The location is the Hayden Mine area, T22N R13E sec. 28, 29, 32, 33. The underburn will cover 45 acres, with planned ignition today, Nov. 14. There will be two – three days of burn-down time.
The U.S. Forest Service is investigating a recent forest fire and is interested in any information the public may have about how the fire may have started.
On November 11, 2013, the fire was discovered on the Plumas National Forest (PNF) near the intersection of Forest Route 422(Snake Lake road) and forest road 24N27 in the Snake Lake area. The fire was contained later the same day at just over 20 acres.
Please contact the PNF Emergency Communications Center (dispatch) at 530-283-7833 or Forest Service law enforcement at 530-283-7769 with any information.
Holiday Market, together with C&S Wholesale Grocers has partnered with the Almanor Basin Community Resource Center to help fight hunger in local communities.
In the Chester/Lake Almanor communities, there are more people trying to work than there are jobs. With a few exceptions, most jobs are part- time or temporary and many end during the winter months. Fuel costs are nearly the highest in the nation and food costs run 10 percent to 25 percent higher than most urban areas.
The biggest change is that the policies governing student behavior are no longer just nonbinding agreements, but regulations.
Confusion in the past and a desire to establish a uniform code of conduct for all students — whether they are in the classroom, on the campus, at a contest or event, or on trips — led a committee to draft new regulations regarding student conduct.
It took three attempts, but the Board of Supervisors ultimately voted Nov. 5 to give $3,000 to the Eastern Plumas Recreation District to spend on the Johnsville Historic Ski Bowl.
The Eastern Plumas Chamber of Commerce didn’t fare as well and walked away with nothing after submitting a request for $10,000.
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