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GBU Mountain News
January 13, 2014 XLII
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should not be given to children under age 6. Therefore,
talk with a physician, preferred a pediatricians before you
give your child an over-the-counter cold or flu medicine.
Antibiotics are NOT effective against the flu. Antibiotics
are useful to treat bacterial infections. However, the flu is
a viral infection and antibiotics will not help. Antiviral
medicines are sometimes helpful for high-risk patients if
they are started in the first two days of getting sick. They
generally only shorten the duration of the flu of one to
two days.

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The Flu – A Deadly Disease?
News from the El Tejon Unified School District
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Frazier Mountain High School
o Sports
El Tejon School
Frazier Park School
o Frazier’s Finest for Jan 9
o Principals Report
Gorman School
All Things Local
o The "Dumping" Story continues
o Upcoming MCCASA (Mountain Communities
Coalition Against Substance Abuse) Meeting
o Bakersfield Vet Center brings services to Frazier
Park
o Fire Restrictions Take Effect in Los Padres
National Forest by Andrew Madsen
o Homeless Census Count & Breakfast
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o People
Law Enforcement Corner
o Kern County Sheriff’s Office
o Incidents Dec 29 – Jan 6
o KCSO
seizes
20
pounds
of
methamphetamine
o Los Angeles Sheriff’s Department
o California Highway Patrol
o New Laws Affecting Motorists by John
Price, CHP
Animals Matter
Our Library
o Calendar
Incidents & Accidents in our Region
Arts – Music – Theatre
Frazier Park Weather Forecast

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Business Affairs
o Ralphs Store in Castaic will close in March
o Changes to California Law will affect Employers
and Employees in 2014
Teens
o Free Games at Computers & Games
Technology
o Keep Your Eye on Target by Eric Rand
Kern County
o Board of Supervisors Meetings
Upcoming Events
Safety & Disaster Preparedness
o Flu Vaccines Still Available by Kim Rodriguez,
Kern County Public Health
o Earthquake Preparedness
o Why Drop, Cover, and Hold On?
Where to Go – What to Do
o The Nethercutt Museum in Sylmar
Op-Ed
o Chamber lauds Board of Supervisors vote to
develop local investment policy by Cynthia D.
Pollard
Legislative Affairs
o Upcoming California Senate Legislative Activity
by California Senate Republican Caucus
Where to Go – What to Do
o The Nethercutt Museum in Sylmar
Business Directory
‘’’’’’’’’’’’’’’’’’’’’’’’’’’’’’’’’’’’’’’’’’’’’’’’’’’’

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