Cal Fire had been scheduled to begin property inspections this week, but instead will wait until public meetings can be held in each community.
Shane Vargas, the local representative for Cal Fire, is arranging the meetings to explain the purpose and the scope of the inspections, and to receive public input.
Dates, times and locations will be published on this website and in next week’s edition of the newspaper when they become available.
If Oprah Winfrey is known for “aha moments,” Gail Cohen is known for “NOW.”
Because “now” is when the motivational speaker and author thinks women should realize their dreams and their potential.
Cohen spoke to Feather River College and Plumas Bank employees March 25 at an event titled “A Celebration of Women,” coinciding with Women’s History Month.
Harmony Ridge Princess Tango Kizzy adds another ribbon to her growing collection.
Harmony Ridge Princess Tango Kizzy is a petite young border collie who one year ago found her “forever home” with Johnene McDonald and her pack of Australian shepherds.
Tango was taken to the Plumas County Animal Shelter when she was 4 months old because she “ate a $1,000 couch.” The owner was enraged and “boot-kicked” her through the open door. McDonald just happened to be there that day and “fell in love with the frightened pup.”
“I wanted to take her home so much but realized I just couldn’t add another dog to my life,” said McDonald. “I lost sleep all night thinking about that poor frightened pup at the dog shelter. She reminded me so much of my border collie Django who had died of a brain tumor a year and four months prior.”
Plumas Arts cordially invites everyone to come and enjoy the eighth annual Taste of Plumas on April 12 at the Plumas-Sierra County Fairgrounds. Doors open at 5:30 p.m.
Attendees can “spend a lovely spring evening surrounded by artfully crafted culinary delights and libations, among an amiable gathering of friends and neighbors coming together to support an important community organization,” according to Plumas Arts Director Roxanne Valladao.
A joint venture by the Plumas County sheriff and the California Highway Patrol appears to be dead just two months after it was announced.
On Friday, March 28, the CHP Commissioner’s Office said it won’t be joining forces with the sheriff to build a new joint facility in Plumas County.
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