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Many ballots still to be processed by county elections officials

Wednesday, June 4, 2014 — The California Secretary of State issued the following press release regarding yesterday’s election.

Just as they do after every statewide election, California county elections officials are currently counting the hundreds of thousands of vote-by-mail, provisional and other ballots not counted on election day.

County elections officials have until July 4 to ensure every eligible ballot is counted accurately and certify final election results to the Secretary of State. Then the Secretary of State has until July 11 to review the materials, resolve any reporting discrepancies and compile the 58 county reports for complete election results.

County clerk releases election night unofficial final results in local races

Wednesday, June 4, 2014 — Some provisional ballots have not been counted, so the numbers may change, but here are the unofficial final local June 3 Primary Election results as reported by the Lassen County Clerk’s Office.

Election results

June 3, 2014 — If you’re interested in obtaining the latest election results from the June 3 Gubernatorial Primary Election, the Lassen County Clerk’s Office updates the unofficial local election results periodically throughout the evening after the polls close at 8 p.m.

Go to this website to see the results.

Readers can go to http://co.lassen.ca.us/govt/dept/county_clerk/registrar/results-1.htm for the local county elections or vote.sos.ca.gov/ for statewide election results.

Susanville symphony offers Pops Concert

Tuesday, June 3, 2014 — You know it's coming — the Susanville Symphony Society’s Pops Concert on Friday, June 13 and Sunday, June 15 at the Susanville Assembly of God Church — a highlight and a fan favorite each season.

This is the time to hear the hometown symphony perform music the audience is sure to recognize. But beware, the musicians always have a little surprise for the audience which makes for an invigorating show and a great way to wrap up the Susanville Symphony’s 11th season.

Roger and Hammerstein’s “Sound of Music” surely will trigger some childhood memories. “Schindler’s List,” with a violin solo performed by Carol Laube of the Reno Philharmonic and accompanied by the orchestra, could bring tears to your eyes. “Romeo and Juliet,” the classic overture from Tchaikovsky based on that most famous of the Shakespearean love stories, always brings drama. “Send In The Clowns,” featuring The Three Cellos may return audience members to their first date.

Lawsuit aftermath fractures district

Tuesday, June 3, 2014 — Depending upon whom you ask, the Lassen Irrigation Company’s recently filed lawsuit against the Honey Lake Valley Resource Conservation District is either the beginning of the end or the end of the beginning of the controversy surrounding the process used to deliver water to water users in Lassen County. But folks on both sides of the issue said getting the issues before a judge who can make a determination will sort things out and lead to a resolution of the continuing conflict.

After a closed session discussion of the lawsuit by the board and its attorney at its Wednesday, May 28 meeting, a process server privately served the individual board members with a thick packet regarding the lawsuit. The board took no reportable action in closed session.

Included in the board packet for the meeting was a letter from board chairman Ramsey Wood received via email Tuesday, May 20 announcing his resignation from the board effective immediately.


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