The filing period for the June 2010 election has come to a close; candidates intending to run have submitted financial statements indicating their intentions to form election committees.
Sheriff Greg Hagwood and retired deputy Bob Shipp have publicly announced their candidacy for sheriff and begun campaigning. In January, county supervisors appointed Hagwood to finish the term of Terry Bergstrand, who retired.
Assistant District Attorney Dave Hollister has likewise filed financials and started campaigning for district attorney. Incumbent Jeff Cunan has said he will not run for a third term.
Plumas Unified School District Superintendent Glenn Harris, District 3 Supervisor Sherrie Thrall, Clerk-Recorder Kathy Williams and Auditor Shawn Montgomery remain unopposed in their re-election bids.
Assessor Charles Leonhardt faces challenger Mike Gardner in one of the rare races with both an incumbent and a newcomer.
J.P. Kennedy and Richard Lundy have filed paperwork to run for District 5 county supervisor, a seat long held by Ole Olsen, who is retiring.
Julie White has signaled her intent to run for treasurer-tax collector.
Treasurer Susie Bryant-Grant, appointed by the board to fill that position last February after the incumbent retired, has signaled she won't be running.
FRC Golden Eagles Volleyball comes to an end
Feather River College’s volleyball team celebrates after beating Porterville on Nov. 26. The win moved the Eagles into the second round of playoffs in Fresno....Read More...
FRC women defeat Yuba in basketball
James Wilson Feather River College’s Kaitlin Boyd leaps for the shot during the Lady Eagles’ first home game of the season Nov. 26 against Yuba College. FRC...Read More...
Quincy loses volleyball match to Durham
Quincy High School’s volleyball team takes time during practice to pose for a team picture Nov. 18. The next day the team traveled to Durham where it lost in...Read More...