Plumas County woman unable to pay mortgage since Fidelity’s ‘cybersecurity incident’
SACRAMENTO, Calif. — Some Northern California homeowners trying to pay their mortgage bills are running into account problems stemming from cybersecurity issues. Staci Low from Plumas County reached out to KCRA 3 Investigates because she said she has not been able to pay her mortgage through the company LoanCare, which is owned by Fidelity National Financial.
Plumas Feral Cat Spay-a-Thon Successful
Feral cats have become a nuisance in Plumas County since the Dixie fire left many abandoned and lost. Earlier this year the County board of supervisors allocated 10,000 dollars from PG&E settlement funds to assist in the spay and neutering of these strays to help curb their proliferation. Two non-profits,...
Exploring the 5 Counties in California With the Most Rapid Population Decline
Lassen County: -6% Lassen County, situated in the northeastern corner of California and sharing borders with Nevada and Oregon, is characterized by its rural and mountainous terrain. With a population of approximately 28,000, the county experienced the most significant percentage decline nationwide, witnessing a 6% reduction in its population within...
Susanville Police Make Multiple Arrests in Anti-Theft Operation
(Courtesy of Susanville PD) The Susanville Police Department recently arrested multiple individuals in connection with an anti-theft operation. According to a press release by the department, officers from the Susanville Police Department conducted an anti-theft operation at Walmart in collaboration with the store’s employees on Thursday, November 16. The operation resulted in several outcomes.
Unearthing the Hidden Gems: The Moonlight Mine and California's Gold Rush Legacy
Tucked away near Crescent Mills, the historic Moonlight Mine stands as a quiet sentinel of California's bustling gold rush past. Once the heartbeat of a fevered quest for wealth, the mine now offers solace to hikers and history buffs alike. Its significance extends beyond the local economy; it is a fragment of the monumental narrative that guided California's evolution. Trails weaving through the area invite visitors to step into the shoes of miners who once scoured the earth for their golden dreams, providing a tangible link to a bygone era.
Morning Weather brought to you by Smith Properties November 30th
Good morning! Here is today’s weather forecast from the National Weather Service. Today: A chance of snow before 1pm, then snow likely, possibly mixed with rain. Mostly cloudy, with a high near 42. West wind 5 to 10 mph. Chance of precipitation is 60%. Little or no snow accumulation expected.
Congratulations to Yelena Vakulchik: This Week’s Red Hut Pizza Giveaway Winner!
Congratulations to this week’s winner of a 20-inch party size specialty pizza or combo from Red Hut Pizza in Susanville. You could be next week’s pizza winner – it’s easy! Just use the handy entry form below. You can enter once per day from each email...
James P. Beckwourth: A Bridge Between Cultures in the American Frontier
The Jim Beckwourth Museum in Portola, California, immortalizes the life of James P. Beckwourth, an African-American mountain man whose versatile roles shaped the American West. Beckwourth's legacy, from establishing the Beckwourth Pass during the California Gold Rush to his time as a fur trapper and war chief among the Crow people, is the essence of the museum's collection. Housed in a cabin built by Beckwourth, the museum offers a journey through the life of a man who became legendary for his storytelling and his indelible impact on the frontier.
Celebrate Christmas in the Mountains This Friday Evening in Westwood
Come see how residents of Westwood celebrate Christmas in the Mountains this Friday evening, December 1st, as the town lights up the community Christmas tree and stages a spectacular parade of lights featuring Santa Claus!. The light parade begins at 6:00p.m., celebrating the arrival of Mr. and Mrs. Santa Claus...
Exploring the Historical and Natural Wonders of the Mohawk Valley
The Mohawk Valley in upstate New York is a breathtaking region where the lush landscape intertwines with a rich tapestry of American history. Clio, within the valley, is particularly noteworthy, boasting a natural splendor that beckons outdoor enthusiasts and historians alike. From the serene trails of Pixley Falls State Park to the revolutionary echoes in Fort Stanwix National Monument, the valley offers a harmonious blend of tranquility and historical enlightenment.
CPUD to Phase Fire Employees and Transition to Volunteer Department
Chester Fire and Ambulance Services will begin transitioning to a volunteer department immediately. The decision was handed down after the Chester Public Utility District board agreed with the recommendations of General Manager Adam Cox. Cox added that with a volunteer department, there would still be the necessity to maintain a...
Last Weekend to Drop Off Bagged Leaves for Collection
Too many leaves in your yard with nowhere to put them? Through December 4th, the City of Susanville Public Works Department’s annual leaf collection program offers a way for Susanville residents to rid themselves of the leaves for free. Residents can drop off bagged leaves, tied securely, to the...
Have You Noticed? Gas Prices Decline
Gas prices are gradually decreasing (but experts say it could only be temporary), with some just below the $5 mark, a figure unseen in months. According to the auto club AAA, prices typically decline during the winter months due to reduced demand with fewer cars on the roads, the transition to cheaper winter-blend gas, and a slight alleviation of inflation.
Residents asked to help city decide how to spend ARPA funds at Dec. 6 city council meeting
The Susanville City Council will be discussing the expenditure and allocation of American Rescue Plan Act (funding at the Dec. 6, meeting and is extending an invitation to all members of our community to share their input and ideas on potential public benefits projects. The ARPA funds present a unique...
La Porte's Golden Past: Unearthing the Riches of California's Gold Rush History
La Porte, once known as Rabbit Creek, is more than just a scenic locale in California's Plumas County—it's a living tribute to the state's golden heritage. Founded amidst the Gold Rush frenzy in the mid-1800s, La Porte flourished as miners flocked to its promising terrain, extracting wealth from its abundant quartz-rich gravels. With a peak population of over 20,000, the town was a microcosm of the American Dream, with establishments ranging from hotels to saloons, all catering to the hopeful prospectors.
Eagle Lake Village resident turns 106 next week
Eagle Lake Village resident Virginia Weaver turns 106 Tuesday, Dec. 5. She struggles a bit with her hearing aids (a new set is on the way) and her friends say she’s still sharp as a tack. Born in 1917 in a little town in Pennsylvania, one of her earliest...
99 Ranch Market officially opens doors for business in Westwood
UCLA students and community members have long awaited the opening of 99 Ranch Market. A ribbon cutting ceremony marked the end of the three-year wait Wednesday. 99 Ranch Market corporate employees gathered for the ceremony, speeches and an exclusive tour of its new location. Alice Chen, CEO of 99 Ranch...
Belden's Feather River: A Model of Adventure and Conservation
Nestled in the heart of California, Belden's Feather River region is a sanctuary where the thrill of adventure meets the serenity of nature. Renowned for activities such as fishing and white-water rafting, the river's ecosystem is a testament to the area's commitment to conservation and sustainable recreation. The Oroville Dam and Feather River Fish Hatchery play pivotal roles in preserving fish populations, ensuring that Belden remains an idyllic destination for nature lovers and outdoor enthusiasts alike.
Uncover Quincy's Bakery Scene: 3 Remarkable Bakeries You Can't Miss
In this article, we explore three exceptional bakeries located in Quincy. Have you had the chance to visit any of these delightful spots? If you have, we'd love to hear about your experiences in the comments section below.
Job Announcement: Lassen Union High School District: Night Custodian – 2 Positions
The Lassen Union High School District Office will be hosting open interviews for the Night Custodian position(s) on December 4, 2023, at 1000 Main St. Susanville, CA from 10:00 a.m. – 2:00 p.m. Apply online or in person. Lassen Union High School District:. Night Custodian – 2 Positions.