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McKee speaks to teachers

Sunday, June 7, 2015 — The last meeting of the Lassen and Plumas Retired Teachers Association featured Julie McKee speaking about her volunteer teaching in Nepal. The next meeting will be Wednesday, June 17 at the Walker Mansion on Third and Ash streets, in Westwood.

The meeting and lunch orders will be taken at 11 a.m., and a lasagna lunch will be served at noon. A small donation is requested to cover costs, and is appreciated for its scholarship fund, which gave $2,000 to local graduates.

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Lock your car doors

This TrueNorth wildland firefighter’s pack was stolen from an unlocked vehicle on Cherry Terrace during the Memorial Day weekend along with a collection of CDs. Its owner, Paul Bates, is trying to find work as a volunteer firefighter in Lassen County and said he needs the backpack to go to work because he cannot afford to buy a replacement. He said he doesn’t care about the CDs, but he’d like to have the backpack returned, no questions asked. His number is (707) 273-9978. The Susanville Police Department advises residents to lock their vehicles and report any suspicious activity by calling   257-2171.Pack5xa.gif

Saturday, June 6, 2015 — During the last month officers from the Susanville Police Department have responded to multiple calls involving thefts from unlocked vehicles.
    The thefts have occurred at all hours and at various locations throughout the city.
    The Susanville Police Department is continuing to investigate these incidents and would like to remind the public to keep the doors locked on their vehicles and to report any suspicious activity.

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HeartShine delivers sweets

Saturday, June 6, 2015 — The HeartShine Foundation launched the Sweet Support Campaign this April in response to a YouTube video that went viral of a Butte County man questioning firefighters about making purchases at grocery stores.
    HeartShine title holders from all across Northern California joined together to deliver baked goods and fruit to more than 30 fire stations. Two local title-holders, Emily Fluke — Miss California Teen Queen, and Maddi Johnson — Mini Miss California Princess, have made eight deliveries since the campaign started.

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College celebrates commencement

Friday, June 5, 2015 — Lassen Community College graduates celebrated a momentous milestone and joined a small percentage of those in the world who have a college degree.
    To the graduates gathered for commencement Friday, May 22, anniversary guest speaker Dr. Ned Doffoney said they had taken the road less traveled, which will make all the difference, and he congratulated them on completing that journey.
    “Today you and your families celebrate the end of a journey, really you thought seemed impossible. With the help of support and family, great faculty and staff you arrived at a very noble position, one achieved by less than 1 percent of the world’s population …”

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Community gives $124,650 in student scholarships

Friday, June 5, 2015 — Local organizations and service clubs host events and fundraisers throughout the year to award scholarships to graduating seniors.
     This year, Lassen High School seniors received $124,650 in scholarships from the local community.
    Combining outside funds, the class of 2015 received more than $300,000 to assist them in their future goals.

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