Editor’s note: Portions of this news article were published last December. We are reprinting this story because it contains useful information for winter driving.
From the twists of the Feather River Canyon to ice in the Sierra Valley and snow on Morgan Summit, motorists throughout Plumas County contend with treacherous winter driving conditions.
California Highway Patrol officers Jim Stowe and Ryan Culver shared tips to help motorists navigate the next several months.
The Plumas County Fire Safe Council members extend their best wishes to all for a safe and healthy holiday season and cordially invite the public to their monthly meeting Thursday, Dec. 12, at the Plumas County Planning & Building Services office, from 9 to 11 a.m.The office is located at 555 Main St. in Quincy.
Some local health care professionals embrace the Affordable Care Act; others do not.
“I’m very excited,” said Kathy Price, who is on the board of directors for Plumas District Hospital. “I’m so happy that in my lifetime I can see this.”
For 25 years area residents have been hauling their yard waste to Sierra Pacific Industries, sometimes filling an area the size of a football field with pine needles, leaves and yard clippings.
But that practice ended Nov. 24 — at least temporarily — while SPI builds its new sawmill.
A group of Indian Valley teens relaxes under a full moon reflected off Antelope Lake on Nov. 16 after spending the evening canoeing. The trip was led by Kyle Rodgers and Amy Hafsrud, employees of the Sierra Institute for Community and Environment, and community members Judy Dolphin and Janiska and Scott Nordstrum.
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