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Chester schools receive $30k from donor

Jason Theobald
Staff Writer
12/28/2011

 

This past November proved to be a remarkable month for Chester’s public schools. In the span of seven days, the schools received two monetary donations from the same individual totaling $30,000.

Kenneth Worsham, a seasonal resident of Prattville who has been coming to Lake Almanor for the past 20 years, earmarked his donations for two specific funds.

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Board of Supervisors Update; Study finds no negative effects from cloud seeding

Dan McDonald
Staff Writer
12/28/2011

 

There’s no evidence that cloud seeding has negative effects on the environment or public health. But more research should be done.

That’s what an advisory committee told the Plumas County Board of Supervisors at its meeting Tuesday, Dec. 20.

Read more: Board of Supervisors Update; Study finds no negative effects from cloud seeding

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Fire claims one life, sends six others to burn centers

Theresa Humphrey
Staff Writer
Updated 12/27/2011

An early morning blaze just days before Christmas has left a Portola family of eight with one dead, six injured and their home destroyed.

Fire broke out in the mobile home at 417 W. Plumas Ave. Wednesday, Dec. 21, around 12:15 a.m., quickly engulfing the home and spreading to mobile homes on either side.

Read more: Fire claims one life, sends six others to burn centers

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Boy’s helping hands rewarded

Alicia Knadler
Indian Valley Editor
12/21/2011

 

Plumas County sheriff’s deputies pulled Greenville Elementary student Kyle Hitson out of a lineup of his classmates last week.

Deputy Phil Shannon and his wife, Che Shannon, also a sheriff’s office employee, stood on either side of Hitson and turned him to face the assembled students.

Read more: Boy’s helping hands rewarded

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County scraps recycling pilot project

Dan McDonald
Staff Writer
12/21/2011

The county has decided to scrap a mandatory curbside recycling and waste removal program … at least for now.

Instead, the Board of Supervisors voted Tuesday, Dec. 13, to apply excess profit from Feather River Disposal toward improving FRD’s transfer stations.

Read more: County scraps recycling pilot project

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