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Saying goodbye is bittersweet

Laura Beaton - My Turn
Staff Writer
9/5/2014

It’s been a little more than two years since I joined the staff of Feather Publishing and learned how to write in AP style. And now it’s time for me to move on.

I came to the newspaper business from the teaching world, and now I’m returning to that world to teach a class of fifth-graders.

I’ll definitely miss being a news reporter, but words and pictures alone do not a living make.

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My latest addiction — picking blackberries

Laura Beaton - My Turn
Staff Writer
8/29/2014


It’s that time of year again when the bounty of nature bursts forth with abundance. Beautiful, plump, juicy berries cluster temptingly on their vines. After the recent rains, their shiny black skins make them even more luscious than ever.

I picked my first blackberries in mid-July. I’ve got all my favorite spots scoped out and I’m always on the lookout for more.

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Setting the table brings great rewards

Debra Moore - My Turn
Staff Writer
8/29/2014


The girls standing in front of me at the Dollar Tree carried handfuls of pinwheels, candy and sodas. They were decorating their animal stalls for the county fair.

A few doors down, a mother and daughter were cutting yards of fabric at American Valley Hardware. They were building a tent for their garden at the county fair.

Me, I was scooping up plates, vases and candlesticks. I had entered all four days of the table-setting competition at the county fair.

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Forest Service should either help TRAC or get out of the way

Feather Publishing
8/15/2014
It’s no secret: Plumas County has reached a tipping point.

Schools once full stand empty and closed, boarded-up businesses haunt our streets, and the roar of the railroad has all but faded to a distant memory.

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Forest management policy affects crucial water availability

Bill Wickman
Spokesperson
Sustainable Forest Action Coalition
 
The impacts of California’s historic drought are becoming clear with each dry month. The UC Davis Center for Watershed Sciences recently estimated the ongoing drought is costing our state a staggering $2.2 billion and the loss of over 17,000 jobs. As our elected officials look for solutions, it’s critical they look to the forests and reconsider well-intentioned policies that are reducing the quality and quantity of our limited water resources.

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