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Grand Jury blasts county supervisors

Dan McDonald
Staff Writer
8/8/2012

“Oblivious” and “dysfunctional.” Those were two of the words the Plumas County Grand Jury used to criticize the county’s Board of Supervisors in its 2011-12 report.

The report, which is included in its entirety in this issue of Feather Publishing newspapers, blamed the supervisors for having a “lack of vision” in tackling the county’s budget problems.

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Concert cancelled due to smoke concerns

The picnic & concert Sponsored by Donnell's Musicland scheduled for this Saturday, August 11 at Downtown Farms in Greenville has been cancelled due to probable smoke & high winds. For more information contact Jim at (530) 284-1689.
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Snowmobilers want to keep Lake Davis access

Debra Moore
Staff Writer
8/8/2012

Snowmobilers and outdoor enthusiasts packed the small conference room at the Beckwourth Ranger District last Tuesday morning to comment on winter access at Lake Davis.

Voices were raised and barbs exchanged, but Lisa Sedlacek, the plan’s project manager, kept the group on topic.

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CCC guard sentenced for wire fraud

Feather Publishing
8/8/2012

A California Correctional Center (CCC) officer who allegedly received thousands of dollars from inmates’ families in return for smuggling cellphones and tobacco into the Susanville facility has been sentenced.

In a press release July 23, Benjamin Wagner, United States district attorney for the Eastern District of California, announced that Bobby Joe Kirby, 54, of Reno, Nev., was sentenced to 18 months in prison and a $15,635 forfeiture judgment.

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Big Springs Gardens

Debra Moore
Staff Writer
8/8/2012

“It wasn’t love at first sight,” according to Don Phillips, when he bought a 118-acre parcel near Sierra City in 1964, but it certainly was for this reporter who visited the property for the first time last week.

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