Correctional leaders blast county officials
Local criminal justice officials, tasked with implementing Assembly Bill 109, blasted county leaders last week for what the officials consider to be a lack of support and unnecessary roadblocks.
“It’s a disgrace,” Superior Court Judge Ira Kaufman said. “We take two steps forward and three steps back all the time. Right now it’s just business as usual in the county. And it’s a very expensive way to do business.”
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Petition to recall Harris certified
Proponents can begin collecting signatures
Efforts to recall Glenn Harris, superintendent of the Plumas County Office of Education, are proceeding. Plumas County Clerk-Recorder Kathy Williams certified the petition to recall Harris Monday, March 26, so proponents can begin collecting signatures.
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Sixth lion killed in Genesee
Indian Valley Editor
Blood and gore and the blank stares of his baby and adult goats is what greeted Genesee youth Paul Astles when he went to do his chores in the barn before school Monday, March 12.
It was a full-scale slaughter of kids and adults.
“It was a mess in there,” said a fellow rancher who saw it.
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New District 2 supervisor? Kevin Goss runs unopposed, so far
Indian Valley Editor
Young family man Kevin Goss just may be the new District 2 supervisor in Plumas County.
No one else filed to run for the seat currently held by Robert Meacher, so Goss’s name will appear on the election ballot along with a write-in space, as required by law, according to County Registrar Kathy Williams.
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Judge sides with Forest Service in dispute with Indian Valley logger
An Indian Valley logger lost another appeal last week in his quest to get financial help from the government.
A binding-arbitration ruling from a judge in Washington, D.C., sided with the U.S. Forest Service in a contract dispute with Pew Forest Products.
The ruling was made Monday, March 12.
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