Should the National Park Service compensate the U.S. Forest Service for damages caused by the Reading Fire last summer?
The Quincy Library Group members think so and they unanimously passed a resolution to ask the Park Service to transfer $10 million to the Forest Service.
A second fire broke out in East Quincy across from the Lariat Lodge on May 1 around 1:45 p.m. While the fire at the Sierra Pacific Industries’ mill raged on, a mobile home was totally engulfed in smoke and flames. Firefighters scrambled to douse the flames at the East Quincy site. Nearby passersby said they saw flames shoot 15 feet high from the home of Steve Sasser. Photo by Jesse Buus
After months of searching for the next city manager, the city of Portola may have found its perfect match in Ian Kaiser.
At its meeting April 24 the City Council voted to extend a conditional offer of employment to Kaiser during the closed session of the meeting.
This year’s county fair is right on track, reported fair manager John Steffanic at the regular board meeting April 24.
He presented a draft exhibit guide and event schedule to board members and reviewed the highlights of the “Fun, Family, Friends”-themed fair, scheduled for Aug. 14 – 18.
While the well-known refrain “Who’s been sleeping in my bed?” is a familiar line from the popular children’s storybook “Goldilocks and the Three Bears,” for some Lake Almanor West residents this story is no fairy tale.
Since the end of March, a small brown bear cub, approximately 2 years of age and 150 pounds, has been making a bit of its own history in the Lake Almanor housing development. Residents Dick Fording and Lori and Hal Sinclair have tales of their own to tell.
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Little League nears regional tourneys
Greenville’s catcher, Brent Washoe, is a second too late as Chester’s Jason Schlueter slides into home plate for a run during a Chester home game in late May. ...Read More...
Fishing Report for the week of 6/13/2013
Hunter Hedman displays a beautiful brown trout he caught at Bucks Lake. It took him only five minutes of fishing to hook the biggest fish of his life, he said....Read More...
A delicate delicacy Morel hunting in Plumas County
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