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Lassen Park to increase rates

Tuesday, Dec. 23, 2014 — How do you feel about paying more to visit Lassen Volcanic National Park? This was the question posed last month by acting Superintendent Steve Gibbons.

“We invite the public to give us their thoughts and comments on the fees charged at Lassen Volcanic National Park,” said Gibbons in a press release on the park’s website Nov. 6.

Comments on the proposed new rates were accepted on the National Park Service public comment site between Nov. 5 and Dec. 5.

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College library may get a facelift

Tuesday, Dec. 23, 2014 — There is potential for the Lassen Community College library to get a facelift.

At the Tuesday, Dec. 9, board of trustees meeting, newly appointed librarian Dr. John Taylor and director of facilities and operations Greg Collins introduced the possibility of renovating the library.

The project is in the planning stage, and a first- and second-phase budget list was constructed, but no prices were sought yet.

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Wosick recognized for time served as supervisor

Tuesday, Dec. 23, 2014 — Fellow board members recognizedLarry Wosick for his four years of public service as a Lassen County supervisor.

Supervisors Jim Chapman, Bob Pyle, Tom Hammond and Aaron Albaugh presented him with a proclamation during a Tuesday, Dec. 16 meeting.

Wosick was elected to the board in 2010 defeating Lloyd Keefer who had served 12 years on the board.

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Mailbox thefts, vandalisms reported

Monday, Dec. 22, 2014 — Deputies from the Lassen County Sheriff’s Office are investigating numerous complaints of vandalisms and thefts from cluster mailboxes located in rural areas

Citizens are urged to report any suspicious people or vehicles in their neighborhoods by calling 257-6121. 

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CHP asks for a DUI and fatality free holiday season

Thursday, Dec. 18, 2014 — With holiday celebrations upon us, the California Highway Patrol is preparing for this heavily traveled time of year by educating the motoring public about safety on our roadways. As part of its upcoming Maximum Enforcement Period the CHP is reminding travelers to buckle up, adhere to the posted speed limit, avoid distractions behind the wheel and always designate a sober driver.

The CHP’s Christmas enforcement effort begins at 6 p.m. Wednesday, Dec. 24, and continues through 11:59 p.m. Sunday, Dec. 28. During this period, all available officers will be out on the roadways for enhanced enforcement efforts and assisting motorists wherever needed.

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