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Letter to the Editor: Land Value

Last August my house, personal property and trees on Hideaway Road were lost to the Dixie fire. The structural value on the county tax rolls was promptly reduced to zero. But the land value remained the same. Last February 4 I emailed our County Assessor Cynthia Froggatt concerning the evaluation...
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Lost Sierra Plein Art Festival begins Tuesday

The Lost Sierra Plein Air Festival, May 31 to June 4, gets underway on Tuesday, May 31, at 7 a.m. when plein air painters from all over Northern California (some nationally recognized) and one from Las Vegas come to town and check in at Bear Creek Frames. “en Plein air”...
QUINCY, CA
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Covid cases related to community spread

Plumas County Public Health announced today, May 26, that there have been 28 new cases of COVID reported over the past seven days; 35 were reported on May 19. Public Health Director Dana Loomis said that his agency is following two outbreaks with fewer than 10 cases each, “but cases are generally occurring throughout the county, suggesting community spread.”
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Public Hearing, Cannabis Dispensary

The Lassen County Planning Commission solicits the aid of public agencies and the general public in consideration of the following item:. Applicant and Property Owner: Ravinder and Harpreet Sandhu. File: Use Permit #2022-001 Project: Proposal to operate a cannabis dispensary in an existing commercial building. Location: The subject parcel is...
LASSEN COUNTY, CA
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Greenville Rising May 26

It’s 6 a.m. in Indian Valley on a warm spring morning. The birds are chirping. The roosters are crowing. The mosquitoes are beginning their daily swirl. And the chainsaws. Yes, the chainsaws are have been busy since dawn. No rest for the weary. Some of us can already hear...
GREENVILLE, CA
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CPUD welcomes new board members; discusses water rates, street lights

The May 24 meeting opened in the usual manner and the first business item on the agenda after public comment was the interview and potential appointment of new board members. There were letters of interest submitted to the board by Arthur Tharpe, Arnold Bustamante and Kimberly Green. Each candidate was asked the same six questions with first answers for each question being rotated. After 20 or so minutes of questioning by the board, Kimberly Green and Arthur Tharpe were nominated to be accepted as the new board members. The nominations were approved unanimously. After being given the oath of office, the two new board members were seated with the existing board.
CHESTER, CA
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PDH Volunteers sponsor next week’s blood drive June 7-8

Need a “happening” to zest up your life? The second Quincy Community Blood Drive of the year is happening soon, and it just so happens that we need donors. The PDH Volunteers welcome both veteran donors and first-timers. The Volunteers have sponsored the June blood drive for the past 10 years. We thank Gloria Boland for making the arrangements for this one.
QUINCY, CA
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Chester Elks honor students

The Lake Almanor Elks lodge # 2626 recognized several students on Wednesday, May 24, that participated in the Lodge’s annual “Hoop Shoot” and went on to win their age division. The family dinner occasion was also designed to honor local high school seniors that were successful in in their applications for the Elks Scholastic Scholarships.
CHESTER, CA
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Animal Tales: We need some volunteers

Friends of Plumas County Animals will be opening our rescue in a few weeks! We are working on the last particulars of the ADA compliance issues and hopefully, will be operational by mid June-or before. We are looking for volunteers to help care for the cats and kittens that will...
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Kindergartners visit a local farm

Kindergartners from Michelle Abramson’s class at Quincy Elementary School spent the morning of May 24 at Rugged Roots Farm learning about fruits and vegetables.
QUINCY, CA
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Holocaust survivors reunited

After 80 years of being in a Nazi slave labor camp together, Belmont Village Senior Living Westwood resident Dr. George Berci, 101, second from right, was reunited for the first time with his friend Frank Shatz, 96, second from left, on May 18 at Belmont Village Senior Living Westwood, where Berci is a resident.
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