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4B Wednesday, July 6, 2011 Bulletin, Progressive, Record, Reporter LAW and I00DER SHERIFF&apos; S BLOTTER Arrests Chester One person was arrested on a charge of violating a restrain- ing order. One person was arrested on charges of breaking into a vehicle and burglary. Greenville One person was arrested on a driving under the influence charge. One person was arrested on charges of DUI, possession of marijuana and selling a controlled substance. Quincy One person was arrested on charges of possession of false vehicle registration and a probation violation. Two people were arrested on I) UI charges. Three people were arrested on a charge of public intoxi- cation. Fire Friday, June 24 Dryer: In Chester, a caller reported a possible dryer fire. The call was transferred to Susanville Interagency Fire Center. Chester fire was paged. Saturday, June 25 Debris: In Blairsden, a caller reported a burn pile that had gotten out of control. The call was transferred to the U.S. Forest Service. Long Valley fire was paged. Propane: In Lake Almanor, a caller reported a propane tank was leaking. The call was transferred to SIFC. Monday, June 27 Vegetation: In Lake Almanor, a caller rePorted a possible fire near Bailey Creek. The call was transferred to SIFC, which was already aware and was sending units. Struc- tures were threatened and residents were evacuated. A helicopter  was used to dump water on the blaze and it was contained. Unknown: In Quincy, a caller reported a possible fire on Hartman, Ridge. The caller was getting the information via ham radio. The call was transferred to the USFS. Medical Friday, June 24 Airway: In Portola, a caller reported having trouble breathing and being in pain. The call was transferred to Eastern Plumas Health Care. Eastern Plumas fire was paged. Chest: In Crescent Mills, a caller requested an ambu- lance for a person having chest pain. The call was transferred to South Lassen Emergency Medical Services. The patient was transported to Plumas District Hospital. Chest: In Graeagle, a clinic reported a person experienc- ing chest pain. The call was transferred EPHC. Graeagle fire was paged and responded. The patient was transported to EPHC. Unknown malady: In Green- ville, a caller reported a per- son needed to be transported to Seneca. The victim report- edly had severe chronic obstructive pulmonary dis- ease and needed attention. The call was transferred to SLEMS. Indian Valley fire was paged and responded. Fall: In Greenville, a caller reported her husband had fallen out of his wheelchair and she needed help getting him back in. Indian Valley fire was paged and responded. Unknown malady: In Meadow Valley, a caller requested an ambulance for her mother who was extremely ill and could not get out of bed. The call was transferred to PDH. Unknown malady: In Vinton, a caller requested an ambu- lance for a female who was not breathing. Lassen County emergency services handled the call and requested fire and ambulance. Airway: In Graeagle, the California Highway Patrol transferred a call that re- ported a female who was having difficulty breathing. The call was transferred to EPHC. Graeagle fire was paged. Saturday, June 25 Head: In Portola, a caller reported a male was suffering from a severe headache. The call was transferred to EPHC. Portola fire was paged. Unknown malady: In Quincy, a caller requested an ambu- lance for her mother. The call was transferred to PDH. Quincy fire was paged and responded. Allergic: In Greenville, a caller requested an ambu- lance for a female who was having an allergic reaction to something. The female at- tempted to give herself a medical injection and missed, sticking her thumb, accord- ing to the caller. The call was transferred to SLEMS. Graeagle fire was paged. Airway: In Greenville, a caller contacted CHP and reported a woman who was having an asthma attack. The information was transferred to SIFC. Sunday, June 26 Fall: In Chester, a caller reported a woman fell out of an inner tube while floating down the river, and was possibly injured. A fire department responded. Accident: In Chilcoot, the CHP reported a motorcycle accident with major injuries to one victim. Sierra Valley fire and EPHC were ad- vised. Sierra Valley fire was paged. Monday, June 27 Unknown malady: In Green- ville, a caller requested fire be paged for a Life Alert alarm. Indian Valley fire was paged. Blood sugar: In Portola, a caller requested an ambu- lance for his wife who had low blood sugar. The call was transferred to EPHC. Portola fire was paged. Leg: In Clio, a caller request- ed an ambulance for herself, saying she had hurt her hip and knee. The call was trans- ferred to EPHC. Whitehawk fire was paged. Chest: In Crescent Mills, a caller requested an ambu-' lance for herself because she was experiencing chest pain. The call was transferred to SLEMS. Indian Valley fire was paged. Fall: In Greenville, a caller requested an ambulance for a female who had fallen from her chair. Indian Valley fire was paged. The information was transferred to SLEMS. Tuesday, June 28 Unknown malady: In Portola, a caller requested an ambu- lance for her elderly father who was ill. The call was transferred to EPHC. Beck- wourth fire was paged and re- sponded. Fall: In Portola, a caller re- quested an ambulance for a female fall victim. The call was