High-speed Internet is here; But are you ready for it?
Fiber optics can provide high-speed Internet, but only if your equipment is ready for it.
“We provided a real high-end connection,” said Brenda Compton, Plumas District Hospital’s information technology director. “We went from providers complaining every single day (about the speed) to no complaints.”
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Collins Pine Co. to hold public hearing on renewal of sustained yield plan
The California Department of Forestry and Fire Protection, along with Collins Pine Co., will hold a public hearing Tuesday, July 22, from 6 to 8 p.m. at the Almanor Recreation Center, 450 Meadowbrook Loop in Chester.
The hearing is to accept comments regarding the proposed 10-year renewal of the Collins Almanor Forest Sustained Yield Plan.
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Small wildfire burning near Frenchman Lake
A wildfire about a mile south of Frenchman Lake had burned 10 acres by Friday afternoon.
According the U.S. Forest Service, the Chance Fire was likely caused by a lightening strike.
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Forest Service responds to local lightning caused fires
As of 11:00 am, four small fires have occurred as a result of the 300 plus lightning strikes that hit the central/eastern Plumas NF yesterday afternoon and evening. The majority of the fires were less than a ¼ acre and were quickly contained. Precipitation was also scattered across the area.
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Rec and Tech aims for the public
The concept of Lost Sierra Rec and Tech can be a muddled one for the people of Plumas County. When they hear the phrase “rec and tech,” they often think it means high-speed Internet access at their home and nothing more.
That’s what John Steffanic, owner of Sierra Promotions and the public relations coordinator for Rec and Tech, said at a meeting of the minds at work on the project July 10.
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High Sierra boosts local economy - Attendees eat, drink and buy flip-flops
Customers sipping coffee and tucking into plates of bacon and eggs spilled out onto the street in front of Patti’s Thunder — a scene duplicated just a couple of blocks away in front of Pangaea and the Courthouse Café.
It was Monday morning, July 7, the day after the conclusion of the four-day High Sierra Music Festival. Cars lined Main Street as festivalgoers made one last stop before heading home, leaving in their wake tired business owners with full cash registers.
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