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State of Jefferson push lands in Susanville

Tuesday, Sept. 16, 2014 — The campaign to create a new state of Jefferson arrived in full force at the Veterans Memorial Hall in Susanville on Sunday, Sept. 7.

A crowd of more than 125 enthusiastic residents filled the hall to hear the justification for the citizens’ right to form a new state and to hear the reasons to separate from California through a process that mirrors the Declaration of Independence and the United States Constitution.

Mark Baird, leader of Jefferson Declaration Committee, was the keynote speaker, and Terry Rapoza, of Redding, served as the master of ceremonies.

Lassen High welcomes exchange students

Tuesday, Sept. 16, 2014 — Lassen High School welcomed the most recent international students to its head count. From Asia to Europe, the five new students are adapting to living in a new culture and are participating in clubs and activities.

Katrina Fu, 18, a Rotary International Exchange Student from Taiwan is excited to see various parts of the United States, especially New York City, when she goes on a trip with fellow Rotary exchange students.

Some of her hobbies include shopping and dancing, and she is looking to participate in some form of dancing while she is here, and she also briefly participated in cross country.

Caltrans and the Department of Fish and Wildlife urge motorists to be alert during Watch Out for Wildlife Week

Wildlife, including this bobcat (above) and these coyotes (below), use the State Route 76 crossing in San Diego County regularly.

Monday, Set. 15, 214 — Caltrans and the California Department of Fish and Wildlife remind motorists to remain alert for wildlife near roadways during Watch Out for Wildlife Week, which runs this week, Sept. 15 through 21.

“It’s important that motorists, when driving through areas frequented by deer, elk and other animals, be alert to protect themselves as well as California’s wildlife,” said Caltrans Director Malcolm Dougherty.

Police chief, sheriff advise residents about motorcycle gangs coming to Susanville

Friday, Sept. 12, 2014 — A number of community members have expressed concern over reports of outlaw motorcycle gangs coming to the Susanville area this weekend, according to a joint press release prepared by Lassen County Sheriff Dean Growdon and Susanville Police Chief Tom Downing.

There are many unverified, unconfirmed rumors at this point. The facts surrounding this weekend are as follows: A motorcycle club known as the O.G. Ryderz will be in Susanville and the unincorporated areas of Lassen County this weekend. The O.G. Ryderz is not a validated motorcycle gang. This club is a known support group or affiliate of the Hell's Angels. The Hell's Angels are a validated Outlaw Motorcycle Gang.

Members of the Susanville Police Department and Lassen County Sheriff's Office have done extensive research on the motorcycle club coming to the area.

The Lassen County Sheriff's Office, Susanville Police Department, and the Susanville area California Highway Patrol are working together on this and will have increased staffing levels over the weekend.

Classic car to show at fairgrounds this Saturday

Thursday, Sept. 11, 2014 — Classic cars and interested attendees will fill Lassen County Fairgrounds for the 15th annual High Country Cruise. The event, put on by the Susanville Street Rodders, goes from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Saturday, Sept. 13. Susanville Street Rodders is a group of local residents who enjoy older cars.

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