Molester will serve a year in jail
Lassen County Superior Court Judge Donald Sokol sentenced William Lowell Harris, 54, the former police chief at Sierra Army Depot in Herlong, on Thursday, Oct. 16. Sokol also ordered Harris serve five years formal probation and register as a sex offender.
Harris pleaded guilty to a felony child molestation charge on June 9. In exchange for Harris’s guilty plea, Burns stipulated Harris would serve no more than the mid-term sentence for the crime — six years in state prison.
Lassen County Sheriff’s deputies arrested Harris on April 9, and he resigned from his position at SIAD in May.
Lassen High wrestling hosts Purple and Gold Scrimmage
The Lassen High School wrestling team held its annual Purple and Gold Scrimmage on Wednesday, Dec. 4 in the Lassen High gym. The wrestling team broke up into two teams, purple and gold, and faced off in a night of wrestling that gave fans a taste of what they can expect in the coming season. Lassen...Read More...
Cougars face tough teams to prepare for a victorious season
TJ McCauley attempts to keep the ball away from a Fresno City College player during the championship basketball game of the El Camino Tournament on Sunday, Nov. 24. The Lassen Community College Cougars have been competing in pre-season tournaments and have earned several wins. Photo by Scott Nordstrom Dec....Read More...
Susanville native to play in college bowl with Boise State
Darren Lee, a Lassen High School graduate and former Lassen High football player, now plays football for Boise State and will be going with the team to a college bowl game in late December. Photo by Boise State Media Relations Dec. 6 — A Susanville native is making strides in his football career...Read More...