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4B Wednesday, Aug. 15, 2012 Bulletin, Record, Progressive, Reporter LAW, from page 3B Unknown malady: In Portola, Portola fire was on scene with a walk-ih person with a medical problem and re- quested an ambulance. EPHC was dispatched. Airway: At Lake Almanor, a caller requested an ambu- lance for his wife who was having difficulty breathing. The call was transferred to SIFC. The information was transferred to a deputy. Ill: In Greenville, a caller re- quested an ambulance for herself because she was not feeling well. The call was transferred to SLEMS. Indi- an Valley and Crescent Mills fire were paged. Miscellaneous Thursday, Aug. 2 Text message: A caller said he received a suspicious text message that read "DUDE I HIDD THE BODY, NOW WHAT." The caller said he didn&apos;t know who the sender was. A deputy attempted to call the sender's phone num- ber. The number, which had a Tennessee area code, was not valid. Friday, Aug. 3 Bear: A caller on Bucklin Road near Bucks Lake re- ported there was a bear out- side of her cabin. The caller was provided the number for the California Department of Fish and Game. GeTs: Near Chester, a caller reported a large herd of cows on the roadway. The call was transferred to the CHP. Sunday, Aug. 5 Bear: In Quincy, a caller at 172 Main St. reported there was a bear in his yard in a tree. The caller was provided the number for DFG. The in- formation was transferred to a deputy. The caller was ad- vised to leave the bear alone. Monday, Aug. 6 Knock, knock: In Portola, a caller reported someone was trying to break in and was knocking on the door. While the caller was on the line it was discovered that the knocker was actually a rac- coon. Bears: In Quincy, a caller re- ported that a mother bear and two cubs were in the area and she said she could not reach DFG. DFG was no- tified. Bears: In Meadow Valley, a caller reported a problem with bears coming into the Haskins Campground. The call was transferred to DFG. A deputy responded and was unable to locate the bears. Tuesday, Aug. 7 Bears: In Meadow Valley, a caller reported two baby bears were in a tree just before the Bucklin Road turn into Bucks Lake Camp- ground. The caller said the mother bear might be wounded after someone shot LIVING WlTN FIRE Are your trees properly limbed up? On larger trees it is best to achieve at least 6 feet of clearance. On shorter trees, only the lower 1/3 of the branches need be removed. Why is this needed? Most fires originate along the surface. If there is sufficient space between the fire and the lower branches of trees, there is less chance that the trees will ignite. Be sure to remove as much fuel as yoia can under the trees. If the tree foliage catches fire, we have a "crown fire," which is almost impossible to extinguish. The smart thing to do is reduce the possibility of surface fires getting into the 'ree fo- liage in the first place. Make sure that ALL of your trees have been properly limbed up, such that you can walk under the trees without having to duck. You only have to do this once; the lower limbs won't grow back. FIRE HAZARD < PROPERLY LIMBED Q For more information on protecting your home from wildfire contact the Plumas Firesafe Council oryour local fire department.  On the web: www.plumasfiresafe.org or www.firewise.org This message brought to you by the Piumas County Fire Chief's Association Learn How To Start a Business and earn your entrepreneurship certificate in less than a year! Combine your passion, with the skills to succeed in business. 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Fall 2012 classes begin Tuesday, August 21 Bus 121: Intro To Entrepreneurship 1 unit, 8/21 - 10/16 Tuesdays 5:30 -7:20pro CRN 7218 Bus 122: Entrepreneurial Marketing 1.5 units, 10/23 -, 12/11 Tuesdays 5:30 - 8:20pro CRN 7219 Spring 2013 classes begin Jan. 15, 2013 Bus 123: Financial Management for Entrepreneurs Bus 124: Preparing Effective Business Plans To enroll contact Feather River College at (530) 283-0202 ext. 600 or www.frc.edu/admissionsandrecords llege Feather River 570 Golden Eagle Ave. Quincy, CA For more information about the program contact Amy Schulz at (530) 283-0202 ext. 358 This program is sponsored by: e-00o weRxr-oRc,, Business & DIVELOImaNlr .......... . ,,.,., Enu'epreneursh ip ';" ......... Center at her from inside the camp- ground. The information was transferred to DFG. Campers were warned to stay away from the young bears because the mother bear was likely to come back for them. Dog fee: Near Chilcoot, a caller at the Frenchman Lake campground boat ramp reported that the campground host was hav- ing a problem with a camper who was refusing to pay a fee for an extra dog. A deputy later reported that the payment issues had been worked out. CItP REPORT Broken leg on ATV, Aug. 7 At approximately 7:55 p.m., Tyler Buchanan, 19, of Chester, was driving a 2004 Yamaha ATV on a dirt road on private property south of Forest Service Road 27N80. For an unknown reason, according to the California Highway Patrol report, Buchanan allowed his left leg to go under the ATV as he hit a bump in the road. As a result, Buchanan's left leg broke above the boot. He drove the ATV to an open field north of where the accident occurred, and contacted law enforcement and medical personnel by Cellphone. He was using safety equipment. Collision with stopped traffic, Aug. 8 At 9:15 a.m., James Mun- jar, 59, of Janesville, Was driving a 1972 Kenworth towing