Students and parents catch a break with not having to make that controversial choice to remain in public schools next year of the COVID-19 vaccination requirement. The Federal Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has not yet fully approved the vaccines for all ages within... Read More.
The grassroots group known as Community Conversations has canceled the COVID-19 Town Hall meeting this Thursday due to too many Covid cases, saying holding the gathering would be an unwise decision. Original Story: As Plumas County positive COVID cases continue to remain high throughout the school... Read More.
As Plumas County positive COVID cases continue to remain high throughout the school system and communities, the county will be holding a special town hall style meeting. You can attend to bring your thoughts, concerns, and questions concerning COVID-19 in the county. Supervisor Greg... Read More.
Classes at Lassen Community College move online amid the surge in positive COVID cases in the county. The start of this school semester will have in-person learning for Aviation, Agriculture, Automotive, Welding, Industrial Technology, Gunsmithing, Nursing, Fire Science, Basic Skills 170, Work Experience Orientation,... Read More.
Know Before you Go! COVID-19 Rapid Testing Lassen County Public Health will be offering Free COVID-19 rapid testing from 1:00 p.m. to 3:00 p.m. today and tomorrow, December 21 and 22 for anyone traveling to visit friends and family this weekend. The Public Health Department would... Read More.
By the New Year state lawmakers head to Sacramento to discuss possible legislation to remove the personal belief exemption from Governor Newsom’s student COVID-19 vaccination mandate. If it were to be removed some argue that it would push thousands of kids out of classrooms... Read More.
The Lassen County Board of Education stands up for student and staff right-to-choose in a 5-2 vote. The resolution passed asks state officials to not require COVID-19 vaccinations for students and staff. It says the “Lassen County Office of Education supports local control and... Read More.
The Modoc County Jail reported zero positive cases of COVID-19 among inmates on Tuesday. The announcement came after the first known case was reported on Oct. 15. Since then, a total of 15 inmates have tested positive, according to the Modoc County Sheriff's Office. With an... Read More.
The Plumas County Board of Supervisors was asked to approve a COVID-19 vaccination status policy during a special meeting today, Sept. 28, but said “no.” The policy would require county employees working in the healthcare realm (such as the behavioral and public health departments) to... Read More.
Seneca Healthcare District will be offering at free COVID-19 mass testing clinic. When: On Tuesday, August 31st, from 9:00 am to 12:00 pm. Where: At Seneca Healthcare District Hospital, in the parking lot located at 130 Brentwood Drive, Chester California. The COVID-19 mass testing clinic will be... Read More.