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DA gets positive feedback about monthly case update

Feather Publishing
3/31/2014
 

This month has continued to demonstrate challenges to our public safety partners both in the quality and quantity of crime we are addressing in Plumas County. The increase in crime, fortunately, continues to be met with an outstanding response by local law enforcement.

I would like to express my gratitude to those supporting our monthly update.

Read more: DA gets positive feedback about monthly case update

 

Long waiting list for mental health services

Debra Moore
Staff Writer
3/30/2014
 

The waiting list stands at 70 people, and both the Plumas County Board of Supervisors and the Mental Health Department want to do something about it.

Mental Health Director Peter Livingston appeared before the supervisors March 18 to ask for some immediate help and to lay out a long-term staffing plan.

Read more: Long waiting list for mental health services

 

Meet the candidates for District 5

Debra Moore
Staff Writer
3/29/2014
 

There are three candidates vying for the opportunity to represent District 5 as a county supervisor. District 5 includes Graeagle, most of the Mohawk Valley and a portion of East Quincy.

The candidates completed the following questionnaire and their answers appear in their own words.

Read more: Meet the candidates for District 5

 

California highway pavement healthiest in 10 years

Feather Publishing
3/29/2014
 

Caltrans has announced that the condition of the pavement on California’s highways is at its healthiest level in more than a decade, according to the recently released 2013 State of the Pavement Report.

“It’s important to maintain and preserve the existing transportation system first and foremost before making other improvements,” said Caltrans Director Malcolm Dougherty. “This improvement in our pavement proves that we are committed to doing just that.”

Read more: California highway pavement healthiest in 10 years

 

Quincy woman dies in Highway 70 crash

Feather Publishing
3/28/2014
 

A Quincy woman was killed when the car she was driving left Highway 70 and struck two trees on Monday, March 24.

Helen D. Ettinger, 87, suffered blunt-force injuries to her head and torso after her 2009 Ford Escape left the pavement while she was headed westbound at an unknown speed.

Read more: Quincy woman dies in Highway 70 crash

 

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