Veterans Service Officer, will she stay or will she go?
Indian Valley Editor
Plumas County Veterans Service Officer Sheryl Austin began preparing to leave her office about 40 days after her contract was terminated by action of the Board of Supervisors in September.
After that many days with no communication from the county about reclassifying her position, she said wasn't interested in remaining in the county employ.
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Work on Spanish Creek Bridge continues
The concrete arch bridge over Spanish Creek carrying state highways 70/89 about 8 miles from Quincy is being built by famed CC Meyers Construction, who rebuilt the freeways in LA in record time after the last quake and who is involved in the relocation of traffic on Yerba Buena with the laterally sliding freeway section for the new eastern span of the Bay Bridge, and a number of other emergency-driven repair projects.
Yet another winter storm warning issued...
Issued by The National Weather Service
3:37 am PST, Fri., Nov. 26, 2010
... WINTER STORM WARNING IN EFFECT FROM 4 AM TO 10 PM PST SATURDAY ABOVE 4000 FEET...
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Tempest brewing over school district employees truck
Many residents of and visitors to Quincy have seen it. It’s hard to miss when it’s parked on the street. “It” is an old Ford pickup with numerous racist images and slogans. Sometimes it flies a Confederate flag. The slogans range from the merely crude — “Liberals suck and blow at the same time” — to the disturbing.
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First officer sworn in at new courthouse
Amanda Barnes-Turner was sworn in Nov. 12, as the newest member of Plumas County Sheriff’s Office Reserve Unit at the new Plumas-Sierra Courthouse in Portola. It is the first swearing-in at the new building since it opened a year ago.
In a short ceremony with Sheriff Greg Hagwood presiding, Election Coordinator and Deputy Clerk-Recorder Marcy DeMartile swore the new reserve officer in.
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Performance promotes diversity, honors Gonsalves
Feather River College students will perform “Kaleidoscope: Music Is Our Inspiration,” a collection of impromptu skits with the same central diversity theme, at the Town Hall Theater Dec. 7 – 8 from 7 – 8:30 p.m.
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