Remember When for the week of 7/21/2010

Keri Taborski
Feather Publishing Historian

80 YEARS AGO... 1930
Advertisement: Tenth annual Chester Rodeo to be held Sunday, July 27. Bronc riding, bull riding, steer roping, trick riding. The Pendleton Round-up Band specially engaged for this show, the only original cowboy band. Admission to rodeo: $1.25.

Plumas County Clerk William F. Werner will keep his office at the Quincy courthouse open Saturday night from 6 p.m. to 9 p.m. for the accommodation of those desiring to register to vote in the upcoming August election.

30 YEARS AGO,,, 1980
Quincy attorney Garrett Olney this week announced the opening of his office of the general practice of law effective August 1. He is relocating to Meadow Valley from Alameda where he was deputy District Attorney for Alameda County for the last four years. His late father, Warren Olney, served as chief clerk of the United States Chief Justice Earl Warren.

Peter Hentschel, Quincy attorney was elected to serve as chairman of the Feather River Advisory Board this week with David Adrian, also a Quincy attorney, serving as vice president.

10 YEARS AGO,,, 2000
Greyhound Bus Lines, scheduled to discontinue service through Plumas County, has agreed to continue the daily routes from Reno to Oroville.


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