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Change Those Smoke Detector Batteries

Change Those Smoke Detector Batteries

Every year in the United States about 3,500 people die in home fires, and most of those deaths occurred in homes that didn’t have a working smoke alarm. Fire departments across the country use the annual ‘spring- forward fall-back’ to help raise awareness about the need to replace batteries in your home’s smoke detectors. An […]

Seasonal Affective Disorder: Ways to Cope

Seasonal Affective Disorder: Ways to Cope

A SusanvilleStuff Feature Melissa Blosser, Assistant Editor Around this time of year, when the winter seems to drag on and it seems hard to believe that spring is just weeks away, it can be easy for the winter blues, or seasonal affective disorder, to creep up on those of us that live in Northern California. […]

Minor Temblor Shakes Westwood

Minor Temblor Shakes Westwood

The United States Geological Survey is reporting a 2.0 earthquake at 8:47 this morning, centered just south of Westwood. The shaking was minor and no damage or injuries are expected from the quake. For details of this morning’s tremor click here View Larger Map

CHP Offering Safe Driving Classes for Parents and Teens

CHP Offering Safe Driving Classes for Parents and Teens

Traffic collisions are the leading cause of death of teenagers across the United States and in California. Each year, thousands of young drivers and their passengers are killed in collisions. According to the California Highway Patrol’s Statewide Integrated Traffic Records System for 2010 there were more than 57,000 drivers between the ages of 16 and […]

JH Heating Weather: National Weather Service Issues Advisory

JH Heating Weather: National Weather Service Issues Advisory

The National Weather Service has issued a Winter Weather Advisory Meteorological experts at the National Weather Service office in Reno have issued a Winter Weather Advisory in effect from 10:00p.m. this evening to 10:00p.m. on Wednesday… According to the weather service snow will develop late this evening with a period of moderate to heavy snow […]

BLM Seeking Public Comments on Off-Highway Vehicle Grant Application

BLM Seeking Public Comments on Off-Highway Vehicle Grant Application

The Bureau of Land Management’s Eagle Lake Field Office in Susanville is accepting comments on a request for grant funds from the California State Parks Off Highway Motor Vehicle Recreation Division. The local BLM office is applying for about $357,000 for use in the Fort Sage Off Highway Vehicle Area near Doyle, and for off highway vehicle-related […]

Inmate Death at High Desert Under Investigation

Inmate Death at High Desert Under Investigation

Officials with the Investigative Services Unit at High Desert State Prison, the Lassen County District Attorney’s Office, the Susanville Police Department and the Lassen County Sheriff’s Office are investigating the February 24th death of an inmate as a homicide, and have moved the victim’s cellmate into segregation at the institution. The California Deprtment of Corrections reports that the […]

7th Grade Career Day Essay Contest Winners

7th Grade Career Day Essay Contest Winners

Winners of the 7th Grade Career Day Essay Contest, sponsored by the Lassen County Office of Education and Lassen Peaks, were recognized at the February meeting of the Lassen County Board of Education. The winners each received a Certificate of Recognition and the college t-shirt of their choice. Other winners who were recognized but not […]

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