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Susanville Soroptimists’ fourth annual Margarita Fest

Amber Brewer takes a sample of a raspberry margarita.


Connie Boomer, left, Greg Boomer, Ryan Arredondo and Jolene Arredondo enjoy nachos during Margarita Fest. More photos in the Tuesday, May 19, 2015 edition of the Lassen County Times.
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Vehicle accident slows traffic on Main Street

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Friday, May 22 — A truck with a camper lays on its side on Main Street Susanville after a vehicle accident Friday, May 22. Traffic is moving slow in the area while crews clean-up the scene near Fair Drive.  Photo by Ruth Ellis 


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Teen Court celebrates competition winners

Friday, May 22, 2015 — On May 7, more than 30 Teen Court commissioners assembled at Lassen County Superior Court to compete in the inaugural Teen Court Competition.
    This year’s mock case involved a juvenile who had pleaded guilty to misdemeanor manslaughter; two teams competed against one another to present the most effective case possible.
    The Honorable Michele Verderosa presided over the hearing, while the teams were evaluated by a distinguished panel consisting of: Lassen County District Attorney Stacey Montgomery; Lassen County Public Defender Rhea Giannotti and Special Prosecutor Dan Howe.

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Native plants walk announced

Friday, May 22, 2015 — You’re invited to join an informative walk in the broad Pine Creek Valley, south of Crater Mountain.
    The walk is planned from 9:30 a.m. to 2 p.m. Saturday, May 30. Participants will meet at Bogard Rest Area, along Highway 44 midway between Susanville and Old Station. From there, the group will caravan into Pine Creek Valley. All ages are welcome; however, the walk will be limited to the first 25 people who sign up. Dogs are not permitted.
    Dr. Robbin Thorp, bumblebee expert and U.C. Davis Department of Entomology professor emeritus, and Forest Service botanist Don Lepley will be the guides.

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Lassen High School to pay off adminstration building

Friday, May 22, 2015 — The facility that houses Lassen Union High School District’s administration office/board room will be paid off by June 30, a move which will help reduce the projected deficit spending.
    Superintendent Bill McCabe said, “Both (Chief Business Officer Ginger Fitzgerald) and I believe that it would be in our best interest to retire this note, save $31,013 in expenditures and reduce deficit spending for the upcoming year.”
    The projected deficit spending is $200,000.
    The payment of $260,000 will be made from the district’s general fund.

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