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Sheriff reports ‘relatively quiet’ holiday weekend

Dan McDonald
Staff Writer
7/10/2012

There were very few problems associated with celebrations and festivities during the long Fourth of July week.

Plumas County Sheriff Greg Hagwood said he was impressed by how smoothly everything went. He praised event organizers and said he was pleased by how well the thousands of visitors conducted themselves.

“It was relatively quiet,” Hagwood said. “There were fewer arrests than last year.”

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East Quincy gets rate hike

Laura Beaton
Staff Writer
7/11/2-12

Nobody protested the proposed rate hike at the East Quincy Services District (EQSD) protest hearing July 2. The board of directors approved the increase, which ups sewer rates by 3 percent.

A single-family residence currently paying $43.78 will pay an additional $1.31 per month.

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Feds settle with Sierra Pacific in Moonlight suit

Delaine Fragnoli
Managing Editor
Updated 7/9/2012

Settlement to include cash and transfer of timberlands

According to a memo from SPI owners Red, George and Mark Emmerson to SPI employees Monday, July 9, the settlement will include cash and a transfer of some timberlands.

In their memo, the Emmersons reassured their employees that the settlement would not affect their jobs or the overall viability of SPI.

The Emmersons said they still believe neither SPI nor its contractors started the fire, but because they could still be found responsible, they decided to settle.


7/6/2012

The federal government has settled its suit against Sierra Pacific Industries over who started the 2007 Moonlight Fire, sources reported Thursday, July 5.

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Quincy restaurateur remains jailed on sex charge

Dan McDonald
Staff Writer
7/9/2012

A prominent Quincy restaurateur has yet to enter a formal plea to a felony count of committing a lewd act on a child.

Patrick Michael Le Coq, owner of Café Le Coq, has been held at the Plumas County Jail since being arrested June 26.

He is expected to enter a “not guilty” plea later this month.

Read more: Quincy restaurateur remains jailed on sex charge

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