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4A Tuesday, July 18, 2000 Farmer's Market, every Saturday Farmer's Market is held every Saturday, at 8 a.m. at the • Susanville Railroad Depot, 601 Richmond Rd., in Susanville, come early for the best selection. For information, growers and shoppers may call Tom Eilers, Market Manager, at 257-3063. Miclday walk down the Bizz Johnson Trail Every Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday, the Health Education Department of Northeastern Rural Health will lead a mid-day walk along the Bizz Johnson Trail from 12:15 - 1:15, leaving from the Depot. Any age group or level of fitness is welcome. Call Laraika Gibbs for more information at 257-6000. Wonderful Wednescy at the library, July 26 The summer reading program presents another Wonderful Wednesday at the library, the Turtles and Toads and Creeping things program. The Young Adult Library Group will be presenting a puppet show. There will be stories, music and crafts. This takes place on Wednesday, July 26, at 2 p.m. at the Susanville IAbrary. Drop by the library to sign up. For more information, call Sheryll at 251-8127. Don't miss giddle Day at the Fair, July 20 Kids are invited to participate in the Kiddie Day Parade and Kiddie Day at the fair. The parade will start promptly at 10:30 a.m. July 20 and proceed from the Beauty Coral down the Fairway to the Ri- Tone stage. Children will be admitted free into the fair and New Horizons Skate Team, Bix Blaufuss and Tony Mote will be performing on the Ri-Tone stage from 11 a.m.- 12:30 p.m. A costume contest will be held at 12:30 p.m. McDonald's of Susanville will be providing free drinks for all. Parents must register their children at the Parks and Recreation office located at 75 N. Weatherlow St. Entries must be submitted by July 17. For more information call 257-1035. lird Annual Fair Parade Broad, July 22 The third annual Fair Parade Breakfast is being served before the parade at 7 a.m.at the Masonic Lodge across from the Post Office. Menu: Scrambled eggs, pancakes, sausage, orange juice and coffee or milk. The cost is $4 for adults, $2.50 for children. The breakfast is sponsored by the Masonic Temple Association. Hike and Lunch trip to Burney Falls, July 25 Join City Parks and Recreation and the Lassen County Transportation Commission, the sponsors of a Hike and Lunch trip to Burney Falls. The trip is Wednesday, July 25, from 9 a.m. to 5:15 p.m. Parents can register their children at the Parks and Recreation office at 75 N. Weatherlow, Monday-Friday from 8 a.m. - 5 p.m. The cost is $12.50 per child, and the ages are 9 - 16. For more information call 257- 1035. Lassen County Building Division Invites any iateroatnd parties to a meeting, July 26 Lassen County Building Division is inviting Title Companies, Mortgage Companies, Real Estate Brokers, Banks, Manufactured Home Dealers and any interested ..... parties to a meeting at the upstairs conference room located at 707 Nevada Street on Wednesday, July 26, 2000, at 10 a.m. with Dan Rivers, Northern California Director, California State Department of Housing and Community Development (HCD). He will be discussing procedures and paperwork affecting HCD Form 433(A), Installation of a Manuctured Home on a Foundation System, and the "Chatte[ Foundation System." This information does effect closing of escrow for manufactured homes. If you have any questions call 251- 8269. FieM trip to Davis Creek, July 28, 29 and 30 The Lassen Gem and Mineral Society is sponsoring a field trip to Davis Creek July 28.30. They will depart from the Grocery Outlet's parking area at 8 a.m., unless otherwise notifzed. Field Trip Chairman Jim Lytjen, 257- 3248; President Jim Peterson, 257-6874; Secretary Jackie Woodson, 257-3406. Serving Susanville & Honey Lake Valley Published: Every Tuesday morning by Feather Publishing Co., Inc. • Office Location and houri: 80{) Main Street, Susanville, CA 96130 Office is open Mon.