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.
After being accused of delaying potentially negative test results from the academic year following COVID the California Department of Education is set to release its spring Smarter Balanced test results.The department, which typically releases the data in late summer or early fall had initially... Read More.
CDFW is encouraging hunters to participate in the state’s chronic wasting disease (CWD) surveillance program. With deer hunting season already underway throughout the state, the department says when a deer is taken you should stop by a CWD sampling station to have... Read More.
You may get an emergency alert on your phone in the afternoon of June 1st if you live in Sierra County. The Sheriff’s Office is conducting a county-wide TEST of the Everbridge Emergency Alert Notification System. The Everbridge Emergency Notification allows residents to receive... Read More.
PG&E and Ford will come together to test the Ford F-150 Lightening EVs new charging tech against California’s power grid. The truck’s technology can supposedly give a home backup power for an entire home for 10 straight days. PG&E wants to see how Fords... Read More.
Janesville Elementary will be re-opening today, January 19th. The school has been teetering returning students to classrooms following an uptick in COVID and Flu cases in the school leaving little staff to accommodate in-person learning. Yet this morning Students in quarantined classrooms can test... Read More.
Wednesday, November 17th, Susanville Auto Center is going to have a JEEP TEST DRIVE & MINGLE event. 3:30-5:30pm They will have snack foods and drinks. See the the all new Jeep Grand Cherokee L with the 3rd row seat, Jeep Gladiator with the eco... Read More.
Proof of vaccination or proof of a negative COVID-19 test in the last 72 hours will now be required if you are visiting at Banner Lassen Medical Center. With the hospital’s chief medical officer stating that the new procedure “serves as an additional layer... Read More.