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Marysville Appeal Democrat (Newspaper) - June 3, 2015, Marysville, California Wednesday. June 3,2015 local App fial Democrat a3 Wheatland High walking tour will assess needs measure u funded $9m of $30m by Kirk Barron Corn a Parent Community group is organizing a walking tour of Wheatland High today to identify and prioritize ways they can help refurbish and improve the building constructed in 1961. While the school received a $9 minion Bond through measure u in 2013 to improve infrastructure that was we Short of the estimated $30 million needed to bring the school All the Way up to 2015 standards said or. Vie Ramos principal and superintendent. Measure u Money is being used to replace aging pipes remodel bathrooms and for other functional upgrades but fading paint and other issues remain Ramos said. The Wear and tear of 54 years of use inspired a group of about 30 parents to form pirate Pride to try and fill in the gaps around the measure u restoration. Ramos and assistant principal Lynne Tafoya will guide the tour and show volunteers what projects need to be done. It begins at 5 45 . In the High school Quad and refreshments will be provided. Wheatland alumnus and Bear River Middle school teacher Johnnie Guynes Thompson helped form pirate Pride after her son began attending As a freshman in the 2013-14 school year. A i knew it had become a Little run Down and needed some upgrading so this year is when a group of parents decided we need to do this a Guynes Thompson said. The group will tackle projects such As painting and landscaping with the goal of enriching the Pride the students and Community have in the school Guynes Thompson said. Student involvement is a top priority for pirate Pride and they already have student volunteers expressing interest. Wheatland offers horticulture Wood working and Metal shop at the school and Guynes Thompson said she Hopes to get those students involved. Quot we want to get them involved so they re empowered that it s their High school and they re taking care of it. When they see their own work they take after the tour. Pirate Pride will distribute sponsorship letters to businesses in Wheatland and they Are working with the school to put a donation Page on the schools website. The funds and supplies raised will go directly to the pirate Pride project. Contact reporter Kirk Barron at 749-47%from the cover South Lindhurst graduation Colusa county Stop by your local child support office or Call 1 866-901-3212 to see How we can help you Colusa county child support services 217 9th str. Ste. A a Colusa Ca grads Here comes Linda county water District weighs options the Linda county water District is holding a Public hearing on proposed water restrictions and fines for water waste at 7 . Monday at the District office at 1280 Scales ave. The District is the Only local Agency yet to adopt a system of fines and or prohibited water uses. The proposed plan would limit outdoor irrigation to two Days a week and focus on preventing excess Runoff from outdoor watering by requiring All hoses to be fitted with an automatic shut off nozzle. Customers would also have to fix any leaks within 72 hours of notification said Doug Lofton general manager of the District. The first second and possibly third violation of these rules would result in a written notice but no Fine. Thereafter fines would Start at $100 and increase to $250 and $500. All other local water providers have already established plans. A in Marysville customers will be Given individual monthly water budgets. Exceeding the water budget will result in a written notice for the first violation. A second violation could bring a Fine of $50. A third violation will result in a $100 Fine. A fourth violation authorizes Cal water to install a flow restricting device on the customer s service line. In addition to possible fines a drought surcharge of $5.15 will also be applied for each unit of water used above a customer s budget although no surcharges will be issued in june. Outdoor irrigation is limited to three Days a week. Even numbered addresses can water on monday wednesday and saturday. Odd numbered addresses can water on sunday tuesday and thursday. Irrigation is not allowed Between 8 . And 6 pm. A the Olivehurst Public Utility District directors adopted a Resolution that establishes a Baseline consumption of 26 units of water per month for All residential customers. Any resident who exceeds that Baseline will be fined $25. Anyone who uses More than 45 units will pay a $60 penalty. A unit is 748 Gallons of water. Outdoor watering is limited to three Days. Even numbered addresses can water on wednesday Friday and sunday. Odd numbered addresses can irrigate on tuesday thursday and Friday. Watering is Only allowed Between 9 .-6 . A in Yuba City outdoor watering is limited to two Days a week even numbered addresses can water on wednesday and saturday. Odd numbered addresses can water on sunday and thursday. Outdoor watering is forbidden on monday tuesday and Friday the City has ramped up water patrols looking to enforce its water restrictions. A first violation results in a written notice fines Start at $50 for a second violation and increase to $100 and $250 for subsequent violations. Now enrolling for the 2015-2016 school year Cai of Mon into Mattor 530-742-2786 321 16th Street. Marysville Ca from a1 now she gets to Chase her dream of becoming an animator. A a in a proud of every body because we All worked hard and helped each other get to this Point a Zinda said. Another of the commencement speakers Sarah Huber said she was grateful for her time at South Lindhurst because the school focused on getting