What's the big hurry? Why a this-can't-wait special city council meeting at noon on Thursday, just 36 hours after the council first considered this offer from the McConnell Foundation in closed session? That's hardly enough time for the public to...
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June 19th, 2013
What's the hurry? Why a this-can't-wait special city council meeting at noon on Thursday, just 36 hours after the council first considered this offer from the McConnell Foundation in closed session? That's hardly enough time for the public to digest...
Authorities say they found a felon in possession of meth and guns after they searched his Anderson home today.
Even though the law might not hold public officials accountable for no longer posting agendas or providing adequate descriptions of items on them, angry voters would hold them accountable, and political exposure has always been a far more powerful motivator...
Dan Logue gets around. The assemblyman from the 3rd District, which includes a swath of the Sacramento Valley from Tehama County south, last flirted with with running for office in our 1st Assembly District (this as part of the redistricting...
This is an assortment of photos that don't have much to do with each other except I thought they were interesting. Call it Amsterdam style. We were sitting at The Barking Fish when these two ultra-thin and ultra-hipsters showed up. "Models," I sneered to Gary.
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Democratic Women's Club hosts Heidi Hall
Drumming represents the heartbeat of life, the rhythm of nature. Attune to self, nature and Spirit at The Sacred Drumming Circle! Create connection and wellness through drumming!
Posted on Doni Greenberg at 9:09 am
Today I talk with Joe Furnari, best known for his hand-made sausage from Furnari Sausage Co., but we learn about some of his other interests and talents, too. (Special thanks to Sophia Miller, anewscafe.com's first photo intern, for the incredible photographs. Great work, Sophia!) Q: Joe, thank you so much for po
Posted on Record Searchlight News at 8:35 am
Four beehive boxes that fell off the back of a truck were quickly removed from the road this morning.
Posted on Redding Homes Blog at 8:19 am
We haven’t shown this chart in a while. It’s quite striking. Look at the price increases. There’s lots of good data visualized here. Absorption Rate can be thought of as Inventory on Hand, sort of. It’
Posted on FDotD at 7:58 am
Here’s good location for privacy at the end of Holiday Road in Bella Vista. This area is characterized by a bunch of 5 acre parcels scattered in the hills. Not too far out of town, but very rural. Representing the seller is broker Randy Byrd of Platinum Properties. Although he tells us it’s a REO
The valley will get another day in the 70s under mostly sunny skies, according to the National Weather Service. It's predicting that temperatures will rise to 79 before dropping to around 58 today. Thursday's high will hover around 85.
WASHINGTON (AP) — Sweeping immigration legislation moving toward a vote in the Senate would boost the economy and reduce federal deficits, the Congressional Budget Office said Tuesday, at the same time it would bestow legal status on an estimated 8 million immigrants living in the United States unlawfully.
Posted on Record Searchlight News at 12:23 am
The Redding City Council has scheduled a special meeting for noon Thursday to discuss the McConnell Foundation’s proposal to buy city land leased by Turtle Bay Exploration Park.
Posted on Record Searchlight News at 11:11 pm
Redding youth swimmer Winn Aung, 10, breaks his own national record for age group.
A brief look at news from around the north state.
June 17th, 2013
A streak of storms are rolling through northeastern Tehama County and southern Shasta County this evening, sparking lightning and rain.
In 1913: Incorporate the Humboldt, Siskiyou and Klamath Falls railroad company and do it at once, said attendees at a railroad convention. On a motion, a committee of nine was appointed to make the preliminary arrangements.
In a remarkable turnabout for tough-on-crime Shasta County, the Sheriff's Office is looking to have some inmates serve their jail sentences taking college vocational courses.
When Barack Obama squanders his own credibility with his glib lies, he is not just injuring himself during his time in office. He is inflicting a lasting wound on the country as a whole.
The newly remodeled Fantasy Fountain is simply too slippery to be safe for children.
A stolen 4-H project turned the Shasta district Fair into a disappointment -- and the fair is at fault as well as the thief.
The Shasta Land Trust will hold a luau fundraiser, and in anticipation shares Hawaiian-inspired recipes.
A brief look at business news from around the north state.
Arrest numbers are up for offenders returned to Shasta County through Assembly Bill 109, but county officials say the increase is the result of a law enforcement crackdown, not a surge in new crimes.
Community businesses go above and beyond in supporting the family of Luke Sheehy, the firefighter who recently died in Modoc County.
Authorities say the 27-year-old man suspected of stabbing his father Monday afternoon during an argument, severed his own hands with a radial-arm type saw inside the shop after the attack.
