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Bulletin, Progressive, Record, Reporter Wednesday' Nov. 3, 2010 5B UFRWG, from page 4B There are unknown im- pacts to downstream irriga- tors and water rights holders he reported. Of special concern to his family are the Red Clover and Last Chance projects led by Feather River Coordinated Resource Management. In Sierra Valley, vice chair- man Paul Roen is dealing with a similar situation with the water company. The group decided there needed to be more review prior to implementation of projects and more monitor- ing and studying afterward. Members also suggested lead agencies should make more effort to share informa- tion about proposed projects with agricultural irrigators, which might help address their concerns. For help For membership and group activities, call 283-1147 or visit ufrwg.org. For help with livestock, agricultural and natural resource issues, contact the Plumas Sierra Cooperative Extension at 283-6270, or visit ucce-p I u m as-si erra. ucdavis.ed u. Grant funding Sierra Valley Resource Conservation District, 993-4580, or sierravalleyrcd.org. Feather River Resource Conservation District, 284-1300 Feather River Coordinated Resource Manage- ment, 283-3739, or feather-river-crm.org USDA Natural Resources Conservation Service, 257-4127, 272-3417 or nrcs.usda.gov. Monitoring data from 2009 shows pollution levels that exceed state-set quality levels and call for action. The results for 2010 were not available in a table yet, although group leaders said there were none this year, probably due to higher water flows. 2009 E coli DO mg/L pH I Turbidity I ~ii!~i~i ~ ~ ~ i!i~;i~" '~'~i'~i~i~:: "~'~!~'! ~~"'""~"~i~ ~' ~~ ~:~:~'~ ........................................................................................................................................................................................ ~$~|~ ~-~, ~. ~g~':~i~ MFFGR - Sierra Valley 93.3 7.53 7.81 4.5 Temp 22.4 INDAB - Indian Valley 218.7 7.41 7.28 5.4 15.3 SPGRN - Amer. Valley 93.3 8.46 7.44 2.7 15.3 MFFGR 69.7 7.70 7.78 3.9 20.3 INDAB 186.0 7.05 7.10 3.5 16.2 SPGRN 85.5 7.91 7.25 1.5 16.7 ~ ~ili:, i~i~iii,~ ii~i ~i!!ililili!iiiiiiif!i iii iiiiiiiiiii~il i i ......... ~i~ ~ i~i~,~i~i~ii~i ~i~IN~i~ i~i~i~Z~ ii i i i i ~! ii':~ii ii~ ~ ~i~!~:,!i!:!!~iiiiiii~ ::~:,~:.i :,~:.~;:~~~~ !~i~!:~: ~:~ ~1:~ :~ ~ =~ .................... ........ : :,:::::=::::::. : : :::i is::= ..................................... MFFGR 4.1 9.95 9.50 2.0 26.2 INDAB 127.4 SPGRN 238.2 MFFGR INDAB SPGRN MFFGR INDAB 1.0 410.6 63.8 3.0 387.3 613.1 5.93 6.72 !i i iii!i!!iiiiiii 13.26 6.90 8.24 8.74 8.69 9.37 7.26 7.33 ii!~!i!iii!i~iii~iiiiii~iiiiiii~!i~iiii~iii~!!i~i~iiiiii~iiiiii~i!ii!i!~iiiiii~!iiii~ii~ 9.43 7.22 '7.38 8.70 7.24 7.25 SPGRN 4.8 20.8 2.0 ~ 19.8 2.0 4.9 3.4 1.2 4.1 2.5 26.6 20.1 19.1. ~::~ i~ ~ ~ ~ 18.5 15.4 13.7 MFFGR - Middle Fork Feather above Grizzly Creek INDAB - Indian Creek above Arlington Bridge SPGRN - Spanish Creek below Greenhorn Creek Confluence ND - Not detected E. coil - a feces-related bacteria DO - dissolved oxygen is essential for aquatic life, and there is less in warmer waters pH - measures acidity of water, which is significant to aquatic life Turbidity - cloudiness of water reduces the clarity aquatic life needs BOLD indicates Regional Board water quality standard not met Susanville Swing Band sparkles in symphony season opener Sam Williams News Editor swilliams@lassennews.com Some kinds of music just never grow old. Several hundred Lassen County residents relived those nostalgic days of the big bands and the swing era as a talented group of more than 30 musicians and 10 vo- calists opened the Susanville Symphony's eighth season with the Susalaville Swing Concert Friday Oct. 22 and Saturday, Oct. 23 at the Veterans