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   These are the stories you will find in this week's newspaper:
  • Moore sentenced: Leanna May Moore was sentenced to 10 years in prison and ordered to pay more than $2.4 million for embezzling over $625,000 from the Indian Valley Community Services District.
  • Sheriff cuts: Plumas County Sheriff Greg Hagwood lashed out at the supervisors after the board targeted his department for more budget cuts.
  • Candidates weigh in: The three people competing for District 5 supervisor seat shared their thoughts on the county budget process.

Frazier Falls; Worth the walk

Feather Publishing
5/30/12

 

Late spring is the best time to view Frazier Falls, one of the jewels of the Lakes Basin Recreation Area. The trail is free of snow and the falls are still full. The trailhead is located on Gold Lake Road, about six miles from the intersection of Highway 89. Follow the signs to the parking and picnic areas. The trail is paved and provides a gentle half-mile walk to the viewing area. Strategically placed benches provide areas to rest and visit. The United States Forest Service reports that most of the campgrounds and trails in the area are now open.

Photo by Pandora Valle

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Parents pull students out of class in protest of Glenn Harris' magic tricks

Feather Publishing
5/25/2012

A steady stream of Taylorsville Elementary students are being escorted out of school at lunchtime in protest of a planned magic show by ex-superintendent Glenn Harris, who made arrangements with teacher Karen Williams to fulfill a promise made earlier in the year. According to Principal Gary Stebbins, there will be no magic today, though he arrived with lunch box in hand. Photo by Alicia Knadler

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Graeagle artist finds inspiration on daily walks

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Nancy Lee’s framed flowers come in a variety of sizes. She also makes custom creations on request. Photo by Debra Moore
Debra Moore
Staff Writer
5/23/2012

To the passerby it may seem that the lady with the long blond hair is simply out walking her dog — but she’s really on a quest.

Nancy Lee is always searching for pretty and unique materials to transform into art.

“Instead of just walking, I’m really looking at my surroundings,” the Plumas Eureka resident said. From flowers in her own yard to weeds on the side of the road, Lee carefully places the blossoms and stems into a plastic bag that she keeps handy.

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