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Sheriff hosts open house

April 28, 2014 — Interested community members will have the opportunity to learn more about the operations of the Lassen County Sheriff’s Office during an open house scheduled from 4:30 to 7 p.m. Wednesday, May 7 at 1415 Sheriff Cady Lane.

Staff will be available to provide tours of the sheriff’s office and county jail and the public will be able to learn about patrol and jail operations, 911 dispatch, civil investigations, sex offender registrants, boat patrol, concealed weapons permits and coroner operations.

Tours begin at 4:30 p.m. and will end at 6:30.

Sheriff hosting prescription drug drop-off

Friday, April 26 — Do you have unused or expired medication in your cabinets and want to safely dispose of them?

The Lassen County Sheriff’s Office will be holding a collection day from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Saturday, April 26 in the lobby of the office at 1415 Sheriff Cady Lane.

 


 

Lassen County, Stone settle suit

Thursday, April 24, 2014 —Lassen County and its former County Administrative Officer Tom Stone have finally settled their differences.

Without admitting liability, the county agreed to a $350,000 settlement to be paid within 15 days. In exchange, Stone will dismiss with prejudice his wrongful termination/slander lawsuit against Lassen County, et al, and forever release all claims arising out of his employment with the county. Each side will bear its own attorney’s costs and expenses.

Inaugural ‘Walk-A-Mile’ event garners support

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Community members raise awareness at the inaugural Walk A Mile In Their Shoes event Saturday, April 12, organized by Lassen Family Services. Photo by Makenzie Davis

Tuesday, April 22, 2014 — Large numbers of Lassen County residents came to show their support for the inaugural Walk a Mile in Her Shoes event.

More than 300 community members laced up their shoes and rounded Riverside Park from the Lassen Family Services office on Riverside Drive in support of the event.

New Penny Pines plantation to be dedicated this Saturday

Tuesday, April 22, 2014 — In conjunction with Arbor Day, Lassen National Forest will be dedicating its newest Penny Pines plantation this weekend.   

The public is invited to the dedication of this new site, which will take place starting at noon Saturday, April 26 at the Hat Creek Rim Overlook, located off Highway 44, three miles east of the junction of highways 89/44 near Old Station.

The new plantation is in the footprint of the Sugarloaf Fire, which was started by lightning in August 2009. Trees have been planted at this new Penny Pines site thanks to contributions from generous donors, many of whom have had trees planted in memory of loved ones.


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