Quincy man pleads ‘no contest’ to charges stemming from counterfeiting arrest
A man arrested last month in connection with producing and passing counterfeit money in Quincy pleaded no contest to a felony charge on Dec. 7.
Christopher Hale, 30, of Quincy, pleaded no contest to a felony violation of forgery and admitted he was in violation of the terms of his post-release conviction supervision (under Assembly Bill 109).
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Upcoming Plumas County "winter road closures"
Due to current conditions, including a forecast calling for several days of snow at the upper elevations throughout Plumas County, Public Works is beginning County “winter road closures” in some areas on 12-17-2012 and will phase in other areas as weather dictates. Specifically,
Plumas County Public Works will not be plowing Gold Lake Road beyond the staging area. Sierra County is not plowing their side either.
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Stewardship celebrates 10 years of trail blazing
With 10 years of volunteer labor, and more than 35,000 hours of hard work, the Sierra Buttes Trail Stewardship is a valued entity in the maintenance of the trails in Plumas and Sierra counties.
To celebrate 10 years of success as a nonprofit group, the stewardship will be hosting Trailfest, a benefit dinner, at Nakoma Golf Resort on Jan. 19.
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Feather River Land Trust's barn gets roof
The Feather River Land Trust is building this barn in American Valley, off Quincy Junction Road. Photo by Laura Beaton
The Feather River Land Trust is building a barn on its newly acquired 42-acre parcel in American Valley off Quincy Junction Road.
Rob Wade, Learning Landscapes coordinator for FRLT, said that one generous private donor provided the majority of funds for the project. Two other donors have pitched in and the first phase of the project is nearly complete.
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Chips the bobcat gets a new home for the winter
Samantha P. Hawthorne
Chips, the bobcat rescued during mop-up operations for the Chips Fire, has fully recovered from her journey out of the scorched Plumas County forest. She will be released back into the wild in spring. Photo courtesy U.S. Forest Service
Chips, the baby bobcat that was rescued Aug. 25 from an area devastated by Chips Fire, has become a countrywide celebrity thanks to her warm and inspiring journey through the charred remains of her home.
When she was rescued, the kit’s eyes were full of ash and smoke, and she had second-degree burns on her paws. Now, at 5 months old, she is living the high life in Placerville along with two other bobcats her own age.
Chips spent the last few months recovering at the Lake Tahoe Wildlife Care center, where she received specialized treatment to heal her infected eyes and blistered paws.
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