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Judge dismisses Grace Foundation’s lawsuit

Monday, Aug. 18, 2014 — A $20 million lawsuit filed against Lassen County by the director of a horse rescue organization has been dismissed.

County Administrative Officer Richard Egan said an Orange County Superior Court judge made the decision Monday, Aug. 4 when a jury trial was scheduled.

According to county counsel Bob Burns, the case was dismissed because DeCaprio abandoned the cause of action by not appearing in court.

Don’t miss Saturday’s Air Fair

Friday, Aug. 15, 2014 — The Susanville Municipal Airport hosts the annual Susanville Air Fair on Saturday, Aug. 16. Admission is free, and food and beverages are available.

The day begins with a pancake breakfast from 7 to 10 a.m. sponsored by the Susanville Experimental Aircraft Association.

The air show runs from 10 a.m. to noon. The show is family oriented, so bring the children. There will be lots of airplanes, including a L29 jet owned by Doc Blevins, a P51 Mustang, a Stearman PT 17 bi-plane, a remote-controlled airplane demonstration including a remote-controlled helicopter with 5 foot blades, Mountain Life Flight, helicopter rides, several antique bi-wing planes, Aviation Dreams will provide bi-plane rides for veterans and many aircraft will be on static display.

Safe driving class for teens

Thursday, Aug. 14, 2014 — Traffic collisions are the leading cause of death of teenagers across the United States and in California.

“The first year behind the wheel for a teen driver can be one of the most dangerous times in their life. Teens are far more likely to be killed in a vehicle collision than in anything else,” said CHP Commissioner Joe Farrow. “Developing safe driving habits is the first step toward avoiding a collision.”

Parents and teenagers can sign up for a Start Smart class by contacting officer Shaun Simmons at the Susanville CHP office at 257-2191. The next class is scheduled for 6 p.m. Thursday, Aug. 21 at the Lassen High School library.

Agencies hold active shooter training

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Officer Alan Inman, officer Robin Henry, both from the Susanville Police Department, Lassen County Sheriff deputy Jason Canham and detective Richard Warner guard first responders as they tag injured victims in an active shooter training. Photos by Makenzie Davis

Tuesday, Aug. 12, 2014 — Gunshots and screams resonated throughout the halls of Lassen High School in order to train local law enforcers and first responders in case the inconceivable were to happen.

On Monday, Aug. 4, the Susanville Police Department spearheaded an in-depth active shooter training, and invited all local agencies to participate in, train and experience what would happen if an armed assailant were to attack students at a local school.

Fire safe council tries to help form committee

Tuesday, Aug. 12, 2014 — The Lassen County Fire Safe Council and the United States Forest Service are doing all they can to ensure they receive applications for the Secure Rural Schools Act resource advisory committee.

An advisory committee is 15 positions, formed in three different groups, that works to collaborate with federal land managers to suggest title II projects on federal land, according to the forest service website. There should also be as much diversity as possible throughout the group.


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