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The 9 Essentials to Sheltering in Place

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The 9 Essentials to Sheltering in Place

When it comes to emergencies there’s items that are necessities and there’s items that are luxuries.Generally speaking you want to tackle the necessities first and then add additional items to increase the comfort level of the situation.

Here are 9 essentials you should have during a sheltering in place scenario, (keep in mind that you may be required to shelter in place somewhere besides your own home):

1.Water– Plan on 1 Gallon per person, per day for drinking and sanitation.Our water storage category includes items like Datrex Water Pouches and 5-Gallon Water Containers that can help you with your water needs.

2.Food – A supply of 3-5 days per person.For a lot of people the first couple of days can be supplemented by what’s already in the house.However, to insure that you always have your emergency food supply ready to go I recommend one of our 3-21 Day Food Supplies.

3.Clothes – In your 72-Hour Kit you want to be sure you have an extra pair of clothes and shoes for each person in your group/family.

4.Medications – It’s a good practice to collect 3-5 days worth of any prescription medications that you’re taking.Also be sure to note expiration dates so that you can rotate them appropriately.

5.Flashlight -When it comes to flashlights, don’t go cheap.There are good flashlights out their that are very affordable.Here’s some great options: Ultra-Bright 3-LED Dynamo Flashlight, 12-LED StreamLine Flashlight, or the ULTIMATE Dynamo Solar Powered Survival Radio.

6.Can Opener – This is another item that you want to be sure is high quality.There’s nothing worse than a can opener that won’t open cans.

7.Radio – The ideal option for a radio is one that has multiple options for powering the radio including, batteries, hand-crank, AC/DC, and/or

solar.The ULTIMATE Dynamo Solar Powered Survival Radio is a great option for this.

8.Hygiene Kit -Start with just the basics, soap, toilet paper and a toothbrush is enough to get most people by for 3-5 days.

9.First Aid Kit – Again, from a starting point perspective make sure that your first-aid kit at lest includes, antiseptic, gloves, bandages and your non-prescription medicine such as aspirin or Tylenol.

Put these 9 essential items in place and you’ve got a good foundation for a sheltering in place emergency kit!

LINK is here:

http://www.thereadystore.com/food-and-water-storage/1608/9-essentials-sheltering-place/?utm_source=rne_20151026a–thereadystore.com_order–admin&utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=monday–9-essentials-to-sheltering-in-place&utm_content=button&trk_msg=20FDNANP6NVKHANTI128Q98OJS&trk_contact=28G6I166SBF65U6872I9MU16BG

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Communications during a disaster

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Greetings:

There are disaster scenarios that are more than capable of disrupting many of the communications systems that we all take for granted. This article provides some insights into those situations, including the ones being considered by the U.S. Government. I hope you find this information helpful.

http://www.myoutdoorbuddy.com/Outdoor-how-to-tips.php

Cheers! Bill

Capt. William E. Simpson II – USMM
Semper Veritas / Semper Paratus

http://www.WilliameSimpson.com
IMDb: http://www.imdb.com/name/nm6505899/
Twitter: https://twitter.com/NauticalPrepper

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Survival training in Fort Jones on Oct. 5-6

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Siskiyou Survival School is pleased to host:

Jared Wihongi

Internationally acclaimed trainer of SWAT and Special Forces teams.

Jared is one of the leading instructors of the Pekiti Tirsia Kali system, a traditional blade art of the Philippines and the modern combat art taught to the Philippine marines. For the last 8 years he has been contracted as combatives instructor for U.S. Army Special Forces units. See attached bio for more information, and visit JaredWihongi.com.

Dates: October 5 & 6
Location: 11943 Main Street, Fort Jones

Curriculum is three seminars in two days:
Sunday, 9-4
Tactical Baton

Monday 9-4
Kali curriculum – blade and impact weapons

Evening sessions Sunday and Monday 6-9
Handgun retention and disarms

Cost: One Seminar only – $100
Two Seminars – $180
All three – $250

10% discount if paid by 9/20

What you will need:
Day one – a baton or rattan stick
Day two – two sticks and training knives
Evening sessions – your holster and training replica handgun

To register: call 530-468-2743 or
Email survival@OldHomesteadMercantile.com

***Students must be LEO, CCW holders or able to pass background check.***

Departments sending multiple students may receive additional discounts. Call for details.

