Portola saw the departure of three city leaders on Wednesday, Oct. 9.
First, at a special meeting that afternoon, the City Council accepted the resignation of Volunteer Fire Chief Travis Schiavone.
An alert employee at Plumas Bank saved Feather Publishing from being scammed out of $33,128 earlier this month.
The Quincy branch’s operations officer, Robin Wight, thought the newspaper company’s faxed request to transfer money to a New York bank and then on to a bank in Russia seemed odd. So she called the newspaper’s publisher, Mike Taborski.
Expressing his dissatisfaction over another delay in hiring a general manager for the Chester Public Utilities District, board chairman Joe Waterman said he did not agree with the outcome of the Sept. 19 special meeting.
Waterman did not attend the special meeting that was held for a board vote on making two small revisions to the general manager’s job description.
The Mohawk Community Resource Center is hosting its annual community spaghetti dinner Saturday, Nov. 9. This very popular event is a fundraiser for MCRC and will allow it to continue offering a wide variety of activities to the community. This year the center needs to raise more than $7,500 for its operating costs.
The colorful van winding its way through Plumas County last week took two women a little off the beaten path.
And that’s just the way that Nicole DeJonghe and Brittany Todd wanted it as they made a six-day trek for Sierra Nevada Geotourism, in association with National Geographic.
The women, Sierra Business Council employees, posted photos and bits of information about “off the beaten path” places as they wound their way through the Sierra Nevada.
Day two, Oct. 7, brought them through the Feather River Canyon to the Heart K Ranch and Young’s Market in Taylorsville, Ada’s Place and Carey Candy Co. in Quincy and The Brewing Lair outside of Graeagle.
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