It will be business as usual for county departments this week, as Furlough Friday officially ends Oct. 12.
Many county employees had been working four nine-hour days, with most offices closed to the public on Fridays.
The dedicated efforts of the California Hospital Association, along with rural hospitals and the communities that support them, contributed to stopping the Medi-Cal cuts that would ultimately close distinct-part skilled nursing facilities in rural areas.
Among the many outcries made by those against the cuts, a September rally in Sacramento marked the final attempt to end the cuts.
A Dateline NBC crew interviews defense attorneys Richard Young, left, and John Ohlson outside the Plumas County Courthouse minutes after the jury announced its verdict. Photo by Dan McDonald
Keith Morrison walked with a sense of urgency down the Main Street sidewalk in Quincy.
He had a date with the judge.
Jacob Mannies, 24, of Greenville, died sometime Monday, Sept. 30, after his truck went over an embankment on a Forest Service road north of Caribou Dam.
Mannies, who was the only person in the 2006 Ford F150, was ejected from the truck after it left the road and rolled down a steep ravine.
Mannies was camping and hunting in the area with his father and two friends when the accident happened.
One of the features of the Heart K Ranch in Genesee is the big barn, dating to the 19th century, near the road. Visitors can explore the 900-acre ranch during a Fall Play Day on Oct. 12. Photo courtesy Feather River Land Trust
The Feather River Land Trust invites all community members and visitors to the Fall Play Day on Saturday, Oct. 12, at the Heart K Ranch in Genesee Valley.
The event offers a wide variety of activities on the 900-acre ranch from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m., including hands-on volunteer opportunities, a talking tour and a hike in the morning that will take visitors past century-old barns.
The afternoon will include a barbecue, a Feather River watershed hula hoop contest and a silent auction. There is an activity to fit most interests and guests can come for the whole day or just part of it. All activities will begin at the ranch house.
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