The Feather River College volleyball team is nothing but smiles April 17 at a special signing ceremony in the college’s gym. All nine sophomores on the team signed on to four-year universities with full-ride scholarships. Photo by James Wilson
Stream and river outlook
There has been lots of talk about the snowpack this spring. It is well below normal: not what most people hoped for. Our north state reservoirs are all in good shape so the lighter-than-usual snowpack is not an immediate disaster. Two consecutive years like this will turn a moderate problem into a major problem.
The sixth-graders from C. Roy Carmichael Elementary School in Portola have some fun in the sun last week near Paxton during the class’s outdoor rafting field trip guided by the Outdoor Recreation Leadership crew from Feather River College. The class learned all about river safety while having a blast on the Feather River. Photo by James Wilson
In a win-win for the Portola High softball team and the players of the Portola Little League, the softball team held a clinic April 13 for the young up-and-comers to learn basic fundamentals of the game.
The 13th annual Horses Unlimited Inc. Charity Golf Tournament, started by the late Jody Lindroth, will be held Saturday, May 18, at Plumas Pines Golf Resort in Blairsden.
Registration begins at 11 a.m. and the shotgun start will take place at noon.
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