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Fredo, a rescue dog, sticks his head out of the Tors’ car as they drive in the Plumas Pines area. Photo submitted
A dog is a creature of remarkable loyalty and courage. The Tors family experienced firsthand the true capacity of those canine characteristics when the couple’s dog, Fredo, disappeared for nine days and miraculously found his way back home.
Ryan and Jane Tors have been coming to the Graeagle area for years. They bought a cabin on C Road in Clio in 2010. There, the couple from Reno and their two rescue dogs, Quincy and Fredo, spend the weekends enjoying the beauty of the mountains.
The night of Dec. 4, 2013, the two went to dinner at The Coyote restaurant in Graeagle, leaving Quincy and Fredo in their camper in the parking lot.
I think we have made our decision,” said Eastern Plumas Heath Care board member Gail McGrath at the board of directors’ special meeting Jan. 3.
With a motion from director Janie McBride and a second from Lucie Kreth, Dr. Paul Swanson was voted in as the newest board director.
Twenty years after the Quincy Library Group formed to address timber management in a swath of Northern California, an independent organization has studied the project and issued a report that indicates mixed results — the group’s forest thinning strategy does reduce the spread and severity of wildfire, but it didn’t attain the desired sociological and economic results.
The new CodeRED® Plumas County Emergency Alert system issued an alert about Noon on Saturday, Jan. 11, in the Quincy area.
"There have been a recent rash of thefts from unlocked vehicles in the Quincy area. Please be advised to remove valuables and lock doors to vehicles as well as doors to residences. Contact the Plumas County Sheriff's Office to report any suspicious activity or to report a theft."
Three siblings will be the new owners of Leonard’s Market in Portola and Loyalton.
Sierra Village Markets, operated by Pamela Garcia, Matthew Marcott and Linda Harris, anticipates taking over operation of the store later this month or in February.
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