Law enforcement authorities still have not determined if there are any outstanding guns related to the Aug. 12 incident that began as a high-speed chase in Washoe County and ended with a manhunt in Plumas County.
State and county officials temporarily closed Plumas-Eureka State Park's Jamison Creek Campground Wednesday, Aug. 18, after discovery of a dead rodent that tested positive for plague.
Director of Plumas County Environmental Health Jerry Sipe said the discovery triggered a rodent survey, including trapping and blood testing.
In our story “Ballots due by Tuesday” in the Aug. 25 edition of the newspaper, we published an incorrect telephone number. The correct number to call for ballot questions is 283-6256.
Feather Publishing regrets the error and inconvenience to the staff at the county’s environmental health department.
Sierra Pacific Industries announced Aug. 20 that it is suspending operations at its Loyalton power plant effective immediately. The plant's 15 operators who will be directly affected by this closure were notified the same day.
More than a year ago, citizens in eastern Plumas County filed a class action suit against the Department of Fish and Game regarding economic impacts from the agency's second poisoning of Lake Davis. Last week, Judge Janet Hilde, Superior Court of Plumas County, handed down a ruling to certify the petitioners as a class.
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