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Sheriff’s Office Recovers Body While Investigating Explosions in Johnstonville Garage

Sheriff’s Office Recovers Body While Investigating Explosions in Johnstonville Garage

Johnstonville area residents were startled by a series of explosions Sunday morning, and investigators from the Lassen County Sheriff’s Office are looking for both the cause of the detonations and the identity of a person whose body was discovered in the burning garage. According to a report from the LCSO, deputies responded to a structure […]

Suicide Awareness: Out of the Darkness Walk to be Held September 25th at Memorial Park

Suicide Awareness: Out of the Darkness Walk to be Held September 25th at Memorial Park

Susanville’s annual Out of Darkness Walk, an event that lets local participants join with hundreds of thousands of people across the country to raise awareness and funds for the American Foundation for Suicide Prevention, will be held Saturday, September 25th, in Memorial Park. The AFSP is a non-profit organization that invests in new research, creates […]

Highway 44 Reopens to Traffic After Dixie Fire Threat Subsides

Highway 44 Reopens to Traffic After Dixie Fire Threat Subsides

The Susanville office of the California Highway Patrol has announced that Highway 44, between County Road A-21 and State Route 89 at Old Station, has now been reopened to traffic. The highway had been closed due to a threat from the Dixie Fire. According to CHP Public Information Officer Bruce Thuelchassaigne, traffic control measures and […]

Unofficial Election Results from the Lassen County Elections Office

Unofficial Election Results from the Lassen County Elections Office

Lassen County Registrar of Voters Julie Bustamante has published unofficial results from today’s California Gubernatorial Recall Election along with results from the race for Lassen Community College Trustee. According to Bustamante, out of 15,558 registered voters in Lassen County, 6,875 cast ballots in today’s election. 5,573 people voted to recall Governor Gavin Newsom, while 1,251 […]

After the Fire: Forest Service Offering Tips to Prepare for Rain Events in Burn Areas

After the Fire: Forest Service Offering Tips to Prepare for Rain Events in Burn Areas

While many wildfires cause minimal damage to the land and pose few threats to the land or people downstream, some fires cause damage that requires special efforts to prevent problems afterwards. Thunderstorms and winter rain events in the Sierra Nevada and Cascade mountains can result in high runoff and flooding. Wildfire increases the potential for […]

Burney Man Suffers Minor Injuries in Highway 44 Crash

Burney Man Suffers Minor Injuries in Highway 44 Crash

A Burney man was taken to Banner Lassen with minor injuries Thursday after his company truck overturned on Highway 44 near the Bogard Rest Area. On September 9th, shortly before 6:00a.m., the driver, identified by the CHP as 24-year old Burney resident Gregory Rambo, was driving his company’s 1997 Ford service truck eastbound on his […]

Saturday Morning Ceremony Will Mark 20th Anniversary of World Trade Center Tragedy

Saturday Morning Ceremony Will Mark 20th 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 Saturday morning. Just before […]

Lassen Fire Safe Council Awarded $14.7 Million for Two Cal-FIRE Fire Prevention Grants

Lassen Fire Safe Council Awarded $14.7 Million for Two Cal-FIRE Fire Prevention Grants

The Cal-FIRE California Fire Prevention Grant Program of 2020-21 has awarded just over $14.7 million dollars to Lassen Fire Safe Council, for two projects to reduce wildfire risk and potential damage in three Northern California counties. The Dyer Mountain WUI Fuel Treatments project in Lassen and Plumas Counties will receive $5,727,260 and, the Shingletown WUI […]

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