Weekly Safety Report: Fatal Collision, Arrests, and Pedestrian Safety in Lassen County, California
This week in Lassen County, California, there were several incidents that occurred, including a fatal collision, an arrest for battery and firearm discharge, recognition of correctional officers, an arrest for assault, and a traffic enforcement operation focusing on pedestrian safety.
Smith Properties Real Estate Listings for September 24th
At Smith Properties, we pride ourselves on being specialists in bringing buyers and home sellers together throughout Lassen and Plumas County. Like the Smith Properties team itself, our website has been designed to provide you with the information that you need to make all the right real estate decisions. So please check out our site here and then give us a call. At Smith Properties we are here to make your real estate experience one you’ll remember…for all the right reasons.
California has 4 new wolf packs
The small California gray wolf population has grown significantly this year. Within the last few weeks four new packs were reported by the California Department of Fish and Wildlife (CDFW). Gray wolves are indigenous to California, but by 1920 virtually all had been exterminated. However, in 2011 they began to...
Last Chance to Enter This Week’s Pizza Factory Giveaway!
Good morning! Here is your last chance to enter for tomorrow’s Pizza Factory Giveaway!. Every week you have a chance to win a large one-topping pizza from the Susanville or Janesville Pizza Factory locations!. You could be our pizza winner – it’s easy! Just scroll down and use our...
Plumas Sheriff’s Office is Facing Continued Phone Line Disruptions
Although there have been intermittent improvements, the Sheriff’s Office is still grappling with the interruptions in the phone service that have caused their main business lines to be in and out of service over the last two days. In light of this situation, they are urging the public to...
Snapshots Gallery: Susanville Street Rodders’ High Country Cruise
On September 16th, the Susanville Street Rodders held Lassen County’s largest annual classic car event, the High Country Cruise, at Susanville’s Memorial Park, attracting classic car enthusiasts from all over the west coast. The annual event showcases some incredible pre-1975 cars and trucks with folks traveling here from...
Happy Birthday to Us! SusanvilleStuff Turns Twenty Years Old Today!
It’s time to celebrate here at SusanvilleStuff.com!. ‘The Internet home of all things Susanville’ first went live on September 22nd, 2003, and now, two decades later, we are Lassen County’s most powerful online source for news and information – reaching nearly 100,000 people each month, from countries around the world.
This Saturday is National Public Lands Day
Lassen Volcanic National Park will have several activities, including a ranger led hike.
A Susanville Shooting Suspect is Behind Bars
On Monday morning, officers from the Susanville Police Department received information about a person of interest wanted for questioning in the shooting incident that occurred at a residence on Knoch Avenue on September 1st. At the scene, an unidentified 23-year-old man was discovered sheltering in a shed with a gunshot wound to his upper leg.
LMUD Presents: This Day in Susanville History – September 22, 1942
Appointment of M. R. Arnold as vice principal of LaSsen Union High School was announced this week. Arnold is a veteran member of the high school staff, a former coach at the local high school, and for several years has been instructor in general business training. He will now assume...
New Home Needed: Meet the Latest Adorable Pets Up for Adoption in Susanville, CA
Interested in adopting a pet — or just looking at some adorable pets near you up for adoption? There are dozens of endearing pets up for adoption at animal shelters in and around Susanville.
Lassen and Sierra Local Fire Dept. to Benefit from CFF and PG&E Wildfire Safety Grant
Two local Fire departments will benefit from grant funding from the California Fire Foundation (CFF) with the support of The PG&E Corporation Foundation. The funding went to 49 local fire departments, 17 of which were part of PG&E’s North Valley & Sierra Division, totaling over 200,000 dollars. This is the sixth year these grants have been awarded to help communities bolster their disaster preparedness and response programs.
Homecoming king, three-sport athlete: Chester's Jovi Wolf aims to go out on high note during his senior year
Chester’s Jovi Wolf is a standout three-sport athlete at Chester High School. His name is plastered all over the Chester track and field record book. On the gridiron, his track speed makes him a dynamic receiving threat for the Flyers. In the winter, his athleticism is on full display on the basketball court for the Flyers.
House Of Mandi Bringing Yemeni Food To Westwood
It caused quite a stir when I reported that New York’s noodle expert Dun Huang was moving into the former El Pollo Loco space at 1081 Gayley in Westwood Village. For whatever reason, that never happened. Now the address appears to be getting a new tenant. Signs are already up announcing the arrival of House of Mandi. House of Mandi has a location in Anaheim and specializes in Yemeni food which you can read more about here.
Exciting Trail Developments are Reshaping the Eastern Sierra Region
The Sierra Buttes Trail Stewardship has made significant progress over the summer on the Lost Sierra Route, part of the Connected Communities Project. This comprehensive trail plan spans the northern and southern boundaries of the connected communities area, aiming to establish a continuous 370-mile singletrack trail from Susanville to Olancha in Southern California.
Final Days for Green Waste Disposal at Chester Landfill Announced for Local Residents
Last Day for Receiving Green Waste at the Chester Landfill The last day for receiving green waste at the Chester Landfill will be: Fridays and Saturdays from 9:00 AM to 5:00 PM (closed 12-12:30 PM) NOTE: Green waste will continue to be accepted at the Chester-Lake Almanor Transfer Station at a non-reduced rate Friday-Tuesday from 9:00 AM to 5:00 PM (closed 12-12:30 PM). Winter hours begin December 1st, Friday-Monday from 9:00 AM to 4:00 PM (closed 12-12:30 PM).Visit here for more details.
From the Files of the Lassen Historical Society: The Man-Made Eruption of Mt. Lassen
Around 600,000 years ago, the 11,000-foot-tall ancient volcano named Mt. Tehama pushed its way skyward. It rumbled and spewed and lorded over the entire area until it blew itself up in a mighty explosion about 350,000 years ago and collapsed into the earth. Then, about 27,000 years ago the little...
Prescribed Burn Postponed Due to Expected Red Flag Warning
Calfire’s Lassen Modoc Unit has suspended the prescribed burn planned for today in the Honey Lake Refuge area due to an expected red flag warning. The department, along with Fish and Wildlife, had planned an 84-acre ag burn in the Dakin unit to reduce flammable fuels and improve the natural habitat.
Governor, insurance commissioner finally address homeowners’ insurance crisis
According to a statement from the California Senate Republicans after repeated efforts by Senate Minority Leader Brian W. Jones, District 1 Senator Brain Dahle and the California Senate Republicans to address the homeowners’ insurance crisis in this state, Governor Gavin Newsom and Insurance Commissioner Ricardo Lara finally announced some actions to mitigate the crisis today.
Teenager arrested in connection with potential bomb threat at Plumas County school
PLUMAS COUNTY, CA (News 4 & Fox 11) — A teenager was arrested in connection with the report of a potential bomb threat at a school in Plumas County. Authorities say Portola Junior/Senior High School (PJSHS) was notified of a potential bomb threat which was reported to staff by a student around 2:30 p.m. on Sept. 18.