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March 20th, 2011

There was a huge storm that blew through last night with winds to 70 mph/112 kph and buckets of rain. I was at Gary's last night and when I started to drive home, discovered an enormous pine tree had fallen across the road, taking power lines with it. I had to go home a different way.Today the electricity has be
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A 48-year-old Weed man who was arrested Thursday night after allegedly threatening his neighbors with a shotgun smuggled some pot with him to Siskiyou County Jail, deputies said.
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Homes on the riv
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I am sitting here watching the cold and very wet snow fall. It isn't real snow. Just pretend. It acts like it will turn into something, but is just a cold wet mess. I am quite dejected as Honey Bandit...
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High wind gusts this morning have taken out trees and power lines all over the Redding area.
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The National Weather Service has issued flood and wind advisories for much of the north state today. The flood advisory is in effect until shortly after 12 p.m., while the wind warning will remain until 11 a.m. Today in Redding, winds will gust up to 24 mph, and the high temperature should be about 48 degrees with a 100 pe
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40 Days For Life......Ash Wednesday thru Easter
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Pit River from its north side looking west toward its bridge and to the trains on the Sacramento Valley and Eastern Railroad, which went from the junction with the Southern Pacific Railroad to Copper City. The Model T Ford is dated about 1920. If you look hard, you may see the dog that’s running beside [...]
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As time goes by it is easy to forget just how hard the school districts, fire districts, water districts, and other special districts were damaged when Redding's redevelopment plan was first pushed through. Not just in this area, but everywhere where rural services are provided.
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Since Gov. Jerry Brown took office in January, his mantra and that of his supporters had been that this is a democracy and the people deserve a right to vote — in particular, on his proposals to extend 2009's temporary increases in the sales, income and car-registration taxes for another five years.
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When will handouts from taxpayer end?
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In California, it's time for the kids to go to bed and the grown-ups to have a business meeting.
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The recent elimination of collective bargaining rights for most Wisconsin public employees seems far removed from Redding. Yet the resentment found in Wisconsin toward public unions also exists here and in many parts of our country. This attitude may accelerate the demise of the American dream for many.
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Highway 299 at Buckhorn Summit was shut down to traffic in both directions due to snow Saturday night.
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IGO — Despite the cold, wind and intermittent icy rain, about 350 people attended the dedication Saturday of the new chapel at the Northern California Veterans Cemetery in Igo.
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More Americans are getting into the habit of using reusable bags for groceries, sundries and a host of other things.
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Fish and game officials are preparing to lift a moratorium on suction dredging in the state's rivers and creeks.
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Heavy rain this weekend coupled with increased flows on the Sacramento River could mean flooding for some parts of Redding.
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A Happy Valley woman says someone fatally poisoned her 7-year-old English black Labrador, and now two more neighborhood dogs have died the same way.
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A broken water main on North Market Street in Redding flooded half an apartment complex, displacing 10 people Saturday morning.
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American Christian Academy's Stephanie Rasmussen earned two first-place overall finishes Saturday while teammate Autumn May placed third in races held on a wet and windy day at a large meet in the Bay Area.
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INAUGURAL CITY SLAM A HIT
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There's nothing like tax prep time to bring my finances into focus. Albert Einstein, upon filling out his tax forms, was quoted as saying, "This is too difficult for a mathematician; it takes a philosopher." I find it to be a great time to wax a little philosophic about the past year and reflect upon ways to mak
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Dear Babe:I recently acquired some old football programs from my mother. They include programs for Mission High School in San Francisco for games played at Kezar Stadium in 1935 and '36 along with ones for Santa Clara University from 1938 through 1942. In addition there are ones for the East-West Shrine Game from Jan. 2
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Q: Monty, You often get posters who complain about speed traps in and around Redding. Frankly I have never seen one and do not believe they exist here, but that is not to say some municipalities do not abuse the law to gain revenue. If you're willing, this article seems like an excellent chance to voice your opinion.
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It wasn't exactly a Christmas bonus.
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Q: Is it legal to take a starfish off the rocks in the ocean? If it is, do you need a license?
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Sometimes it can be difficult to decide between the warmth of a down jacket or the breathability and mobility of a fleece midlayer. Now it looks like we don't have to.
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A couple's plans to turn their northeast Redding home into an inn stirred up neighbors.
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On April 17 Patrick Cottini will ski, bicycle, race and row over a nearly 30-mile course, from the Mt. Shasta Ski Park to Lake Siskiyou, in the very first "Slide, Ride, Run And Glide" race being staged to benefit Remi Vista, a Redding-based nonprofit.
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More than 300 athletes from five north state counties are competing this weekend in the Northern California Regional Basketball Tournament for the Special Olympics.
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One of the finest trout rivers in California and Nevada is the Truckee River. Access is almost unlimited as it runs along a highway most of the time.
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The quest for efficient, cheap and available energy has been a part of civilization since the capture of fire. We tend to view solar and wind energy as "modern" renewable alternatives, but solar energy was used by the ancient Egyptians to dry bricks in the desert.
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In 1911:Southern Pacific employees were at Clear Creek where they were removing the old county bridge from its dangerous lodging against the railway trestle, where it has been since the last storm. The all-wood structure, weighing hundreds of tons, was a serious menace to the trestle.
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From the Chronicle's story on the state budget: Both the Assembly and Senate had contentious debates over a major element of the budget plan - the proposal to move thousands of state prisoners to local jails, which Republicans warned would...
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Keswick Dam operators plan to boost Sacramento River flows at 3 p.m. today.
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Dudes and Dudettes — I am booked! I’ve got Soft Boy doll orders to take me, easily, through May! I am totally stoked. Thank you, dear Etsians. You are rocking my dreamy world. After finishing four portrait dolls of the loveliest little girls I will be creating large (about 36″) versions of Prince and Elvis
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It can be hard in the flood of news reports and tweets about the Legislature's passing a budget to get a hard list of just what the end result is. The Chronicle, happily, cures that shortfall with this list of...
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“Wait, what? You mean this isn’t a foreclosure?” Well, no. Not only isn&#
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"Where the wicked ceased from troubling and the weary were at rest." Was once located at the junction of Oak Run Road and Reid's Toll Road beside Cedar Creek at Round Mountain. The first hotel was built and operated...
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Chain restrictions for Interstate 5 north of Redding were lifted this afternoon.
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A broken water main on North Market Street flooded half an apartment complex, displacing 10 people this morning.
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The National Weather Service has issued a flood watch for the northern Sacramento Valley this afternoon through Sunday afternoon.
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The following is from Father's Website: On Ash Wednesday I learned that a former employee sent a three-page letter to several bishops accusing me of everything from drug addiction to m
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Ralph Waldo Emerson wrote in his mid-1840s poem "Hamatreya" the famous line: the "earth laughs in flowers." It's difficult not to agree and easy to know just what he meant - whether you are a gardener or not. Even as spring rains pepper us with damp and cool, on the eve of the vernal equinox on March 20th, the Northern Cal
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When one sports season ended badly for my son, I loaded up my verbal arsenal and sat down to write a toxic e-mail to his coach. I reworked it to sound just right — brutally to-the-point with a touch of self-control. But it never got further than my draft folder.
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While cell phones have definitely made calling within the United States easier for travelers who have U.S. cell phone accounts, calling from outside the country can be more complicated. Here are a few things to know before you depart and dial.
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Last weekend I went on an annual parish retreat that a Catholic friend introduced me to years ago. As a non-Catholic, initially I'd felt hesitant about going. However, when I was welcomed as warmly as any of the parishioners, I felt at home and had returned for subsequent retreats. Although it had been five years since
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Browsing through the archives at the Shasta Historical Society can stimulate questions from the past. What makes those archives even more useful is the fact that they can provide a multitude of answers.
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Bummer about the gas prices right? I drive a Honda Pilot and Travis drives a Honda Civic. I drive an average of thirty five miles a day and Travis just a couple. We did the math and realized that we could save $100-$120 a month in gas if we traded cars. Neither of us were happy about the switch, we both love our cars. But f
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Dear Straight Talk,
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Abandon ship
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The cold and gloomy weather forecast for this morning would be a bust for most building dedications. For the new chapel at the Northern California Veterans Cemetery, though, the wintry rain is an appropriate backdrop.
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"E-mail's a very persistent form of communication." So observed a state securities regulator I once worked for. He and his colleagues had subpoenaed internal e-mails at Merrill Lynch and other big Wall Street houses. The firms were accused of "pumping and dumping" tech stocks on a gullible public during
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The U-Prep High School boys baseball team knocked off Chester 4-3 in the 26th annual Liberty Christian Classic at Big League Dreams on Friday.
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It may be spring, but that doesn't mean there can't be any talk about football.
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Today marks my 10th anniversary here at the Record Searchlight.
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A month after seeing that the food pantry at the Shasta Family Justice Center was nearly bare, a group of Shasta County law enforcement spouses filled it.
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Q: Monty, I'm sure you're familiar with 4 Corners, the intersection of Highways 89 and 299 just east of Burney. There are horrible-sounding rumble strips on all four approaches. I constantly follow people who veer over to the right and straddle or avoid the rumble strips, as if they were going to pull over and turn
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A Redding woman who pleaded no contest in January to embezzlement and check forgery was ordered Friday to serve six months in jail and five years formal probation for stealing about $28,000 from her former employer.
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In 1911: James Wright planned an extension of his quarters to make way for a large concrete auto-repair garage in Redding. It would be a first-class garage with an ample number of stalls and conveniences for housing, washing and repairing any number of automobiles. The automobile was here to stay and Redding was taking more
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A late winter storm bombarded the north state Friday with torrential rain, hail, buffeting winds and heavy mountain snow.
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For Alexander Luna, delivering a bottle of water to somebody involves two toy cars taped together racing down one convoluted racing track before dropping onto, and rushing down, another track.
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A driver who killed his dog when he crashed his pickup into a power pole on Lake Boulevard in Redding late Thursday night had prescription medications in his system, police said.
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Three people were briefly detained Friday morning after a host of Shasta County sheriff's deputies raced to Shingletown out of concerns someone had started shooting during a dispute inside a home.
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The Cascade Theatre in downtown Redding was packed Friday night even before Richard Simmons took the stage.
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Lori's Antiques and Consignment will become Faithful Feline Friends, a not-for-profit roving pet clinic for spay and neuter services during the next two months.
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The Trinity County Sheriff's Office denied allegations on Friday that a deputy had asked a couple to go to a Kettenpom home where a double murder had just occurred, leading to two new victims being stabbed.
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A 30-year-old Igo felon was arrested Thursday night near Win-River Casino after allegedly leading deputies on a foot and car chase.
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Q: Jan. 30 to April 4 marks the Season for Peace and Nonviolence campaign. What one piece of advice do you have for individuals to help them create a more peaceful world?
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"There are lots of ideas. But they all must start with ending policies that have California waging war against its own economy." So Joel Kotkin tells the WSJ's John Fund....
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This Miller-McCune article on Australia's efforts to reduce driving mentions the recent opening in Queensland of a $63 million footbridge over the Brisbane River. That's be the Kurilpa Bridge, which is indeed pretty fancy: The bridge, which has been described...
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Nothing to fear, but the radiation from Japan is detectable in Sacramento, reports California Watch. Federal officials said today that a Sacramento radiation detector found a miniscule amount of a radioactive isotope that is consistent with material released from a...
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The recent elimination of collective bargaining rights for most Wisconsin public employees seems far removed from Redding. Yet the resentment found in Wisconsin toward public unions also exists here and in many parts of our country. This attitude may accelerate the demise of the American dream for many.
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John Whittenberger, Redding
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'Easy as removing urine from a pool'
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In California, it's time for the kids to go to bed and the grown-ups to have a business meeting.
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Storm cells rumbling over Redding this afternoon are contributing to car wrecks and causing power outages.
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Variety is the headliner at Shasta Raceway Park in Anderson this season, as the fairgrounds facility has scheduled everything from late model stock cars to open-wheel super modifieds to motorcycles. There’s even a weekend for monster trucks. The season kicks off this Sunday, March 20 – rain or shine – with a 200-lap e
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The Trinity County Sheriff’s Office Friday refuted allegations that a deputy had asked a couple to go to a Kettenpom home where a double murder had just occurred, leading to two new victims being stabbed.
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Curtis Byron guessed the building correctly at 9:22 a.m. as the Buzzard Roost Hotel at Round Mountain. Congratulations Curtis! He has won himself a $10 gift certificate and a winner's certificate from River City Java, home of Redding's yummiest coffee...
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A squall that brought hail to the Knighton Road area has moved into central Redding.
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The California Highway Patrol late Thursday provided more details on a major-injury wreck about 9 miles north of Redding on Interstate 5.
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Remember the bill co-sponsored by Rep. Wally Herger that would have removed the gray wolf from the protection of the Endangered Species Act? Well, it's a long way from passing, but apparently the message from Congress is getting through. From...
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Motorists must chain up over some of the north state's major mountain passes early this afternoon, but restrictions on northbound Interstate 5 have been lifted.
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Upcoming plant-theme events in the north state include gardening classes, wildflower walks and a floral-design luncheon.
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Shasta College/UC Master Gardeners offer advice on saturated soil and bare-root trees.
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Ask Anna columnist Anna Moseley offers tips on getting rid of grime on faucets.
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A July 12 trial date has been scheduled for the former manager of the Mountain Gate Community Services District who is charged with 10 criminal counts accusing him of voter fraud, perjury and fraudulent voter registration.
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Discarded items don't have to be junked. There are lots of ways to put them to use in home landscapes. Using recycled materials in yards can save resources and money, as well as add character.
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A second criminal case against a perennial Redding political candidate was dismissed today in Shasta County Superior Court.
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A Redding woman who pleaded no contest in January to embezzlement and check forgery was ordered today to serve six months in jail and to be on formal probation for five years for stealing about $28,000 from her former employer.
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Details have been released concerning the double homicide on Sunday, March 13th in southwestern Trinity County. The Trinity County Sheriff’s Office got a call at 4:45 in the afternoon about a stabbing victim at Kettenpom. It’s a very remote location, so while en route, deputies contacted residents James and
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A 30-year-old man was captured after a brief pursuit in south Redding Thursday night. At about 20 minutes after nine, deputies tried to pull over a minivan on Highway 273 near the Clear Creek Market. Jeremiah Roden reportedly drove faster and tried to get away, then turned into the Win-River Casino lower parking lot and
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A local woman known by many as a pillar of public service is being honored at the Capitol. Maggie John has been named the 2011 Woman of the Year for the Second Assembly District. She’s been a leader and administrator for a number of organizations, including Northern Valley Catholic Social Services, Shasta WomenR
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Two Tehama County registered sex offenders have been given identical prison sentences for violating the terms of their probation. Ernest Leroy Franklin, who was arrested by Red Bluff Police, was given formal probation in 2004, although the nature of his original offense is unclear, and he’s not listed on the State&
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A 45-year-old Fremont man is hospitalized with serious injuries following an alcohol-related crash on Interstate Five. Vincent Quintero was northbound on I-5 north of Old Oregon Trail around 6:15 Thursday night when he ran into the back of a big rig. The CHP says the impact of the collision caused Quintero to lose contro
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Dam operators will boost Sacramento River flows again today.
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While injuries were initially reported, none of the people traveling in a car that rolled this morning on Interstate 5 near Lakehead were taken to the hospital by ambulance.
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Liz and I drove to the City to Celebrate in an Irish Pub. But there was a long l
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What was the name of the building on the left and where was it located? Welcome to the weekly History Mystery Photo Contest. If you're the first person to give the correct answer, you'll win a $10 gift certificate from...
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Conditions at Mt. Shasta Ski Park Day skiing: Open Night skiing: Open Temperature: 31 degrees. Skies: Snowing Wind: Gusty Visibility: Limited Depth: 97 inches at base, 140 inches at top New snow overnight: 12 inches New snow during the past 24 hours: 14 inches Snow surface: Fresh powder on top of machine groomed Trails: 32
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We recall this was the home of a local real estate agent. It looks nice. The provided front image is a bit off center, which leads us to speculate that there is a po
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A passing motorist found an abandoned car overturned this morning off of Quartz Hill Road in Redding.
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Three people were detained this morning after a host of Shasta County sheriff's deputies raced to Shingletown out of concerns someone had started shooting during a dispute inside a home.
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It's shaping up to be a chilly, damp weekend. The National Weather Service warned of gusting winds, possible flooding and dropping snow levels. The weather service says that today in Redding expect gusty winds, showers and possibly thunderstorms after 11 a.m. Winds could reach gusts of more than 30 mph. Tonight, showers a
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A 30-year-old Igo felon was arrested Thursday near Win-River Casino after allegedly leading deputies on a foot and car chase.
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I once lived next door to a wise eccentric we called Tomato Man.  He was renowned in the neighborhood for his exceptional  tomatoes,  reliably produced in abundance year after year in his “weed friendly” garden. Tomato Man was as proud of the “weeds”  that grew between his tomato plants as he was of the  luscio
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"A Bench in the Sun," a 2002 play that adds good-hearted humor to a tale of two friends who spend their days arguing on a bench, will be a monthlong engagement at the Riverfront Playhouse in Redding starting this weekend.
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Religious coercion can work subtly
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It's only a two-hour drive from Sunnyvale to Sacramento, if the traffic cooperates, but when it comes to marshaling the technological savvy of Silicon Valley in the service of state government, that easy freeway hop might as well be a through-hike on the Pacific Crest Trail.
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Last week, President Obama's budget chief, Jack Lew, took to his White House blog to repeat his claim that the Social Security Trust Fund is solvent through 2037. And to chide me for suggesting otherwise. I had argued in my last column that the trust fund is empty, indeed fictional.
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A traffic accident tonight has sheared off a utility pole and caused the closure of Lake Boulevard at Santa Rosa Way, the Redding Police Department reports.
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A driver who killed his dog when he crashed his pickup into a power pole on Lake Boulevard in Redding Thursday night had drugs in his system, police said this morning.
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"Kids, come over and say goodbye to your mom. She's dying."
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A group of homegrown restaurateurs aims to bring "the craic" to downtown Redding.
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RED BLUFF —Youngsters won't be without a community swimming pool this summer, thanks to a deal struck between a booster group and the City Council.
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Recently ramped-up Sacramento River flows have flooded Redding's newest trail, catching city officials and a pair of joggers by surprise.
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Theresa Nachman, financial adviser for Edward Jones, will host a free Social Security seminar at 6 p.m. Tuesday at Cattlemens Steakhouse, 2184 Hilltop Drive, Redding. Jennifer Markhart, Social Security claims representative, will present an overview of benefits. Call 246-8134.
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Redding's Veterans Memorial Hall downtown was literally buzzing Thursday as hundreds of members of the community came together to raise funds for children's cancer research.
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Residents in a small southwestern Trinity County town say they're concerned that the local sheriff's office called a couple and asked them to go to a neighbor's home on Sunday, when they were attacked and detectives later found two others stabbed to death.
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The stormy weather isn't making it any easier for teams to get in some preseason practice.
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The spring season is under way and it seems preseason tournaments are battling the rain every day.
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Travelin' in Time is a weekly look at historic places or people in the north state.
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In 1911: Pearl Lander of Redding, one of the city's best beloved daughters, was called away in the bud of young womanhood. While lying under a canopy of flowers, many people, including friends and acquaintances, were present in large numbers for a tenderhearted goodbye. Beautiful white carnations and sweet peas were str
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Two local charities and a teen awaiting a double-lung transplant are getting $600 each from students at Manzanita Elementary School in Redding.
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The Shasta Knights softball team opened Golden Valley Conference play Thursday with a pair of wins against College of the Redwoods.
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Firefighters respond to a fire Thursday night that destroyed a double-wide east of Redding.
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A rock and mud slide is blocking Highway 299 about a half mile east of Hatchet Mountain Summit in eastern Shasta County, the Department of Transportation is reporting.
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With all the bad things going on, all the terror and misery and uncertainty... there are illuminations of goodness and hope. There is Wavy Gravy.Oh, please don't say, "Who?" You know.In the mail today I got an invitation to Wavy Gravy's 75th birthday party. Tickets start at $
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The fast lane of northbound Interstate 5 is open again about nine miles north of Redding after a major-injury wreck.
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Kids can now get into the pizza-making fun. Here's a too-cute-for-words YouTube video. Below, the press release: "Mary's Pizza Shack is proud to announce the opening of the Bambino Shack. A special pizza section has been created where kids can...
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“Kids, come over and say goodbye to your mom, she’s dying.” Those were the chilling words spoken by Ty Rone Pitts of Bella Vista, whose voice is heard on a 911 call made shortly after he plunged an 18-inch knife into the heart of his live-in girlfriend, a prosecutor told jurors Thursday during opening statements at th
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Residents in a small southwestern Trinity County town say they’re concerned that the local sheriff’s office may have called a couple and asked them to go to a neighbor’s home where detectives later found two people stabbed to death.
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As we take pains to repeat when we post them or publish the results, the results of Redding.com's polls are not scientific. Even so, it's striking to see one as lopsided as our recent one about the U.S. Fish and...
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This drawing shows all the buildings associated with the fort built in 1857 near the intersection of Soldier Mountain and McArthur Roads in Fall River Mills. It was named for Lt. George Crook and established to protect freighters, settlers, emigrants...
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A driver hit a fire hydrant and a utility pole late this morning on Hartnell Avenue in Redding.
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1. “Happy Days — A New Musical” 7 p.m. today through Saturday and March 25-26; 2 p.m. Sunday at McLaughlin Auditorium at Sequoia Middle School. Presented by WE Multimedia. Tickets $15; available at Enjoy the Store, 1475 Placer St. in Redding, or by visiting www.wemultimedia.com.
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Here’s an interesting project. We saw this one several months ago, when it was occupied. It’s not finished, but it was apparently livable. “Livable” is a real estate term with a broad range of conditions, as we have d
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Jim Nielsen might be waffling a bit on redevelopment legislation, but he couldn't be more clear about Gov. Jerry Brown's realignment of public-safety responsibilities. His Op-Ed on the subject is in today's Sacramento Bee: Unfortunately, the Brown administration is pushing...
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For some, it takes a lifetime of study to develop mental clarity, but artist Nancy Marie discovered the key to her artistic process while up late, finishing a college project. “It was a black-and-white optical illusion. I had to really concentrate because one misplaced drop of ink would ruin the whole drawing. In an attem
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The L.A. Times' report on yesterday's budget session includes this gem: Assemblyman Jim Nielsen (R-Gerber), for instance, made a speech criticizing the excesses of redevelopment agencies. Moments later, he skipped the vote to eliminate them. --- UPDATE --- CalWatchdog's Katy...
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Hard to get more “local” than Bonney’s Burgers, a Happy Valley landmark since Carol Bonnett opened the place in 1976. For the past five and a half years, Bonney’s has been owned by Randy and Tarra Simmons, both Happy Valley natives.
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NEW YORK (AP) -- The New York Times says it will start charging for access to its website and for the use of smart phone and tablet applications later this month in the U.S. Beginning March 28, prices start at...