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Survival tactical class to be held Oct. 5-6 in Fort Jones

Prepare - Emergency

Siskiyou Survival School
is pleased to host:

Jared Wihongi
Internationally acclaimed trainer of SWAT and Special Forces teams.

Jared is one of the leading instructors of the Pekiti Tirsia Kali system, a traditional blade art of the Philippines and the modern combat art taught to the Philippine marines. For the last 8 years he has been contracted as combatives instructor for U.S. Army Special Forces units. See attached bio for more information, and visit JaredWihongi.com.

Dates: October 5 & 6

Location: 11943 Main Street, Fort Jones

Curriculum is three seminars in two days:
Sunday, 9-4
Tactical Baton

Monday 9-4
Kali curriculum – blade and impact weapons

Evening sessions Sunday and Monday 6-9
Handgun retention and disarms

Cost: One Seminar only – $100
Two Seminars – $180
All three – $250

10% discount if paid by 9/20

What you will need:
Day one – a baton or rattan stick
Day two – two sticks and training knives
Evening sessions – your holster and training replica handgun

To register: call 530-468-2743 or
Email survival@OldHomesteadMercantile.com

***Students must be LEO, CCW holders or able to pass background check.***

Departments sending multiple students may receive additional discounts. Call for details.

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Self Defense class in Fort Jones 8-24-14

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Dr. Michael Hess is hosting a “Surviving a Knife Attack” workshop on Aug. 24th at the Old Homestead Mercantile on Main Street in Fort Jones.

It starts at 8:30 a.m. and goes to 5 p.m.

Cost is $80 if you pay by Aug. 19.

It is limited to 30 participants. Call 468-2743 for more info.

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‘No help coming’: State preps citizens for EMP attack

Prepare - Emergency, State gov

‘No help coming’: State preps citizens for EMP attack

‘God puts a watchman on the tower for times like these’

Read more at http://www.wnd.com/2014/04/no-help-coming-state-prepping-citizens-for-emp-attack/#heEs4qEBYcFj3a2T.99

‘God puts a watchman on the tower for times like these’

F. Michael Maloof

WND.com

April 28, 2014

WASHINGTON – Arizona Gov. Jan Brewer has signed legislation to require the state’s Department of Emergency and Military Affairs to prepare materials outlining what citizens need to know to deal with either a natural or man-made electromagnetic pulse event that could knock out the vulnerable electrical grid system over a wide geographical region.

The legislation, SB 1476, was introduced by Sen. David Farnsworth, R-Mesa. It includes the type and quantity of food, water and medical supplies that each person should stockpile in case an EMP occurs over the U.S.

The legislation, however, doesn’t require actual hardening of the grid within the state.

“In our lifetimes the emergencies we’ve seen have been local emergencies, and really all we have to do is be prepared enough to hang on until help arrives,” Farnsworth said at the time he introduced it last February. “With an EMP, there’s no help coming.”

Under the legislation that now is law, the Arizona Division of Emergency Management is to post on its website recommendations such as the type and amount of supplies residents should stockpile to be prepared for an EMP event.

Farnsworth’s more immediate concern was the prospect of an EMP triggered by the detonation of a high-altitude nuclear weapon. The EMP would have the effect of knocking out the vulnerable grid system and any unprotected electronics.

“My hope is that by bringing this out, we’ll start discussions and come to the realization that as a government we can’t feed all these people, but as responsible citizens we need to do our part and make individual preparations,” he said at the time he introduced the legislation.

A co-sponsor of the legislation, Don Shooter, R-Yuma, had criticized the federal government for not taking a similar public education program.

http://www.wnd.com/files/2012/12/WB2481.jpg

Read the documentation that’s sparking the worry about the EMP threat, in “A Nation Forsaken.”

“It’s too expensive for the government to prepare on a national scale,” Shooter said. “This time around, it’s people who can do the most to prepare. It’s even possible to EMP-proof your electronics. It just takes time.”

