Council seat: “Must be present to win”
A newly vacant seat on Portola’s City Council before the votes were even dry on two other seats brought a number of citizens to the regular meeting Nov. 10. Some of them wanted to be considered for the position; some of them wanted to know why the position had not been on the ballot. Sorting it out was a cumbersome process.
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Quincy High Hall-of-Fame team
The 1949 Quincy High School football team, recently inducted into the school’s Hall of Fame, was honored at Quincy’s final regular season game Nov. 5.
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Appeals court upholds Moonlight decision
Effort to protect woodpecker could affect salvage logging
The 9th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals has upheld a district court decision denying an injunction for the Moonlight-Wheeler Fire Recovery and Restoration Project.
The appeals court found “the record shows that the district court correctly applied” legal precedent “in its analysis throughout its thoroughly reasoned opinion.”
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County closes underaged drinking loophole
The Plumas County Board of Supervisors unanimously approved a new ordinance targeting underaged drinking at a Tuesday, Nov. 9, meeting.
District Attorney-elect David Hollister told the board the ordinance would close a loophole that many counties have encountered in state laws.
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Former coach sues college for racial discrimination
Feather River College, its athletic director Merle Trueblood and its head football coach James Johnson were sued Nov. 11 in United States District Court in Sacramento by Eric Small, former assistant head football coach, on charges of racial discrimination. Small is African-American.
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Locals look for way to keep transfer station open
The Plumas County Board of Supervisors (BOS) unanimously approved a plan to keep the Graeagle Transfer Site open on weekends for the next month while locals try to find a way to keep it open in the long term.
Graeagle resident Jack Bridge presented the views of a group of community members about the proposed closing of the area’s waste transfer site at a Tuesday, Nov. 9, meeting.
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