Local caller, musicians offer contra dancing in Quincy and Reno
This Friday, Dec. 7, at the Sparkle night in downtown Quincy, local contra dancers will provide an opportunity for community dancing.
“Such a crowd will be there!” said Leslie Mink, organizer and caller. “It should be fun! We’ll do one, maybe two easy circle dances. Come join us in front of the courthouse at 6 p.m.”
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County weathers major storm
Flood waters force the closure of the west end of Chandler Road in Quincy on Sunday.
Photo by Kevin Mallory
High winds and strong rain battered Plumas County last weekend, closing several local roads as well as Highway 70 in the Feather River Canyon, and cutting power to more than a thousand.
“All local emergency responders did a great job,” said Jerry Sipe, the county’s director of emergency services. Sipe opened the emergency operations center at 9 a.m. Sunday to help coordinate resources, but was able to close it by 3 p.m.
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Ski hill sliding into place
It’s a slippery slope, but because of the efforts from many community members and businesses, there is an end in sight for the Johnsville Historic Ski Bowl project.
The Johnsville Ski Bowl has been a historical landmark for the county since the 1860s.
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Seneca financials fall behind in October
Seneca Healthcare District took a major hit during the month of October, ending its financial period with a net loss of nearly $152,000.
The negative balance is $64,000 more than the budgeted loss of $88,000 and $115,000 more than October of last year.
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County ready for disasters; Encourages its citizens to prepare
If dire forecasts were to materialize, Plumas County faced the threat of flooding, mudslides and power outages.
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