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From rescued to rescuer: Book tells dog's tale

Linda Satchwell
Staff Writer
9/17/2010

Pearl, a black Labrador retriever, was initially an unlikely candidate for hero.

Now, there is a published book about her, thanks to the creative vision of Allyn Lee and the Bay Area second-grade class where Lee volunteers, teaching about animals and nature.

Read more: From rescued to rescuer: Book tells dog's tale

Maidu and Forest Service vie for same PG&E land

Alicia Knadler
Indian Valley Editor
9/16/2010


Maidu Summit leaders will attend a Pacific Forest and Watershed Lands Stewardship Council meeting in Oakland tomorrow, Sept. 16, to ask that two PG&E-owned parcels be removed from the current round of the donation process.

Read more: Maidu and Forest Service vie for same PG&E land

Woman sues local CHP over arrest

Joshua Sebold
Staff Writer
9/15/2010

Ruth Jackson of Quincy filed a lawsuit Friday, Aug. 27, against two current Quincy Area California Highway Patrol Officers and one officer who used to be stationed here.

The lawsuit names Officers Lacey Heitman, Jim Weaton and former Quincy Area Commander Paul Davis, recently promoted to captain and stationed in the Ukiah office, as defendants.

Read more: Woman sues local CHP over arrest

Assemblyman Dan Logue works to keep serial killer out of Lassen County

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A large crowd of people  waits to be let inside of Jensen Hall where the Lassen County Board of Supervisors reconvened its Tuesday, Sept. 14 meeting. People were expected to attend the meeting to voice concern over the release of convicted killer, Loren Herzog, in Lassen County.

Sept. 15, 2010 — In an exclusive phone conversation at 8:15 a.m. on Tuesday, Sept. 14, Assemblyman Dan Logue told Managing Editor Barbara France that after negotiating with Scott Kernan, California Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation undersecretary, accused serial killer Loren Herzog who is scheduled to be released on parole this month will not be “going to Doyle, Calif."

Read more: Assemblyman Dan Logue works to keep serial killer out of Lassen County

County must pay back misused road funds

Joshua Sebold
Staff Writer
9/15/10

Plumas County Administrative Officer Jack Ingstad informed the Board of Supervisors that the county would probably have to pay nearly $320,000 in audit exceptions for "the payment of money to Frank Stewart that wasn't appropriate."

Frank Stewart was the county's Quincy Library Group Forester in the past and currently does work on county fire-safe projects as a contractor.

Read more: County must pay back misused road funds



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