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Conditions at Mt. Shasta Ski Park Day skiing: Open Night skiing: Open Temperature: 23 degrees. Skies: Clear Wind: Light Visibility: Good Depth: 83 inches at base, 126 inches at top New snow overnight: Trace New snow during the past 24 hours: 6 inches Snow surface: Fresh powder on top of machine groomed Trails: 32 open, 21 g
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That’s what they call them. Those agents that call on homeowners behind on mortgage payments, who have had a Notice of Default filed, calling to convince the occupant that they should do a Short Sale instead of having their home foreclosed. In truth, real estate agents cannot give legal advice, and if you are offer
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It’s a small place, sitting on the corner of Oregon and Yuba streets. Charm might be the term some patrons use to describe Carnegie’s. Others might note the lunch, on which the restaurant has built its primary reputation, but over the past few years, Carnegie’s has blossomed into a great place to hang out after hours.
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Michael Sarver is usually billed as a country singer and the description suits the Texan just fine, but behind that western shirt beats the heart of an R&B belter.
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A motorist suffered serious injuries this morning when an SUV overturned after hitting black ice on the Hatchet Mountain near Burney.
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The National Weather Service has issued a "hazardous weather outlook" statement for Shasta County's higher elevations warning of falling snow levels in the days ahead. Today, the weather service says there's a 40 percent chance of showers in Redding mainly after 11 a.m. Otherwise, it will be cloudy with a high near 52 degr
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The words over at Three Word Wednesday are breeze, mellow and tickle. DiversionsToo many aches and pains, he thinks. Too many headaches, heartaches, upset stomachs.“I’m a young man,” he says to the sunset, the fading spring breeze.
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Ninety-four-year old Ruth Cramblit has been a volunteer for the American Cancer Society Discovery Shop since it opened its doors on Park Marina Drive 26 years ago. So, it’s only right that Ruth wielded the scissors that cut the ribbon to the thrift shop’s new 6,000-square-foot digs on Churn Creek Road. This new space, t
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Sources of inspiration for north state filmmakers are as distinct and diverse as the films they created for Redding's third annual Sundial Film Festival on Saturday.
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Final Four picks for NCAA tournament
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The Anderson High School softball team beat Enterprise 6-0 on Wednesday.
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With the winter and spring sport season overlapping, it doesn't leave a whole lot of time for players to adjust to their new sport.
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Teams are finding a way to battle the wet weather and get their preseason tournaments under way.
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When allegations of embezzlement from the Sycamore Elementary School parent club and, potentially, the school itself arose last summer, Redding School District administrators and board members couldn't flee their responsibility fast enough.
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Costco can tap a new market
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Don't call me a deficit hawk. I'm a deficit panda.
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Officers administered two field sobriety tests at a DUI and driver's license checkpoint Wednesday night, but no drivers were arrested for drunken driving.
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Former state Sen. Maurice Johannessen isn't very good at taking no for an answer.
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Redding's parks maintenance department closed low-lying portions of the Sacramento River Trail on Wednesday evening due to the river's rising water levels.
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In 1911: Unusually wet weather hindered the growth of grass and stockmen were forced to feed their herds. As a result, increased meat prices were expected to soar. Stockmen would be able to get about $65 a head for beef cattle of average weight.
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Chris Black and Barbara Cogle last week opened their new business, North State Payment Technologies, in Redding.
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Heather Grant had to endure what no mother should when she watched her 2½-year-old daughter Rebekah die from cancer.
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The Exchange Club of Redding is hosting its 38th annual Peace Officer of the Year awards luncheon at 11:30 a.m. today at Win-River Casino in Redding. Superior Court Judge Stephen Baker is the guest speaker. Here are the officers local law enforcement agencies picked as Shasta County's top cops.
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Sources of inspiration for north state filmmakers are as distinct and diverse as the films they created for Redding's third annual Sundial Film Festival on Saturday.
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A homeless man arrested earlier this month for kicking a 3-month-old puppy and breaking its leg pleaded guilty Wednesday to animal cruelty in exchange for a six-month jail sentence.
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A Trinity County woman who was seriously injured Sunday in a stabbing rampage in which her husband was wounded and two others were killed was recovering Wednesday at a Sacramento hospital.
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When Richard Simmons gets on the phone, there's no risk the person on the other end of the line will confuse him with someone else.
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This one says it all. May take a second to load properly. Then use the controls (up, down, right, left) for the full panoramic effect....
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The Redding Parks Maintenance Department closed portions of the Sacramento River trail this evening due to rising water levels in the river.
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A Trinity County woman who was seriously injured Sunday in an stabbing rampage that also saw her husband wounded and two others killed was recovering today at a Sacramento hospital
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I'm living in comfort, making plans for vacation, playing with my cats, enjoying clean air, water, food, living indoors, while half a world away people may not live another 5 minutes... or may die slowly and horribly from radiation sickness. I can't even start to grasp what's going on and the enormity of what's happened an
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Any juniors out there wanting to model for us?? We have a few spots left for senior portrait models for the Class of 2012. Sessions will be end of March, early April, Call today if interested!! 530.223.5456
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Find a home or apartment for rent in Redding Ca or surrounding communities using this cool widget, see map of our local area below. Thanks to the low real estate prices, many people are planning to buy a house in Redding Ca in the near future, especially because rentals have gone up so much that you're almost b
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edited by Susan Fox Rogers Whether hiking, kayaking, surfing or just heading off the beaten path, this collection plumbs the complexities that women face when they travel alone. Pensive, introspective, independent and strong, these women share what they experienced, what they learned and, mostly,
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by Adam Langer Through the eyes of soon to be evicted musician Ike, we enter the world of Ellington Boulevard. Quirky, humorously interconnected neigh­bors, villains, friends, and peripheral characters create a lush and enjoyable ride through the intricacies and realities of the real estate boom
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by Katherine Howe While cleaning out her grandmother’s abandoned house in Marblehead, Mass., Harvard graduate student Connie Goodwin, finds a 17th century Bible containing a key. This key and its scrap of parchment with “Deliverance Dane” written on it, unlocks a three hundred year old mystery
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by Alberto Angela Rome: Anno Dei 115. Follow 24 hours of a typical upper class citizen of Imperial Rome. Descriptions of daily life include the home and its aqueduct system, the markets, characters on the street, the baths, a Coliseum “show” and a night-time romp. Detailed but not dry, Angela offers a well re
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by Lisa See Mourning the loss of their child, Liu Hulan, Inspector in China’s Ministry of Public Security, and her American husband drown themselves in work. Liu’s takes her to a dam project on the Yangzee where an archeologist has been murdered. The investiga­tion takes her from religious cult
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by S. J. Parris Italian monk, Giordano Bruno, nar­rowly misses arrest by the Inquisition and flees to England. He finds himself in Oxford, hired to uproot a Catholic plot against Queen Elizabeth I, with some dangerous ideas about the uni­verse, creation and God. The murders soon begin and Bruno f
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Here is a Ravenwood home with not just one car garage, but three. We think you couldn’t build this home new today with a three car garage for $168,500. That’s why it’s our deal of the day.
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by Jacqueline Winspear 1932: Parents of a recently exhumed soldier hire Maisie to track down the author of love letters found among his possessions. This seemingly innocent request turns deadly as Maisie discovers that he was likely murdered. Her instincts seem intact as both she and his parents have narrow escap
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by Zora Neale Hurston Janie Crawford finds her voice and learns to exert her strength of spirit after years of being treated as a commodity. After her second husband’s death, she finds love in the unlikely form of Tea Cake, a handsome, lively younger man. Happiness, adventure and tragedy follow, b
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by Sam Kashner This new biography delves into the romance of the 20th century. From their meeting on the set of the movie, Cleopatra, they were obsessed with one another. This exhaustive treat­ment explores the relationship behind the headlines and probes the com­plexity of a pair deeply in love,
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by Carol Bruess What are the little rituals that help keep your romance alive? This cute collection of anecdotes reminds us all that it is the small rituals – picnics in the park, a funny grooming ritual or a silly running prank – that often comprise the glue that keeps relationships alive, joyfu
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by Kate Morgenroth When Sofie ditches Manhattan for Greenwich, Conn., she quickly joins the “Bored Wives Book Club,” peopled by snobby Priscilla, sweet Susan and trophy wife, Julia. Julia is found dangling from the tree in her front yard, and the layers of tranquil nonchalance are peeled back to
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by Charlotte Bronte The dark, sweeping moors of Western Yorkshire are forged with stark relief as Jane wends her way through y the conventions of early Victorian England. Through determination, passionate convictions and a quietly stubborn independence, Jane strug­gles for self definition and eventu
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A man was taken into custody Monday after drug agents reportedly discovered close to a Thousand marijuana plants and child pornography during a search. At Nine O’clock Monday morning, agents from the Shasta County Marijuana Eradication Team, SINTIF, and D-E-A executed a search warrant at a commercial building on Ri
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The Sacramento River is considerably fatter now than it was Wednesday morning. The Bureau of Reclamation announced at midday Wednesday that between Noon and 3 O’clock, releases from Shasta Dam and Keswick Dam would be boosted from 15-thousand cubic feet per second to 25-thousand cubic feet per second. Apparently, t
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Charter phone customers will be able to call Japan for free, in response to the devastation caused by last weeks earthquake and tsunami. Direct dial long-distance calls from residential and business customers to Japan will be free until April 30th. Charter has seen call volume decline from last Friday’s peak, altho
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A ribbon-cutting ceremony is set for a 64-Million Dollar facility that all of Redding’s residents will use, but few will ever see. Redding Electric Utility’s power plant unit number six has just been completed at around Five Million Dollars under budget. Officials say a lot of money was saved by having R-E-U
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SAN FRANCISCO (AP) — Blue Shield of California said Wednesday it was withdrawing its plan to increase health insurance rates for individual policyholders in what would have been the third such rate hike since October.
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A man has been sentenced to Prison for being very drunk when a vehicle he was driving was involved in a serious injury collision in Red Bluff. The crash occurred last August. When arriving Red Bluff Police Officers spoke to Dickie Wayne Puckett, they could tell right away that he was drunk due to his slurred speech, and
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Free assistance with filing income tax returns is available for low-income individuals and families, disabled people and senior citizens, thanks to AARP and Legal Services of Northern California. These tax experts know the tricks of the tax trade, such as how to qualify for the earned income tax credit, which could reduce o
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Maybe the Lege can put this on the ballot with Gov. Brown's tax measures: (SACRAMENTO) - Senator Doug LaMalfa (R - Richvale) and Senator Tony Strickland (R- Thousand Oaks) today introduced Senate Constitutional Amendment 10 to permanently cap spending and...
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Dam operators are cranking up Sacramento River releases again today.
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A pair of rock slides in Trinity County were causing trouble for motorists early this afternoon.
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A homeless man arrested earlier this month for allegedly kicking a three-month old puppy and breaking its leg pleaded guilty today to animal cruelty in exchange for a six-month jail sentence.
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Got earthquakes on the mind? So do I. So does California Watch, which asks whether the Ring of Fire will roll around and hit the state with a major quack as it recently has Chile, New Zealand and Japan. The...
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Awkward timing for this vote, reported by the Fresno Bee: Undeterred by the nuclear crisis in Japan, backers of a proposed Fresno County nuclear plant are pushing ahead -- with the blessing of the Madera County Board of Supervisors. John...
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The following article is from the Shasta Courier newspaper of January 13, 1894: ...Assistant Attorney General Hall has decided that a child of a white farmer and an Indian mother is not an Indian. This decision will strike from the...
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Conditions at Mt. Shasta Ski Park Day skiing: Open Night skiing: Closed Temperature: 30 degrees. Skies: Light snow Wind: Light Visibility: Limited Depth: 83 inches at base, 126 inches at top New snow overnight: Trace New snow during the past 24 hours: 6 inches Snow surface: Fresh powder on top of machine groomed Trails: 32
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The soggy weather of recent days isn't going to abate in Redding any time soon. In fact, the National Weather Service predicts that rain and showers are to linger well into next week. Today, the weather service predicts showers with a chance of thunderstorms after 11 a.m. The high temperature will top out at 56 degrees.
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“Land of my Father, land that I love, I can’t abandon her. For her a hundred times, I shall give my life,” begins “Mu Isamaa On Minu Arm,” written by Estonian National Poet Lydia Koidula. This passionate poem, created during Estonia’s Great Awakening, was first set to music in 1869 and performed that year for E
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Spring is almost here and so are the annual ambitions of the backyard weekend warriors. It might seem like a romantic notion to till the soil, drop in some seeds and let the sun do the work as you lie around in your hammock and watch it all grow. For a reality check, get outta [...]
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Joriana Gibbens-Egolf, 5, wants a swing set and a slide at T.R. Woods Memorial Park, and thanks to Tuesday's "Design Day" at Manzanita Elementary School, she just might see it become reality.
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I've heard that some foods can boost my brainpower. Any truth to that? Yes. Here's a sampling...
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Why are so many people who are opposed to development nevertheless in favor of "redevelopment"?
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'Easter Bunny' is a bad pet
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It's a funny thing about redevelopment.
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Trips to Wrigley Field and a NASCAR race are among the headline events for the 2011 Shasta College Celebrity Dinner/Auction.
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Three Shasta County men were arrested on suspicion of vehicle theft Monday afternoon when they were caught riding in a stolen car and pickup, police said. A Redding man also was arrested on suspicion of having stolen property in the case.
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Prep soccer in the Northern Section is the one sport that hasn't decided on one season for either boys or girls.
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Redding childrengive their input fornew playground
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National Corn Dog Day coincides with the biggest day in college basketball. And CornDogDay.com offers plenty of ways to combine a love of college sports with this handy food on a stick. It sells themed party packs and features recipes.
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A 32-year-old man who authorities suspect might have stabbed two people to death and wounded two others in rural Trinity County on Sunday before dying in a high-speed chase was identified Tuesday as Tomas Pitagoras Gouverneu.
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A long-ago-proposed northern segment of Churn Creek Road will return to Redding's transportation planning docket.
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With the basketball season officially coming to a close for all Northern Section teams Thursday, it's time to honor the all-league selections in their respective leagues.
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Although none of the local prep girls basketball teams finished the season with a Northern Section title, there were plenty of outstanding players to fill the courts this season.
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With the 2011 basketball season coming to an end last week, the final scoring totals are in and Trinity's Justin Jeangerard is the career scoring leader for the class of 2011.
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DUI checkpoint set for today, Thursday
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In 1911: One of Sacramento Valley Power Co.’s power lines was going be extended into Kennett in the next few months. The cost of extending the line from Redding to Kennett was estimated at about $50,000.
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Agency looks ahead after near demise
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Ownership of property questioned
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County to claimeminent domainfor disputed site
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Williamson Insurance Agency and Oak Tree Furniture will host a Park N' Shine Collector Car Show from noon to 3 p.m. April 11 at 2760 Bechelli Lane in Redding. Donations help expand services of the Successful Living with Autism through Training and Education (SLATE) program for children with autism in Shasta County.
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According to family legend, my great-great grandfather, George Convy, brought a piece of sod from the homeland when he emigrated from Ireland in 1866. Now and then, when he was feeling particularly homesick, he would take it out and have a good cry.The Irish, who fled their country by the thousands, did not have
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A long-ago-proposed northern segment of Churn Creek Road will return to Redding’s transportation planning docket.
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Republicans are scared of their base, Democrats hate theirs. So writes California Democratic activist Brian Leubitz -- part of the purportedly hated base, I believe. True? False? The standard voice of frustration about compromise in politics?...
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The GOP, says this Politico piece, may make 2012 a referendum on "American decline" (remember the "malaise" of the late 70's?). Can see them framing Obama as Carter II but it's much harder to see Newt, Mitt or Sarah/Michelle reprising...
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Shasta County drug agents on Monday arrested a woman after finding nearly 1,000 marijuana plants and child pornography at a commercial building in Anderson.
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One person was trapped under a Jeep and two more are injured after a rollover this afternoon on Whitmore Road east of Millville.
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Custom framing's spendy. But worth it for that special piece. Was at Graphic Emporium (Pine Street, downtown) a couple of days before Christmas and took a snap of this job waiting for a customer to pick up. Obviously a...
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An April 1 sentencing date was scheduled today in Shasta County Superior Court for a 21-year-old Redding man who pleaded guilty in January to gross vehicular manslaughter while intoxicated in connection with the September death of a Redding woman.
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The League of Women Voters of the Redding Area will hold a public forum March 24 to inform people about the right-to-know federal and state laws in danger of overstepping security lines or succumbing to budget cuts.
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Three Shasta County men were arrested on suspicion of vehicle theft Monday afternoon when they were caught riding in a stolen car and pickup, police said. A Redding man was also arrested on suspicion of having stolen property in the case.
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I wish there was a sticker!  I used to love those stickers people handed out for promos!  Annoying as hell, but boy sometimes they could Really Stick Around!  :) I would be getting my 3rd one this year! Hey, I voted, Did You? :)
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Trout like natural streams, scientists discover. Natural stream flow suits native trout populations best, according to a new study that is the first to examine the impacts of dam operations on threatened freshwater trout. Obviously, since the dams are already...
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Silver Creek is a lovely upscale east Redding neighborhood. A couple of homes have just come up for sale there. One is a Fannie Mae REO, and the other is not described as an REO, but does seem to be owned by a financial entity according to records. Let’s start with the Fannie Mae home at 4559 Eel Court.
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The "Redding Airdrome" was built in 1942 during World War II as a military flight training field by the Army Corps of Engineers. Two runways were built; one was 6,000 ft. long and the other was 5,062 ft. long. In...
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There has been a major occurrence and ongoing major occurrences in family court all over California.The Audits of Sacramento and Marin County court's and results are in, the findings are damning and the same thing is happening here under your ignorant noses in Shasta County.THIS BLOG IS DOING YOUR JOB
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For alleged lack of support. The Redding Peace Officers Association, on its web site, posts a YouTube video by a "business support" group in Chico and asks if the Redding Chamber, Shasta Builders' Exchange and Shasta Voices would do the...
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Reality of budget cuts is starting to hit home
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By any route, road to Oasis won’t be cheap
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While cell phones have definitely made calling within the United States easier for travelers who have U.S. cell phone accounts, calling from outside the country can be more complicated. Here are a few things to know before you depart and dial. If you plan to use your cell phone, see your contract or contact your provider to
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Conditions at Mt. Shasta Ski Park Day skiing: Open Night skiing: Closed Temperature: 34 degrees. Skies: Light snow Wind: Light Visibility: Limited Depth: 77 inches at base, 120 inches at top New snow overnight: None New snow during the past 24 hours: 9 inches Snow surface: Fresh powder on top of machine groomed Trails: 32 o
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Two Redding men were cited this weekend in a statewide undercover alcohol sting operation.
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The morning is newish. It’s 7:30, daylight saving time. Temperatures are mild. Indoors the doings are swathed in a gray punctuated by electric light. Work continues as usual. There is comfort in that enterprise. It will be a long and busy day. Fresh Guatemalan coffee beans, crushed in the blender, fill the air with t
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Expect gusty winds and rain to continue to fall today in Redding. The National Weather Service says high temperatures will top out near 61 degrees. Winds could gust to close to 20 mph. It's going to be similarly soggy throughout the week. There's a 70 percent chance of rain on Wednesday, with showers or rain expected t
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People say, “Enough is enough,” when they are done with an abusive relationship.  The people of Egypt had enough of the corrupt “presidency” of Hosni Mubarak.  They Facebooked and Tweeted up a popular nonviolent revolution.  We saw similar things happen in the Soviet Union when it fell.  The Russian troops would
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Leadership Redding is currently accepting applications for members of the Class of 2011 - 2012. The deadline for applications is March 31. Visit the www.leadershipredding.com website to submit an application if you are interested in being considered for participation in the 2011 - 2012 Leadership Redding class or if you kno
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Fifty years after its publication, Harper Lee’s Pulitzer-winning novel about racial prejudice in the Depression-era Deep South remains among the most influential and controversial books in the United States. No surprise, then, that its appearance at this season’s Oregon Shakespeare Festival resulted in a virtual sell-ou
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I also am a taxpayer
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This is a story I’ll probably file with others I call “Private things I should not have made public,” or “Confessions of a woman who ought to have had better sense.” I’m going to tell it for two reasons: First, because, well, it’s what I do. And second, because I suspect you’ve done something equally harebra
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The Shasta High School baseball team picked up its first win of the season with a 12-1 road victory over West Valley on Monday.
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You do know that Interstate 5 in and near Redding is going to be a minor mess for a while, right? But all the work is for the sake of better traffic flow and safer conditions. The two biggest and, for a period, most disruptive projects are the improvements to the I-5 and Highway 44 [...]
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1911: Frank Boyce, a panther and coyote slayer of much local fame, killed an immense panther. The animal was 8 feet long. The encounter took place between Snow Creek and North Bear Creek.
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The Sacramento River probably looks bigger this morning.
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Cottonwood Creek Equestrian Center will host it's sixth annual tack swap from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Saturday at the center's covered arena at 18550 Evergreen Road, Cottonwood.
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When Enterprise High School's show choir members walked into the giant and ornate Orpheum Theater in Los Angeles, what they most noticed was their competition.
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Punching Churn Creek Road from Highway 299 past Oasis Road in north Redding won't be cheap, according to a city report.
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Coming off the heels of winning a state Senate seat in 1939, Jesse Washington Carter learned of his appointment to associate justice on the California Supreme Court. His son, Oliver Jesse Carter, soon assumed his vacated seat after capturing victory in an election, making him the youngest person to hold the position at the
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Criminal charges won't be filed against a homeless man who stabbed to death another homeless man last summer, Shasta County District Attorney Stephen Carlton said Monday.
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Four people were stabbed — two fatally — in a remote village in southwestern Trinity County Sunday afternoon, and the killer is believed to have died in a car crash after leading officers on a wild, nearly 40-mile chase through Mendocino County.
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Two organizations are offering free tax preparation to North State residents starting today through April 15
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A 21-year-old Magalia man was arrested Monday morning after allegedly picking up a 15-year-old girl and her 11-year-old cousin from a Red Bluff home without their parents' permission.
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A widely contested proposal to allow high-density low-income housing in unincorporated areas is facing more opposition from Intermountain residents who accuse Shasta County planners of trying to "export the riffraff" to their communities.
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Four people were stabbed — two fatally — in a remote village in southwestern Trinity County Sunday afternoon, and the killer is believed to have died in a car crash after leading officers on a wild, nearly 40-mile chase through Mendocino County.
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What are your thoughts when you see a couple of police officers sitting down for a meal or cup of coffee? Are they wasting your tax money? Should they be out earning their wages instead of laughing and joking with a friend? Are you thankful the city is quiet enough they can take a well-desreved break?Cl
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This is a great opportunity to have a delicious dinner in a local business and support the Redding Police Department Chaplains.The Redding Police Chaplain Unit offers guidance and assistance to peop
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This is a video posted on YouTube by the Chico Police Department Business Support Team, a group of local businesses that show their appreciation for their police department. Wonder if the Redding Chamber of Commerce, Shasta Builders' Exchange or Shasta Voices will follow suit?
