These are some of the stories we are working on for this week's paper:
Local supports militants:
Taylorsville rancher Susy Pearce, a county supervisor candidate, has been in Burns, Ore., since mid-January supporting the armed occupation of a wildlife refuge.
Plumas Unified School District and Plumas County Office of Education may be able to recoup hundreds of thousands of dollars worth of testing expenses thanks to a recent decision by a state commission.
County supervisors decided to leave code enforcement in the hands of the building department instead of turning it over to the sheriff.