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Whimsical jewelry featured at Mohawk Valley Artists’ Guild show

Diana Jorgenson
Staff Writer
11/16/2011

The longest running art show in Eastern Plumas County will make its welcome appearance on Thanksgiving weekend at the Graeagle Fire Hall.

The Mohawk Valley Artists’ Guild is hosting the second of two annual art and craft fairs Friday and Saturday, Nov. 25 – 26.

Read more: Whimsical jewelry featured at Mohawk Valley Artists’ Guild show

 

Woman attempts suicide on day jury reads guilty verdict

Dan McDonald
Staff Writer
11/16/2011

The day a jury convicted her of felony burglary, Nov. 2, Rebecca Victoria Loretz cut her wrists.

Loretz was still at a Reno hospital a week after trying to kill herself on the day she failed to appear in Plumas County Superior Court to hear the verdict.

Read more: Woman attempts suicide on day jury reads guilty verdict

 

LAFCo orders service district boards to mediate

Dan McDonald
Staff Writer
11/16/2011

Board members of Quincy’s two water service districts were ordered to set aside their differences and talk about consolidating.

That was the directive from the Local Agency Formation Commission (LAFCo) board of directors Monday, Nov. 14.

Read more: LAFCo orders service district boards to mediate

 

School district, sheriff issue predator alert

Feather PublishingBreakingNews
11/15/2011

The Plumas County Office of Education and the Plumas County Sheriff’s Office are working together to alert parents about a possible predator.

The sheriff’s office notified the school district Monday, Nov. 14, of an incident in Portola over the weekend.

Read more: School district, sheriff issue predator alert

 

Plumas County schedules furlough days

Feather Publishing
11/11/2011

Furloughs begin for some departments Monday, Nov. 14. The auditor’s office, human resources and the treasurer-tax collector will all be closed Monday.

Read more: Plumas County schedules furlough days

 

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