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ePress Tuesday, Jan. 11,2000 Area Classifieds olies 257-5321 Scene WINNER IS ... of Susanville was the winner of the 2000 Truck given away New Year's Casino, according to Laura casino's assistant manager. of Dr. Northrop's office and her are the proud new grandparents Sheehy. Nolan's parents, Nathan are in the U.S. Air Force and Alaska. Nolan weighed 8 pounds and long. NOW ON THE WEB Motors is now on the World Wide entire inventory can be viewed on line .'motors.com. can pre-qualify for an auto loan by credit application on the web site. requests for specific vehicles can be CHIPS CELEBRATING owner of Buffalo Chips Pizza in celebrating the restaurant's 20th through Feb. 14. away lunches, large pizzas, T-shirts, drinks, balloons and holding a grand for a "Buffalo Basket." she's holding a kids coloring an essay contest. Deadline is Feb. 12. contest. OUTLET NOW IN TOWN lle, owner of Office Works, has Ticket Outlet in his store on across from Wal-Mart. Barbara manages the Riverside Drive store, for events in Reno, Sacramento, and everywhere else Bass handles GRADUATE daughter of Cindy Kishbaugh, Razing Experience, graduated Jan. 4. Casey began cosmetology Jan. 10, where she is studying to hair dresser. TECHNICIAN AT ELITE SALON Pastor, owners of Elite Salon aboard Tracy Frietas as their new an. Frietas is a long-time resident of recently received her cosmetology Marlene Norvell is back to work leave of absence. CLOSING mad Gaff Langslet, owners of The & Gifts are closing their doors, by the end of the month. Withdraws worker ruling Herger Health repeal of to hold - for kployees who homes. On for con- to inves. that OSHA iickly to the about these indi- gov- not micro who pre- their pri- tnd people's should not to OSHA's hold a series of meetings with businesses and labor groups across the country to determine if any policies on work-at-home employees may be necessary in the future. No dates for these meetings have been made public. I encourage Northern Californians to participate in this debate," said Herger. for com- contin- nt small busi- and effi- business- with Alexis that within the will Phone Right Seminar Jan. 13-14 Attend the Phone Right Seminar presented by Haws, Theobald and Auman and Alliance for Workforce Development on Jan. 13 and 14 at Lassen Career Network, 2545 Main St., Susanville. Learn how Chamber Update ARRIE to make a real difference to your team, your customers and your profits. Business owners, managers and front-desk team members should attend this seminar to learn what callers frustrations are and how to deal with them. Also learn to set standards that set you apart, create sales from apparently casual calls and deal efficiently with the how-much-is-it call. Phone 257-5057 to pre- register for this workshop. The next Susanville Community Blood Drive will take place Jan. 19 and 20 at the Masonic Hall, located directly across North Lassen Street from the post office. Blood donations can be made from 11 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. and 3 to 7 p.m. contact Patty Gunderson at 257-5830 to make an appointment. The Lassen County Chamber of Commerce Annual Dinner and the kick-off of the Susanville Centennial Celebration is Friday, Jan. 28. Gather your group together for a night at the Elk's Lodge. The evening begins at 6 p.m. for cocktails, followed by dinner at 7 p.m. Event organizers are excited to have John Tyson join us and share his stories about our area and the unique characters and events that have formed it into the exceptional place it has become. Mr. Tyson is currently the deputy sheriff of Storey County, Nevada State Brand Inspector and he is the presenter of John Tyson's Journal for News Channel 8. Paid reservations must be made to the Chamber office, 257-4323 by Friday, Jan. 21. The Chamber Board of Directors is a group of hardworking people who believe in Lassen County and the potential it holds. The Chamber's Mission statement says a lot: To support a healthy and balanced economy through attraction, retention and explanation of local business. Lassen County Chamber of Commerce exists to promote a positive climate for planned, moderate, economic growth. The Board's question to you is, "How can we help you?" We look fbrward to 2000 and a year of progress for Lassen County. Thank you to those who have supported the Chamber the past year. We truly could not function without you. Managers named -, by [ien t,jxs Don Jahn, right, I.as been apointed general manager of Willits Motors Susawdle. Steve Folan, left, is now sales manager. Both relocated to Susamville from Quim'y after Willits Motors purchased Tully Chevrolet Dodge. With Blue Shield of California you can plan ahead because your costs are now more predictable. (Pleasantly surprised?) (had r, cw s: Bluc Shield ha lvo allodahl¢ and easy to use plans thai may be pcrtccl Ibr ym - csp.