Sacramento Bee challenges judge in Moonlight lawsuits
Indian Valley Editor
The Sacramento Bee lost its effort to keep legal documents from being sealed in lawsuits between the federal government and Sierra Pacific Industries (SPI), yet they won in a way, as well.
The legal maneuverings and mountains of paperwork between Sacramento and Plumas County are similar to a Rube Goldberg-style contraption.
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Firefighters douse trailer blaze
Firefighters from the Quincy Fire Department mop up after a fire burned the inside of a fifth-wheel trailer Monday afternoon at the Riverdance Equestrian Park on Bucks Lake Road. No one was injured in the fire. Photo by Dan McDonald
Firefighters from Quincy and the U.S. Forest Service combined to contain a fire in a detached fifth-wheel trailer house Monday afternoon.
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Friday search fails to recover victim of ‘Speed Freak Killers’
Investigators from several state and county agencies followed a lead contained in an email written by a condemned serial killer to his hometown newspaper Friday, Jan. 27, but the search for the remains of one of his victims failed.
According to a press release from the San Joaquin County Sheriff’s Office, investigators from the San Joaquin County and Calaveras County sheriffs’ offices and the Department of Justice (DOJ) searched an area in Calaveras County in an effort to recover the remains of Cyndi Vanderheiden — a 25-year-old woman believed murdered by Loren Herzog and Wesley Shermantine in 1998. No remains were uncovered.
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Public encouraged to attend EQSD informational meeting
The East Quincy Services District will outline the results of a wastewater treatment plant feasibility study on Monday night.
Customers of the EQSD and Quincy Community Services District are encouraged to attend the meeting 6:30 p.m. meeting at Pioneer Elementary School.
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Supervisors voice concern over school closures
Plumas County leaders want to have a say about the fate of the county’s schools.
At their meeting Tuesday, Jan. 17, the county’s Board of Supervisors approved sending a letter to the Plumas Unified School District requesting some communication.
The school district has outlined its recommendations for school closures and faculty layoffs for the 2012-13 academic year.
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