90-year-old pedestrian struck by car in Quincy
A Chevy Colorado, driven by Blatazar Viscarra, 83, of Greenville struck pedestrian Joann Turk of Quincy as she crossed Main Street just east of its intersection with Court Street in Quincy.
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Terms of convicted killer Loren Herzog's parole in Lassen County
It's official. Loren Herzog is a free man, according to top sources. The convicted murderer, one of two alleged serial killers known as the "Speed Freak Killers," did his time according to law and was paroled to Lassen County after several other counties including San Joaquin County, his last legal residence refused to allow him to parole there.
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Lassen Volcanic National Park Plans to Ignite Three Fall Prescribed Burns
Lassen Volcanic National Park staff plans to ignite three fall prescribed fires due to favorable moisture and weather forecasts, beginning with the Crescent Prescribed Burn as early as September 16th. “These projects are a high priority in order to protect the extremely valuable natural diversity
of the park’s forest communities.” said Superintendent Darlene Koontz.
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From rescued to rescuer: Book tells dog's tale
Pearl, a black Labrador retriever, was initially an unlikely candidate for hero.
Now, there is a published book about her, thanks to the creative vision of Allyn Lee and the Bay Area second-grade class where Lee volunteers, teaching about animals and nature.
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Maidu and Forest Service vie for same PG&E land
Indian Valley Editor
Maidu Summit leaders will attend a Pacific Forest and Watershed Lands Stewardship Council meeting in Oakland tomorrow, Sept. 16, to ask that two PG&E-owned parcels be removed from the current round of the donation process.
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Woman sues local CHP over arrest
Ruth Jackson of Quincy filed a lawsuit Friday, Aug. 27, against two current Quincy Area California Highway Patrol Officers and one officer who used to be stationed here.
The lawsuit names Officers Lacey Heitman, Jim Weaton and former Quincy Area Commander Paul Davis, recently promoted to captain and stationed in the Ukiah office, as defendants.
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