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Death Certificate Project Lists Doctors Cited for Narcotic Overdoses - Legal Reader
Ashmead Ali, MD, California City, Kern County; Michael S. Basch, MD, Temecula, Riverside County; Jose Rosendo Cesena, MD, El Cajon, San Diego County; Daniel George Clark, MD, Auburn, Placer Counter; John Courtney Dozier, MD, Susanville, Lassen County; Frank Gilman, MD, San Diego, San Diego County; W
Multi-agency operation nets arrests for gang and drugs
These centers, operated by the “Susanville White Boys” gang, housed several individuals who were then arrested. Others involved in the operation included –
An update of alleged Susanville White Boys gang members in court - Lassen News
More than 200 local, state and federal law enforcement officers targeted alleged methamphetamine and heroin storage and distribution centers operated by the Susanville White Boys gang on Oct. 3. Here’s an update on their cases as they move through Lassen County Superior Court as of Friday, Oct. 26.
Local doctoral student recounts native history - Lassen News
Susanville’s Deserea Langley, receives a $10,000 scholarship from Morango Band of Mission Indians. Photo submitted
Camp Fire evacuees find safe havens, but can't escape turmoil and anxiety
“The longer they (evacuees) are here, the more difficult it can be,” Stephen Walsh, the organization’s regional director of communications and marketing, acknowledged Monday.
Portola Reporter Public Notices for the week of 11/14/18 - Plumas News
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Fire on county line - Plumas News
This photo was taken at about 11 a.m. Sunday, Nov. 11 from Rush Creek Road. The photo shows the Plumas County/Butte County line. According to Plumas County Sheriff Greg Hagwood, CalTrans is attempting to defend its yard near Pulga. Photo by Keith Mayham.
Public Health encourages employees to quit tobacco for Great American Smoke and Vape Out - Plumas News
For more than 40 years, the American Cancer Society has hosted the Great American Smokeout on the third Thursday of November. This year, Plumas County Public Health Agency has decided to make it a weeklong celebration throughout Plumas County owned facilities.
Camp Fire Update: Fatalities Rise, Over 200 Still Missing As Flames Spread
The death toll in the Camp Fire rose to 29 Sunday, making it the most destructive blaze in California in 85 years. The fire that started Thursday morning in Butte County destroyed more than 6,700 homes and businesses over the weekend.
Resources available for victims of Camp Fire
For the latest information on the Camp Fire, including evacuation order and shelter information, visit the Butte County Sheriff’s Twitter page or call the Cal Fire public information line at 530-538-7826.
Celebrate Halloween in Historic Uptown Susanville - Lassen News
It’s that time again for local youth to don their best costumes and strike it rich in candy at the annual Safe and Sane Halloween event from 3 to 5 p.m. tomorrow, Wednesday, Oct. 31 on Main Street in Historic Uptown Susanville.
The controversial Students for Justice in Palestine conference will go on at UCLA. Here's why
A view of Royce Hall at UCLA in Westwood, Calif. on April 13, 2016. (Allen J. Schaben / Los Angeles Times) Our polarized era tests the resolve of those, like me, who lead a university. We urge our students to engage in reasoned debate, but the rancor of the times may turn dialogue on contested topic
QHS volleys to the top - Plumas News
Team captain Rachel Abramson leads the Trojans with ace serves. Photo by Mari Erin RothThe Quincy High School Trojan volleyball team won the final NSCIF championships match against the Hamilton Braves by a score of 3-1.The QHS girls won on the courts all season to earn their chance to fight for the
Search on for missing Greenville resident - Plumas News
Dominic PottsAccording to the Plumas County Sheriff’s office, Dominic Potts was reported missing by his family Nov. 6. He was last seen at a Greenville residence during the evening of Nov. 4. On Nov. 8, Potts’ vehicle was located near Chester. Family and friends organized a search party for this mor
Funding applications being accepted by the Common Good Foundation - Plumas News
If your nonprofit organization needs financial assistance in funding a new project, equipment, supplies, etc., now is the time to submit a grant application to the Common Good Community Foundation.The foundation will be accepting applications during the month of November.
Greenville wins 26-21 - Plumas News
The Indians traveled to the Oregon border to win their first Northern Section 8-man playoff game on the Tulelake Honker field Nov. 2. Senior Colton Lawson scored two touchdowns for Greenville; sophomore Trevor Barr scored a third Indian TD and junior Isaiah Hilpert scored the fourth. Sophomore Garre
Fire donations - Plumas News
According to the Plumas County Sheriff’s Department Chester evacuees are arriving at the Fairgrounds. Donation requests are at this time personal hygiene products such as female products. Needed items are laundry baskets in order to carry items out as well as quart size ziplock bags to make care pac
Live: Camp Fire grows to 100,000 acres, threatens Oroville
“The fire will continue to burn to the southwest toward Big Bend, Berry Creek and threatening the city of Oroville,” Cal Fire said in its incident information report for Saturday morning.
Five locals receive FFA’s highest degree - Lassen News
On Saturday, Oct. 27, Nathan Egan, Holly Fortin, Courtney Jones, Karinna Lepe and Callie Wemple, of the Susanville FFA, were among the more than 4,000 FFA members in the nation to be awarded the American FFA Degree.
Indian Valley project featured at Brownfields Conference - Plumas News
California’s first conference focused on “brownfield” sites put a spotlight on environmental work being done by cities, counties, and nonprofit organizations all over California.