Lewis retirement has folks mourning the ‘loss of the sauce’
Lloyd Lewis, caretaker at Oakland Camp for 32 years, is retiring after this Memorial Day weekend. Those are the facts, which say nothing about who he is and what he means to 32 years worth of campers and to this community as a whole.
These facts say absolutely nothing about the barbecue sauce that has made Lewis a legend in his own time and brought adults near to tears at the news that Lewis’ barbeque will no longer be synonymous with Oakland Camp.
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County wants to use more volunteers
The Board of Supervisors meeting Tuesday, May 4, featured two major steps towards bringing back previously popular programs that allowed volunteers to drive mobility-challenged county residents to medical appointments.
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Local group works to educate boaters and stop mussels
Feather Publishing 5/26/2010
Although relatively small, the impact of invasive quagga and zebra mussels could be substantial if they proliferate to the point of collapsing food chains and destroying water distribution systems.
Since arriving from Europe in 1980, the mussels have made their way west and in 2008, were found in the San Justo Reservoir in San Benito County.
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WINTER WEATHER ADVISORY IN EFFECT UNTIL MIDNIGHT
...WINTER WEATHER ADVISORY IN EFFECT FROM 6 PM THIS EVENING TO MIDNIGHT PDT WEDNESDAY NIGHT ABOVE 6000 FEET...
THE NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE IN SACRAMENTO HAS ISSUED A WINTER WEATHER ADVISORY ABOVE 6000 FEET FOR SNOW...WHICH IS IN EFFECT FROM 6 PM THIS EVENING TO MIDNIGHT PDT WEDNESDAY NIGHT FOR WESTERN PLUMAS COUNTY AND THE LASSEN PARK AREA.
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PDH board decides not to appeal judge’s ruling
Linda SatchwellStaff Writer5/19/2010
The Plumas District Hospital board met in closed session Thursday, May 13, and decided not to appeal the court decision announced Monday, May 10.
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Trouble in television land
Ever since New Day Broadband sent letters to its Quincy customers announcing that it would discontinue Discovery Network channels, including The Discovery Channel and Animal Planet, while at the same time hiking rates from $40 to $44.95, resident subscribers have been calling the broadband company and threatening insurrection.
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