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!County Times BR]   Tuesday, July 11,2000 lEA held two LaS00,( n titles, one for county's fair, one for city's rodeo. page 1 held in San Jose. girls were really nice," said an avid supporter of "I'd encourage to enter. It was a good experience for me, and I )ate in things I never participated in. Even if win, the process of the com- L was really awesome." said the girls got to know g a Sunday dinner. again for lunch on Mon- attended leadership work- at afternoon. Uesday the contestants a statewide talent competi- the Alameda County Fair. y, the contestants from page 1 short of redevelop- Urban Futures "generalities and lit- data and evidence" evidence supporting in the pro- redevelopment re- :cOrapleted for the city. submitted a 200-page docu- seeks to refute the light in redevelopment Envi- Impact Report Futures Plan. Submitted five hours with the same the county the redevel- Gene Albaugh, urged the council no action before re- the material from an said the project covers most of Y except the areas newest buildings, Substantial evidence He cited examples stagnant property eteriorated struc- incy lncy men accused assaulting juve- Were released last by Judge Ira against the two slmitar because the offenses occurred Same and un- A. Thomas, who is as Robert Gon- released June 30 condition that he July 14 fr a also ordered the Thomas to stay the alleged juve- and the Quincy building where god offense took a also told to abstain from-al- who faces up to in state prison, of unlawful sexu- and sexual as- Christopher was ordered to return to 14 for a hearing. ordered to stay the same Quincy building as aad the alleged vic- on also was or- to submit test. who faces up in prison, is Unlawful sexual and oral copula- a juvenile. to determine two men will be the allega- not been sched- d;d;  yen if I didn't win, the process of the imcompetition was really awesome." Amber Wood Scholarship winner submitted their personality inter- views and their fair interviews. Thursday night opened with a group production number. The con- testants modeled live in evening gowns and answered one-minute questions on community service. When the girls weren't on stage, they were kept off stage in a sound- proof room. Friday evening featured extem- poraneous speeches and the talent competition. Wood gave a speech entitled "Life's a Dance," a motiva- tional speech on circumstances. Wood said she will deliver the speech July 19 at the Miss Lassen County Pageant. On Saturday, the contestants at- tended the scholarship luncheon and were given special awards. Wood said she earned her highest score on the personality interview and was awarded a $1,500 scholar- ship as the competition's first run- ner-up. Wood generated some controver- sy last year when she won both the Rodeo Queen and Miss Lassen County titles. The rules have been changed, so a contestant can never hold both titles again, making Wood the first and the last girl to do so. "It went really good," Wood said of holding both titles. "I got to do a lot more holding both titles than I would have with only one. I think it was a good idea, although it was quite a challenge. I handled it fine. Sometimes at a rodeo I was also able to appear as Miss Lassen County. There were some small events where it was a conflict, though." Get the Times for your loved one. Call 257-$321. county fea,rful of loss IIIII III Says tax shift takes about 45 years tures and single-family home prices equaling only 70-per- cent of those outside the pro- ject area. Huffman said Main Street commercial space rents for less than $1 a square foot. In the Sierra shopping center, rents approach $3 a square foot. "We're looking at 1,600 jobs that could be created as part of redevelopment in this community," he said, though the Urban Futures report lists only general categories of improvement projects to local streets, roads and buildings Redevelopment will gener- ate $49 million to improve the city economy, Huffman said, along with $17 million Watch for your name.... .Congratulations! Bob St(me of Susviile You have won 2 FREE p to Sierra Theatre or Uptov,[ Cinema. You have 7 days from this publica- tion to stop by the Las.n County Times at 800 Main Street