Terry Swofford, chairman of the Plumas County Board of Supervisors, congratulates the winners of the League of Women Voters annual essay contest, from left: Jennifer Mathes, Justina Anderson and Ava Hagwood. Mathes and Anderson were the runners-up and received certificates and checks for $50. Hagwood won the grand prize of $200. The league received 30 essays submitted from throughout the county on the topic “The Death Penalty: Deterrent or Revenge?” All three girls attend Quincy High School. Photo by Debra Moore
15th annual century rides scheduled for June 22
Little League nears regional tourneys
Greenville’s catcher, Brent Washoe, is a second too late as Chester’s Jason Schlueter slides into home plate for a run during a Chester home game in late May. ...Read More...
Fishing Report for the week of 6/13/2013
Hunter Hedman displays a beautiful brown trout he caught at Bucks Lake. It took him only five minutes of fishing to hook the biggest fish of his life, he said....Read More...