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Nary a patch

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2/6/2014
 
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A red, white and blue stars and stripes design barn quilt graces a barn on the Thompson Valley Ranch bordering La Porte Road in East Quincy. Grizzly Ridge looms in the background in the middle of winter, with nary a patch of snow visible. An unusually dry winter is causing concern among some but is a boon for many others. However, snow began falling in Plumas County the morning of Feb. 6, 2014. Photo by Laura Beaton
 

USFS continues underburn northeast of Quincy

Burn Notification – Plumas County, Plumas NF, Mt Hough RD
 
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    Project Name: Empire Underburn, Unit 2
 
· Agency Contact: Ryan Bauer (530) 283-7673, or (530) 394-8007
 
· Descriptive Location: T25N, R10E, Section 33. Approximately 4 miles northeast of Quincy, CA.

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Moon’s featured on Nevada Backroads TV show

Laura Beaton
Staff Writer
2/5/2014
 

Was Moon’s Restaurant once a brothel, a gambling parlor or a speakeasy? Nevada’s KTVN Channel 2 News reporter Jack Sutton posed those questions during an episode of “Nevada Backroads, A Slice of History,” in a January TV segment.

A film crew came to Quincy in early January and interviewed restaurant owner Lisa Kelly and Plumas County Museum director Scott Lawson about the legendary Moon’s establishment.

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A group of people involved in a “Nevada Backroads” television segment gathers at Moon’s in Quincy during filming. From left: Sam and Scott Lawson, Lisa Kelly, Dr. Jack Sutton, Tyson Real and Danielle Jabbour. Photo submitted

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Bucks Lake: Glittering jewel of the Feather River watershed

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Sandy Point lies across the open water, where dozens of waterfowl rest.
Laura Beaton
Staff Writer
2/4/2014

 

Bucks Lake has been a mainstay of recreation and hydropower in Plumas County for about 80 years. Before Bucks Dam was built in 1928, the area was known as Bucks Ranch and was used for grazing cattle and horses.

Prior to its ranching days, Bucks Ranch was part of the Maidu summer hunting and gathering grounds. On the west shore of the lake is an area known as Indian Rocks. Many grinding holes exist on top of the large granite rocks there. Acorns, a staple of the Indians’ diet, were ground into meal inside these holes.

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Lassen CHP officer, wife arrested on charges of fraud

Feather Publishing
2/4/2014
 

An 11-year veteran California Highway Patrol officer stationed in Lassen County and his wife were arrested on five felony counts of worker's compensation insurance fraud, according to a press release from the office of Sacramento County District Attorney Jan Scully.

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Fishing Report for the week of 4/18/2014

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