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You were born during a Full moon - what it says about you - You've spent your life in the middle of things, whether it's between people who oppose each other, ideas that oppose each other, or places that are very different. You're very aware of perspectives outside the
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Tehama County sheriff's deputies are investigating today a burglary in which $6,525 in cash was reportedly stolen, as well as a diamond bracelet valued at $9,000, from a Rancho Tehama home.
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Ms Sharane Rattray of Red Bluff Age 64 Date of Death: 3/12/2011 Place of Death: Residence Cause of Death: Natural (Natural, Accidental, etc.) Arrangements Pending at: Allen & Dahl Funeral Chapel, Anderson
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The report of two men with guns in the parking lot of the Safeway store on Balls Ferry Road in Anderson proved to be unfounded, police say.
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Reports are compiled by Western Outdoor News. Go to www.wonews.com or subscribe at wonsubs.com. Call 800-290-2929. BEST BITES TRINITY RIVER, Douglas City — The upper river, from Lewiston to Indian Creek was in great shape in spite of rain, and a very few anglers were catching a mix of bright, wild steelhead along with dow
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One woman was arrested on suspicion of drunken driving this afternoon after the pickup she was driving rolled over on a mountain road west of Redding.
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Q. Jan. 30 to April 4 marks the Season for Peace and Nonviolence campaign. What one piece of advice do you have for individuals to help them create a more peaceful world? “War and peace begins in the hearts of individuals.” These are the opening words to Pema Chodron’s book Practicing Peace in Times of War. Wars invol
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A possible suspect in a multiple homicide in Trinity County was killed in a pursuit. The Trinity County Sheriff’s Office got a call at 4:45 Sunday afternoon about a stabbing victim at the Kettenpom store, located in the southwestern part of the county. By the time deputies and medical responders got there, another
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A 21-year-old man from Magalia who apparently had been communicating on the internet with a 15-year-old Red Bluff girl was arrested after apparently transporting the girl and her 11-year-old cousin back to Magalia. The two girls were reported missing to Red Bluff police at 9:35 Sunday night after disappearing from their
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A man who stabbed another man at a Redding homeless camp last summer will not be charged. Redding Police Officers were called to a wooded area behind the Shasta County Social Services Office on Breslauer Lane on the afternoon of August 2nd. They found 43-year-old Clarence Thompson Jr dead with two stab wounds to his abdo
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A woman who died Sunday after crashing her car in north Redding may have suffered a medical episode prior to the collision. According to Redding Police, 84-year-old Purley Beverley Harrison was near Shasta Lanes and the mini mart on Black Marble Way when her car ran into tree. She was later pronounced dead at Mercy Medic
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Those who live in glass houses shouldn’t throw stones, and those who grow a lot of pot shouldn’t shoot toward their neighbors. At around 10:30 Sunday night, Siskiyou County Sheriff’s Deputies were called to a home beside Highway 96 at Horse Creek on the Klamath River. According to witnesses, 49-year-old
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A Shasta Lake man due to begin standing trial on June 1 in connection with the drowning of his 11-year-old daughter is seeking to retain a new attorney to represent him.
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A 49-year-old Klamath River man was arrested Sunday night after he allegedly got drunk and peppered his neighbor with a shotgun blast.
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Police officers drew their guns in arresting a person at Redding City Hall early this afternoon, witnesses said.
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A Redding man accused of beating his 8-year-old son nearly to death with an aluminum baseball bat failed today to reaffirm his not guilty plea to attempted murder and other charges.
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Four people were stabbed — two fatally — in a remote village in southwestern Trinity County Sunday afternoon, and the killer is believed to have died in a car crash after leading officers on a wild, nearly 40-mile chase through Mendocino County.
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Criminal charges won’t be filed against a homeless man who stabbed to death another homeless man last summer, Shasta County District Attorney Stephen Carlton announced today.
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I know I have heard here and there that the Arthop (Will, Has) dropped off because Troy and Adam have been making moving plans, but I have to say I Don't Think So!  I think they have really laid the groundwork and that it will survive and keep going strong however it is handled! I was shoulder to shoulder
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Conditions at Mt. Shasta Ski Park Day skiing: Open Night skiing: Closed Temperature: 28 degrees. Skies: Clear Wind: Light Visibility: Good Depth: 77 inches at base, 120 inches at top New snow overnight: None New snow during the past 24 hours: 9 inches Snow surface: Fresh powder on top of machine groomed Trails: 32 open, 18
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From the Cottonwood Enterprise newspaper of March 30, 1907: Two men and two bears made considerable fun about town Wednesday. The bears could drink beer and many other things that drew the nickels and quarters from the spectators. Then there...
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A 21-year-old Magalia man was arrested this morning after allegedly picking up an a 15-year-old girl and her 11-year-old cousin from a Red Bluff home without their parents' permission.
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Hi ya'll. Sorry it has taken so long to get out an update. We are actually in the air on the way home right now. It was a very intense couple of days. I would say it was a success...
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I have for the last 3 years witnessed the systematic destruction of a woman and  her child, orchestrated by her abusive ex husband, facilitated by the ex husband's soulless attorney (Michael Cogan) and the attorney for minor (Richard Bay) who is supposed to be an advocate for the child but is not. They are complied&
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The National Weather Service issued a "hazardous weather outlook" this morning for Shasta County and the surrounding area in the wake of an oncoming storm that will likely last through the week. Forecasters say to expect isolated showers today in Redding with a high temperature topping out at 59 degrees. Rain will start to
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A 22-year-old Sacramento man led officers on a foot chase early this morning after he was spotted breaking into a car in downtown Redding, police said.
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What: The Turtle Bay Auction 2011, "Jeans, Jewels & Jazz: Grab your Partner!" When: March 26, 5:30 p.m. Where: Redding Convention Center You won’t want to miss Turtle Bay’s Annual Gala on March 26, 2011 at 5:30pm in the Redding Convention Center. Turtle Bay will feature a unique celebration to include “Chuck-Wagon
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Shasta CAN (Coalition for Activity and Nutrition) and Healthy Shasta invites Shasta County residents to discover how easy it is to eat healthy and be physically active. Celebrate “National Nutrition Month” by incorporating healthy lifestyle changes into your everyday routine. Healthy changes start at home by taking smal
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Doni:  Adam, thanks for agreeing to be my first Dish partner. Gosh, it's been more than a year since I did this. I feel a little rusty. And, truth be told, a little nervous, too. The last time I did this the dish ran away with my spoon. So, from now on, instead of having a regular dish partner, [...]
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REDDING WEATHER ALMANAC March 14: Normal max temp 66.  Record high for this date, 84 in 2004. Normal min temp 42.  Record min for this date, 32 in 2002. March 20: Normal max temp 68.  Record high for this date 85 in 2004. Normal min temp 43.  Record min for this date 28, in 1987. [...]
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A costly change for basic service
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In his 2005 State of the Union address, President George W. Bush put Social Security privatization at the top of his agenda. As details of this plan were elaborated, the public turned against it. The plan was defeated in Congress and Republicans paid a price in the next election. The recent election gave Republicans control
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Siskiyou County farmers and ranchers squeezed in the reglatory vise might have cheered a recent court ruling to throw out a little-loved Department of Fish and Game permitting plan that aimed to balance irrigation needs with protection of threatened coho salmon. Unfortunately, they might find that whatever plan replaces it
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The Anderson High School softball team rolled to the title in its own fourth annual Cubs Classic Small School Tournament at Big League Dreams on Saturday.
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Shasta College's track and field athletes set 38 personal records on "a pretty good day" at a large meet held at Modesto Junior College on Friday, Knights coach Peter Giachetti said.
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Redding police have identified the woman who died Sunday night after the car she was driving slammed into a tree in the parking lot of Fast Stop Mini Mart in north Redding.
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Trinity County officials sent out an alert Sunday to north state law enforcement agencies telling them to be on the lookout for a man in connection with a homicide.
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Despite federal claims that radiation from nuclear power plants damaged by Friday's 8.9-magnitude earthquake in Japan won't reach the United States, some Shasta County residents aren't convinced.
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Joe Wilburn is glad to have Modoc, a once wild horse, in his stable.
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In 1911: Redding Lodge of Elks, No. 1073 elected George W. Bush, now esteemed leading knight, to the high office of exalted ruler at the regular election. The election was marked by a large attendance and was an evening of social pleasure as well as of business.
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Redding police continue to investigate a January burglary in which thieves cut through the roof of a Market Street pawnshop, climbed in through a crawl space and escaped with more than $100,000 in jewelry.
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An elderly woman died Sunday night after the car she was driving slammed into a tree in the parking lot at a mini mart in north Redding.
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We are excited to offer this seminar to homeowners throughout Shasta County. In addition to providing you with information on the selling process, our goal is to help you decide if this is the right time for you to sell. We will do this by providing you with relevant information regarding the escrow proces
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All you see in the photo is Gover's barn. It's located on Gover Road across from the Coleman Fish Hatchery road. What's missing in the photo is the one-room wooden Sheldon School that once stood on the spot at just...
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True confessions — I cannot work well with loud noises or with obvious home projects undone. I need quiet, except for music or the soft bland visial hum of the home and garden channel and order. Friday morning there was lots of noise and plenty of really efficient doing away with a tall pine.  The [...]
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Smoking deal today on a Fannie Mae owned 4 plex in Redding Ca. Buy this investor class real estate income producing asset for 3% down using Homepath Financing. Try
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A car went over an embankment this morning near the top of Buckhorn Summit in Shasta County, dispatchers said, but its two occupants were able to get out without any injuries.
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We often hear stories about hunger and health problems occurring in Africa. Not often enough do we read about what’s being done to improve the situation. If conditions are going to improve on the continent, they’ll likely start to happen on a grass-roots level through programs like the ones conducted by Redding’s Chri
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Today will most likely be a rainy day in Redding, forecasters predict. Expect an 80 percent chance of precipitation in town and a high of about 58 degrees. The chance for precipitation will jump up to 90 percent by tonight, while temperatures will go down to about 47 degrees. Tomorrow should be slightly warmer, with a
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Homily - 1st Sunday of Lent (Year A)Deacon Pat Kearns It all began in the desert where Jesus fasted and the Devil Tempted. The message today is a powerful message, actually a life changing message if we honestly open our hearts and minds and receive it. Not unlike Christ’s journey, our own journey will be fil
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Jessica Fletcher and Adam Wiechman, both of Redding, are engaged to be married at PineGri La at Shasta Weddings Trinity Mountains Resort in Castella on Aug. 13, 2011. The bride-elect is the daughter of Dennis Fletcher of McKinleyville and Donna Fletcher of Eureka. She is a graduate of UC Santa Barbara and the Victoria Univ
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Cheep! Cheep! Cheep! Cheep! It's a sharp, high-pitched, brittle sound that cuts through cold air like a hot knife through butter. A piercing chirp, we likened it to tapping on a crystal glass with a silver spoon. Finally Fran stopped what she was doing and made an effort to track it down and solve the mystery.
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Volunteers and work crews have been busy the past few months refurbishing the Behrens-Eaton house at 1520 West St. in downtown Redding to get it ready for an April event to honor donors who have helped raise money for the project.
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April Baugh and Joseph Gonzalez, both of Lomita, are engaged to be married May 14, 2011, at St. Margaret Mary Church in Lomita. The bride-elect is the daughter of Casey and Cheryl Baugh of Cottonwood. She graduated from West Valley High School in 2004. April received both an associate of arts degree as well as associate of
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Heather Moyer and Jacob Dean, both of Redding, are engaged to be married at the Lake Club in Cottonwood on May 14, 2011. The bride-elect is the daughter of Kimberly and Tony Compus, both of Shasta Lake, and Keith Johnson of Redding. She graduated from Central Valley High School in Shasta Lake. She works as a registered nur
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Kari Kinney and Adam Arak, both of Redding, are engaged to be married at Lazy K Ranch in Whitmore on Sept. 17, 2011. The bride-elect is the daughter of Claudia Kinney of Redding. Her fiance is the son of Lori Arak of Boise, Idaho.
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CherryAnne Hollister of Millville and James Brink of Whitmore are engaged to be married March 12, 2011, at the Millville Community Baptist Church in Millville. The bride-elect is the daughter of Pastor Ryan and Bonnie Hollister of Millville. She graduated from Liberty Christian High School in 2005, finished her associate d
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Make U Smile offers teeth whitening services.
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What is it about the iPad that is so alluring to husbands everywhere? Every time an iPad commercial comes on, you get jabbed in the ribs as he announces for the hundredth time "I need one of those!"
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There are lots of paper products out there, with a few brands boasting recycled content. But few have gone the distance to be what could be considered the ultimate in tree-free content.
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Dear Straight Talk: Like many girls our age, my sister and I wanted our nipples and navels pierced. We're under 18 and knew our prudish mom wouldn't consent, so we did it on the black market. Our mom normally knocks before entering our room, so we thought we could hide the evidence. However, she walked in without warning an
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I have been giving it a lot of thought, and I just don't think it's true. Or, more likely, I just don't feel it's true. That old saying about time being on my side. It's a famous Rolling Stones song and everything.
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Most government agencies, if they developed a reputation for being out of touch with the community and imperiously dismissive of local concerns, would take steps to change. Not the Shasta-Trinity National Forest. Instead, its leaders are working hard to prove the stereotype.
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Road won't solve traffic problem
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Sometime in the middle of my second sleepless night in a hospital room after Emerson was born, the nurse who had been with us through most of it asked me if I'd like a cup of real coffee.
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In 1911: Mrs. Augusta Dorn of this city, who brought suit against William F. Cody (Buffalo Bill) because she was hooked by a buffalo in the scout's show on its appearance the previous September, will receive $600 for her injuries in a compromise reached in San Francisco.
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Gary Thomas of Rohnert Park gives instructions on English country dance at Saturday’s gathering of the Shasta-Cascade Region chapter of the Jane Austen Society of North America. Fans of the English writer and guests danced, drank tea and socialized at the Millville Grange building in Palo Cedro. Regency-era dress was enco
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Births courtesy of Mercy Medical Center, Redding
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Red Bluff police were looking for a juvenile who is suspected of stabbing a 17-year-old boy early Saturday morning.
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Nearly four months after getting into the golf business, Redding Rancheria is putting its stamp on River Bend Golf Club.
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Last Sunday's front-page article "Dam adapts as priorities shift" by Janet O'Neill brought about some interesting information about the Red Bluff Diversion Dam and did very nice job of it too, I might add. The article explained the new functions and details of the changes being made.
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Check out the Healthier U Lifestyle Challenge sponsored by Shasta Regional Medical Center ([hulc.shastaregional.com]/) . The kick-off event is March 18 at the Cascade Theatre.
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One game was a crazy, come-from-behind, back-and-forth battle. The other game was a far more prosaic contest involving small ball, pitching and defense.
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Wolves finish 4-1 in tournament
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Attorneys often play a key role in financial life. Unfortunately, the process of finding the right one can be confusing and frustrating. When the need arises you obviously need someone who is qualified in the appropriate area of the law, but you also want someone you are comfortable working with.
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The other day I was riding my bike home from Sun Oaks.
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Local redevelopment agencies have been reluctant to make such moves. But Redding is considering a strategy to keep some planned projects going.
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Shasta Lake will once again look into saving its redevelopment money Tuesday as the City Council considers joining a legal challenge to Gov. Jerry Brown's proposal to eliminate redevelopment agencies.
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Q: Is it illegal to trap and relocate raccoons? I live at the base of Tauquitz Canyon Mountain in Palm Springs and we have a population of raccoons. One of the residents is determined to trap any and all animals that venture onto his property. The problem is he is not trained to trap and he often keeps the animal for three
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More construction debris that once was diverted to landfills is headed for the recycling bin.
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A Redding hospital and a major insurance company have agreed to try and work out their disagreements outside a courtroom.
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The 13th annual Record Searchlight Spelling Bee began Saturday with a "nudge" and ended with "deleterious."
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Local officials are taking part in a six-figure League of California Cities media campaign to whip up public support for redevelopment.
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Shasta District Fair's directors will meet Tuesday to discuss one of Gov. Jerry Brown's budget proposal that strips all funding from California state fairs.
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Dear Babe: I have thousands of cards in mint condition. Most are complete sets (for example, Topps 792 cards box set) that I started collecting when my son was born in 1986. I continued to buy cards (primarily baseball and hockey) until early 2000. Is there a simple way of determining whether there are any really valuable c
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For the last few months I've been trying out gear with multiple purposes: armbands that work in rain or sun, above or below the surface of water, bottles that switch from coffee to water with no problem, and so on. I just like things that have a wide range of functionality.
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The 13th annual Record Searchlight Spelling Bee began today with a “nudge” and ended with “deleterious.”
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A medical helicopter takes off from an accident scene where a man riding a motorcycle crashed today on Ash Creek Road at the Ash Creek Tributary Bridge.
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While dancing to the oldies in the freezer aisle at Trader Joe's, looking for an idea for a convenient appetizer, Femme de Joie came across Panang Curry Sticks, picked up a box, and gave ‘em a try.
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A few years after opening his hugely successful destination Skyroom at the Redding Airport, restaurateur Peter Chu announced that his brother Mark would be opening a small casual restaurant in the Pine Street School in downtown Redding. Femme de Joie dimly remembers going there shortly after Chu's Too opened and not being i
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Yesterday's mystery photo was the Rising River Inn. It was located directly across Cassel Road from the current Cassel Post Office in Cassel. It became a very popular place in the early 1920s when Hat Creek I and Hat Creek...
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Red Bluff police are looking for a juvenile suspect who stabbed a 17-year-old this morning.
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"Other holidays repose on the past. Arbor Day proposes the future." - J. Sterling Morton - Founder of Arbor Day in 1872. "Can I run out to the trees?" my 9-year old asks me on a regular if not daily basis. I almost always say yes. By "trees" my child is talking about a row of adolescent sycamores planted in a graceful curv
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National Weather Service forecasters are calling for a 50 percent chance of rain today for Redding.
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We like the Quail Ridge neighborhood very much. We see kids walking happily to nearby and well regarded Boulder Creek School. Neighbors keep their yards looking shar
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Favorite director Orson Welles was known to cast the women he was married to or women who loved him. And he got some memorable performances. Some examples, courtesy of YouTube: Actress Delores del Rio In "Journey into Fear" Marlene Dietrich...
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CHURCH – More Than Just a Building An exciting Novel written By Deacon Pat Kearns. Deacon Pat Kearns is an ordained Roman Catholic Deacon and has incorporate
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City, Bethel are a bad fit
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The protesters who picketed against a Redding city charter Thursday afternoon proved themselves black-belt practitioners of rhetorical jujitsu.
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For a small city of relatively limited means, Redding sure seems to have quite a history and culture of corporate welfare. It transcends politics, persisting whether the City Council was dominated by liberals or putative conservatives.
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The Cubs are starting off the way they planned all offseason.
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The Simpson University Red Hawks swept host Concordia University (Portland, Ore.) on the road Friday.
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Hayfork's Jamie Curry is picking up right where she left off the past two prep softball seasons when she was the league MVP.
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Sometimes, even softball games have a running clock.
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I find it ironic that on the day NFL labor talks break off — all due to the arrogance of billionaires or millionaires — March Madness is kicking into high gear.
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EUREKA — Crescent City and southern Oregon bore the brunt of the tsunami event Friday, with officials reporting devastated harbors, sunken boats and a total of seven people swept out to sea, one of whom is presumed dead.
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In 1911: This was a memorable date to Mr. and Mrs. Henry Blumb of Shasta, who celebrated their 50th wedding anniversary. Mr. and Mrs. Blumb were the only remaining couple of the many who 50 years before made Shasta a prosperous city of happy homes.
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A 49-year-old Bella Vista man will begin standing trial next week on charges that he murdered his live-in girlfriend last year during a domestic dispute.
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RED BLUFF — The city has declared a new holiday.
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Construction on the first manufacturing plant inside Stillwater Business Park could start in early May.
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Nearly a dozen Shasta County men and about 125 others suspected of being unlicensed contractors were caught up in a statewide undercover sting operation Wednesday and Thursday, a spokeswoman for the Contractors State License Board said Friday.
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Q: I enjoyed your column about right-hand turns with traffic islands, especially the reader's comment suggesting your column be required reading for high school drivers. It also reminded me of another possibly confusing right-turn issue that could use some clarification.
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A pair of San Francisco Bay development groups is challenging federal habitat protections for the green sturgeon, including along the Sacramento River in the north state.
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Local firefighters and some from Siskiyou and Tehama counties participate Friday in a Rescue Systems 1 training class in Redding.
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California Gov. Jerry Brown declared a state of emergency on Friday, opening up federal disaster assistance to the north coast, where ports and harbors have been damaged by a tsunami and at least one man was presumed dead after being swept out to sea.
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Even before the tsunami triggered by Japan's massive quake hit the shores of California, local residents and Japanese students in the north state feared for their friends and families in the disaster-stricken island nation.
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A Little Magic Touch, a family-owned clothes, accessory and gift shop in Redding, is open for business.
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This SacBee article says Calif. redevelopment agencies (including Redding?) are selling bonds like crazy, and paying higher interest rates, loading up on debt to "shield tax dollars from the state." Excerpt: By fast tracking projects and pushing through bonds, these...
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Suellyn Reiss, Shingletown
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John Dixon, Redding
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How secure is Social Security?
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Who's your health care hero?
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Time is not on our side
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Shasta-Trinity's wall of silence puts lives at risk
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Diana Peacock, Redding
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In charter feud, unions waving tea party's flag
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What kind of a woman
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Farmers' real opponent? It's not Fish and Game
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April Baugh and Joseph Gonzalez
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Heather Moyer and Jacob Dean
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Kari Kinney and Adam Arak
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CherryAnne Hollister and James Brink
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Services offered: Teeth whitening
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What is it about the iPad that is so alluring to husbands everywhere? Every time an iPad commercial comes on, you get jabbed in the ribs as he announces for the hundredth time "I need one of those!" It's like living with a toddler when the "Tickle Me Elmo" was introduced. You look at his fairly new lapt
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There are lots of paper products out there, with a few brands boasting recycled content. But few have gone the distance to be what could be considered the ultimate in tree-free content.
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Dear Straight Talk: Like many girls our age, my sister and I wanted our nipples and navels pierced. We're under 18 and knew our prudish mom wouldn't consent, so we did it on the black market. Our mom normally knocks before entering our room, so we thought we could hide the evidence. However, she walked in without wa
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Nearly four months after getting into the golf business, Redding Rancheria is putting its stamp on River Bend Golf Club.
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***Good energy to all those in Japan after your massive earthquake. may the souls of the dead fly swiftly to the light and may the living be uplifted and find peace.*** Work continues on the new portrait doll project. Hours were spent trying to get an virus fighting unit onto the computer after I stupidly clicked on [...]
