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Biznews for April 21, 2015

HE'S BACK IN BUSINESS

Michael Nye, of Michael Nye Electric, is back on the job. After a major accident just over three years ago, he is back doing electrical work. If you want to change out some old lights, or have any electric work you need done, give him a call. You can reach him at 260-1284 to schedule your appointment.

CABINETS CLEANED-UP AND MORE

Are your kitchen, bathroom or laundry room cabinets worn out? Do they need to be restored? Kevin and Kitty Smith, local owner of Sears in Susanville, have just added another business to their store. Kitchen Tune-Up is nationally known, and now available here in Lassen (and Plumas) County. Kevin informs us you can restore your old cabinets — maybe they are squeaking, or don't roll open as well as they used to? Or maybe you want them refaced? Give your local Sears store a call to schedule your appointment at 257-5171.

Read more: Biznews for April 21, 2015

Biznews for April 14, 2015

MARTIN’S CUSTOMER APPRECIATION

The arrival of spring means Martin’s Produce and Greenhouse is having their eighth annual Open House and Customer Appreciation Day. This Saturday, April 18, come by and browse their large selection of vegetable and flowering plants, combo planters and don’t forget their hanging baskets and lawn furniture. There will be complimentary refreshments, including delicious homemade donuts.

Martin’s is open from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday through Saturday. They are located at 721-425 Cappezoli Lane, Standish.

For more information, call 254-6503 and see their ad in this week’s paper.

Read more: Biznews for April 14, 2015

Biznews for April 7, 2015

GARDENING CLASSES

Melissa McCoy, owner of Every Bloomin' Thing, has started her gardening classes. This from 1 to 2 p.m. Saturday, April 11 you can create an amazing indoor garden in a terrarium. There is a fee for this class; it's being taught by Karen Flaherty.

Then from 10 a.m. noon Saturday, April 18, Melissa is teaching a Square Foot Vegetable Gardening class. It's for beginners or advanced. There is no fee for this class. For more information, see their ad in today's paper, or give them a call to sign up at 251-2330.

Read more: Biznews for April 7, 2015

Biznews for March 31, 2015

GOLF COURSE NOW OPEN

Diamond Mountain Golf Course is now open for the 2015 season. Golf manager Adam Almand is back this year running the golf course. He tells us the restaurant, Diamond Mountain Bar & Grill will be open beginning Saturday, April 4. Once again this year Doran and Tammi Wheeler will be serving up delicious breakfast and lunch, and their prime rib dinners later in the season. For tee times, give them a call at 257-2520.

Read more: Biznews for March 31, 2015

Biznews for March 24, 2015

SPRING YARD SALE

May 15 and 16 the Humane Society will be having their annual Spring Yard Sale at the Lassen County Fairgrounds. They are currently accepting donations from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays at the Industrial Building at the fairgrounds. With spring just around the corner, this is a great time to clear out your closets and garage and support a worthy cause. Proceeds benefit the Pups on Parole and the Low-Income Spay-Neuter Reimbursement programs. For more information, call 257-4555.

Read more: Biznews for March 24, 2015

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