Plumas Arts is pleased to be working with a group of Lake Almanor Basin community members to try out some new programming this winter season.
Two dances are planned in the coming months in hopes of giving folks something fun to do to encourage everyone to get out of the house and get together with friends and neighbors.
The first will be a family barn dance featuring contra dancing Feb. 22, at Chester Elementary School.
State Route 70 has reopened following a closure due to a rock slide near the Storrie Bridge in the Feather River Canyon, Plumas County, CA.
This slide is located 27 miles south of the Greenville Wye (junction of Highways 70 and 89.)
The Feather River Canyon route was closed off and on in various locations all weekend during heavy rain storms.
Motorists are advised to watch for large rocks in the roadway and call 1-800-427-ROAD or check the Caltrans Highway Information Network before traveling.
Jail commander Chad Hermann said finding qualified and capable female corrections officers “is like finding a needle in a haystack.”
With that thought in mind, Hermann and Plumas County Sheriff Greg Hagwood were excited to introduce new officers Hannah Blevins and Christina Ross last week.
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