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   These are a few of the stories you will find in this week's printed newspaper:
  • Fire district responds: The Graeagle Fire Protection District’s board explains its process for annexing the Feather River Inn development into the GFPD
  • Storm aftermath: The first winter storm to hit Plumas County the season wasn’t as strong as forecasters predicted, but it still toppled trees and left thousands without power.
  • Costly chase: Three Caltrans snowplows and a CHP vehicle were badly damaged after a man stole a snowplow and led officers on a two-hour chase.

County already feeling impact of inmate transfer

Dan McDonald
Staff Writer
12/21/2011

 

Plumas County’s public safety system is already feeling the effects of the state’s Assembly Bill 109 inmate realignment.

The number of prisoners and parolees in the county’s corrections system has been steadily rising since AB 109 went into effect Oct. 1.

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State accuses auto repair shop owner of violations

Dan McDonald
Staff Writer
12/14/2011

The owner of a Quincy auto repair shop is facing possible discipline from the state’s Department of Consumer Affairs.

The Bureau of Automotive Repair has accused Corey’s Automotive & Smog owner Jim Corey of 25 violations stemming from four customer complaints dating back to September 2009.

Read more: State accuses auto repair shop owner of violations

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County, union reach labor agreement - Employees will pay more

Dan McDonald
Staff Writer
12/14/2011

Plumas County and its largest employee union have reached a tentative labor agreement.

The county’s Board of Supervisors was expected to approve the deal at its Tuesday, Dec. 13, meeting. The union voted to ratify the agreement Wednesday, Dec. 7.

Read more: County, union reach labor agreement - Employees will pay more

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Relief fund established for Chester fire victims

M. Kate West
Chester Editor
12/13/2011

The Lake Almanor Community Foundation has stepped forward to establish a disaster relief fund to assist the two Chester families who lost their homes and possessions to the Dec. 3 fire on First Avenue.

The fire, which originated in the garage of the 259 First Ave. residence of Richard Lebert at approximately 1:28 a.m., spread very quickly to the 265 First Ave. residence of Nick Bagby. The fire consumed most of the two structures and all personal property belonging to the adults and their children.

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