Shooter said the threat of an EMP event may be small, but “if it ever does happen, most people won’t be prepared. That doesn’t mean we shouldn’t try and warn them now. God puts a watchman on the tower for times like these.”

State Rep. Chad Campbell, D-Phoenix, was one of 17 lawmakers who voted against the original legislation, criticizing the focus on a catastrophe that he said was a very remote possibility.

“Really, we already have a major catastrophe in the state and that’s called our schools falling apart, our roads falling apart and we should be fixing those things,” he said. “Not living in some fantasy world worrying about some unquantified attack or some disaster that’s not gonna happen.”

Survival gear expert Tim Ralston of Scottsdale, Ariz., however, said that there are simple things that can be done to give people “peace of mind.”

“The food, the water, everything has to do with electricity. And an EMP in an instant would shut that all off,” he said.

Ralston said that less than 15 percent of the Arizona population is prepared for an electrical disruption of 30 days or more.

“I think it’s fantastic,” Ralston said of the new law. “I think any time we can take a proactive step to help people become more self-reliant it will help that transition.”

Arizona has taken a lead in moving on the EMP issue.

In February 2013, Congressman Trent Franks introduced the SHIELD Act in the House of Representatives and established in the U.S. House of Representatives the EMP Caucus.

The Shield Act stands for Secure High-voltage Infrastructure for Electricity from Lethal Damage. It calls on industry and government to develop, promulgate and implement standards and processes that are necessary to address the electric grid’s current vulnerabilities and shortcomings that would be affected by an EMP.

Franks has been trying to get the SHIELD Act into law since 2011. In the last session of Congress, it passed the House but failed in the Senate. His efforts stem from findings of the congressional EMP commission which spelled out in considerable detail the cascading impact of an EMP on the electrical grid system and its catastrophic impact on life-sustaining critical infrastructures that depend on it.

Experts agree that if there were an EMP event, the U.S. could see some 90 percent of its population affected. Experts believe food, water, energy and other supply systems could be inoperational, possibly for periods extending to years.

Arizona is but the latest state to take action due to the failure of the federal government to address the EMP issue. Last June, Maine passed and the governor signed legislation ordering its grid to be hardened against an EMP.

The law not only requires preparation against a natural or man-made EMP, but it encourages other states to take a similar initiative.

Other states, including New York, Texas, North Carolina and Missouri, also are considering EMP legislation.

The U.S. Department of Homeland Security has failed to look at EMP as a major threat in its 15 planning scenarios, even though DHS officials have testified before Congress that they are very aware of the consequences of an EMP event, whether natural or man-made.


Read more at http://www.wnd.com/2014/04/no-help-coming-state-prepping-citizens-for-emp-attack/#heEs4qEBYcFj3a2T.99

WASHINGTON – Arizona Gov. Jan Brewer has signed legislation to require the state’s Department of Emergency and Military Affairs to prepare materials outlining what citizens need to know to deal with either a natural or man-made electromagnetic pulse event that could knock out the vulnerable electrical grid system over a wide geographical region.

The legislation, SB 1476, was introduced by Sen. David Farnsworth, R-Mesa. It includes the type and quantity of food, water and medical supplies that each person should stockpile in case an EMP occurs over the U.S.

The legislation, however, doesn’t require actual hardening of the grid within the state.

“In our lifetimes the emergencies we’ve seen have been local emergencies, and really all we have to do is be prepared enough to hang on until help arrives,” Farnsworth said at the time he introduced it last February. “With an EMP, there’s no help coming.”

Under the legislation that now is law, the Arizona Division of Emergency Management is to post on its website recommendations such as the type and amount of supplies residents should stockpile to be prepared for an EMP event.

Farnsworth’s more immediate concern was the prospect of an EMP triggered by the detonation of a high-altitude nuclear weapon. The EMP would have the effect of knocking out the vulnerable grid system and any unprotected electronics.

“My hope is that by bringing this out, we’ll start discussions and come to the realization that as a government we can’t feed all these people, but as responsible citizens we need to do our part and make individual preparations,” he said at the time he introduced the legislation.

A co-sponsor of the legislation, Don Shooter, R-Yuma, had criticized the federal government for not taking a similar public education program.

