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   These are a few of the stories you will find in this week's printed newspaper:
  • Ebola preparedness: Could a deadly virus with its roots in West Africa find its way to Plumas County? The county’s three hospitals are preparing, just in case.
  • Candidates speak: With elections just days away, candidates for local public offices took part in forums and submitted answers to questions from the newspaper.
  • Remembering Grace: The family of an FRC student who died earlier this month said they were overwhelmed by the community’s support after the college held a vigil to remember their daughter.

Chester Oktoberfest brings music, beer, games on Saturday

Feather Publishing
10/10/2014


The merchants and businesses of Old Towne Chester invite the community to their 2014 Oktoberfest celebration Saturday, Oct. 11, from 4 to 7 pm.

“Last year’s Oktoberfest was such fun and an incredible crowd pleaser — we felt encouraged to do it again this year,” said Books & Beyond owner Dawn Gray.

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Plumas County Mental health responds to consultant report

Debra Moore
Staff Writer
10/12/2014
                                       Must act quickly to avoid loss of nearly $1 million


The Plumas County Mental Health Department has $7 million in its reserve fund, but it has a waiting list of people who need help. Why? 

That’s just one of the questions the Board of Supervisors hoped could be answered when it asked Kemper Consulting Group to review the county’s floundering mental health department.

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Sheriff pitches joint-venture plan to CHP commissioner

Jointventure
 Sheriff Greg Hagwood shows California Highway Patrol Commissioner Joe Farrow, right, the 18-acre East Quincy site where the sheriff wants to build a campus that would house new offices for the CHP and sheriff, as well as a new jail, as supervisor candidate Jim Judd, center, and Assistant Sheriff Dean Canalia look on.
Dan McDonald
Managing Editor
10/11/2014

California Highway Patrol Commissioner Joe Farrow said last week that having the CHP, sheriff and jail on one campus in Quincy makes sense.

But he said the state is ready to build a new CHP office soon. The county needs to act quickly if it wants a joint facility.

Farrow said he is willing to put plans for a new CHP office on hold until the state and county planners have a chance to meet and talk about it.

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Quincy woman wants to swim with the dolphins - Terminal illness leaves little time to complete her bucket list

Debra Moore

Staff Writer
10/9/2014

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Lorri Stephens is fighting cancer, but the prognosis is not good. In her remaining months, Lorri has a few dreams that she would like to see fulfilled. Lorri Stephens poses with some of her family during a visit in early September. From left: husband Larry, son Jerimy, Lorri and daughter-in-law Jenny, who is expecting Lorri’s fourth grandchild. Photo submitted

Lorri Stephens has survived stage 4 throat cancer, a broken hip, shoulder and femur, and the death of her youngest son, but doctors say she won’t survive the cancer that has now settled in her bones.

With a prognosis of just six months left to live, time is running out for Lorri to fulfill her dreams. 

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Board adopts final budget - Questions the sheriff’s interpretation of the numbers

Debra Moore

Staff Writer
10/10/2014

The Plumas County Board of Supervisors adopted its 2014-15 budget totaling nearly $88 million Sept. 30.

“It’s been a challenging year as you all know,” said Susan Scarlett, the county’s budget consultant, in presenting the document for final adoption.

The new budget contains four fewer positions than last year and uses one-time funding to keep it balanced.

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