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   These are the stories you will find in this week's newspaper:
  • Fire connection: The man accused of starting the massive King Fire was arrested in Plumas County 11 years ago.
  • Candidate forums planned: The League of Women Voters announced it will host forums for the Portola City Council race and for District 5 supervisor.
  • Local emergency: The Plumas Board of Supervisors proclaimed a local emergency due to the threat of catastrophic wildfire.

Less than two weeks left before Soup Cook-Off registration closes

Feather Publishing

The Greenville Cy Hall Memorial Museum is hosting its inaugural Soup Cook-Off to coincide with its annual “Night at the Graveyard” event Saturday, Sept. 27.

The inaugural Soup Cook-Off is open to anyone who would like to enter. Entry costs $15 and includes two “Night at the Graveyard” dinner tickets, a $60 value.

Read more: Less than two weeks left before Soup Cook-Off registration closes

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Highway work west of Chester will cause delays begining Monday

Feather Publishing

Next week, beginning Monday, September 22, 2014 through Thursday, September 25, 2014 there will be one way traffic control from 7:00 a.m.- 5:00 p.m. on State Route 36 in Chester from 0.2 miles east of Route 89 to Melissa Avenue for asphalt repair work. Motorists should expect 5-10 minute delays.


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Drought is an issue for upstream communities too

Gia Martynn
Special to Feather Publishing

Water, the lifeblood of all living things, has been a controversial resource since the West was settled. If one goes on the Internet and searches for information on water wars one will find current stories of struggles not only in California, but in the southern U.S. and the Middle East.

Read more: Drought is an issue for upstream communities too

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County successful in talks with DWR

Debra Moore
Staff Writer

Thanks to skilled negotiators 11 years ago, and then again just days ago, Portola residents can access the water that they need during this drought.

While other customers of the State Water Project are limited to 5 percent of their usual allotment, those who receive their water from Lake Davis will experience no such curtailment.

Read more: County successful in talks with DWR

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Wild and Scenic Film festival plays in Quincy

The Colorado River meanders through “I Am Red.”
Feather Publishing

The South Yuba River Citizens League Wild & Scenic Film Festival on Tour is back in Quincy.

The only environmental film festival in Quincy, the seventh annual Wild & Scenic Film Festival will be screened Sept. 17, at the Town Hall Theatre. Doors open at 6 p.m., and films show from 6:30 to 9:30. The festival is hosted by Plumas Arts.

Read more: Wild and Scenic Film festival plays in Quincy

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