Chiropractor Chris Anderson is pleased to announce he will once again see patients in Quincy beginning in February. He will practice in the Sierra Valley Physical Therapy building across from DuPont Power Tools two days a month, beginning today, Feb. 3 and continuing on every other Wednesday. Appointments may be made by calling his Portola office at 832-4442.
simulated bank robbery tonight
In their ongoing effort to secure the safety of both their employees and customers, the Quincy branch of Plumas Bank and the Plumas County Sheriff’s SWAT deputies will conduct a simulated bank hostage takeover tonight, Wednesday, Jan. 27 at around 5 p.m. So, if you happen to drive by and see the excitement, keep in mind it’s just a practice drill, nothing more.
MARRIAGE & FAMILY THERAPIST
Martin Rosen, M.F.T., has worked in the mental health field since 1995 and is now associated with Plumas Rural Services serving patients in Plumas and Sierra counties. He graduated with a Masters degree in clinical psychology and is licensed as a marriage and family therapist. Martin has extensive experience working with adults, children and families through a myriad of maladies.
Celebrating spike’s life
Manager Steve Wallick is opening the Capital Saloon earlier than usualthis Saturday, Jan. 16, to celebrate the life and times of one of Quincy’s best-loved citizens, Stanley “Spike” Young. Following his services at 11 a.m., folks can gather at the Cap, raise a champagne toast to him and share stories about a great man who will be missed by so many.
PLUMAS VISITORS GUIDE IN THE WORKS
It may only be January, but it’s already time to once again begin focusing our attention to tourism this summer in Plumas County and the impact it has on our local economy. I agree with industry experts who believe visitors will again opt for more day trips, weekend jaunts and full-blown vacations closer to home.
To that end, we are already working on our annual Plumas County Visitors Guide. Local business owners and service providers should continue to consider this colorful and informative publication a “must buy” annual advertising investment.
The full color glossy magazine is packed full of information about virtually everything our county has to offer to both visitors and locals alike. Through the entire year, some 90,000 copies are distributed free to hundreds of locations in our region.
As an added value, we also post the entire magazine in a very user-friendly format on our website, plumasnews.com, to make it as convenient and informative as possible for those planning a trip to our corner of the world. This is the official tourist guide for the area and is published each year by the Plumas County Visitors Bureau in partnership with Feather Publishing.
The deadline for advertising space will be here soon. If your advertising representative has not yet approached you and you want to make sure to reserve your space in this product, call your local newspaper office or give me a call at 283-0800. We’re ready and willing to help you design an effective ad tailored to both your budget and your business.
Your advertising makes it possible to produce this comprehensive and informative guide to picturesque Plumas County. Help us help you capitalize on this opportunity by investing some of your hard-earned advertising dollars into the single most effective product used to entice families to Plumas County.
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