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,ugust 26, 2009 " FISHING REPORT ° News from iiLake Cuyamaca Last Week's Results and This Week's Prognosis Greetings From Lake Cuyamaca Are Now Open E ry Day At 6 AM. sing Time For ' Shor Fishing Is 7:45PM. ' your calendar for Saturda September 26. This is the for our O.P. Bail Memorial Fishing in the Pines Kid's Derby. This is an annual event and we are planning a fun day for aii kids that come to the lake. •There will be goody bags for each kid and a free day of fishing for all kids four to fifteen years of age. Some very nice rizes will be handed out tot he kids that catch the biggest trout. Stay tuned for more info as we get closer to the derby date. '.', Department of Fish and Game tocked the lake on Tuesday, with ; 1200 pounds of very nice trout. ,, Best Trout Bait: Night crawlers, Bower bait, trout teasers. , Best S ots: Buoy line at the am, Willows ,, Notables: Julie Johnson of §wing Valley caught a 15 pound catfish on worms at the dam. Sofia Stein, Gracie Selecky and Mark Selecky caught 1 Trout, 1 Bluegill and 34 Crappie. Jeff Becker of San Diego caught 12 Crappie on Trout Teasers on a drift from the Dam to Pumphouse Cove. Craig and Blair Parker of El Cajon caught 7 trout for a total of 5 pounds, the largest 1.25 pounds, using Rainbow Powerbait at the buoy line by the dam. Don Sanders of Yuma AZ caught 1 Bass weighing 81bs 6oz on a wacky worm at the Willows. THE FREE FISHING CLASS IS ON SATURDAY AT 10:00am. Meet Ranger Charlie at the Launch Ramp. The Decontamination Wash Down Is Required For All Private Vessels Before A Launch. A Fee Is Charged. For further information, please call toll free 877-581-9904. Save Our ;tale Parks: Art is the @sire of a man to express himself, to record the reactions of his personality to the worm he lives in. -- Amy Lowell Cindy Brook Bird Calendar Visit the Audubon Society Web site at ww :audubon. °rg/birdingcalendar/index'html to see what birding events may be coming to your area. Fall is just around the comer, and so are cooler temps. So check it out. A birding event could be fun for the whole family. E-mail: birdingbits@cfl.~com ©2009 King Features Syndicate, Inc. Enjoy a 1/4 mile long driveway that meanders through your private 12 acre Old-Growth Forest... It ends at a beautiful Mountain Chalet• This stunning mountain Chalet radiates with quality and all amenities. Interior and exterior walls are built with solid 4x6 cedar beams. There are few Old-Growth Forests left in Julian. This is truly one of the nicest most inspiring majestic fbrests in Julian. Estates like this typically are handed down from generation to generation. This Enchanted forest has been owned by the same family now for 35 years. 1900esf, 3Br 3Ba plus In-Laws/Out-Laws Suite. Tile roof & massive rock fireplace, 1000esf Workshop/Barn, Great Well. CPUC Issues TRO continued from page 1 irreparable harm to San Diego County residents, schoolchildren, businesses, and Water Districts. In a statement Supervisor Dianne Jacob said; "1 applaud the CPUC's decision to put a stop to SDG&E's arrogant and unilateral attempt to implement its shut off plan prior to a formal decision by state regulators. This is a victory for public safety and a victory for opponents of this bad plan." In their decission the Commission stated; "We find that the Moving Parties have demonstrated that allowing SDG&E to turn off electricity under its Power Shut-Off Plan could result in substantial and irreparable harm to the Moving Parties and their constituents. Conversely, we have no reason to believe that the status quo poses an imminent danger to public safety. SDG&E has, for the most part, operated its electric system safely for decades without its Power Shut-Off Plan, and we trust that SDG&E can continue to do so until we issue a decision on its Plan. For the same reason, we find that preserving the status quo until a decision is issued on SDG&E's Power Shut-Off Plan is unlikely to harm the public interest or cause substantial harm to other interested parties. While one factor for deciding whether to grant a TRO is the likelihood of the Moving Parties prevailing On ~he merits, we will not by today's decision prejudge our outcome on the merits. Rather, we find the Moving Parties have made a strong showing that it is in the public interest to preserve the status quo in order to prevent irreparable harm." Next will be the full commission meeting on September 10 and whether or not he plan is halted or modified. Daffodil Proiect 2009 Order Bulbs Now Sally Snipes, Julian Queen of daffodils is gearing up for another fall planting season with the 2009 version of the Daffodil project. She is now accepting orders for bulbs, approximately 350 for $140. Deadline for orders is September 6th. The Julian Daffodil Show will be March 20 and 21, 2010. You never know if you have a winning entry unless you plant! Many past winners have purchased their bulbs with friends and split the order, only to be able to gloat later that their bulbs won! To order bulbs, you have a choice of yellow or mixed blooms., contact Sally Snipes at (760) 522-6244 or place your check in an envelope and mail it