Man killed in tree-falling accident
A 27-year-old man was killed Thursday morning, Sept. 27, while falling trees near Seneca.
According to the Plumas County Sheriff’s Office, the man, whose identity has not been released, was killed after being struck by a falling tree.
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School district names new superintendent
Updated 4:00 p.m.
Micheline Miglis has accepted a contract to serve as Superintendent of Plumas Unified School District.
Miglis was the assistant superintendent of educational services at Silver Valley Unified School District (SVUSD) since July 2010.
According to PUSD governing board president Christopher Russell, Miglis has been successful in the K-12 education system, at the classified and certificated management level.
“Micheline has a collaborative, natural leadership style, and has been recognized for intentional use of data in making informed decisions district wide,” Russell said in a Sept. 21 message to school district staff members.
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Mr. Quilt provides inspiration to Piecemakers
Samantha P. Hawthorne
Mr. Quilt (Don Linn) demonstrates his Circles & Curves quilting technique to Chester Piecemakers Quilt Guild, Sept. 11, at Mr. Maid Quilters. Photo by Samantha P. Hawthorne
Over the last couple years, the United States has faced a severe decline in the job market, and a dramatic rise in unemployed individuals.
This has had a direct impact on job seekers, as many are forced to learn new skills and be more creative in their job search.
Don Linn, from Redding, had such an experience when he was the victim of corporate downsizing. In a desperate attempt to make money, he opened his eyes to all possibilities, which took him down a life-changing path he never expected.
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County closes budget gap
As the supervisors struggled to close a $147,000 spending gap during the waning hours of its final budget workshop, talk turned to closing the museum or severely slashing the fair.
“I still come back to the museum,” Supervisor Terry Swofford said. “They could run it with volunteers.”
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Four hundred school students attend FRC college fair
Students from Plumas County, Loyalton and Westwood high schools descended on the Feather River College (FRC) campus Sept. 19 for the fourth annual college and career fair.
Many students dressed their best and took advantage of the 20 colleges, 17 industry sectors and seven specialty booths represented.
Four hundred 11th and 12th-graders arrived in buses and gathered in the gym for a briefing on the day’s activities.
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