County could soon have two tourism marketing websites
Since the demise of the Plumas County Visitors Bureau, local merchants and tourism providers have urged the county to fund a marketing website to help support their businesses.
Now it looks like the county could soon have two websites dedicated to attracting visitors.
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Community pleads to keep school open
Indian Valley Editor
Indian Valley residents have spurred themselves into action on a scale unseen before, so much so, that someone within the Plumas Unified School District felt it necessary to call the sheriff and ask for protection when the regular meeting was conducted Wednesday, March 28, in Greenville.
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Supervisors weigh jail prescription drug options
Sheriff Greg Hagwood called a decision the county supervisors are facing “a perfect dilemma.”
“I’m glad you have to make it and not me,” Hagwood told board members during their March 20 meeting.
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Portola woman sentenced to 10 years in prison for arson
A Portola woman who set her home on fire while her daughter was inside was sentenced Friday, March 23, to 10 years in state prison.
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County approves plan to standardize trash fee adjustments
The Board of Supervisors took a step toward standardizing future garbage rate increases in Plumas County.
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County Administrative Officer's fate up in the air
Jack Ingstad’s future as the county’s chief administrative officer is scheduled to be discussed behind closed doors on Tuesday, April 10.
The Board of Supervisors are expected to decide whether to accept the budget officer’s informal resignation offer, or keep Ingstad in the post he has held for nearly seven years.
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