Quincy CHP launches a program for senior volunteers. The Quincy CHP office is looking for our community's most motivated seniors who want to give back to the community. Volunteers would help the CHP office in both administrative and field duties to help enhance public... Read More.
The Lassen County Chamber of Commerce is asking for community support to come out and help clean up Main street through Susanville. This weekend the chamber will be working towards the completion of Phase two of the Hometown Pride clean-up efforts. You can meet... Read More.
You can now adopt a portion of the Susan River Trail. The city of Susanville has launches the Adopt-a-River trail Program in which you or your family, business, or organization can help maintain section of the trail. It has been divided into 21 sections,... Read More.
The Forest Fire Lookout Association (FFLA), with the Plumas National Forest, sets out to restore the Argentine Rock Lookout this summer. The goal is to use the lookout as a recreation rental, with the potential to activate it in emergency situations. The Argentine Rock... Read More.
Special to Sierra Daily News: Debbie Reynolds There has been a generous selfless group from the Taylorsville, Susanville, and Crescent Mills areas trying to connect with Dixie Fire Victims from Canyon Dam, Greenville and surrounding areas. Through the generosity of quilters from across the Country,... Read More.
You have a variety of volunteer opportunities as the season of giving is upon us. The Plumas Sierra Fairgrounds could be the right opportunity for you. The fair will be holding their Chipper Christmas Wonderland in person this year and is looking for help.... Read More.
Big thanks to a small team of volunteers helped our Eagle Lake Field Office staff replace a recreational trail bridge that was washed out during last month's atmospheric river rainstorm. Prior to the storm, the river had been flowing at a trickle, only about... Read More.