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12A Wednesday, Oct. 29, 2014 Feather River Bulletin Feather River College President Dr. Kevin Trutna, center, speaks to a group of students and faculty on the campus of the school Monday, Oct. 20, as a final remembrance of student athlete Grace Holland. The group, accompanied by Eagle's Perch chef Mike Miller on guitar, sang a song that was a favorite of Holland's and combined refrains from the spiritual "AmaZing Grace" and a song by The Eagles. Photo by Greg Knight Ann Powers Staff Writer apoweis@PlUmas~ews.com If you can haul it -- you can have it. That's pretty much the sentiment from Mayor Phil Oels on the abundance of free firewood now available to all Plumas County residents. "I hate to see a good. resource go to waste," explained Oels. The city of Portola is issuing free firewood permits to anyone living in Plumas County and removed the earlier 3-cord limit. Previously, only city residents qualified. The permits allow county residents to load up dead or downed firewood in the Willow Creek area. Permissible locations are marked with pink tape. The permits are available On a first-come, first-served basis until Nov. 15. For those who were issued a permit with the 3-cord cap, a new permit must be obtained to go back for more. Stop by City Hall, located at 35 Third Ave., between 9 a.m. and 4 p.m. to obtain a permit. For more information call 832-6801. to county Portola Mayor Phil Oels points to free Willow Creek available to Plumas County 15. Photo by Ann Powers firewood areas in residents until Nov. Canyon colors Fall colors glow against the rocky escarpment in Frenchman Lake. Photo by Shelley Wi!kerson Little East Chance Canyon on the way to mou s4.49 q. Oak NOW sq. ft. FROM 99c ,,... NOW SALE S1.99 ~l.n. FROM 89* .... FROM Sl,49,,.,,. NOW S1.49 sq. ft FROM S1,19,q.,. NOW sq. ft. NO WITH FOR 6 FROM S2 Remnants : In Stock Starting Each INTEREST PAYMENTS MONTHS! *