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Plumas County applies for new jail grant

Dan McDonald
Staff Writer
10/31/2011

It might be considered a long shot, but Plumas County could get a new state-of-the-art $20 million jail for $1 million.

Sheriff Greg Hagwood outlined the possibility for the Board of Supervisors during a meeting Tuesday, Oct. 18.

Read more: Plumas County applies for new jail grant

 

Public meeting on proposed Quincy courthouse Nov. 1

Feather Publishing 
10/28/2011

A public meeting Tuesday, Nov. 1, will provide an update on the current status of the new Quincy courthouse project and potential sites. At the meeting, the public and other interested parties will have an opportunity to hear about the status of the statewide courthouse construction program in light of the state’s budget, progress on site selection for the new Quincy courthouse, and planned next steps.

Read more: Public meeting on proposed Quincy courthouse Nov. 1

 

Plumas, Sierra and Lassen County residents feel M4.7 earthquake

Feather Publishing
10/27/2011

5:00 p.m. update
The M4.7 earthquake was followed by at least nine small aftershocks throughout Thursday morning, ranging in size from M1.1 to M2.5, with the last one occuring at 8:24 a.m.

Read more: Plumas, Sierra and Lassen County residents feel M4.7 earthquake

 

Chester man arrested for luring Susanville child via text messages

Teresa Mossinger
Staff Writer
10/27/2011

After a month-long investigation, the Susanville Police Department (SPD) with assistance from the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) arrested 32-year-old Chester resident Larry Ronald Gorbet Jr. Oct. 20.

Read more: Chester man arrested for luring Susanville child via text messages

 

County to furlough employees

Dan McDonald
Staff Writer
10/26/2011

With union negotiations at an impasse, financially struggling Plumas County has decided to furlough its employees.

At its meeting Tuesday, Oct. 18, the county’s Board of Supervisors voted unanimously to adopt furloughs for all county employees, with the exception of those in the sheriff’s office.

Read more: County to furlough employees

 

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