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Opinion

Shouting out a thank-you to our brave firefighters

Sam Williams
Staff Writer
8/11/2010


Everybody remembers the first time - it's human nature.

Way back in 1999, I was enjoying my first summer working at the newspaper and learning my way around Lassen County when I got my first glimpse of what seems to be an unfortunate and all too frequent occurrence in our part of the country - a raging wildfire. Growing up in the city, I had no real experience with our kind of fire.

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Voters face biggest decision in a generation

Mark Satterfield, MD
Plumas District Hospital Board President
8/4/2010


    In the next few days we’ll be receiving our mail-in ballots to vote on Measure B. This measure represents a critical threat to PDH’s ability to continue to provide quality medical care for future generations.
 

   Like me, many of Quincy’s current physicians decided to locate here because our community has the size, location and base of commerce to sustain quality medical care and a small hospital for the long term.

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One loss too many: vote No on Measure B

Feather Publishing
7/28/2010

This week our Letters section is once again dominated by letters about Measure B, which would cap the Plumas District Hospital tax assessment at $50 per $100,000 of assessed value. Roughly, two-thirds of the two-dozen letters we received this week spoke to the issue. We would be hard pressed to think of the last time that one issue so dominated our public forum.

Read more: One loss too many: vote No on Measure B

  

It hurts to lose a quality friend of the county

Feather Publishing
7/21/2010

Flags were flying half staff last week across the state in remembrance of State Senator Dave Cox, who died Tuesday, July 13.

Typically, when one hears the word senator, thoughts head in the direction of politician and that equates with special interest groups and a self-serving agenda.

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Music festival creates joy, teaches interdependence

Shannon Morrow
Feather Publishing
7/14/2010

Magical. It's the best way to describe the High Sierra Music Festival. Beaconed by music and art, thousands of people joined in the mountains over the Independence Day holiday and became a big quasi-family, united by joy and peace.

In a jaw-dropping set that closed out the Music Meadow Sunday night, Ozomatli had the audience holding peace signs in the air during one heartfelt song and then dancing wildly with the next number.

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