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National Weather Service issues flash flood warning

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7/30/2014 - 4:30 p.m.

FLASH FLOOD WARNING FOR... PLUMAS COUNTY IN NORTHERN CALIFORNIA... * UNTIL 715 PM PDT * AT 415 PM PDT...NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE DOPPLER RADAR INDICATED FLASH FLOODING FROM A THUNDERSTORM OVER THE WARNED AREA. * LOCATIONS IN THE WARNING INCLUDE BUT ARE NOT LIMITED TO LAKE ALMANOR AND ALMANOR AND STATE ROUTE 89 IN THAT AREA.

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Grand jury says A&D, mental health have a poor image

Dan McDonald
Managing Editor
7/29/2014

The county’s mental health and alcohol and drug programs need an image makeover.

That’s the recommendation of Plumas County Grand Jury in its newly released 2013-14 report.

Read more: Grand jury says A&D, mental health have a poor image

State orders new water conservation mandates; Impacts all residents including Plumas

Debra Moore

Staff Writer
7/29/2014

Plumas County is considering declaring a local disaster as drought continues to impact the state.

Jerry Sipe, the county’s environmental health director, discussed the state and local drought situation with the Board of Supervisors on July 15, the same day the state water board enacted emergency water conservation measures that affect all Californians.

Read more: State orders new water conservation mandates; Impacts all residents including Plumas

Department names new probation chief

Debra Moore
Staff Writer
7/28/2014


Daniel Prince is no longer acting the part — he is the county’s new chief probation officer.

The supervisors voted unanimously July 15 to offer him the position based on the recommendation of the interview committee, which consisted of Judge Janet Hilde, retired Chief Probation Officer Terry Lee and Human Resources Director Gayla Trumbo.

Read more: Department names new probation chief

Second Annual Plumas County Senior Summit a success

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 Keynote speaker and District 3 Supervisor Sherrie Thrall says "I have changed the picture of aging."
Laura Beaton

Staff Writer
7/27/2014


“The changing picture of aging” was the topic of supervisor Sherrie Thrall’s keynote address to a crowd of seniors gathered for the second annual Plumas County Senior Summit on July 16.

“I am the changing picture of aging,” Thrall said. She’ll turn 70 this November, yet is still very active — a growing trend as baby boomers begin reaching retirement age.

Read more: Second Annual Plumas County Senior Summit a success

Supervisors talk budget before approving jail staff, consultant

Debra Moore
Staff Writer
7/26/2014

Sheriff Greg Hagwood can fill four vacant positions at the jail, but first he had to argue his case before the Board of Supervisors.

Hagwood told the supervisors during their July 15 meeting that he had qualified applicants for four “allocated and funded” positions.

Read more: Supervisors talk budget before approving jail staff, consultant


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