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Opinion

Every 15 Minutes drives home the reality of alcohol-related crashes

Feather Publishing
5/28/2013
 

  Every year in this county about 10,000 people die in alcohol-related crashes. The number of people injured is far greater; and the number of friends and family whose lives are changed forever is immeasurable.

  Last week, students at Quincy High School came as close as a person can come to experiencing the traumatic impact of a drunk driver causing a fatal accident — without having to actually lose a friend or family member.

Read more: Every 15 Minutes drives home the reality of alcohol-related crashes

 

Principal’s file reveals legitimate complaints, but no ‘smoking gun’

Feather Publishing
5/23/2013

  Quincy High School’s energetic and outspoken principal admits that she sometimes strays from the mainstream when it comes to doing what she thinks is best for her school.

  Dr. Sue Segura’s often unconventional approach to her job has endeared her to many teachers, students and parents. That is clearly apparent by the outpouring of support she has received the past two months.

Read more: Principal’s file reveals legitimate complaints, but no ‘smoking gun’

  

Fire season arrives early this year

Feather Publishing
5/16/2013

  It’s only the middle of May, but a long and potentially severe fire season may have already begun in the state of California.

  Earlier this month, a 40-square-mile fire burned north of Los Angeles. Closer to home, two fires burned in Tehama and Butte counties.

Read more: Fire season arrives early this year

  

Property owners need to support local fire measure

Feather Publishing
5/8/2013
 

  What if you swerve to avoid a deer in the Feather River Canyon and your car veers into the river?

  What if you fry chicken for dinner and a grease fire ignites your kitchen?

Read more: Property owners need to support local fire measure

  

Bad decisions overwhelm comedy of errors

Dan McDonald
Managing Editor
5/1/2013
 

  How the hell did I get myself into this mess?

  That’s what I was thinking a few weeks ago as my wife, our dog and I trudged down a cold and lonely dirt road in the mountains, miles from civilization.

  My usually trusty four-wheel-drive Toyota was hopelessly stuck in a little patch of snow no bigger than a slip-n-slide.

Read more: Bad decisions overwhelm comedy of errors

  

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