Winter has released its grip on Bucks Lake, which is free of ice in this April 7 photo. Businesses near the lake have opened already and the road is plowed all the way to the dam.
Bucks Lake Lodge’s bar and restaurant are open Thursday thru Monday from 11 a.m. to midnight. The Lakeshore Resort is also open for business Wednesday thru Sunday, from 11 a.m.-7 p.m. for lunch and dinner, and 8 p.m. on the weekends. Coffee is available to fishermen and women at 9 a.m. and the boat ramp is open.
Snow survey teams from the Lassen National Forest recently collected annual snow data information, which is now available to the public. These surveys are conducted to determine the water content in the accumulated snowfall. The information is collected for the state of California and is used primarily for stream flow forecasting.
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Fires, spills and road closures can’t keep Caribou Crossroads down
Every year anglers salivate as streams and rivers open their banks to legal trout fishing. The folks at Caribou Crossroads are ready to celebrate the trout opener, held annually on the last Saturday in April, this year the 27th.
Pam and Mike Hanson, owners of Caribou Crossroads, are holding their seventh annual Big Fish Contest beginning at 7 a.m. Saturday, April 27. Registration must be completed before the contest kicks off.
The combination campground and café is located at the junction of Highway 70 and Caribou Road, about 30 miles west of Quincy. The campground borders the beautiful North Fork Feather River.
Plumas County supervisors say they would rather go to jail than return any of the Secure Rural Schools funding that has already been received.
“What happens if we don’t send the money back?” Supervisor Sherrie Thrall asked during the board’s April 2 meeting. “What happens if we say ‘kiss off’?”
Plumas County passed its annual audit and any hiccups that were uncovered have already been stifled.
Norm Newell, representing the accounting firm of Smith & Newell, presented the fiscal year 2012 audit to the Board of Supervisors on April 2.
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