The Greenville Cy Hall Memorial Museum is pleased to announce that the next History Night at the Museum is set for Thursday, May 16, from 7 to 8:30 p.m.
Over the past two seasons, the history nights have explored the ages when the Mountain Maidu had Indian Valley to themselves, managing its resources and enjoying an isolated paradise, followed by prospectors pouring into the valley.
Measure A dates at a glance
Vote-by-mail ballots sent out*
Registration and address correction period closes
*If you have not received your ballot by May 24, visit the Plumas County Elections office in the courthouse or call 283-6256 or 283-6129.
Measure A will help the volunteers continue their work
In the space of 15 minutes, three calls came into the Quincy Fire Department — a fire pit complaint, a request for medical aid and a cat up a tree — yes, fire departments really do get calls about treed cats.
Those calls last Monday afternoon are just a sample of what Chief Robbie Cassou and the volunteer firefighters handle on a daily basis beyond responding to fires.
This week the ballots for Measure A will arrive in local mailboxes. They must be returned by June 4.
Biking enthusiasts gather in front of Pangaea Cafe and Pub after enjoying treats provided by Feather River College’s Outdoor Recreation Leadership group May 8. From left on bikes: Stella and Aleda White and Robert, Axel and Liam Johnson on their “box bike.” Behind them are ORL staff and students who were available to answer questions, serve up coffee and scones and help bicyclists complete simple repairs.Photos by Laura Beaton
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The Chips Fire “burned” more than 75,000 acres of land in a little over a month last summer. The number of acres burned is misleading, however, as the terrain encompassed within the Chips Fire boundaries experienced varying degrees of burn severity.
Just 20 percent of the area was severely burned, according to Mike Donald, Mount Hough District Ranger, in what foresters call a “mosaic burn.”
The Chips Fire burn area contains millions of board feet of salvageable timber. Efforts are currently underway to harvest some of it.
|Missie Dillon of Greenville has been missing since May 3. She was last seen in Redding.|
A return phone call to Feather Publishing from Sergeant Langley at the Redding PD confirmed that someone had called their office on Friday and gave them a contact number for Missie. Upon calling that number, the female they spoke to claimed she was Helen Dillon. They asked the person on the phone to come in person to any local Redding police station, but as of Saturday afternoon she has not been seen.
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