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Opinion

The handwriting is on the wall but it’s not too late to act

    We have reported week after week on the turmoil and controversy surrounding the dissatisfaction of parents, students and teachers in Greenville.    

These parents, teachers and students have been to school district board meetings month after month, expressing their dissatisfaction and asking to be included in discussions, asking for the matter to be placed on the board’s agenda.

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So much to do; so little time

Delaine Fragnoli
Managing Editor
5/5/2010

The weather in Plumas County may have been spotty lately, but our cultural offerings have been sunny and bright. Every once in awhile, I am amazed anew at what all we can pull off when we want to. Over the last month, I have attended so many varied events that I have almost lost track. Bear with me as I recount a few.

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Goldman Sachs - What does it teach us?

Joshua Sebold
Staff Writer
4/28/2010


    I don't have enough space here to explain specifically why many of Goldman Sachs actions in the last few years were damaging to the economy, but there are about a hundred stories online documenting the company’s role in the downturn; so if you haven’t gotten to step one of genuinely despising the company and everyone in the upper levels of it, an hour of web-surfing should get you there.

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The handwriting is on the paper

Alicia Knadler
Indian Valley Editor
4/28/2010


    Earlier this month, a feeling of selfish whininess overcame me before an evening meeting — a large departure from my “fabulous” self, as I’m known hereabouts.
    It was a workshop for residents to attend and give their input for the general plan update, and I just knew it would be sparsely attended.

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Nakoma sale is a good thing

Feather Publishing 
4/28/2010

   After languishing for six years, the Nakoma Resort and Golf Club at Gold Mountain has finally been bought out of bankruptcy. Michael Schoff, principal of the Schomac Group, Inc., which also owns the Feather River Inn, succeeded where others had failed.

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