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Business Scene for the week of 2/5/20

Auto parts store opens
Jordan Mattesich is the manager of the newly openedO’Reilly Auto Parts in East Quincy. Jordan, who comes from an O’Reilly store in Stead, says they are excited to open and plan to be very active in the community supporting local events and charities. The company was founded in 1957 and currently has 5,420 stores in 47 states. The Quincy location is open daily, Monday to Saturday 7:30 a.m. to 8 p.m., andSunday 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. Photo by Kelli Columbro


Andrew Ryback, Plumas Bank’s president and chief executive officer, has been elected by the Federal Reserve Board (FRB) to serve on its Community Depository Institutions Advisory Council (CDIAC).

The Council advises the FRB on the economy, lending conditions and other issues of interest to community depository institutions. Members are selected from commercial banks, thrift institutions, and credit unions serving on local advisory councils at the 12 Federal Reserve Banks. One member of each of the Reserve Bank councils serves on the CDIAC, which meets twice a year with the Federal Reserve Board in Washington, D.C.

“I’m quite honored to have been appointed to this important council and am committed to representing the interests and perspectives of depository institutions in the nine western states and three U.S. island territories to the Board of Governors. I look forward to serving the Federal Reserve Bank in this new capacity and to advancing interests and issues of importance to our industry,” Ryback said.

The Federal Reserve is charged with making and administering policy for the nation’s credit and monetary affairs and helps to maintain the banking industry in sound condition.


Plumas Physical Therapy’s Kory Felker extends his utmost appreciation to Natasha Holland who marks her fifth year at the Quincy clinic in the medical complex behind the Plumas Pines Shopping Center. “Her patients and I greatly appreciate her wonderful and compassionate care. That, coupled with her Craniosacral and manual therapy skills, makes an excellent choice for your musculoskeletal aches and pains,” Felker said. Natasha was born and raised in Quincy. She attended Feather River College and Chico State and finished her education at University of the Pacific where she earned her Doctor of Physical Therapy degree. Felker, who holds a Masters Degree in physical therapy, explained that Craniosacral therapy as a non-invasive, hands-on therapy to improve the functioning of the central nervous system helping alleviate the aches, pains, and strains of life as well as improves coping mechanisms to allow for better management of stress.


For over 21 years, Sterling Sage in beautiful downtown Greenville is a name customers know and trust for all their jewelry needs. Custom design, repair and appraisals are all services Bink and Josh Huddleston provide. “We can create anything for any price range. Our diamond stud earrings start in price at $149 and we have special Fire & Light pink and red handmade glass heart paperweights in stock that would make a great little Valentine gift,” Josh said. He added that since Fire & Light recycled glass has gone out of business these little hearts are very sought after so when they are gone, they’re gone! The store is open Tuesday through Saturday.


The Family Corner Restaurant on Sierra Avenue (Hwy 70) in Portola now offers authentic Mexican dishes. And to help with this introduction they have a limited time special: $1 tacos! Mexican food connoisseurs will undoubtedly love their Carne Asada dishes. Owners Walter Caceres and Roberto Mejia, both of whom have been in the restaurant business for 30 years in Reno, have owned and operated this restaurant for the past three years. They are open Monday through Saturday, 10 a.m. to 7 p.m. A full breakfast menu will be added early this summer.

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