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Lassen National Forest Reminds Visitors to Recreate Safely During MLK Weekend

Lassen National Forest Reminds Visitors to Recreate Safely During MLK Weekend

With record-breaking snow accumulations, all visitors to California’s National Forests should plan ahead and ensure your vehicles are snow ready as road conditions may impact access heading into Martin Luther King Jr. weekend. Visitors are encouraged to follow the Recreate Responsibility mantra which encourages people to Plan Before You Go, the Leave No Trace principles, […]

One Arrested for DUI After Three Car Collision Near Janesville

One Arrested for DUI After Three Car Collision Near Janesville

A Susanville man was arrested for driving under the influence January 4th, after a wild three-car collision on Highway 395 near Main Street in Janesville sent another driver to Renown Medical Center with moderate injuries. According to details provided by the Susanville Office of the California Highway Patrol, shortly before 6:00p.m., a man identified as […]

Lassen Family Services Posthumously Honors ‘Officer of the Year’ Ryan Barham

Lassen Family Services Posthumously Honors ‘Officer of the Year’ Ryan Barham

Last week was Law Enforcement Appreciation Week and on Monday Lassen Family Services presented the organization’s “Law Enforcement Officer of the Year” award to the Susanville Police Department on behalf of fallen Officer Ryan Barham. “Each year, the Law Enforcement of the Year award is presented to a deserving officer, one who has stood out […]

Online Survey: City Seeking the Public’s Input on Proposed Tax Increase

Online Survey: City Seeking the Public’s Input on Proposed Tax Increase

The City of Susanville is using an online survey to gather input from city residents about placing a general tax measure on the June 2022 ballot, and they want to hear from you. Your input is valuable as city administration and the City Council focus on prioritizing essential services, while considering the need to cut […]

Lassen County Chamber of Commerce Update

Lassen County Chamber of Commerce Update

Kelly Ackley, Chamber Executive Director Join Lassen Community College for a special ceremony to honor Bob Genasci, a longtime member of the Cougar family, for the dedication of the Lassen College Sports Complex in Mr. Genasci’s name. The ceremony will be held on January 15th, at 2:00p.m., and will take place between the women’s and […]

Retiring City Water Supervisor Russ Brown Honored by City Council

Retiring City Water Supervisor Russ Brown Honored by City Council

Susanville Mayor Mendy Schuster read a proclamation at Wednesday evening’s City Council meeting, honoring retiring Water Supervisor Russ Brown. Brown has worked for the city’s Public Works department for more than three decades and has served as Water Supervisor since 2008. He began his career with the city in 1987 when he was hired as […]

College Sports Complex to be Renamed in Honor of Coach Bob Genasci January 15th

College Sports Complex to be Renamed in Honor of Coach Bob Genasci January 15th

A ceremony will be held January 15th, at Lassen College renaming the school’s gym the “Bob Genasci Sports Complex” in honor of long-time Lassen Coach and Athletic Director Bob Genasci. The ceremony will take place at around 2:00p.m., in between the women’s and men’s basketball games. Lassen Superintendent/President Trevor Albertson, the Board of Trustees, the […]

Cal-FIRE Investigators Determine Cause of the Dixie Fire

Cal-FIRE Investigators Determine Cause of the Dixie Fire

Cal-FIRE investigators have determined the cause of last summer’s 963,309-acre Dixie Fire which started on July 13th and destroyed 1,329 structures in Butte, Plumas, Lassen, Shasta and Tehama counties. On January 4th Cal-FIRE released a statement saying, “After a meticulous and thorough investigation, Cal-FIRE has determined that the Dixie Fire was caused by a tree […]

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