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Wildfire threatens Belden

 

Smoke spiraling up from the south bank of the Feather River marks a fire just east of Belden. The blaze was noted about 2 p.m. Tuesday, June 29, and Forest Service fire crews quickly responded. By 3 p.m. most of the flames were knocked down and crews were mopping up. Cause of the fire is suspected to be an unattended brush-burn that was fanned by heavy winds. A couple of outbuildings were destroyed along with some acreage. Photo By Will Farris

Discount tickets available for High Sierra Music Festival

Shannon Morrow
Sports Editor
6/23/2010

    With an outstanding lineup of musicians for its 20th annual event, the High Sierra Music Festival is offering significant discounts to locals who would like to enjoy the festival in Quincy July 1-4.  

Residents of Plumas and Sierra counties are eligible for the reduced ticket prices, and must display identification with the proper zip code. There is a limit of one adult pass per I.D.

Read more: Discount tickets available for High Sierra Music Festival

Music in the air: a trio of concert series coming this summer

Diana Jorgenson
Portola Editor
6/23/2010


    The summer music season is already in full swing in eastern Plumas. The Feather River Dixieland Jazz Society began its summer concert series May 25 with returning favorites Midnight Rose Jazz Band and Black Tuesday Jazz Band.

Read more: Music in the air: a trio of concert series coming this summer

Museum association saves the day for assistant director

Joshua Sebold
Staff Writer
6/23/2010


    The Plumas County Museum Association likely saved the assistant museum director position at a Tuesday, June 15, county budget meeting, when its board of trustees offered to cover the position’s salary for the upcoming fiscal year.

Read more: Museum association saves the day for assistant director

Future plans may change the image of Greenville

Alicia Knadler
Indian Valley Editor
6/23/2010


    Greenville will take on a whole new look if all of the improvement plans come to fruition. 

   Decorative streetlights, avenue trees, street corner bulb outs, special pavers and continuous sidewalks on both sides of Highway 89 through Greenville are just some of the proposed plans contained in a draft project report and draft environmental document that will be published about the first of July by Caltrans.

Read more: Future plans may change the image of Greenville


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