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Turtle Bay Exploration Park's Arbor Day on March 19 will celebrate trees and share information about them. It's also hoped that it will help bring new energy to North Valley Tree ReLeaf.
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Ask Anna columnist Anna Moseley shares a few tips for bringing order to the entryway closet.
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The Biosecurity for Birds program aims to help keep backyard chickens healthy.
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Shasta College/UC Master Gardeners offer suggestions for a backyard orchard.
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Wow, that mystery photo went over like a lead balloon! The first person to guess won the contest. "DJ" guessed it correctly at 9:02 as the Rising River Inn. Congratulations DJ! Thank you River City Java for the two prizes...
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California Gov. Jerry Brown declared a state of emergency today, opening up federal disaster assistance to the north coast where ports have been damaged by a tsunami.
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Slate attempts to answer a question I've often wondered about, regarding the North Coast. Why is Crescent City so vulnerable to tsunamis? Apparently the main culprit is the Mendocino Fracture Zone, an underwater elevation extending westward that guides tsunamis into...
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I missed yesterday's protest against a city charter, but saw a few of the signs parked outside at the meeting afterward. My favorite? The "CHARTER = BIG GOVERNMENT" signs, a theme also picked up in the press release announcing the...
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Joel Kotkin writes a smart piece on growth -- or its lack -- in California: The newly released Census reports reveal that California faces a profound gap between the cities where people are moving to and the cities that hold...
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The California Association of Realtors published a full page ad in California’s major newspapers yesterday pleading for lenders to make it easier to accomplish a Short Sale. Here is the text: An important message from the CALIFORNIA ASSOCIATION OF REALTORS®: I write on behalf of the CALIFORNIA ASSOCI
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There has been another delay in the criminal case of a 45-year-old Redding chiropractor charged with two felony counts of lewd and lascivious conduct with a 10-year-old girl.
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A 49-year-old Bella Vista man will begin standing trial next week on charges that he murdered his live-in girlfriend last year during a domestic dispute.
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Tsunami waves are causing damage in Crescent City near the California-Oregon border, the Eureka Times-Standard is reporting this morning.
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The Eureka Way business quietly closed in 2008 after nearly 40 years but the tall sign remained until this week when it was finally replaced with a fancy sign erected by the owner of Brick's Smokehouse BBQ & Grill, which...
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A comment below from Suggest/Removal in response to the Horizon Air story . The carrier, which has served Redding since 1994, will pull out on April 17. ". . . The hard part is that i5 is the Redding Airport killer
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Check out these actual local fuel prices: Fuel has been going up steadily. Today we hear of riots in Saudi Arabia to add to the Middle East storm brewing. Stocks are in the tank, even if gas isn’t. What if…?
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What was the name of this once popular "inn" and drinking establishment? Welcome to the weekly History Mystery Photo Contest. If you're the first person to give the correct answer, you'll win a $10 gift certificate from River City Java...
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In his 'quasi' blog, my first newspaper boss, Gilbert Moore, managing editor of the RS in the late Sixties and very early Seventies, recalls some horrors from the Fifties. Some, I fear, are still in use: A golden age of...
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RED BLUFF A Red Bluff man was arrested Thursday after 14 firearms, including two illegal assault weapons, were found in his storage unit, Tehama County sheriff’s deputies said.
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Conditions at Mt. Shasta Ski Park Day skiing: Open Night skiing: Open Temperature: 26 degrees. Skies: Cloudy Wind: Light Visibility: Limited Depth: 72 inches at base, 111 inches at top New snow overnight: None New snow during the past 24 hours: None Snow surface: Fresh powder on top of machine groomed Trails: 32 open, 18 gr
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OKINAWA, Japan - Rescue workers are searching the sea for hundreds of people missing after a tsunami unleashed by the worst earthquake ever to hit Japan, seismic experts say. They upgraded the quake that hit 231 miles northeast of Tokyo to a magnitude 8.9 on the Richter scale.
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The New York Times reports the surprising results of a study of collective bargaining and benefits among public employees in the various states: Wisconsin turned out to have the eighth-richest pensions of any state, replacing on average 57 percent of...
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This one has had a “Coming Soon” sign up for some time, and we’ve been wondering how it would be priced. A nicely remodeled ’60s home, this cu
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Mostly sunny skies with a high temperature near 61 degrees are in the forecast today for Redding, but rain is likely to fall over the weekend, forecasters with the National Weather Service in Sacramento say. The high temperature for both Saturday and Sunday should be near 57 degrees, and there’s also a 70 percent chance o
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I've been getting a lot of good questions lately -- it looks like you have begun to open up to The Dude! As the weather flips and flops between rain and sweet, blessed sunshine, so too seems to be the trend with your love life. Fear not, The Dude is in! This week's session has [...]
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What: Children's drawings will create the blueprint for a new community playground in west Redding When: Tuesday (March 15), 6 p.m. Where: Manzanita Elementary School cafeteria The Active 20-30 Club and Redding West Rotary have partnered with the City of Redding to build a new playground in T.R. Woods Memorial Park, on Su
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I'm in my house. I actually live here, get mail here, fall asleep and wake up here. It's not totally finished, but close enough. I'm still missing some closet details (like rods and shelves), and I've not removed the stickers from new windows and doors (WHY are stickers so hard to remove?!)  The main thing is the (form
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Don't exploit tragedy
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Seniors, learn something new
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It's an often-repeated cliche about life in a police uniform that officers never know, when they start their shift, whether it might be the day that they have to take someone's life — or someone tries to take theirs. It's also true.
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Everyone knows that the U.S. budget is being devoured by entitlements. Everyone also knows that of the Big Three — Medicare, Medicaid and Social Security — Social Security is the most solvable.
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A group forming to oppose efforts to explore a city charter for Redding rallied in front of City Hall during Thursday's afternoon commute.
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The driver of a pickup led Anderson police and Shasta County sheriff's deputies on a chase Thursday afternoon that police say reached speeds greater than 90 mph.
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Fancy an afternoon of English country dancing, a cup of tea and some polite conversation about Jane Austen?
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Add Mountain View Middle School in Redding to the list of local schools embracing solar energy to slash rising electricity costs.
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A north state man accused of resisting arrest after a U.S. Forest Service law enforcement officer went to his Chico home in February 2010 to warn him against posting advertisements for his business on a Forest Service bulletin board was acquitted Wednesday by a U.S. magistrate judge in Redding.
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SACRAMENTO — The Foothill High School boys basketball team woke the Dragons on Thursday night — and played them within an inch of their postseason lives.
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Dunsmuir City Council members trust Siskiyou County Sheriff Jon Lopey, and on Thursday they made it official.
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The Northern Section basketball finals last weekend at Chico State capped off a great season of play between north state opponents.
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SAN FRANCISCO — The run finally ended for the Patriots.
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At the Shasta County Arts Council board meeting Tuesday night, the committee announced Debra Lucero of Chico will be the new interim director of the nonprofit organization.
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The spring season has arrived and that means one thing — preseason tournaments.
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WEAVERVILLE — The first-ever Northern California state boys basketball playoff game in town turned out to be everything for the locals — except for a win.
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Wrestlers will be coming to Shasta College on Saturday for the annual Oregon vs. California vs. Washington Senior All-Star Dual.
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Those living in a Trinity County rural community that's become synonymous with large-scale marijuana grows may find themselves waiting even longer for firefighters to protect their homes during a wildfire.
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Grand reopening at Baskin-Robbins
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In 1911: Frank Brown and a companion, asleep in their cabin at the Uncle Sam Mine, were picked up, cabin and all, by an unusually strong gust of wind and transported 100 feet down the mountainside by the force of the near-hurricane.
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Redding has approved a petition by 38 unrepresented workers to form a union.
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Horizon Air is pulling out of Redding.
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About three dozen local officials, business leaders and community representatives mustered against chilly rain and wind Thursday morning at Redding City Hall to defend redevelopment.
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After three years of traveling four or five hours from Redding to work as a guide for fall-run Chinook salmon, Dave Jacobs said he is looking forward to fishing the Sacramento River and its tributaries again in a few months.
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The dawn of every new sports season arrives with a sense of anticipation and optimism for the coming year. But the hopes of short track auto racing fans are different from those of “stick and ball” sports fans, whose primary concern is the fate of their favorite team. What short track auto racing fans dream [...]
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Travelin' in Time is a weekly look at historic places or people in the north state.
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Agency: Whiskeytown National Recreation Area
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A group forming to oppose efforts to explore a city charter for Redding rallied in front of City Hall during today's afternoon commute.
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What: Family 2nd Saturday: Discover Your Local, National and State Parks When: Saturday (March 12), 10:30 a.m. - 3:30 p.m.; children’s book author Mike Graf at 11 a.m. Where: Turtle Bay Exploration Park Our unique area is blessed with beautiful national and state parks that are easy to access and amazing to explore. Come
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Horizon Air is pulling out of Redding.
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Lee Seely, Redding
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Sylvia Lang, Redding
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Obama's Social Security hoax
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RPD veteran's quick responseis a life-saver
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The driver of a pickup led Anderson police officers and Shasta County sheriff’s deputies on a chase this afternoon that police say reached speeds greater than 90 mph.
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My article today about short sales might have given the impression that these transactions won't hurt your credit. From the article: "Short sales allow troubled borrowers to dodge the hit to their credit scores that would c
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A misdemeanor count of public intoxication has been dismissed against a Shasta County woman who was at the center of a 2004 murder that saw her two sons sentenced to life in prison.
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Human remains were discovered Wednesday in the Sacramento River. At around 10:30, a fisherman was just down-river from the North Market Street Bridge when he spotted the skeletal human remains. The Shasta County Sheriff’s Department launched a boat and recovered the remains. The Coroner’s Office has determine
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Siskiyou County authorities are looking for new leads in a cold case. A six-thousand dollar reward is being offered by secret witness for information leading to the arrest and prosecution of the people involved in the disappearance of Kimberlie Kantonen. The 19-year-old woman was last seen in the Hornbrook area on March
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Just a few years after the environmental zealots at the Center for Biological Diversity sued to force protection of the green sturgeon, whose spawning waters in California run right up the Sacramento River to little old Redding -- and whose...
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Three people are behind bars following a search in Corning. Local, State and Federal agencies executed a search warrant in the four-thousand block of Columbia Avenue Wednesday. During a search of a cab-over camper on the property, Agents reportedly found over 45 grams of Methamphetamine, scales, packaging material and a
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At least, that's what will happen to the state, counties and cities if the pension fund follows through with an actuarial recommendation to trim its projected earnings. Public-pension maven Ed Mendel has the skinny: CalPERS actuaries are recommending a small...
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WILLOWS - The criminal trial of a Redding woman accused of having sexual relations with an Orland High School wrestler and sending sexually explicit text messages to at least one other was postponed today in Glenn County Superior Court, a court spokeswoman said.
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An aural reminder of how dangerous it can be on the mean streets of Redding. From the Redding Peace Officers' Association web site:...
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A $6,000 reward has been posted in connection with the 1989 disappearance and possible murder of a Siskiyou County woman.
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1. Sock Hop and Ice Cream Social 4 to 9 p.m. Saturday in the Atrium at the Market Street Promenade. Includes ice-cream making contest (pre-register at Leatherby’s), dancing to the oldies, presentations by “Happy Days: The Musical” cast, swing dancing lessons, toy building, family portraits, face painting, food v
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Artist Lynda Nolte, a Fresno native, made her way to the north state nine years ago when her husband accepted a job at Shasta College. The couple met when Lynda, a naturalist park ranger, worked in Yosemite and Kings Canyon National Parks. Her artistic passions developed as a child were nurtured when she studied art and des
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Todd Cogle has been eating at Señor Rosas, off Eureka Way in west Redding, for close to 20 years – first as a student at nearby Shasta High and now as a Redding police officer. Two or three times a week, during a break on his 2 p.m.-to-midnight patrol shift, Cogle grabs a burrito or an order of fish tacos.
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• Music Series Starts • It’s St. Patrick’s Day – Drink Beer • “Flight Night” • Weekend Getaway • Head for the Hills • Wine Round-up
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Redding’s lawns are notoriously thirsty. On a hot summer day, the typical home uses enough water to fill 19 55-gallon drums, with the bulk of the water used to irrigate lawns.
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Ben Day said there’s something cool about getting to act cool, and what could be cooler than being The Fonz?
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Word making the e-mail circles is that a protest, organized by the 5 Counties Central Labor Council, (never mind that bit; see below) will push back against the charter-city idea in front of City Hall this afternoon, before this evening's...
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This photo was taken around 1915 and shows both Gladstone Mine "mansions" and other buildings associated with the mine operations. Mine owner I. O. Jillson commissioned world famous architect Gustave Stickley, father of the American Arts & Crafts movement, to...
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"...anyone who has sat at the bedside of a seriously ill or recently bereaved loved one knows the toll involved in devoting singular attention to the needs of another suffering person".
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Ordinary citizens can play an extraordinary role in the community by serving on the Shasta County Grand Jury--the watchdog over local government. A gratifying year is spent by 19 volunteers who investigate actions of local government entities, report on those investigations, and make recommendations for positive change. Now
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Westside Performing Arts Company, a non-profit professional performing arts company and an auxiliary of the Shasta County Arts Council, is preparing for its fourth year of musical theatre instruction.
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The Gaia Hotel was transformed into a beautiful “Moroccan Nights” venue when the Educational Foundation of University Preparatory School (UPREP) held its 3rd Annual Auction/Dinner event Saturday evening.
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A new community health clinic is now providing comprehensive, affordable dental care to patients of all ages.
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Conditions at Mt. Shasta Ski Park Day skiing: Open Night skiing: Open Temperature: 35 degrees. Skies: Foggy Wind: Light Visibility: Limited Depth: 70 inches at base, 109 inches at top New snow overnight: None New snow during the past 24 hours: None Snow surface: Fresh powder on top of machine groomed Trails: 32 open, 18 gro
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A north state man accused of resisting arrest after a U.S. Forest Service law enforcement officer went to his Chico home in February 2010 to warn him against posting advertisements for his business on a Forest Service bulletin board was acquitted Wednesday by a U.S. magistrate judge in Redding.
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I don't want to be a capricious critic on this topic, but I'm going to start this missive out by saying: Today's gas strike will not work.While I am wholly supportive of Americans coming together at a grassroots level to do something about fuel costs skyrocketing toward five dollars per gallon, simply not pu
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We love to show bank owned multifamily 1 – 4 units. Investors can buy these income p
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Here’s the latest crop of Freddie Mac foreclosed homes that will be coming up for sale soon. They are not yet priced, but if you have an interest in any of these we can get you more information. Property Status: PRE-LISTING Address City County St Bed Bath Zip Code: 96003 1729 MARIGOL
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Rain should soak Redding and the north state today with a blanket of snow expected to cover the higher elevations of Shasta County, forecasters with the National Weather Service in Sacramento say. Snow levels should be above the 4,500 to 5,500-foot levels. Today’s high temperature in Redding should be around 56 degrees, a
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LASSEN VOLCANIC NATIONAL PARK -- A lengthy environmental review process is underway for an extensive project to replace the aging utility infrastructure at the historic park headquarters in Mineral. The current utility system – which encompasses power, water, wastewater, propane gas, and telecommunications – is “antiq
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The Foothill High School boys basketball team has gotten used to playing Northern California playoff games at home.
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The Shasta Family Justice Center (SFJC) will host a Sock Hop and Ice Cream Social in the Atrium at the Market Street Promenade in Redding this Saturday, March 12, 2011 from 4 p.m. to 9 p.m.  Tickets cost $5 and kids under 10 years old are free.  Tickets can be purchased at Leatherby’s Family Creamery [...]
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Actor Andy Rooney testified to Congress last week that he was financially abused by a family member. Both famous and ordinary seniors can become victims of physical, financial and emotional abuse. Fortunately, Adult Protective Services (APS) is available to help. The APS in Shasta County provides services and assistance to
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Being healthy is related to eating nutritiously. Long-term healthy eating comes from viewing the foods you eat as an enjoyable source of nutrition. That's why it's important to eat only foods that you like.
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Shasta Blood Center announced this week it is in need of O+ and O- blood.
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Let me set this straight: I love milk. I've been drinking it since I was a kid and ice cream just would not be the same without it. But as a dermatologist, I've come to recognize that the white nectar is problematic for the skin.
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Kent Dagg never lost reputation
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According to the latest census figures, Shasta County's 177,223 residents (as of April of last year) amount to a barely one-twentieth of 1 percent of the nation's population. But, by one measure, the county has a full tenth of its giving spirit.
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One of the odder exchanges I've ever seen during a congressional hearing involved Attorney General Eric Holder, Texas Republican Rep. Lamar Smith, and the phrase "radical Islam."
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Perhaps the most impressive individual performance at this year's Northern Section basketball championships came from Trinity senior Justin Jeangerard, who used his all-around game to lift the Wolves to a Division V championship over Liberty Christian on Friday at Chico State.
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The Shasta High School baseball team dropped its season opener, falling 8-4 to Lassen at home on Wednesday.
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It seemed like the talent was getting better and records have been trending upward the past few years.
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All this talk of new census data and decennial political reapportionments has had me staring a lot the past few days at the Shasta County Board of Supervisors' district map and wondering if it makes much sense. Broadly speaking, the...
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The Redding police officer wounded Monday by a gunman following a deadly traffic stop on South Market Street was identified Wednesday as eight-year RPD veteran Russell Veilleaux.
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A two-month string of rising foreclosure activity in Shasta County was snapped in February.
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California's budget crisis may force north state veterans to wait a little longer for the much anticipated opening of the Northern California Veterans Home in Redding.
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Shasta Regional Medical Center's owners have hired a PR firm to defend their image in the wake of allegations they may be over-reporting rates of blood poisoning and senior malnutrition cases to get more money from the Medicare system.
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Redding real estate broker Doug Juenke admittedly was doing it wrong.
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Shasta County planning commissioners today will consider granting a use permit for a 120-foot radio tower in Burney that would go up near the controversial wind turbines that some residents said ruined their rural town's skyline.
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Students take local product to marketing event
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Fifteen years ago, Joanne Tippin, a registered dietitian, noticed an increasing number of her patients showing symptoms of diabetes and pre-diabetes.
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A 3-year-old boy who shot himself Feb. 13 at his great-grandfather's home outside Shingletown is more severely injured than previously thought, his mother said Wednesday.
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Two drivers led local law enforcement officers on separate car chases Wednesday afternoon in the Redding area.
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In 1911: The pathetic sufferings of Vern Hughes, 3-year-old son of Mr. and Mrs. Walter Hughes of Redding, had been unable to lie down for a whole year for fear of strangulation. The parents and their son left this city Tuesday for Sacramento, where he will be operated upon by a throat specialist.
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A Redding man found a body Wednesday morning while fishing in a secluded spot on the Sacramento River.
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Building permit valuation is rising
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Too old for this but it sure looks fun. This guy's got all the gear....
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I used to work with a woman I'll call M. M was probably about 10 years older than me, so let's say she was born in 1946.When M was 16 - 1962 - she was unmarried and pregnant and poor. A woman she knew asked her if she would like to earn some money by helping her at a party she was giving, serving appetizers, cle
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I never thought I'd be linking to a colon-cancer-screening PSA, but Redding's own Jesse Rosten gives me good reason to do so....
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Jim Stoll, Redding
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Delusions of the politically correct
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Honor comes from those who know service
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At last week's Redding City Council priority-setting meeting, residents of Hawley Road --- the stub at the north end of Churn Creek Road -- as well as the residents of new neighborhoods along Churn Creek got the bad news that...
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A Redding man found a body this morning while fishing in a secluded spot on the Sacramento River.
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Tehama County drug task force agents today arrested three people and seized methamphetamine and cash in Corning.
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Fire crews have extinguished a fire reported on the 12000 block of Witch Way off Oasis Road in far north Redding.
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How do I respond to having a little extra cash? In these tough times, with the price of gas skyrocketing, economics uncertain you would think I’d sit on it but I am buying books. I somehow fell into a recalling of the glory of BiBa and had to have a closer look. First frank and [...]
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Two drivers led local law enforcement officers on separate car chases this afternoon in the Redding area.
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A new community health clinic is now providing comprehensive, affordable dental care to patients of all ages. Rolling Hills Clinic is a state-of-the-art dental clinic offering family and pediatric dentistry, periodontal care, implants, walk-in service for urgent dental care, and more. An experienced staff of pediatric den
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The Shasta County Sheriff’s Office has identified the man shot and killed by a Redding Police Officer earlier this week, and R-P-D has released the names of the involved Officers. A traffic stop was conducted Monday morning on a Pontiac Grand Am with three occupants: 54-year-old Jose Venavides and two juveniles. Th
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The words over at Three Word Wednesday are dainty, haunting and tantalize. NotesShe mumbles in the affirmative, as to her presence in the classroom and raises the immediate attention - and ire - of her teacher.“Emma Anne Curtis is that g
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A man who stepped in to help a domestic violence victim was stabbed Tuesday night in Redding. Just after Six O’clock, Officers were called to the corner of Westside Road and Buenaventura Boulevard for a reported stabbing. Once on scene, they found 28-year-old William Glore on the ground bleeding. Glore told Officer
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It’s doubtful that anybody in Redding has failed to notice, but the new Cypress Avenue Bridge is complete. just a few finishing touches are being done in preparation for the official ribbon-cutting ceremony on March 24th. The project to replace Redding’s primary river-crossing began four years and 62-million
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A 27-year-old Redding man was apprehended after a police pursuit Tuesday night. At around 11:15, Redding Police Officers on Bechelli Lane near Leila Avenue spotted a 1996 Toyota Corolla being driven erratically, and with no headlights. A traffic stop was attempted, but the car reportedly sped away, then turned east on Cy
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A prior-strike felon apparently didn’t make an effort to work with the system in Tehama County, so the system has worked him over. Alejandro Maximino Sanchez was the target of a drug investigation when Sheriff’s Deputies arrived at his home with a search warrant last January. They located Methamphetamine and
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A particularly lousy house guest is in Siskiyou County Jail for allegedly terrorizing his hosts. Siskiyou County Sheriff’s Deputies were called at around 7 O’clock Tuesday night to a house in Montague. After a brief investigation, Deputies determined that 26-year-old Jack Huffman Junior had become irate after
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Here's a link to psychologist Doug Craig's Sunday morning radio show this week -- on understanding and managing chronic anger. Some good insights and tips and reading material. And you don't need to pay his usual hourly fee....
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The identities of the two Redding police officers who were involved in Monday's fatal shooting of a Redding man on South Market Street were released this morning by the Redding Police Department.
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A Redding city charter that would scale back prevailing-wage rules is at the moment just a notion that's been discussed, and is far from going on the ballot, let alone being approved by the voters (a necessity for any charter),...
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Conditions at Mt. Shasta Ski Park Day skiing: Open Night skiing: Closed Temperature: 31 degrees. Skies: Foggy Wind: Light Visibility: Limited Depth: 70 inches at base, 109 inches at top New snow overnight: None New snow during the past 24 hours: None Snow surface: Fresh powder on top of machine groomed Trails: 32 open, 21 g
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He writes about them in his regular letter to the Shasta Builders' Exchange membership here....
