Small town radio attracts international audience
On May 12, 2011, Plumas Community Radio, KQNY 91.9 FM, broke several years of radio silence in Plumas County when it began broadcasting from a tiny office on Main Street in Quincy.
Less than a year later, via live streaming on kqny.org, out-of-towners have joined local listeners
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Services to be held Saturday for Quincy business owner
Renee Hall in her Quincy restaraunt, Morning Thunder.
Photo by Martha Flynn Photography
Services for Renee Hall, owner of the Morning Thunder restaurant in Quincy, will be held 2 p.m. Saturday, March 3, at Fehrman Mortuary. All are then invited to return to Morning Thunder for one last chance to share memories of Renee together.
Original post 2/27/2012
A Taylorsville woman was killed Sunday night in a single-vehicle accident on Arlington Road.
Renee Hall, 43, died after the pickup truck she was driving collided with a power pole about 8:30 p.m., according to the California Highway Patrol.
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Don’t waste our time: committee wants nod on charter model
Indian Valley Editor
Before Plumas Charter School officials in Greenville spend more time working to help develop the combination public-charter option for Indian Valley students, they want a nod from Plumas Unified School District that this is an acceptable alternative.
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County close to restoring A&D services
Plumas County is another step closer to restoring state-sponsored alcohol and drug services.
Public Health Director Mimi Hall told the county’s Board of Supervisors the A&D program could be back in business as soon as this spring.
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Are there alternatives to school closures?
Based on comments made at the weekly Chester Area District Advisory or “7-11” Committee meeting, there has been a lot of confusion surrounding the possible closures and/or consolidations of schools in Plumas County.
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