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Native plant group plans two North State outings

Feather Publishing
8/8/2014

The Mount Lassen Chapter of the California Native Plant Society has two more North State outings planned for August. Participants meet at the Chico park and ride west lot, but residents from other areas are welcome to arrange alternate meeting locations and times. To do so, contact the outing leader.

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Golf Results for the week of 8/8/2014

LACC Women’s Golf

Club Champion players teed up July 29 for the third and final day of the tournament with a field of 11. Kathy Roseler had to drop out because of an injury. Competing were Maggie Fleming, Lee Hunter, Jessie King, Carol Lunsford, Darlene Donaldson, Kathy Fuller, Karen Schmidt, Linda Yaap, Joan D’Angelo, Jean Rolls and Joan Johnson. The results will be announced at the end-of-season Captain & Crew party in August.

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California Outdoors for the week of 8/8/2014

Carrie Wilson
California Department of Fish and Wildlife

Ingenious or illegal?

Question: I am going over abalone laws again for any details that I may have missed and I have one quick question.

Measuring devices: You must have a fixed-arm measuring gauge, capable of spanning an abalone’s shell. It is a violation to take an abalone when not in possession of a gauge, even if the abalone is legal-sized.

As you can see in this picture, the gauge is part of the ab iron. Since it has a fixed-arm that is capable of measuring abalone, I assume this gauge is legal. I just wanted to confirm since I am hearing that people are being approached for this type of gauge. Thanks.

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Quincy High boys attend final summer basketball camp

Mike Woodley
Special to Feather Publishing
8/1/2014

On July 19 – 20, Quincy’s varsity boys basketball team traveled to Antelope to compete in a two-day camp against some of the larger schools of the Sac-Joaquin section. This was yet another chapter in the “David vs. Goliath” saga of summer basketball for the Trojans.

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