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Great story in today's paper about a proposed park at French Gulch on the former Gladstone Mine property. There's tons of history out there, that's for sure. The photo shows the company-owned cabins for married couples that once stood beside...
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Who are you sexually attracted to? What is it about someone that draws you in? What if you lived in a society that told you your sexual preference was unacceptable and you had to, by law, choose the other sex for your relationships? Could you do it simply because it's what society expects? Ignorance and [...]
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UCLA's Anderson Forecast on California's business environment is good news for Stillwater Business Park. The quarterly report, which was featured in today's paper, says the Golden State's regulations aren't necessarily killing off business and motivating companies to flee for states like Texas. No, the Lo
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... but if I were, I'd think this is a sign it's time to sell. The AP reports, in an item published in today's paper, that "the little guy is back" in the stock market: CHICAGO (AP) -- As...
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A 21-year-old Redding man suspected of stabbing another man Tuesday evening with an 8-inch knife was arrested early this morning by police.
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The membership of the Shasta Association of Realtors were pleased to have guest speaker Bob Angulo on March 2, 2011. Bob is the real estate fraud investigator for the DA. He was here to discuss the various investigations underwa
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This one once listed for $439K. Slightly over 2.5 acres of horse property with a well equipped 4 stall barn in desirable Palo Cedro. We don’t often feature manufa
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Our dear friend and musical mentor, Nick Ciampi, will be rocking Vintage in Downtown Redding this Saturday night, at the ArtHop After-Party. Nick plays the folk rock tunes you know by heart and a huge selection of his original tunes. In addition to being an all-around wonderful guy, Nick is also an inventor, music
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A Redding man was arrested Tuesday night on suspicion of vehicle theft and other criminal charges after trying to elude police officers, police said this morning.
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Partly sunny skies with a high temperature near 65 degrees are in Redding’s weather forecast for today, but rain is almost certain to fall here on Thursday, forecasters with the National Weather Service in Sacramento say. Thursday’s high temperature should be near 59 degrees. Although forecasters say tomorrow’s rain s
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The story of the broken family court system is huge news, the kind of news that could make a journalism career yet even though they have all been contacted locally; the Record Searchligt, Channel 7, channel 12/ 24 and local blogs etc. they will have nothing to do with it.Recently, Marin and Sacramento courts wer
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Congratulations to the nearly 700 runners who competed in last Saturday’s Nor-Cal John Frank Memorial 10-, 3- and 1-mile races on the Sacramento River bike path in Redding. Congrats also to everyone who competed in the Frosty Fun Runs series, which concluded with the Nor-Cal event. The low-key but still competitive fun ru
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Click here for a Press Release from the Redding Police Department regarding the Officer Involved Shooting.
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Due to mechanical problems, regular Record Searchlight deliveries could be delayed until 7:30 a.m. today.
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I love to bake, but I'm trying to control my weight. Any ideas? Fat ensures that your baked goods are moist and tender, but you can dial it down and still make them delectable with a few basic swaps.
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The biggest myth about labor unions is that unions are for the workers. Unions are for unions, just as corporations are for corporations and politicians are for politicians.
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In government, the trust that transparency fosters is its own reward — even if it doesn't make a dollar's worth of difference to the outcome.
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Science Bowl is tale worth telling
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PALO CEDRO — Turns out it was Black and Red Tuesday.
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The Anderson High School girls basketball team fell to Marin Catholic 60-30 in a Northern California Division IV first-round playoff game on Tuesday.
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The Sun Oaks Aquatics of Redding (SOAR) swim team finished fifth at the Sierra Nevada Junior Olympics short-course championships at Solano College over the weekend.
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SHASTA LAKE — The Northern Section has one less team in the hunt for a state title.
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So much for any negative Patriots hangover over a tough section final loss.
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COTTONWOOD — The performing arts center at West Valley High School was transformed Tuesday into a real-life courtroom, complete with a Shasta County Superior Court judge, bailiffs, a prosecutor and a public defender.
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Before purchasing a 365-acre parcel of land in French Gulch three years ago, Steven Walker of Placerville, a self-proclaimed "history nut," dived into historical archives to discover the area used to be a town called Jillsonville centered around one of the most successful gold mines in Shasta County.
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In 1911: Miss Ida Alexander and Miss E. Kellogg, the two intrepid women trappers who came to Hayfork three weeks ago to search the Trinity wilds for zoological specimens for the state university, made an unexpected find along a mountain trail. They came across the dead body of Charles Douglas, an Indian aged 90 years who ha
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Two girls suffered major injuries Tuesday afternoon after their go-kart overturned in Cottonwood.
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Who do unions serve? Themselves
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Brian Martin, Redding
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Redistricting panel serves cause of trust
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Redding police responded this evening to a reported stabbing at a gas station.
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Mark Bittman has stopped writing his normal recipe column in the NY Times in favor of more in-depth pieces about things like sustainable agriculture and how McDonald's managed to make a bowl of oatmeal unhealthy.But he recently wrote a very good column about how to make four basic kinds of soup, so I am putting
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Two Redding residents are among 20 finalists nationwide for Citizen Service Before Self Honors, a congressional medal called the most prestigious civilian award in America. Fred Salanti, founder of the Missing in America Project, and Debbie Allen, who has influenced state legislation and educated hundreds of children about
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The five actors in the cast of Shasta College’s new spring play “Circle Mirror Transformation” could each probably teach acting at the Redding junior college. That might be part of the point. Shasta theater instructor Robert Soffian occasionally gathers a skilled community cast and directs a dynamic ...
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Reports are compiled by Western Outdoor News. Go to www.wonews.com or subscribe at wonsubs.com. Call 800-290-2929. BEST BITES LAKE ALMANOR — The ramps are all open again and anglers are headed back out. Hit the inflows in areas such as the Bailey Creek Flats, the east shore, and around Prattville. From the bank, float a p
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What: An ice cream making contest, hosted by the Shasta Family Justice Center and Leatherby’s Family Creamery When: March 12, 6 p.m. Where: Inside the Atrium at the Market Street Promenade Are you an ice cream maker? Enter your best flavor in the Shasta Family Justice Center & Leatherby’s Family Creamery Ice Cream
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Two girls suffered major injuries this afternoon after their go-kart overturned in Cottonwood.
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On a cold, slick morning that promised to bring yet another snowfall to Redkey, Ind., I put on most of what I’d packed in my suitcase and skated off to face a seriously cute firing squad otherwise known as the children of Redkey Elementary.
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The man fatally shot during a traffic stop Monday in south Redding was identified this afternoon as 54-year-old Jose Venavides of Redding, who has "an extensive criminal history," Shasta County Sheriff's Captain Jeff Foster said. UPDATE, March 10: Today, the Redding Police Department has named the two officers involved in t
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The man shot and killed Monday by a Redding police officer was identified this afternoon as being Jose Venavides, 54, of Redding.
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I recently was overcome with the urge to purchase a chub of "Liverwurst" as I was browsing through the Deli section at my local Mart.  Quickly pounced on by (family) observers, I was besotted with questions (?); What is that? Why would you eat it?  To wit I could only respond, uhm, well, I don't know?
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The Washington, D.C.-based Congressional Medal of Honor Foundation has selected Redding’s Debbie Allen and Fred Salanti as two of 20 finalists for the prestigious Citizen Service Before Self Honors award.
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Residents of a Bella Vista neighborhood with damaged roads voted 29 to 8 to increase their taxes to repair these roads.
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A woman accused of stealing millions of dollars from a Red Bluff logging company has taken a plea agreement. Cheryl Lynn Holder was the long-time office manager for John Wheeler Logging. She was arrested on January 6th of last year, and released on a quarter-million dollar bond a week later. The company’s board of
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Fire gutted the garage of a residence in east Redding. At 1:13 Monday afternoon, Redding Fire responded to the structure fire, located just off School Street, almost across the street from Fire Station #5. Deputy Chief Gerry Grey tells us there was little that firefighters could do to save the garage. Nobody was injured
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A Red Bluff man returned home from work Monday night on a sour note, discovering that someone had stolen three precious guitars from him. 46-year-old Derek Kilpatrick told Tehama County Sheriff’s Deputies that sometime between 2:30pm and 10:30pm somebody entered his house in the 11000 block of Rawson Road through t
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We love to tour luxury homes on the agent caravan on Tuesdays. This home at 13457 Tierra Heights in north Redding is a beauty. Just a few years old, this 3461 sqft 3/3.5 is on .8 acre in the gated Tierra Heights neighborhood. Repres
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LegiStorm, a congressional watchdog, opens a window in a report out today about congressional staff bonuses -- and how some defeated members of Congress offered golden handshakes to their aides. Nearly 1 in 10 House members paid at least six-figure...
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A Sacramento man pleaded guilty today to two counts of arson for starting two separate fires on Oct. 21 that caused $55 million in damage to the Westfield Galleria Mall in Roseville and minor damage to a Sacramento County Wal-Mart on Antelope Road.
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A statewide Amber Alert has been issued after a man allegedly abducted his 8-month-old son from the mother's residence in Porterville in Southern California.
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Americans for Tax Reform -- Grover Norquist's anti-tax lobby -- is "robocalling" in the districts of what it apparently thinks are wobbly Republicans. The include, surprisingly enough, Jim Nielsen. From MarketWatch: Americans for Tax Reform, the influential conservative group headed...
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On your mortgage, that is. CoreLogic released a report today that shows nearly a quarter of U.S. borrowers in the fourth quarter of 2010 owed more on their mortgage than their house was worth. It's much worse in foreclosure-ravaged states like California and Arizona, where roughly half of all mortgages ar
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RED BLUFF - Three guitars, including a $1,500 Les Paul model, were reported stolen Monday from a Red Bluff home, Tehama County sheriff’s deputies reported today.
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Why do level-headed people who love their kids' teacher and wave high to the mailman every day get in a twist over public-employee unions? Because of stories like this: At a time when San Jose faces more than a $100...
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RED BLUFF - Tehama County sheriff’s deputies are continuing to investigate today the theft of a small safe, copper wiring, survey equipment and a computer hard drive from a Red Bluff business
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Conditions at Mt. Shasta Ski Park Day skiing: Open Night skiing: Closed Temperature: 28 degrees. Skies: snow flurries Wind: Light Visibility: Limited Depth: 70 inches at base, 109 inches at top New snow overnight: Trace amounts New snow during the past 24 hours: Trace amounts Snow surface: Fresh powder on top of machine gro
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A July 26 trial date was set this morning in Shasta County Superior Court for a 26-year-old Redding man accused of twice running down a man in downtown Redding and driving away.
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Most of the land along the creeks in the Cottonwood area have by now been nearly all taken up and occupied by farmers. 61 homesteads have been claimed on the three branches of Cottonwood Creek. W. S. Knott, an employee...
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Sitting here typing this update, I am really kind of bummed. Honey Bandit has avoided getting cast for almost one week. It was his longest span of not getting stuck. Then, just 10 minutes ago, HB got himself stuck in...
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Ninth Circuit Judge Alex Kozinski, in remarks in Redding Sunday, wisely warned about posting private stuff on the Internet. He has some personal experience that he failed to disclose in his talk to an ACLU gathering. Seems that in 2009...
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This one looked familiar. It had been previously listed as a bank owned 1243 sqft 3/2 with hardwood floors through another agent, but apparently Fannie Mae decided to try a different agent. Hm, you know what they say, there’s no loyalty
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Partly sunny skies are in Redding’s weather forecast for today, but there’s also a 30 percent chance of rain, forecasters with the National Weather Service in Sacramento say. Today’s high temperature should be near 58 degrees, while tonight’s low should dip to around 44 degrees. Mostly sunny skies, as well as a high
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Citizens should listen to Lopey
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We humans change our technology. Then it returns the favor. That caution was at the heart of a talk on technology, privacy and the law that Judge Alex Kozinski, chief judge of the U.S. 9th Circuit Court of Appeals, delivered in Redding this weekend at an American Civil Liberties Union event.
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Go online today and buy a book or DVD from an independent California-based seller on Barnesandnoble.com and you will pay a bit of sales tax. Buy the same book from Amazon.com and you won't.
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The road to Arco Arena for the prep basketball state championship begins today.
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The Shasta High School boys golf team finished fifth out of 10 teams in the Chico Invitational at Butte Creek Golf Course on Monday.
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A Shasta High School teacher accused of fondling one of his students had his Monday settlement conference in Shasta County Superior Court postponed until April 11.
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Real Living Real Estate Professionals will host a home buyers' clinic at 11 a.m. on Saturday.
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Saying he's innocent until proven guilty, Charles David Berlinghoff will get to test that long-held principle of justice beginning in August.
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Separate fires destroyed mobile homes in South Redding Monday morning and Shingletown Sunday night, and another blaze caused $35,000 in damage Monday afternoon to an Enterprise neighborhood home.
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Would you be willing to provide a safe, nurturing home to a crape myrtle, alder, dogwood or redbud?
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A settlement may be near in the case of a Burney woman who was convicted in 2004 of murdering her husband in 1992 only to see her conviction overturned last year by an appellate court.
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Residents of a Bella Vista neighborhood today will ask Shasta County supervisors to support a petition to increase their taxes to fix the area's weathered roads.
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A Redding police officer was shot and the suspect in the shooting was fatally wounded by another officer Monday after a traffic stop and the attempted arrest went awry.
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Siskiyou County ranchers and farmers, who say wardens already have threatened them with criminal prosecution if they don't obtain irrigation permits, may face even more intensive water restrictions in the months to come.
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Scene! — March 8, 2011
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From the clip... "The place you should study isn't the bust, it's the boom that should make you leary, that's the thrust of my theory" I look forward to reading Road to Serfdom....
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Twenty-five years ago, breakfast for me was either two cups of coffee, or two cups of coffee with a maple bar. At lunchtime, I’d grab a burger or a dog, usually accompanied by fries and a Coke. By mid-afternoon, my butt was dragging. This morning’s breakfast was two cups of coffee – plus unsweetened vanilla [...]
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Small farm program honors couple
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Talk about culture shock: Imagine young people immersed in a world without the Internet or video games, spending their days planting, weeding, composting, mucking out stables, clearing brush. Most are college age, taking breaks from their laptops and the lecture hall to go out and work in the dirt.
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Here are some myth-busting tips on saving gas in these times of rising pump prices. The skinny? Don't worry about running the air conditioner, forget about those additives, an
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Privacy? Thanks, but we're too busy updating our blogs
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Close loopholes
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Sharli Haines, French Gulch
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A Shasta High School teacher accused of fondling one of his students had his settlement conference postponed Monday in Shasta County Superior Court until April 11.
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It’s a Monday and a lovely one at that. The sun has been shining all day and I’ve got a really cool new project. I have been commissioned to create portrait dolls of three beautiful girls and their cousin. Another Etsian, one who happens to live in the same town, wants her daughters and niece [...]
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A settlement may be near in the case of a Burney woman who was convicted in 2004 of murdering her husband in 1992 only to see her conviction overturned last year by an appellate court.
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Saying he’s innocent until proven guilty, Charles David Berlinghoff will get to test that long-held principle of justice beginning in August.
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One man is dead and a Redding police officer is shot after a S. Market Street traffic stop led to a physical struggle and shooting late this morning, Shasta County Sheriff's Sgt. Dave Kent said today. The man was in a teal Pontiac Grand Am pulled over at S. Market Street and Elmwood Street, near the Good News Rescue ...
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A mobile home was destroyed by fire Monday morning in South Redding. Just after 9am, Redding Fire Crews were called to the Safari Mobile Home Park in the 22-hundred block of Jewell lane. According to Redding Fire Battalion Chief Shane Lauderdale, when firefighters arrived the home was 75 percent engulfed in flames. No on
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Red Bluff Police say two injured men discovered hiding in the bushes had attempted to attack a woman, and were repelled by two unknown samaritans. Just before 2 a-m Saturday morning, a fight was reported involving several people in the parking lot of the Riverside Bar and Grill. When Officers arrived, all they saw at fir
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It took the threat of a Police K-9 to root a man out of an attic in Anderson Sunday. Following anonymous tips, Anderson Police arrived just after Four O’clock Sunday afternoon to an apartment in the 26-hundred block of Alamo Drive looking for 29-year-old Adam Michaels and 22-year-old Megan Ebert, both of whom had m
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An unidentified man is dead after being shot by a Redding Police Officer. The suspect had reportedly fired on another Officer, wounding him in the arm. The suspect was being arrested following a traffic stop on South Market Street at Elmwood Street at around 11:30 Monday morning. During the arrest, the Officer noticed th
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One of the long-standing criticisms of California's redevelopment law is that it lets city officials declare almost any property to be "blighted" --- often including land that's never been subject to any development in the first place. But that's not...
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Q. Is the pursuit of wealth a bad thing? Ideally, lay Buddhists pursue and achieve wealth in accordance with right livelihood. Income obtained through theft, exploitation or any form of harming other people, other beings or the environment is not considered right livelihood. Exclusively selfish expenditures are not consider
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The Redding Peace Officers' Association would like to thank all of the allied agencies that responded to assist and support our members today when one of our officers was shot and another was forced to use deadly force to protect them both. Thankfully, our officer's injuries are not life-threatening. Thank you to all of the
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A man is dead and a Redding police officer was wounded in a shooting after a traffic stop in south Redding this morning.
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A fire destroyed a mobile home this morning in South Redding.
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Tobert Halvorson purchased five acres on both sides of East and South Streets in Redding in 1945. A natural spring and an Indian sweat lodge once occupied the site. Later, three shacks were built on the crest of the hill...
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Farmer, author and local food movement guru Joel Salatin likes to say of his Polyface Farms in western Virginia: "Our pigs have a great life - and one bad day." I was reminded of that whilst reading the chapter on...
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This 1981 built 3/2 is listed as 1648 sqft and has a detached 2 car garage on almost 1/3 acre. We see it once listed for $275K. Now, half off. Representing the seller, which is apparently Freddie Mac, is foreclosure listing agent Kevin Burns
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This home sits in a singular setting on a peninsula to itself, overlooking water. It’s been for sale since 2008, when it was listed for a hopeful $2.5M. Y
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Odds are pretty good that its going to rain this week in Redding and the north state. There’s a 30 percent chance of showers after 4 p.m. today, but the day should be mostly sunny, meteorologists with the National Weather Service in Sacramento say. Today’s high should be near 59 degrees Winds will be between 7 and 11 mp
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What: The first Slide, Ride, Run & Glide Extreme Mobility Challenge When: April 17, 7 a.m. Where: Mt. Shasta Ski Park, Mount Shasta Cost: $75 per person or $250 per team of 4 Visit www.slideriderunglide.com for information and registration The Slide, Ride, Run and Glide Extreme Mobility Challenge is a new venue for a
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What: Happy Days When: March 17-20 and 25-26 Where: McLaughlin Theatre, Sequoia Middle School Cost: $15; tickets available here Goodbye gray skies, hello blue! Happy days are here again with Richie, Potsie, Ralph Malph and the unforgettable “king of cool” Arthur “The Fonz” Fonzarelli. Based on the hit Paramount Pict
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What: 7th Annual KIXE Mother-Daughter Tea Party When: May 1, 2 p.m. Where: Shasta Senior Nutrition Programs 100 Mercy Oaks Drive, Redding Cost: $25 per person. This open seating event is intended for young ladies, ages 5 to 105. This event has limited seating and sells out early. Purchase tickets at:  KIXE, 603 North Marke
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ASHLAND, Ore. -- First, let's lay it out in economic terms. The Oregon Shakespeare Festival is doing something right. Even as the recession continues to squeeze the U.S. like a penny-pinching matron, our small-town neighbor to the north has seen two consecutive record-breaking seasons in ticket sales.  This trend-bucking
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If the American concept of responsive, representative government means anything, it's that bureaucracies don't have unchecked power. Unelected regulators and administrators answer to the legislative branch, which enacts the laws that they administer.
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There is a heated debate around the country and certainly in Washington, D.C., over the serious matter of our federal and state budgets, our economy and about jobs.
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"Our community will suffer less from potholes than from ignorance."
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Makaylah Fazzari is a 17-year-old senior at Shasta High School. She has been creating art since she was 2 years old, drawing amoebas. She excels in every medium she encounters, including clay and jewelry making. Makaylah hopes to attend an art college, study video game design and illustration and wander down the many artist
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Vintage Wine Bar & Restaurant, ANewsCafe.com and HawkMan Studios invite you to the ArtHop After-Party featuring live music by Nick Ciampi Plus, an extended reception for Shasta High School's and Enterprise High School's group show featuring live music by Shasta and balloon chandeliers by Enterprise Vintage Wine Bar La
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Crews are battling a house fire tonight at Highway 44 and Midway Pines Drive in the Shingletown area.
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SHINGLETOWN - A Sunday night fire destroyed a mobile home and displaced a family of five, including three children, a spokeswoman for the California Department of Forestry and Fire Protection said this morning.
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Austin Lobsinger relaxed a lot this year. It almost got him to the pinnacle of California's 215-pound wrestling bracket.
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When it comes to playoff seeding, it pays to win your section final. But, if you do lose the final, at least make sure it is to a strong team. That was the lesson gleaned from the release of the California Interscholastic Federation (CIF) state playoff brackets on Sunday.
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The Shasta College women's team placed second Saturday in track and field at the American River College Beaver Relays in Sacramento.
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Before miners start going for the gold in the hills west of French Gulch, their boss says they're doing all they can to make the Washington Mine green.
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Alex Kozinski, chief judge of the 9th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals, discussed everything from blogging to phone-tapping Sunday afternoon at Sequoia Middle School in Redding.
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Redding sits at the back of the class in Chico State University's 2011 Economic Scorecard.
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Man arrested after car crashes into pole
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An Anderson man and woman were arrested Sunday night after an hourlong standoff at an apartment.
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Judges famously hate cameras in the court room. Judge Alex Kozinski, in Redding this afternoon at the invite of the local ACLU, doesn't like them at free public talks on public property either. At the end of a fascinating 40-minute...
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I promised myself I would not write anything about Charlie Sheen. Believe me, I have seen exactly the same thing at work for nearly 30 years, and it holds no charms for me, if in fact it ever did.And then Jon Carroll wrote this column in the SF Chronicle, and it pretty much sums up how I see it, only writ
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You could say the following story is practically worth its weight in gold. It's an excerpt from May Southern's scrapbooks on file at the Shasta Historical Society. May Southern was the daughter of pioneer Simeon Southern. Sims Road, Sims...
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Redding police arrested a man early this morning who they say crashed into a Redding Electric Utility power pole on Riviera Drive.
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Prepare for rain today in Redding and a high of about 55 degrees. Forecasters predict a 100 percent cahnce of precipitation today, and thunder is possible tonight after 10 p.m. Sunshine may return tomorrow, with a 30 percent chance of precipitation, mostly before 10 a.m.
