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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.

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Attendees can once again savor the ‘Taste of Plumas’

Feather Publishing
4/7/2014
 

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.

Read more: Attendees can once again savor the ‘Taste of Plumas’

 

State nixes joint facility plan

Dan McDonald
Managing Editor
4/6/2014
 

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.

Read more: State nixes joint facility plan

 

County fair exhibit guides are out

Laura Beaton
Staff Writer
4/6/2014
 

Let the fun and games begin! Fair manager John Steffanic presented the 2014 Exhibit Guide for the Plumas-Sierra County Fair at the March 26 board meeting.

New this year is the return of Sweetheart of the Mountains, a celebration of 150 years of state parks and a “selfie” photo contest.

Read more: County fair exhibit guides are out

 

CalFire workers train for local inspections

Debra Moore
Staff Writer
4/5/2014
 

Plumas County residents who pay the annual $150 CalFire fee should begin preparing their properties for inspection.

Four CalFire inspectors are training this week and are scheduled to begin their work April 7 and wrap up at the end of June.

Read more: CalFire workers train for local inspections

 

Call for verification before burning yard debris

Debra Moore
Staff Writer
4/5/2014

 

Plumas County residents, with the exception of those who live in downtown Quincy and East Quincy, can burn their yard debris, but need to ensure that it is an allowable burn day.

Ryan Murano, of the Northern Sierra Air Quality Management District, encourages residents to call the number for their area. “The recording usually covers two days of burn information,” Murano said.

Read more: Call for verification before burning yard debris

 

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