Quincy player gets league MVP

Feather Publishing


Quincy High School varsity basketball standout Brady Rick was unanimously voted the Mid-Valley League’s Co-Most Valuable Player for the 2014 season.

“It’s uncommon to have an individual coming from a third-place team to be unanimously voted the conference Most Valuable Player,” commented Quincy coach Mike Woodlee.

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FRC women’s basketball to hold camp

James Wilson

Sports Editor

As its third annual fundraiser, the Feather River College women’s basketball team will hold a team-building camp for high school varsity girls’ basketball teams. The camp will take place at the college July 21 – 23.

FRC head women’s basketball coach Haley White is planning the camp to be as informative as possible. White is hoping to have six teams sign up, so each team will get plenty of practice competing with their competition.

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California Outdoors for the week of 6/20/2014

Carrie Wilson
California Department of Fish and Wildlife

Attack turkeys

Question: I have lived in a rural area of Woodside for more than 20 years. Although many different species of wild animals wander through our area searching for food, we have never seen wild turkeys. Never until one day about three years ago when two juvenile turkeys and a male pheasant wandered into our neighborhood scavenging for food.

Well, our neighbors began feeding them, and now there are at least two pairs of wild turkeys and 15 chicks between them. I suspect there are more but these were just on our patio last week. And these turkeys can be mean! Recently, one of our neighbors was putting his garbage can out and was attacked by some large male turkeys! He fell down and broke his wrist trying to get away from them.

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Paddle sports gaining popularity on Plumas County Lakes

Feather Publishing


This group of paddlers spends the afternoon playing around out on Lake Almanor last Tuesday. The group rented the kayaks and stand-up paddleboard from Lake Almanor Kayaks, located in Canyon Dam for the past six years. In recent years, paddling has become a popular pastime around Plumas County. People can also rent kayaks from Bucks Lake Marina at Bucks Lake and Graeagle Outpost in Graeagle near the Millpond. Photo by Robert Morton

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It’s the time of year for not only fishing but also catching


Jon Dvorak shows off the prize rainbow trout he caught May 24 at Lake Almanor. There are still many reports of monster fish being caught around Plumas County. Photo by Johnny Mansell

Michael Condon
Staff Writer

“Give a man a fish and he has food for a day; teach him how to fish and youcan get rid of him for the entire weekend.”

Zenna Schaffer

Timing is everything when it comes to fishing. And now is prime time for lake anglers and especially for stream anglers.

Being cold-blooded creatures, fishes’ metabolism and activity level are dictated by the temperature of their environment. In other words, their feeding activity is directly related to water temperature.

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