Remember When for the week of 2/14/2013

Keri Taborski
Feather Publishing Historian

75 YEARS AGO..........1938

    Advertisement: You need the Plumas County newspaper. If you live in Plumas County or have interests here you need the Feather River Bulletin at only $2.50 per year.

    Skippy the little white dog of uncertain lineage who left a Winters Creek cabin February 16 with his mistress Mrs. Winona Ferris, in an attempt to reach human habitation over the snow of the Middle Fork of the Feather River, reached Quincy Sunday. He had stayed there with the frozen body of Ferris for ten days.

50 YEARS AGO..........1963

    Torrential rains and wind gusts of tremendous velocity hit Plumas County last week. Some 30 residents of Chester were evacuated when flooding claimed the streets abutting the Feather River. The Spanish Creek bridge in Quincy cracked and washed out. Gansner Park was flooded with two feet of water. The bridge in Taylorsville near the rodeo grounds was washed away.

25 YEARS AGO..........1988

    The Northern Valley Indian Health Clinic reopened its doors last week after closing last November, however it will only provide services to Indians and previous non-Indian patients.

10 YEARS AGO...........2003

    The Feather River College Foundation has bought the Feather River Apartment complex located adjacent to the college.

    Raindancer Dickey-O’Brien, who was tried and convicted in Plumas County Superior Court of murdering and robbing Mark “Jerry” Levitoff in Westwood in January of 2000, was formally sentenced to life in prison without the possibility of parole last week.

Note: items included in the weekly Remember When column are taken from our bound newspaper archives and represent writing styles of that particular period. The spelling and grammar are not edited, so the copy is presented as it actually appeared in the original newspaper.

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