Subscribe by Email

Connect with SusanvilleStuff.com

FacebookTwitterRSSYoutube

Lassen County Chamber of Commerce Weekly Update

Lassen County Chamber of Commerce Weekly Update

Patti Hagata, Executive Director Make plans to attend the next Chamber Mixer that will be hosted by High Sierra Collision and Towing, located at 472-635 Johnstonville Road, Susanville, on Thursday, April 19th , 5:30 to 7:30pm.You do not need to be a Chamber member to attend; everyone is welcomed. Mixers are a great way to […]

Sheriff Reports New Round of Email Threats Against Local Schools

Sheriff Reports New Round of Email Threats Against Local Schools

The Lassen County Sheriff’s Office is reporting that multiple Lassen County schools and school districts again received emails Thursday evening that included threats to commit harm on school campuses. This appears to be a repeat of last week’s threats that were deemed to be a hoax by the Federal Bureau of Investigation. The LCSO, Susanville Police Department, […]

Herlong Town Hall Meeting Scheduled for April 18th

Herlong Town Hall Meeting Scheduled for April 18th

There will be a special Town Hall Meeting in Herlong Wednesday, April 18th, at 7:00p.m., to discuss community clean-up, neighborhood watch, Lassen County IT services and U.S. Highway 395. The meeting, which is being hosted by 5th district Lassen County Supervisor Tom Hammond, will be held in the Fort Sage Family Resource Center at 170 DS Hall Avenue. […]

CHP Incident: Bend Oregon Woman Sustains Minor Injuries in Highway 395 Collision

CHP Incident: Bend Oregon Woman Sustains Minor Injuries in Highway 395 Collision

The California Highway Patrol has released details of an April 9th, two-vehicle collision that occurred on Highway 395 south of Doyle and sent a Bend, Oregon, woman to Renown Medical Center in Reno with minor injuries. According to the CHP report, 60-year old Bend, Oregon, resident Michelle Stapp was driving her 2007 Chevy Tahoe northbound on Highway 395, north […]

Senator Gaines Authors Measure Creating Special License Plates for Veterans

Senator Gaines Authors Measure Creating Special License Plates for Veterans

1st Senate District Senator Ted Gaines announced Wednesday that Senate Bill 1357, a measure he authored that would create a special ‘Veteran’ license plate for the men and women who have served in the United States Armed Forces, passed out of the Senate Committee on Veterans Affairs. “Creating this veteran-designated license plate is just a […]

NWS Weather Bulletin: Pair of ‘Typical’ April Storms Headed Our Way

NWS Weather Bulletin: Pair of ‘Typical’ April Storms Headed Our Way

Forecasters at the National Weather Service office in Reno have issued a Winter Weather Advisory warning Lassen, eastern Plumas and eastern Sierra counties to expect what is being described as a ‘typical April storm’ between 5:00 this evening and 7:00a.m., Thursday, above 5,000 feet. Here in the Honey Lake Valley we can expect only limited snowfall, with […]

BLM Wraps Up Fire Rehabilitation Project in Long Valley Fire Area

BLM Wraps Up Fire Rehabilitation Project in Long Valley Fire Area

Natural resources specialists at the Bureau of Land Management are optimistic that a 1,200 acre fire rehabilitation project in southern Lassen County has a great chance at success. Crews took advantage of mild late winter to complete the seeding project. They hope recent spring rains will help the project along. “We were able to get […]

New App Gives Lassen High Students Instant Access to Professional Help

New App Gives Lassen High Students Instant Access to Professional Help

A new online app, being provided to Lassen High School students this week, gives someone in crisis the ability to summon urgent help with just one ‘tap’ on their smart phone. The iCrisis app, which is being rolled out nationwide, gives instant access to a trained professional and resources to help keep the student safe. According to […]

>Email us News
115 S. Roop Susanville, CA
530.257.7138