-Fri., 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Mailing address: 800 Main Street, Susanville, CA 96130 How to contact us: All departments: (530) 257-5321. FAX: (530) 257-0408. E-Mail LCTimes@TheGdd.net Web Site LassenNews.Com Ownerldl/p and Heritage: Established Oct. 18, 1978, the Lassen County Times is PaUbl shed weekly by Feather Pub ishing Co., Inc. It is part of the Feather Publishing mi y of newspapers serving Plumas and Lassen counties. Deadlines: Display Advertis no" Thursday 4 p m.; Classified Display - Wednesday 4 p.m; Classified R'eader - Monday 10 a.rn.; News: Friday Noon; Legals: Thursday 3 p.m. To Subscribe: Call (530) 257-5321 or come to the Times office, or use the handy coupon below, or send e-mail to LCTimes@TheGrid.net Adjudication: The Lassen County Times is adjudiCated a legal newspaper by Supe- rior Court Decree No. 15466 and qualified for publication of matters required by law to be published in a newspaper. Postal Service: USPS No. 584-490. Periodicals postage paid at Susanville, CA. POSTMASTER: Send change of address orders to The Lassen County Times, 800 Main St., Susanville, CA 96130. Michael C. Taborski, Publisher Peter Itlmolim, General Manager Dave Moiler, Managing Editor Shayla Ashmere, City Editor Rob arockmeyer, Sports Editor Unda Zinko, Classified Patty Wvu, Composing Supervisor Rich Galyen, Circulation Manager Subscription Order Form Lasn County Timos 800 Main Street, Susanviile, CA 96130 Please enter my subeption  ------ years. Enclosed flml my check for $. In County S2O per yr. • Out of State SM per yr. in California $30 per yr. Name__ k City, State, Zip_.________ • Subrlptions e.an be transhNrred, bvt not refunded. Lassen County News Millennium Memories at By Woody rgan -.. Staff Wnter + The fun that is the L,sen County Fair first began more than 100 years and many mem- ories ago. And beginning Wednesday, July 19, you can add to those memories when the 2000 edi- tion opens its gates to a week of fun, fans and friends. The unofficial opening of the Lassen County Fair was Mon- day, with the judging of the baked goods, floriculture and agriculture exhibits in the open, Junior. FFA and 4-H cate- gories. Today at the fair it's the day of weigh-ins for swine, and live- stock including beef and sheep. At 5 p.m. the 4-H barbecue is planned at the Ri-Tone Stage. The official ribbon cutting ceremony signifying the open- ing of the 2000 Lassen County Fair will be held at 10 a.m., Wednesday, July 19, at the Smokey Bear Park entrance gate. Wednesday at the fair is Spe- cial Peoples Day with many ac- tivities planned. At noon there is a Rotary Luncheon on the North Grand- stand lawn with Carol Jean COx performing. On the RI-Tone stage Gloria Leno will be performing a mid- die eastern dance program. At 1 p.m. the Midway of Fun Carnival Opens. The Miss Lassen County Pageant will be held on the main grandstand stage begin- ning at 8 p.m.. It's Kiddie Day at the Fair on Thursday with a Kiddie's Day parade scheduled at 10:30 a.m. Plus many other activities are set at the RI-tone stage and throughout the fair. The evening is highlighted by the 4-H and FFA Horse Showmanship judging at ap- proximately 5:30 at the pavil- ion. The True Value Country Showdown is scheduled for the main grandstand. Plus several other musical groups will be performing throughout the day on the RI-Tone stage. Friday is Old Timers Day. At noon the Lassen County Girl Friday Luncheon is set. At I p.m. The Old Timers Cel- ebration will be held at the Bekin Stage with the announce- ment of the 2000 Old Timers of the Year award being handed out. Plus, Susanville's "Better Daze" kicks off a full day of mu- sic and entertainment on the RiTone stage. At 7:30 p.m., country star To- by Keith performs on the main grandstand stage. Saturday, June 22, is Ranch- ers Day at the Lassen County Fair. Some of the Ranchers Day ac- tivities include team branding and roping in the at 9 a.m. At 10 a.m. it's Lassen turing Grand Chapman. The Parade of livestock and will be handed out aii In the evening on grandstand Light Rock ing "The Nelsons." The twin sons Nelson will perfortn t to their father play some of The f'mal day be Sunday, June Family Day. It's also free gate! day at the The begin at 5 p.m. Bulls Tour-B2K getS with bull riding at Grandstand Arena. JDX Country Showdown features local The True Value Country Showdown will be presented Thursday, July 20, at 7:30 p.m. sponsored by 93.3 JDX. The participants are: • Jason Whee]er from Su- sanville will be singing "I Should Have Been a Cowboy" and "Go Rest High." • Ranita Chambers from Red Bluff will be singing "Any Man of Mine" and "'If you Came I Back From Heaven." • Theresa Crowther, from Susanville will be singing (Original songs) "Why" and "Little Black Dress." • Justin Daugherty from Vina, will be performing "I Can Still Make Cheyenne" and "When Did You Stop Loving Me." • Patricia Tissot from Chester will sing an original song, "Livin' Fancy Free" and "Am I The Only Thing You've Done Wrong?" • Larry and Robert Rentfrow from Westwood will be per- forming "Seminol Wind" and "Fire on the Mountain." • Taryn Leishman from Gri- dley will be singing "Un- chained Melody" and "Ten Thousand Angels." • Sharron McAtee from Su- sanville will be Last • Holly sanville will be bye Earl" and Wings." • Mark Galle: Moss from performing "Walk To The Don't Love You." !i  iii:ii!!!iii!i!iiii!i!  • ..... iii?+ Roadwork scheduled through Saturday, July 22, in Lassen County is as follows: • Hwy. 36 - Pavement re- pair operations underway Ju- ly 17 - 20 on Fredonyer Moun. tain, (Monday) and Su- sanville to Johnstonvitle (Tuesday - Thursday). One- way traffic control from 8 a.m. - 4:30 p.m. Delays, up to 15 minutes. • Hwy. 44 - Construction to widen Hwy. 44 from the Boga- rd Rest Area to the junction of Hwys. 44/36 will continue Monday - Saturday, 6 a.m. - 6 p.m. One-way traffic con- trolled by changeable mes- sage sings, flaggers and pilot cars. Delays, averaging 20 minutes. Anticipated comple- tion is December. • Hwy. 139 - Parade Satur- day, July 22, from 10 a.m. - 1 p.m., Main Street between North Lassen and Fair Drive. Detour available. • Hwy. 139 Sll pair operations formed from Road to six miles Termo County 20. One-way between 8 a.m. Delays, 10 minuteS. All The Nifty Products, Without The Hefty Co If You Live or Work in Lassen County, You' re Eligible to Ioin The Golden 1. Quality financial services don't have to come at a high cost. The Golden 1 members a complete services--and you're eligible to join live or work in Lassen County. As a membeg you'll have access to low-cost checking accounts. ATM Cards. Low-rate loans. Account Internet or phone. High-yield savings. low-rate VISA cards. Our # 1 The Golden I is to offer our members the value, quality, and selection they from a financial institution. Find out how Golden I membership benefit you and your family. Simply visit our friendly staff at The Golden 1 Susanville Office to join. Susanville - 2942 Main Street Federally insured by NCUA www.goldenl.com CRF.JDIT UNION California's Leading Credit The Golden 1 Credit Union is a membership fin,mdal coopezafive. To find out if Member Service Call  at (916) 732-20 or toll flee at 14r]7-GOLDEN 1. 4A Tuesday, July 18, 2000 Farmer's Market, every Saturday Farmer's Market is held every Saturday, at 8 a.m. at the • Susanville Railroad Depot, 601 Richmond Rd., in Susanville, come early for the best selection. For information, growers and shoppers may call Tom Eilers, Market Manager, at 257-3063. Miclday walk down the Bizz Johnson Trail Every Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday, the Health Education Department of Northeastern Rural Health will lead a mid-day walk along the Bizz Johnson Trail from 12:15 - 1:15, leaving from the Depot. Any age group or level of fitness is welcome. Call Laraika Gibbs for more information at 257-6000. Wonderful Wednescy at the library, July 26 The summer reading program presents another Wonderful Wednesday at the library, the Turtles and Toads and Creeping things program. The Young Adult Library Group will be presenting a puppet show. There will be stories, music and crafts. This takes place on Wednesday, July 26, at 2 p.m. at the Susanville IAbrary. Drop by the library to sign up. For more information, call Sheryll at 251-8127. Don't miss giddle Day at the Fair, July 20 Kids are invited to participate in the Kiddie Day Parade and Kiddie Day at the fair. The parade will start promptly at 10:30 a.m. July 20 and proceed from the Beauty Coral down the Fairway to the Ri- Tone stage. Children will be admitted free into the fair and New Horizons Skate Team, Bix Blaufuss and Tony Mote will be performing on the Ri-Tone stage from 11 a.m.- 12:30 p.m. A costume contest will be held at 12:30 p.m. McDonald's of Susanville will be providing free drinks for all. Parents must register their children at the Parks and Recreation office located at 75 N. Weatherlow St. Entries must be submitted by July 17. For more information call 257-1035. lird Annual Fair Parade Broad, July 22 The third annual Fair Parade Breakfast is being served before the parade at 7 a.m.at the Masonic Lodge across from the Post Office. Menu: Scrambled eggs, pancakes, sausage, orange juice and coffee or milk. The cost is $4 for adults, $2.50 for children. The breakfast is sponsored by the Masonic Temple Association. Hike and Lunch trip to Burney Falls, July 25 Join