PG&E still seeking contact information from area residents
Pacific Gas and Electric Company still needs contact information from 303 residents in Colusa County, 1,228 in Sutter County and 805 in Yuba County.
It is important customers keep their information updated so PG&E can share wildfire safety alerts, according to a PG&E press release.
The information needed from customers is: a current home phone number, mobile number, email and other key information so the company can contact them in advance should it become necessary to temporarily turn off power for safety this fire season.
PG&E’s goal, dependent on weather and other factors, is to send customer alerts through automated calls, texts and emails at 48 hours, again at 24 hours, and again just prior to shutting off power.
For customers who have not yet confirmed or updated their contact information, PG&E strongly encourages everyone to do so by visiting www.pge.com/mywildfirealerts or by calling the PG&E contact center at 1-866-743-6589.
In addition to notifying customers directly, PG&E also will provide outage updates and safety information through other channels such as social media, local news, radio and pge.com.
Marysville’s Rosser inducted into Military Rodeo Hall of Fame
The Military Rodeo Cowboy Hall of Fame will induct this year’s class Oct. 24 in Topeka, Kansas, and a local legend will be included.
The class features Cotton Rosser, Marysville, whose family owns and operates Flying U Rodeo.
Other inductees will include Wayne Boney, Joseph “Sonny” Borrelli , Steve Wood, Roy Madden and William “Bill” Stepp.
“We are proud to induct this outstanding class of military cowboys who have made such great
contributions at the highest level in military rodeo,” said hall of fame Vice President Freddie Waltz in a news release. “The Class of 2019 truly embodies what military rodeo is all about and we are excited to honor them during this special event.”
Rosser, who has owned Flying U-Rodeo for over 60 years, said he’s honored by the selection.
“I am deeply honored and humbled to be selected with this class,” Rosser said. “What a great thing to be considered with all these great Americans who have served their country so well and still found time to be a part of the sport of rodeo.
The Military Rodeo Cowboy Hall of Fame, founded in 2018, is a non-profit charitable organization. Inductees must have been a member of the United States Armed Forces as active duty, retired, active/inactive reserve or Guard component and competed in military rodeos; or civilians who have made significant contributions supporting military rodeos.