County to issue layoff notices
In their continuing attempt to balance the budget, the Plumas County Supervisors ordered layoff notices be sent to four county employees.
“I hate this,” said Supervisor Lori Simpson said during the board’s Sept. 4 meeting.
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Eagle Lake trout up for endangered species review
The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service has announced it will review the status of Eagle Lake trout to determine whether listing under the federal Endangered Species Act (ESA) may be warranted.
The announcement follows a finding that a petition seeking to protect the fish under the ESA and other information available indicates that listing may be warranted.
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Graeagle woman recalls Convention highlights
From her seat with the California delegation, Leah West could turn her head slightly and see Condoleezza Rice, Mitt and Ann Romney, Paul Ryan and his family, and a host of other dignitaries who sat in the reserved area to her right.
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County seeks share of Moonlight settlement
When thousands of acres went up in smoke during the 2007 Moonlight Fire, so did the potential for millions of dollars in revenue for Plumas County roads and schools.
Now the county is taking action to recoup some of that loss — $7,028,664 to be specific.
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Seneca Board votes on first ER physician pay increase in more than ten years
Samantha P. Hawthorne
Seneca Healthcare District board members held their regular monthly meeting, Aug. 30.
Newly appointed chief executive officer Linda Wagner, proposed an update to the emergency room (ER) physician service agreement.
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