Plumas County continues to monitor storm related flooding
The Plumas County Office of Emergency Services continues monitoring the storm and its impacts on our area. The National Weather Service advises that flooding of rivers and creeks will remain possible through the weekend and especially Saturday night into Sunday when a prolonged period of heavier rainfall is expected.
At this time a Flood Advisory, Wind Advisory, Flood Watch, and Hazardous Weather Outlook are all in affect. Residents are urged to monitor changeable conditions and expect localized flooding, hazardous travel conditions, highway closures and power outages.
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Highway 70 is now open
Updated 5:00 p.m.
Highway 70 in the Feather RIver Canyon is now open.
Updated 1 p.m.
Highway 70 remained closed in the Feather River canyon Friday afternoon because of water on the roadway, according to Caltrans.
The highway was closed from 1.2 miles west of Jarbo Gap in Butte County to the Greenville Wye in Plumas County.
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Plumas County offers storm readiness tips
With the incoming storms throughout Plumas County, the Plumas County Office of Emergency Service is reminding residents to be prepared. Take the time to gather disaster supplies that can sustain a household for up to 72 hours. With anticipation of high winds, be prepared of power outages.
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And the flooding begins
Stampfli lane and the lowest ranches in Indian Valley are starting to flood already,and the
heaviest rain is not expected until tonight and tomorrow.Photo by Richard McCutcheon
Eaglesmith to get day in court
The wheels of justice may turn slowly, but, inexorably, turn they do.
J.C. Eaglesmith, former Plumas County Community School teacher and Quincy High School varsity basketball coach, will receive his day in court May 20, 2013, his lawyer Peter Haberfeld said Nov. 13.
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