Read the documentation that’s sparking the worry about the EMP threat, in “A Nation Forsaken.”

“It’s too expensive for the government to prepare on a national scale,” Shooter said. “This time around, it’s people who can do the most to prepare. It’s even possible to EMP-proof your electronics. It just takes time.”

Shooter said the threat of an EMP event may be small, but “if it ever does happen, most people won’t be prepared. That doesn’t mean we shouldn’t try and warn them now. God puts a watchman on the tower for times like these.”

State Rep. Chad Campbell, D-Phoenix, was one of 17 lawmakers who voted against the original legislation, criticizing the focus on a catastrophe that he said was a very remote possibility.

“Really, we already have a major catastrophe in the state and that’s called our schools falling apart, our roads falling apart and we should be fixing those things,” he said. “Not living in some fantasy world worrying about some unquantified attack or some disaster that’s not gonna happen.”

Survival gear expert Tim Ralston of Scottsdale, Ariz., however, said that there are simple things that can be done to give people “peace of mind.”

“The food, the water, everything has to do with electricity. And an EMP in an instant would shut that all off,” he said.

Ralston said that less than 15 percent of the Arizona population is prepared for an electrical disruption of 30 days or more.

“I think it’s fantastic,” Ralston said of the new law. “I think any time we can take a proactive step to help people become more self-reliant it will help that transition.”

Arizona has taken a lead in moving on the EMP issue.

In February 2013, Congressman Trent Franks introduced the SHIELD Act in the House of Representatives and established in the U.S. House of Representatives the EMP Caucus.

The Shield Act stands for Secure High-voltage Infrastructure for Electricity from Lethal Damage. It calls on industry and government to develop, promulgate and implement standards and processes that are necessary to address the electric grid’s current vulnerabilities and shortcomings that would be affected by an EMP.

Franks has been trying to get the SHIELD Act into law since 2011. In the last session of Congress, it passed the House but failed in the Senate. His efforts stem from findings of the congressional EMP commission which spelled out in considerable detail the cascading impact of an EMP on the electrical grid system and its catastrophic impact on life-sustaining critical infrastructures that depend on it.

Experts agree that if there were an EMP event, the U.S. could see some 90 percent of its population affected. Experts believe food, water, energy and other supply systems could be inoperational, possibly for periods extending to years.

Arizona is but the latest state to take action due to the failure of the federal government to address the EMP issue. Last June, Maine passed and the governor signed legislation ordering its grid to be hardened against an EMP.

The law not only requires preparation against a natural or man-made EMP, but it encourages other states to take a similar initiative.

Other states, including New York, Texas, North Carolina and Missouri, also are considering EMP legislation.

The U.S. Department of Homeland Security has failed to look at EMP as a major threat in its 15 planning scenarios, even though DHS officials have testified before Congress that they are very aware of the consequences of an EMP event, whether natural or man-made.
Read more at http://www.wnd.com/2014/04/no-help-coming-state-prepping-citizens-for-emp-attack/#heEs4qEBYcFj3a2T.99

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What happens when the power grid goes dark? Watch 10-27-13

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http://www.offthegridnews.com/2013/10/18/natgeos-american-blackout-examines-us-without-power/

NatGeo’s ‘American Blackout’ Examines U.S. Without Power

Written by: Tara Dodrill Alternative Energy October 18, 2013

What would you do if the world suddenly went dark?

That is exactly what NatGeo’s original movie American Blackout – which premieres Sunday, Oct. 27, seeks to discover. The power grid collapses following a cyber attack, forcing the nation into an immediate crisis. Although the man-made disaster lasts just 10 days, civil unrest, economic turmoil and a horrific amount of deaths still occur.

The National Geographic movie is extremely timely. As previously reported by Off The Grid News, the first ever nationwide power grid down drill will take place on Nov. 13-14.

American Blackout director Jonathan Rudd stated during a Q&A session for the media that a cyber attack was specifically chosen as the power grid disabler because such a scenario is no longer science fiction. As the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) reported earlier this year, the United States experienced a 68 percent increase in “cyber incidents” at federal agencies during 2012. The DHS also warned that a cyber activity increase in America appears to include Middle Eastern nations such as Iran.