a 1968 Miller flatbed loaded with a construction dozer west on Highway 70, within the westbound lane, at 15 - 20 mph. He was just east of Highway 89 (Greenville Wye). William Perkins, 59, of Quincy, was driving a 1984 Volkswagen Vanagon west on Highway 70, within the westbound lane, and was stopped due to traffic control set up for roadway construc- tion just east of the Wye and west of the Kenworth. There were five to six ve- hicles stopped behind the VW, also due to the con- struction. According to the CHP report, as Munjar ap- proached the stopped vehi- cles, he attempted to apply the brakes of his Kenworth; however, due to the steep de- clining roadway and the weight of the load he was towing, he was unable to stop in time to avoid collid- ing with the vehicles in front of him. In an attempt to avoid a collision, Munjar steered the Kenworth to the right into a drainage ditch and began passing several, vehicles, un- til he struck the ascending rock embankment to his right. The truck continued passing vehicles westbound until the left front of the truck struck the right rear of the VW, causing moderate damage to both vehicles. After the collision, the truck came to a stop against the VW within the west- bound lane and the north dirt drainage ditch. After the scene became stable, CHP was notified of the col- lision, and responded to in- vestigate. CHP conducted a Level 1 vehicle inspection of the, Kenworth and its trailer and determined that its brakes were in Working order and were not an asso- ciated factor in the collision. All parties were wearing PLUMAS UNIFIED SCHOOL DISTRICT SURPLUS AUCTION Sat., Aug. 25, 2012 I 13 North Mill Creek Road, Quincy, CA Public Viewing & Silent Auction 9- I 0am Auction Awards immediately following A list of auction items is posted on the Plumas Unified School District Website at www.pcoe.k 12.ca.us Items purchased must be picked up by 12 noon on Aug. 25th All items sold as is. I Feature of the Week: i::::,  ,?'!! i!.ii:: 'E : Candle Bars Cottage Cups Classic Jar 2019 East Main St., Quincy 283-2929 www.quincyhotspot.com Many distinctive fragrances, even, long-burning, great accent to any room. : i , i}  . =======================::,.,,r, :i':: 2012 SVTC Banquet of Miracles Transformed CHALLENGE INTERNATIONAL SACRAMENTO ALLEY Lives... Reaching a New Generation! Friday, September 7 Susanville Assembly of God 473-465 Richmond Rd. N., Susanville 530-257-5000 Please plan on joining usor an iuspirirng evening of music, miracles, food and fellowship, and support what the Lord is doing. Silent Auction begins at 6:30pm. . Tickets are only $15 or $120 for table of eight. (if you Cannot afford the ticket price, please let us know.) For churches purchasing a table, the senior pastor and spouse may attend free, We do need sponsors to help us with costs not covered by the ticket price and to help cover the cost for our students and staff members. Sponsor levels can be found at www.teenchallenge.ws. seat belts, and no injuries were reported by Perkins, Munjar or Munjar's passen- ger. Rear-ended, Aug. 10 At approximately 5:05 p.m., Graceann Kojima, 71, of Quincy, was sitting sta- tionary in a 2000 Toyota Avalon in the Plumas Bank drive-through in Quincy. Lizabeth Durham, 55, of Meadow Valley, pulled di- rectly behind Kojima in a 1997 Honda Accord. For unknown reasons, ac- cording to the CHP report, Durham's vehicle suddenly accelerated and struck the rear of Kojima's Toyota. Emergency personnel then responded to the scene and provided aid to Kojima who was complaining of pain to her neck. She was theri transported to Plumas Dis- trict Hospital in Quincy and was treated for her injuries. Both drivers were wearing seat belts, and Durham was not injured. The collision re- mains under investigation. Slid off road, Aug. 11 Lucas Dawn, 21, of Porto- la, was driving a 2001 Honda Civic southbound on High- way 89 1.7 miles south of Cottonwood Creek Camp- ground at a high rate of speed, entering a right-hand curve at approximately 7:15 a.m. Due to Dawn's high speed, according to the CHP, his rear tires started losing trac- tion and sliding to the left. The vehicle eventually rotat- ed clockwise, slid off the west roadway edge and rolled over. Dawn, who was wearing a seat belt, was taken to Truc- kee Tahoe hospital with mi- nor injuries. ROAD REPORT Old Scales Road (Forest Service Road 20N63) will re- main closed through Aug. 31 for construction. The road is being widened to enable ac- cess to the Scales area after a landslide closed FS 20N35, known locally as Scales Road, several years ago. The closure includes FS 20N63 btween its intersec- tion with FS 20N96 in Sec- tion 15, T20N, RBE, and its intersection with FS 20N28 located in the northeast quarter of Section 11, T20N, RBE on the Feather River Ranger District of the Plumas National Forest. The alternate route for ac- cess is through the La Porte area. Passenger vehicles may access the Scales area  via Plumas County Road 513 (21N28) from the town of La Porte across the steel bridge, then across Slate Creek to Sierra County Road 791 to Queen City. Turn right on Sierra County Road 690 (FS 21N17) to Sierra County Road 691. Continue on 691 to the town site of Scales. The forest order (11-12-04) and site map may be viewed at fs.usda.gov/plumas. For more information, contact the Feather River Ranger District at 534-6500. Check You can purchase your tickets and sponsor by calling either (916) 362-2800 or (800) 437-1919, or visit us online at www.teenchaUenge.ws.