Stewardship brings Casino Royale theme back for Trailfest
Those yearning for a Monte Carlo-type casino experience without the hassle and expense of a trans-Atlantic flight are in luck.
The Sierra Buttes Trail Stewardship plans to bring back its “Casino Royale” theme to its third annual Trailfest this Saturday night at Nakoma Golf Resort and Spa. Doors will open at 5 p.m.
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Trial for man accused of killing toddler to begin next week
The trial for a Quincy man accused of inflicting fatal injuries on a toddler in 2013 is scheduled to begin next week.
Kenneth Charles-Alan Stringfellow is charged with murder in the death of 22-month-old Braylon Duguay.
Stringfellow, 25, who was the boyfriend of the toddler’s mother, Demi Nicole Sullivan, 21, was reportedly watching Duguay alone Dec. 11, 2013, when the child was injured. The toddler died the following day.
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County’s finances are on track at mid-year point
Halfway through the county’s fiscal year, spending is where it should be.
Susan Scarlett, the Plumas Board of Supervisors’ budget consultant, led the board through each department’s budget, highlighting the percentage spent on salaries and other expenditures.
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Students observe quail-raising project
|Craig Martynn explains to tour participants at the American Ranch on Feb. 14 that quail head feathers are called topknots. The tour was part of Martynn’s larger senior project of raising quail. Photos by Gia Martynn
Quincy High School senior Craig Martynn shared his quail-raising project with Michelle Abramson’s second-grade class at Quincy Elementary School last week.
Martynn then invited students and their parents to a ranch tour for a bird’s-eye view of the quail-raising process. Martynn’s mentor, Lane Labbe, owns New England Ranch and has been raising California and Gambel’s quail on his ranch for the last 10 years.
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Vet outreach program helps soldiers enroll in VA for vital benefits
In 1967, Lt. Elizabeth Allen, an Army nurse in Vietnam, said, “All soldiers belong to somebody. They’ve got moms, they’ve got wives, they’ve got kids. They’ve got somebody who loves them.”
About 50 years later, Vietnam-era vet Paul Bianco works tirelessly to let the 2,400 veterans in Plumas County know just exactly that — somebody cares.
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