The Gopher Hill landfill in Quincy will be closed this summer at an estimated $1.5 million in actual costs and contingencies.
The Chester Substation of the Plumas County Sheriff's office took a firm stance last week on minors who drink and the adults who supply the booze.
Many parents and teachers want to restructure Quincy's two elementary schools, but it's not going to happen this year.
From now on, if developers want to build more houses in Chester, population 2,700, they may want to look somewhere besides the scenic Martin Ranch subdivision.
Pending the Plumas County Board of Supervisors' approval of a master lease agreement, the One-Stop Employment and Training Center partners may reunite in a new building.
Page 990 of 1263