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Phil Fountain is a cartoonist, writer and occasional bed-wetter based in the far reaches of Northern Californey.
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Despite criticism over worker benefits, data show contributions not blowing up budgets.By Kevin G. HallMcClatchy NewspapersWASHINGTON From state legislatures to Congress to tea party rallies, a vocal backlash is rising against what are perceived as too-generous retirement benefits for state and local
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Savanna Harter and Michael Kenyon, both of Redding, are engaged to be married July 16, 2011 at the Redding Elks Lodge in Redding. The bride-elect is the daughter of Rick and Carol Harter of Redding. She is a 2007 Enterprise High School graduate and attended Shasta College. She works in Redding. Her fiancé is the son of Ka
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Dwain and Frankie Harty of Redding celebrated their 50th wedding anniversary Feb. 26 at a dinner hosted by the Hartys and their children at Hilton Gardens in Redding. The couple were married Feb. 15, 1961, in Yreka. Frankie was still a senior at Shasta High School when they married. They eloped to Siskiyou County to get m
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Mandy Perez and Maurice Trusas, both of Redding, were married Oct. 2, 2010, at the Seascape Resort in Aptos. Russell Holpuch officiated. The bride is the daughter of Steve and Elizabeth Clapper of Burney. She is a 1995 graduate of Burney High School and earned an associate degree in dental hygiene. She works as a dental h
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It's March and the cruise season is off and swimming. Regardless if you're a landlubber or a seasoned cruise traveler, this and next week's column will offer tips for calmer seas.
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Valerie Workman and Chris McCormack are engaged to be married April 16, 2011, at the Families Ranch in Cottonwood. The bride-elect is the daughter of Richard and Staci Workman of Cottonwood. She is a 2001 graduate of Elsie Allen High School in Santa Rosa, and a 2008 graduate of Texas A&M University. She owns Homecraft
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Charlene Lamp and Chris Straub, both of Shingletown, are engaged to be married April 9, 2011, at the Eagle Room at Win River in Redding. The bride is the daughter of Ron Lamp. Her fiance is the son of Jim and Pat Straub.
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I read in the newspaper recently where cursive handwriting will no longer be part of the elementary curriculum in some urban school districts. At first, that seemed outrageous.
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Middle school Mathletes from north state schools competed in regional contests of the national Mathcounts Feb. 25 in Redding.
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Dear Straight Talk: If I could ask young people anything, I'd like to know what the fascination is with extreme sports. What is this fixation all about?
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Local musicians competed all day Feb. 26 in the 2011 Amateur Fiddle & Flatpick Contest in Redding.
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I love reading stories of women a little further down the road in their mothering journey than I am. I glean whatever I can from their experiences, taking mental notes of what I'd like to emulate or what I hope to never do myself.
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Do you have a closet full of discarded electronics, a garage teeming with pet projects your husband insists he'll "get to," or cupboards filled with toys the kids don't play with anymore? Do you ever feel like you're trapped in an episode of "Hoarders?"
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A gun-wielding madman who shattered lives in Arizona was the impetus for the left to demand an era of new civility. They claimed right-wing inflammatory rhetoric was responsible for the violence. However, the shooting was not rhetorically motivated. It was the tragic result of a young man's deranged psyche and the abjec
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"When I use a word, it means just what I choose it to mean — neither more nor less," Humpty Dumpty told Alice in the children's classic "Through the Looking Glass." Humpty Dumpty was a talking egg in a Victorian storybook. He could just as easily have been a utility lawyer in 21st-century Californi
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Road extension offers relief
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Who cares about KIXE? Turns out a lot of us do!
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I think most people would agree that some of the more important goals of any estate plan should be avoiding family feuds and unnecessary court involvement, known as probate. By planning ahead you can minimize the risk of family feuds and keep your loved ones from spending unnecessary time and money often associated with th
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Whether it's to save money or to save the planet, more people are abandoning disposable plastic water bottles for a more permanent alternative. While the classic Nalgene plastic bottles are what many people envision when considering a reusable bottle, many are forgoing plastic altogether, opting instead for glass and st
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If you love to fish, would be totally excited about learning to fly fish, and you are ages 10 through 15, check out this opportunity.
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I was camped on a big gravel bar just below Johnson's Bar on the Lower Klamath River. It was early September and the steelhead were running. I had driven most of the night from Red Bluff to this lower end of the Klamath to fish for steelhead. I put my fly rods together, hurried out onto the riffle and started fishing.
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Stunning sunrises, sunsets and snow marked February in the north state.
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BAKERSFIELD — Austin Lobsinger relaxed a lot this year. It almost got him to the pinnacle of California’s 215-pound wrestling bracket.
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CHICO — A third straight meeting in the girls Division III finals did not go as planned for the Hornets on Saturday.
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Shasta County setto redraw lines
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Road crews will block lanes of Highway 44 where it passes below Interstate 5 during nights and early mornings for part of this week.
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Chances are you've never heard of a BubbaTub or a carbecue.
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Q: Monty, my wife and I enjoy your column. It is informative, insightful and often humorous. We have a few questions for you.
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Student at Pacheco ready for spelling bee
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It's midafternoon and Steve Dennis is finally sitting down to a bowl of soup after staying up half the night on a frost watch.
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RED BLUFF — Around the time he attended the groundbreaking for the Fish Passage Improvement Project, Interior Secretary Ken Salazar's office issued a news release with the Council of Economic Advisors' estimate of how many jobs would be created: 1,200.
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Federal scientists literally have barred owls in their sights.
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Led by a pair of bagpipe players from the Jefferson Pipe Band, a march from Macy's to the center of the Mt. Shasta Mall kicked off the 13th Annual Multicultural Heritage Festival on Saturday.
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CHICO — One word describes the Falcons' late fourth-quarter surge for the Division IV championship — clutch.
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Nearly 500 runners competed in the 41st NorCal John Frank Memorial Run on Saturday along the Sacramento River Trail.
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CHICO — Section crown No. 2 almost didn't happen for the Cougars.
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Anderson is upset by Lassen
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Tom Vonderhaar is nervous.
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Dear Babe: I have a photo of Babe Ruth with three other men that I found in my late uncle's belongings and was wondering if you might be able to help me figure out who the other gentlemen are, what year it was taken and what kind of hats they are wearing. Were they from a branch of service or some sort of service club?&
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In 1911:An electric line was coming to Redding. The $25 million merger of the electric lines will comprise 500 miles of road extending from Oakland to Lakeport, Redding and Merced and is being financed by Boston operators. Seven suburban lines of Northern California will be merged in the new corporation.
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The Anderson Veterans Walk of Honor was the recipient of a special $10,000 grant award from the Redding Rancheria Community Fund tonight during its “A Year to Remember” dinner at the Win-River Casino Event Center. The Walk of Honor was one of 49 organizations being recognized by the Rancheria for “philanthropic excell
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A car knocked down a power pole and drove away this afternoon in Happy Valley.
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“Environmental Rescue,” a six-minute, locally made short film, did not get enough votes to crack the top 8 in the 48 Go Green online contest.
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Did you know that EPB -- the municipally owned electric utility for Chattanooga, Tenn., a city not all that much bigger than Redding -- offers its own broadband Internet service with speeds to the home of up to 1 gigabyte...
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One-way controlled traffic is being allowed this evening past a rock slide on Highway 36 in Trinity County about 7 miles west of the Shasta County line.
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CHICO — A third straight meeting in the girls Division III finals did not go as planned for the Hornets today.
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If you could confront the worst teacher you've ever had, what would you tell him or her? View 1973 Answers Don McGuire, roving music teacher who went to rural elementary schools one day a week. You know, threatening anyon
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From a Caltrans press release: "The California Department of Transportation will begin four construction projects on Interstate 5 through the Redding area this spring and summer. These projects are in addition to the construction project at the I-5/SR44 interchange." Details...
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Antone Nunes emigrated here from the Azores during the 1860s and squatted on a portion of the Rancho de Briesgau Mexican land grant beside Battle Creek. In 1866 he received legal title to the land he claimed. He later purchased...
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An article about the Nor-Cal Sports Show's 2011 Dutch Oven and barbecue cook-off at the Shasta District Fair grounds that appeared on Page 1B today incorrectly listed the cost to attend the event as free.
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In the form of summer stock theater at Bridge Bay Resort? I remember "Harvey" and other productions. This YouTube video recalls the 1962-63 season. The description: "...summer stock theatre followed at Bridgebay, California. Located on Shasta Lake... the summer...
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Forecasters are expecting chance of rain today for the Redding area.
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Pacific Heights doesn’t rise above the surrounding terrain, as the name would seem to imply. But it’s an upscale neighborhood of large and well appointed homes. The supplied image of the front of the home is cropped oddly, leading
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Oh wait, it says the guy that did this was homeless and as we all know with the money those people make off of other people's misery, they would never be homeless; on the contrary most of them have at least two.Lets not pick on just the attorneys though, mediators, evaluators, court connected and appointed therapists
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Debt-plagued, without a director, facing a drop in funding and a multi-million dollar Medi-Cal bill, the Siskiyou County Behavioral Health Services agency is merging with the county's Human Services Department.
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A spring job fair will be held from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. March 22 at the Veterans Memorial Building at 1605 Yuba St. in Redding.
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A homeless man accused of kicking a three-month old puppy and breaking its leg, apparently doesn't like cats, either.
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Shasta County is still losing jobs but at a slower pace.
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There are still two weeks left until the Sundial Film Festival begins, but judges have already announced several winners.
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A federal jury on Thursday convicted a 59-year-old Orland man, who had been in an easement dispute with the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, of trespassing and illegally cutting down some 40 trees and brush on a national wildlife refuge in Tehama County.
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A boom that rattled Anderson homes Thursday night was likely a dry ice bomb, police said Friday.
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Channel 9 vital, worth supporting
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In the 1980s, former Labor Secretary Ray Donovan, after winning acquittal on a series of larceny and fraud charges, memorably asked, "Which office do I go to to get my reputation back?" Kent Dagg, CEO of the Shasta Builders' Exchange, might be wondering the same thing.
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Paul Barth's piece on KIXE in Sunday's paper brought to mind memories of KIXE when I was young. I picture the whole family gathered around our old black and white television set watching "Firing Line" with the erudite William F. Buckley Jr., "Wall Street Week" with Louis Rukeyser and British imports
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CHICO — Often supposed great matchups don't live up to the hype.
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A boom that rattled Anderson homes Thursday night was likely a dry ice bomb, police said Friday.
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CHICO — It's only fitting the Warriors repeated as Northern Section Division VI champions.
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Transient man denies he broke dog's leg
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CHICO — The Lions weren't ready to claim a section title — at least this year.
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Q: You are my only hope for settling a marital argument.
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In 1911: A petition asking for an election on the question of the incorporation of Kennett was to be presented to the board of supervisors of Shasta County. As there is no division of sentiment on the matter, it is probable that the supervisors will order the election.
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BAKERSFIELD — West Valley High School is one win away from having a participant in a California state championship wrestling match.
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Siskiyou County narcotics agents arrested three people between Tuesday and Thursday and seized nearly 20 grams of methamphetamine and other drug paraphernalia.
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CHICO — The Wolves' first section final in school history was a memorable one.
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Carol Bullert lifts a black lid covered in burning coals from her Dutch oven. Inside, a buttery brown sugar sauce crackles as the golden-brown dough, laced with telltale cinnamon swirls, bakes.
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Two Shasta College women finished in the top 10 in the Chico Multi-events track and field competition Friday.
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There are still two weeks left until the Sundial Film Festival begins, but judges have already announced several winners.
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Full closures of Highway 44 beneath Interstate 5 are planned, starting Wednesday. Read more here.
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On February 27th 2011 the Gateway Science Museum celebrated its one year anniversary of being open to science and nature lovers from around our region. With a stated mission to "create a life-long learning environment that enables people to explore, interpret, and celebrate the magnificent natural heritage of our region thr
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Spring job fairslated in Redding
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Full closures of State Route 44 beneath Interstate 5 at the I-5/SR 44 Interchange are planned. Beginning at 11 p.m. Wednesday, March 9, and running through 7 a.m. March 10, westbound SR 44 will be closed. Also, beginning at 11 p.m. Thursday, March 10, and running through 7 a.m. Friday, March 11, the eastbound lanes will
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It is professionally implausible for me to quit news cold turkey, but I nonetheless find this author's argument against the news and about its effects on the human mind and body intriguing: Terrorism is overrated. Chronic stress is underrated. The...
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Clinic cuts: Short-sighted threat to community health
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Ruling gives family its day in court
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Remember the left's call for new civility?
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Richard Kern, Shasta Lake
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It happened! We have a winner! MSummers guessed it correctly as the Nunes family. Congratulations MSummers. Our winner has won a hard fought battle for a $10 gift certificate prize from River City Java and also a frameable Winner's Certificate....
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The best of the story about KIXE
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Non-core service? No, the library is a model for city
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Where does Dagg go to get his reputation back?
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What counts as 'renewable' What day is it?
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Are KIXE's troubles management's fault?
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Shirley Plumlee, Redding
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Dick Green is a "quiet leader," an admired quality in my book. Don't get me wrong, there's a place for "rah, rah" leadership, but my experience is that community leaders like Green often do tremendous behind-the-scenes work with not a lot of fanfare.
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With a mind-numbing cost upward of $10,000, traditional funerals and burials are generally left to funeral homes to manage. But this tradition is changing.
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Funding for anticipated college expenses has evolved over the past 20 or 30 years and there may be strategies in place that are outdated.
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A homeless man accused of kicking a three-month old puppy and breaking its leg, apparently doesn’t like cats, either.
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Every spring I feel sort of like a bear emerging from hibernation: after too long living off the winter fat reserves, it's time to poke my nose out of the den and return again to a more active lifestyle. By March, I've eaten my way through the epicurean delights of two major holidays, two birthdays -- including my own -- an
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Do you have a closet full of discarded electronics, a garage teeming with pet projects your husband insists he'll "get to," or cupboards filled with toys the kids don't play with anymore? Do you ever feel like you're trapped in an episode of "Hoarders?"
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Savanna Harter and Michael Kenyon
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Dwain and Frankie Harty
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Carola Dunn will sign copies of her new book, "Anthem for Doomed Youth," at the Barnes & Nobles in Redding at 7 p.m. April 1. She will do a short reading before the signing. The book is the 19th title in the Daisy Dalrymple mystery series. The title comes from a poem by Wilfred Owen, a poet who died in Flanders a week
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Mandy Perez and Maurice Trusas
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It's March and the cruise season is off and swimming. Regardless if you're a landlubber or a seasoned cruise traveler, this and next week's column will offer tips for calmer seas..
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Valerie Workman and Chris McCormack
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Charlene Lamp and Chris Straub
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I read in the newspaper recently where cursive handwriting will no longer be part of the elementary curriculum in some urban school districts. At first, that seemed outrageous.
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The Costco-Don Levenson deal, like the similar Lithia-Bernie Thomason deal, reminds me of that old Winston Churchill story. He supposedly asks an actress if she'd go to bed with him for a million bucks. Maybe, she replies. How 'bout for...
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Shasta County lost 500 jobs from December to January, according to figures released Friday. January’s unadjusted rate of 16.8% is up from the 16.1% in December, but still lower than the 17.4% in January of last year. Tehama County’s jobless rate was 16.4% in January, while Trinity and Siskiyou Counties were b
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Three people were arrested for driving under the influence during a checkpoint Thursday night in Redding. The Redding Police Department conducted the DUI and driver’s license checkpoint on North Market Street. A total of 650 vehicles passed through the checkpoint, 592 drivers were screened by officers, 15 drivers w
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A man involved in a rollover crash south of Anderson early Thursday morning was more seriously injured than he first thought, apparently. 57-year-old Cottonwood resident William McCall was driving a 1970 Ford F250 on Kimberly Road east of Panorama Point Road when the truck drifted off into the dirt, according to the CHP.
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I have finally outsmarted everyone! Now it's time for a hint: This house is located in the Shingletown area. Dances were held in a field on this ranch years ago, complete with a band and attended by hundreds of people....
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A gravel pit employee arrived at work Friday morning to discover an expensive industrial theft. Jason Lake works for Cottonwood Creek Sand and Gravel Company on Draper Road. He called the Tehama County Sheriff’s Office to report that sometime between 3 o’clock Thursday afternoon and 7 o’clock Friday mor
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Shasta County residents can help feed the community by losing weight. For every pound you pledge to lose through May 31st, the National Pound for Pound Challenge will donate 11 cents to Feeding America. That is enough to secure one pound of groceries on behalf of the Shasta Food Group Coalition. Shasta Food Group serves
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A federal jury has convicted a Glenn County man for the destruction of the Sacramento River National Wildlife Refuge. 59-year-old Dean Lundie of Orland cut down more than 35 trees, took the cut wood for himself, destroyed additional plant life on refuge land by pouring gravel in the area, and trespassed by exceeding the
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The 13th Annual Multicultural Heritage Festival is this weekend at the Mount Shasta Mall. The event, which is sponsored by the Shasta County Sheriff’s Office, features performances from 10 local cultural singing and dance groups. The grand entry march takes place at 10:30 am in center court. Post expires at 2:00
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Siskiyou County narcotics agents arrested three people between Tuesday and Thursday and seized nearly 20 grams of methamphetamine and other drug paraphernalia.
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Photography has become easy and instant, but organizing and protecting all those photographs takes time and effort.
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Ask Anna columnist Anna Moseley shares tips to make meal planning less of a chore.
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Farm Dreams columnist Casey Schurig shares ideas for March tasks in the garden.
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Shasta College/UC Master Gardeners offer suggestions for stretching the vegetable-gardening season beyond summer.
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Frank and I explored a new thrift shop today with wonderful results. It just a few doors south of the recently vacated space that housed the Discovery Shop for years. Tresors is a nice little place opened just days ago by Jewell and Tim Totherow on Park marina Drive. Looking up onto the balcony of [...]
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A boom Thursday night that rattled Anderson residents along Pinon Avenue near Highway 273 was likely a dry ice bomb, police said today.
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A federal jury on Thursday convicted a 59-year-old Orland man, who had been in an easement dispute with the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, of trespassing and illegally cutting down some 40 trees and brush on a national wildlife refuge in Tehama County.
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The cartoonist captures my sentiments exactly:...
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NPR is in heavy rotation on my car radio, but I've got to say Sen. Jim DeMint makes a strong case against taxpayer financing for public broadcasting in today's WSJ. The conclusion: Public broadcasting can pay its presidents half-million and...
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The chief judge of the U.S. Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals will be the guest speaker at Sunday’s annual meeting of the Shasta-Tehama-Trinity County chapter of the American Civil Liberties Union in Redding.
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I'm not a Wonderword regular, so it was only thanks to Chloe Winston's tip that I saw the Shasta-themed puzzle in today's Record Searchlight, with words including Anderson, Bally, Caverns, Patriot and Liberty. Indeed, none of the paper's editors knew...
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Shasta County’s unemployment rate jumped to 16.8 percent in January as more job losses in construction and seasonal losses in retail and restaurants boosted the numbers.
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Next week’s scheduled trial for a Redding School District librarian accused of embezzling and stealing from a school parent club was postponed today in Shasta County Superior Court until May 24.
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Comment by Frank Strazzarino on the Kent Dagg story this morning: No one should go thorough what Kent went through. It could happen to any of us. Glad this issue is now dead so Kent can focus on the good...
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A $26,000 tractor and fork attachment were stolen from Cottonwood Creek Sand & Gravel, the Tehama County Sheriff’s Office reported today.
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What pioneer ranching family owns this house? Welcome to the weekly History Mystery Photo Contest. If you're the first person to give the correct answer, you'll win a $10 gift certificate from River City Java and an award certificate. Guesses...
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As I reported Thursday, some north state businesses are doing well despite the economic doom and gloom. But the ones that are surviving -- even thriving -- seem to have a common theme: Shasta County is not a dominant compon
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Senior Portraits are back in full swing. Call now to book your spring sessions!
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Bay Citizen, in a look at gay-friendly school curricula of the sort that Sen. Mark Leno is promoting in a new bill, proves once again that San Francisco can still surprise me: The atmosphere is altogether different at Mission High,...
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This ranch home onc
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There has apparently been a lot of success for parents with the support of Lani and the "CPPA", but there is a trend by members who experience that success, to disappear once their own case is managable.The "CPPA" is a commitment to all children trapped in this corrupt court system, the give and take is you get help a
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Weather over the area will be mostly sunny today before rain and showers move into the region over the weekend. The National Weather Service forecasts a high of 62 today in Redding with winds blowing about 7 miles per hour. The overnight low will be 45. Rain is likely Saturday after 4 p.m. It doesn't appear to be a terribly
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• Nomination for the most influential person in our lives? ... Whoever gave us our last haircut leaving high school … Most of us were so impressed we’ve kept the style forever. • I so admire people who are naturally positive … I spend too much time in a snit trying to buy into that up-beat s--- … • When did
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Detectives say a man walked into a Los Molinos bank on Wednesday afternoon and handed a note to the teller saying that if he didn't get cash, he'd blow up a bomb he had planted at nearby Los Molinos High School.
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The wait is finally over.
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It all comes down to this.
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When it comes to wrestling in Red Bluff, there's always the Reid clan.
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The Anderson High School baseball team opened the season with a 9-7 win over Trinity in the Ron Edwards Invitational Baseball Tournament at Big League Dreams on Thursday.
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A retired Superior Court judge Thursday ordered the former manager of the Mountain Gate Community Services District to stand trial on 10 criminal charges accusing him of voter fraud, perjury and fraudulent voter registration.
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A 38-year-old drunken Anderson transient was arrested Wednesday for kicking a puppy so hard he broke its leg, police said Thursday.
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Redding moved a step closer Thursday to buying Costco's Dana Drive store and converting it into a police station.
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Unlike the dog walkers passing by on a recent sunny afternoon on a trail in south Redding, Tim Mickela is trying to leave with a tick.
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The state has closed its four-year investigation against Shasta Builders' Exchange CEO Kent Dagg and other former State Compensation Insurance Fund employees and directors without filing criminal charges, the San Francisco District Attorney's Office confirmed Thursday.
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Leonard Moty found himself in a bit of a different spot Thursday.
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A 57-year-old Cottonwood man suffered major injuries after his truck overturned several times early Thursday in Anderson.
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RED BLUFF — A former finance director has sued the city, alleging it wrongfully fired her 20 months after she alerted a city councilman to a potential misuse of public funds.
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This Saturday, the Shasta County Sheriff's Office will present its 13th annual Multicultural Heritage Festival featuring performances from cultural dance and singing groups throughout the area in celebration of diversity.
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In 1911: Long, lean, lanky, gaunt, underfed Frank Howard was brought to the county jail from Cottonwood and sentenced to do 30 days for purloining several fine fat chops to satisfy the longing of his cavernous inner compartment from the Cottonwood Hotel.
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Barnes & Noble Booksellers will host a book fair at 9 a.m. Saturday at its Redding store, 1260 Churn Creek Road. Proceeds benefit the Manzanita Elementary School Library.
