Skyline Self Storage Lien Sale
Saturday June 10th at 10 am, starting at the 1105 Gentry Ln. location. Please arrive early to sign the bidding rules. Must be 18 to participate. The following units will be sold at the 1105 Gentry Ln. location:. Victoria Edrington #326. Wayne Cramer #172. Brandon Lewis #349A. Tamara Reese Smith...
Gold Run Realty Real Estate Listings for June 4th
The Summer is here; school is out, and it’s time to make that Buying or Selling decision. We just put a three bedroom and two bath home on the. 450 N Spring Street is being made ready for a new owner this week at $269,500. Tenants have moved and it’s ready for your best ideas to make it all your own! This roomy three bedroom 1566 square foot home is just around the corner from McKinley School. The kitchen, dining area, family room and living room all flow together to form a huge area with a sliding door to the plus sized yard. There are wide side yards on both sides, a fenced garden area, large patio, a previous koi pond and a sturdy garden shed. MLS 202300222 is vacant now while we are working on it. Bring your imagination and let’s make a deal!
Lassen Land & Home Real Estate Listings for June 4th
WE ARE HERE TO OFFER THE QUALITY REAL ESTATE SERVICES YOU DESERVE. CALL US TODAY FOR A FREE MARKET ANALYSIS, BUYERS’ NEEDS OR TO LIST YOUR HOME!!!. Serving all of Janesville, Susanville, Litchfield, Standish. and Lake Forest For Over 40 Years.
Photofeature: Susanville Indian Rancheria Celebrates 2023 Graduates
The Susanville Indian Rancheria honored eight 2023 graduates at a special ceremony held last Thursday in the Willow Room at the Diamond Mountain Casino and Hotel, for friends, families, community and tribal leaders. Speakers included Tribal Chairman Arian Hart, Education Program Manager Amy Langslet and Tribal Secretary/Treasurer Christi Choo. Each...
LMUD Presents: This Day in Susanville History – June 2, 1914
While no scientific observer has yet visited the scene of the disturbance on Mt. Lassen, the weight of evidence is in favor of a slight volcanic eruption having occurred. The geyser theory is not justified by any of the reports that have come from eyewitnesses. Forest rangers and superintendents of forest reserves, it may be said in passing, are not experts on his subject.
As Florence Reece once asked — ‘Which side are you on?’
Bertrand Russell, an important voice of the 20th century, once said, “Fear is the main source of superstition, and one of the main sources of cruelty. To conquer fear is the beginning of wisdom.”. So here we are again as our gay community in Susanville faces another round of...
Little League Says Keep Close Eye on Children, Drug Paraphernalia Found
Susanville’s Little League is warning parents to keep a close watch on your children when at the fields through the remainder of the season. Following the vandalism at the fields over the holiday weekend, where bleachers and a porta potty were toppled over and a quad stolen, the league says drug paraphernalia was also found surrounding the portable bathrooms near the farm field. As is typical for many parents, given the nature of the field’s seclusion to surface streets, children can roam between fields watching friends and siblings play. Now the League says they strongly advise against doing so. They ask you to be “HYPER aware of your surroundings” and asking you to keep your children from playing underneath the bleachers and not to use the portable bathrooms, as they “do not know if there are more items that could potentially hurt your child still in hiding”.
Job Announcement: Lassen Library District: Library Services Technician 1
Lassen Library District: Library Services Technician 1. Part-time, full year position starting at $15.50 per hour, for up to 20 hours per week. Applicants should be friendly, self-motivated and detail oriented with great customer service skills and a desire to learn and participate in all aspects of the library’s operations. Employees in this position must be dedicated to providing excellent service in a welcoming, inclusive manner. Use the Library Services Technician 1 link below for a full position description.
Job Announcement: Lassen County: Housing Grants Specialist
The Housing/Grants Specialist, under direction from Program Manager or designee, performs professional level work in the. field of housing and grants management. Assists Housing Program Coordinator in various housing activities. The major duties of the job include:. Coordinate individualized housing needs assessment for all referred clients and work with clients...