and pick them up. Winners are picked at random from the Times mailing list. for low-income housing pro- jects and $22 million for community development pro- jects. "It sounds like there's no downside," said Dean Beck- ett, a resident of Dayton, Nev., who owns the Garlic Fields in northeast Su- sanville. "There must be some." Logan Olds, the new gen- eral manager of the Su- sanville Consolidated Sani- tary District expressed con- corn that the agency and the council axe too tightly linked. The council sits as the agency board. It closed the public hearing without tak- ing any action. The board will take up the issue again at a special meeting on at 6 p.m. on Wednesday, July 12. i Held over thru at least 7/20 " Sierra Theatre: I i CHICKEN RUN II 7:00 & 8:45 (G) I _ Daily Discount Matinee 1:15 I i Uptown Cinemas: | SORRY NO PASSESI I I THEPATRIOT I _" 7:30 (R) : I Daily Discount Matinee 1:301 SORRY NO PASSES/ Ii THE PERFECT STORM 6:45 & 9:15 (PG-13) I Daily Discount Matinee 2:151  ; SCARY MOVIE I I 7:00 a 8:45 (R) = I Daily Discount Matinee 1:451 ! I ME, MYSELF & IRENE I Thru 7/13 = "Daily Discount Matinee 2:00 "_ I 7/14-20 9:00 I DAY i Daily Discunt Matinee 2:45 i SPA l -ALSO- I I THE ADVENTURES OF i I ROCKY & BULLWlNKLE I I at Sierra Theatre thru 7/13 1 I 7:15 & 9:10 (PG) I 1 Then moves to Uptown I 7/14 - 20 at 7:15 only I u Daily Discount Matinee 1:00 = I STARTS FRIDAY 7/14 I I Sierra Theatre i X-MEN I 7,15 & 9:15(PG-13) I m"m  n t n ml mum IH IIII II II Advertising is NOT an expense... Advertising is an 00s/mJff, I IIII IIIII II IIII I Great cam IBN No BIIBSSIII00 8. ..... 2100 Mill Slreet 775-333-8075 www.thrifb/reno.co II I IIII I IIIIIII Double Your Minutes for only $5 m0P-* DigiJ Regiop C=ntn Plan: New customers who activate on a Digital 829.99 ]]t, gi.9.. Plan will receive double the anytime minutes for 85 more per nonth.Customers will receive 300 anytime minute& There are no roaming or long distance charges in CA/IW. Customers will receive free volcemalL . Offer available for the life of the plan. HOURS: ] MON-FRI: 9 a.m. - 5:30 p.m. SAT: 10 a.m. - 4 p.m. Diverse veriwress E L E C T R 0 N I C S 2855 Main St. I I IIIIII !County Times BR]   Tuesday, July 11,2000 lEA held two LaS00,( n titles, one for county's fair, one for city's rodeo. page 1 held in San Jose. girls were really nice," said an avid supporter of "I'd encourage to enter. It was a good experience for me, and I )ate in things I never participated in. Even if win, the process of the com- L was really awesome." said the girls got to know g a Sunday dinner. again for lunch on Mon- attended leadership work- at afternoon. Uesday the contestants a statewide talent competi- the Alameda County Fair. y, the contestants from page 1 short of redevelop- Urban Futures "generalities and lit- data and evidence" evidence supporting in the pro- redevelopment re- :cOrapleted for the city. submitted a 200-page docu- seeks to refute the light in redevelopment Envi- Impact Report Futures Plan. Submitted five hours with the same the county the redevel- Gene Albaugh, urged the council no action before re- the material from an said the project covers most of Y except the areas newest buildings, Substantial evidence He cited examples stagnant property eteriorated struc- incy lncy men accused assaulting juve- Were released last by Judge Ira against the two slmitar because the offenses occurred Same and un- A. Thomas, who is as Robert Gon- released June 30 condition that he July 14 fr a also ordered the Thomas to stay the alleged juve- and the Quincy building where god offense took a also told to abstain from-al- who faces up to in state prison, of unlawful sexu- and sexual as- Christopher was ordered to return to 14 for a hearing. ordered to stay the same Quincy building as aad the alleged vic- on also was or- to submit test. who faces up in prison, is Unlawful sexual and oral copula- a juvenile. to determine two men will be the allega- not been sched- d;d;  yen if I didn't win, the process of the imcompetition was really awesome." Amber Wood Scholarship winner submitted their personality inter- views and their fair interviews. Thursday night opened with a group production number. The con- testants modeled live in evening gowns and answered one-minute