City Parks and Recreation and the Lassen County Transportation Commission, the sponsors of a Hike and Lunch trip to Burney Falls. The trip is Wednesday, July 25, from 9 a.m. to 5:15 p.m. Parents can register their children at the Parks and Recreation office at 75 N. Weatherlow, Monday-Friday from 8 a.m. - 5 p.m. The cost is $12.50 per child, and the ages are 9 - 16. For more information call 257- 1035. Lassen County Building Division Invites any iateroatnd parties to a meeting, July 26 Lassen County Building Division is inviting Title Companies, Mortgage Companies, Real Estate Brokers, Banks, Manufactured Home Dealers and any interested ..... parties to a meeting at the upstairs conference room located at 707 Nevada Street on Wednesday, July 26, 2000, at 10 a.m. with Dan Rivers, Northern California Director, California State Department of Housing and Community Development (HCD). He will be discussing procedures and paperwork affecting HCD Form 433(A), Installation of a Manuctured Home on a Foundation System, and the "Chatte[ Foundation System." This information does effect closing of escrow for manufactured homes. If you have any questions call 251- 8269. FieM trip to Davis Creek, July 28, 29 and 30 The Lassen Gem and Mineral Society is sponsoring a field trip to Davis Creek July 28.30. They will depart from the Grocery Outlet's parking area at 8 a.m., unless otherwise notifzed. Field Trip Chairman Jim Lytjen, 257- 3248; President Jim Peterson, 257-6874; Secretary Jackie Woodson, 257-3406. Serving Susanville & Honey Lake Valley Published: Every Tuesday morning by Feather Publishing Co., Inc. • Office Location and houri: 80{) Main Street, Susanville, CA 96130 Office is open Mon.-Fri., 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Mailing address: 800 Main Street, Susanville, CA 96130 How to contact us: All departments: (530) 257-5321. FAX: (530) 257-0408. E-Mail LCTimes@TheGdd.net Web Site LassenNews.Com Ownerldl/p and Heritage: Established Oct. 18, 1978, the Lassen County Times is PaUbl shed weekly by Feather Pub ishing Co., Inc. It is part of the Feather Publishing mi y of newspapers serving Plumas and Lassen counties. Deadlines: Display Advertis no" Thursday 4 p m.; Classified Display - Wednesday 4 p.m; Classified R'eader - Monday 10 a.rn.; News: Friday Noon; Legals: Thursday 3 p.m. To Subscribe: Call (530) 257-5321 or come to the Times office, or use the handy coupon below, or send e-mail to LCTimes@TheGrid.net Adjudication: The Lassen County Times is adjudiCated a legal newspaper by Supe- rior Court Decree No. 15466 and qualified for publication of matters required by law to be published in a newspaper. Postal Service: USPS No. 584-490. Periodicals postage paid at Susanville, CA. POSTMASTER: Send change of address orders to The Lassen County Times, 800 Main St., Susanville, CA 96130. Michael C. Taborski, Publisher Peter Itlmolim, General Manager Dave Moiler, Managing Editor Shayla Ashmere, City Editor Rob arockmeyer, Sports Editor Unda Zinko, Classified Patty Wvu, Composing Supervisor Rich Galyen, Circulation Manager Subscription Order Form Lasn County Timos 800 Main Street, Susanviile, CA 96130 Please enter my subeption  ------ years. Enclosed flml my check for $. In County S2O per yr. • Out of State SM per yr. in California $30 per yr. Name__ k City, State, Zip_.________ • Subrlptions e.an be transhNrred, bvt not refunded. Lassen County News Millennium Memories at By Woody rgan -.. Staff Wnter + The fun that is the L,sen County Fair first began more than 100 years and many mem- ories ago. And beginning Wednesday, July 19, you can add to those memories when the 2000 edi- tion opens its gates to a week of fun, fans and friends. The unofficial opening of the Lassen County Fair was Mon- day, with the judging of the baked goods, floriculture and agriculture exhibits in the open, Junior. FFA and 4-H cate- gories. Today at the fair it's the day of weigh-ins for swine, and live- stock including beef and sheep. At 5 p.m. the 4-H barbecue is planned at the Ri-Tone Stage. The official ribbon cutting ceremony signifying the open- ing of the 2000 Lassen County Fair will be held at 10 a.m., Wednesday, July 19, at the Smokey Bear Park entrance gate. Wednesday at the fair is Spe- cial Peoples Day with many ac- tivities planned. At noon there is a Rotary Luncheon on the North Grand- stand lawn with Carol Jean COx performing. On the RI-Tone stage Gloria Leno will be performing a mid- die eastern