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   These are a few of the stories you will find in this week's printed newspaper:

  • Lucky dog: After eight harrowing days lost in the Plumas National Forest, a missing Shetland sheepdog was found. He was hungry, tired, cold, scratched, limping on bloody paws and missing some fur. But his tail was wagging.
  • On trial: The trial for a Quincy man accused of inflicting fatal injuries on a toddler in 2013 is scheduled to begin March 12.
  • Moving on: Just days after Plumas District Hospital announced that it couldn’t take over Quincy Nursing & Rehabilitation, several residents of the facility have found new homes.

Local women start ‘Dress a Girl Around the World’ sewing group

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Gretchen Miller (left) and Ginger Stratford are coordinating a local sew group that is part of the “Dress a Girl Around the World” project. Here they display dress kits they have put together for the sew group and others who may be interested in working on the project. Photos by M. Kate West
M. Kate West
Staff Writer
2/11/2015

In October 2014 Ginger Stratford, Gretchen Miller, Elena Sanders and Barbara Scally attended a Wesleyan Women’s Retreat at Zephyr Point at Lake Tahoe.

“One of the offered workshops was a project called ‘Dress a Girl Around the World,’ sponsored by Hope 4 Women International,” said Stratford.

“Gretchen and myself are both avid seamstresses and the idea of clothing and sewing totally appealed to us.

“Upon entering the workshop we looked at the informational materials and upon reading the phrase, ‘Imagine a world where every little girl owned at least one dress and you made it’ — we were hooked,” she said. Add a comment

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Fire Safe Council, Plumas National Forest form new collaboration

Feather Publishing
2/10/2015

In partnership with the Plumas National Forest, the Plumas County Fire Safe Council is taking on a new role to initiate a collaborative group designed to increase public engagement in national forest restoration.

All are welcome to join neighbors and community in public meetings to initiate a collective dialog on the management of forests and the future of Plumas County, say council organizers. Initial meetings are set in the following communities: Quincy on Feb. 11 at the library, Portola on Feb. 18 at the library, Indian Valley on Feb. 25 at the Town Hall and Chester on March 4 at the Memorial Hall. All meetings are from 6 to 8 p.m.
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Influenza is hitting hard throughout Plumas County

Mark Satterfield, M.D.
Plumas County Health Officer
2/9/2015

Influenza is once again at epidemic levels in Plumas County, as it is throughout the U.S. “The flu” is unpleasant for everyone, but for high-risk people such as children under 5, older adults, pregnant women and people with underlying health problems it can be dangerous enough to require hospitalization or worse. Add a comment

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Coalition seeks to increase breastfeeding rates

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Professionals from health service agencies in both Lassen and Plumas counties come together in Chester for a Mountain Interagency Lactation Coalition meeting. Back from left: Jana McDowell, Theresa Woodbury and Terri Smith. Front from left: Leslie Goni, Laura Heiss, Linda Margaretic, Carmen Lopez, Katy Dyrr and Katie Jamieson. Photo by M. Kate West

M. Kate West
Staff Writer
2/9/2015

A bicounty coalition is working to make breastfeeding the “norm” in Plumas and Lassen counties.

Chester was the hosting location of the Mountain Interagency Lactation Coalition meeting held Jan. 23.

MILC has been in existence since 1997. Its mission is to promote, support and advocate for breastfeeding in Plumas and Lassen counties.

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Indian Valley Youth Summit seeks mentors

Feather Publishing
2/8/2015
 

The Indian Valley Youth Summit is looking for adults in the community who are willing to mentor a local young person.

The Youth Summit is a community organization formed four years ago to address and study the apparent epidemic of suicidal depression among young people, as evidenced by five actual Indian Valley youth suicides in a span of five years.
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