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Flu virus claims local resident

Tuesday, Jan. 21, 2014 — Peak flu season is here and the H1N1 flu strain has claimed several lives including one in Lassen County.

According to public health director Joanna Zimmerman, on Friday, Jan. 10 state officials declared a sharp increase in influenza activity including illnesses and deaths, with the number of confirmed fatalities rising rapidly and exceeding that expected this time of year.

For more information, read the Jan. 21 edition of the Lassen County Times.

County asked to rescind Dyer approvals

Tuesday, Jan. 21, 2014 — The new owners of Dyer Mountain have asked the Lassen County Board of Supervisors to hold a public hearing and rescind resolutions it passed approving the use of the property as a four-season resort and a residential and business community located near Westwood and Clear Creek.

The public and all interested parties are invited to attend a public hearing.

For more information, time and location of the meeting, read the Jan. 21 edition of the Lassen County Times.

Supervisors may consider Herlong rental agreement

Tuesday, Jan. 21, 2014 — At today’s Tuesday, Jan. 21 meeting, the Lassen County Board of Supervisors will consider an interim rental agreement for Herlong property mistakenly sold last year.

Zone V2, which incorporates the chapel, Family Resource Center and the county One Stop, was mistakenly included in a request for proposal to sell the Local Reuse Authority property.

For more information, time and location of the event, read the Jan. 21 edition of the Lassen County Times.

Committee discusses bringing guns on campus

Tuesday, Jan. 21, 2014 —A newly formed committee will be holding its first meeting to discuss the possibility of allowing interested teachers, who are concealed weapon permit holders, to bring a gun onto campus.

The committee will not make any decisions but will provide a recommendation for the board to consider.

For more information, time and location of the meeting, read the Jan. 21 edition of the Lassen County Times.

Ale Works doubles brewing capacity

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Margaret Liddiard, one of four owners of Lassen Ale Works at the Pioneer Saloon, right, head brewer Michael Blaschak and brewmaster Erik Jefferts maneuver a fermentation tank into the brewery. With two new tanks, Lassen Ale Works has doubled its brewing capacity.            Photo by Ruth Ellis

 

Tuesday, Jan. 21, 2014 — Lassen Ale Works at the Pioneer Saloon has doubled its brewing capacity with the addition of two new fermentation tanks.

On Monday, Jan. 13, brewmaster Eric Jefferts and head brewer Michael Blaschak loaded the two tanks into the brewery, which originally started with three.

For more information and photos of the event, read the Jan. 21 edition of the Lassen County Times.


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