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Two dreamers arrive in Plumas County and love what they find

Feather Publishing
Miriam S. Cody - My Turn
10/3/2014

I’ve always been a dreamer. I am willing to push the limitations of convention to discover what I am capable of, to learn what I really love, and to change things that I am not satisfied with.

Six months ago, my boyfriend, Larry, and I packed up all of our belongings and headed for California with more faith than actual plans. I just wanted to write. Larry wanted to mine for gold and realize the dream he’s had since he was a little boy, of being an independent miner. I challenged myself to learn more about gold and become a better miner myself. Our day jobs back in Montana fed our bellies, but did not fulfill our hearts.

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Taking advantage of opportunities to do good works

Susan Cort Johnson - My Turn
9/26/2014

Today I am thinking of a favorite Scripture passage from the Book of Ephesians in the Bible that states while we cannot work for our salvation because it is a free gift from God received by faith, our salvation leads to good works (Eph. 2:8 – 10).

Ephesians 2:10 reads, “For we are his workmanship, created in Christ Jesus for good works, which God prepared beforehand that we should walk in them.”

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Portola-Weed game was about more than just football

Feather Publishing
9/26/2014

Sometimes the impact of a sporting event can’t be measured by mere numbers on a scoreboard. That was the case Friday night when the Portola High School football team played host to Weed.

Just days after a savage wildfire burned much of their town, including many of the players’ homes, the Cougars chose to honor their commitment and made the four-hour journey to play a football game in Portola.

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Portola leaders look to a brighter future

Feather Publishing
9/19/2014

Portola has weathered its share of the economic downturn, including a bank branch closure and shuttered storefronts along Commercial Street. It’s also faced a maelstrom at City Hall, with contentious meetings and turnover in leadership. But the atmosphere is changing thanks to fresh leadership and the dogged determination of those who refuse to see Portola decline, but who instead envision, and are committed to, securing a prosperous future.

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Alternative sentencing program makes this a better, safer community

Dave Hollister
Plumas County District Attorney

Thank you for your continued good work and support.

Article XIII, Section 35, of the California Constitution states, “Public safety is the first responsibility of local government.” Your district attorney’s office takes this constitutional mandate seriously as we approach our role in ensuring our criminal justice system is just, fair and provides the greatest degree of safety for our citizens.

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