Moore sentenced to 10 years in prison
The woman convicted of the largest theft of public funds in Plumas County history is headed to prison.
Leanna May Moore, former general manager of the Indian Valley Community Services District, was sentenced to 10 years in state prison last week.
Moore, 42, who was the district’s GM from 2006 to 2012, admitted to embezzling more than $626,000 while she was in charge.
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Volunteers work to preserve historical Heart K Ranch
|Fall at the Heart K Ranch. Photo by Heather Kingdon
Samantha P. Hawthorne
Volunteers and organizations throughout Plumas and Lassen counties are working together to create a healthy forest and riparian habitat on the Heart K Ranch.
Feather River Land Trust and the Feather River Resource Conservation District partnered to protect the historical property, rich in diversity, natural resources and cultural values.
In 2006 FRLT was able to purchase Heart K from The Nature Conservancy and has since been working hard toward conservation.
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The birth of a rivalry; How Quincy and Portola came to be rivals
|The 1946 Quincy Trojans, the high school’s first football team, pose for the record books. The first time Quincy and Portola played, later that year, Quincy shut out Portola 24-0. Photo courtesy Plumas County Museum
With the annual rivalry game set to take place between Quincy and Portola’s varsity football teams this Friday, both schools are starting to get revved up. The annual game is always one filled with emotion, for the outcome means a lot more to each team than that of most games.
The two teams have been pitted against each other for as long as almost everyone in the communities can remember. Coaches and players enter the annual event inherently knowing that it’s more than a game. The history of the rivalry goes back nearly 70 years, when the two teams first went up against one another.
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Purple Purse campaign raises domestic abuse awareness
|Liz Page holds up the two purple charms she found in one day, taking part in the scavenger hunt portion of the Purple Purse campaign. Photo submitted
Entering its fourth week of the Purple Purse campaign, Plumas Rural Services hopes to make one more big push for the month-long fundraiser.
Plumas County was chosen as one of 140 counties participating in the national campaign that was launched Sept. 2. The Allstate Foundation has set up different incentives during the month to help organizations raise funds and awareness of domestic abuse.
October is nationally recognized as Domestic Abuse Awareness Month, so the campaign was meant to create a dialogue on the serious matter before October hit.
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November election looms Time to register to vote, attend forums
Election day is less than six weeks away and candidates are trying to get their message heard.
The League of Women Voters is hosting candidate forums for the Portola City Council race and for District 5 supervisor, as well as an informational meeting on the state propositions.
Read more: November election looms Time to register to vote, attend forums