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What if they held an election and nobody knew anything about the candidates?
Customers of the East Quincy Services District might be able to answer that question next week.
In its ongoing effort to mend fences with Plumas County drivers, the California Highway Patrol hosted a townhall meeting Oct. 22 in Graeagle.
The forum at the Graeagle Fire Hall was the first open public meeting by the CHP to address mounting complaints about officer conduct on county roads.
Eastern Plumas Health Care was informed Thursday, Oct. 27, that the Center for Medicare/Medicaid Services (CMS) was approving California’s request to cut MediCal payments to its hospital skilled nursing facilities (SNFs) by 10 percent of 2008 rates (in effect a 23 percent cut).
Quincy physician Dr. Jeff Kepple and daughters Kelsey, 20, Natalie, 17, and Claire, 15, will once again perform for the benefit of Plumas Community Hospice. The event will be held Sunday, Nov. 13, at the Town Hall Theatre in Quincy.
Other musicians performing that evening include The String Beings, Theresa Gallagher and Jodi Beynon, Andrew Ohren and Che Rubalcava-Cunan, Mark Satterfield and Garrett Hagwood.
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