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12/14/2017Animal Shelters Make One Important Request During this Holiday Season...
Animal shelters, both local and across the nation, are imploring people to truly consider the short and long-term impacts of adopting... more >>
12/14/2017Innovative Timber Building Under Construction in Quincy
Earlier this week, the Sierra Institute began construction on the first full cross-laminated timber building in California. CLT,... more >>
12/14/2017Lassen County Board of Supervisors Welcome New Patrol Deputy
During the Lassen County Board of Supervisors meeting, Sheriff Dean Growden introduced his newest Patrol Deputy Heather Stewart. According... more >>
12/14/2017NASA Claims Drought Raised Sierra Nevada By Inches
(AP)- A new NASA study says loss of water from rocks during drought caused California's Sierra Nevada to rise nearly an inch (24... more >>
12/13/2017BLM Gives Update on the Bizz Johnson Trail Repair Work
Construction crews have been working since November 8th to repair extensive flood damage on a seven-mile section of the Bizz Johnson... more >>
12/13/2017FBI Offers Reward For Information Leading To The Arrest Of The Khaki Bandit
(AP)- The Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) is offering a reward of up to $20,000 for information that will lead to the arrest... more >>
12/13/2017Lassen High School Cadet Corps Halfway to Backpack Goal
As of Friday, December 10th, the Lassen High School Cadet Corps was almost halfway to their goal of 60 backpacks, but still needed... more >>
12/13/2017Plumas County Updates Their CodeRED Number
A community alert from the Plumas County Emergency Management Agency advised that on Wednesday, December 13th, they would be changing... more >>
12/12/2017Unexploded Military Ordnance Discovered Near Johnstonville
During the first week of December, the Lassen County Sheriffs Office received a report of someone finding what they believed to be... more >>
12/12/2017Forecasters Predict La Nina Winter
Forecasters say La Nina, the cool flip side to El Nino, is returning for a second straight winter. The National Oceanic and Atmospheric... more >>
12/8/2017 Lassen National Forest Eagle Lake Ranger District Temporarily Closed for Fuelwood Cutting
Wet weather is prompting Lassen National Forest officials to suspend fuelwood cutting on the Eagle Lake Ranger District after Thursday,... more >>
12/8/2017U.S. Forest Service Accepting Reservations for 2018 Snowshoe Program
(AP) The U.S. Forest Service Lake Tahoe Basin Management Unit says it will begin accepting reservations for the 2018 Winter Trek... more >>
12/8/2017The Almanor Ranger District Office Offers Woodcutters Opportunity
The Almanor Ranger District Office in Chester has roughly 5 cords of Jefferey pine logs currently available for woodcutters with... more >>
12/8/2017Susanville City Council Discusses Numerous Items
During the Susanville City Council meeting, the Council discussed numerous items. First, the Council was asked to consider raising... more >>
12/8/2017Susanville Police Department Crime Logs
Susanville Police Department Crime Logs: 11/29/17: Reports of a woman in front of a local business threatening to set customers... more >>
12/7/2017Lassen High School Cadet Corps Asks for Community's Help in Filling Backpacks
The Lassen High School Cadet Corps is putting together backpacks full of food for students who may have bare cupboards over the holiday... more >>
12/7/2017HLRVA Seeks Applicants for Pool Manager Position
The Honey Lake Recreational Valley Authority is currently seeking applicants for the Honey Lake Valley Community Pool Manager Position.... more >>
12/7/2017PG&E Offers Scholarships to Northern and Central California Residents
Pacific Gas and Electric Company (PG&E) announced today that scholarship applications are now being accepted for college-bound high... more >>
12/6/2017 Thompson Peak Writers' Words & Music To Host Dave Stamey Concert
On January 14th, the Thompson Peak Writers' Words & Music along with Susanville Sunrise Rotary Club will be presenting the famed... more >>
