Greenville is proving ground for new radar device
Indian Valley Editor
Greenville is once again a proving ground for experiments with life-saving technologies that may be used in both humanitarian and military or homeland security applications.
This time, it wasn't an invention of renowned Greenville and Bay Area resident Bill Wattenburg, although he played a key role in bringing people together to make it happen.
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Plumas Eureka State Park to re-open
The Plumas Eureka State Park Campground is set to re-open for the Labor Day weekend. The campground was closed a few weeks ago so State Park and Public Health officials could control fleas associated with wild rodents.
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Highway 70 - 1-way controlled traffic in Feather River Canyon
4:30 p.m. update - The Caltrans website is now reporting 1-way controlled traffic by the accident scene.
3:30 p.m. - Highway 70 is closed in the Feather River Canyon .3 miles west of Rich Bar due to a vehicle accident. Motorists are advised to use an alternate route. CalTrans has no estimate of how long it will take to clear the highway.
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Voters choose to "cap the tax"
Measure B election result added to special agenda
The Plumas District Hospital board of directors has added an item to their agenda for a special meeting tomorrow afternoon, Thursday, Sept. 2. The agenda item is: Impact of Measure B Election on the Bondholders and the District and Action Necessary to Protect the Bondholders. Discussion and Possible Action.
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Train ride down the Canyon delights 450 locals
The Feather River Express, a special passenger train celebrating the 100th anniversary of the first passenger train on the Western Pacific route, carried 660 people coming and going through the Feather River Canyon during the Railroad Days celebration Aug. 20-22.
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Meet the ranching women of Sierra Valley
Soroptimists International of Portola and the Plumas Sierra CattleWomen, two of the oldest organizations for women in the eastern end of the county, will join forces Sept. 11 to present “A Historic and Personal View of the Women in the Sierra Valley.”
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