80 YEARS AGO.....1930
Monday was the coldest day recorded by the United States Forest Service office this season with the thermometer registering 11 degrees that morning with the maximum temperature climbing to 50 degrees.
A Christmas gift that will be appreciated all year long: a one year's subscription to the Plumas National-Bulletin. It is a weekly edition packed full with the news and happenings of your hometown. $3.00 per year.
80 YEARS AGO....1930
We at the Plumas National-Bulletin office have received the first three issues of the Indian Valley Record published by James R. Little. They are getting out a very attractive newspaper and we wish them success. Knowing as we do of something of this importance to a community of a live newspaper, we congratulate Greenville upon securing the new enterprise.
80 YEARS AGO........1930
Good old days are recalled in a new and interesting feature debuting with this issue of the Plumas National-Bulletin. The special editorial feature under the heading "The Good Old Days" will consist of articles and excerpts from the files of the county newspaper published a quarter of a century ago.
80 YEARS AGO... 1930
Greenville today came back into the fold of Plumas County towns represented by a weekly newsletter column in this county newspaper. W.J. Hall, an old time resident of Greenville who has been at Englemine for the past six years, will represent the Plumas National-Bulletin of news the growing Indian Valley town.
80 YEARS AGO..........1930
Advertisement: The holidays are here! Place your order now for your Thanksgiving turkey, chicken, goose or duck. Plumas Meat Market--Phone 14W, Quincy.
Advertisement: Reserve your time and $1.50 for the Old Time Dance to be held at the Odd Fellows Hall. Saturday night. Lunch served at 25 cents per plate.
50 YEARS AGO.....1960
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