transferred' to EPHC. Portola fire was paged. Swallowed: In Quincy, a caller reported a woman swallowed a nail and a dime. The caller said there were two nails and a dime in a cup and that an adult female poured the liquid into the cup and drank from it by acci- dent. There was only one nail left in the cup after she drank from it. The call was trans- ferred to PDH. Quincy fire was paged and the woman was transferred to PDH. Wednesday, June 29 Accident: In Portola, the CHP requested the fire depart- ment and an ambulance for a single-vehicle accident. The information was transferred to EPHC. Beckwourth fire was paged. Fall: In Greenville, a caller requested the fire depart- ment's assistance for a female who had fallen. Her injuries were unknown. The call was transferred to SLEMS. Greenville fire was paged. Miscellaneous Sunday, June 26 Some seriously bad putting: In Portola, a caller reported two people had been hitting golf balls across the highway from a house. A deputy re- sponded and was told by the people involved that they were "practicing putting." The hackers were told not to hit any more balls across the highway. It's unknown if they were offered any putting tips. Energy efficient tips for stayin00 cool, soin00 green this summer When away from your home during the cooling season, set your air conditioner at 85 de- grees. Savings: 5 percent to 12 percent of cooling costs. Provide shading for your air conditioning condenser. Sav- ings: 2 percent to 3 percent of cooling costs. Switch pool filter and sweeper operations to off-peak hours. Peak hours are between noon and 7 p.m. Consider replacing pool pumps and motors with energy-efficient equipment. Savings depend on your use. Shorten the operating time for your swimming pool filter and automatic cleaning sweep (if your pool has one). For winter, two hours a day of filtering could cut your filter's energy use by 40 percent to 50 per- cent, yet keep your pool clean. Pool covers save energy and money. Pools lose 70 percent of With high temperatures {brecasted in the coming days, Pacific Gas and Electric Com- pany offers these energy effi- ciency tips to help customers stay cool while saving energy. Summer energy efficiency tips In the cooling season, set your thermostat at 78 degrees or higher when you're at home, health permitting. Savings: 10 percent to 20 percent of cool- ing costs. Bring the whole family for some good, old-fashioned family fun at the fair! \\; :.:::: "@:'':"l:v"::,  t :s ::.:::::.: : .... :::.:. ':. '',  "  ..................... {' ',: ......... .i  :i: :: ..... : MISS LASSEN COUNTY PAGEANT Sponsored by Billngton Ace Hardware. Banner Lassen Medical Center, Eeauty Corral & Realty World Susanville Repertoire Company Presents: usa Variety Show Sponsored by Windjammer CabLe KIDDIES Kids 1 2 and under get in FREE JDX COUNTRY DAY from 12-6pm SHOWDOWN FREE ACTIVITIES FOR KIDS REVOLVING AROUND'AGRICULTURE! : i!i:!!iii'i ! 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Use exterior shading devices or deciduous plants to shade your home and windows from the sun. Savings: up to 8 percent of cooling costs. Turn off equipment when not in use, like appliances, lights, televisions, computer monitors and printers. Set air conditioner thermostats at 78 degrees or higher, health permitting. When away from home, raise your thermostat to 85 degrees.. Clean or replace air conditioner filters monthly during the cool- ing season. Keep the sun and heat out of your house by closing drapes or blinds on south- and west- facing windows. Activate power-saving features on your computers and office equipment when not in use. Install an Energy Star program- mable thermostat to prevent unnecessary heating or cooling. Do full loads when using your clothes washer dryer and dish- washer. Unplug and recycle your second refrigerator. Replace incandescent light bulbs with energy-efficient compact fluorescent lamps (CFLs). PG&E can help save energy with rebates and other energy- efficiency programs: When purchasing a new refrigerator, dishwasher, or clothes washer, look for the Energy Star label. Appliances that carry the Energy Star label use less energy than standard models so they cost less to run. Replace hazardous halogen torchiere lamps with Energy Star fluorescent torchieres. Consider purchasing a whole house fan to cool your house, or use a portable evaporative cooler if you live in a hot, dry climate. Look for rebates on cooling equipment. Rebates are avail- able for room air conditioners, portable evaporative coolers, central air conditioners, heat pumps, high-efficiency air conditioners and Geoexchange heat pumps. Use dimmers, timers and mo- tion sensors on indoor and out- door lighting. For more information, call PG&E's Smarter Energy Line at (800) 933-9555. POLITICAL ADVERTISEMENT Michael Bilbrey is the right choice for the CalPERS Board of Administration I have been a public employee working at Citrus College as a classified employee for 22 years. If elected, I promise to: * Protect your defined benefit pensions , Preserve and improve healthcare Increase openness, transparency and input from members of CalPERS Be accessible and listen to members Ballots were mailed to all CalPERS members on June 30. Please vote for Michael Bilbrey for the At Large Seat of the CalPERS Board of Administration Paid for by Michael Bilbrey for PERS Board 2011; FPPC ID #1334312