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21B Tuesday, Nov. 6, 2007 Lassen County Times, Westwood PinePress Students share stories Selected Meadow View stu- dents had the opportunity to read their writing composi- tions during special assem- blies held on Nov. 1. Students received certifi- cates and Pizza Factory gift certificates for their efforts. Thestudents selected to read in the assembly are: Llnda Hartrum's class: Ben Bake, Laura Friend, Jacob Autenrieb and Bailey Lawton. Penny Carrigan's class: Devon Stovall, Derek Selsor, Trystin Jensen and William Baker. Debbie Transue's class: Weston Babb, Alexandria Antonucci and Tristan McNaUey. Linda Erway's class: Allen Miller, Emmaleigh Bake and Cheyenne Knigge. Lynda Jackson's class: Garrett Lewis, Bailey Olsen and Vanessa Svendsen. Lynda Moore's class: Riley Behm, Dominic Phelps, Victoria Prewitt and Trinity Smith. Linda Dunn's class: Ona Fechtig, McKenna McCullough, Makayla McElrath and Will Ashmore. Judy Dewar's class: Noah Schriver, Grady Wilder, Landon Bennett and Skyler Sobol. , Maryel Roberts' class: Emma Carter, Joe Hill, Joshuah Farley. Becka Holmes' class: Kate Audette, Wyatt Gregor, Damon Buff find Ellie Laine. Judy Carr's class: Jessica Nobles, Hudson Northrup, and Samantha Averill. Meadow View School student Tristan McNalley gets help with the microphone from his teacher, Debbie Transue, as he reads his story about his vacation. McNalley, along with other Meadow View students, was selected to read his story during a special Young Authors assembly on Thursday, Nov. 1. Photo by Ruth Ellis : Fair looking for participants for annual Festival of Lights The Lassen County Fair will be holding its annual Festival of Lights during the month of December. The fair is gearing up for another suc- cessful year and is looking for participants. Any company, club or orga- nization is welcome to spon- sor a light display for the evenL The event is a great way for an organization or club to make money or donate time to the community, but this year, only those who partici- pate in making a light display will be able to sign up to col- lect gate money. Money will be collected on a donation basis. Participants may set up their displays from Tuesday, Nov. 27 through Thursday, Nov. 29. For more information or to view photos from previous Festival of Lights, visit lassencountyfa r, org. Applications are due in the Lassen County Fair Office by 5 p.m. on Friday, Nov. 16. Just.in for the bird hunter Bird n Lite Vests Candlicious -triple scented & clean burning Crackling wicks - sounds like the fireplace oil en [m Increases Sam Williams News Editor swilliarns@lassennews.com Fall enrollment at Lassen Community College increased by about 100 full- time student equivalents, an increase of 13.9 percent over last year's figures. The college receives its apportionment funding from the state based on the number of FTEs it serves. Although enrollment was down slightly during the sec- ond half of the summer ses- sion -- numbers reflected in this year's enrollment figures -- the college's year-to-date enrollment is up by 78 FTEs compared to last year. Gary Templeton, LCC's dean of student services, said the college's enrollment remained steady in several categories tracked by the col- year lege, including general enroll- ment and students still in high school taking college classes. He said the number of students in penal instittitions taking classes increased slightly this year. Much of the increase in enrollment was due to more athletes attending the college, Templeton said. The college's 2007-2008 bud- get is based ona total enroll- ment of 1,500 FTEs. Last year's enrollment was slight- ly lower at 1,470 FTEs. According to Templeton, if the trend continues through the spring semester and the first half of the summer ses- sion, the college could exceed its budget predictions by about 70 FTEs. "Right now, we're looking pretty good," Templeton said. Gunsmithing program gets NRA endorsement Last week marked an important milestone in the road back for Lassen Community College. On Monday, Oct. 29, Dr. Sherrill Amador and Dr. John Dixon from the Accrediting Commission for Community and Junior Colleges made an accredita- tion progress visit to the school and reported Lassen College had made great progress in many areas pre- viously reported as below standard. As Lassen President Dr. Douglas Houston points out, there is still much more to do, however, the school is on the right track and everyone at Lassen College is working towards that end proving that they can do what they say they are going to do. Again, the Gunsmithing Program has taken the school into the national spotlight. The American Rifleman ma as one schools for the National Rifle Association. Congratulations to the instructors who keep that fine program in the forefront. Also, additional kudos to Dave Trussel and his instruc- tors in the Fire Science Program. It has received official approval from the Chancellor's Office and the COLLEGE R.EPO1KT BILL NOONBERG California Postsecondary Education Commission and is rapidly moving forward on some new and innovative ideas that will expand it even more. All of these positive steps are examples of what your Lassen Qommunity College is accomplishing to help remain a vital part of the community. It is also important to have your input in what is needed to fill the needs of the resi- dents of the area. is here for a fully with many courses leading to an Associate Degree as well as courses that are fully trans- ferable to a four-year school. The administration, facul- ty and staff are committed to the students and their suc- cess. See what your school has to offer. There is meaning behind the slogan, "we are listening and we are grow- ing." DIVORCES Divorces Alan Driskell v Shawna Coger, tiled Oct. 29, married June 18, 2006. Kimberly R. Miller v James S. Miller, filed Oct 26 mar- ried June 18, 1983. Jeremiah C. Brooner v Jessica B. Brooner filed Oct. 19, married Jan. 29, 2005. 618 MAIN ST SUSANVILLE - 252-474;~ HOURS MON-FRI, 10-6 - SAT 10-5 iiiii iiiii ii ii Dwayne A. Yancey v Jennifer L. Yancey" filed Oct. 26, disso- lution of domestic partner- ship registered Aug. 1, 1999. Irene Kvasnak v David Kvasnak, filed Oct. 16, mar- ried May 28, 1957. I III I III On October 18, 2007 Lassen Community College filed an FCC 340 application permit for a resdrved channel noncommercial education Broadcast station, channel number: 215,90.9 MHz. A Copy of this application is available for public inspection (in the college library) during our regular business hours at: 478.200 Highway 139, Susanville, CA 96130. Individuals who wish to advise the FCC of facts relating to the station's eligibility should file comments and petitions with the FCC prior to Commission action on this application. 1. Applicant: Lassen Community College 2. Purpose: Construction Permit 3. Date submitted: 10118/2007 4. Call Letters: Not yet identified 5. The proposed station (class CO) will be located on the college campus, with the transmitting antennae on Schaffer Mountain at a height of 120 meters. Effective radiated power is 12 kW. A microwave link will provide point-to- point communication between the studio. I I I 515 Main Street, P.O. Box 589 Chester, CA 96020 Ph. (530)258-2220 Fax (530) 258-3383 GAS WOOD * PELLET STOVES FIREPLACES INSERTS ACCESSORIES * BBQ GRILLS MANTELS GARAGE DOORS Visit our showroom with burning pellet and wood stoves! Hour '," Tue. - Fri. .9-4 p.m. Sat. 9-2 p. m. : CA Lie. #884988 Amedca~ Favorite Garage Doo~s" I II II