At their May 30 meeting, Feather River College trustees approved a new Memorandum of Understanding and lease agreement with the FRC Foundation that will allow the college to take over operation of the Feather River Fitness and Recreation facility at 336 Crescent St. in Quincy.
The Plumas County Board of Supervisors unanimously approved $125,000 out of a public works equipment replacement fund at an early May meeting after receiving an explanation for the request from Public Works Director Bob Perreault.
Many hands make light work, and when you’re building trails with other fun people while looking forward to a barbecue and party afterwards, it hardly even seems like work.
This Saturday, June 5, the Sierra Buttes Trail Stewardship is hosting the Lost Sierra Trail Daze, which will be based out of Graeagle and feature five different projects.
- Glenn Harris
Linda SatchwellStaff Writer6/2/2010
In a community meeting held at Portola High School library May 26, Plumas Unified School District Superintendent Glenn Harris presented his proposal for a small, innovative academy type program within the high school. The program promises to give underserved students an array of choices currently unavailable.
Terry Gallagher has been a fixture in Plumas County theater for 35 years. In a community where the arts maintain the heartbeat of the place, that’s saying a great deal.
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