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Feather River Bulletin, Quincy, California, 95971

 
Project to research what happens if two counties are cut off from the outside world
04/10/2007

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Quincy, California (STPNS)-     If Lassen and Plumas counties were totally cut off from the outside world, what food would be available?... View

 
Highway patrol tries Start Smart program on teens
03/13/2007

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Quincy, California (STPNS)- Fact: Teen drivers are found at fault in 66 percent of all fatal collisions that they are involved in, although they represent only 4 percent of California?s licensed drivers.... View

 
School district faces 55 lay-offs
03/13/2007

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Quincy, California (STPNS)-     Layoff notices are going out to 55 employees of the Plumas County Office of Education and Plumas Unified School District. ... View

 
Insurance premiums for the county hiked
03/13/2007

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Quincy, California (STPNS)-     Kelly Stane, the county's risk manager, announced to the Plumas County Board of Supervisors on Tuesday, March 6, that the county would be paying more into its insurance pool during the upcoming fiscal year.... View

 
A woman?s life as a lookout
03/06/2007

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Quincy, California (STPNS)-     March is Women?s History Month and this year?s presentation is ?Lookout Life: A Woman?s View,? planned for Wednesday, March 28, at 11:30 a.m. at the Mineral Building at the Plumas-Sierra County Fairgrounds in Quincy.... View

 
Satellite radio brings sweet music to senior's ears
02/20/2007

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Quincy, California (STPNS)-     Good morning, seniors! I have experienced a situation that thrills my heart and soul. Only those who were around during the '30s, '40s and '50s will really understand from whence I come.... View

 
The poison pen refuses 'chemical treatment'
02/07/2007

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Quincy, California (STPNS)-     Last Thursday was a bad day for the English language in Plumas County. A gentleman, who identified himself as a member of the Lake Davis Steering Committee, called to scold me for my column "Lake Davis: Chronicle of a poisoning foretold." Let's call him Mr. Judgmental. ... View

 
Former resident receives Purple Heart
02/13/2007

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Quincy, California (STPNS)-     Former Quincy resident Ryan Gott recently received the Purple Heart for his service in Iraq.... View

 
County approves health agency as medical marijuana ID card resource
01/30/2007

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Quincy, California (STPNS)-     Plumas County has joined a number of counties in California that now issue medical marijuana identification cards.... View

 
Public tells school board, 'Don't close libraries'
01/16/2007

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Quincy, California (STPNS)-     A decision on whether Plumas Unified School District libraries will remain open through the school year is still pending. PUSD is still considering laying off some classified employees ? including librarians ? to meet the budget deficit this school year.... View

 
Cosmopolitan fair manager finds dream job in Plumas County
01/16/2007

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Quincy, California (STPNS)-     Billy Cox, Plumas County's new fair manager, brings a world of experience with him, literally. ... View

 
Sensei Al Molina, a genius of motion
01/09/2007

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Quincy, California (STPNS)- When Feather River College instructor Sensei Al Molina tells a story, he uses his whole body. Students gather around transfixed as their sensei (honored teacher) imitates his 6-year-old excitement when putting on his first ?ox-blood red? boxing gloves.... View

 
Quincy couple celebrates 70 years of marriage
01/02/2007

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Quincy, California (STPNS)-     Dozens of framed photographs line the hallway and decorate surfaces throughout the living room. Many of the smiling faces ? a son, daughters, grandchildren, great-grandchildren and more ? would not exist if Edwin and Sarah Jenkins hadn?t wed 70 years ago.... View

 
Fire destroys historic Quincy-area home
01/02/2007

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Quincy, California (STPNS)- When an early-morning fire ripped through the second floor of one of Quincy?s historic homes, the owners, accustomed to helping others, found that the community was there to help them.... View

 
What I said, what he heard, and what I meant
12/04/2006

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Quincy, California (STPNS)-     My husband and I planned to meet at our Redding home at approximately 5 p.m. last Friday evening. While I was en route from Quincy, he called to tell me that he was finishing up a project at the office and that he would be about 10 minutes late. ... View

 
American Indian Thanksgiving tribute at Quincy High School
11/28/2006

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Quincy, California (STPNS)-     Staff and students at Quincy High School came together at an assembly guided by American Indian traditions to initiate holiday celebrations with family, community and nations.... View

 
Local woman turns construction worker for charity
11/21/2006

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Quincy, California (STPNS)-     Packing for a recent trip to New Orleans proved to be an interesting experience for Quincy resident Janet Radtke. Her suitcases were stuffed with a week?s worth of clothing, including a fancy outfit to wear to Emeril?s, walking shoes, toiletries, a camera, a sleeping bag, a ... View

 
New college requirement
11/14/2006

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Quincy, California (STPNS)-     Student Learning Outcomes, the newest buzzword at community colleges, is receiving mixed reviews at Feather River College.... View

 
On woodstoves, birds and cats
11/14/2006

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Quincy, California (STPNS)-     What was it about the wood cook stove? The cat creature couldn?t get away from it, and I was thinking that she was going to jump up on it with me watching. Not that she hasn?t committed that sin before, but usually it?s when I?m abed and the kitchen table is her target.... View

 
Historic guard station burns down
11/14/2006

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Quincy, California (STPNS)-     For 97 years, the Bear Creek Guard Station sat unchanging within the Plumas National Forest. That is until Saturday, Nov. 4, when the venerable little station burned to the ground. It was literally the last of its kind on the forest.... View