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Illlm lr~JIIdl III kll ll~t Ilklllllllll lit 8A Wednesday, Dec. 30, 2009 Chester Progressive t YEAR, from page 6A er $60,000 in physician fees," ows, Hamilton Branch, West together to recognize the out- he added. Shore beaches and the flood standing contribution Tanta- during the Sept. 16 meeting He also said this lack of controlchannel, rdino's Pasta and Pizzeria of the Peninsula Fire Protec- payment impacted the per- By the end of the day a 20- has made to their fundrais- tion District meeting at the centage of denials intheAug, cubic yard dumpster was ingendeavors. main station on Golf Club financialreport, filled.with a wide variety of President Reed Hilliard Road. *** trash, said the restaurant has as- The draw was what fire The 12th annual Wheel Volunteers collected scrap sisted with purchasing ad- board president Bob Phillips Around Lake Almanor event metal, 33 tires, 2 stoves, and a vice, ordering and storing defined as "two hot button" began Saturday evening, variety of household foods for their annual pan- items, an incident regarding Sept. 19, in Lake Almanor garbage, along with a truck cake breakfasts and other cellular phone usage during Elks Lodge No. 2626 with abedliner, food related events. He said a medical emergency on the special dinner and program their assistance has equated Lake Almanor Country Club for ride participants and sup- to almost $1,000 a year in golf course and the revised porters, food cost savings. firehouse use policy. "Our theme for this year is loyalty; the loyalty of each and every athlete who con- tinues to ride and support WALA and its resulting good works," said chairperson and hand cyclist Randy Fossum. Oct. 14 "Late night telephone call scams are on the increase," said Plumas County SherilTs *** Office Deputy Sheriff Kathy "We have three big things Wasson Oct. 7. in respect to billing," said There has been a noted in- Chief Executive Officer Doug crease over the summer in Self during the Aug. 24 these types of calls. She also Seneca Healthcare Districthas received reports of three b0ard of directors meeting. Oct. 7 calls during the period of He said the change to the Nearly 50 community Oct. 4-7. Palmetto Company for members, from 2-82 partici- Dep. Wasson said these Medicare billings had ended pated in the second annualcalls mostly happen late at up with a fair amount of res- Lake Almanor Clean-Up Sat-night when people are tired, olution needed on pain andurday, Sept. 19. The event, in a hurry or groggy from orthopedic bill reimburse-which coincided with the sleep. ment. Great Sierra River Clean-Up, He said as of June, $130,000 began at 9 a.m. in the Chester Oct. 21 had been left hanging out Park. Officers of 'the Peninsula there on the Shasta doctors. They tackled the banks of Fire Protection District Fire- "Pain is around $130,000 the North Fork of the Feath- man's Association and fire- and there is probably anoth- er River, the Chester Mead- fighter Bruce Sherod joined :% SUPERIOR COURT For People Without a Lawyer Wishing everyone a healthy, happy holiday season ! Building beautiful smiles. 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Chester has offered its free *** Major Appliance Clean-up As an offspring from the Project to residents of the Sept. 8 Rotary International Lake Almanor Basin. Read In Day, the Rotary Taking to the streets at 8 Clubs within Plumas County a.m.; the MAC team was com- have taken the effort to the prised of Rotarians and mem- next level, bers of the Chester and A1- "Rotarians all over the manor High School Interact world were involved in the Clubs, which arean affiliate international 'Read In Day'program of Rotary. in an effort to jump start stu- Before the day concluded dent efforts in schools. As a at 4 p.m., the MAC team had unit, we decided we wanted not only picked UP and deliv- to increase our involvementered for disposal over 160 ap- Oct. 28 with our local schools by Of- plfances but also 67 e-waste The Almanor Basin Fire fering a whole program with items. Safe Council met Oct. 14 to books," said President Chuck recap activities during the Golden, Rotary Club of Nov. 11 current fire season and to Chester, Oct. 21. "We were brainstorming discuss future projects. *** ways to earn money for a trip The local area has re- The Plumas County Plan- to the Shakespeare Festival mained relatively quiet with ning Department held a spe- in Ashland, Ore. and we kept respect to wildland fire this cial hearing in Chester, Oct. thinking about food," said season, with a limited num- 21, in the Chester Memorial student Mike LeSeur. ber of ignitions and no larger Hall. Students were trying to Scale conflagrations." Plumas County Zoning Ad- think of a catchy name and *** ministrator Randy Wilson kept returning to Taco Tues- "October has been a very was to announce whether orday. active month for the Chester not he would certify the final ' The students agree that Piecemakers Quilt Guild,"Environmental ImpactRe- coming up with the name said spokesperson Diane port after his consideration was the easiest part of the Morrow. of all the testimony and cor- project. The balance of the In addition to the installa- respondence received during Associated Student Body tion of new officers, guild the Aug. 26public hearing on fundraiser required the stu- members also drew the win- the proposed .Lake Front at dents to become heavily in- ning ticket for their 2009 Op- Walker Ranch Development. volved in a variety of first- portunity Quilt during the During the brief meeting time academic topics. Oct. 12 meeting. Wilson certified the docu-New to the students was Barbara Orttz was in- ment as adequate and said, "I the need to research product stalled' as the new president, have had time to adequately costs to determine the feasi- GinaHayes as first vice pres- consider the final EIR and I bility of their planned ident and Val Bourque as am taking action in support fundraiser. They had to mea- second vice president. Kim of staff recommendations."sure and experiment with Hastings has accepted the re- the size of their product to sponsibility of secretary and Nov. 4 determine its appeal and Patter Parker will work as Saturday, Oct. 24, marked the new treasurer, the fifth day in as many See Year, page 9A I LASSEN COUNTY SUPERIOR COURT COMMITTED TO SERVING.THE COMMUNITY Access To Justice Center 145 South Lassen St., Susanville, CA Contact us at 251-8353 OPEN Monday thru Friday 8:00 to 12:00 & I:00 to 5:00 Facilitators/Self-Help Attorneys Jon Nakanishi Spanish Assistance Available Leo Flores From all of us to all of you . . . Best Wishes to all our patients and friends this holiday season. 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