Battle brews over ballot language for PDH measure
Plumas District Hospital filed two resolutions with the county clerk’s office Thursday, April 15, calling for a special election in which voters will decide whether to cap the hospital tax at $50 per $100,000 assessed value.
The resolutions, passed at the April 1 board meeting, appear to pave the way for the hospital district’s special election to be consolidated with the Nov. 2 General Election.
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Election forum Monday
Candidates for District 5 supervisor, sheriff and county assessor have been invited to the forums being held by the League of Women Voters of Plumas County Monday, April 26, in Quincy and Thursday, April 29, in Portola. Forums will begin at 7 p.m. at the Quincy library meeting room and at the Portola Memorial Hall.
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Making a difference, one child at a time.
“To give a child a CASA is to give them a voice. To give them a voice is to give them hope. And to give them hope is to give them the world.” Pamela Butler, former foster youth
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Seventh annual Spring Concert - High Sierra Community-Youth Orchestra
Plumas Arts and Face the Music Studio have announced the seventh annual Spring Concert of the High Sierra Community Youth Orchestra at the Quincy Elementary School cafeteria Sunday, May 2. Doors open at 6 p.m. and the concert starts at 6:30 p.m.
The concert is a fundraiser for Plumas Arts and the orchestra, and the proceeds will purchase music for the 2010–2011 orchestra season. Donations are $5 per person or $12 a family.
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Black Bart robs again!
Wells Fargo and Company stage driver Charlie Seevy drew his stage to a halt amid a cloud of swirling dust as the masked, shotgun-wielding bandit blocked his path on the Quincy to Oroville Road and demanded, “Driver, throw out the box!” Seevy quickly complied — unloading the Wells Fargo box and mail pouches the stage was carrying — then driving on as ordered.
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Quincy elementary schools no longer on lockdown
Joshua SeboldStaff Writer4/20/2010
4:30 p.m. Update
The PCSO has described the suspect in the Quincy school incident as a white male adult, approximately thirty years of age. The man reportedly had a medium build and was approximately six feet tall with a thin goatee, and was wearing all black. The PCSO said the suspect might be driving a dark colored mustang with tinted windows and a black "bra."
3:00 p.m. Update Officers have been released from the Quincy schools incident, while others continue to investigate.
Increased patrols will continue around all schools in Quincy and outlying areas.
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