Greenville residents arrested on drug charges
Two Greenville residents were arrested on drug charges after authorities found 30 pounds of marijuana in their home Thursday, Oct. 18.
Jesse Lee Gaulden, 29, and Jennifer Angel, 25, both face four felony charges after the drugs were discovered by the Plumas County sheriff.
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County raises fees
Only one person objected when the Plumas County Board of Supervisors raised fees for several services provided by the county.
“How will these fees attract more business to Plumas County?” Crescent Mills resident Todd Anderson asked during the board’s Oct. 16 meeting.
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First snow in the Almanor Basin
Residents of Lake Almanor Basin awoke this morning to see white flakes of snow falling from the dark cloud-streaked sky, and onto their homes, landscaping, and vehicles, Oct. 22. The first snow of the season has blanketed the town of Chester, and the smell of burning firewood has penetrated the air. Peterson’s Place on Main Street is one area in Chester that exemplifies the homey atmosphere that permeates this town during the fall and winter months. The snow covered rooftops and logs piled high in the bon fire radiate the simplistic beauty living in the mountains can offer.
Photo by Samantha P. Hawthorne
Collins Pine mill employees closer to walking out
Kate M. West
“Well, I’m getting the posters and the stakes ready. I expect to get the Collins Pine Company’s last and final proposal today. We’ll see then,” Mike Wood, Local 3074 union representative said Wednesday.
Wood was responding to a rumor that the workers had already gone out on strike.
He didn’t mince words when he said the union members are getting prepared for a strike.
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Sheriff withdraws plan to restructure department, lay off deputies
There will be no layoffs, demotions or restructuring in the Plumas County Sheriff’s Office.
Sheriff Greg Hagwood and Supervisor Jon Kennedy delivered the news in a joint announcement at the Feather Publishing offices in Quincy on Thursday, Oct. 11.
The announcement came just two days after a heated Board of Supervisors meeting that included terse exchanges between Hagwood and Kennedy over the sheriff’s budget cuts.
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