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Redding police made three arrests tonight at a driver's license and drunken driving checkpoint on North Market Street.
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Anyone interested in the future of downtown Redding — as opposed to the past — has to be happy that City Councilor Patrick Jones' views didn't carry the day earlier this week when the council voted to amend the city redevelopment agency's contract with Riverfront Playhouse for the theater company's long-delayed new venu
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Voices around the world, from Europe to America to Libya, are calling for U.S. intervention to help bring down Moammar Gaddafi. Yet for bringing down Saddam Hussein, the U.S. has been denounced variously for aggression, deception, arrogance and imperialism.
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It was terrible to hear of the 3-year-old who shot himself in the Dersch Road incident. However, I am stymied by the repeated use of the term "accident" in describing this incident. What part of "3-year-old shoots himself" warrants this being called an accident? There have been no letters to the editor decrying the use of t
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UNIONS WORKED: I guess Steve Andrade (50-Word Dash, Wednesday) was never in a situation where a union was the only thing between his continued employment and the front door. When labor unions were strongest was when more Americans shared in economic prosperity than has occurred before or since.
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While in a local Starbucks, Penny Ripley happened upon a flier offering classes on something she'd always wanted to try, but had never really looked into -- belly dancing.
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Shasta Wildlife Rescue and Rehabilitation Center seeks volunteers to help feed baby birds.
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Sweetbriar Ranch was established where the settlement of Sweetbriar is today in the Sacramento River Canyon beside the Sacramento River. Stagecoaches began operating from the ranch in 1858. It also was the location of a tollhouse for the Lower Soda Springs and Pit River Tollroad in 1861. Sweetbriar was named for the sweetbr
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Angelina's on the Rex, a restaurant in Burney, will be the scene of a crime Sunday as its guests become party to murder.
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Redding moved a step closer Thursday to buying Costco’s Dana Drive store and converting it to a police station.
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A 57-year-old Cottonwood man suffered major injuries after his truck overturned several times this morning in Anderson.
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On January 16th, Tehama County Sheriff Dave Hencratt ordered his Assistant Sheriff to investigate the circumstances surrounding the death of 19 year old Sean Siders who died in July of 2010. Siders was found on July 13th submerged under water in the creek at Cone Grove Park southeast of Red Bluff. He was found by friends
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A drunk man was arrested for beating a puppy Wednesday afternoon, according to Anderson Police. At around 5pm, Officers were called to a Balsam Way home on a report that a man was refusing to leave somebody’s front yard. Before they arrived, more 9-1-1 callers reported that the man was walking away from the locatio
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A man who robbed a Los Molinos bank threatened to detonate a bomb at Los Molinos High School, according to the Tehama County Sheriff’s Office. The robber entered the Umpqua Bank at 2:32 Thursday afternoon and handed a note to a teller stating that a bomb had been placed at the high school. The message said that the
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The state Wildlife Conservation Board has announced $17.2 million in earmarked funds for fish and wildlife habitat restoration projects. Among the 23 projects, $2.6 million will be spent on the Little Shasta Conservation Easement in Siskiyou County. The money will be used to purchase nearly 6000 acres east of Yreka. It&#
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1. Handsome Little Devils present the Squirm Burpee Circus 7:30 p.m. today, Redding Convention Center. Presented by Shasta Community Concert Series. Features classic Vaudeville comedy, circus acts and a plot rooted in American melodrama. Adults, $35; students, $15. Call 225-4130 or go to www.reddingconventioncenter.co
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You won’t find an artist’s statement or a bio anywhere at Stephanie Luke’s show of photography that opened March 1 at the North Valley Art League. She is a self-proclaimed “middle-aged housewife from Cottonwood who likes to take pictures.” In fact, you won’t find much more than photographs. “I really don't thi
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Redding residents Tony Trusas and Ron White, now both comfortably into middle age, have been going there since high school for burgers and hot dogs. “There” is 3443 South Market St., which was an A&W fast-food restaurant back in the day. For pushing 20 years, it’s been Pop’s 50’s Place.
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It was 26,632 acres large, 19 miles long, and stretched all the way from Cottonwood Creek on the south to Salt Creek (near Middle Creek in Redding) on the north. It bordered all along the west side of the Sacramento...
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From the Indianapolis Star: (In a defamation case) a Marion County judge has ruled, for the first time in Indiana, that news media outlets can be ordered by the court to reveal identifying information about posters to their online forums....
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Detectives say a man walked into a Los Molinos bank on Wednesday afternoon and handed a note to the teller saying that if he didn’t get cash, he’d blow up a bomb he had planted at nearby Los Molinos High School.
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My recent 10-minute drive to the Firehouse Lounge in Anderson was well worth the trip. A mix of classic rock and country tunes beat from the Internet jukebox, as the rest of the bar was abuzz with happy chatter. A couple guys shooting pool, a couple groups of people chatting over drinks, owner Bob Colburn sitting down after
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Joven Calloway’s professional dance career has had him performing throughout Europe and aboard cruise ships on the high seas, but nothing will compare to Saturday night when he joins the cast of “The Aluminum Show” on the Cascade Theatre stage.
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The talent and diversity of filmmakers and photographers in the State of Jefferson will be celebrated during the third Sundial Film Festival, slated for March 19 at the Cascade Theatre in Redding.
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Art: Call to Artists: Liberty Arts gallery seeks progressive, contemporary art that speaks to the various American Pop Culture phenomena throughout the years for its show, "Pop Culture! A Celebration of Iconic & Absurd American Obsessions." Entry Deadline: Friday, March 18, 2011 Exhibition Dates: April 1 - May 7, 2011 O
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Craig Kraffert texted this morning: "Cascade Square = 100% leased... A sign of economic recovery?" I'll try to get more details (who, what and when)....
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The Enterprise-Record reports that Chico Unified, which has been relying on increasingly burnt-out private boosters to maintain its sports programs, is looking at dramatic cutbacks: CHICO -- Unless there is a dramatic infusion of money from outside the coffers of...
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A 38-year-old drunken Anderson transient was arrested Wednesday for kicking a puppy so badly he broke its leg, police said today.
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The single supplied image makes it look a bit forlorn in the twilight, with missing pickets and canted mailbox. Perhaps that’s the hidden value. This Northern California author devotes a section of his book
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Here’ a few more foreclosed homes that are not yet listed in the Shasta MLS. Most are not yet priced. If any of these are of interest to you, we can get you more information. Call or Text (530) 255 4070 Property Status: PRE-LISTING Address City County St Bed Bath List Price
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The rain that's soaked the north state the last few days should taper off today and into Friday, but don't expect much sun this weekend. The National Weather Service says to expect a 40 percent chance of showers today mainly before 4 p.m. High temperatures should top out at 55 degrees. Friday will be partly sunny with a h
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Giving. It’s a concept that often seems so foreign amid a culture focused (obsessed?) on gaining and protecting wealth. Kathy Ann Anderson has witnessed a different view in far Northern California, however. As CEO of the Shasta Regional Community Foundation since it began in 1999, Anderson has seen the beauty and positiv
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The Redding Police Department will conduct a DUI and driver license checkpoint within the city limits of Redding on Thursday March 3, 2011.  The Redding Police Department does not announce the time or location of checkpoints, even on the day of the checkpoint. Motorists entering the checkpoint can expect to see traffic con
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March 1, 2011 5:44 P.M. CASE# 11-13005 On March 1, 2011 at about 5:44 P.M. SHASCOM received a report of a man down in the area of Lu Lu’s Restaurant located at 2230 Pine St. in Redding. Witnesses reported that a male was bleeding from an unknown wound to his upper torso. During the initial [...]
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The Business That Pays the Bills (Wrap-N-Pack) has demanded our undivided attention for the past year. We've managed some songwriting and recording, and we play occasional gigs, but mostly we've been busy helping our customers. We probably should have stepped into this musician thing back when we were young and bull
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Given our unemployment rate, when the Redding City Council this afternoon discusses, as part of a priority-setting workshop, which if any strategic "themes" should guide the city's planning for the next two years' budget, is there really any question which it should be?
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Herger sides with SoCal
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For a man who won office talking about change we can believe in, Barack Obama can be a strangely passive president. There are a startling number of occasions in which the president has been missing in action — unwilling, reluctant or late to weigh in on the issue of the moment. He is, too often, more reactive than ins
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PALO CEDRO — For the first time in four years, the Northern Section Division III boys basketball champion banner will hang somewhere other than Enterprise's Manatowa Gymnasium. Foothill, the D-III top seed, thinks that banner would look good in the Cougars' Palace.
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The Patriots really are that dangerous.
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The top-seeded Trinity High boys basketball team earned a trip to the section finals with a 68-57 win over No. 5 Chester in a boys Northern Section Division V semifinal game on Wednesday.
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COTTONWOOD — All season long, it seems the Falcons' defense has been an issue to Central Valley coach Kevin Strohmayer.
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I am absolutely a member of the religious right. But I think it is as inconsistent to be a save-the-baby-whale treehugger who is pro abortion as it is for a pro-lifer to eat Happy Meals on the way to the...
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The Great Recession that hammered the U.S. economy is a world away from Dan Morrow.
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A former tire store in downtown Redding long slated for retrofit to a community theater will become a rubble pile instead.
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Many Shasta County school districts will not send out as many layoff notices to teachers this year as in years past.
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For the first time in 15 years a Redding agency that helps the poor has run out of blankets and sleeping bags.
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A weekend's worth of frantic filmmaking could put a north state produced movie onto the famed screens of the Cannes International Film Festival in France.
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The Siskiyou County sheriff is standing by controversial comments he made at a recent Dunsmuir City Council meeting.
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Redding police will hold a DUI and driver's license checkpoint today within city limits.
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About 50 people in Redding braved stormy skies and grabbed picket signs Wednesday to protest possible furloughs for Social Security workers.
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In 1911: Thomas Garcia and Antonio Camago were caught attempting to shoplift goods in the Grodin brothers Yuba Street clothing store. A bulging overcoat worn by one of them betrayed the fact that several pairs of trousers were underneath.
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Radiant Sun Acupuncture Inc. has opened in downtown Redding.
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Late Valentine's Day Gift from the IGO-ONO Girls Basketball team - A repeat Championship!
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Two fun-filled days of canine sport activities. Bring your dog and try your dog at dock jumping.
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The foundation of your diet is formed by how you choose to stock your pantry, refrigerator and freezer. Choosing the healthiest foods from thousands of options at the grocery store can be a challenge.Take this quiz to see how much you know about label reading and what you are eating.
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It's still technically winter, and that means it's time for warming, soothing soups. Rather than warm up a can of condensed soup, try some of these recipes submitted by readers and found on Redding.com.
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Shasta Blood Center announced this week it is in need of AB- and O- blood.
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Have you noticed that your skin gets dryer each year during the winter time?
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How often do you order a large coffee drink from your favorite coffee kiosk or sit down to dinner with a 32-ounce soda? Liquid calories can add up fast. The beverages you choose to drink may affect your waistline and your health over time.
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See who was at what event.
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Here's an opportunity to sell grandpa's old stamp collection, or to see collections of postage stamps from around the world.
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For the city, jobs are only 'theme' worth the time
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A 'Where's Waldo?' presidency
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Jim Reed, Fall River Mills
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After searching for three days, officials have located the body of a man who had been missing in Lake Shastina after the boat he was in capsized Sunday night. Shaun Davis was with a friend in very high winds that caused the boat to flip over, dumping both men into the 37-degree water. The other man managed to make it to
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That's what our state senator is doing, and he's getting national attention for it. The American Spectator, in examining the project, spotlights Doug LaMalfa's efforts to stop it: The project will rise or fall based on federal commitments, a reality...
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Officials believe that a man found deceased in a vehicle Wednesday likely had died from something unrelated to driving. At about 5 minutes till Six Wednesday morning, A C-H-P Officer stopped near the Hatchet Mountain Pass on Highway 299 to investigate a vehicle that appeared to have crashed into a snow bank. Inside, the
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Redding Police will conduct a D-U-I and Drivers License checkpoint sometime Thursday. The department does not announce prior to checkpoints exactly when or where they’ll be, but it’ll be somewhere within city limits. Drivers can speed up the process by having their Driver’s License, registration, and pr
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A Yreka man is behind bars after reportedly shooting his neighbor in the ear. Deputies with the Siskiyou County Sheriff’s Office were called to a fight with possible shots fired on Easy Street in Yreka around 10 o’clock Tuesday night. The fight was between two neighbors that were allegedly  intoxicated. Acco
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About 50 people in Redding braved stormy skies and grabbed picket signs today to protest possible furloughs for Social Security workers.
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What: The 13th Annual Multi-Cultural Heritage Festival, presented by the Shasta County Sheriff's Office When: Saturday (March 5), 10:30 am – 5:45 pm; grand march at 10:30 am Where: Mount Shasta Mall, Redding Performers include the Jefferson Pipers, Jack Potter Jr. California Indian Style Dancers, Shasta Scottish Country
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East Cottonwood School was locked down for about 45 minutes this afternoon after students reportedly saw a man with a gun near the grounds, according to dispatch reports.
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Redding police arrested a Shasta County parolee for the second time in three months Tuesday after he failed to register as a sex offender.
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I'd have a hard time not taking a baseball bat to someone who picketed my brother's funeral with "Thank God for Dead Soldiers" signs and the like, as members of the infamous Westboro Baptist Church did in 2008 at the...
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A Redding woman accused of fatally stomping her neighbor’s dog will begin standing trial on June 28 after she gave up her legal right today to have a preliminary hearing.
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A wreck involving a big rig and a pick up this morning is blocking northbound Interstate 5 near Cottonwood.
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Siskiyou County Searchers Tuesday night found the body of a 27-year-old Weed man whose boat capsized on Lake Shastina Sunday evening.
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Redding police will hold a DUI and driver license checkpoint Thursday within city limits.
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This is a powerful video on the dangers of texting and driving. EVERYONE who drives should see this video. There are some disturbing images, but they are real and we all need to understand the reality of what can happen if we are distracted by texting while driving. This video was produced by AT&T on March 2010 as part
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Canon City aka Canon House aka Canyon House was once located at the base of the hill near the south Market St. underpass and Buenaventura Blvd. during the days of the Gold Rush. Where today's Buenaventura Blvd. begins at south...
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If you've got the money, you could buy Jerry Garcia's estate or Sir Paul McCartney's stately Beverly Hills mansion (where fellow Beatle George Harrison died). Here's a slide show of these and other such properties....
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A 36-year-old woman was injured this morning when the red Chevrolet pickup she was driving slammed into a tree sideways on northbound Interstate 5 in Cottonwood.
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Dedicated to Oklahoma City Officer, Chad Peery & FamilyIt's something we try not to think about, something that is always there, yet rarely spoken out loud. The white elephant in the room, the unspoken thought that screams inside us. Police wives are trained for it, we are molded through experiences
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Conditions at Mt. Shasta Ski Park Day skiing: Open Night skiing: Closed Temperature: 26 degrees. Skies: Foggy Wind: Light Visibility: Limited Depth: 70 inches at base, 108 inches at top New snow overnight: 2 inches New snow during the past 24 hours: 2 inches Snow surface: Fresh powder on top of machine groomed Trails: 32 op
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KIXE general manager Phil Smith tried to take the high road this morning when asked on KCNR about Paul Barth's opinion piece in Sunday's paper -- a "frothing commentary by someone," he called it. But he didn't mention Barth by...
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Because the past few years' salmon crash has eerily paralleled the economic crash, I've developed an unshakable superstition that the two are linked. And what do you know, for 2011, the chinook index futures are trending up. From the AP:...
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The words over at Three Word Wednesday are affinity, fidget and mention. Bitten  They’re called the canines, but that is so ever misleading.So offensive.Take a moment, put your index finger to your own teeth and t
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A 55-year-old Montgomery Creek man was found dead this morning inside his truck on Hatchet Summit on Highway 299 east of Redding.
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Get ready for a wet day. The National Weather Service expects showers to fall through the area most the day. The high in Redding today is expected to reach 51 degrees with an overnight low of 42. There is an 80 percent chance of precipitation today. Showers are likely Thursday morning. Highs on Thursday are expected to be
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We like Amir Court very much. A short street in Northeast Redding surrounded by homes of simil
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The new courthouse will use eminent domain to take what is not theirs, just as it takes children and destroys lives for no reason.Soon all the city, county and state employed criminals will have new homes, now when a parent watches there child be abducted using the power of the law kinda like eminent domain ; the horr
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What: Free Healthier Living Workshops When: Every Thursday starting this week (March 3) until April 7, from 9 to 11:30 a.m. Where: 2157 Victor Ave. in Redding People living with chronic health conditions such as diabetes, arthritis, heart disease, lung disease, chronic pain and others are invited to attend a free workshop
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It's been noted before in this space that strip malls can be an unlikely place to find good food. The many vacancies and low rent in Redding make them ideal for small family-run restaurants. Yuet Bistro is one such place. Yuet Bistro's interior is a bit more elegant and stylish than you'd expect given it's [...]
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What's your story? How did you get your start?
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I've been spending too much on groceries lately. Any ideas on how I can save money and still serve up good meals? It's a common myth that healthy foods come with a high price tag. Here are 10 foods overflowing with nutrients that won't bust your grocery bill.
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Those who see hope in the Middle East uprisings seem to assume that they will lead in the direction of freedom or democracy. There is already talk about the "liberation" of Egypt, even though the biggest change there has been that a one-man dictatorship has been replaced by a military dictatorship that has suspended
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As the new Shasta County courthouse inches toward a ground-breaking in downtown Redding, the path isn't pretty and the tradeoffs that at first seemed distant and hypothetical are now real, unavoidable and painful.
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A Native view of Modoc War
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Flashback
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The old Enterprise axiom — don't rebuild, reload — was in play Tuesday at Manatowa Gymnasium as the Hornets punched their ticket to their third straight Northern Section Division III girls basketball final with a 55-39 win over Las Plumas. It's the seventh time in eight years the Hornets have reached the
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You win during the regular season so you get to stay at home during the postseason.
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Redding's Redevelopment Agency is poised to launch negotiations Thursday with Costco Wholesale Corp. to purchase its 110,000-square-foot store on Dana Drive with the intent to convert it into a new police station.
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ANDERSON — Last time, the Cubs fell apart against the Falcons.
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After welcoming a new executive director last month, the Shasta County Arts Council is looking for a replacement.
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Seventh-seeded Mercy returned to the section finals with a 63-52 road victory over No. 3 Westwood in a boys Northern Section Division VI semifinal game Tuesday.
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Free throws can make or break a team.
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The Drug Enforcement Administration on Tuesday used its emergency powers to ban a class of chemicals commonly known as synthetic marijuana.
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Flip-flopping the seasons, February in the north state opened like spring and receded into winter.
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Convention center lease plan opposed
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Vern Parsons recalls century of experiences
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Wife soon to be in court in animal cruelty
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Redding residents losetraffic appeals
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RED BLUFF — In a sometimes contentious discussion, the Tehama County Board of Supervisors on Tuesday approved contracts that call for three top-level managers, including Chief Administrator Bill Goodwin, to pay 6 percent of their pension costs.
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The traveling theater group, Handsome Little Devils, will perform Thursday at the Redding Convention Center as part of its "Squirm Burpee" tour.
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Parking lot fightleads to stabbing
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In 1911: Melvin Robinette used no judgment in making away with fat porkers. He took them from the farmland of the justice of the peace of Shingletown. Because he stole hogs, one of the most ungentlemanly of illegal occupations, he was sentenced to serve 90 days in the county pokey and pay a fine of $25.
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Refunds totaling more than $1.1 billion may be waiting for roughly 1 million people who did not file a federal income tax return for 2007, the Internal Revenue Service announced this week.
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20-Something Male Customer: I've had it with World War Two!
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Redding’s Redevelopment Agency is poised to launch negotiations Thursday with Costco Wholesale Corp. to purchase its 110,000-square-foot store on Dana Drive with the intent to convert it into a new police station.
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A 52-year-old Redding man was stabbed and police were seeking another man after a fight tonight in the parking lot of Lulu’s Eating and Drinking Establishment in downtown Redding.
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And Sam's. And BJ's. And Jetro. And Price Smart. And Smart and Final. And Shoppers Food Warehouse. Costco really doesn't want a similar warehouse retailer following in its wake if it picks up and leaves Dana Drive, to read the...
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A PG-and-E rate increase scheduled to take effect Tuesday will be offset by a January decrease. PG-and-E announced Monday that it expects its electric rate to remain nearly flat into 2011. The rate decreased by eight-tenths of a percent on January first and is scheduled to increase one-and-a-half percent Tuesday, resulti
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Calling the bar a "Disorderly House," the state has shut down alcohol sales at the Hen House in Redding.
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A prospective buyer of an off-road motorcycle took it for a test ride in Happy Valley and ran into a tree, suffering major injuries. At around 5 o’clock Monday afternoon, 26-year-old Bobby Erlandson of Redding was test riding a 250-c-c 2-stroke Kawasaki Motocross that was for sale. He was riding westbound on a dirt
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A burglary reported at around sunrise at the Mount Shasta Ski Park Monday was solved by lunchtime, with the suspects in custody. The Siskiyou County Sheriff’s Office got the call at 7 a-m. Five-thousand dollars worth of tools and cash was taken, as well as a quad-runner and a pickup truck. 19-year-old Coleton Baldi
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A court trial began Tursday for a man accused of robbing a Redding bank and leading Police on a high speed pursuit during which he allegedly rammed a Patrol Car. On the morning of November 15th of last year, 35-year-old Jason Christman of Stayton, Oregon, reportedly walked into the Rabobank on Hilltop Drive and gave the
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Mayor Missy McArthur and DA Steve Carlton might want to keep their day jobs. Was that really Russell Hunt in a cameo, interviewing Sarah Palin? All good fun in this "Billy and Patrick" video tribute. Were there really some...
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There’s been alot of ideas and questions sloshing around in my head and I haven’t had a chance to just write them down, and if I don’t do it now they will just vanish into oblivion. I want to address some issues I have seen and heard on a daily basis for years. While the [...]
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Why should there be a new courthouse, the same old corruption and "good ole boy" mentality will remain no matter what the building looks like.children will still be dragged screaming from good parents arms, while the parents are told not to show any emotion over it at the risk of incarceration."Family Court
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It’s great to know that people and organizations that are leading the way locally are, in fact, leading the way for the state as well. During the recent CalFresh Forum in Sacramento, sponsored by California Food Policy Advocates and the California Department of Social Services, ...
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What: Two North State Symphony Chamber Music Concerts When: Saturday (March 5) at 7:30 p.m. in Old City Hall, Redding; and Sunday (March 6) at 2 p.m. in Chico State University's Recital Hall, Chico. Cost: $20 Seven string and wind musicians from North State Symphony will perform ...
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So reports the L.A. Times: Gov. Jerry Brown told hundreds of police chiefs Tuesday that curbs on their pensions may be needed to solve the state's long-term budget crisis. "I didn't take my retirement at 50," the 72-year-old governor told...
