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“So long, and thanks for all the memories,” might be what Randy Pew will be saying to the community this time next week, if nothing happens to save his family business, Pew Forest Products.
The business is teetering on bankruptcy.
Pam Trebes of Trebes Studios will host a champagne opening showcasing her latest artwork Saturday, Nov. 19, from 1 to 4 p.m. in Good Vibrations, 278 Main St. in Chester.
Her show “Doing the Dance on Deer Creek” will reveal her newest mixed-media creations and photography.
Indian Valley Health Care District directors will discuss and possibly take action on bids for the old hospital and billing office properties during a special meeting Friday, Nov. 18.
The agenda was posted after press time, at 8:44 p.m., Tuesday, Nov. 15.
Articles about possible school closures in local newspapers, paragraphs in school newsletters, emails and messages — they all add up to what seems like indifference in some communities.
Recruitment efforts for Local Community Advisory Committees have not been very successful.
The longest running art show in Eastern Plumas County will make its welcome appearance on Thanksgiving weekend at the Graeagle Fire Hall.
The Mohawk Valley Artists’ Guild is hosting the second of two annual art and craft fairs Friday and Saturday, Nov. 25 – 26.
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