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The slight breeze and blazing sun make for a beautiful day in Chester Park during Plumas Arts’ fundraiser A Few Brews & A Banjo on June 22. Proceeds collected were donated to the Chester High School music and drama departments. Local bands Edgewater and The Back 40 entertained the crowd while microbrew tasters explored more than 40 brews from Northern California, and as far away as New York. The Elks’ tri-tip lunch was delicious — as always — and the breeze off the river was the perfect counterpoint to the warm sun. Photo by Jan Davies
Quincy man bowls a perfect game
Tim Kelley bowls one more strike for a score of 300. Kelley bowled a perfect game March 6 at La Sierra Lanes. He is the 12th person to bowl a perfect game at the...Read More...
Local youths win big in rodeo events
Feather Publishing 3/14/2014 Team roping partners and friends Shasta Banchio and Tanner Meigs tied for first place on their first go of team roping at the High School...Read More...
California Outdoors for the week of 3/14/2014
California Department of Fish and Wildlife
Hunting for survival
Question: If a person in California found himself in an...