- cially if you pay fbr your ov, n heahh care coverage and want to know what you're gelting With A Blue Shield Copay plan. you will receive benefits for all (he plan's covered rvices as hmg as you use Prcfcrred Providers - witbou| hamg I mcct any plan deductible A Blue Shield Deductible plan offers a lower monthly rate and nu>rc fxcd copays than many other carriers oiler m lhcir "copay" plans - even b clorc you',.c mc ?our yearly plan deductible. Blue Shield  of California "ih= bcncfiI,, pru,,lded include: • Annual ph)-,ica{ c×ams • Matcrn*ty coverage" and Well-by Care • Pre.criptions filled at participating pharmacies for as little as %10 each (up to a 30-day supply of generic drugs) • Phpsician° hospilal and laboratory rvices • ( mcragc fi)r oral contraceptives • Optional dental coverage at affordable rates I1 you'e Urcd 1 ludden cts feel flee to call today and wcH ak E. Christensen Ins. 2319 Main St., #1 • Susanville (530) 257-2263 Lic. #0762221 " .: r * e: : a ¸ "   **a:!c  •  - ;, .   ; '-;::  ;r i Remember The Good Old Days? When everyone in town went to the high school basketball game? So much has changed. But not at Plumas Bank. That's why whenever you order Plumas Bank checks showing watercolor scenes of our modhtains and valleys, you can now get the mascot logo of your favorite local high school printed right next to your namefree. Just to show everyone what team we support. And every time you order checks with your high school's logo, we'll automatically make a contribution to your Booster Club. So support your local teams and the other boosters who help...just like in the good old days. Quincy PLUMAS Chester Alturss Portola BANK w two-Su'anville Greenville  Local people serving local needs" a. River Mills ePress Tuesday, Jan. 11,2000 Area Classifieds olies 257-5321 Scene WINNER IS ... of Susanville was the winner of the 2000 Truck given away New Year's Casino, according to Laura casino's assistant manager. of Dr. Northrop's office and her are the proud new grandparents Sheehy. Nolan's parents, Nathan are in the U.S. Air Force and Alaska. Nolan weighed 8 pounds and long. NOW ON THE WEB Motors is now on the World Wide entire inventory can be viewed on line .'motors.com. can pre-qualify for an auto loan by credit application on the web site. requests for specific vehicles can be CHIPS CELEBRATING owner of Buffalo Chips Pizza in celebrating the restaurant's 20th through Feb. 14. away lunches, large pizzas, T-shirts, drinks, balloons and holding a grand for a "Buffalo Basket." she's holding a kids coloring an essay contest. Deadline is Feb. 12. contest. OUTLET NOW IN TOWN lle, owner of Office Works, has Ticket Outlet in his store on across from Wal-Mart. Barbara manages the Riverside Drive store, for events in Reno, Sacramento, and everywhere else Bass handles GRADUATE daughter of Cindy Kishbaugh, Razing Experience, graduated Jan. 4. Casey began cosmetology Jan. 10, where she is studying to hair dresser. TECHNICIAN AT ELITE SALON Pastor, owners of Elite Salon aboard Tracy Frietas as their new an. Frietas is a long-time resident of recently received her cosmetology Marlene Norvell is back to work leave of absence. CLOSING mad Gaff Langslet, owners of The & Gifts are closing their doors, by the end of the month. Withdraws worker ruling Herger Health repeal of to hold - for kployees who homes. On for con- to inves. that OSHA iickly to the about these indi- gov- not micro who pre- their pri- tnd people's should not to OSHA's hold a series of meetings with businesses and labor groups across the country to determine if any policies on work-at-home employees may be necessary in the future. No dates for these meetings have been made public. I encourage Northern Californians to participate in this debate," said Herger. for com- contin- nt small busi- and effi- business- with Alexis that within the will Phone Right Seminar Jan. 13-14 