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Week in Review for November 13th, 2011

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It was a busy week in Susanville as fall weather kicked in and we were treated to everything from coat drives to parades.

In case you didn’t spend the week incessantly clicking on SusanvilleStuff, here is what you might have missed…


Lassen Opens Playoffs Thursday vs. Gridley

Scott Blackwood Sports Following a regular season ending loss to Enterprise High School, Friday (11/04), the Lassen Grizzly football team awaited their playoff fate, and the opponent will be, the…


Gallery: LCC Soccer Prepares for Conference Championship

Lassen College Assistant Men’s Soccer Coach Jim Hodge sends us these great pictures from Lassen’s victory over Shasta College on Friday at Susanville Ranch Park. Lassen and Feather River will…


Be a Part of a Magical Uptown Christmas

The 6th annual Chamber of Commerce Magical Country Christmas Celebration is fast approaching. The event is planned for Saturday, December 3rd, 5:00 to 7:00p.m., in historic uptown Susanville. The celebration…


This Day in Susanville History – November 7th, 1965

Huge Party Planned for Coach of Hundreds November 7th, 1965 Invitations have gone out to more than 300 former athletes to gather at Susanville Saturday night to honor Med Arnold.…


Tum-A-Lum Lumber Shows Their SusanvilleStuff!

Thanks to Wade and the crew at Tum-A-Lum Lumber on Johnstonville Road for showing their SusanvilleStuff!…


This Day in Susanville History – November 8th, 1941

New Reservoir Is Under Way November 8th, 1941 Under the direction of state and federal government inspectors work is being rushed on a 100-acre foot reservoir on the premises of…


Chamber of Commerce Update for November 8th, 2011

Patti Hagata, Executive Director El Tepeyac Grille, Lassen Steaks, & River Inn will co-host the Thursday, November 10th, Chamber Mixer, from 5:30 to 7:30pm, at 1700 Main Street, Susanville. Join…


Juveniles Arrested for Residential Burglary

The Susanville Police Department reports that on October 30th, an officer from the department responded to a runaway juvenile report, located the runaway and then noticed that she had personal…


This Day in Susanville History – November 9th, 1941

Lassen Plans Peace Program November 9th, 1941 Armistice Day celebration will start in Susanville with a parade Tuesday at 11 a.m., forming at the Memorial Building. Sheriff Olin S. Johnson,…



Dr. Bateson’s Weather Corner: Moisture Totals

October was a dry month according to moisture totals tallied by Dr. Bateson, Susanville’s resident meteorological expert. Last year Bateson recorded 4.33 inches of precipitation in October, down to only…


“Why Not Us” St. Jacques and Grizzlies Prepare for Tonights Playoff Opener

Scott Blackwood Sports In an exclusive conversation with Lassen High School head football coach Tom St. Jacques, SusanvilleStuff.com learned the motto of the Grizzlies head coach heading into Thursdays playoff…


This Day in Susanville History – November 10th, 1939

Lassen Area Work Speeded November 10th, 1939 Development work in the Diamond Mountain District near Susanville received impetus recently when returns from the first carload of ore shipped to the…


Coloring Susanville: The Old Arnold Mill

Learn about Susanville’s history while coloring in images of the past. The Arnold Mill at the foot of Mill Street was originally built by Abel & Barley in 1873. It…


Lassen Rolls into the Semi-Finals

Scott Blackwood Sports The defending NSCIF Div. II section champion, Lassen Grizzly football team used the running of Cameron Medico and his mates to dismantle the visiting Gridley Bulldogs in NSCIF…


Why a Poppy?

Why a Poppy? Among all the flowers that evoke the memories and emotions of war is the red and orange poppy, which became associated with war after the publication of…


And Some Gave All…

Friday is Veterans Day, a day set aside as both a state and federal holiday to honor those who have served or are serving in the American military. The holiday was…


This Day in Susanville History – November 11th, 1943

‘Grandma Conklin’ America’s WAC November 11th, 1943 Nobody has picked a “typical WAC,” and it might be a tough job, judging from some of those we’ve met. There’s “Grandma Conklin”…


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