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1 Letter to the Editor: Plumas County leads the way
2 UPDATE: Highway 70 closed from Jarbo Gap to the Greenville Wye-could last a couple days
3 Funds sought for Plumas promotional videos
4 Alert: As much as 10 inches of rain, 50 mph winds possible
5 Where We Stand: Yes, there is a plan — and it's working
6 Sheriff addresses Dixie Fire campers and county response
7 Beware of hazardous conditions in fire scar areas
8 UPDATE: It's reopened: Highway 70 closed from the Wye to Jarbo Gap
9 Oct. 21: Plumas Public Health announces 64 new cases; 38 in Quincy area
10 Greenville Rising: Week of Oct. 19
11 Carol Joan Kaufman Folchi
12 Letter to the Editor: We must make this problem better
13 Plumas County Sheriff speaks out on behalf of his employees
14 Sept. 30: Plumas Public Health announces 47 new cases
15 Letter to the Editor: I feel safer out of Plumas County
16 Letter to the Editor: Thank you Sheriff Johns
17 IVCSD adds new board members, manager
18 Greenville rising: Week of Oct. 4
19 Greenville Rising: Week of Oct. 11
20 Calpine Elks hosting dinner for Veterans on October 26
21 Plumas Bank commits $50000 to Dixie Fire Fund
22 First new business after the fire: Indian Head Properties
23 Teachers address school board regarding COVID
24 Where I Stand: Supervisors, Greenville is your responsibility
25 Supervisors briefed on Dixie Fire recovery process and key dates to hit
26 Comparing Plumas to the state in Covid cases
27 Plumas Unified releases latest case count: 42 cases with more expected later today
28 Measure B could determine fate of Long Valley Fire Department
29 PUSD announces 10 more cases; all extracurricular activities at QHS remain canceled
30 Sheriff Blotter: Oct. 7-12 (Updated to include Oct. 13)
31 New 'Glampground' proposed in Hamilton Branch
32 Sheriff's Blotter: Oct. 1-4
33 Lassen Volcanic Highway closes to thru-traffic for winter season; but the park offers fun
34 Outdoor movie tonight, Oct. 15, in Portola
35 Greenville Rising: Week of September 28
36 Letter to the Editor: Claim to fame
37 Looking out on what's left after the fire — we need to be prepared
38 Letter to the Editor: The people or the drug companies?
39 Letter to the Editor: Board of Supes distinguishes itself again
40 Lassen supervisors vent frustration with the Plumas National Forest
41 Rain helped areas of the Dixie Fire; suppression repair continues
42 Positive case reported this evening on the Quincy Elementary Alder campus
43 PDH weighing options for new skilled nursing facility and hospital
44 Plumas Bank reports record 2021 third-quarter results
45 PUSD announces more positive cases on two Quincy campuses
46 Thursday flu vaccination clinic changes Quincy location
47 Sheriff's Blotter: Sept. 24-Sept. 29
48 Town Hall Theatre offers Halloween movie specials
49 Phillips convicted of second-degree murder and elder abuse in house fire death
50 Transportation funds earmarked for two Plumas projects
51 Dixie Fire fundraiser and rib cook-off at Plumas Pines Resort October 2
52 Suspect wreaks havoc in Quincy overnight Saturday
53 The Dixie Fire: Is a landscape level fire-resistant forest possible?
54 High school football games around Plumas County
55 Show of support for women's rights in Plumas County
56 FRC's equine bachelor's program here to stay
57 Second redistricting meeting tonight, Oct. 5
58 Public turns out for Dixie Fire debris removal workshop
59 Dixie Fire relief available for livestock producers
60 Letter to the Editor: Thank you BOS
61 Local foundation raises over $200,000 for Dixie Fire relief
62 Last Saturday Market of the season at Crescent Mills this Saturday
63 Eagles football wins third game in a row!
64 Fall recreation sites on the Plumas National Forest
65 Still golfing in Graeagle
66 Ace for Aces playoff winners
67 Career Day is back at FRC
68 Their work is done on the Dixie — the Army departs
69 Notice of Intent to Adopt Mitigated Negative Declaration 682
70 Child bitten by rabid fox near Blairsden
71 Quincy women's march comes October 2
72 Homecoming parade this Friday down Main Street in Quincy
73 Quincy High School celebrates homecoming
74 State Superintendent visits Greenville Elementary School in Taylorsville
75 Graeagle Lions donate to High Sierra Animal Rescue
76 Aug. 4: Utter devastation in the wake of the Dixie Fire
77 Where I Stand: Notes from our evacuation
78 Aug. 2: Dixie Fire not done with Plumas County just yet
79 Undersheriff addresses threat to Portola
80 Eulogy for Greenville
81 UPDATED: All-out effort to stop the Dixie Fire now 85,479 acres, latest developments
82 July 27: Dixie Fire am report — now at 208,206 acres
83 Dixie Fire Update pm Aug. 28: Preparing for the winds
84 Sept. 5 Dixie Fire am update: Firefighters making progress, but still have their hands full
85 Sheriff's Blotter: For Sept. 20
86 July 18 am update on the Dixie Fire
87 Fire remains active in Indian Valley; update on West zone
88 Plumas County COVID cases continue to surge
89 New world, new column: Greenville Rising
90 Aug. 23: Plumas County reports 27 new cases-majority in Quincy area again
91 Sept. 3 Dixie Fire am update: Host of communities in the line of fire today
92 Some Dixie Fire areas changed from order to warning
93 Almanor residents can go home; order reduced to a warning UPDATED
94 Letter to the Editor: It starts at the top
95 Good news, bad news on the East Zone this afternoon
96 Sept. 16: Plumas Public Health announces 34 new cases, 1 death
97 Where I Stand: How to be supportive to evacuees
98 Aug. 31 pm Dixie Fire Update
99 Plumas County well ahead of state in COVID incidence rate; Public Health reiterates need to mask, vaccinate
100 Letter to the Editor: Facebook not an efficient way to share the news