the students prepared for becoming Independent adults. A i feel like this is the Start of my future we re going into the real world now a Huber said. A not All schools teach you about real life during his emotional speech Jeffrey Donaldson said his classmates and teachers were a family that helped each other flourish. A nobody goes without and nobody gets he said. Contact reporter Kirk Barron at 749-47%. Usage area agencies look to meet Marks most water conscientious Region in the state trailing Only North Lahonta which reduced water use by almost 38 percent. The South coast Region continued to conserve the least reducing water consumption by Only 9 percent in april. The fair magic Story and photo by Susan Meeker magic is set to begin when the Colusa county fair opens on thursday. Animals Are weighed exhibits Are judged the big wheel at the carnival is up and fair organizers Are putting final touches on decorations and displays. A your exhibitors have really outdone themselves this year a said Niehues a Long time Volunteer. Livestock exhibitors pulled into the Colusa county Fairgrounds earlier this week getting ready for the biggest exposition and animal auction in Colusa county. The Fra and 4-h Avian show and Goat show was held tuesday. Fra and 4-h members will show Swine and rabbits this morning and the beef and sheep shows get underway first thing on thursday. This year s Colusa county mini miss will be crowned at 7 . Today at the Colusa county fair grandstands. Morgan Dennis Sierra Abel Reese Roper. Holley Hickel. Kiana Sanapaw Makayla Frias. America Montano and Man to Wilson will vie for the title of mini miss with the Winner and her court reigning Over the fair events and Riding in the Parade on Friday. The local veterans of foreign wars and american legion will officially open the Colusa county fair at 4 45 . Thursday. Gates and exhibit buildings open at 5 ., followed by the miss Glenn county scholarship pageant at 7 . Contestants vying for the title Are Jordan Savage. 16. Teale Stacey. 17, Madison Rainsbarger. It. Larissa Ramirez 17, Alexis Ferreira. 16, and Kodie Solis. 17, All of Colusa. Carissa Cabral 16, of Arbuckle. Mckenzie Carvalho. 16, of Maxwell and Vanessa Orozco. It. Of Williams round out the Field. Animal shows continue on Friday but it will be the group decades on the main stage and westbound 50 on the festival stage the or. Cinderella pageant will be held at 8 Friday in the grandstands and the grand opening of the Frances Etchepare memorial courtyard at 8 . Outside Etchepare Hall. The Parade begins around 5 . Downtown on saturday the Junior livestock auction gets underway at noon with the Sale of champions begin Ning at 2 . New this year will be Keith Erickson s chefs cooking Challenge which gets underway at the Community Center at 7 . Sundays events include cooking demonstrations three performances by British invasion on the festival stage and performances by Reen Centro Active do and Francisco Manuel y is Guerzo. The destruction Derby gets underway at 7 . In the grandstands. E a. .hi.t. I aerospace 5ttm Academy Core charter school is pleased to Otter the aerospace Stem i Academy program beginning m 201s 2016 school year for 7th amp 8th Grade students the Academy will provide Core academic instruction with an integrated aerospace Stem science technology engineering and mathematics emphasis this unique College preparatory program will incorporate Independent study project based and experiential learning this tree Public school program is developed in partnership with the Northern California aerospace initiative Quot there s magic in the fair Quot is the theme of the 2015 Colusa county fair and Many exhibits celebrate the magic. From a1 Points to meet the states reduction target of 24 percent. Since april Cal water has introduced mandatory water restrictions on outdoor irrigation among other things and imposed a system for fining customers who excessively waste water. A i do expect the conservation in our Community will increase Quot said Lee Seidel. General manager of Cal water Marysville. A i am confident we will reach our conservation goal As set by the Linda county water District is the farthest from its reduction target of 32 percent and is the Only local water provider not at least Halfway to its target in april. But general manager Doug Lofter said notices for mandatory conservation were not sent out until Max the May numbers should look a lot better but theres still concern for june july and Lofton said opus has to conserve another 12 Points to meet the state s 36 percent reduction target. General manager Tim Shaw said so far most of the water use reductions have stemmed from changes to the districts operations not from changes in water use by its customers. A in some cases people Are using More water than in 2013,�?� Shaw said. With the exception of opus local water providers fell Short of the 24 percent reduction of use in the entire Sacramento River hydrologic Region. The Sacramento River Region was the second Angel cartage greets the audience during the South Lindhurst High commencement Celebration on tuesday at the Lindhurst High gymnasium in Olivehurst. See More photos from the graduation ceremonies at Margarita Maciel adjust the gown of her son Jesus Maciel 18, before the Start of the South Lindhurst High commencement Celebration tuesday at the Lindhurst High gymnasium in Olivehurst. Single Parent with children need paternity tests difficulty obtaining financial and medical support for your children the California department of child support services can assist All parents in supporting their children while promoting parental responsibility

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