All Plumas schools open and buses on normal schedule
1/25/2010 - 6 a.m.
Power has been restored in both Greenville and Chester and all Plumas schools are open and buses are running on their normal schedule for Monday, January 25, 2010.
Some PG&E customers could be out of power through Saturday
Feather Publishing 1/22/2010 - 11 a.m. update
Transmission power has been restored to the Chester substation and about 1000 customers in town are without power, but 600 now have power back on. Crews are now repairing distribution lines damaged to bring power back on to other Chester customers.
Read more: Some PG&E customers could be out of power through Saturday
Caltrans ready to begin bridge replacement with stimulus money
Joshua Sebold Staff Writer 1/20/2010
One of the largest examples of stimulus funds making it into Plumas County is about to get underway as Caltrans will begin advertising a construction project estimated to cost around $22 million in mid-February.
Caltrans received $28 million in stimulus funding to replace the Spanish Creek Bridge, which is nearing the end of its service life.
Read more: Caltrans ready to begin bridge replacement with stimulus money
Quincy, Portola and Taylorsville Elem. schools open, others closed
1/22/2010 - 6:00 a.m.
Quincy, Portola and Taylorsville Elementary schools are open this morning, however Chester and Greenville schools will remain closed for Friday due to power outages. The schools that are open are running on their normal schedule.
Read more: Quincy, Portola and Taylorsville Elem. schools open, others closed
Storms cause widespread power outages
Feather Publishing1/21/20102:00 p.m.
Power outages are reported throughout Plumas and Lassen Counties. Power has been restored in Susanville but is reported to be out in Quincy, Chester, Indian Valley, and the east and west shores of Lake Almanor.
3:20 update: The power has been restored in Quincy.
Read more: Storms cause widespread power outages