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   These are the stories you will find in this week's newspaper:
  • Poor report: For the second time in as many months, an investigation found a number of problems at the Plumas County Mental Health department.
  • Budget frustration: Tempers flared during last week’s Board of Supervisors meeting as board members discussed the 2014-15 budget.
  • School bus inflation: Effective Jan. 31, 2015, Plumas Unified School District bus fees will increase by 10 percent.

EPHC delivers Christmas surprises

 

  Eastern Plumas Health Care’s emergency services staff had reason to celebrate this Christmas when they delivered one baby Christmas Eve and another on Christmas Day, said Director of Quality and Operations Teresa Whitfield.

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Time again for annual crab crack

 

  There are still tickets left for the annual crab crack and auction hosted each February by the Indian Valley Chamber of Commerce with help from the Greenville High School culinary arts and band classes and other volunteers.

  The event is so popular it’s usually sold out early, according to office manager Lillian Basham.

Read more: Time again for annual crab crack

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All Plumas Schools on time Wednesday

1/13/2009 

6:20 a.m. 

 

All Plumas County schools are open and will start on time despite some snow in the Chester and Portola areas. Chains are required on single axle drive vehicles towing trailers from Blairsden to Portola.

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Indian Valley ambulance changes to be explained

Alicia Knadler
Indian Valley News Editor
1/7/2009
After press time, we received word that Indian Valley residents may attend a special informational meeting Tuesday, Jan. 12, to hear about the changes made in the new ambulance service contract.
Ambulance services will no longer be provided to residents at no out-of-pocket expense, which is the way they have been provided since a special ambulance tax was initiated in1995.
Air ambulance services were added to that, like a bonus, when Mountain Lifeflight took over the contract in 2005.
That will no longer be the case, and residents may attend the special information meeting after the regular meeting of the Indian Valley Ambulance Services Authority District meeting at 5:30 p.m., in the Indian Valley Civic Center, located at 430 Main Street in Greenville.
At the meeting, Lifeflight personnel will be there to answer questions, and brochures and emergency medical services membership applications will be also available.
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Memorial services tentatively set for former Superior Court Judge Stanley Young

Mike Taborski
Publisher
1/6/2010


Former judge Stanley C. Young, Jr., ”Spike” as he was most commonly known, died peacefully in his sleep Jan. 1, 2010 in Reno, leaving the county with a lifelong legacy of both professional and community service. He was 84.

He leaves behind his wife of 31 years, Louise, and seven children.

Read more: Memorial services tentatively set for former Superior Court Judge Stanley Young

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