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There’s no evidence that cloud seeding has negative effects on the environment or public health. But more research should be done.
That’s what an advisory committee told the Plumas County Board of Supervisors at its meeting Tuesday, Dec. 20.
An early morning blaze just days before Christmas has left a Portola family of eight with one dead, six injured and their home destroyed.
Fire broke out in the mobile home at 417 W. Plumas Ave. Wednesday, Dec. 21, around 12:15 a.m., quickly engulfing the home and spreading to mobile homes on either side.
Plumas County sheriff’s deputies pulled Greenville Elementary student Kyle Hitson out of a lineup of his classmates last week.
Deputy Phil Shannon and his wife, Che Shannon, also a sheriff’s office employee, stood on either side of Hitson and turned him to face the assembled students.
The county has decided to scrap a mandatory curbside recycling and waste removal program … at least for now.
Instead, the Board of Supervisors voted Tuesday, Dec. 13, to apply excess profit from Feather River Disposal toward improving FRD’s transfer stations.
A single December meeting, a long agenda and a recall item of community interest combined to fill council chambers to capacity at the Dec. 14 meeting of Portola’s City Council.
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