Susanville kicks off its farmers market season this Saturday. In association with the city, the Local Area Revitalization Project has planned to increase the markets this year with a total of 13 to be held each Saturday throughout summer. Organizers have also planned to... Read More.
It was a great sports year for the area's community colleges following two years of COVID restrictions and setbacks. Lassen community college’s Cougar baseball finished 29-16 and advanced to the NorCal Super Regionals where the team fought hard but was eliminated by Delta College.... Read More.
The Susanville Little League will kick-off the leagues 71st season with a parade. All division teams will walk behind a decorated vehicle holding signs displaying their team name. Players will meet at 8am behind Tractor Supply on Riverside drive. The parade will begin at... Read More.
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.
From Lassen County Chamber of Commerce It's the most magical time of year! Join us as we celebrate the season with #MagicMadeLocal! Stop by the Chamber office or any one of the participating chamber member businesses to pick up your magical shopping passport! Visit local... Read More.
Feather River College RODEO DOMINATES FALL SEASON - the FRC Rodeo program has a storied history and is most certainly living up to its fabled name this season! The team wrapped up the last rodeo of the fall season in Coursegold, CA with a... Read More.
MINERAL, CA- Lassen Volcanic National Park Highway is closed to through traffic for the winter/spring snow season. Autumn storm events are continuing to bring rain, snow, and ice to the high-elevation roadway. Lassen Volcanic National Park remains open throughout the winter/spring snow season. Vehicle access... Read More.
PG&E is warning about 16 million people in Northern and Central California to prepare for power outages. Peak fire season is underway right now and those fires are expected to cause blackouts. The company says almost 80 percent of the state is experiencing drought conditions... Read More.