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Sheriff’s Blotter Aug. 1-4: Wildlife and wild people

Information in the Sheriff’s Blotter is gathered from the dispatch logs provided by the Plumas County Sheriff’s Office. No individual’s names are reported. And those arrested should be presumed innocent until proven guilty. The following is a summary of activity for Aug 1-4, 2022. August 1. Fishing...
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Indian Valley’s mill has new retail hours

The J&C Enterprises sawmill, which recently opened in Crescent Mills, is now open to the public with more extended retail hours. The mill is open Monday through Friday from 8 a.m. to 3 p.m. for retail sales. The lumber comes in 8-foot or 16-foot lengths. Currently the mill has cedar...
CRESCENT MILLS, CA
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Groundbreaking ceremony to celebrate new Plumas County jail

Standing on the cleared site with a grader as a backdrop, those most involved with the construction of the new Plumas County correctional facility gathered for a ceremonial groundbreaking the morning of Aug. 10. “This has been an incredibly long, drawn-out process,” Sheriff Todd Johns said. “We can’t wait to...
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Fire Safe Council Announces New Management Team

The Lassen Fire Safe Council has announced that a new leadership team poised to expand the mission of the nonprofit agency, with a renewed emphasis on local communities. “The LFSC board is taking a two-pronged approach to our mission, trying to meet the needs of multiple stakeholders,” said Ruth Morentz, LFSC Board Chair.
GREENVILLE, CA
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Multi-vehicle crash partly blocks CA-36 near Chester on Monday afternoon

PLUMAS COUNTY, Calif. — FINAL UPDATE, AUG. 11, 5 PM:. Traffic is now returning to normal on State Route 36 (CA-36) just west of State Route 89 (CA-89), near Chester, following the multi-vehicle crash on Monday afternoon, according to Caltrans District 2. -- BREAKING, AUG. 11, 3:17 PM:. Caltrans...
CHESTER, CA
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CHP Quincy Office is seeking senior volunteers

The California Highway Patrol’s Quincy Office is looking for motivated citizens who want to give something back to their community as Senior Volunteers. Senior Volunteers are CHP employees who assist in both administrative and field capacities. The objectives of the CHP Senior Volunteer Program are: To assist the CHP in providing enhanced public service to the community, to provide an opportunity for senior citizens to make a definitive contribution toward improving public safety and service, and to instill among participating volunteers an understanding and appreciation of the justice system, human relations, and ethics in the field of law enforcement.
QUINCY, CA
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Notice Of Job Opening

The Chester Public Utility District is giving notice that applications with resumes will be accepted for the position of FIRE CHIEF until filled. A complete Job Description with REQUIRED EDUCATION, EXPERIENCE, QUALIFICATIONS and ABILITIES are available from the Chester Public Utility District Office located at 251 Airport Road, Chester, CA. 96020, (530) 258-2171 or (530) 258-3456, and on the chesterpud.org website. Wages and benefits will be determined by the General Manager based on experience.
CHESTER, CA
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Golf fun continues in Graeagle

Play Day for Wednesday, Aug. 3, entertained 18 players, down a bit from the normal 24, possibly because of the two-day 50th Anniversary Member Guest tournament last weekend. The format for the Wednesday event was two-man par-points, plus “skins”. In this format a net Double Eagle is worth 8 points, a net Eagle 5 points, a net Birdie 3 points, a net Par 1 point, a net Bogey 0 points, and a net Double Bogey or worse is minus 2 points.
GRAEAGLE, CA
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Fire memorial events yield hope and renewal—and change

“We are one year stronger,” said Lara Wheeler. Like the new oak leaves sprouting out at the base of charred oak trees everywhere in Indian Valley and along Highway 89, the residents of fire effected areas along highway 89 and Greenville are full of rebirth and change and this last weekend that manifested as a three-day memorial event.
GREENVILLE, CA
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Field trip series with experts begins Friday on the Plumas

Opportunities to explore some of the most beautiful corners of the Plumas National Forest with top experts from the U.S. Forest Service, Feather River College, and other organizations are provided through an upcoming field trip series starting this Friday. “If you’re wondering what Friends of Plumas Wilderness is proposing to...
PLUMAS COUNTY, CA
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Plumas-Sierra Fair Manager: The best fair ever!

The Plumas Sierra County Fair was earlier in the year for 2022, deeper into the summer months vs. fall, and it really showed on the thermometer. But neither the change of date nor the heat kept people from standing in line midday just to gain entrance to this year’s extravaganza.
PLUMAS COUNTY, CA
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Fire Safe Council announces new leadership team

The Lassen Fire Safe Council announces a new leadership team poised to expand the mission of the nonprofit agency, with a renewed emphasis on local communities. “The LFSC board is taking a two-pronged approach to our mission, trying to meet the needs of multiple stakeholders,” said Ruth Morentz, LFSC Board Chair. “We are committed to doing more projects and engaging with the local community to help the individual landowner and small organizations. In support of this process, LFSC is committed to resuming monthly our general meetings where the public can engage with the organization and our partner agencies and learn more about our grants and community projects. We also will continue with large-scale projects, such as those on national forest lands.”
GREENVILLE, CA
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Single vehicle collision results in injuries to driver and passenger

The CHP responded to a solo vehicle collision with injuries that occurred on Genesee Road 1.3 miles west of Grizzly Road near Portola, on Aug. 6 at approximately 7:47 p.m. According to the CHP, Stefan Venne, 21, of Fairfax, CA was driving his 1984 Volkswagen Rabbit with an 18-year-old passenger Landon Watson, of La Jolla, CA.
PORTOLA, CA

Boston Red Sox promote top prospect Marcelo Mayer to High-A Greenville; slugger Blaze Jordan also called up

Red Sox top prospect Marcelo Mayer has earned himself a promotion. Boston is promoting Mayer and slugger Blaze Jordan from Single-A Salem to High-A Greenville, as SoxProspects.com’s Chris Hatfield first reported Monday morning. Mayer, who the team took with the fourth overall pick in 2021, and Jordan, the third-round pick in 2020, will proceed to the third-highest level in the minors.
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Greenville man to join Lassen Fire Safe Council team

A Greenville native will join the leadership team of the Lassen Fire Safe Council in late August. Cade Mohler will be the new managing director of LFSC. Mohler, a registered professional forester, has 15 years of experience in the public and private forestry sector, including on LFSC projects, and early career experience working in the Lassen National Forest. Mohler earned his Bachelor of Science degree in Forestry in 2009 from Humboldt State University (now Cal Poly Humboldt).
GREENVILLE, CA
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Plumas Charter celebrates new school with open house

Plumas Charter School invites students, parents and the public to take a tour and celebrate the completion of the new school at 1425 E. Main Street in Quincy. The ribbon cutting ceremony and reception will be held on Wednesday, Aug. 17 from 5 to 7 p.m. “What an incredible journey...
QUINCY, CA
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