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Susanville students may join the band

Friday, Aug. 21, 2015 —± Students at Diamond View Middle School, Meadow View Elementary School and Johnstonville School will get the opportunity to participate in a band program.
    According to Susanville School District superintendent Jason Waddell, students at the two locations will have the opportunity to partake in an after-school band program.
    “We are looking at hopefully getting (a lot) of kids doing it … and enhancing their education,” said Waddell.
    During the June Susanville School District Board of Trustees meeting, the members unanimously approved an agreement for services with certified employee Carlin Hagan, effective July 1 to June 30, 2016.  

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CHP accepting online applications

Friday, Aug. 21, 2015 — The California Highway Patrol is now accepting online applications for the position of officer on a continuous basis. With this new continuous application process in place, the CHP’s goal is to hire 600 cadets per year.
    “A career in law enforcement can be an extremely rewarding and exciting opportunity,” said CHP Commissioner Joe Farrow. “We are looking for highly motivated individuals who mirror the diverse makeup of California and have a passion for public service to join our ranks.”
    A career with the CHP can be filled with variety. In addition to traditional patrol duties, the CHP offers opportunities to join specialized units throughout the state, such as air operations, dignitary protection, computer crimes investigations, vehicle theft task forces, homeland security operations and commercial vehicle inspection programs.

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Fire Safe Council gets support from supes

Friday, Aug. 21, 2015 — The Lassen County Board of Supervisors sent a letter to United States Forest Service offices detailing county project priorities they support, including a Lassen County Fire Safe Council project.
    Topping the list, in a letter addressed to Randy Moore, the Forest Service’s Pacific Southwest Regional Forester, was the fuel reduction treatments through the Diamond Mountain Initiative project.  
    “It is our understanding from the Lassen County Fire Safe Council, if the Lassen National Forest does not immediately place this project into Tier 1 status in Fiscal Year 2015, the community may lose an opportunity to obtain $500,000 from the Sierra Nevada Conservancy for fire reduction treatments in 2016-2017,” read the letter.

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New director takes over family resource center

Friday, Aug. 21, 2015 — Elizabeth Allen is the new director of the Westwood Family Resource Center located at the One Stop at Second and Birch streets. She replaces Desiree Naseath who left the position Aug. 14 to move to the valley where she will attend the University of California, Davis to obtain a degree in sociology.
    “Desi has been great. There will be big shoes to fill,” said Allen, who trained under Naseath for a few weeks before stepping into the role.
    Although new to the position of director, Allen is familiar with the community and the work the center does. She gained insight when she was hired as the Westwood case manager for Lassen County Behavioral Health in May 2013, working from the One Stop where the Westwood Family Resource Center is located.

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District Attorney meets with Tea Party Patriots

Thursday, Aug. 20, 2015 — Lassen County’s District Attorney met with the Lassen County Tea Party Patriots for about 30 minutes Tuesday, Aug. 11 to share her impressions of her first year in office and answer questions from those in attendance.
    Stacey Montgomery defeated David Evans in the district attorney’s race in the June 3, 2014 primary election.
     Burns resigned as district attorney effective June 9 in order to assume responsibility as Lassen County Counsel, and the Lassen County Board of Supervisors then appointed Montgomery to serve the remainder of Burns’ term of office, making her only the second woman in Lassen County history to hold that office.

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