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NWS Weather: Strong Winds and Light Snow Saturday Afternoon into Sunday

NWS Weather: Strong Winds and Light Snow Saturday Afternoon into Sunday

Forecasters at the National Weather Service’s office in Reno have issued a Special Weather Statement warning residents of a fast moving storm with light snow and strong winds that will pummel the Honey Lake Valley Saturday into Sunday. The quick-moving cold front will move into the region Saturday afternoon bringing wind, some snow, and much colder […]

Forest Service: Almanor Boat Ramp to Close for Winter December 5th

Forest Service: Almanor Boat Ramp to Close for Winter December 5th

The Almanor Ranger District will be removing the Almanor Boat Ramp for the season on December 5th. According to Lassen National Forest’s Acting Public Affairs Officer Jennifer Erickson the ramp is not designed to withstand the winter conditions that are experienced at Lake Almanor. Boaters will still be able to enjoy lake access via the […]

Susanville Soroptimists Help Send Lassen College Nurses On Humanitarian Trip to Belize

Susanville Soroptimists Help Send Lassen College Nurses On Humanitarian Trip to Belize

The Susanville chapter of Soroptimists International have made a generous contribution to help send a group of nurses from the Lassen College Vocational Nursing program to a small central America nation on a humanitarian mission in June. Soroptimist President Sharon McBride presented a $1,657 check to the nurses at the organization’s November 14th meeting, which will […]

CHP Incident: Reno Man Arrested for DUI After Being Clocked at 114 MPH on Highway 395

CHP Incident: Reno Man Arrested for DUI After Being Clocked at 114 MPH on Highway 395

A 24-year old Reno resident was arrested for DUI Monday evening after a CHP officer used radar to clock him driving 114MPH near Milford on Highway 395, pulled him over near Country Road A-3 and discovered an open bottle of Whiskey in the vehicle. According to details released by the Susanville office of the California […]

First Class Graduates from Susanville Police Department’s Citizen’s Academy

First Class Graduates from Susanville Police Department’s Citizen’s Academy

by Marshel Couso Now that our Citizen’s Academy is over it feels strange that I will no longer be spending my Tuesday nights at the Susanville Police Department, getting a peek behind the badge and learning some of what it takes to be a police officer here in our community. When I first signed up […]

Highway Patrol Issues High Wind Warning for 395

Highway Patrol Issues High Wind Warning for 395

The High Wind Warning has now been lifted according to the Cal-Trans A High Wind Warning along highway 395 has been placed by the CHP as of 12:00p.m., from the junction of Highway 36 in Johnstonville to the Nevada Border. Campers, trailers, permit loads and other high profile vehicles will be prohibited from traveling on Highway 395 […]

Lassen County Chamber of Commerce Weekly Update

Lassen County Chamber of Commerce Weekly Update

Patti Hagata, Executive Director Join us as we ring in the Christmas season at the Annual Magical Country Christmas Celebration that will be held Saturday, December 2nd, from 5-7pm, in Historic Uptown Susanville.  The celebration will feature musical entertainment, Christmas Parade, Toys for Tots drive, hot toddy walk, and fireworks to ring in the Christmas […]

NWS Weather Bulletin: Strong Damaging Winds Forecast for Sunday

NWS Weather Bulletin: Strong Damaging Winds Forecast for Sunday

Forecasters at the National Weather Service’s office in Reno have issued a High Wind Warning in effect from 4:00 Sunday morning until 10:00 Sunday night. Winds will increase tonight, becoming strong and gusty Sunday morning through Sunday evening. Winds are expected to be south to southwest at 20 to 30 mph with gusts of 60 […]

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