questions on community service. When the girls weren't on stage, they were kept off stage in a sound- proof room. Friday evening featured extem- poraneous speeches and the talent competition. Wood gave a speech entitled "Life's a Dance," a motiva- tional speech on circumstances. Wood said she will deliver the speech July 19 at the Miss Lassen County Pageant. On Saturday, the contestants at- tended the scholarship luncheon and were given special awards. Wood said she earned her highest score on the personality interview and was awarded a $1,500 scholar- ship as the competition's first run- ner-up. Wood generated some controver- sy last year when she won both the Rodeo Queen and Miss Lassen County titles. The rules have been changed, so a contestant can never hold both titles again, making Wood the first and the last girl to do so. "It went really good," Wood said of holding both titles. "I got to do a lot more holding both titles than I would have with only one. I think it was a good idea, although it was quite a challenge. I handled it fine. Sometimes at a rodeo I was also able to appear as Miss Lassen County. There were some small events where it was a conflict, though." Get the Times for your loved one. Call 257-$321. county fea,rful of loss IIIII III Says tax shift takes about 45 years tures and single-family home prices equaling only 70-per- cent of those outside the pro- ject area. Huffman said Main Street commercial space rents for less than $1 a square foot. In the Sierra shopping center, rents approach $3 a square foot. "We're looking at 1,600 jobs that could be created as part of redevelopment in this community," he said, though the Urban Futures report lists only general categories of improvement projects to local streets, roads and buildings Redevelopment will gener- ate $49 million to improve the city economy, Huffman said, along with $17 million Watch for your name.... .Congratulations! Bob St(me of Susviile You have won 2 FREE p to Sierra Theatre or Uptov,[ Cinema. You have 7 days from this publica- tion to stop by the Las.n County Times at 800 Main Street and pick them up. Winners are picked at random from the Times mailing list. for low-income housing pro- jects and $22 million for community development pro- jects. "It sounds like there's no downside," said Dean Beck- ett, a resident of Dayton, Nev., who owns the Garlic Fields in northeast Su- sanville. "There must be some." Logan Olds, the new gen- eral manager of the Su- sanville Consolidated Sani- tary District expressed con- corn that the agency and the council axe too tightly linked. The council sits as the agency board. It closed the public hearing without tak- ing any action. The board will take up the issue again at a special meeting on at 6 p.m. on Wednesday, July 12. i Held over thru at least 7/20 " Sierra Theatre: I i CHICKEN RUN II 7:00 & 8:45 (G) I _ Daily Discount Matinee 1:15 I i Uptown Cinemas: | SORRY NO PASSESI I I THEPATRIOT I _" 7:30 (R) : I Daily Discount Matinee 1:301 SORRY NO PASSES/ Ii THE PERFECT STORM 6:45 & 9:15 (PG-13) I Daily Discount Matinee 2:151  ; SCARY MOVIE I I 7:00 a 8:45 (R) = I Daily Discount Matinee 1:451 ! I ME, MYSELF & IRENE I Thru 7/13 = "Daily Discount Matinee 2:00 "_ I 7/14-20 9:00 I DAY i Daily Discunt Matinee 2:45 i SPA l -ALSO- I I THE ADVENTURES OF i I ROCKY & BULLWlNKLE I I at Sierra Theatre thru 7/13 1 I 7:15 & 9:10 (PG) I 1 Then moves to Uptown I 7/14 - 20 at 7:15 only I u Daily Discount Matinee 1:00 = I STARTS FRIDAY 7/14 I I Sierra Theatre i X-MEN I 7,15 & 9:15(PG-13) I m"m  n t n ml mum IH IIII II II Advertising is NOT an expense... Advertising is an 00s/mJff, I IIII IIIII II IIII I Great cam IBN No BIIBSSIII00 8. ..... 2100 Mill Slreet 775-333-8075 www.thrifb/reno.co II I IIII I IIIIIII Double Your Minutes for only $5 m0P-* DigiJ Regiop C=ntn Plan: New customers who activate on a Digital 829.99 ]]t, gi.9.. Plan will receive double the anytime minutes for 85 more per nonth.Customers will receive 300 anytime minute& There are no roaming or long distance charges in CA/IW. Customers will receive free volcemalL . Offer available for the life of the plan. HOURS: ] MON-FRI: 9 a.m. - 5:30 p.m. SAT: 10 a.m. - 4 p.m. Diverse veriwress E L E C T R 0 N I C S 2855 Main St. I I IIIIII