More than 130 Quincy High School students and parents showed up to protest Principal Sue Segura not being rehired. At least 110 students from grades 6-12 called in sick and stood out in the cold Tuesday, March 12, with signs advocating for Segura to be rehired.Photos by Laura Beaton
Principal Sue Segura received notification Friday, March 8, that she would not be coming back to work for Plumas Unified School District as principal at Quincy High School.
Segura said Superintendent Micheline Miglis came to her office and told her of the board’s decision the night before.
A judge ruled last week there is enough evidence for a former Quincy restaurateur to stand trial on a felony charge of committing a sex act on a child.
Patrick Michael Le Coq is scheduled for arraignment March 29 in Plumas County Superior Court.
|David Scott Hall|
A Portola man was jailed on half a million dollars bail March 1, accused of savagely beating his live-in girlfriend.
David Scott Hall, 40, was booked on felony charges, including attempted murder.
Five waterfalls cascade down Spanish Creek on March 5. During really high water, the rapids become Class 5 plus, according to Rick Stock, Outdoor Recreation Leadership program director at Feather River College. The rushing water provides inspiration for the Cascade Trail located six miles north of Quincy off Old Highway.Photos by Laura Beaton
If you’re looking for an easy hiking trail not far from Quincy that meanders along Spanish Creek and offers swimming, fishing, picnicking and some nice views, the Cascade Trail is just the ticket.
The Cascades are a small but impressive set of five waterfalls. During high water flows, a roaring stretch of white water, standing waves, swirling eddies and sheer rock faces and boulders gives the Cascades a wild, dangerous appearance.Kayakers can occasionally run those Class 5 plus rapids, said Outdoor Recreation Leadership instructor and program coordinator Rick Stock. But normally kayakers put in at Oakland Camp, portage around the Cascades, and ride class 3 and 4 rapids downstream.
Tim Gibson said he plans to provide better customer service and save taxpayers money as he downsizes his department.
The new Plumas County agriculture commissioner’s plan drew applause when the Board of Supervisors adopted it March 5.
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