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Fire crews knock down barn fire

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Thursday, April 30 — UPDATED STORY: Multiple fire agencies were dispatched to a structure fire on Johnstonville Road that destroyed a barn and its contents Wednesday, April 29.

According to Eric Ewing, office of emergency services chief, items including cars, camper shells and other miscellaneous items in an adjacent lot were also lost.

The cause of the fire remains under investigation.

Some asphalt on the road was also scorched and a power line sustained damaged, which required Lassen Municipal Utility District to repair it.

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College students gain work experience

Monday, May 4, 2015 — Students with digital graphic design and other programs at Lassen Community College are gaining hands-on experience.

The work experience program at the local colleges offers students a chance to receive credit by working in a field related to the one they wish to pursue, or other positions to give them working experience.

According to Lori Collier, digital graphic design program coordinator, students in her program are able to apply lessons they learn in the classroom to jobs within the community.

“(It’s an) absolutely fabulous program for them because they learn real on-the-job experience of working with clients, other staff members and having a real supervisor and boss and meeting real deadlines,” said Collier.

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Farmers Market vendors sought

Monday, May 4, 2015 — The Lassen County Farmers’ Market, the only certified market in the county, is currently welcoming vendors to sell local produce, eggs, meats, cottage-produced goods and crafts. The market season will begin June 6 and occur from 8 a.m. to noon each Saturday through the last week in September. The Farmers’ Market is a fun and easy way to market and sell your products and services, advertise your business and interact with your local community. Spaces are still available for the season and on a weekly basis for those whose products are limited by the growing season.

Did you know it is easy to become a market vendor? Trust vendor packets can be viewed online at lassenlandandtrailstrust.org, or drop by for a visit at the Trust’s office in the Historic Susanville Railroad Depot.

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Susanville Soroptimists host fourth annual Margarita Fest

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Sherry Chappius serves a cucumber margarita to Elizabeth Mason during a past Margarita Fest. Charles Carmichael, center, is also pictured. This year’s event is scheduled for 6 p.m. Friday, May 8 at Jensen Hall.

Sunday, May 3, 2015 — Margarita Fest has become a popular May event for community members to get out and enjoy some delicious, refreshing drinks, dance and win some prizes.

The fourth annual event, presented by the Soroptimist International of Susanville will be held at 6 p.m.. Friday, May 8 at Jensen Hall.

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Ribbon cuttings held for new businesses

Sunday, May 2, 2015 — The Westwood Chamber of Commerce welcomed two new businesses to town with a ribbon cutting at each establishment Monday afternoon, April 20.

The Lone Wolf Laundromat owned by John Luyster opened March 21 and Old Town Mercantile, managed by Marty and Diane Growdon, opened March 28. Both are located in the Young’s Supermarket shopping complex on Birch Street. Several members of the board of directors from the Westwood Chamber attended the ceremony. They were Lana Beal, president, Jodie Gunn, Sheri Binswanger, Terry Johnson, Bill Schneckloth and Growdon.

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