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Office of Education receives computer donations

Wednesday, May 6, 2015 — The California Correctional Health Care Services from both High Desert State Prison and California Correctional Center donated 75 gently used computers to be deployed within the schools in Lassen County. The computers donated were HP systems complete with monitors, keyboards and mice. The donation was possible due to California Correctional Health Care Services’s completion of scheduled upgrades of computer equipment to meet on-going program advancements and acquisition of an electronic medical record system.

California Correctional Health Care Services CEO Tom Mahoney said, “California law allows the transfer of state property to education.

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Giampaoli's art on display

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Michael Giampaoli's oil painting “Snag, Glacier National Park,” will be one of his new pieces on display at Artisan Coffee during the month of May.


Wednesday, May 6, 2015 - Artisan Coffee's May show will feature more than 20 new paintings from local artist Michael Giampaoli.
An opening reception is scheduled from 5:30 to 7:30 p.m. Friday, May 8.
According to Giampoli, the new paintings are all pieces done last year, mostly landscapes and other odds and ends.
Some are from a six-week trip he and his wife took to Michigan last summer. The route took them through the northern part of the United States and Giampaoli painted a few pieces from Glacier National Park in Montana.

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Community garden fundraiser

Wednesday, May 6, 2015 — Gardening is not only a way to provide families with fresh organic produce, it can also be a therapeutic hobby.

Its benefits are the reasons why one Lassen County resident is working to start a local community garden.

According to Kate Hansen, who is spearheading the project, people will be able to purchase a raised garden bed for a nominal fee to grow food.

“Food, flowers and organic only is kind of what we’re going for,” she said.

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Second annual Walk A Mile event draws a crowd

Tuesday, May 5, 2015 — The second annual Walk A Mile In Their Shoes — Engaging Communities, Empowering Victims — was a time to challenge people to do more.

The event coincides with National Crime Victims’ Rights Week April 19 through April 25 and is presented by Lassen Family Services and the Lassen County Victim Witness.

“In our community, virtually everyone is or knows a victim or survivor of crime. In fact, in 2014, Lassen Family Services provided assistance to approximately 1,365 residents representing one in 16 people in the county,” said Lassen Family Services executive director Melissa Downing. “As you look at the crowd of people gathered today, victims of crime stand next to you and with you to engage in a common effort in the pursuit of justice.”

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Judge rules co-op violated discrimination laws

Tuesday, May 5, 2015 — A judge ruled that Plumas-Sierra Rural Electric Cooperative smart meters opt-out fees violate state discrimination laws in a case where the utility cut off electricity 14 months ago for a customer suffering from electromagnetic hypersensitivity.

For “Better Call Saul” fans, PSREC customer Josh Hart’s malady is the same thing Saul Goodman’s brother, Chuck, struggles with when wearing his tinfoil blanket and banning cellphones from his house.

“I’m glad it’s getting mainstream attention,” Hart said of the TV show.

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