The number of released inmates and parolees is growing in Plumas County, and more help is being added to help supervise and provide services for those individuals.
The Board of Supervisors authorized hiring a part-time community care case manager to assist Stephanie Tanaka, the county’s alternative sentencing coordinator, who works within the district attorney’s office.
A 39-year-old Reno man was killed in a kayaking accident north of Indian Falls on Saturday afternoon, March 23.
According to the Plumas County Sheriff’s Office, Dirk Laurie Von-Bradford drowned after he became separated from his kayak about three quarters of a mile above the falls. He was reportedly under water in the river for about 10 minutes.
The California Highway Patrol last week named a new commander for the Quincy Area post.
Lt. Joseph Edwards Jr. was selected to replace outgoing Quincy Commander Bruce Carpenter, beginning May 1.
In an effort to establish renewable energy sources in Plumas County, consultants hired by the Sierra Institute for Community and Environment have been meeting with districts throughout the area to discuss the benefits of utilizing biomass.
After meeting with one such consultant, the Indian Valley Community Services District decided to delve further into the idea.
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