Tuskegee Airmen to share ‘the Experience’
The Tuskegee Airmen were dedicated young men who enlisted in the U.S. Army Air Corps to become America’s first black military airmen.
These men came from every part of the country, each with a strong personal desire to serve the United States of America.
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Woman arrested driving stolen car
A Lake Almanor woman was arrested Friday night, Feb. 24, on multiple charges, including auto theft.
Georgia Ann Miles, 34, was arrested by the California Highway Patrol on Portsmouth Street in Taylorsville.
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QHS senior organizes Relay benefit
Zach Theuriet Howe
Special to Feather Publishing
For his senior project, Quincy High senior Ethan Skemp is organizing a Relay for Life benefit dinner Sunday, Feb. 26. Dinner will be served at 5 p.m. in the Mineral Building at the Plumas-Sierra County Fairgrounds.
Aspiring chef Tony Schafer will make dinner and Kayla Westman is making dessert.
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Convicted burglar Loretz captured
A convicted burglar who has been on the run since November was captured in Los Angeles County on Wednesday night.
Former Graeagle resident Rebecca Victoria Loretz, 38, was apprehended by members of the United States Marshal’s Office working in close contact with the Plumas County Sheriff and District Attorney.
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CHP captures wanted man
The California Highway Patrol apprehended a man who was wanted in Lassen County last week.
On Friday night, Feb. 17, CHP officer Bryan Goings located a vehicle that contained Portola resident Michael Nunes who had a warrant for his arrest.
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College trustees vote to keep current boundaries
Four Feather River Community College District trustees voted Thursday, Feb. 16, to retain the board’s at-large composition and trustee district boundaries. Trustee John Sheehan was absent.
The 2010 census revealed significant population shifts within the trustees’ individual districts. The law requires boards take action following a census if the population shift between districts is more than 10 percent.
Read more: College trustees vote to keep current boundaries