Be prepared to see a heavy presence of law enforcement on the streets this afternoon through Quincy as they escort the FRC volleyball team off to the state championships in Fresno. You can join in on the send-off as well. The parade to the highway... Read More.
Eight Lassen county, and one Plumas county producer, have been awarded nearly 150k dollars each through a state-funded program to bring food-grown products into the area's schools. The program is through the USDA, called The CDFA (California Department of Food and Agriculture) Farm to... Read More.
Spurring from the COVID crisis, the Governor and the state legislature have launched a 60 million dollar program to employ artists to push health agendas. Program participants are coming to speak in Lassen County. Originating from the Mayor's office in San Francisco, the first pilot... Read More.
Statewide and nationally student math and English scores saw a sharp decline as the Department of Education just released the Smarter Balanced Test Results for the 2021-2022 school year. To no surprise, results show students underperforming, during a year when most of the academic year... Read More.
Plumas County Public Health responds to the Governor's declaration to end the COVID-19 state of emergency to calm any concerns. The health department says there will be no lack of resources were there to be a potential holiday surge since the state of emergency is... Read More.
Smoke is drifting into the county, yet the CALFIRE Lassen Modoc Unit information officer confirms there are no local fires. A lightning-caused fire is burning to the north in Oregon with only 38 percent containment. The Cedar Creek Fire, burning near the community of Oakridge,... Read More.
California says you can no longer use single-use propane canisters while camping within the next five years. Last month in a first-ever for the state, a bill passed that bans the sale of all single-use propane canisters, and those who violate it will see... Read More.
Today the State, in the lawsuit between the City of Susanville and CDCR, for the closing of the California Correctional Center, is asking for Judge Moody to decide by noon or threatens to seek relief from the appellate court. According to the State's September... Read More.
In the ongoing litigation between the City of Susanville and CDCR, the department counsel is putting pressure on the Judge to make an expedited decision. In briefs presented to the Judge on Friday, state counsel has threatened to bring the case to the court... Read More.