Northern Hair Co. 458 Main St., Quincy 283-3302 St. Join US for Reserve early 258-3382 10 miles west oi Chester on Hwy. 36 Richard IL Stockton, CLU ChFC, Agent Insurance Lic. #0868653 Providing Insurance & Financial Services 65 W. Main St., Quincy, CA 95971 (530) 283-0565 Fax (530) 283-5143 www.richardstockton.us WE LIVE WHERE YOU LIVE ing the local service with mail order. "Could we do it the way you have been doing? But then contract out with Script for some of our long- term prisoners?" Thrall emphasized that whatever local pharmacy the county uses, the contract should be put out to bid. "i'm sure we have lots of businesses in our county that would like county support in one form or another," she said. Meacher said there is already a local jrack record of national pharmaceutical companies providing poor service. "North Fork Medical Lodge April 8 Group has to use a national pharmaceutical because of corporate rulings for the Quincy nursing home. And they say it has been an absolute nightmare," he said. "I won't go into the details, but they have listed a number of instances where the public good was not served by hav- ing to follow the corpor A:e model," he said. "They ha l,e tried to adjust ... tried to u:;e local." 9am-2pm 1 Champagne Brunch Buffet 10amto 5 Sat Noon- 5pm :: & Me Also accepting i Mother's Day reservations  !: = ..... :: HAS RISEN! :.'>" U Calvary Chapel of Quincy No kidding. When I say free, I mean absolutely - no minimum balance, no monthly service fees, no surprises, no hassles, no gimmicks - free. That's State Farm Bank Free Checking. Bank with a good neighbor'. CALL ME TODAY FOR MORE INFORMATION. invites you to Easter Services ~ Have you thought about God lately? ~ Have you ever wondered if He thinks about you? - If you've never been active in a]ocal church, have you thought about visiting one? - Were you attending a church and just stopped going? God does think about you and He cares for you very much! There is no better time than Easter to get acquainted or reacquainted with God and His Son Jesus Christ. 400StateFarmBank TM Good Friday Service ..... ,m 1953 (4463) , ,,,4 TRASH, from page |A the county's public works department to spend up to $17,500 to develop new con- tracts and a CPI-style refuse rate index. Future solid waste rate adjustments would be imple- mented annually, based on the index. The new contract, which would require approval from the waste disposal com- panies, is expected to go before the supervisors in June. Digc0unt carpet recycling County residents will be able to get rid of their old carpet for 25 percent less than the current fee. Public works engineer John Kolb said residents can start drolping off carpet for the reduced rate at the Delleker transfer station "very soon." He said there would be a 28-foot trailer at the site, sponsored by Carpet Care and CalRecycle. The service is part of a one-year, nine-county pilot program in Northern Califor, nia. Kolb said the fee would be based on the carpet weight. The program does not include carpet pads. "We expect the trailer to arrive any time," Kolb said. Free paint disposal Beginning in the fall, resi- dents will be able to dispose of old paint at yet-to-be-deter- mined sites in the county: "We don't know how many of our facilities in the county are going to offer these recycling services," Kolb said. "I would think that each of our franchise contractors would have a central location for paint recycling." Kolb said there would be no charge to drop off the paint. He added that California and Oregon are the only states to offer the free disposal. The program, sponsored by the nonprofit Paint Care, will accept cans up to five gallons in size. InterMountain Disposal said that about 67 percent of the hazardous waste it took in during its last special event was paint. "Most of it is latex, oil paint and stain," IMD owner Ricky Ross said. "So I'm very thrilled about this. 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