12/6/2017Lassen High School Announces Change in Leadership
Lassen High School has released news of a recent change in leadership. As of Monday, December 4, 2017, the District will begin... more >>
12/6/2017Plumas County Sheriff's Office Warns of IRS Scam Calls
Numerous phone calls are coming into the Plumas County Sheriff's Office communications center regarding an aggressive and sophisticated... more >>
12/6/20172017 Youth Essay Contest Offers Chance To Earn Lifetime Hunting License
The California Department of Fish and Wildlife (CDFW) and the California Wildlife Officers Foundation are again co-sponsoring the... more >>
12/5/2017Head-On Collision On SR-44 Results in Major Injuries
On December 2nd at approximately 6:05 p.m., 42-year-old Golan Moshe of Miami, FL was driving a Kia eastbound on SR-44 west of the... more >>
12/5/2017Accident on HWY 395 Results in Minor Injuries
On December 3rd, 48-year-old Kirk Braunstein and his four passengers were traveling northbound on Highway 395 north of Bringman Road... more >>
12/5/2017Woman Arrested for DUI in Plumas County
On November 30th, 57-year-old Judith Hamlin was backing her Chevy Tahoe into her driveway at her residence, with 62-year-old Brian... more >>
12/5/2017Man Arrested for DUI in Plumas County
On December 1st at approximately 7:35 p.m., 63-year-old David Heppler was backing his Toyota Tundra when he collided into the front... more >>
12/5/2017Lassen County Board of Supervisors Discuss Title 19 and Commercial Cannabis Activity
During the Lassen County Board of Supervisors meeting, the Board discussed Title 19 and Commercial Cannabis Activity. First, the... more >>
12/4/2017Modoc County Sheriff's Office Searches for Missing Elderly Man
Law enforcement is searching for an elderly man from Long Beach, CA whose vehicle was found abandoned in a remote location in northwest... more >>
12/4/2017Lassen County Board of Supervisors Discuss Service and Support Animals
During the Lassen County Board of Supervisors meeting, the Board discussed Service and Support Animals. Recently, numerous local... more >>
12/4/2017Shasta Wrestling Team Involved in Car Accident After the Northern Regional Wrestling Tournament
(AP) - The Shasta Wrestling team was returning from the Northern Regional Wrestling tournament at Lassen College when they got into... more >>
12/4/2017Susanville Police Department Crime Logs
Susanville Police Department Crime Logs: 11/25/17: Reports of a wallet stolen from an unlocked vehicle Reports of finding... more >>
12/1/2017Big Valley Onestop Receives New Director
During the Lassen County Board of Supervisors meeting, director of the Big Valley Onestop, Christy Osmondson, announced that she... more >>
12/1/2017City of Portola Receives Lets Play Community Construction Grant
The Dr Pepper Snapple Group and national nonprofit KaBOOM ! have awarded their $15,000 Lets Play Community Construction Grant to... more >>
12/1/2017Susanville Police Departments Crime Logs
Susanville Police Departments Crime Logs: 11/17/17: Reports of previously stolen items including: 9 TVs with the back door... more >>
11/30/2017Man Arrested For DUI After Driving 114 MPH On HWY 395
On Monday, November 27, 2017 at 1912 hours, a local citizen called 911 to report a reckless driver traveling N/B on US-395 near the... more >>
11/30/2017 Almanor Boat Ramp Closing For Winter
The Almanor Ranger District will be removing the Almanor Boat Ramp for the season on December 5, 2017. The ramp is not designed... more >>
11/30/2017Lassen County Board of Supervisors Discuss Honey Lake TV
During the Lassen County Board of Supervisors meeting, the Board was asked to amend the Community Service Area no. 1 Fee Ordinance,... more >>
11/30/2017Lassen Community College Nursing Students Invite Public To Multiple Events
Lassen Community Colleges nursing students and staff invite the public to their community open house on Tuesday December 5th. Those... more >>
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