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Remains found near Canyon Dam

Tuesday, May 13, 2014 — Bones discovered by mushroom hunters near Canyon Dam last month have been determined to be human.

Plumas County Sheriff’s Investigations Sgt. Steve Peay said the identity of the person was still unknown as of Monday, May 5.

He said the bones are being sent for DNA testing.

“We are treating this as a suspicious death, obviously,” Peay said.

Meet and greet for district 3 candidates

Monday, May 12, 2014 — Artisan Coffee, located at 464-440 Church St. at Highway 395 in Janesville, hosts a meet and greet outdoor barbecue for district 3 candidates from 5:30 to 7:30 p.m. Wednesday, May 21. Other candidates are invited to attend.

For more information, call 253-3000.

Residents meet local candidates

A correction has been made to the treasurer/ tax collector candidate statements.

Wednesday, May 7 — Lassen County residents seized the opportunity to question and meet local candidates running for county and city positions in the June 3 election.

On Wednesday, April 30, the Janesville Town Council hosted a forum for Janesville residents to have the opportunity to see how the county candidates would be able to help them.

Doyle residents arrested on multiple drug charges


Lassen County Narcotics Task Force agents seized more than one pound of methamphetamine and other items after executing a search warrant on a Chevy Camaro in the afternoon of Tuesday, May 6. Photo submitted


Wednesday, May 7 — Two Doyle residents were arrested Tuesday, May 6, after law enforcement agents conducted a traffic stop and found methamphetamine in the vehicle.

According to a press release from Kevin Jones, a captain at the Lassen County Sheriff’s Office, at approximately 4:45 p.m. a deputy, assisted by the California Highway Patrol, stopped a 2011 Chevy Camaro on Highway 395 at Red Rock Road.

The purpose of the stop was to execute a search warrant obtained by the Lassen County Narcotics Task Force for the Camaro as well as the owner of the vehicle, Christina Corona, 47, of Doyle, according to Jones.

Recreation authority approves pool site purchase

Wednesday, May 7, 2014 — After more than an hour of closed session discussions, the Honey Lake Valley Recreation Authority’s Governing Board voted 4-1 to approve the purchase the Credence High School property at 814 Cottage St. as the site of a community swimming pool at its Tuesday, May 6 meeting.

President Brian Wilson, Vice President Jim Chapman and board members David Meserve and Larry Wosick voted to approve the purchase. Board member Nicolas McBride voted no.

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