Plumas Sheriff Todd Johns has secured funds for a new public works base station radio. Sheriff Johns presented to the board of supervisors on July 5 detailing the need. It was during the Dixie fire that the public works radio station was fried preventing... Read More.
You have less than a year to get a REAL ID to fly within the U.S. You will need to upgrade to the new license by May of next year to pass through airport security checkpoints for domestic flights. The DMV is encouraging you... Read More.
A loud explosion in Doyle was the result of a planned military ordnance detonation. The Lassen County sheriff’s were called out to a property in Doyle after the owner located what they believed to be an old military shell. Deputies determined the device was... Read More.
Lassen County board of supervisors will have a less controversial board meeting this week. The board will hear a presentation from the Sheriff’s office on the Segregated housing unit renovation, detailing what has been completed on the building to accommodate new law regarding inmate... Read More.
Plumas County Sheriff’s warns Quincy of increase in vehicle thefts. The sheriff’s are responding by increasing their presence with more patrols in the areas of most concern. The department shared many of the crimes are ones of opportunity as cars that have been broken... Read More.
Lassen County Supervisors Agenda for Tuesday April19th. The board kicks off the meeting with recognizing May as Foster Care month in Lassen County. On the consent calendar, that may not come up in a discussion unless pulled will have the supervisors considering approving a... Read More.
Cannabis in Lassen County gets another revisit at the Lassen County Board of Supervisors meeting this Tuesday. Supervisor Albaugh has requested time for a presentation on illegal grows in Siskiyou County by Congressman Doug LaMalfa’s Office. The board will also hear an update on... Read More.
Plumas County District Attorney’s office is in trouble. By April 29th District Attorney David Hollister will be the last prosecutor left in the county. This comes right at the start of a COVID restriction free summer. The office typically has three attorneys to handle... Read More.
Lassen County Supervisors are set to hear from several departments throughout the County tomorrow. Lassen County Public Health will be asking the Supervisors to allow the County Administrator to sign agreements to use COVID grant funding for three equipment purchases to benefit the department.... Read More.
The Lassen County Sheriff’s Office is seeking public comment regarding their participation in the California State Parks Off-Highway Vehicle Grant Program. The 2022/2023 preliminary applications are available for review at http://ohv.parks.ca.gov. The public review period will be March 8th, 2022 through May 2nd, 2022. Questions... Read More.