Prescribed burns happening
Susanville & Chester, CA - The Lassen National Forest's Almanor Ranger District is planning on implementing a prescribed burn in the Betty Sue project area. The project's south end is located three miles north of Westwood and extends three miles north, directly west of Highway A-21. Up to 650 acres could be burned over the course of several days. Ignition could start as early as June 9th. Watch for smoke on A-21 as well as Highway 36 in the vicinity of Westwood.
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Sell the hospital? It’s on the agenda
Alicia Knadler Indian Valley Editor 6/4/2010
Indian Valley Health Care District directors will discuss retaining a specifically named attorney to counsel them in the process of a surplus declaration and sale of the hospital building and adjoining property.
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College takes over operation of fitness center
Linda Satchwell Staff Writer 6/2/2010
At their May 30 meeting, Feather River College trustees approved a new Memorandum of Understanding and lease agreement with the FRC Foundation that will allow the college to take over operation of the Feather River Fitness and Recreation facility at 336 Crescent St. in Quincy.
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Supervisors approve funding for Public Works Dept.
Joshua Sebold Staff Writer 6/2/2010
The Plumas County Board of Supervisors unanimously approved $125,000 out of a public works equipment replacement fund at an early May meeting after receiving an explanation for the request from Public Works Director Bob Perreault.
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Trail Daze set for June 5
Shannon MorrowSports Editor6/2/2010
Many hands make light work, and when you’re building trails with other fun people while looking forward to a barbecue and party afterwards, it hardly even seems like work.
This Saturday, June 5, the Sierra Buttes Trail Stewardship is hosting the Lost Sierra Trail Daze, which will be based out of Graeagle and feature five different projects.
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School Superintendent proposes innovative academy
“If we don’t get a handle on facilities—you’ll have a school district in financial disaster.”
- Glenn Harris
Linda SatchwellStaff Writer6/2/2010
In a community meeting held at Portola High School library May 26, Plumas Unified School District Superintendent Glenn Harris presented his proposal for a small, innovative academy type program within the high school. The program promises to give underserved students an array of choices currently unavailable.
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