dance program. At 1 p.m. the Midway of Fun Carnival Opens. The Miss Lassen County Pageant will be held on the main grandstand stage begin- ning at 8 p.m.. It's Kiddie Day at the Fair on Thursday with a Kiddie's Day parade scheduled at 10:30 a.m. Plus many other activities are set at the RI-tone stage and throughout the fair. The evening is highlighted by the 4-H and FFA Horse Showmanship judging at ap- proximately 5:30 at the pavil- ion. The True Value Country Showdown is scheduled for the main grandstand. Plus several other musical groups will be performing throughout the day on the RI-Tone stage. Friday is Old Timers Day. At noon the Lassen County Girl Friday Luncheon is set. At I p.m. The Old Timers Cel- ebration will be held at the Bekin Stage with the announce- ment of the 2000 Old Timers of the Year award being handed out. Plus, Susanville's "Better Daze" kicks off a full day of mu- sic and entertainment on the RiTone stage. At 7:30 p.m., country star To- by Keith performs on the main grandstand stage. Saturday, June 22, is Ranch- ers Day at the Lassen County Fair. Some of the Ranchers Day ac- tivities include team branding and roping in the at 9 a.m. At 10 a.m. it's Lassen turing Grand Chapman. The Parade of livestock and will be handed out aii In the evening on grandstand Light Rock ing "The Nelsons." The twin sons Nelson will perfortn t to their father play some of The f'mal day be Sunday, June Family Day. It's also free gate! day at the The begin at 5 p.m. Bulls Tour-B2K getS with bull riding at Grandstand Arena. JDX Country Showdown features local The True Value Country Showdown will be presented Thursday, July 20, at 7:30 p.m. sponsored by 93.3 JDX. The participants are: • Jason Whee]er from Su- sanville will be singing "I Should Have Been a Cowboy" and "Go Rest High." • Ranita Chambers from Red Bluff will be singing "Any Man of Mine" and "'If you Came I Back From Heaven." • Theresa Crowther, from Susanville will be singing (Original songs) "Why" and "Little Black Dress." • Justin Daugherty from Vina, will be performing "I Can Still Make Cheyenne" and "When Did You Stop Loving Me." • Patricia Tissot from Chester will sing an original song, "Livin' Fancy Free" and "Am I The Only Thing You've Done Wrong?" • Larry and Robert Rentfrow from Westwood will be per- forming "Seminol Wind" and "Fire on the Mountain." • Taryn Leishman from Gri- dley will be singing "Un- chained Melody" and "Ten Thousand Angels." • Sharron McAtee from Su- sanville will be Last • Holly sanville will be bye Earl" and Wings." • Mark Galle: Moss from performing "Walk To The Don't Love You." !i  iii:ii!!!iii!i!iiii!i!  • ..... iii?+ Roadwork scheduled through Saturday, July 22, in Lassen County is as follows: • Hwy. 36 - Pavement re- pair operations underway Ju- ly 17 - 20 on Fredonyer Moun. tain, (Monday) and Su- sanville to Johnstonvitle (Tuesday - Thursday). One- way traffic control from 8 a.m. - 4:30 p.m. Delays, up to 15 minutes. • Hwy. 44 - Construction to widen Hwy. 44 from the Boga- rd Rest Area to the junction of Hwys. 44/36 will continue Monday - Saturday, 6 a.m. - 6 p.m. One-way traffic con- trolled by changeable mes- sage sings, flaggers and pilot cars. Delays, averaging 20 minutes. Anticipated comple- tion is December. • Hwy. 139 - Parade Satur- day, July 22, from 10 a.m. - 1 p.m., Main Street between North Lassen and Fair Drive. Detour available. • Hwy. 139 Sll pair operations formed from Road to six miles Termo County 20. One-way between 8 a.m. Delays, 10 minuteS. All The Nifty Products, Without The Hefty Co If You Live or Work in Lassen County, You' re Eligible to Ioin The Golden 1. Quality financial services don't have to come at a high cost. The Golden 1 members a complete services--and you're eligible to join live or work in Lassen County. As a membeg you'll have access to low-cost checking accounts. ATM Cards. Low-rate loans. Account Internet or phone. High-yield savings. low-rate VISA cards. Our # 1 The Golden I is to offer our members the value, quality, and selection they from a financial institution. Find out how Golden I membership benefit you and your family. Simply visit our friendly staff at The Golden 1 Susanville Office to join. Susanville - 2942 Main Street Federally insured by NCUA www.goldenl.com CRF.JDIT UNION California's Leading Credit The Golden 1 Credit Union is a membership fin,mdal coopezafive. To find out if Member Service Call  at (916) 732-20 or toll flee at 14r]7-GOLDEN 1.