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12B Wednesday, April 3, 2013 Bulletin, Record, Progressive, Reporter Pd Bob the Buck A four-point buck bedded down in their unused dog pen surprises Eva and Steve Small one early morning in fall 2010. "He'd evidently needed a nap," said Eva, "after snacking on a tomato plant and a maple tree sapling in the yard." Izzy Izzymakes .. in mid fiight up for small size with speed and exuberance. Submit your favorite animal photo to us to consider using in our new feature, Amazing Animals. Each week we will select one photograph to publish in our four Plumas County newspapers. However, there is a good chance we will publish more than one picture weekly as space and submissions allow -- will it be yours? Here's How: Mail photo to: Feather Publishing -- Amazing Animals Box B, Quincy, CA 95971 or Email to: or drop it off at one of our offices Please include name of person submitting picture, animal's name, town where taken and any other pertinent information. FIIATHZ 287 Lawrence St., POITOI, I IF&OITII 96 E Sierra Ave., 135 Main St., Ste C, Doggie obstacle course il i Z .. "~ "Gia" Waugh lays it down on an agility run at a North American Dog Agility Council trial in Mamm oth. WILLIAMS, from pa0e 8B public, without the media and without the congressman. They need to recognize and understand when an elected official speaks at a meeting the public can attend it's a public meeting and what is said should not and cannot be off the record for the press. The Redding Tea Party doesn't get to say what the media will report when covering a public event. It's not their call, and it just doesn't work that way. Sh ime on the Redding Tea Party for creating such rules. And shame on the Redding media for accepting them. Instead, they should have packed up immediately, ran right out of that church and written stories about how the American media can never accept such prior restraint from a public event's organizers. But for our congressman-- who is sworn to uphold the Constitution-- to capitulate to this group's self-created secrecy rules and allow and permit the interaction between his constituents and him to go off the record is totally and completely unacceptable dnd indefensible. He missed a perfect opportunity to stand up for the First Amendment and offer the Redding Tea Party a simple and clear lesson regarding the freedom of the press -- a topic this group obviously missed in its Civics 101 classes. Sadly, he did not, and lamely said he was willing to go along with Redding Tea Party's censorship rules. So, shame on you, too, Mr. Congressman. Flanigan-Leavitt [r'lSurance Agency, ' c. or REPAIRING: DOORS TRIM WINDOWS PLUMBING ROOFING ELECTRICAL We do insurance-related repairs If it's something we can't fix, we'll find somebody who can. CONSTRUCTION @INCE |IMI4 General Building Contractor Calif. Lic. #453927 (530) 283-2035 I PLUMASNEWS.COM I / I t