Rudd also said:

“The research drove the narrative. This film is obviously a drama, but we were determined to be as informed as possible and we spent countless hours trying to get it right. We needed to know everything that would be affected in a 10-day nationwide blackout … and that turned out to be basically everything. Our team of researchers interviewed leading experts in various fields — cyber security, search and rescue, emergency medicine, sociology, engineering and more. We also sent experts the film script to have them weigh in, and we made changes based on their feedback.”

The official promo description for the movie reads: “After it becomes clear that the blackout isn’t isolated to a small region, curiosity may turn to concern for the entire country. Electronic communication will become increasingly difficult, as most backup power systems are only capable of maintaining normal operations for short durations.”

Off The Grid News received an early copy of American Blackout to review. The movie was shot from a first-person user-generated point of view. It follows several families or groups as they deal with the power grid down scenario. Viewers may not be introduced to the character’s entire backstory, but quickly begin to feel that they not only “know” but can identify with the folks on the TV screen.

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Liz Writes Life 10-1-13

Liz Writes Life, Prepare - Emergency

Oct. 1, 2013

Published in Siskiyou Daily News, Yreka, CA

Feels like an old-fashioned fall with all this rain. Thank you to all who did not give up and continued to pray for rain through the long hot summer. You did it! Many cow pastures are dry to non-existent and ranchers have had to start feeding hay as the cattle are out of feed. The rain this last weekend was quite warm and it may grow a bit of grass, before November. Hopefully.

Garden

There were several frosts that took out most of the garden. I do have strawberries that didn’t turn into mush and need to be picked. Never had broccoli keep producing like this year. And they are not full of aphids, which is really surprising. If there is enough rain or I irrigate them once a week, the broccoli may make it until December. They will likely do OK until we get our deep cold spell and then stop producing.

Some of the green tomatoes that I picked last week are turning red. But I have several boxes of green tomatoes in the house along with two buckets of bell peppers. Since the onions didn’t do real well, I purchased big yellow onions and will start making batches of green tomato relish.

The carrots continued to grow last month and should get good sized, before the really cold weather in November. I even weeded them again. Need to get some bark mulch to put on them. Picked and ate the last ripe cantaloupe and watermelon.

The sauerkraut is ready in the big crock. That reminds me. I need to update the Liz Bowen.com site with some cabbage photos. I picked the last cabbage on Saturday and it weighed 17 pounds! Don’t know what to do with it. I don’t think I want to make any more kraut, cuz this batch is over 10 pounds and most will be given away.

The deer have been coming in eating the leaves off the concord grapes. After getting froze, which blackened the leaves back in May, the grapes sent out new leaves and there were even some clusters of grapes. But our dog, Amy, is getting old and sleeps a lot more, especially in the house, than she used to. She still loves to give them a good barking, but they are much more brave now.

The two volunteer acorn squash plants produced about a dozen. Those need to be picked and put in the garage and eaten. I tend to forget about them, when they are out in the garage. And I need to get several bales of old hay to mulch the potatoes.

Prepare

September was preparedness month. I filled up on a few things, but need more beef and chicken for the freezer. I would like to pressure can some meat and just haven’t done it. But I did purchase some large cans of dehydrated meals with noodles and meat. There are businesses like Emergency Essentials, Food Insurance and Provident Living that have amazing complete dehydrated dinner and Meals Ready to Eat items.

I have always tried to keep the staples of flour, sugar, salt, dry milk, baking soda and powder, yeast, oatmeal, beans, rice, noodles, cans of tomato sauce, and a variety of soups on hand for making meals from scratch. Yesterday, I started freshening up the sour dough as it didn’t get used much in the summer. Will make some sour dough rolls today and a loaf of bread.

When thinking about getting prepared, study the things that might happen in our area. For us it is mostly floods and electricity outages. Remember that grocery stores only have a few days’ supply. If electricity goes out, the banks will be closed, the gas stations will be closed and will you have running water?

It is a good idea to make a plan for a variety of issues. How and where will your family meet if there is a disaster and how will you communicate if electricity and cell phone service is out.

