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New brochure on eastern Plumas County
03/06/2007

Portola Reporter / STPNS
Quincy, California (STPNS)-     Nature recreation in eastern Plumas County is the focus of a new, strikingly photographic brochure produced by the California Department of Fish and Game. ... View

 
Pike Committee looks at the next steps
03/06/2007

Portola Reporter / STPNS
Quincy, California (STPNS)-     Members of the Lake Davis Steering Committee met Feb. 21 in the wake of pike eradication project decisions by both the California Department of Fish and Game and the U.S. Forest Service in order to discuss their next steps within the community.... View

 
Man rescuing dog needs rescuing himself
02/20/2007

Portola Reporter / STPNS
Quincy, California (STPNS)- Danny Fee of Loyalton began February with a serious dunking in the Feather River near Beckwourth on A23 off of Highway 70.  ... View

 
Forest Service gives pike project the go-ahead
02/13/2007

Portola Reporter / STPNS
Quincy, California (STPNS)- The Plumas National Forest announced last Thursday, Feb. 8, that it was issuing a special use permit and two forest closure orders that enable the Department of Fish and Game's pike eradication project at Lake Davis to proceed.... View

 
Chief of Fish and Game explains pike decision
01/30/2007

Portola Reporter / STPNS
Quincy, California (STPNS)-     Ryan Broddrick, director of the state Department of Fish and Game, appeared before the Plumas County Board of Supervisors last Tuesday, Jan. 23, to explain his decision to use rotenone in the department's latest effort to eradicate pike in Lake Davis.... View

 
California Dept. of Fish & Game to re-poison Lake Davis
01/23/2007

Portola Reporter / STPNS
Quincy, California (STPNS)- The California Department of Fish and Game announced Tuesday, Jan. 23. that it plans to apply a liquid form of rotenone to Lake Davis and its tributaries after Labor Day in another effort to eliminate northern pike.... View

 
Little dog lost, found by ?leaf-peepers?
11/28/2006

Portola Reporter / STPNS
Quincy, California (STPNS)-     Chico, a 15-year-old French poodle from Quincy, became separated from his owner in the Lakes Basin one day late in October. His owner, Louis Thomas, age 87, and family members searched and searched, but were unable to find him.... View

 
Pike fish project ready for public review
09/12/2006

Portola Reporter / STPNS
Quincy, California (STPNS)- Public comment begins Sept. 1 on the proposed Lake Davis Pike Eradication Project?s joint draft environmental review document. ... View