Remember When for the week of 6/27/2012

75 YEARS AGO.............1937

Advertisement: Feather River Inn at Blairsden grand opening under new management on Saturday. Enjoy the festivities, the grand dinner and dance with music provided by Bob Besuka and his famous orchestra.

Pleading for the preservation of California's wilderness, California Governor Frank F. Merriman addressed a convention of some 70 California newspaper publishers at Johnsville Saturday night as the guest of the annual Plumas County visit of the California Newspaper Publishers Association. The week-long convention included a Governor’s dinner at Bucks Lake Friday night and a Governor's trout breakfast Sunday morning.


50 YEARS AGO...........1962

The walkway and bicycle path from Quincy to Gansner Park is now complete and in good use.

The Valley Swim Club at Taylorsville is nearing its goal of a swimming pool. On a recent work day a large number of volunteer workers constructed a fence and erected a sign. Actual construction of the pool is expected within the month.


25 YEARS AGO.........1987

The Greenville Crescent Street building that formerly housed a series of banks throughout the years did not sell at a recent public trustees property sale. The building has been vacant since February when First Interstate Bank closed it's Greenville-Indian Valley branch.

Feather River College graduated 46 students this week at its 17th annual commencement.


10 YEARS AGO.........2002

Plumas District Hospital took delivery of a new van-style ambulance, funded by a grant written by Nancy Coulter, emergency room director.


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