Rails to Trails Festival draws a large crowd
Lassen Land and Trails Trust's annual Rails to Trails Festival drew a large crowd to the Historic Railroad Depot on Richmond Road, Saturday, Oct. 6. The event featured a chili cook-off and salsa tasting, hand car races, live music and craft and food vendors. The event celebrates the rails to trails conversion of the Bizz Johnson Trail.For more pictures of the event, check out the Lassen news Facebook page. Photos by Ruth Ellis
The Lassen County CattleWomen stir up a big batch of chili for the chili cook-off at the Lassen Land and Trails Trust's Rails to Trails Festival.
The handcar team Babes and Boys races down the track and places second with a time of 45.69 seconds. Procrastination, a group of local firefighters, came in first at 45.69 seconds. Toby Lau and Leonard Lpsiolos, of Australia, both in the back and Suzanne O'Young, front right, of Sacramento said they travel to Susanville to participate in the handcar races. Kitara Fuller, front left, also made uppart of the team
Lady Jacks take section title
The Westwood High School Lady Jacks softball team not only had an undefeated season, but is now celebrating winning the Northern Section Division VI championship. The Lady Jacks took on Maxwell High School Saturday, May 18 and won, 2-1, earning themselves the section title. The team ended...Read More...
Susanville Area Bicycle Association gets active on the Bizz Johnson Trail
May 23 — The Susanville Area Bicycle Association is inviting bikers, hikers, runners and walkers of all ages and skill levels to the Bizz Johnson Trail at 6 p.m. Tuesday evenings. The weekly event is part of an outdoor series the association will be putting on through October. The event will begin...Read More...
Lassen College basketball player receives scholarship
Justin McBride takes a shot for the Lassen Community College Cougars. McBride was on the 2013 Golden Valley Conference men’s basketball championship team and recently accepted a scholarship to attend and play basketball for Grace University in Omaha, Neb. Photo submitted May...Read More...