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   These are the stories you will find in this week's newspaper:
  • Doesn’t pay to stay: The county’s social service director says he is having trouble recruiting and retaining employees because he can’t pay them enough.
  • School board resignation: Bob Tuerck resigned, saying he has accepted a job for the California School Board Association.
  • Railroad Days revival: Organizers say the annual festival in Portola was a great success, with attendance estimated at about 2,000 people.

Night on the town for FRC students

Linda Satchwell
Staff Writer
7/21/2010

To introduce Feather River College to the Quincy community and businesses, the first Feather River College Night will take place Thursday, August 26, from 4 - 8 p.m. The event is a collaboration of Quincy merchants and FRC SIFE to welcome new and returning students into the community and bring awareness of products, services and resources offered locally.

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Senator Dave Cox dies at age 72

Feather Publishing

7/13/2010

Today, Tuesday, July 13 Lassen and Plumas counties lost a political advocate with the death of California State Senator Dave Cox, District 1.

Surrounded by family and friends, Cox died after a 13-year battle with prostate cancer.

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It's all in a name

Diana Jorgenson
Portola Reporter
7/14/2010


The city of Portola has demonstrated an ongoing concern about notifying traffic along Highway 70 that there is more to the town on the other side of the Feather River across the Gulling Street Bridge.

In the past, the city established a wayfinding sign on the corner of Gulling Street and Sierra Street (Highway 70) directing traffic to Old Town, as the business district along Commercial Street is called.

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County amends transient vendor ordinance

Joshua Sebold
Staff Writer
7/14/2010

The Plumas County Board of Supervisors approved the first reading of an ordinance to amend the county code in areas relating to itinerant vendors at a Tuesday, July 6, meeting.

The ordinance changes the itinerant vendor license cost from $25 per day or $100 per month to $200 per year.

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