Keeping a 72-hour kit on-hand may be very important, if you can’t hunker down in your home and must bug out.

Here are some ideas. Make your own list to fit your needs:

First Aid kit, and important medicines and prescriptions; light, heat; cash and important documents; toilet paper, garbage bags; sanitation; water stored for drinking, cooking and flushing toilets; water filters; crucial outside gear of sleeping bag, good cooking pots, Dutch oven, tent, flashlights, batteries, matches, rain gear, heat for cooking.

Also think in short-term and longer-term of food storage.

What about pets and livestock? Do you have extra food for them? Leashes or ropes or crates? For more info, check out the “prepare” page on Jefferson News Service.com.

Liz Bowen is a native of Siskiyou County and lives in Callahan.

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Federal gov & land grabs, Prepare - Emergency

Hi everyone,

Just a reminder that this week you should be prepared with extra supplies for you and your family.  We have so much going on in our country and our world right now that having the basics on hand is important.  There is no way to know when there might be an interruption in the normal flow of our lives and it’s best to be prepared.

Here are a few disruptions coming our way:

  • The Continuing Resolution may cause all or part of the government to shut down this week

  • Obamacare begins Tuesday … or not

  • Farm bill hits the “dairy cliff” at the end of September (tomorrow)

  • CARB regulations may be causing interruptions in goods that arrive by truck (Remember that our stores don’t have warehouse space like the olden days. It’s all “just in time inventory”.)

  • 1 million truckers to shut down WA DC

  • The world is pretty darn unstable right now as we all know

 

You’ve been thinking about doing this for a long time, right?  If you’re like everyone else you’ll keep preparedness on your list but will put off getting it done.

 

Today is the day!

 

Wednesday is your target to complete basic preparations.

You’ve got to start somewhere:

  • Drinking water

  • Medications & First Aid stuff

  • Batteries, flashlights

  • Non-perishable food

  • Full tank of gas in your car

  • Propane for BBQ / heat

  • Wood if you can burn it for heat

  • Cash / silver / gold in the event of banking disruption

  • Any supplies that would allow you to hunker down at home a ride out weather, political upheaval, etc.  This is potentially a giant list.  Don’t make yourself crazy.  Just get the basic stuff in order and start today.

Also check out the “PREPARE” page on

www.JeffersonNewsService.com

 

Erin Marie Ryan

(530) 515-7135

IN GOD WE TRUST
All Others We Question

 

And

Liz Bowen

Callahan, CA

530-467-3515

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Call to vote against Nevada gun bill

2nd Amendment rights, KSYC radio, News in Jefferson Country, Prepare - Emergency

News in Jefferson Country —

June 12, 2013

 

Listen LIVE on the web !

http://www.ksyc1039.com/live

Broadcast on KSYC 103.9 FM Yreka, CA

At 5:45 p.m. on the Joe Show

And KSIZ 102.3 FM at 7:45 a.m.

from Mt. Shasta, CA

News in Jefferson Country from Pie N Politics.com Editor Liz Bowen: Gun owners of America are encouraging supporters of the 2nd Amendment to call Nevada Governor Brian Sandoval telling him to veto Senate Bill 221.

This is a bill that will set the tone for the rest of the states and will create a Universal Background Check that will have ramifications on all gun owners  – even if you don’t live in the State of Nevada. The entire process to make the call is automated and takes less than a half minute, according to Gun Owners of America.

Call 775-684-5670 and press two to vote against the Universal Background Check bill called SB 221. The bill is receiving huge support from New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg, who is generating his own calls encouraging the Nevada Governor to sign the bill — that will be a gateway to registration of all guns. Your vote could make the difference.

This bill also deals with selling your gun and drastically increases the process you will go through to sell it. Call 775-684-5670 and press the number two to vote against the Universal Background Check bill SB 221.

The phone number and info can be found on Pie N Politics.com, Liz Bowen.com or Jefferson News Service.com.

Jefferson News Service tip for summer emergencies is to have aloe vera gel and Witch Hazel clear astringent on hand. Use alternately on a sunburn or bug bites. Witch Hazel is extremely cooling and provides instant relief of sunburns.

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