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Westwood-Century City Weather Forecast For The Week Ahead

WESTWOOD-CENTURY CITY, CA — Here's your weather forecast for the week ahead, as reported by Darksky. Mostly cloudy until afternoon. Clear throughout the day. Partly cloudy until afternoon.


OK, kids — Let’s go fishing!

The Lassen Sportsmen’s Club, along with official co-sponsors the city of Susanville, Lassen County and the Susanville Indian Rancheria Business Council, present the 30th annual Junior Fishing Derby from 5 a.m. to 3 p.m. Saturday, April 20.


Undefeated! 7-0 GHS baseball

The Greenville Indian baseball team is having a great season so far at 3-0 for league and an impressive undefeated run overall — 7-0. The first league game was against Big Valley on March 18 where the boys won 20-4. The second league match was at Loyalton with the Grizzlies on March 22 where the Ind


Clear Creek CSD board members attend training

The Clear Creek Community Services District has a website, which can be accessed at clearcreekcsd.specialdistrict.org. Nicki Moroney, general manager, made the announcement at the meeting of the board of directors Thursday, April 4.


Attorney general negotiates plea deal with raptor poacher

The largest raptor poaching case in California history ended with a plea bargain negotiated by a deputy attorney general from Sacramento, and Susanville defense attorney Eugene Chittock followed by a guilty plea in Lassen County Superior Court during a continued trial setting conference on Thursday,


American Legion Post 568 Sends GHS Student to Boys State

It’s been a long time since an Indian Valley student has been chosen to represent the region at the American Legion’s annual Boys’ State Conference. This year Greenville High School junior Harlan Savala will be going representing District 3, comprised of Plumas, Sierra, Modoc and Lassen counties.


Remember When for the week of 4/16/19

The Red River Lumber Company dairy barn burned to the ground at Mountain Meadows. A burning lantern, located in one of the barn’s rooms, ignited the contents of a gasoline tank and caused the blaze.


Ashland lab helps solve record-setting poaching case

A Southern Oregon forensics lab helped lay the groundwork for the prosecution of a California man in what the California Department of Fish and Wildlife described as the state’s biggest known raptor-poaching case.


Online residential burn permits are available now

The California Department of Forestry and Fire Protection Lassen-Modoc Unit has begun making residential burn permits available online for residents living within the state responsibility area of Lassen, Modoc and Plumas counties.


Parker gets five years suspended sentence, fined $75,215.03

Standish rancher Richard Parker, who faced 88 misdemeanor counts regarding alleged bird and animal poaching — in what could be the largest raptor poaching case in California history — changed his plea to guilty Thursday, April 11 and was sentenced to five years in the Lassen County Jail, but that se


Nationwide vaping epidemic hits home

Plumas officials fight illegal student use and addiction. Plumas County schools, health officials and concerned parents and citizens are working to get the word out that trendy nicotine vaporizing has nothing to do with puffing on harmless water vapor and everything to do with exposure to highly add


I, too, thought it smacked of the ‘Hornsby mailer’

Regarding last week’s letter to the editor by Mona Uruburu, “Republicans cheating again,” I wonder about her source and accuracy regarding Mark Baird and his relationship to Brian Dahle. I have known Mona and worked with her in the past and have admired her forthrightness, especially working togethe


No. 1 Bruins Bruise Pirates In A Pair of Wins

WESTWOOD, Calif. — You know the old story of how Ernie Banks looked around at a perfect day at Wrigley Field and said, “Let’s play two”? Well, it was one of those kind of days here in Westwood for No. 8 East Carolina and No. 1 UCLA. Actually, if that saying was in effect all the time the Bruins woul


LHS Alumni Association to induct three new honorary members

Attendees at the Lassen High School Alumni Association’s Spring Social held at 5 p.m. Wednesday, April 10 at the Lassen Senior Center can welcome the 2019 honorees — Ray Craig, Ann Craig and Jackie Tripp.


The taxman calleth on Tax Day

In 1966 The Beatles were raking in so much cash from seemingly everywhere on the planet they found themselves in a 95 percent tax bracket, leading George Harrison to pen “Taxman” with the famous opening line, “Let me tell you how it will be/There’s one for you 19 for me.”


Indian Valley Record Public Notices for the week of 4/10/19

Sierra Institute for Community and Environment is providing an opportunity for public comment on a Removal Action Workplan document for cleanup of contaminated soils at the former LP sawmill site at 15690 Highway 89, Crescent Mills, CA. This site hosted various sawmills over time, and has remained v