Terry Swofford, chairman of the Plumas County Board of Supervisors, congratulates the winners of the League of Women Voters annual essay contest, from left: Jennifer Mathes, Justina Anderson and Ava Hagwood. Mathes and Anderson were the runners-up and received certificates and checks for $50. Hagwood won the grand prize of $200. The league received 30 essays submitted from throughout the county on the topic “The Death Penalty: Deterrent or Revenge?” All three girls attend Quincy High School. Photo by Debra Moore
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