80 YEARS AGO........1930
Good old days are recalled in a new and interesting feature debuting with this issue of the Plumas National-Bulletin. The special editorial feature under the heading "The Good Old Days" will consist of articles and excerpts from the files of the county newspaper published a quarter of a century ago.
50 YEARS AGO.....1960
Harold Reeker, 18, of San Francisco was found not guilty by a Plumas County jury of ten women and two men at the conclusion of the trial for setting the fire at Virgilia August 15. The time of the fire actually started was an issue in the defendant's presentation.
30 YEARS AGO......1980
A minor earthquake shook all of Plumas County at 12:17 p.m. with a magnitude of 3.6.
Alan H. Thieler, one of Plumas County's Plumas County Superior Court judges will be honored this week when his official portrait is mounted inside the Plumas County courthouse. The portrait will be placed outside the third floor courtroom along other portraits displayed there including judges James O. Moncur, William MacMillan, Bertram D. Janes, Stanley C. Young and Roger Settlemire.
10 YEARS AGO.......2000
All of Plumas County's fire departments were notified this week by the state divisIon of Occupations Safety and Health Organization (OSHA) that they will have to replace all protective clothing, gear and equipment purchased before 1978.
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