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   These are a few of the stories you will find in this week's printed newspaper:

  • State aid sought for watermaster investigation
  • Utility discusses future rate increases
  • Lassen Community College honors Disability Awareness Month
  • Supervisors table Herlong property sale
  • Local resident wins Mini Miss California pageant

The Lassen County Commission approves audits

Thursday, March 26, 2015 — Transportation Commission approved the audits for the 2013/2014 fiscal year.

The Lassen County Transportation Commission received an unmodified audit and the Lassen Transit Service Agency received an unqualified audit on its financial statements.

An unmodified and unqualified audit means the financial statements provide a fair view into the organization.

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Youth Orchestra celebrates ‘A Symphony for All Ages’

Youth Orchestra members posed for this official portrait after their March 17 performance.

Thursday, March 26, 2015 — Nearly 40 musicians of all ages and their musical mentors performed “A Symphony for All Ages,” at 7 p.m. Tuesday, March 17 at the Susanville Assembly of God Church.

Conductor Carol Fontana offered her special thanks “to our youth orchestra members who are such a big part of our program, and to the parents, families and friends of these musicians. Your support of the Academy of Music and the Youth Orchestra makes all this possible.”

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Local’s documentary screens at Sierra Theatre

Wednesday, March 25, 2015 — With the aid of a camera lens, filmmaker Molly Barber exposed the plight of young girls and women exploited sexually in Managua, Nicaragua and efforts to rescue them. Her work is documented in a film titled, “The Witness” and will be shown at 10 a.m. Saturday, March 28, at the Sierra Theatre on Main Street in Susanville.

The documentary tracks her experience during a three-month period working with Breaking Chains, a nonprofit organization based in Latin America that has a mission “to fight for the freedom of women and innocent children who have been caught in the chains of prostitution, sex trafficking and sexual abuse.”

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LLTT acquires Bizz extension property

The newly acquired 7.1-acre parcel of land by the historic Susanville railroad depot will help connect the Bizz Johnson Trail to the Susan River Greenway.

Wednesday, March 25, 2015 — The newly acquired property between the Historic Susanville Railroad Depot and Alexander Avenue is pushing forward the extension of the Bizz Johnson National Recreation Trail.

The Bizz extension property will help extended the Bizz Johnson Trail to the planned Skyline Bike Trail.

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Roop’s Fort roof project moves forward

This plaque, erected by the Susanville Parlor No. 243 of the Native Daughters of the Golden West, recognizes Roop’s Fort, built in 1854.

Tuesday, March 24, 2015 — All it took to get the Roop’s Fort roofing project back on track was finding an engineer to sign off on the plans.

The impasse between Jared Hancock, city administrator, and the Lassen County Historical Society finally broke when Tony Jonas, the society’s president, told the Susanville City Council NST Engineering would be willing to sign the plans for a ramada-style roof at the oldest and perhaps most historic building in Lassen County.

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