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   These are the stories you will find in this week's newspaper:
  • A second chance: The new Day Reporting Center in Quincy held a grand opening that featured a recognition ceremony to honor achievements of people in the Alternative Sentencing Program.
  • Classrooms closed: Just days before classes were to begin, Quincy Elementary School staff were packing up classrooms in one wing of the structure because a roof needed to be replaced.
  • Body of missing man found: A search for missing Feather River College alumnus Lucius Robbi ended in Idaho with the discovery of his body and car. He was believed to have died from injuries sustained in a single-vehicle crash.

Award-winning film features local wardens and black market bear traders

Alicia Knadler
Indian Valley Editor
2/10/2010

    Residents with the Discovery Planet Green channel can tune in to see what happens when Department of Fish and Game Warden Zeke Awbrey of Quincy and wildlife crime investigative reporter Steve Galster discover a 20-pound bear cub shot in the head near Poplar Valley above Sloat.
    They appear in the national premiere of “Crime Scene Wild: Bears,” Friday, Feb. 12, at 5 p.m., one segment of an award-winning mini-series by Cicada Productions of London.

Read more: Award-winning film features local wardens and black market bear traders

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Plumas District Hospital sued by local citizens

Breaking NewsFeather Publishing
2/9/2010

Five citizens filed suit Monday, Feb. 8, in Plumas County Superior Court asking the court to appoint an election official for Plumas District Hospital so their proposed initiative can proceed through the election process.

  Frank “Skip” Alexander, Robert Zernich, Robert Herr, Dennis Clemens and Martin Brutlag are asking the court to appoint Plumas County Clerk-Recorder Kathy Williams as the election official for the district so the signatures on their initiative petition can be verified.

See Wednesday's Feather River Bulletin for the complete story

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Assault on correctional officer a fabrication, authorities say

Joshua Sebold
Staff Writer
2/4/2010


    Plumas County sheriffís deputies and investigators responding to claims by High Desert State Prison correctional officer Todd Posch that he was the victim of a hit-in-run in front of his residence in Greenville Wednesday morning determined "Poschís allegations were false and fabricated" according to a press release signed by Sheriff Greg Hagwood.

Read more: Assault on correctional officer a fabrication, authorities say

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Out of touch: Pager provider abandons area

Joshua Sebold
Staff Writer
2/3/2010

    Several organizations operating on the eastern side of the county became aware of something strange in the third week in January: Their pagers were malfunctioning.
    Eastern Plumas District Hospital Information Technology Manager Rick Boyd received a call from a doctor Monday, Jan. 11.
    The doctor explained the hospital attempted to page him the night before and he never received the message.

Read more: Out of touch: Pager provider abandons area

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Multiple agencies respond to Basin disaster

M. Kate West
Chester Editor
2/3/2010


    Without the assistance of multiple agencies, life, as it is known in the Lake Almanor Basin, might have come to a screeching halt during the snowstorms the week of Jan. 17ñ25.
    In addition to the more than six feet of snow that fell on the West Shore of Lake Almanor and Chester, the storms brought about a Plumas County Board of Supervisors declaration of a local emergency Jan. 22.

Read more: Multiple agencies respond to Basin disaster

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Positive coliform test closes one EQSD well

Joshua Sebold
Staff Writer
2/3/2010

    At a mid-January meeting, East Quincy Service District Manager Mary Henrici told the districtís board that she had isolated the well behind the district office, well #2, from the rest of the water system because of a positive total coliform test.
    Total coliform tests look for bacteria that originate in dirt or plant matter, compared to fecal coliform that originates in sewage, septage or animal waste.

Read more: Positive coliform test closes one EQSD well

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