Eastern Plumas ready for Memorial Day
The roads are clear, the lodges are open and the wildflowers are in bloom. Eastern Plumas is ready for Memorial Day.
“The people are already arriving,” said Audrey Ellis, the executive director of the Eastern Plumas Chamber of Commerce. “We definitely have noticed an increase in traffic.”
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Greenhorn hosts biggest opening day celebration ever
The Greenhorn Creek Guest Ranch “family members” have something big waiting for them. They will be celebrating the many generations of families that have vacationed there for more than 50 years, and their achievement of providing an opportunity for families to experience the lifestyle of a dying breed of mankind.
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Valley schools showcased
Memorial Day weekend marks the beginning of the third season for Cy Hall Memorial Museum in Greenville.
A preview party for the new exhibits is planned for Friday, May 25, at 5 p.m.
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Caltrans projects gearing up in Plumas County
The California Department of Transportation (Caltrans) and project contractors will begin work along highways 70, 89 and 36 in Plumas County from the Butte County line ending at U.S. 395, Hallelujah Junction in Lassen County.
Caltrans informs travelers of several areas where they may encounter work this construction season, with up to 15-minute delays expected.
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Maidu Theater explores modern issues
Indian Valley Editor
The toxic legacy of mining, ecosystem encroachment and an animal perspective of the occupy movement will be the topics explored in the first Maidu Theater Saturday, May 26, from 6 to 8:30 p.m., in the Taylorsville Grange Hall.
Maidu Theater will be presented in the Maidu language with English translation.
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Forest Service responds to Clio blaze
The United States Forest Service received a report of a fire near Clio at 12:14 p.m. today.
Lee Anne Schramel,- Taylor, spokeswoman for the USFS, said that crews quickly contained the 1-acre blaze, which was located on either side of the railroad tracks.