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16B Wednesday, March 9, 2016 Bulletin, Record, Progressive, Reporter Tour explores wildflowers of Table Mountain Experts expect abundant and i to 3 p.m. participants to assess their should dress accordingly, wildflower displays across Tour leaders will talk physical abilities beforeDogs and pets are not the state in the wake of E1 about the area's geology,registering, allowed on tours. Nino. vernal pools waterfalls,Hikers can enjoy To register, visit The California wildflowers and wildlife,waterfalls and may spot For more Department of Fish and Participants can expect to California newts this month, information, email Wildlife offers guided public cover 2 to 2.5 miles overWildflowers should continue interpretiveservices@wildlif hiking tours of North Table irregular terrain and to progress through April, or call (916) 358-2869. Mountain beginning this through several ravines, with peak blooms Table Mountain is located month and extending Stream crossings and someanticipated in April. on Cherokee Road off through April. The tours run hill climbing are also Tours proceed regardless Highway 70 at the west end twice a day, 10 a.m. to noon required. Organizers ask of weather. Participants of the Feather River Canyon. USDA United States Department of Agriculture Forest Plumas The USDA Forest Service is an equal Service National Forest opportunity service provider and employer. Hello "Cricket" The Greenhorn Ranch gang is proud to announce the arrival of a new foal born on Leap Day, Monday, Feb. 29, at approximately 5:30 a.m. Both momma and foal are doing well. A local resident reportedly won a prize for suggesting the name "Cricket." Photo submitted Local uthor pens collection of hort stori A local author with the pen name Ellen Grace recently released her third novel titled "Romance 4 You" as an e-book. The book can be purchased through Amazon,com. A collection of Western short stories, this book joins "A Family For The Lonely" and "Loco" in the e-book offerings by Grace. Set on a Genesee horse ranch, "Family" is about a baby-selling ring and the havoc it brings a survivor of the ordeal. Cutting-edge themes such as spousal abuse, animal neglect, meditation, organic gardening and cooking are developed in the action-packed story. "The digital revolution is doing for book publishing what it has done for the music industry," Grace commented. "E-book sales are gaining a large share of the paperback market that I am writing for." Grace has also written a Western novel about the Northern Mountain Maidu and their lives in Plumas County during the 1800s titled "Loco." "If you enjoyed the new movie 'The Revenant,' you will be interested in 'Loco,'" Grace explained. "Settler memoirs from Taylorsville recount how a dead Indian came back to life and harassed villagers. He lived only to avenge himself on the people who tried to,kill him." Peter Lassen and the mystery surrounding his death make for an exciting episode in "Loco." Log on to the author's website at for more information. Grace offers ' blogs on many topics as well as information on the books : she has written. The cover of the e-book "Romance 4 You" written by a local author under the pen name Ellen Grace. The~ collection of four western- themed stories is available from Photo submitted For no-cost confidential help, call: Brought to you 1-800-GAMBLER by PCIRC or text SUPPORT to 53342 530-283-5515 For information and resources online visit Answer all 20 questions below and view our comments based on your answers. 1. Did you ever lose time from work 12. Were you reluctant to use or school due to gambling? "gambling money" for normal Yes No __ expenditures? Yes No 2. Has gambling ever made your home life unhappy? Yes __ No __ 3. Did gambling affect your reputation? Yes No 13. 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