DWR Remains Cautious After 2nd Snow Survey of the Year

Punxsutawney Phil says there's more winter on the way. Still, the Department of water resources remains cautious of the dry months despite a healthy snowpack. Yesterday marked the 2nd snow survey of the year. Recordings show the Sierra snow depth is at 85 inches... Read More.

Ballots Hit Mailboxes- One Week Remains to Register

Ballots are already hitting mailboxes for the November 8th General Election. If you have not yet registered to vote, you have until October 24th.On your ballot, you will see seven statewide Propositions, as well as races for candidates for U.S. Senate, Governor, Lieutenant Governor,... Read More.

Loyalton Remains Under Boil Water Notice

The city of Loyalton remains under a boil water notice after being advised on October 4th. Mayor Jackson confirmed the town is still waiting on negative test results to come back from a testing lab in Reno.Families for a week have had to boil... Read More.

Nor Cal Fire Outlook Remains High Thru Summer

Northern California will have an above-normal wildland fire potential outlook through September. According to Predictive Services with the National Interagency Fire Center (NIFC), La Nina will continue to weaken over the summer and bring above-average temperatures across the north state and below-average rainfall. Much... Read More.

Cedar Pass Snow Park Remains Closed Through the Season

Lassen County is fortunate enough to be located near two great rural ski hills, Coppervale just off hwy 36 and Cedar Pass Snow Park located 20 minutes from Alturas in the Warner Mountains. Both operate with one lift and offer a family friendly atmosphere.... Read More.

CalTrans SR 70 Update – Slide Remains Active

State Route 70 remains closed between Jarbo Gap and the Greenville Wye due to renewed activity at the slide area near the Butte/Plumas County line. The slide became active again during the early morning hours on Monday, December 13. More activity and debris fall... Read More.

Human Remains Found

PRESS RELEASE On June 30, 2021 deputies from the Lassen County Sheriff’s Office responded to a the “D Line” located approximately three miles north of Desmond Meadows for a report of human remains found in the area. Foresters from Sierra Pacific Industries were conducting an archeological survey... Read More.