BLM Seeks Comments on Gold Mine Expansion Project

Hog Ranch Minerals is looking to expand its operations near Alturas in search of gold. Over the next ten years, the mining company plans to construct permanent and temporary access roads, install drill pads and exploration holes, install a water well and create a... Read More.

BLM Seeks Comments on 900,000 Acre Fuel Reduction Project

A largescale 44-county fuel reduction treatment is in the works through the Bureau of Land Management, and they are looking for your thoughts. The plan to expedite fuel reduction treatments and fire protection efforts near high fire-risk areas will spread across the public lands... Read More.

Pile Burn Project Continues into Today Near Quincy

The Mt. Hough Ranger District completed seven of the planned 20 acres of piles to be burned near Quincy yesterday. Work is planned to continue into today if conditions allow. You can expect to see Smoke again north of Quincy and in the surrounding... Read More.

PNF Begins Pile Burn Project

Just outside of Quincy, you may see smoke as the PNF fire managers begin a pile-burning project.The burn will occur near Highway 70, just north of Quincy. About 20 acres are expected to be burned to reduce fuels. According to the Mt. Hough Ranger... Read More.

Quincy Revitalization Project Action Plan Finalized

A joint federal grant to revitalize Quincy is gaining progress as an action plan was presented to the board of supervisors this month. The Recreation Economy for Rural Communities (RERC) planning assistance program helps small communities like Quincy identify strategies to grow the outdoor... Read More.

PG&E Updates Current and Upcoming Project Schedules

PG&E continues to work on projects for the undergrounding of their infrastructure. Here is an update on current projects and what new projects you can expect in the new year:At Bucks Creek, work is ongoing on State Route 70, east of the Butte/Plumas County... Read More.

LMUD Skedaddle Project Completion Deadline Extended Into 2025

Lassen Municipal Utility District’s project to end its dependence on PGE for power, the Skedaddle project, has been hit hard by manufacturing delays. During the board’s November meeting, General Manager Pat Holley shared the newly projected timeline has been pushed out to the end... Read More.