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   These are a few of the stories you will find in this week's printed newspaper:
  • Ebola preparedness: Could a deadly virus with its roots in West Africa find its way to Plumas County? The county’s three hospitals are preparing, just in case.
  • Candidates speak: With elections just days away, candidates for local public offices took part in forums and submitted answers to questions from the newspaper.
  • Remembering Grace: The family of an FRC student who died earlier this month said they were overwhelmed by the community’s support after the college held a vigil to remember their daughter.

Supervisors object to Bay Delta Plan

Debra Moore
Staff Writer
8/27/2014

Fair taxation and senior water rights are the top two concerns Plumas County leaders address in a letter regarding the Bay Delta Conservation Plan.

The letter, which was submitted to meet a July 29 deadline and ratified by the Board of Supervisors on Aug. 12, recommends that both the plan and its environmental documents be “withdrawn, redesigned, reanalyzed, and recirculated for at least 120 days of public comment.”

Read more: Supervisors object to Bay Delta Plan

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Request for letters supporting embezzlement sentencing sent

Samantha P. Hawthorne
Staff Writer
8/27/2014

Former Plumas County District Attorney James Reichle has volunteered to help recover stolen funds from Indian Valley Community Services District.

Reichle said he will be working under the supervision of the district’s lawyer, Gregory Einhorn, to help establish restitution against former general manager Leanna May Moore.

Read more: Request for letters supporting embezzlement sentencing sent

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School district board member resigns

Laura Beaton
Staff Writer
8/26/2014

Bob Tuerck resigned his position on the Plumas Unified School District and County Office of Education board of directors during the Aug. 14 meeting held at Pioneer School. Tuerck read his letter of resignation with much emotion, citing the offer of a job for the California School Board Association as his reason.

Tuerck said he is honored to have served on the school board and to have represented the community. He thanked his fellow board members and district staff.

Read more: School district board member resigns

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Pack donkeys add historical element to guided walk through Snake Lake area

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 Plumas County Museum Director Scott Lawson and his donkey Bonita.
Laura Beaton
Staff Writer
8/26/2014

An eager group of hikers took a walk back in time during a guided hike highlighting ecological, historical and cultural aspects of the Snake Lake area.

Plumas County Museum Director Scott Lawson and his son Sam led their two pack animals and 16 interested hikers on an 8-mile walk from the former townsite of New Boston to Snake Lake, Smith Lake and back to New Boston on Friday, Aug. 8.

As Lawson’s two donkeys were packed up with food, water, backpacks and a first aid kit, Lawson told the story of Bonita, the wild donkey he acquired from Navajo country.

Read more: Pack donkeys add historical element to guided walk through Snake Lake area

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Judge dismisses sexual assault charges against QHS grad Reed

Feather Publishing
8/25/2014

A Michigan judge last week dismissed rape charges against former Quincy High School sports standout Evan Reed.

According to reports from several Detroit-area media outlets, the judge ruled the accuser wasn’t credible and it wasn’t proven that she was incapacitated.

Read more: Judge dismisses sexual assault charges against QHS grad Reed

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