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 By Mari Erin Roth    News    October 25, 2016

Partially buried body found at Frenchman's Lake identified

Sheriff Greg Hagwood reported that the body of a man found near Frenchman Lake has been identified as 26-year-old Joshua Cottiero of Reno. On Oct. 2, hunters on the northern side of Frenchman Lake reported to the Plumas County Sheriff’s Office...

 By Mari Erin Roth    Opinion    October 4, 2016

My Turn for the week of Oct. 4, 2016

Health, is it the final frontier? I’m overweight. I’m getting old. Both of these things are a blessing and things for which I am truly grateful. But now it’s time to clean up my act and behave like I appreciate the gifts I have. Actually it...

 By Mari Erin Roth    News    August 23, 2016

Community helps the Bulletin celebrate 150 years

The community turned out to help the Feather River Bulletin celebrate 150 years following the fair parade Aug. 13. Parade grand marshals and newspaper publishers Mike and Keri Taborski began the day...

 By Mari Erin Roth    Opinion    August 9, 2016

What is going on in the world?

Or perhaps I should say, “What in the world is going on?” I’m sure most of us are thinking the same thing, perhaps for different reasons, but thinking along similar lines. I can’t help but hear the voices of generations before me when I...

 By Mari Erin Roth    Opinion    June 14, 2016

My Turn - Quincy - the world I dreamed of when I was 7

I had a great childhood. Don’t get me wrong, I still sit on the pity-pot from time to time over things I experienced as a child that I somehow imagined no child should, but there is no doubt, I had a great childhood. By “great,” I mean I...

 By Mari Erin Roth    Opinion    April 26, 2016

My Turn

Citizen 5451, I’m the one. Back in 2007, tragedy brought me to Quincy. My brother, David Quigley, died unexpectedly and as a result, his dog, Puppy, was in “doggy jail.” I came to rescue his dog. At the time, my life was complete. I had done ev...