A hiker lost in the Modoc wilderness for two and a half days gets reunited with his family. Joe Kidd set out from Mill Creek Falls Campground to hike Eagle Peak for the day. Upon his return, he found himself lost. The following day... Read More.
AMBER Alerts celebrates 20 years of service in reuniting abducted children. California Highway Patrol commissioner Amanda Ray says “The tremendous success of the program would not be possible without the partnership of law enforcement throughout California, broadcasters, government agencies, and members of... Read More.
Hometown pride had another successful weekend in Phase two of cleaning up Main street. Volunteers joined the Lassen County Chamber of Commerce to clean from Weatherlow down to Alexander in this phase. People grabbed rakes, weeding tools, brooms, and more to clear the sidewalks... Read More.
10:20 AM- Communications with Frontier local manager has confirmed a vehicle incident on County Road A-21 North of Westwood has brought thier fiber lines down. Crews have been out making repairs for over 3 hours. Frontier is estimating service restoration by noon. 9 AM- Another day... Read More.
The Lassen County Chamber of Commerce is asking for community support to come out and help clean up Main street through Susanville. This weekend the chamber will be working towards the completion of Phase two of the Hometown Pride clean-up efforts. You can meet... Read More.
Press Release April 29, 2022 The Susanville Police Department cited 2 people on Thursday April 28, 2022 for furnishing alcohol to minors. The operation was conducted in the general vicinity of the City of Susanville. The Susanville Police Department conducted a program called a Decoy Shoulder Tap Operation which targets... Read More.
Lassen County Chamber of Commerce Update for the week of March 27 – April 2 Written by Kelly Ackley, Executive Director March 24, 2022 Thank you, Highway to the Gaming Zone for hosting a great March Chamber Mixer. Hello, Spring! After having to postpone this event for the past... Read More.
The California Transportation Commission has moved almost 500 million dollars to projects to fix and improve transportation infrastructure throughout the state. Caltrans District two will benefit from these funds through 5 projects in its district. One being to the Buckhorn New disposal Sites on... Read More.
The Deadline to register for FEMA disaster assistance has passed but if you had property damaged by the Beckwourth and Dixie fires you can still register for the debris removal program. Right of Entry forms need to be submitted by next Monday, the 15th.... Read More.