This trailer, partially consumed, is all that is left from the horrific accident and fire that left the driver dead and a portion of Highway 70 melted in the early morning hours of Tuesday morning, Oct 29. Photo By Will Farris
The big rig driver killed in a fiery crash in the Feather River Canyon on Oct. 29 was identified by the CHP as Franklin Cecil Jarvis, 58, of Chico.
According to the California Highway Patrol, Jarvis worked for Chico Produce out of Durham.
The CHP reported the cause of the accident is still under investigation.
The Northeastern California chapter of the American Red Cross will be giving a new volunteer orientation, disaster services overview, sheltering and disaster action team training in Quincy. It will be conducted Nov. 4 from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. in the Plumas County Library community room at 500 Jackson St.
It wasn’t late-night television, but Roxanne Valladao borrowed an idea from David Letterman when she presented her Top 10 List to the Plumas County Board of Supervisors the morning of Oct. 15.
Valladao, executive director of Plumas Arts, listed the top 10 reasons why the board should contribute financially to her organization.
The night of Oct. 5 was a historic moment for the Feather River College Equine Program. Former student Nick Dowers walked his horse into the Reno Livestock Events Center for the 2013 National Reined Cow Horse Association Snaffle Bit Futurity, and came out a champion.
The Snaffle Bit Futurity is often referred to as the Super Bowl of horse shows, and Dowers proved himself the quarterback of the winning team when he won the futurity finals.
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