Discussion of Indian Valley biomass plant continues
Samantha P. Hawthorne
Over the past couple years Sierra Institute for Community and Environment has flirted with the idea of establishing a biomass plant in Indian Valley; and it appears like it may soon become a reality.
Over a year has passed since the subject was open for public discussion during the Indian Valley Community Services District’s June meeting, Sierra Institute’s executive director Jonathan Kusel broached the subject once more.
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Canadian man dies in motorcycle accident
A 62-year-old man was killed in a motorcycle accident Tuesday, July 8, near Bucks Lake.
According to the California Highway Patrol, Blair David Imrie, of Goldstream, British Columbia, was killed after he crashed his bike on a curve.
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Superintendent's contract extended
It looks like Plumas Unified School District Superintendent Micheline Miglis is here to stay – until 2017 at least. At the board’s June 25 meeting, trustees approved an addendum to the superintendent’s contract, extending her term until the end of the 2017 school year.
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Pieces coming together for green waste solution
Those who are waiting for a place to haul their yard waste, will have to wait just a little bit longer.
Equipment is ordered and permits are filed, but there’s no date yet for when American Valley residents will have a more economical place to haul green waste.
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Portola man sentenced to 12 years in prison
David Scott Hall, 41, of Portola, was sentenced last week to more than 12 years in prison for felony domestic violence convictions.
Hall, who was convicted by a jury following a four-day trial that ended May 23, was sentenced by Superior Court Judge Janet Hilde on Thursday, June 26.
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The case of the missing water solved by hikers
After reading the local newspaper story about millions of gallons of water gone missing from East Quincy Services District on plumasnews.com, Danielle and Jesse Frid put two and two together.
They had noticed on several different hikes in their neighborhood that water was gushing out of an overflow pipe near a water tank off Clough Street in their East Quincy neighborhood.
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