What was Plumas County’s big story? What did we miss? Where do we go in 2010?

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In 17 days, we will put 2010 to bed. As it has been said, it will be one for the history books. The news staff has been diligently sorting through its archives compiling stories and photos from the last 52 weeks of news coverage.

Some of the stories are haunting while others are routine, but each one retells the history of our community in 2010.

As we look over each story and photo, we think we know what the biggest stories have been. We even think we have a grasp on the also-rans of the year.

However, we are a curious group of people. Our job is to ask questions, repeatedly if need be, until we get answers.   Therefore, we would like to know what you, the reader, think is the biggest story of the year. Send your reply to Managing Editor Delaine Fragnoli at

While you are telling us that, we would like you to tell us what story we missed, what kind of coverage you would like to see more of in 2011 and what coverage you would like to see less of?

One more thing: if you can help us by being a citizen journalist, add your name, phone number, e-mail address and what area of county life you would like to cover. We try to get to as many events and meetings as possible, but always appreciate when a reader can lend a hand, or better yet, a photo.

We are always striving to be the best community newspaper in Northern California, but more than that, we want to be your community newspaper. Your ideas and thoughts are always appreciated.

Again, send your number one story of 2010 to Delaine Fragnoli at by Wednesday, Dec. 21, to be covered in the Year in Review that is scheduled to be published Wednesday, Dec. 29.

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