|The Greenville High School Drama Class performs the final showing of "Arsenic and Old Lace" at Greenville High School on May 13. Photo courtesy of Peter Lind.|
For many years now, the Plumas County Picnic has been associated with the Sierra Cascade Street Rodders’ show and shine. The 2013 version of the picnic is no different. However, this year will feature a new, and hopefully annual, attraction: the Plumas County Picnic Swap Meet.
Plumas County may soon have a new department — the Department of Emergency Management and Environmental Health.
“This would be catching up the administrative structure with the day-to-day reality,” Jerry Sipe told the Board of Supervisors during its May 14 meeting.
On Monday, May 13, Hat Creek Construction began paving operations on the east end of the Chester Flood Control Channel and on both ends of the Feather River Bridge. Grinding continues throughout Chester.
Fresh fruits and vegetables will return to the Quincy Certified Farmers Market site in front of the school district office on Main Street on Thursday, June 20.
In addition to fresh local produce, the market will offer an expanded prepared food section as well as artisan, crafter and educational booths. Live music will accompany each weekly market.
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