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   These are a few of the stories you will find in this week's printed newspaper:
  • Recall moving forward: Residents upset with the Indian Valley Community Services District’s board gathered enough signatures to force a recall election for three of the directors.
  • Sticker shock: Developers of the stalled Feather River Inn project say they are stunned by the Graeagle Fire Protection District’s demand for an up-front $250,000 annexation fee.
  • Scam revealed: A Quincy man was almost certain an offer to earn cash as a secret shopper was a scam... But he decided to play along.

Former Indian Valley Community Services District GM Moore sentenced to prison

Dan McDonald
Managing Editor

Leanna May Moore was sentenced to 10 years in prison and ordered to pay more than $2.4 million in restitution and fines Wednesday, Sept. 24.

Superior Court Judge Ira Kaufman gave the former Indian Valley Community Services District general manager the maximum sentence for embezzling more than $626,000 from the district while she was the GM.

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FRC board approves budget, honors retiree

James Wilson
Sports Editor

The Feather River College board of trustees approved a budget for the school year that includes $14,361,067 in unrestricted funds and $4,126,170 in restricted funds at its Sept. 11 meeting.

The board had previously adopted a tentative budget, but Chief Financial Officer Jim Scoubes presented recommendations for adjustments to the board for items that weren’t in the preliminary budget.

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One dead and five injured in Highway 70 collision

By Shelley Wilkerson
Staff Writer
Updated 9/23/14 1:00 p.m.
The woman killed in Monday’s crash has been identified as Kelly C. Millard, 45, of Quincy.

The five occupants of the truck suffered moderate to serious injuries. The truck was driven by Kevin C. Kelley, 47, and contained family members Leticia, 40, Sarah, 8, Alison, 13, and Joseph 16.


A head-on collision late Monday afternoon, Sept. 22, left one person dead and five people injured.

Debris is scattered across the roadway after a fatal accident on Highway 70 Monday afternoon. Photos by Shelley Wilkerson
The accident happened on Highway 70, about three miles east of the Highway 89 junction.

A 4-door Toyota Matrix heading eastbound crossed the center yellow line and collided head on with a Ford F-250.

According to the California Highway Patrol, the driver of the Matrix was pronounced dead at the scene. The five passengers of the truck were all injured – two with major injuries and 3 with moderate injuries.

Two of the passengers were juveniles. The victims have not yet been identified.

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Donations from community help fire department purchase new equipment

The volunteers that make Quincy safer pose for a team shot at the Quincy Volunteer Fire Department station on Lawrence Street. The department expresses its heartfelt gratitude for the community and the years of support given to it. Photo by Maureen Forster

James Wilson
Sports Editor

A couple weeks ago, Quincy Volunteer Fire Department Capt. John Gay came into the office and said he wanted to show me where all the money the department raised from its pancake breakfasts and drawings went. He definitely piqued my interest.

To show me, he went on, would involve dressing me in full fire gear and having me navigate through a burning building. Now I was intrigued.

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We can all become ‘water watchers’

Gia Martynn
Special to Feather Publishing

With all the news about the drought, people are starting not only to be more conscientious about their own water use, but more attentive to water use by others as well. A recent stop at Massack Rest Area on Highway 70 outside of Quincy alerted me to a malfunctioning toilet that was automatically flushing for no reason. Unable to fix the problem myself and not knowing who to notify, I found on the Save Our Water website a link where you could report wasteful water use at state facilities. The website to become a “water watcher” can be found at

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