Oct. 4, 2011 — Many readers probably will remember my arrival at the Lassen County Times about 12 years ago.
Almost immediately I stumbled headlong into the murky controversy surrounding Paul Berry, a 22-year-old Lassen Community College student sentenced to five years in state prison for allegedly selling the equivalent of two joints to Cherokee Miranda, a Lassen County Narcotics Task Force operative who posed as a Lassen High School student.
Oct. 4, 2011 — I had such a fun time last Wednesday night at Arnold Field, at Lassen High School.
It was Powder Puff football night. The annual homecoming event where our lovely, young ladies of LHS throw aside genteel behavior and take to the gridiron for some rough and tumble flag football.
The boys switched places and tried to act like girl cheerleaders and drill team wearing past uniforms.
Sept. 27, 2011 — I just finished my first week as the newest staff writer and was getting ready to leave for the weekend.
Barb France asked me if I felt overworked and I didn’t even pause before blurting out, “Overworked? This job is not like work to me! It is so much fun.”
Many readers may already know me.
The Lassen County Chamber of Commerce’s Think Local First program provides many reasons for keeping our local dollars in play right here in our hometown — we save money while investing in our community, we support businesses that support our community, we maintain and create jobs, we keep the money we spend right here at home and we encourage business and attract businesses to Lassen County.
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