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Shelter staff dedicated to saving animals’ lives

Saturday, July 25, 2015 — Snoopy the dog had a disability, which in some cases, would have resulted in an instant decision to put him down.
    However, through the efforts of the Lassen County Animal Shelter and the Humane Society of Truckee-Tahoe, Snoopy is enjoying life with his forever family.
    According to Laurie Rondi, Lassen County Animal Shelter kennel tech/
transport coordinator, Snoopy first appeared on the Facebook page Susanville Needs when he was approximately 8 weeks old.
    Snoopy had no use of his back end and would drag and scoot himself to get places.

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State appeals court sends case back to Lassen County

Saturday, July 25, 2015 — A Herlong man convicted by a Lassen County Superior Court jury last August on misdemeanor charges of animal cruelty and abandoning five puppies will have another day in court.
    The Third Appellate District of the Court of Appeal for the State of California transferred the case to the appellate division of the Lassen County Superior Court on June 5.
     The appeals court did not cite a reason for sending the case back to Lassen County, but it did reference Government Code Section 68915 and two court cases.
    Taylor maintains his innocence and alleges law enforcement and the courts violated his constitutional rights. He also alleges his defense counsel was insufficient. He was sentenced to two years summary probation and 30 days in jail as a condition of probation in September 2014.

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Festivities attracts large crowd to event

Friday, July 24, 2015 — The 2015 Paul Bunyan Mountain and Blues Festival attracted a crowd Saturday, July 11, due to the multitude of activities it offers, according to Lana Beal, president of Westwood Area Chamber of Commerce. The festival features a logging show, children’s carnival area, blues bands and food and craft vendors.
    “The festival was as successful as last year in spite of the fact it was held July 11 instead of July Fourth weekend,” said Beal.
    She added the Friday night, July 10 street dance at the Lassen County Visitor Center-Westwood Station also drew a crowd although there was some rain. The Paul Bunyan Mountain and Blues Festival is launched with a free dance under the stars the night before the festivities.

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Account set up for family, reward for alleged hit-and-run accident

Friday, July 24, 2015 — A  GoFundMe account  has been set up for the family of Stephen L. Hobbs, a former Lassen County resident who died from injuries sustained in an alleged hit and run accident on Highway 395 on July 11.
    Hobbs, 51, leaves behind a wife and three children.
    Donations can be made by going to gofundme.com and searching for Stephen Hobbs.

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Two fires burning in area

Friday, July 24, 2015 — Currently, two area fires are burning in or around Lassen County.

According to Leah Sandberg, fire prevention specialist with Cal Fire, there is a 3-12 fire in Dixie Valley, 15 miles southwest of Bieber in Lassen County, which started at 5:30 p.m. yesterday, Thursday, July 23. It has burned 77 acres of grass and brush and is 40-percent contained at this time. Forward fire progress has been stopped and resources are on scene include five engines, four handcrews and two water tenders.

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