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A 31-year-old Greenville woman faces felony charges after a 14-year-old boy overdosed on drugs she allegedly gave him to sell.
The boy was transported to Renown Regional Medical Center in Reno. He was in a coma when he arrived, but his condition has improved.
The Almanor Basin Watershed Advisory Committee (ABWAC) met Tuesday, Nov. 15, and devoted the bulk of the meeting to the ongoing topic of cloud seeding in the Lake Almanor Basin.
The issue first surfaced when resident Lisa Marcus, at the urging of ABWAC member, David Durkin, attended the March 9 advisory committee meeting. During the public comment period she read a summary of her concerns that included questions she wanted answered by the Pacific, Gas & Electric Co.
Animal welfare groups in Plumas County are urging the public to adopt cats. Both Plumas County Animal Shelter and Plumas Animal Welfare Society have lowered their adoption fees in an effort to find homes for the glut of felines currently crowding their facilities.
The Associated Press is reporting a wind-whipped wildfire in Reno has destroyed 32 homes, injured several people and forced evacuations.
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Special turkey hunting opportunities offered in CDFW’s North Central Region
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