A Plumas County tradition for many years the Plumas County Picnic makes its annual appearance June 5. This old-fashioned get together sets rural communities apart from their city cousins. The Plumas County picnic has been nothing more than a party for the residents of the county.
After qualifying for the Northern Section playoffs, the Portola High School softball team did not participate in the postseason due to a conflict with a school concert scheduled for the same time as the playoff match.
The Plumas County Community Development Commission, essentially made up of the county Board of Supervisors and an at-large community member, seemed to give its informal blessing to a collaboration between Plumas Corporation, Feather River College, The Alliance for Workforce Development and the PCCDC at a Tuesday, May 18 meeting.
6/1/2010 5:00 p.m.
Highway 70 is now open to one way controlled traffic at Rich Bar in Plumas County.
6/1/2010 - 3:30 p.m.
Plumas County State Route 70 at Rich Bar - All lanes blocked due to overturned log truck with lost load and possible oil / diesel spill.
Birth Partners pregnancy mentors will begin childbirth education classes again in Chester, June 7, at 6 p.m. at the ABC Resource Center. Classes will continue June 9, 14, 16 and 21.
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