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Nine years ago, Sarah Baty was a child with a life-threatening illness. Today, she is a healthy young girl whose story became the focal piece for what Family House, a nonprofit foundation in San Francisco, is all about.
Sarah, now 11, and her younger sister, Stella, 8, are on the front of the organization’s Christmas card and promotional mailing this year, smiling and sending signs of peace and good will to all.
Supervisors want to collect more than $1.1 million in back taxes, penalties and interest.
The development of Dyer Mountain, the proposed 6,700-acre, four-season resort near Westwood, has entered yet another phase.
By a 4-1 vote, the Lassen County Board of Supervisors approved an agreement to allow the new owners of the property to assume the developer agreement and all the rights, responsibilities and obligations enjoyed by the previous owners, Dyer Mountain Associates.
Four men were recently arrested for their alleged involvement in a home invasion robbery in Meadow Valley last week.
Christopher Cudia, 25, Ronnie Williams, 22, Darnell Hamilton, 21, and Sterling Jamison, 22, were charged with robbery and burglary.
As I entered Feather River College’s gay marriage debate on the evening of Wednesday, Dec. 9, I began to wonder—not for the first time—if I should have requested a bulletproof vest when I signed up for this job.
I was reminded of a friend’s Facebook profile, which has featured the same ever-pressing question for as long as I can remember, “When the ($@&!) is it going to be torches and pitchforks time?”
As I walked into the Town Hall Theatre I wondered if that fateful moment had arrived for my small hometown.
In Plumas Unified School District’s first interim report and certification of financial condition produced by Director of Business Yvonne Bales, the district was given a “qualified certification.”
This means that “based upon current projections this district may not meet its financial obligations for the current fiscal year and subsequent two fiscal years.”
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