House fire leaves woman, baby homeless
Tiffiney LozanoStaff Writer2/24/2010
A house fire last week, inadvertently caused by a property owner, has left a Blairsden women and her 14-month-old daughter homeless.
No injures were reported; however, the duplex unit located just off Bonta Street suffered significant damages.
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City water and sewer: Who gets the bill?
Uncollected water and sewer bills have been piling up at City Hall for the past few years to the tune of $32,861.
When a property owner defaults on a city-owed bill, the city can place a lien or an assessment on the tax roll to collect it. When a renter defaults, there is no recourse.
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National Weather Service issues storm warning
URGENT - WINTER WEATHER MESSAGE
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE SACRAMENTO CA
FRI FEB 26 2010
A STRONG STORM WILL BRING HEAVY SNOW...RAIN AND HIGH WINDS TO THE
MOUNTAINS OF INTERIOR NORTHERN CALIFORNIA TODAY AND TONIGHT. SNOW
ACCUMULATIONS OF 1 TO 3 FEET ARE EXPECTED OVER THE HIGHER
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Sierra Pacific Industries to re-start small log mill
"SPI to partially re-open small-log mill, cuts one large-log shift, net gain in jobs"
See Wednesday's papers for the full story
Feather River Land Trust … a decade down the road to always
A decade ago, 10 friends shared a vision to preserve the unique beauty of the region— and the Feather River Land Trust was born. With a mere $47 in the bank, the group clearly possessed more conviction than cash. Undeterred by lack of funds however, these 10 individuals continued to volunteer their time to the preservation and restoration of the Feather River watershed.
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County to consider mid-year cuts
Plumas County Administrative Officer Jack Ingstad told the Board of Supervisors at a Tuesday, Feb. 9, meeting that he would be recommending a $400,000 general fund reduction at mid-year.
The CAO said he would bring suggestions to the county budget committee, and the full board would hear the ideas resulting from that meeting in March.
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