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Quincy Weather Summary July 1, 2022

Date Hi Lo Rain – Snow (Inches) June 24……….. 90……….. 48……….. 0.0. June 25……….. 95……….. 48……….. 0.0. June 26……….. 94……….. 50……….. 0.0.
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Plumas County Search and Rescue – from rescues to evacuations – and now leading the parade

Editor’s Note: Plumas County Search and Rescue is this year’s grand marshal for the Independence Day Parade in Graeagle. They will be featured in the event which is scheduled to begin at 1 p.m. Sunday, July 3, in downtown Graeagle. Following is a story about Plumas County Search and Rescue that was originally published in our High Country Life Magazine, but we are reposting here in case you missed it. Plumas County visitors and residents are lucky to have such a dedicated group of volunteers responding to all types of emergency situations.
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What’s going on at Quincy High School? Quite a lot.

Anyone who has driven by the athletic fields at Quincy High School will note that nary a stone, nor piece of sod, has gone unturned as contractors work to replace the dangerous surfaces, pockmarked by holes and mounds — the result of poor drainage. “The fields are a pretty...
QUINCY, CA
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Where We Stand: Camp ’70 team lays out plan to combat western wildfires

Editor’s note: The following is the executive summary from the Camp ’70 Western Wildfire Position Paper (Feb. 2022) supplied by Ron Cerruti, a member of the team. The Camp ’70 team, a group of primarily retired professional foresters, attended and graduated with B.S. in Forestry degrees from the University of California School of Forestry in 1972. Some have advanced degrees, including at least one Ph.D. We all attended U.C. Forestry Camp at Meadow Valley, near Quincy, California, during 1970. The team members have various careers in forestry, including government, private industry, urban forestry, teaching, and consulting. Many of the members residing in California hold or have held Registered Professional Forester (RPF) licenses. Camp ’70 Foresters came together in response to the Dixie and Caldor fires in 2021. Our team of former classmates presents the following eight recommendations to combat the western wildfire problem:
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High Sierra Music Festival

High Sierra Music has been recognized for over two decades for its trademark sense of community and annual traditions among festival goers and music lovers. The picturesque location, the wide variety of artists, the unique musical settings at affordable prices all combine to make High Sierra the ultimate, intimate festival experience and premier four-day camping and music event in North America.
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Catch Samantha Fish at High Sierra and Reno festivals

Editor’s note: Samantha Fish will perform July 2-3 at the High Sierra Music Festival in Quincy, California, and at the Oct. 1-2 Battle, Axe & Tracks festival in San Rafael Park in Reno. Samantha Fish readily admits she was caught off guard when the pandemic hit in March 2020...
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Indian Valley Community Services District Notice of Public Hearing

Indian Valley Community Services District Notice of Public Hearing. Notice is hereby given that the IVCSD Board of Directors will conduct a public hearing on July 13, 2022, at 6:30 p.m. in the Taylorsville Historic Hall Building, 4322 Main Street, Taylorsville, CA. 95983, Plumas County. The public hearing is to review and approve the district’s annual budget for FY 2022-23.
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Celebrate the life of Margo Stratton

The Celebration of Life for Margo Patricia Stratton will be held Saturday, July 23rd, 2022, at 1:00 pm at the Meadow Valley School. She passed away peacefully 3/17/2021 at her home in Quincy, California. She was born to Lowell and Jeanette Bader on 1/18/1934 in San Francisco, California. She is...
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High Sierra Music Festival returns; Lebo, Poltz, RRE, Fish share stories

It’s been three years since High Sierra Music Festival took place, in 2019, and once again thousands of music fans will descend to the Plumas County Fairgrounds in Quincy, Calif., for four nights of tunes, camping and more from June 30-July 3. The festival is celebrating its 30th anniversary.
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Golfing in Graeagle – the clubs report on play

The June Ace of Aces Qualifier was played on a warm Thursday, June 23, with 19 players competing. The low gross and low net winners to qualify over the field compete in the end-of-season Ace of Aces Playoff in October. A player needs to qualify only once each season. June’s Qualifiers were: Low Gross, Sharon Russell, with a score of 84; and, Low Net, Renee Miller and Alaine Flynn, both with net scores of 68.
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Grand Opening tournament at the Portola Riverwalk Disc Golf Course

The Portola Riverwalk Disc Golf Club had a beautiful, sunny day by the Feather River in Portola for their Grand Opening tournament at the Portola Riverwalk Disc Golf Course on Saturday, June 11. An enthusiastic crowd gathered at the first HouckDesign course in California with discs in tow as members...
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Portola Concerts in the Park return Friday, July 8

The Portola Concerts in the Park are set to return starting Friday, July 8 at 7 p.m., with the first of seven concerts to be the popular Margret’s Funk Band, playing Motown, old favorites and considered ‘great to dance to’ as well. “They were one of our favorites and actually got to perform last year, and didn’t get cancelled from smoke, threat of fire, or Covid,” said organizers.
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‘Red, White and Boom!’- A Graeagle Fourth of July tradition returns July 2 and 3

All are invited to join in on the festivities during the 48th celebration of the nation’s independence in Graeagle’s Herb Rowe Park on Saturday, July 2 and Sunday, July 3. “For nearly 50 years the town of Graeagle and Mohawk Valley has been pleased to host a weekend of fun for the whole family,” said organizers. “We are ‘small town proud’ and cordially invite you and your loved ones to join us as we bring back some of the events families have come to enjoy for decades. A parade, fireman’s pancake breakfast, kids’ games, local treats and goods, and the famous Graeagle fireworks are all part of this year’s celebration.”
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