Quincy - The Feather River College women's volleyball team is set to start the 2022 California Community College Athletic Association playoffs this week. The Golden Eagles finished the regular season with a 31-1 overall record, 29 straight victories, an undefeated Golden Valley Conference record, their... Read More.
Food insecurity in college is VERY real. We are always here to help! Students experiencing food or housing insecurity should contact our Basic Needs Center, located in the Mental Health &... Read More.
Around 9,000 acres of land in North Quincy are scheduled to undergo a wildfire resiliency project, and the Quincy community is invited to share your thoughts. This Thursday, October, 13th at the Quincy Public Library you can attend a public meeting held by the Feather... Read More.
PG&E urges caution around the North Fork of the Feather River as an additional increased flow for whitewater recreation will take place this weekend. From October 1st to the 2nd flows will... Read More.
The final increase in recreational whitewater flow will take place this weekend on the North fork of the Feather River for this season. PG&E will increase river flows on the 8.3-mile stretch of the Feather River between the Rock Creek... Read More.
Quincy - The Feather River College Golden Eagle Volleyball team finished the week with a perfect 5-0 record. FRC defeated Cabrillo College and Sierra College on Wednesday (8/31) at home. Friday (9/2), the Golden Eagles traveled down to the Bay Area and defeated College... Read More.
Feather River College Rodeo on Sept 30 & Oct 1st at the Plumas County Fairgrounds. Rodeo teams from NIRA West Coast Region bring their athletes to the Plumas County Fairgrounds to showcase their talent in the area.
Over 100 power poles will be removed by helicopter this week in the Feather River Canyon. You will notice the low-flying helicopter between PG&Es Cresta Dam and Bucks Creek Power House. PG&E says due to the feather river canyon steep terrain, the use of... Read More.
Butte County DA charges 11 men in a poaching incident along the Feather River. In December a witness saw a group of men along the banks holding varying firearms and making game calls. The witness suspected the group to be poachers as... Read More.