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Articles from the August 16, 2016 edition

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 News    August 16, 2016

Four inmates sentenced for assault on another inmate while incarcerated in federal prison in Lassen County

On Aug. 5 United States District Judge Garland E. Burrell Jr. sentenced two final defendants for conspiring to assault and causing the assault of another prisoner that resulted in serious bodily injury while all were incarcerated at the Federal...

 
 Public Notices    August 16, 2016

Lassen County Public Notices for the week of August 16, 2016

Susanville Property Sale Paiute Lane T.S. No.: 2016-00397-CA A.P.N.:103-040-15-11 Property Address: 1130 Paiute Ln, Susanville, CA 96130 NOTICE OF TRUSTEE'S SALE PURSUANT TO CIVIL CODE § 2923.3(a), THE SUMMARY OF INFORMATION REFERRED TO BELOW IS...

 
 News    August 16, 2016

Thompson Peak lookout temporarily closed for repairs

The Thompson Peak lookout and access road in the northeastern Plumas National Forest will be temporarily closed from Aug. 3 to Sept. 30, due to construction activities. Fire watch coverage will not be affected by the closure. “We’ve been unable...

 
 By Makenzie Davis    News    August 16, 2016

Supes discuss HLP future

The supervisors are intent on making their voices loud enough to reach the governor in order to get funding for the Honey Lake Power Company in Wendel. During the Tuesday, Aug. 9 Lassen County Board of Supervisors meeting, various stakeholders, or...

 
 By Makenzie Davis    News    August 16, 2016

Superheroes to benefit from fun run

It doesn’t take tights and capes to show the community there are heroes living all around us in every day life, but the first annual Lassen Family Services and Susanville Police Officer associations, Superhero Fun Run is sure to show and support so...

 
 By Ashley Grogan    Sports    August 16, 2016

Lassen Grizzlies embrace new season's start

Head football coach Tom St. Jacques is Lassen High School's new athletic director. This new role poses challenges, but St. Jacques is looking forward to becoming involved with all sports played by...

 
 By Maggie Wells    Opinion    August 16, 2016

A third party perspective

Log into any social media outlet and you’ll see an unfortunate number of political posts full of misinformation — about nearly all the candidates running for office including the third party candidates of Jill Stein and Gary Johnson. I thought,...

 
 By Michael Condon    Sports    August 16, 2016

Careful observation is key to successful fishing

The best fishermen I know try not to make the same mistakes over and over again; instead they strive to make new and interesting mistakes and to remember what they learned from them. ~ John Geirach I had a question from a reader who has spotted some...

 
 News    August 16, 2016

Events Calendar for the week of August 16, 2016

It’s easy to get the word out about your entertainment event and get it published in the Lassen County Times Arts and Entertainment Calendar! Just call Sam Williams at 257-5321 or email information to swilliams@lassennews.com. Wednesday, Aug. 17 Kn...

 
 Business    August 16, 2016

Business Scene for the week of August 16, 2016

RETIRING AFTER 22 YEARS IN BUSINESS! Mike and Carol Cotter, owners of Uptown Uniforms in Susanville, have announced their retirement, as well as the sale of their longtime business, effective Sept. 30, 2016. The Cotters would like their customers to...

 
 News    August 16, 2016

Births for the week of August 16, 2016

Hunter Jaxon Keele Hunter Jaxon Keele was born to Matthew Jason Keele and Kaleigh Joy Keele, of Susanville, at 3:07 p.m., Saturday, July 30, 2016 at Banner Lassen Medical Center in Susanville. He weighed 8 pounds, 5 ounces and was 20 inches long....

 
 News    August 16, 2016

City council rescinds water rate hike, schedules public workshop

At its Wednesday, Aug. 17 meeting, the Susanville City Council rescinded its newly enacted water rate structure that caused some customer’s bills rise by nearly 100 percent. Beginning with the September billing cycle, the water rates will return...

 
 By Makenzie Davis    News    August 16, 2016

LHS looks at drug testing

Athletes at Lassen High School can expect to potentially be randomly selected to participate in a drug test. According to superintendent Bill McCabe, the drug testing, which is expected to cost about $8,000 a year, will take about 20 students a...

 
 News    August 16, 2016

Digging the pool

Workers from Modern Construction were busy marking off the site of the new community swimming pool on South Street. After completing the soil compaction and site work, the company has begun to dig...

 
 By Ashley Arey    News    August 16, 2016

Law enforcement, medical complete active shooter drills

On Wednesday, Aug. 10, law enforcement took part in an active assailant training at Lassen Community College. The Susanville Police Department partnered with many different local agencies including...

 
 By Ashley Grogan    Sports    August 16, 2016

Lassen High School cheerleaders score big at pre-season camp

On Monday, Aug. 8, and Tuesday, Aug. 9, the Lassen High School cheerleaders attended an all-day camp with two guest coaches from the Universal Cheer Association, known as UCA. During camp, the girls...

 
 By Ashley Grogan    Sports    August 16, 2016

Fundraising triathlon for Courage Worldwide is approaching

At 10 a.m. on Saturday, Aug. 27, the Plumas Pines Resort at Lake Almanor will be hosting the second annual Courage Worldwide Triathlon. Courage Worldwide is an organization focused on rescuing...

 
 News    August 16, 2016

County abates Moon Valley marijuana garden

The Lassen County Building Department, together with the Lassen County Counsel's Office and the Lassen County Sheriff's Office executed an abatement warrant on Aug. 19 in the vicinity of Termo and...