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Articles from the September 22, 2015 edition

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 By Sam Williams    News    September 22, 2015

Symphony performs well-known music at courthouse concert

Wednesday, Sept. 23, 2015 - Boy, oh, boy! What could be better than a late summer concert by the Susanville Symphony out on the lawn in front of the historic Lassen County Courthouse? Well, the...

 
 News    September 22, 2015

Chamber still seeking survey input

The Lassen County Chamber of Commerce is still seeking community input for a survey. The survey, which takes about five minutes to complete, is available at the Chamber's website,...

 
 By Jill Atkinson    Business    September 22, 2015

Business Scene

TASSI BOOK SIGNING Local resident Janice Tassi recently published her book, "An Early Light." It's a touching emotional story about her personal journey, how God showed her the way after her daughters' death just a few short years ago. Janice will...

 
 News    September 22, 2015

Artists sought for Day of the Dead exhibit

Don't look now, but Halloween will be here sooner than you think! But thanks to the Lassen County Arts Council, local artists have an opportunity to participate in an art exhibit beginning Oct. 13...

 
 News    September 22, 2015

Remember When for Sept. 22, 2015

75 years ago The Susanville Airport was apportioned $370,802 by the Civil Aeronautics Board for the enlargement of its facility. Of the 183 airports in the state selected for improvement as part of the national defense program, Susanville ranked seve...

 
 News    September 22, 2015

Citizen reports contact with federal escapee

A citizen who was unaware of the search for federal escapee Eric Williamson reported he believes he gave the man a ride near the Bogard Rest Area. According to a press release from the Lassen County Sheriff’s Office, about 1 p.m. Monday, Sept. 21...

 
 News    September 22, 2015

Police seeking information in Dollar Tree bomb threat

Officers responded to a report of a bomb threat at a Susanville business, however no suspicious items were located. At about 8:30 p.m. Sunday, Sept. 20, officers from the Susanville Police Department arrived at the Dollar Tree at 2545 Main St. after...

 
 News    September 22, 2015

Two-vehicle accident causes minor injuries

A two-vehicle accident on Highway 395 caused minor injuries. At about 3:45 p.m. Thursday, Sept. 17, Yong Deroest, 50, of Reno, was driving her 2005 Lexus northbound on Highway 395 north of State Route 70 when her vehicle crossed over into the...

 
 Public Notices    September 22, 2015

Legal notices for the week of 9/22/2015

FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT NO. 2015F114 (Expires: 9/2/2020) The following person(s) is/are doing business as: SHABBY ADDICT/LUNDEN LOGUM Business Address: 724 MAIN STREET, SUSANVILLE, CA 96130, County of Lassen. Mailing Address: 724 MAIN...

 
 News    September 22, 2015

Births for Sept. 22, 2015

Sebastian Carlton Terrance Hunter Sebastian Carlton Terrance Hunter was born to Amber and Steve Hunter, of Susanville, at 8:28 a.m. Monday, Sept. 14, 2015 at Banner Lassen Medical Center in Susanville. He weighed 8 pounds, 5 ounces and was 20 inches...

 
 News    September 22, 2015

Sheriff bargaining units declare impasse

Every bargaining unit within the Lassen County Sheriff’s Office are now at impasse. Off-duty representatives from the Lassen County Peace Officers Association and the Lassen County Peace Officers Deputy Association made their declarations during...

 
 News    September 22, 2015

Obituaries for Sept. 22, 2015

Virginia Margaret Field Judy Christeen Hewett Barbara A. Powers Virginia Margaret Field Virginia went to sit at Jesus’ feet Sept. 12, 2015. She had been a resident of Eagle Lake Village in Susanville for the past four years. Virginia was the...

 
 News    September 22, 2015

Dial-A-Ride extended hours discontinued

The Lassen Transit Service Agency opted to discontinue the extended Dial-A-Ride hours after little interest was shown for the service. During the Monday, Sept. 15 meeting, transportation planner Kelly Mumper shared the figures calculated during an...

 
 By Sam Williams    Opinion    September 22, 2015

Forget Jefferson - let's just secede from America!

Ah, that pesky initiative process worm has already started gnawing and burrowing its way straight to the core of the political apple, leaving us voters to sort out the people's business come election day. Hey, we're still more than a year away from...

 
 Opinion    September 22, 2015

There's a difference between social media and the newspaper

The Lassen County Times took a beating on a couple of Facebook websites last Thursday that reveals the clear difference between social media websites and the newspaper. A man called the Times around 1 p.m. Thursday afternoon to report an incident in...

 
 By Debra Moore    Opinion    September 22, 2015

I'm amazed at how one image can change the way we think

I had to avert my eyes from the image that I saw on the Yahoo home page - a tiny boy laying on a sandy beach, his head in the surf. Later, I saw photos of a policeman carrying his lifeless body, but they were somehow better because he was being held...

 
 By Joshua McEachern    Sports    September 22, 2015

LHS varsity football falls to non-conference rival Chico

Lassen High School varsity football played Chico on Friday, Sept. 11. Lassen put two touchdowns on the board but still came up short, losing 14-35. Lassen came out against a bigger Chico team and scor...

 
 By Joshua McEachern    Sports    September 22, 2015

Local boys compete in trap shooting tournament in Redding

Lassen High School students Justin Giusti and Colten Imhoff traveled to Redding from Saturday, Sept. 12 through Sunday, Sept. 13 to participate in the Luau Shoot at the Redding Gun Club. Giusti is a...

 
 By Joshua McEachern    Sports    September 22, 2015

Lassen High School cross country participates in first meet

The Lassen High School cross-country team traveled to North Lake Tahoe for the Kiwanis Invitational. This was the Grizzlies' first meet of the season, on Friday, Sept. 11. About 36 teams showed up to...

 
 News    September 22, 2015

Sheriff bargaining units declare impasse

Every bargaining unit within the Lassen County Sheriff’s Office are now at impasse. Off-duty representatives from the Lassen County Peace Officers Association and the Lassen County Peace Officers Deputy Association made their declarations during...

 
 News    September 22, 2015

Lassen College hosts College Day

Lassen Community College students and local high school students have the opportunity to meet representatives from local businesses and four-year universities. From 9 a.m. to noon Thursday, Sept. 24, Lassen Community College is hosting College Day...

 
 News    September 22, 2015

Romero case continued

Court proceedings for William Joaquin Romero were continued to 1:30 p.m. Thursday, Oct. 8. Romero, who is being held to answer for the alleged second-degree murder of Susanville resident Angel Siler, appeared in superior court Thursday, Sept. 17 for...