to : Sally Snipes PO Box 775 Julian, CA 92036 OPEN MONDAY - FRIDAY 8:30AM TO 5PM -- There are three ways of producing seeds: "F-1 hybrids" are hand-pollinated, often sterile, and used by commercial eeds growers to control productivity; Bioengineered seeds have had Apple Junction RE Locally owned 25 years Off: 760-765-1111 Ceh 760-213-1185 Rick@JullanREO.com Rick Dyer, agent Originally $899,000. Now $549,000. © 2009 by King Features Syndicate, Inc, World rights reserved. First Thursday Group Meeting continued from page 7 few from as far away as Borrego Springs, La Jolla, Coronado, Temecula and Riverside. Her area of special expertise has become that of re-evaluation and treatment of ' difflcult" or "complex" patients, who have already seen other Psychiatrists through their insurance and closer geographically, and are in need of more personalized and accessible care. Children, adolescents and adults have often been referred to her "by word of mouth" of their neighbors, teachers, therapists and other physicians, based on her work and reputation. She has co-treated many adults, adolescents and children with a number of exceptionally skilled licensed psychotherapists in the community. She works hard to be available to her patients when they are in crisis and does her utmost to prevent the need for inpatient hospitalization. However when it is not possible to keep a patient safe at home, she will personally refer him or her to an appropriate, safe inpatient setting. As she has always enjoyed teaching, she has been honored with teaching awards by the UCSD School of Medicine's Department of Psychiatry in 1992 as a Chief Resident, and by:UCSD Child and Adolescent Psychiatry in 2003 and 2006 as a voluntary supervisor of Fellows in training. She also has given seminars to other Psychotherapists on Pediatric Post Traumatic Stress Disorder and Pediatric Bipolar Disorder. Although she is current and well read on these topics, she bases most of her clinical knowledge and expertise on what she has learned from her patients and their families. For this teaching she is extremely grateful. "Dr. T" is also grateful for the support of her ever-patient husband, Greg Chick, who is a Plumbing Contractor and active volunteer community leader in Ramona; her parents who migrated from Hawaii to Ramona to be with her; and her Webmaster/IT/computer-guy Michael J. O'Connor. She is also forever indebted to (or enslaved by) her furry office helpers Ralph (the Underdog), Leche (the Chiweenie), Sumo-Kitty, Tum- Tum & Fufu (the felines) who all make it much more natural for kids (and maybe for adults too) to want to come back to see THEM rather than their "Shrink". 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The majority of the self- employed who responded to the survey are opposed to a public health insurance program run by the federal government and prefer health reform that builds on the current system of private insurance and implements a number of market reforms. "Business owners," said Kristie Arslan, executive director of the by cooperative members. Small businesses and individuals would be able to purchase health coverage from such a cooperative. The top-two health tax proposalsfavored by self- employed respondents are providing tax credits to businesses and individuals to offset health care costs and ensuring that everyone receives a tax deduction for health insurance, regardless of how coverage is purchased. The Association provides smallbusiness owners news and resources, legislative advocacy and membership benefits, such as affordable health insurance. To learn more, call (800) 649- 6273 or visit the Web site at www. NASE.org. NASE's legislative offices, "are comfortable with the government as a regulator, not a provider, of health insurance." When asked about various market reforms, self-employed individuals were most supportive of these choices: • Create an exchange or marketplace to facilitate the purchase of quality health coverage by allowing small businesses and individuals to easily compare and purchase the health care plans of their choice; • Require health insurance carriers to provide health insurance to all those who apply- regardless of their health status; and • Create nonprofit insurance cooperatives that are organized by the government but owned A drunk driver ruined something precious. Amber Apodaca. Friends Don't Let Friends Drive Drunk. I O All the arts we practice are apprenticeship. The big art is our life. -- M.C. Richards Chefs Corner continued from page 6 the chocolate into a small bowl. Line a baking sheet with clean parchment or waxed paper. Dip the cookies halfway into the chocolate, let the excess drip off, and then place on the paper- lined sheet; let stand until set and dry, at least 1 hour. (Recipe excerpted from "Real Food for Healthy Kids" by Tracey Seaman and Tanya Wenman Steel. Recipe courtesy of the t authors.) Angela Shelf Medearis is an award-winning children's author, a culinary historian and the author of five cookbooks. Visit her Web site at www.divapro.com. The Kitchen Diva! is brought to you by Eggland's Best Eggs, www.egglandsbest.com. (c) 2009 King Features Synd., Inc.