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Lassen County Chamber of Commerce Weekly Update

Lassen County Chamber of Commerce Weekly Update

Patti Hagata, Executive Director The board is accepting applications to fill a three year term on the board of directors. Chamber members who are interested in serving on the board are encouraged to apply. Contact the Chamber staff at 257-4323 to have an application forwarded to you or stop by the chamber office, located at […]

NWS Weather Bulletin: Red Flag Warning Through Monday 9:00a.m.

NWS Weather Bulletin: Red Flag Warning Through Monday 9:00a.m.

The National Weather Service in Reno has issued a Red Flag Warning for gusty winds and low humidity, which will be in effect from now through Monday morning. A RED FLAG WARNING IS NOW IN EFFECT UNTIL 9:00a.m. MONDAY FOR PORTIONS OF FAR NORTHEAST CALIFORNIA AND NORTHERN WASHOE COUNTY FOR STRONG WINDS AND LOW HUMIDITY… […]

Sunday P.M. Update: Walker Fire 67% Contained at 53,186 Acres

Sunday P.M. Update: Walker Fire 67% Contained at 53,186 Acres

4:05p.m. Sunday Update The Walker Fire, burning on the Plumas National Forest approximately 11 miles east of the community of Taylorsville, is now mapped at 53,186 acres with 67% containment. Today is a RED FLAG WARNING with 40 mph winds predicted and humidities in the teens. This wind event is expected to extend overnight. This […]

Friday A.M. Update: Walker Fire Slowly Grows to More Than 50,000 Acres

Friday A.M. Update: Walker Fire Slowly Grows to More Than 50,000 Acres

8:15a.m. Friday Update The Walker Fire, burning on the Plumas National Forest approximately 11 miles east of the community of Taylorsville, grew to 50,730 acres overnight with 32% containment. According to the Friday morning update from the Incident Command no structures have been lost. There are currently 125 engines, 38 handcrews, 21 dozers, 6 helicopters, […]

Multi-County Youth Empowerment Summit This Weekend at Eagle Lake

Multi-County Youth Empowerment Summit This Weekend at Eagle Lake

The Youth Empowerment summit, a multi-county collaborative event providing connection, education, empowerment and fun for youth in care, their families and supports, will be held this weekend at Camp Ronald McDonald at Eagle Lake. The annual overnight, summer-camp style event is an opportunity to connect youth and families through a shared experience with recreation and […]

Volunteers Welcome at National Public Lands Day Projects at Boulder Reservoir

Volunteers Welcome at National Public Lands Day Projects at Boulder Reservoir

The Bureau of Land Management will welcome volunteers to help improve two high desert campgrounds in northwest Nevada, in a National Public Lands Day observance, Saturday, September 28th. Volunteers will work in teams to tackle projects at Boulder Reservoir Campground and Divine Springs Campground, both popular locations for campers and anglers who like to be […]

NWS Weather Bulletin: Red Flag Warning Through Monday 9:00a.m.

NWS Weather Bulletin: Red Flag Warning Through Monday 9:00a.m.

The National Weather Service in Reno has issued a Red Flag Warning for gusty winds and low humidity, which will be in effect from now through Monday morning. A RED FLAG WARNING IS NOW IN EFFECT UNTIL 9:00a.m. MONDAY FOR PORTIONS OF FAR NORTHEAST CALIFORNIA AND NORTHERN WASHOE COUNTY FOR STRONG WINDS AND LOW HUMIDITY… […]

Wednesday Morning Ceremony Marks 18th Anniversary of World Trade Center Tragedy

Wednesday Morning Ceremony Marks 18th Anniversary of World Trade Center Tragedy

Susanville City Fire Chief James Moore is inviting the public to join the department in a commemoration of the firefighters, paramedics, police officers and other innocent victims whose lives were ended by the tragic terrorist attack of September 11th, 2001. The Susanville Fire Department is joining with remembrances being held all across the country Wednesday morning. Just before […]

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