The mood turned sentimental during the Plumas County Board of Supervisors meeting Nov. 5, when Public Health Director Mimi Hall requested authorization to accept $17,756 for the veterans service department that she oversees.
The money would be used to hire more help and purchase equipment to serve veterans, with the goal of expanding outreach to the community.
The Quincy High School Senior Class of 2014 will be holding the second annual Baked Potato Bash at Moon’s Restaurant from 5 to 7:30 p.m. Tuesday, Nov. 19.
The refurbished Black Mountain Lookout serves as the focal point for the new Artists in the Lookouts Program. Photos by Liz Odell
Plumas Arts is working with the Plumas National Forest on a juried art show and competition: the Artists in the Lookout program. The program provides a unique opportunity for one artist to spend up to two weeks of the 2014 fall at Black Mountain Lookout to draw upon the breathtaking landscapes of the Plumas National Forest for inspiration. In return, the program asks that the artist donate an original piece of framed artwork from this experience.
Investigations into the fatal Oct. 20 shooting of a hospital patient by a Plumas County sheriff’s deputy could last several more weeks.
Two investigations — one headed by the Plumas County District Attorney’s office and the other by Butte County — are taking place simultaneously.
Members of the Rotary Club of Portola, the city of Portola and the Forest Service gather around the new Lake Davis Recreation Trail marker. The 2,500-pound rock was placed Thursday, Oct. 31, and will serve as a guide for recreators enjoying the trail. Photo courtesy Rotary Club of Portola
Though granite boulders are a common item in the Lake Davis area, the Rotary Club of Portola, the Forest Service and the city of Portola have teamed up and turned four particular boulders into unique additions to the pending Lake Davis Recreation Trail.
On Thursday, Oct. 31, the three organizations came together to place the first 2,500-pound engraved boulder and trail marker at the trailhead on the east side of the dam at Lake Davis.
The recreation trail itself has been an ongoing project headed up by the Forest Service. It is a trail that, when finished, will weave back and forth across country roads, interlacing the campgrounds together in a complete circle around the lake.
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