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City fire chief retires after 34 years

Tuesday, Dec. 30, 2014 — Ted Friedline, the city of Susanville’s fire chief, has retired.

The Susanville City Council honored Friedline for his 34 years “of honest and faithful service” to the community with a proclamation at its Tuesday, Dec. 17 meeting. The city’s firefighters also attended the meeting.

The chief, who’s battled fires in the city for more than three decades got emotional during the brief ceremony that recognized him.

“We wish to extend to you our sincere appreciation for your outstanding performance,” said Mayor Brian Wilson as he read the proclamation.

Lassen bus gives rides home on New Year’s Eve

Tuesday, Dec. 30, 2014 — Susanville residents celebrating the New Year have the opportunity to skip driving home and stay safe.

From 11 p.m. Wednesday, Dec. 31 to 2:30 a.m. Thursday, Jan. 1, Lassen Rural Bus and Paratransit Services will be picking up New Year celebrators during the fourth annual Safe Ride Home event.

“It is going to provide (the community) a safe way to get home after a night of celebrating,” said Paratransit Services manager Ron Leal.

Working group requests special election for ambulance services in North County

Tuesday, Dec. 30, 2014 — The ball is rolling again for a special election to form a community services district and a special tax to support ambulance services in Big Valley.

Clinton Davis, of the Big Valley EMS Working Group, requested the Lassen County Board of Supervisors call for a special election in May during a Tuesday, Dec. 16 meeting.

A resolution was not on the agenda so the matter will be brought back for approval

Supes appoint two to board

Tuesday, Dec. 30, 2014 — Two new members will be joining the Honey Lake Valley Resource Conservation District Board.

After hearing statements from applicants, the Lassen County Board of Supervisors appointed Wayne Langston and Shaun Giese during a Tuesday, Dec. 16 meeting.

Langston and Giese replace John Bentley, who was appointed to the board in December 2010 and Willis Dow, appointed in January 2013. There terms expired in November.

Bentley and Dow both reapplied for their seats, John Mallery and Paul Smith also submitted applications.

CDPH warns consumers not to eat Happy Apple brand caramel apples

Monday, Dec. 29, 2014 — California Department of Public Health Director Dr. Ron Chapman warned consumers recently not to eat all varieties of Happy Apple brand caramel apples because they may be contaminated with Listeria monocytogenes. CDPH is coordinating with the U.S. Food and Drug Administration, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and other state and local agencies in the investigation of 29 cases of Listeriosis in 10 states which appear to be linked to the consumption of multiple brands of caramel apples. All 29 cases have been hospitalized and five deaths have been reported. A single-case patient in California has died.

Happy Apple Company, with manufacturing facilities in Orosi, California and Union, Missouri, is voluntarily recalling all varieties of Happy Apple brand caramel apples, after learning of the recall of apples used to produce the caramel apples by one of their apple suppliers. These caramel apples were packaged in clear, plastic containers as a single pack, three pack, four pack or eight pack. All Happy Apple brand caramel apples with “Best if used by dates” between Aug. 25, 2014 and Nov. 23, 2014 are being recalled.


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