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Man injured in single-car rollover accident

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First responders tend to a man injured in a single-car accident on State Route Highway 36 Tuesday afternoon, June 2 about one mile west of the State Route Highway 147 intersection.

Wednesday, June 10, 2015 —Robert Arnold, of Port Ludlow, Washington, sustained broken ribs and a broken wrist in a single-vehicle rollover accident Tuesday, June 2, on State Route Highway 36 one mile west of the State Route Highway 147 intersection.

    The accident occurred at 3:54 p.m. as Arnold, 66, was traveling eastbound on the highway in a 1997 Chevy sport utility vehicle.

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Symphony hosts final concert of season

Wednesday, June 10, 2015 — Classical and pop music fans won’t want to miss the Susanville Symphony Society’s last concert of the season featuring the Wonderful Music of Disney —  some of the most recognizable tunes of all time.
Conductor Ben Wade said a highlight of the concert will be the return of vocalists J.D. and Jennifer Estacio. He said the tenor and soprano will join in a duet for “A Whole New World,” from “Aladdin.”

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Fire Safe Council cuts education director

Wednesday, June 10, 2015 — Due to funding restraints, the Lassen County Fire Safe Council had to eliminate the education director role on the board.
    According to president Lloyd Keefer, the education director position, held by Dan Douglas, will be cut, effective at the end of the month.  
    “The board of directors of the Fire Safe Council have decided to terminate Dan’s contract at the end of June for budgetary reasons solely … it’s an unfortunate decision we had to make because I think the program has had a great benefit for the communities and schools,” said Keefer.

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State overstates city’s water conservation effort

Tuesday, June 9, 2015 — The numbers used by the State Water Resources Control Board to rank Susanville as the top municipality in the state in terms of the amount of water conserved are inaccurate.
    Councilmember Nick McBride questioned the ranking during the Susanville City Council’s Wednesday, June 2 meeting. According the state’s numbers, the city reduced its water consumption by 56 percent during April 2015 compared to April 2013.
    “What’s the big news on the radio that we’re the biggest conserver of water in the state?” McBride asked Jared Hancock, the city’s administrator. The erroneous ranking also was reported on a local website.

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Contract awarded for new control system at jail

Tuesday, June 9, 2015 —Replacing the lock and intercom systems in the Lassen County Jail and juvenile hall is moving forward and will result in dramatic improvements from a system that is working beyond its expected lifecycle.
     The system upgrade incorporates new technology, a touch-screen computer interface along with sit-stand main control desk work stations.     
     The systems will also link the jail and juvenile hall and will allow either facility to operate doors and intercoms in the other facility in case of an emergency.

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