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   These are the stories we are working on for this week's newspaper:
  • Quick fix: A plumbing problem is forcing the Plumas Unified School District to move its headquarters to the former probation building.
  • Lesser charges: A former Chester Public Utility District general manager pleaded guilty to reduced charges last month in connection with unauthorized use of a district credit card at a Reno strip club.

-Headline News

Conservation projects raise concern over water rights

Joshua Sebold
Staff Writer
3/23/2011

At a meeting Tuesday, March 8, the Plumas County Board of Supervisors unanimously voted to create a resolution to ensure water rights were properly addressed and protected in all future Coordinated Resource Management (CRM) group projects.

Read more: Conservation projects raise concern over water rights

 

Supervisors order restart of A&D services

Joshua Sebold
Staff Writer
3/23/2011

At a meeting Tuesday, March 15, the Plumas County Board of Supervisors (BOS) directed staff to prepare a proposal to begin providing alcohol and drug (A&D) services again in fiscal year 2011-12, ending a 30-month gap in state-funded aid.

Read more: Supervisors order restart of A&D services

 

Chester High fish program returns to full operational status

M. Kate West
Chester Editor
3/23/2011

The Chester High School limnology program went operational again March 14 with the receipt of 500 pounds of Eagle Lake trout from the California Department of Fish and Game’s (DFG) Crystal Lake Hatchery.

Read more: Chester High fish program returns to full operational status

 

Electricity restored to Meadow Valley

Feather Publishing
3/21/2011
1:30 p.m. Upate
Power has been restored to Meadow Valley.

6:30 a.m.
Meadow Valley has been without power for nearly 40 hours as PG&E workers attempt to get a replacement power pole across the unseasonably high flow of Spanish Creek in the Devil's Elbow/Lover's Leap area during storm conditions. The company estimates that power will be returned or a new update will be provided by 10 p.m. tonight.
 

Can the City of Portola give preference to local contractors?

Diana Jorgenson
Staff Writer
3/19/2011

The subject of whether the city could give preference to local contractors, even when their bid is not the lowest, first came before Portola’s City Council during discussions about the A15 road improvement project scheduled for this summer.

Mayor Pro Tem Juliana Mark brought the subject up and referenced the local economy as the motivation. Since then, City Attorney Steve Gross researched the city’s possibilities and presented a concise report to the council at its Feb. 11 meeting.

Read more: Can the City of Portola give preference to local contractors?

 

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