The man who was hit and killed by a pickup Saturday planned to bike across the country to raise money for a nonprofit that helps starved people in Africa get food and water through bike-pumped irrigation systems.
Redding's recreation department offers a variety of sports camps and other activities for kids this summer.
Chuck Aukland, the Redding public works engineer who oversees the Redding Area Bus Authority, was kind enough to catch me up on the parts of the meeting I missed yesterday and clear up my confusion. Turns out RABA's policy does...
Posted on Marc Beauchamp's blog at 5:10 pm
The topic of climate change makes some folks hot under the collar, witness some of the heated back-and-forth commentary on Doug Craig's blog at Redding.com. Today the Redding psychologist and blogger took to the local airwaves to share his passion...
Posted on Record Searchlight News at 5:00 pm
The California Highway Patrol reported officers arrested a 22 year-old Lewiston man today after a high-speed chase spanning nearly 50 miles from Cottonwood to Orland.
Local fine furniture maker Thomas Starbuck Stockton Of Montgomery Creek won a pair of awards at the 31st annual "Design in Wood" show at the Del Mar fairgrounds in San Diego County. Design in Wood is an international exhibition of fine woodworking co-sponsored by the San Diego Fine Woodworking Association and the San Diego
Posted on Record Searchlight News at 1:55 pm
The California Highway Patrol has identified the bicyclist hit and killed over the weekend on Highway 89 near McCloud as William Arnold West, 49, of Palo Cedro.
Posted on Doni Greenberg at 1:30 pm
SYNOPSIS: On Monday, 06/17/13 at 1538 hours, a stabbing was reported at Scheer Drive in Redding. Shasta County Sheriff’s Deputies responded and upon arrival found two subjects with visible injuries. The victim, Gregory Dunn, was lying in the driveway and appeared to have been stabbed multiple times. The suspect,
Reports are compiled by Western Outdoor News. Call 800-290-2929. BEST BITES EUREKA — Sizzling salmon fishing continued all week, even though seas were rough. Most anglers could take it for the few hours required to limit out. There was very little rockfishing done because the good spots were blown out. Jetty fishing was t
Posted on Doni Greenberg at 10:20 am
Parenting is my favorite job. But the road to having another baby has been curvy. My husband and I have hemmed and hawed, planned and reneged our plans. We thought we were through with kids.
Posted on Record Searchlight News at 9:36 am
Authorities say the 27-year-old man who is suspected of stabbing his father Monday afternoon during an argument, severed his own hands with a raidal-arm type saw inside the shop after the attack.
Posted on Doni Greenberg at 9:01 am
ANDERSON: The Anderson (California) City Council will have its first Hindu opening prayer today, June 18, containing verses from world’s oldest existing scripture. Hindu statesman Rajan Zed will deliver the invocation from ancient Sanskrit scriptures before the City Council. After Sanskrit delivery, he then will read the
Red Bluff police say they’ve arrested a 36-year-old man who struck another man in the head with a metal pipe Monday night.
Anderson police this morning are identifying the three men and a woman detained Monday following a high-speed chase that ended in Redding.
Well, it’s a commercial actually. A commercial for Zillow. And possibly only viral among we agents. Still, worth your view here. Interesting to think about how home shopping has changed in the tablet and smartphone era. A lot of agents we know dislike Zillow greatly. We like Zillow. More imp
Posted on FDotD at 8:25 am
Here’s a 2006 built 1660 sqft 3/2 with a 3 car garage in lovely Lake California. We love this gated community. This is from the Lake California community website: “Lake California is a gated private community located in North
The westbound lanes of Eureka Way at South Market Street in downtown Redding were blocked this morning because of a single-vehicle crash.
The Redding City Council at tonight's meeting will get a consultant's report recommending most impact fees for new development be raised, while another be lowered.
Look for cooler weather today, the National Weather Service says.
Posted on Doni Greenberg at 4:07 am
MINERAL – The Lassen Peak Trail will open for visitors wanting to hike to the summit of Lassen Peak on June 21, 22 and 23 during daylight hours. Evening closures from 9:00 p.m. to 6:00 a.m. have been set due to safety concerns. “An assessment of the trail revealed a few lingering snow fields which [...]
A second fire, possibly started by arsons, has broken out in the North Market Street area.
Posted on Record Searchlight News at 11:03 pm
The Redding Colt 45s finished up a weekend series against Top Speed Baseball on Sunday.
A brief look at news from around the north state.