Attend the Phone Right Seminar presented by Haws, Theobald and Auman and Alliance for Workforce Development on Jan. 13 and 14 at Lassen Career Network, 2545 Main St., Susanville. Learn how Chamber Update ARRIE to make a real difference to your team, your customers and your profits. Business owners, managers and front-desk team members should attend this seminar to learn what callers frustrations are and how to deal with them. Also learn to set standards that set you apart, create sales from apparently casual calls and deal efficiently with the how-much-is-it call. Phone 257-5057 to pre- register for this workshop. The next Susanville Community Blood Drive will take place Jan. 19 and 20 at the Masonic Hall, located directly across North Lassen Street from the post office. Blood donations can be made from 11 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. and 3 to 7 p.m. contact Patty Gunderson at 257-5830 to make an appointment. The Lassen County Chamber of Commerce Annual Dinner and the kick-off of the Susanville Centennial Celebration is Friday, Jan. 28. Gather your group together for a night at the Elk's Lodge. The evening begins at 6 p.m. for cocktails, followed by dinner at 7 p.m. Event organizers are excited to have John Tyson join us and share his stories about our area and the unique characters and events that have formed it into the exceptional place it has become. Mr. Tyson is currently the deputy sheriff of Storey County, Nevada State Brand Inspector and he is the presenter of John Tyson's Journal for News Channel 8. Paid reservations must be made to the Chamber office, 257-4323 by Friday, Jan. 21. The Chamber Board of Directors is a group of hardworking people who believe in Lassen County and the potential it holds. The Chamber's Mission statement says a lot: To support a healthy and balanced economy through attraction, retention and explanation of local business. Lassen County Chamber of Commerce exists to promote a positive climate for planned, moderate, economic growth. The Board's question to you is, "How can we help you?" We look fbrward to 2000 and a year of progress for Lassen County. Thank you to those who have supported the Chamber the past year. We truly could not function without you. Managers named -, by [ien t,jxs Don Jahn, right, I.as been apointed general manager of Willits Motors Susawdle. Steve Folan, left, is now sales manager. Both relocated to Susamville from Quim'y after Willits Motors purchased Tully Chevrolet Dodge. With Blue Shield of California you can plan ahead because your costs are now more predictable. (Pleasantly surprised?) (had r, cw s: Bluc Shield ha lvo allodahl¢ and easy to use plans thai may be pcrtccl Ibr ym - csp.- cially if you pay fbr your ov, n heahh care coverage and want to know what you're gelting With A Blue Shield Copay plan. you will receive benefits for all (he plan's covered rvices as hmg as you use Prcfcrred Providers - witbou| hamg I mcct any plan deductible A Blue Shield Deductible plan offers a lower monthly rate and nu>rc fxcd copays than many other carriers oiler m lhcir "copay" plans - even b clorc you',.c mc ?our yearly plan deductible. Blue Shield  of California "ih= bcncfiI,, pru,,lded include: • Annual ph)-,ica{ c×ams • Matcrn*ty coverage" and Well-by Care • Pre.criptions filled at participating pharmacies for as little as %10 each (up to a 30-day supply of generic drugs) • Phpsician° hospilal and laboratory rvices • ( mcragc fi)r oral contraceptives • Optional dental coverage at affordable rates I1 you'e Urcd 1 ludden cts feel flee to call today and wcH ak E. Christensen Ins. 2319 Main St., #1 • Susanville (530) 257-2263 Lic. #0762221 " .: r * e: : a ¸ "   **a:!c  •  - ;, .   ; '-;::  ;r i Remember The Good Old Days? When everyone in town went to the high school basketball game? So much has changed. But not at Plumas Bank. That's why whenever you order Plumas Bank checks showing watercolor scenes of our modhtains and valleys, you can now get the mascot logo of your favorite local high school printed right next to your namefree. Just to show everyone what team we support. And every time you order checks with your high school's logo, we'll automatically make a contribution to your Booster Club. So support your local teams and the other boosters who help...just like in the good old days. Quincy PLUMAS Chester Alturss Portola BANK w two-Su'anville Greenville