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Tour de Manure offers good times for a good cause

Feather Publishing
5/30/12

The annual Tour de Manure Metric Century in Sierra Valley spins into its fourth year Saturday, June 16. The tour welcomes all people looking for a bit of fun on a Saturday afternoon — not just cyclists, but also anyone who yearns for a delicious hot lunch, some foot-stomping tunes, and a browse along Sierraville’s commercial row — the Sierra Valley Feed Store and the Red Pony. This year, the finish line party will be bigger than ever.

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Fishing Report for the week of 5/30/2012


“The finest gift you can give to any fisherman is to put a good fish back, and who knows if the fish that you caught isn't someone else's gift to you?” Lee Wulff

Michael Condon
Staff Writer
mcondon@Plumasnews.com

 

This past week I was able to take my kayak to one of our many small lakes for a morning of fishing.

Before headed out, I checked the Fish and Game web site to see if this lake was on the list of lakes still being stocked by DF&G.  It turns out it is not.

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FRC men's rodeo team captures region

Shannon Morrow
Sports Editor
5/30/12

 

The Feather River College men’s rodeo team once again captured first place overall in the West Coast Region this season, winning by a large margin over the other six schools.

Feather River finished with 6,032 total points in the men’s division. Cal Poly San Luis Obispo and University of Nevada Las Vegas finished a distant second and third with 4,123 points and 4,106 points, respectively.

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Golf results for the week of 5/30/12

Feather Publishing
5/30/12

Graeagle Meadows Women’s Golf Club

The winning scores were very close last week. The Graeagle Meadows Women’s Golf Club played a team “Two Best Balls” game. The first place winners with a score of 125 were Cheryl Brennan, Holly Anderson, Dink Rife and Judy Porep-Lullo. With a score of 126 the second place team was comprised of Kathy Sipel, Alaine Flynn, Diane Trainor and Gail Arterburn. Jacquie McMaster, Barbara Crist, Dee Walker and Jay Fisher took third place with a score of 127.

Jacquie McMaster, Barbara Crist, Jay Fisher, Debbie Peterson, Wanda Wideriksen, Judy Porep-Lullo and Susie Wiese had chip-ins.

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Sprint cars and more provide family entertainment

Larry F. Douglas
AVS_sports

Terry Schank Jr. reached speeds of more than 70 miles per hour to win first place in the sprint car exhibition at American Valley Speedway last Saturday night, May 19. Photo by Dan McGee

American Valley Speedway

The Saturday night races of May 19 offered an evening of family entertainment and family supporters. Families and teams came from Susanville and Reno-Sparks to the points races of DART Dwarf cars and IMCA Modified cars. American Valley Speedway’s staff were pleased to see the return of favorites like Bill Pearson. Unfortunately, he hit the wall in turn one preventing him from competing in the main event.

We saw track manager Curt Nieman come out of racing retirement to help his son Chase keep in the points race in the Dwarf class. We saw a preview of the speed and performance of Sprint cars. The California Civil War Sprint Car Series is coming June 16.

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