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Firefighters Make Quick Work of Pine Street Structure Fire

Firefighters Make Quick Work of Pine Street Structure Fire

Quick work by firefighters from the Susanville Fire Department, along with help from agencies throughout the valley, helped contain a fire that started in the back bedroom of an unoccupied residence on North Pine Street Saturday morning. The Fire Department responded to a reported structure fire located at 140 N Pine Street shortly before 8:00a.m., […]

Gallery: 230 Photos from Susanville’s 2019 Veterans Day Parade

Gallery: 230 Photos from Susanville’s 2019 Veterans Day Parade

A SusanvilleSnapshots Gallery by Marshel and Jeremy Couso Main Street was lined with┬áspectators from the fairgrounds to the Memorial Building Sunday morning, paying tribute to our service men and women at Susanville’s annual Veterans Day Parade. We have a big gallery with more than with 230 pictures of the parade over at SusanvilleSnapshots.com. Click here […]

Three Local Fire Departments Awarded Grant to Purchase Life-Saving Equipment

Three Local Fire Departments Awarded Grant to Purchase Life-Saving Equipment

The Susanville Fire Department, Westwood Fire Department and Milford Fire Department have been awarded a $105,000 dollar grant from the California Office of Traffic Safety for the purchase of new extrication equipment that will be used to rescue crash victims. Known as the “jaws of life,” first responders use these rescue tools to break apart […]

Volunteers Acquire 2,300 Signatures in Support of Thompson Peak Initiative

Volunteers Acquire 2,300 Signatures in Support of Thompson Peak Initiative

On Friday, November 8th, Thompson Peak Initiative partners presented CalFire Lassen Modoc Unit Chief Scott Packwood with petitions that 2,300 people signed over the last month in support of fuel treatments that TPI is proposing in the communities of Janesville, Milford and the adjacent Plumas National Forest. Lassen County Fire Safe Council Board Member Phil […]

Three Susanville City Council Seats on March Municipal Election Ballot

Three Susanville City Council Seats on March Municipal Election Ballot

Three members of the Susanville City Council will be up for re-election in March and the nomination period for the three seats began on Monday. According to Susanville City Clerk Gwenna McDonald the general municipal election will be held Tuesday, March 3rd, 2020 to elect three members to the City Council for full four-year terms. […]

Police Seeking Suspect in Armed Robbery at Walgreens Store

Police Seeking Suspect in Armed Robbery at Walgreens Store

The Susanville Police Department is seeking a suspect for the Saturday evening armed robbery of the Walgreens store on Main Street. Officers responded to the store at around 9:30 after receiving a report that a robbery had just occurred. They arrived but could not locate anyone in the area. “The clerk working the register at […]

Prescribed Burning Cause of Smoky Conditions Near Eagle Lake

Prescribed Burning Cause of Smoky Conditions Near Eagle Lake

People at Eagle Lake and in the Grasshopper Valley are seeing smoke this afternoon as crews from the Bureau of Land Management conduct a prescribed understory burn in the Cleghorn Reservoir Area. According to BLM Public Affairs Officer Jeff Fontana fire managers report that all is going well on the project designed to reduce hazardous […]

Lassen Crime Stoppers Weekly Update for November 12th

Lassen Crime Stoppers Weekly Update for November 12th

Lassen Crime Stoppers, a local organization which pays up to $1,000 for tips and information leading to the arrest of someone who commits a crime, has released┬áthis week’s list of names and photos of subjects ‘wanted’ by local law enforcement agencies. To report information about a crime you can anonymously call a simple telephone number, […]

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