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Two found deceased after Washo Lane fire

Two found deceased after Washo Lane fire

An early morning fire in Susanville claimed the lives of two people, Tuesday, Feb. 2. At about 2:15 a.m., the Susanville Police Department and the Susanville Fire Department responded to a residence...

Locals get to shake, rattle and roll

Local residents got to step back in time and dance along to some great music. On Friday, Jan. 22 and Saturday, Jan. 23, local performers put on Shake, Rattle and Roll. "It was great, it was so much...

Students break down walls

Students at Lassen High School spent some time last week bonding and hopefully improving the climate on campus. From Monday, Jan. 25 to Friday, Jan. 29 students at the school had an opportunity to participate in the Living for Learning Breaking...

North Street fire extinguished

A North Street fire caused by an improperly installed wood stove was quickly extinguished by firefighters. According to a statement from the Susanville Fire Department, along with Susan River Fire...

Depot 6 gives updates, police liaison

Members of the Depot 6 Neighborhood Watch group and some law enforcement met for their monthly meeting to discuss updates and learn about a new watch group just starting in the area. Susanville Police Chief Tom Downing addressed the group, noting...

Supes extend date for lot line adjustment

The expiration date for an approved lot line adjustment was increased from six months to 24 months. During the Tuesday, Jan. 26 Lassen County Board of Supervisors meeting, the board unanimously approved an amendment increasing the time. According...

LCC men's basketball shorthanded struggles continue

Lassen Community College men's basketball team took to the road as they traveled to Redding to take on Shasta College on Wednesday, Jan. 20. Lassen came up short 81-69. The Cougars then returned back ...

LCC women's basketball add two more conference wins

The Lassen Community College women's basketball team hosted their second home conference game against Feather River College on Saturday, Jan. 23. The Lady Cougars picked up the win 59-48. After their ...

LHS wrestling teams compete at tournaments

Varsity wrestling: The Lassen High School varsity wrestling team traveled to Eureka from Friday, Jan. 22 through Saturday, Jan. 23. The Grizzlies competed in the 19th annual North Coast Classic...

Business Scene

TIME TO TRAIN YOUR DOG Is your dog’s behavior and high energy driving you crazy? Jackie Earnshaw, CPDT-KA, owner of Sit Spot Dog Training has the answer. Two small group classes are starting Saturday, Feb. 13. Canine Cross Training is a fun and...

Fun, games and some serious discussions

Although some youth may not realize the actual benefits of having a week-long event to talk to and get to know their peers on a deeper level of understanding, one hopes they walk away from the discussions with a broader scope of humanity. From...

Yosemite: What's in a name? History, for one

When Yosemite National Park announced earlier this month it planned to change the names of some of its most iconic places in response to a lawsuit, the public was outraged. The park’s departing concessionaire, Delaware North Companies, has...

 
 
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