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Zone V open for woodcutting

Monday, July 6, 2015 — The Eagle Lake Ranger District of Lassen National Forest will open up additional areas in Zone V (5) to fuelwood cutting starting Saturday, July 4.
    The area being opened encompasses the intersection of County Road A1 with the zone boundary (Spaulding area), proceeding south on A1 to the intersection of Forest Road 21 (32N02), then proceeding west to County Road 105. From County Road 105, the boundary continues along 34N02 to the Mosquito Flat drainage, northwest to the district boundary, following the district boundary back to County Road A1.
    This area is featured on the updated Fuelwood Cutting Map, available at the Eagle Lake Ranger District office, and woodcutters are urged to check the map to ensure they are cutting in permissible areas.

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Parade theme honors veterans

Monday, July 6, 2015 — The organizers of the 2015 Paul Bunyan Mountain and Blues Festival Parade on Saturday, July 11, have picked a theme: “Honoring our Vets Young and Old.”
    Those participating in the parade are encouraged to decorate floats, cars, motorcycles and all entries in patriotic red, white and blue, said Diana DesFosses, one of the organizers.
    It is a fitting theme, because Parade Grand Marshall Ken Sawyer served in the United States Marine Corps and is a Vietnam veteran.

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Rescue raises funds for homeless pets

Sunday, July 5, 2015 — High Sierra Animal Rescue will be hosting its 13th annual Bow-Wow fundraising event from 5 to 10 p.m. Saturday, July 18 at the beautiful Nakoma Golf Resort.
    Dinner, prepared by Nakoma Golf Resort, will include tri-tip, chicken, a vegetarian option and more,
including dessert.
    Thanks to the continued generosity of many local and out-of-the-area businesses, raffle drawings and a silent auction will take place.

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Eagle Lake water levels may reach historic low

Sunday, July 5, 2015 — Based on records and data kept by one local resident, Eagle Lake’s water level will drop to a historic low this summer.
    Doc Bateson measured the water level at 5,091.83 feet on June 20, which he said is down four inches from three weeks ago in May.
    “If it continues at that rate, it will break that all-time record by Aug. 5,” he said.
    Bateson, a board certified chiropractic orthopedic specialist, keeps a chart of the lake’s water levels dating back to 1890 on a wall in his practice.     

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Director to pursue degree

Sunday, July 5, 2015 — In August, Desiree Naseath will leave her position of five years as director of the Westwood Family Resource Center to pursue a degree in sociology with an emphasis on social services at the University of California, Davis.
    A $2,500 scholarship from the California State Chapter of the Philanthropic Educational Organization, referred to as P.E.O., will help her as she pursues a career in research. The Ethel O. Gardner Scholarship is awarded to California women who have finished two years of college and are attending an accredited college or university. This spring Naseath graduated from Lassen Community College with an associate of science degree in human services and an associate of arts degree in university studies with an emphasis in social science. Selection for the P.E.O. scholarship is based on a student’s scholastic, character and activities record and financial need.

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