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Business Scene for the week of 9/20/17


The Locker Room Sports Grill in Chester won third place honors from the website OnlyInYourState.com for restaurants in Northern California under the category of ‘Best Sandwich Ever’ for their veggie sandwich. The website described the sandwich as being full of tasty flavors, calling it a “cathartic experience, although that might have been the garlic fries,” it read. The Locker Room specializes in pizza, burgers and custom sandwiches. For over four years it has been family owned and operated by Millard Ralph and his wife Cheri and their daughter Jerilyn,


Greenhorn Creek Guest Ranch’s season ending albeit mouthwatering all-you-can-eat Friday night ribs and chicken barbecue comes to an end with the season finale Friday, Sept. 29. Last chance this year to bring the family and friends out for great food and lots of fun and games, including line dancing, horseshoes, horseback and wagon rides, bonfire sing-a-long and more. Reservations are appreciated: 283-0930.


Karen and Stephen at Quincy’s Main Street Sports Bar & Lounge are all set for patrons to enjoy Sunday’s NFL football games on their big screen TVs. During the morning game they are serving biscuits and gravy until noon followed by burgers and brews until 6 p.m. Monday and Thursday night games are also being broadcast. By the way, make a note on your calendar to see the upcoming ‘Spooky Vaudeville Show’ on Friday, Sept. 29, in the upstairs lounge.


Twelve years ago, Mary Cheek began her practice in Chester as a certified public accountant. In all, she has 26 years of providing financial services for both individuals and businesses. Mary and her assistant, Jody Syfrett, offer accounting, tax preparation and other financial services tailored to the unique needs of each client, large or small. By regularly attending seminars and webinars, Mary says her firm remains on the cutting edge of the ever-changing world of tax law and accounting.

Gary and Bee have owned Sweet Lorraine’s — the iconic lunch and dinner house on Main Street in downtown Quincy — for 12 years. Chef Gary does a consistently remarkable job putting his special culinary touches on every single dish, whether it’s his sandwiches and daily lunch specials or his mouthwatering steaks, seafood and pasta on the restaurant’s classic dinner menu.

For 42 years Connie Kunsman operates Connie’s Place on Highway 70 just west of Portola. It’s a secondhand store with a treasure trove of antiques, furniture, household items, collectibles, books and jewelry with new items arriving on a regular basis. Also at the same location is Kunsman Fence, serving Plumas, Lassen, Nevada and Sierra counties with virtually every type of residential, commercial and industrial fencing product — where no job is too big or too small!

Mr. B’s Auto recently celebrated its 26th anniversary. With nearly 50 years of experience (26 in Quincy) and advanced training in the auto care industry, owner John Bremel and his crew are equipped to handle all your automotive repair needs. The shop is located off Lee Road at 213 Danny Court.

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