Seneca District Hospital passes annual audit with flying colors
M. Kate West
“You can pat yourself on the back for an excellent year and then go back to work,” said certified public accountant Jerrel Tucker, TCA Partners, LLP, to the Seneca Healthcare District board of directors Sept. 29.
Tucker’s comment immediately followed his positive report on the audit for fiscal year 2010-11.
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Prescribed Burning on Eagle Lake Ranger District
The Lassen National Forest Will be conducting a prescribed burn on the Eagle Lake Ranger District. The Champs Defensible Fuel Profile Zone (DFPZ) Underburn on Monday, October 17 through Friday, October 21. Ignition dates and acreage estimates may change depending on conditions and resource availability.
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Fatal vehicle accident in the Feather River Canyon
4:30 p.m. updated
From PG&E spokesman Paul Moreno: "Our deepest sympathies and condolences go out to the families and friends of all the employees involved, as well as their colleagues and crew members. We are currently looking into ways that PG&E can support the employees' families. It is a sad day in the PG&E family."
9:15 a.m. - The California Highway Patrol has identified the two PG&E workers who perished in the 4:30 p.m. accident. Both of the men were from the Chico area. The driver was 29-year-old Ryan Patrick Miles, and the front seat passenger, 31-year-old Aaron Joseph Weiss. The men were unable to exit the vehicle after it left the roadway about half a mile before the Rock Creek Dam and both apparently drowned in the submerged truck.
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Plumas County leaf peepers wanted for fall color reports
The Plumas County Visitors Bureau has launched its phenomenally popular Awesome Autumn campaign. As part of the campaign, the bureau is looking for foliage reports from local leaf peepers. Timely reports and photos follow the changes in leaf color as they happen across Plumas County.
Photo by Dan Nie/courtesy Plumas County Visitors Bureau
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Outreach efforts to target seniors in Chester and Portola
What if you could guarantee that you would receive certain services in your old age that would allow you to continue to live on your own — at no cost?
That’s precisely what Plumas Rural Services (PRS) is proposing to do with its time bank, Community Connections. The idea is elegant in its simplicity. Today, while you’re still able-bodied, you provide services to others and bank your hours for your own time of need.
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