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The West End Theatre in Quincy will host its first evening of music Sunday, July 15. Local Quincy musician Mel Wade will kick off the music at 7 p.m., followed by Lucas Young and the Wilderness, of Reno, and Victor & Penny, of Chicago.Write comment (0 Comments)
There were very few problems associated with celebrations and festivities during the long Fourth of July week.
Plumas County Sheriff Greg Hagwood said he was impressed by how smoothly everything went. He praised event organizers and said he was pleased by how well the thousands of visitors conducted themselves.
“It was relatively quiet,” Hagwood said. “There were fewer arrests than last year.”Write comment (0 Comments)
The California Department of Fish and Game (DFG) has confirmed a mountain lion attacked a 63-year-old man who was camping northwest of Nevada City. The attack occurred in the early morning hours of July 1.Write comment (0 Comments)
Nobody protested the proposed rate hike at the East Quincy Services District (EQSD) protest hearing July 2. The board of directors approved the increase, which ups sewer rates by 3 percent.
A single-family residence currently paying $43.78 will pay an additional $1.31 per month.Write comment (0 Comments)