Business scene for the week of 2/28/17


Your local, hometown proud Susanville Super/IGA is having not one, but two sales over the next week. This coming Friday and Saturday, March 3 and 4, they are having their two day produce sale, featuring some great buys on asparagus and other favorites.

Then on Monday, March 6 and Tuesday, March 7, keep your eyes open for their seafood trailer. They will have favorites such as jumbo scallops, Alaskan king crab legs, and more. To see a full listing of sale favorites and pricing, see both of their ads in this week’s paper.



Do you know someone from Lassen County who is deployed in the military? The Soaring Eagle Blue Star Moms of Susanville send care packages to our deployed military every month. If you know or have someone deployed, be sure and let the Blue Star Moms know so they can ship packages full of goodies to them. If you would like to donate, BSM Heather Garrison, who ships the packages, said she is always looking for donated items, such as hand sanitizer, chips, ChapStick, magazines, books, cookies and she tells us they really like the powder stuff to add to their water (like Crystal Light) as they only have bottled water. You can call or text Heather at 249-1373 for any questions or donations you’d like to make.



The Veterans of Foreign Wars William Davidson Post 2381 will be hosting the 2nd annual Vietnam Veterans Welcome Home event from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Saturday, April 1 at the Veterans Memorial Building in Susanville. Lunch will be served and there will be items for a drawing.



El Tepeyac Grille in Susanville has a great breakfast special featuring sirloin steak and eggs. For the high school crowd, they have a Grizz Lunch Special Monday through Friday for all high school students. You may call ahead at 257-7220 to have your order ready, or walk in for quick service, also. Lassen Steaks is now open at 4 p.m. for early dining convenience. They are located inside the El Tepeyac Grille at 1700 Main St., Susanville.



Dr. Ronald Branvold, D.C. tells us he’s recently received training and certification from Science Based Nutrition. As a trained professional he is able to offer a science-based approach to nutritional healthcare. Many problems show up in the blood long before you actually “feel” symptoms. Did you know you can have only 20 percent liver or kidney function left and still have virtually no symptoms? How do you know you’re truly healthy? To find out more about the testing and evaluation that can indicate you are progressing toward a serious illness such as cancer, liver, heart or other diseases, contact his office for your personal evaluation at Susanville Chiropractic Clinic.



There’s still time to get your tickets for the annual Taste of Beef A Sip of Wine event from 6 to 9 p.m. March 4. The fundraiser will be held at the Susanville Elks Lodge. Presale tickets are available at The Pardner and Lassen County Chamber of Commerce as well as at the door. Don’t miss this chance to sample some delicious beef and support the Lassen County Cattlemen and Women.