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   These are a few of the stories you will find in this week's printed newspaper:
  • Shock and grief: Friends and co-workers try to come to grips with the death of Cromberg couple Mike and Olga Kroencke whose bodies were found Saturday near Oroville.
  • Plan approved: Supervisors approved the county’s new mental health plan, but some are wondering aloud if it will make any difference.
  • Ice cream cash: Sheriff Greg Hagwood’s appearance in an ice cream commercial last April resulted in a sweet treat for the county.

Rash of vehicle break-ins

Dan McDonald
Staff Writer
4/21/2011

Vehicles parked in East Quincy were targeted by thieves last weekend.

The Plumas County Sheriff’s Office received at least 11 reports related to items stolen between Friday morning and Sunday afternoon.

Read more: Rash of vehicle break-ins

Quincy residents rally against sexual violence

Feather Publishing
4/20/2011

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Two dozen people rally in front of the county courthouse in Quincy today in support of Sexual Assault Awareness Month. The Standing in Solidarity to Stop Sexual Violence rally includs men, women and children. Passing motorists enthusiastically honk their support.
Photo by Delaine Fragnoli

Crash blocks traffic on Highway 70

Feather Publishing
4/20/2011

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11:00 a.m. Update

It appears the traffic has been cleared.  Cal Trans still reports areas of one-way controlled traffic in the Feather River Canyon starting two miles west of Jarbo Gap extending to Pulga.

Read more: Crash blocks traffic on Highway 70

County budget faces tough cuts

Dan McDonald
Staff Writer
4/20/2011

“The low-hanging fruit is gone.”

That was the summary Plumas County Budget Officer Jack Ingstad delivered April 12 in a briefing to the Board of Supervisors.

Read more: County budget faces tough cuts

Conservation groups appeal Dyer Mountain decision

Feather Publishing
4/20/2011

A coalition of Sierra conservationists filed an appeal last week to overturn approvals of the troubled Dyer Mountain development proposal, according to a press release from Mountain Meadows Conservancy.

“Today’s action is the next step in our long-term commitment to defend Dyer Mountain from the biggest development proposal in the Northern Sierra,” said Steve Robinson of Lassen County-based Mountain Meadows Conservancy.

Read more: Conservation groups appeal Dyer Mountain decision



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