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Co-op wants you to serve and is seeking board members
Quincy Natural Foods celebrated 40 years as a community owned food cooperative in Plumas County this year!. As a community owned business, the Co-op upholds a strong commitment to the community it serves, and now is your chance to give back and serve your Co-op.
High Sierra Music Festival Lineup
High Sierra Music Festival returns July 4 – July 7, 2019. Early Bird four-day passes on-sale now at http://highsierramusic.com/. Rock and roll on a racetrack, madre of West Coast music festivals, High Sierra Music Festival will return July 4 – July 7 to beautiful Quincy, CA, for its 29th consecutive
Sheriff releases log of emergency calls received on day Camp Fire started
MAGALIA — The Butte County Sheriff’s Office on Thursday released a written log of emergency calls it received the day the Camp Fire erupted, showing dispatchers were flooded with calls as the fire marched through Concow, Magalia and Paradise.
Plumas County-wide Public Notices for the week of 12/12/18
The following person(s) is/are doing business as: LIMB IN AIDE. Business Address: 307 LAWRENCE STREET, QUINCY, CA 95971, County of Plumas; (706) 668-4133. Mailing Address: P.O. BOX 1145, QUINCY, CA 95971.
Remember When for the week of 12/12/18
W. H. Smith, formerly of Shasta, has purchased the Blairsden Hotel. Mrs. George McClear, 75, of the McLear Ranch near Clio, died this week, the victim of the Spanish influenza that has been prevalent throughout Plumas, closing schools and limiting social functions.
We’ve seen the figures
We’ve all read the numbers: 88 dead; 25 missing; nearly 14,000 homes destroyed … We’ve all seen the photos: charred vehicles; flattened homes; obliterated landscapes … But nothing can really capture the feeling of what the Camp Fire has left behind until you see it for yourself.
Butte County Sheriff releases log of emergency calls received on day Camp Fire started
YANKEE HILL, CALIFORNIA - NOVEMBER 10: Pushed by winds late Saturday evening, November 10, 2018, the Camp Fire heats up east of Highway 70 near Yankee Hill, Calif. (Karl Mondon/Bay Area News Group)
Video shows suspects crash truck into California gas station, steal ATM
RANCHO CORDOVA, Calif. – Sheriff's detectives are looking for three men who stole an ATM from a Rancho Cordova gas station early Thursday morning and dramatic surveillance footage reveals how it all played out.
Convicted killer who landed in San Jose after escaping from Hawaiian psych hospital faces trial
HONOLULU — A man who spent decades in a Hawaii psychiatric hospital for killing a woman wants to go to trial on escape and identity theft charges after authorities said he fled the facility and flew to California before being captured, his defense attorney said Thursday.
PG&E submits additional report re Camp Fire – noting bullets and bullet holes at the break point of a pole
December 12, 2018 – In a supplemental Electric Incident Report submitted to the California Public Utilities Commission (CPUC) on December 11th, PG&E states, “On November 8, 2018, a wildland fire identified as the Camp Fire was reported at Pulga Road at Camp Creek Road near Jarbo Gap in Butte County,
FireHouse News 12/12/!8
ALLEGHANY: December 3rd Firefighter training. CALPINE: All’s quiet…..no emergencies, no training, no meetings….. DOWNIEVILLE: December 3rd Mutual aid response to Sierra City, for an ill male, who was transported to the Hospital in Truckee. December 4th Responded for an ill male, who was transported
Plumas teams warm up pre-season play in tournaments
Quincy High’s Shane Flanigan is on the move to steal the ball from an Etna Lion; Trojan Miguel Williams provides further blocking. Photos by Mari Erin Roth. Etna, Plumas Charter School, Quincy and Portola came together for three days of challenges to “Tip Off” the basketball season during the QHS an
Remember When for the week of 12/05/18
A big Earl Rose variety potato, weighing 3-1/2 pounds is on display in the lobby of the Grand Central Hotel in Quincy. At retail it would cost 10-1/2 cents. The potato specimen was dug up at the garden of the Boyle place in Quincy.
Five more victims of Camp Fire identified, death toll rises to 86
The toll from the deadliest wildfire in California history increased by one Tuesday, and five more names of victims were released after family members were notified. The Camp Fire started Nov. 8 near Pulga and tore through the towns of Concow, Paradise, Magalia and other foothill communities that da
Clint Eastwood Makes Rare Red Carpet Appearance With His Children
The 88-year-old actor stepped out to the premiere of his latest film, The Mule, in Westwood, California, on Monday night, with a few of his family members by his side. Clint was joined by three of his seven kids, sons Kyle, 50, and Scott, 32, and daughter Alison, 46. His first wife, Maggie Johnson,
21 Year Old Plumas County Man Reported Missing
PLUMAS COUNTY, Calif. - Dominic Potts is 21 years old and lives in Plumas County. He has been reported missing. The Plumas County Sheriff's Office says Potts was last seen at a home in Greenville the evening of November 4, 2018, and that he was reported missing on November 6, 2018.
On the Shelf by Paul 12/12/18
Five people gathered for the bi-monthly book share at the library on November 24, sharing the following books that they had recently read:. We Fed an Island: The True Story of Rebuilding Puerto Rico, One Meal at a Time, by Jose Andres: the author, a world-renowned and award-winning chef and the foun
Plumas County-wide Public Notices for the week of 12/05/18
The following person(s) is/are doing business as: ATHLETE ACADEMY. Business Address: 341 2ND AVE., PORTOLA, CA 96122, County of Plumas; Phone: (805) 332-9085. Mailing Address: 341 2ND AVE., PORTOLA, CA 96122.
Dan Howell: Living in the forest, but not taking responsibility
On the morning of Thursday, Nov. 8, a wildfire ignited near Pulga, Calif. What followed was the burning destruction of the town of Paradise. This led to 153,336 acres burned, 13,954 homes and approximately 2,500 other buildings destroyed. Sustained winds of 32 mph and gusts near 50 mph delivered fir
It’s beginning to look a lot like Christmas…
Christmas cheer for all the year abounds in Graeagle on Saturday, Dec.1, as the Grinch is cajoled into some holiday hugs with one of the horses drawing a sleigh through town. Photo by Michael Clawson of Big Fish Creations.