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College readies application process for new trustee

James Wilson
Staff Writer
3/3/2015


At last week’s Feather River College board of trustees meeting, President Kevin Trutna urged the board to act soon in finding a new trustee.

Leah West announced her resignation during the January meeting, telling the board her last day presiding would be March 19. Add a comment

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Greenville man found dead in local creek

Feather PublishingBreakingNews
March 2, 2015
 


The body of 47-year-old Greenville resident Lonnie Bock was discovered in a Greenville-area creek Monday afternoon, March 2.

A passerby noticed Bock’s body about 2 p.m. in Wolf Creek, adjacent to Highway 89 near mile marker 21, and alerted authorities.

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Supervisors split on vehicles for Mental Health; Discuss makeup of Mental Health Commission

Debra Moore
Staff Writer
3/2/2015

When the Plumas County Mental Health Department sought to replace four vehicles, they hit a roadblock — actually two impediments: Supervisors Jeff Engel and Sherrie Thrall.

“Until I have a better understanding …” said Engel before voting “no” on the request for vehicles to replace two caged models and two for case managers. Add a comment

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School district invites public opinion on Local Control Accountability Plan

James Wilson
Staff Writer
3/1/2015

Plumas Unified School District wants the public’s help deciding what the district should focus on in its schools, and how its funds should be spent.

In the process of updating its Local Control Accountability Plan, PUSD has been and plans to continue consulting the public on how to meet its goals. Add a comment

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Federal prosecutors deny cover-up in Moonlight Fire case

Sam Stanton
sstanton@sacbee.com
The Sacramento Bee

Federal prosecutors in Sacramento have launched a blistering new attack on Sierra Pacific Industries and its lawyers, accusing the timber giant of “deception” and “scandal mongering” in its efforts to reverse a $100 million settlement it agreed to pay over the 2007 Moonlight fire, which burned huge swaths of the Plumas and Lassen national forests. Add a comment

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