Lassen Family Services Holding Clothing Giveaway this Morning
Lassen Family Services will be hosting a Clothing Giveaway today, June 1st from 9:00a.m. until 2:00p.m. in the parking lot at 1306 Riverside Drive in Susanville. Everyone is welcome to stop by, browse, and take clothing. No appointment is needed. If you wish to donate, LFS will be accepting non-perishable...
CDFW Adds New Compensation “Prong” for Ranchers in Wolf Country
A win for producers in northern California, impacted by the increasing conflict with wolves. The CDFW has announced expanding the Wolf-Livestock compensation plan to include indirect costs. When the director of CDFW, Chuck Bonham, attended the LAssen County Board of Supervisors meeting last month, he made the promise that producers would see more in the way of paying for cattle loss due to wolf kills as last years state budget allocated 3 million in funding for the pilot program.
Scam Targeting City Utility Accounts
The City of Susanville says there is a new scam affecting utility users. There have been reports of calls going out to homes from scam artists requesting payment on your utility account to avoid sending it to collections. The city reminds you that the city will never contact you asking...
Sheriff’s Blotter May 24-29: Holiday weekend brought many calls, multiple fires reported
Information in the Sheriff’s Blotter is gathered from the dispatch logs provided by the Plumas County Sheriff’s Office. No individual’s names are reported. And those arrested should be presumed innocent until proven guilty. The following is a summary of activity for May 24-29 May 24. Eclectic. 5:40...
Feather River Land Trust hosts Trail Stewardship Day at Mountain Meadows Reservoir Saturday
The Feather River Land Trust host a Trail Stewardship Day at Mountain Meadows Reservoir from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. Saturday, June 3 at the Indian Ole Dam parking area in Westwood. According to a statement from the group, “National Trails Day is June 3. Assist with trail work and clean up at the Indian Ole Dam at Mountain Meadows Reservoir. Bring a bag lunch, plenty of water and sun protection, as well as sturdy work shoes and any personal hand tools you’d like to use.”
Community Wildfire Preparedness Day Event in Janesville Being Held Saturday
The Janesville Fire Safe Council and the Honey Lake Valley Resource Conservation District will be presenting a free event this Saturday, June 3rd, to give valley residents an opportunity to come meet representatives from agencies and learn about wildfire preparedness. The Community Wildfire Preparedness Day event will be held from...
More Than 150 Attend Annual Lassen Lodge Masonic Public Schools Night
The Grand Lodge of Masons of California and Susanville’s Lassen Lodge #149 honored some of the area’s best and brightest last Thursday at their 103rd annual Public Schools Night ceremony held in the Masonic Hall on Lassen Street. “Lassen Lodge #149 has for many years been involved in...
ToolBank opens in Greenville
After months of planning and waiting, the ToolBank will open on Thursday, June 1, in Greenville. Suzy Hunter, of Hunter Hardware, will provide this free service at The Spot for now, but she plans to move it next to her hardware store when it is ready to open. This project will give residents access to many battery-powered tools, ranging from drills to miter saws, and even a jackhammer. There are also many hand tools for woodwork and yard maintenance.
Public Notice, Greenville Water Efficiency Improvement Project
Indian Valley Community Services District (Owner) is requesting Sealed Bids for the construction of the following Project:. Mailed Bids for the construction of the Project will be received at:. Indian Valley Community Services District, PO Box 207, Crescent Mills, CA 95934-0207. Mailed Bids delivered to Indian Valley Community Services District...
Letter to the Editor: Protesting garbage rate increases
Two Public Notice were published on PlumasNews.com regarding rate increases for the garbage collectors. The notices, that were provided by Plumas Public Works, incorrectly site Proposition 13 and stated that one could submit a protest letter against raising the rates. Protest letters is a component of California Proposition 218 where...
Budget Hearing, Clear Creek Community Services District
The preliminary budget for the Clear Creek Community Services District for the fiscal year commencing July 1, 2023, has been prepared by the Board of Directors and will be posted for public inspection June 2, 2023 at the Firehouse bulletin board, the District Office at 462-895 Clear Creek Drive and the website clearcreekcsd.specialdistrict.org. A public hearing will be held at the regular board meeting on July 6, 2023, at 6:00 pm at the Firehouse, Hwy 147, Clear Creek, Lassen County, California for final adoption.
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