Biznews for April 22, 2014


Skip Jones, owner/builder of RSJ Design and Construction in Susanville, tells us they have an all-new website featuring some of the custom projects they have built. Skip is a fifth generation Lassen County resident. RSJ is committed to providing their clients quality construction with personalized attention to detail. They are celebrating their 26th year in custom home and commercial building and design. You can check out their all-new website at rsjdesignandconstruction.com.

Biznews for April 15, 2014


This Friday, Good Friday, there will be a community-wide Worship Service. The service is sponsored by the Susanville Evangelical Ministers Fellowship. It will be held at Susanville Church of the Nazarene on Spring Ridge Road (off of Highway 139, by the hospital). Services are from noon to 12:55 p.m. Everyone is welcome.

Biznews for April 8, 2014


Horacio Figueroa, longtime Susanville resident, has re-opened The Courthouse Café in Susanville. Chef Martin Mendez is still whipping up arguably the best biscuits and gravy in town, as well as new items and old favorites. They have daily specials and their friendly wait staff is there to serve you from 7 a.m. to 3 p.m. seven days a week. Stop in at 2920 Riverside Drive, Susanville, or call ahead for take-out at 257-1886. Brittany Faria, left, Martin Mendez, Horacio Figueroa and Savannah Johnson.

Biznews for April 1, 2014




Pictured above is the new team at The Pardner Farm Supply on Johnstonville Road in Susanville. Ray Sousa — retail manager, Joey Gonzalves — seed coordinator, Jared Penfold — seed coordinator, and Mike Machado — dispatcher. The gals, Erica Caldwell and JoEllen Wood, are staying on as the store managers. In addition to keeping their full line of retail products, gifts and clothing lines, the store will be expanding their fertilizer and chemical services. Be sure to check out their full line of quality feed at competitive prices. Stop by and see all the new things happening today and welcome the new owners at The Pardner Farm Supply. Photo by Jill Atkinson

Biznews for March 25, 2014


Chris Cordova has lived in Susanville for 22 plus years, and has worked in Lassen County as a mechanic for approximately 10 years. As a family man himself, Chris recognized the need for busy moms and dads to bring their vehicles in for basic and full lube/oil service. He has a large waiting area complete with a TV, coloring books, beverages and snacks, which he shares with Midtown Auto Repair. Chris tells us you don’t need an appointment, stop in and experience their friendly, reliable service. Main Street Lube is located at 1719 Main St., at the corner of Hall and Main, just across from the Susanville Police Department.

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