The ground has broken on the construction of the new Plumas County Correctional facility. The jail has been a long time in the making spanning back to the years when Hagwood was the sheriff. In 2017 Plumas County received a state grant of $25... Read More.
A poisonous caterpillar is causing allergic reactions in a recreational site in Plumas County. Public Health has issued an advisory that a “number of reports have come in the Douglas Fir Tussock Moth Caterpillars have been seen around Little Grass Valley Reservoir and the... Read More.
Six roads in The Plumas National Forest affected by the 2020 North Complex wildfires in the Feather River Ranger District are back open. Four roads and all of the trails within the forest closure order will remain closed though. The roads reopening will allow... Read More.
Tomorrow you can hear an update on the Plumas Library’s Stronger Together: Improving Library Access Grant and the bookmobile progress during the Plumas County Board of Supervisors meeting. Librarian Lindsey Fuchs will review the Bookmobile vehicle design option and provide a report... Read More.
Plumas charter school’s outdoor education program is awarded a near half-million dollar grant. The California state parks outdoor equity program awards grants to help underserved communities participate in outdoor experiences in state parks and other public lands. The school’s outdoor education coordinator made the... Read More.
(Washington, D.C.) – Today, Congressman Doug LaMalfa (R – Richvale) announced a $164,450.00 Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services (SAMHSA) Rural Emergency Medical Services Training Grant to Plumas District Hospital. This grant will assist the district to recruit and train EMS personnel in rural... Read More.
Twenty supervisors from 4 counties will come together this Tuesday at 2 pm for a special joint meeting. The U.S. forest service pacific southwest region will present to the community and supervisors on forest management including fire suppression and post-fire restoration and rehabilitation. The... Read More.
Plumas Supervisor and Seneca Healthcare District CEO team up for a coffee meet and greet with the Lake Almanor community. Shawn McKenzie, District 3, Supervisor-Elect, Tom McGowan will be at the Unity Grill in Chester on Monday, August 1st for you to visit, talk,... Read More.
Plumas and Lassen County will benefit from the 3 million dollars the state has allocated for transportation infrastructure. The county will see two projects funded with the money that is the Beckwourth CAMP project near Portola from west of Grizzly rd to about a... Read More.
Plumas Sheriff Todd Johns has secured funds for a new public works base station radio. Sheriff Johns presented to the board of supervisors on July 5 detailing the need. It was during the Dixie fire that the public works radio station was fried preventing... Read More.