Memorial Hall. Under the able direction of bandleader Matt Mullin, the band swayed and swung its way through a two-hour, 18- song program that focused mainly on the Great Ameri- can Songbook with material from 1917 and the First World War right through to some of the biggest pop hits from the mid-1970s and a little taste of nearly everything in between. The big band, including a dozen string players, seldom missed a beat and the perfor- mances by the singers truly enchanted the crowded house Saturday night. The Swing Band opened the evening with "Over There," George M. Cohan's patriotic anthem from World War I with the well-known line, "The Yanks are com- ing," in the chorus. From the first few notes it was obvious this band would put on an entertaining show. Vocalist Julie Besancon and her brilliant, deep blue cocktail dress proved to be the first of several show- stoppers that evening, and she absolutely shined in her rendition of "Non Dimen- ticar," a song from the 1951 movie, "Anna," (probably best known by the 1958 hit record by Nat King Cole). Linda Braun belted out a rousing version of "Mambo Italiano." The band returned to the spotlight with "My Blue Heaven," the theme from the 1950 Betty Grable movie of the same name. Kris Szovati crooned "When I Fall in Love," Debra Sokol delighted the crowd with her rendition of "Embraceable You" (by George and Ira Gershwin), and Jon France captivated the audience with "Luck Be A Lady," from the Broad-way musical Guys and Dolls. Jennifer Estacio showed off her powerful soprano on "Call Me Irresponsible," a number originally written for (but never recorded by) Fred Astaire that won the Academy Award for Best Original Song in 1964, and Li- udmila Mullin and J.D. Esta- cio closed the first set with a beautiful rendering of "Ada- gio Americano," written as an anmversary gift to Liud- mila by bandleader husband Matt Mullin. After a brief intermission, the band opened the second set with Eric Toews soloing on clarinet in the frenetic instru- mental "Frenesi," originally written for the marimba. Julianna Pepetone offered a delightful version of Johnny Mercer and Hoagy Carmichael's hit, "Skylark." Bob Souter took the trum- pet solo on a dreamy, roman- tic arrangement of Barbara Streisand's "Evergreen." Chris Gallagher and Kris Szovati playfully charmed the audience with a lovely duet on "Something Stupid." Liudmila Mullin's operatic training showed in her absolutely irrestistable ren- dering of "Somewhere" from the 1959 Broadway musical "West Side Story," and J.D. Estacio led the audience through the sing-a-long portion of Cab Calloway's naughty 1931 hit, "Minnie the Moocher," probably best remembered by the call and response line, "Hi, de, hi, de, hi, de, hi." The Susanville Symphony Society's season continues with "A Magical Christmas" at 7 p.m.'Friday, Dec. 10 and 2:30 p.m. Sunday, Dec. 12 at the Susanville Assembly of God Church. Tickets are on sale now at Leslie's Jewelry on Main Street in Susanville. Jennifer is now Sole Proprietor of Body & Soul! Judy will continue as a Stylist & Creative Director. Tanning Special Tan in the 5 Tans Ultra Bronze Bed - Ultra Fast~ Ultra SafeLike 4 tansin 1 Body & Soul! reg. $60 283-0484 56 Harbison, Quincy '" "'gF I hanksglvm ood Baskets Plumas Crisis Intervention and Resource Center needs your help with food donations for our Thanksgiving baskets. ~What we need: TURKEY STUFFING MASHED POTATOES VEGETABLES SWEET POTATOES GRAVY ROLLS APPLE OR PUMPKIN PIES These baskets are to help those folks that are in need of a little help during the holiday season. Your food donation is greatly appreciated. Please bring your food donation to PCIRC at 591 W. Main St., Quincy. If you have any questions please give us a call at 283-5515. 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