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BLM Council members named

Thursday, June 18, 2015 — The Bureau of Land Management will welcome 15 Northern California residents to its new Northern California District Resource Advisory Council. U.S. Secretary of the Interior Sally Jewell recently announced the appointments.
    Those named to the council and their areas of interest are:
    Category one: Todd Swickard, of Susanville, livestock grazing permit holders; Russ Hawkins, of Bieber, timber industry; Skip Willmore, of Burney, forest products; Alan Abbs, of Red Bluff, rights of way; Roger Kirkpatrick, of Eureka, off-highway-vehicle recreation.

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Gas leak on Rob’s Way

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Crews from the city of Susanville’s Natural Gas Division and the Susanville Fire Department respond to a construction project on Rob’s Way, top photo, about 9 a.m. Wednesday, June 10 after a contractor severed a natural gas line. Two nearby businesses were evacuated for short time as city workers repaired the line.
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Campground host sought

Wednesday, June 17, 2015 — A volunteer campground host is needed for the remainder of the 2015 camping season at Gold Lake Campground, 10 miles south of Graeagle, California.
    The recreation season extends through the end of September for the Forest Service-managed campground.
    Host duties include sharing news and information about the facility, recreation opportunities and rules, working with visitors regarding rules compliance and performing light maintenance in the campground.

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Fire destroys historic barn, injures one

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Wednesday, June 17, 2015 — Crews are continuing to mop up a fire that destroyed a historic barn in the evening of Tuesday, June 16.

According to Eric Ewing, office of emergency services chief, the blaze started at approximately 9 p.m. in or directly next to the barn located on the old mill site owned by Sierra Pacific Industries.

The fire also burned 5-1/2 acres of vegetation and a civilian sustained an injury and was transported to Banner Lassen Medical Center.

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Advance tickets available for Blue Ox Bingo

Wednesday, June 17, 2015 — The Westwood Chamber of Commerce has tickets for Blue Ox Bingo available at the Lassen County Visitor Center, Westwood Station; the Westwood Museum and Old Mill Café.
    The tickets secure one square on a giant bingo grid with the winner selected by the droppings of a “blue ox,” actually a calf, during the Paul Bunyan Mountain and Blues Festival on Saturday, July 11.
    The game, a tradition at the festival, splits the amount of ticket sales with the winner. The calves used in the selection of a winner are obtained from Mini Moos.

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