Molester will serve a year in jail
Lassen County Superior Court Judge Donald Sokol sentenced William Lowell Harris, 54, the former police chief at Sierra Army Depot in Herlong, on Thursday, Oct. 16. Sokol also ordered Harris serve five years formal probation and register as a sex offender.
Harris pleaded guilty to a felony child molestation charge on June 9. In exchange for Harris’s guilty plea, Burns stipulated Harris would serve no more than the mid-term sentence for the crime — six years in state prison.
Lassen County Sheriff’s deputies arrested Harris on April 9, and he resigned from his position at SIAD in May.
Herlong takes championship at annual volleyball tournament
The Herlong Lady Vikings eighth-grade volleyball team won the championship at the annual Play Day tournament Friday, May 3. The team poses with its championship trophy in the Westwood High School gym. Photo submitted May 21 — The Herlong Lady Vikings eighth-grade volleyball...Read More...
Grizzlies have no trouble with Anderson
Ryan Sharpe stands ready to get a runner out at first. The Grizzlies won their last game of the regular season against Anderson High School, 15-5. Photo by Maddie Musante May 21 — The Lassen High School Grizzlies faced off against the Anderson High School Cubs in a home game...Read More...
Lassen High School Football Boosters plan to raise funds for Arnold Field
May 15 — The Lassen High School Football Boosters have come up with several fun and creative ways to raise funds for the renovation of Arnold Field. The boosters are offering students, athletes, alumni, local businesses and community organizations a way to permanently make their mark at Lassen High...Read More...