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The Drug Enforcement Administration has banned five chemicals used to create a blend that mimics, and in some cases surpasses, the effects of marijuana.
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Shasta County supervisors today unanimously voted to begin making certain county employees pay the 7 percent of their salaries that goes toward retirement.
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My prediction: It won't work. Nonetheless, an interesting project led by a pair of Berkeley physicists aims to move beyond the arguments over "ClimateGate" by re-creating the best possible record of the Earth's surface temperatures. From the project's website: The...
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The Brian Jones doll arrived in San Francisco on Brian Jones’ birthday, Monday the 28th. Thanks, Jess. So Cool.
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Reports are compiled by Western Outdoor News. Go to www.wonews.com or subscribe at wonsubs.com. Call 800-290-2929. BEST BITES LAKE SHASTA — Even though most of the tributaries that feed the lake are currently closed, the trout will be concentrated near those inlets. A boat is a good idea to cover the most water. Bring a s
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Two McCloud men were arrested Monday on suspicion of auto theft and possession of stolen property from the Mt. Shasta Ski Park, the Siskiyou County Sheriff’s Department said today. The items taken included tools, cash, a quad-runner and a pickup. The burglary was first reported at 7 a.m. Monday.
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Dear Mr. CampbellMarch 1, 2011I am writing to you for a second time in hard copy, I have also written to you by email multiple and been ignored.Judge Jack Halpin working out of the “Temporary Judges Program” is indeed corrupt and/or incompetent, He has consistently ignored evidence, refuses to read motions, eviden
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7PM AT THE NEIGHBORHOOD CHURCH.
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The charts we ran with last week's story on the Redding Police Department's annual report showed a steep drop in staffing the past couple of years, and gives the impression that the police force hasn't kept pace with population growth....
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...when we have a chance to snag a quarter of a billion dollars of "free" state money to build (think of those good-paying construction jobs!) a brand spankin'-new court house (with 14, count 'em, courtrooms) that we'll likely never...
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It's a historic house and should be saved. The house was owned by the Dobrowsky family for 75 years. They were a family of businessmen who operated the family-owned jewelry store for 142 long years. In 2002, Barry Dobrowsky sold...
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Conditions at Mt. Shasta Ski Park Day skiing: Open Night skiing: Closed Temperature: 26 degrees. Skies: Foggy Wind: Light Visibility: Limited Depth: 70 inches at base, 108 inches at top New snow overnight: trace New snow during the past 24 hours: 1 inch Snow surface: Fresh powder on top of machine groomed Trails: 32 open, 1
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The California Highway Patrol and paramedics are responding this morning to a three-vehicle crash on Highway 44 near downtown Redding. The vehicles involved in the wreck have moved to the Maverick’s restaurant parking lot at Shasta and East streets, according to dispatch reports. There is a report of minor injuries. No fu
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Ever need a sound that can clear your jabbering mind? You are trying to do yoga and, let’s say, there are competing noises in your environment, even if you rise a 4 a.m. The Tibetan Bowls will help you float to a place of blank and peaceful focus. You can have an hour of this beautifully [...]
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The search continues this morning on Lake Shastina for a 27-year-old Weed man.
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The National Weather Service calls for a slight chance of rain this morning before the clouds will give way to some sun later today. The high today in Redding will be around 60 degrees with an overnight low of 43. A system moves in tonight with rain and wind expected for the northern Sacramento Valley.
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This image with the rear view mirror in it is from 2008, but presumably today’s FDotD would be as recognizable today from inside your car. What you see here is the only image provided us, but hopefully it’s enough to give you some
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For years, students of Alabama's Auburn University have celebrated athletic achievements by gathering at a place called Toomer's Corner and toilet-papering the two live oaks that have flourished there for more than 130 years. Tragically, in early December 2010, a 62-year-old man named Harvey A. Updyke Jr. allegedly poisone
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Big-time auto racing started in February in Florida, and racing at Northern California’s short oval tracks is only a few weeks off. One racer from Redding who should be looking forward to the 2011 season is, unfortunately, still looking for a ride. That’s a shame, but it’s likely to be only a temporary setback. In 20
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This is it. One win separates everybody from a trip to Chico State and Northern Section prep basketball finals.
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Ever since she arrived on the varsity scene late in her freshman season, Hannah Womack has shown that she can flat-out play with best in the Northern Section.
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Hannah Williamson scored 15 points as the Redding Christian High School girls basketball team beat Loyalton 55-33 at home during a Northern Section Division VI girls quarterfinal game on Monday.
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Social Security cuts would take real toll
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Ex-Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger made his way to a remote desert location last October, not far from Interstate 15, which runs between Southern California and Las Vegas. So did U.S. Interior Secretary Ken Salazar and bunches of utility executives.
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In a smallish city like Redding, crime statistics can bounce unpredictably from year to year.
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So argues economist Dean Baker of the liberal-leaning Center for Economic and Policy Research in a new paper. The conclusion: The shortfalls facing most state and local pension funds have been seriously misrepresented in public debates. The major cause of...
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Shasta College students this week will have the chance to meetan award-winning author and ask her about her experiences in writing and getting published.
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In 1911: The Gladstone mining company was completing a modernly fitted rooming house at a cost of $5,000, for the miners employed by the company. The building measures 90 by 100 feet and contained 50 furnished rooms and large reading and sitting rooms.
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The Redding Redevelopment Agency agreed in a special session Monday to begin eminent domain proceedings against the owners of three downtown parcels needed to build a new Shasta County Courthouse.
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In its twentieth and last year in its building on Churn Creek Road, the Redding Rancheria Indian Health Clinic has a new leader.
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Aunt Sheli's Deli owner Shelley Wilson knew this day would come.
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A Redding woman accused of fatally running over her boyfriend after an argument was given an Aug. 23 trial date Monday in Shasta County Superior Court.
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In an effort to save money and jobs, Shasta County supervisors today will consider requiring certain county employees to pay all of their retirement contributions starting next year.
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A north state Democrat has drafted a law that would drastically increase the punishment for big-game trophy poachers.
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Steve McClenon's life — and that of his family —revolve around hot rods.
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Two men who got lost in a steep, wooded area near Round Mountain were reached by rescue teams early Monday morning.
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For the second year in a row, Catherine King of King Law Offices in Redding is offering 11 free bankruptcy filings in 2011 for those who demonstrate their need of pro bono services.
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A Del Norte County woman has won freshman Sen. Doug LaMalfa's "There ought not to be a law" contest.
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Firefighters are being called to a mobile home in Happy Valley that is reportedly fully involved, according dispatch reports.
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DATE/TIME: 02/27/11 at approximately 1900 Hours CONTACT OFFICER: Lieutenant Lillibridge CASE # 11-6400 CRIME/INCIDENT: Overdue Subject Search and Rescue LOCATION: McCandless Gulch off Big Backbone Rd. VICTIM(S): Bob Fogel, 37 years old Shasta County Resident Monty Combs, 52 years old Shasta County Resident SYNOPSIS: On 02/2
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A Redding man broke his nose after crashing a motorcycle during a test ride this afternoon in Happy Valley.
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Apparently, a recent poll indicates a majority of Americans support public employees. Here are some quotes from the article in the New York Times."Americans oppose weakening the bargaining rights of public employee unions by a margin of nearly two to one: 60 percent to 33 percent.""But 61 percent
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Seen recently online......"A unionized public employee, a tea party member, and a Wall Street Banker are sitting at a table. In the middle of the table is a plate with a dozen cookies on it. The
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Jeannie Gastineau was arraigned on murder charges Monday. The 34-year-old Redding woman is accused of hitting her boyfriend with her car during an argument just hours after the new year. 29-year-old Jason Phillips died after spending one week in critical condition. Shasta County Senior Deputy District Attorney Donna Dale
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Q. What is a martyr? Does your faith admire certain martyrs? A martyr is someone who is killed for his or her faith. The word comes from a Greek word for a witness. Christians have always admired those who have given their life for bearing witness that Jesus is the Christ, the Son of the Living God; from Stephen, the first
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A Redding man was arrested on suspicion of driving under the influence of alcohol this afternoon after crashing his motorcycle in Mountain Gate during what police say was a race with friends.
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Two men had to be rescued after getting lost in the snow near Round Mountain Sunday. Shasta County Sheriff’s Department officials aren’t altogether clear on just what the men were doing, but they may have been hunting. The men were in the area of Mccandless Gulch Road and Backbone Road when they got separated
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A Redding woman who has been in Shasta County jail since 2005 on suspicion of murdering a 35-year-old woman may finally go to trial in September.
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A 52-year-old man from Clovis died when his car overturned over just after midnight Monday morning in Siskiyou County. Gregory Pruitt was driving a 2001 Lexus northbound on Interstate Five without his seatbelt fastened. As he was passing through the Grenada area, the car drifted onto the dirt shoulder of the freeway. Pru
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A Redding woman accused of fatally running over her boyfriend after an argument was given an Aug. 23 trial date Monday in Shasta County Superior Court.
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Weather Discussion for Monday, Feb. 28, 2011: This morning's satellite picture shows a storm system moving into the Pacific Northwest with the southern end dragging across Northern California. This is not a major precipitation producer and most of the precip will in the coastal and northern mountains, with light amounts i
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I'm sure I'd draw it in a different place than others, but simply asking the question might make for a provocative debate. And Skip Murphy points to a forum later this month, sponsored by the League of Women Voters, that...
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I spend a lot of time marveling at the way political debates seem to rehash the same ideas year after year, session after session, often wondering, good grief, whether nobody in politics ever has an actual new idea. Well, new...
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At Thursday's priority-setting session, city councilors will advise staff on what "themes" they like. The choices: (1) Emphasis on economic development/job creation. (2) Emphasis on long-range planning. (3) Emphasis on core services. (4) Emphasis on quality of life. (5) Emphasis...
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The Tehama County Sheriff’s Office is warning the public about a popular scheme that is making the rounds. In the past year, authorities have received calls concerning people calling elderly victims and claiming they are their children, grandchildren or loved one who has been arrested in another state or country.
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And what's it got to do with Redding? Deep in the agenda for a Thursday afternoon priority-setting workshop for the City Council, a meeting where goals and thus budgets for coming couple of years will be set, is this eye-opener...
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I was surprised to read Sacramento Bee columnist Dan Morain's piece this weekend that said Assemblyman Jim Nielsen was "an adult and not a member of the Taxpayers' Caucus." An adult he is. But not one of the Republicans ---...
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Conditions at Mt. Shasta Ski Park Day skiing: Open Night skiing: Closed Temperature: 23 degrees. Skies: Foggy Wind: Light Visibility: Limited Depth: 70 inches at base, 108 inches at top New snow overnight: None New snow during the past 24 hours: None Snow surface: Fresh powder on top of machine groomed Trails: 32 open, 18 g
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How much is too much Open Government? Can there even be too much open exchange in a free democratic society? Serious questions in an era of Wikileaks, with its demonstrated effects on some governments. Ponder these important questions and
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One person has been rescued and another is still missing after a boat overturned Sunday night on Lake Shastina in Siskiyou County.
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This is the least expensive of the
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I'd prefer the beverages to be yummy iced herb tea, filtered water, the occasional mineral water and water with lemon sweetened with the herb stevia. Then just stop there unless it's Christmas....
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A fire Sunday in Redding caused major damage to a mobile home. Redding Fire crews were called to the Kenyon Drive residence around 5:15 Sunday afternoon after receiving reports of smoke and flames coming from the double wide mobile home. It took firefighters around 30 minutes to contain the blaze. The cause was determine
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One man is dead and another hospitalized following a crash late Friday night. According to the CHP, the collision occurred on Highway 99W just north of Reno Avenue. A 1992 Jeep Cherokee driven by 52-year-old Ronald Lafferty left the roadway and collided with a tree. Lafferty was pronounced dead at the scene. A passenger
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Priorities for the City of Redding will be discussed in a special meeting of the City Council on Thursday. The meeting begins at 3:00 at City Hall, and will kick off with a review of the city’s current financial situation, the budgets for the next two fiscal years, and the governor’s proposed state budget. St
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For the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, and Firearms and explosives, a “gun dealer” can be many things.
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A 52-year-old Alturas man was killed last week when the 1992 Jeep Cherokee he was driving slammed into a tree on Highway 99 West near Gerber, the California Highway Patrol reported today.
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Major Pierson B. Reading was the first permanent white settler of Shasta County. He was the person who discovered gold in Clear Creek that caused the Gold Rush to spread into Shasta County. He was given the last and the...
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The Washington Post reports that the last known American veteran of the First World War died yesterday, at the astonishing age of 110. Frank W. Buckles wasn't even old enough to join military -- not legally anyway -- when he...
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Hi ya'll, Just a quick update on our boy. Honey Bandit loves the snow. He will bury his face up to his eyeballs and 'plow" around the yard. Of course he stops doing that when I get out there with...
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This is from December but it could have been last week. We’ve had cold, cold weather. Today I’ll be putting the final stitches in a Kawaii style curly star to be sent to Minnesota. This weekend  I stuffed black catnip squiddies. I’ll take pix this week and get them up at DarcyArts. I’m also working,
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Get ready for a wet week. Rain, or a chance of it, is likely to fall on the north state through much of the work week. The National Weather Service forecasts rain after 10 a.m. today with a south wind blowing about 8 miles per hour. The high in Redding today is expected to be around 50 degrees. Overnight lows will hover aro
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What: BBQ Judging Class When: Saturday (March 5), 8 a.m. to 2 p.m. Where: Rolling Hills Casino, 2655 Barham Ave, Corning Cost: $100 per person This is a rare opportunity in the northstate to become a Certified Kansas City Barbeque Society (KCBS) BBQ Judge. If you have ever wanted to judge BBQ competitions (just like on [..
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What: The Rockstar Nutritionist Performs in March to Celebrate National Nutrition Month When: Friday (March 4), 6 to 7:30 p.m. Where: McLaughlin Auditorium, Sequoia Middle School The Rockstar Nutritionist will be performing Jump with Jill, a kid-appropriate rock ‘n roll concert with healthy eating and exercise messages fo
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The only memory Jane Rehberg-White has of the Greyhound station is a faint recollection of some time in the '80s; something about a Fresno boyfriend who was a bus passenger -- either arriving or departing. Other than that, Rehberg-White said she grew up in Redding barely noticing the Greyhound depot. "I never really paid th
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What: The Aluminum Show Glistens at the Cascade Theatre When: Saturday (March 5), 7:30 p.m. Where: Cascade Theatre Cost: $28-$38, tickets available here. Don't miss one of the most innovative and exciting shows of this year's Cascade Theatre/JPR Performance Series as The Aluminum Show comes to the stage of Redding’s histo
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What: The Northstar Session Performs in Redding Area When/Where: Friday (March 4): Vintage Wine Bar 8 p.m.; Saturday (March 5): Burnsini Winery 2 p.m. - 5 p.m.; Saturday (March 5): Anselmo Vineyards 8 p.m. - 11 p.m. The Northstar Session is a rootsy folk-rock band from ...
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The Shasta College women finished first at the Golden Valley Conference Preview Plus track and field meet at Shasta College on Saturday.
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After months of intense study of whether to hire a private contractor to run the expensively subsidized Redding Convention Center, a city committee last year scrapped the idea not least because it found little interest from national for-profit management companies.
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As a country we face record deficits. The taxes we pay fall short of the money we spend by some $1.6 trillion every year. Yet the taxes we pay as a proportion of the nation's economy are at a 60-year low, the lowest since the Korean War began in 1950. In response to this crisis, congressional Republicans have declared,
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Why do we tolerate oil speculation?
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The Good News Rescue Mission is getting into a food fight.
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Spurred by the popularity of a cable TV show, north state treasure hunters have been showing up in droves for mini storage lien sales.
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Members of the Intermountain Tea Party Patriots have joined a fight against Shasta County's updated general plan, which would allow for high-density, low-income housing in the communities of Burney, Cottonwood and Fall River Mills.
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Redding Police Capt. Scott Mayberry will take over as Fort Bragg's new police chief in April, city officials announced Thursday.
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The north state on Sunday enjoyed a brief respite from the cold and wet weather that has gripped the region over the past few days.
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In 1911: In anticipation of the arrival of a $5,000 auto fire wagon, Redding officialslet a contract for the construction of an additional story on the brick building near the alarm station for the housing of firemen, who will have their quarters free of charge and always be ready for the call of the night alarm.
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Crews are attempting to rescue an individual stuck in a creek north of Highway 299 near Round Mountain.
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Two men who had been missing since Sunday night were found early this morning in a steep wooded area near Round Mountain.
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About dubious redevelopment projects and the associated propaganda. Beginning with Stillwater Business Park, City Hall, the Sculpture Park, the old and new downtown mall, etc. With cameos by Jim Zauher and Mike Warren. My fave: Jack's Grill (built with no...
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Firefighters have contained the second of two fires that broke out within 30 minutes of each other in Redding.
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Paul Barth's piece on KIXE on today's opinion pages brought to mind memories of KIXE when I was young, watching Firing Line with the erudite William F. Buckley Jr, Wall Street Week with Louis Rukeyser and British imports like the...
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The wicked head cold is sliding into its third week. The nice thing is I’ve got company in the misery. Many I’ve been around and spoken to (humm?) have suffered the same affliction. Everyone says the same thing. Runny nose and sneezing? Check. Head like a lead balloon? Check. Lingering cough? Check. Lasts about three [.
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Oh look. Somebo
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“The happiness of your life depends on the quality of your thoughts.” So says the message board today outside the Anderson Church of Christ on North Street in Anderson. Words of
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The town of Swasey was established in 1887 one mile west of Burgettville by H. W. Swasey, a Fall River Mills real estate dealer and land promoter who made the place boom with many land sales and a much-needed flour...
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Today should be sunny with a high of around 53 degrees, while forecasters predict clouds and a 20 percent chance of rain tonight. Tomorrow the chance of rain will jump up to 60 percent, with a high temperature of about 48 degrees. The National Weather Service is still issuing a hard freeze warning this morning, which mea
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An interesting article from The Huffington Post, by William S. Lerach......."The conservatives will "scapegoat" public employees as a privileged -- protected -- class. But it was not firemen, cops, clerks, or teachers (or their unions) who lost trillions of dollars in risky investments in an under-regulated
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That's Realtor Josh Barker on Bethel Church and the local real estate market, from an item tucked into David Benda's "Buzz on the Street" column today (written, presumably, before news broke that Bethel may lease and/or operate the Redding Convention...
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Phil Fountain is a cartoonist, writer and occasional bed-wetter based in the far reaches of Northern Californey. A News Cafe, founded in Shasta County by Redding, CA journalist Doni Greenberg, is the place for people craving local Northern California news, commentary, food, arts and entertainment. Views and opinions express
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Isn't stock market the real problem?
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Walking in the pale light of the morning sun, the frosted grass crinkles and snaps with sound, plumes of steamy breath puff from my lips while thoughts of the days ahead run through my mind. Deep-hearted thoughts, shallow surface thoughts, they are all in a jumble and it's time to sort them out before the busy season ar
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In holding out against the tax measures that Gov. Jerry Brown wants to put before the voters, Republicans in the state Legislature say they can't even touch new taxes without seeing real, long-term reforms of how the state does business. On top of their list? Taming pension costs.
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The federal budget just passed by the House of Representatives in Washington calls for ending government funding to the Corporation for Public Broadcasting, the entity that provides about half of the money to run local PBS affiliate KIXE Channel 9.
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Last fall as he was running for re-election, Rep. Wally Herger, R-Chico, liked to tell the story of Black Bear Diner, and how Obamacare threatened the expansion plans of the plucky entrepreneurs who founded the chain in Mount Shasta.
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In 1911: Two intrepid women, Miss M. Alexander and Miss W. Kellogg, arrived from the University of California in Oakland to trap wild animals and birds in the most remote parts of Trinity County as study specimens for the university’s zoological department. They had engaged a local trapper to help them on their journey in
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Work has begun on the Interstate 5 and Highway 44 interchange, leading to nighttime lane closures as the California Department of Transportation adds a lane a half-mile north of Cypress Avenue to the Hilltop Drive overcrossing.
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Chase Boontjer finally got his section title. Dillon Reid added to his collection. Jaxon Fitzgerald and Austin Lobsinger started their own potential collection.
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Redding Police Chief Peter Hansen knows a thing or two about identity theft.
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More than 60 teams competed in the 2011 Coca-Cola 2-Ball competition last Sunday at Sequoia Middle School.
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Q: If a person buys a hunting license and a bear tag and goes out and hunts a bear legally, then that bear belongs to that hunter. If that hunter takes all the usable parts of the bear, then those bear parts belong to that hunter. But if the bear and all of the usable parts belong to the hunter, then why can't the hunte
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A 3-year-old boy who shot himself two weeks ago is making progress, his grandfather said Friday, though the child remains in critical condition.
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A lawsuit from Dunsmuir's ex-mayor filed against the city and three council members likely will be settled in the aftermath of Thursday's meeting. Following advice from City Attorney John Kenny, the council voted unanimously Thursday to rescind its Jan. 18 vote to drop a lawsuit from Citizens for a Better Dunsmuir o
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Dear Babe: I have some Mother's Cookies Pacific Coast League baseball cards from the early 1950s. The most interesting one is Chuck Connors (No. 4) of the Los Angeles Angels. He went on to an acting career starring in the TV shows "The Rifleman" and "Branded." I also have Stan Hack (49) and Joe Gordon (1
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A few months ago, I included Georgia-based company Mizuno USA's Breath Thermo Running Gloves in my holiday gift guide, recommending them for cold-weather activities because of the Breath Thermo fabric's unique ability to convert body moisture into heat.
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Change is coming to basic telephone service.
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Federal lawmakers representing Northern California are trying to stop the removal of four power dams along the Klamath River by cutting off the flow of study funding.
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As a longtime hiker I've always wondered why you're more likely to encounter doctors and lawyers and other professional types on the trails than, say, construction workers and long-haul truck drivers. What's the white-collar connection with recreational hiking?
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Probably one of the most confusing issues that anglers and private property owners face is trespassing.
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I have a question regarding traffic at the far south end of Court Street.
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Tommy Williams was just one of about 40 youths who roped and rode Saturday at the Tehama District Fairgrounds.
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From the Ukiah Daily Journal: Fort Bragg High School graduate Scott Mayberry was named the new police chief for the Fort Bragg Police Department, the City of Fort Bragg announced Thursday. According to the city, Mayberry most recently worked as...
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Around 80 percent of adults experience some sort of back pain in their lives. Almost 50 percent experience some neck pain.
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We're fortunate to live in an actively caring community rich with affinity.
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Ten years ago, I met a big friendly dog wandering near my office on College View Drive. I called the number on his collar. His owner, halfway to Lassen Peak, was unaware his dog had jumped out of the back of his truck. When he returned for the fugitive, he said he'd never adopt a dog too small to jump into the bed of a
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The recent snowstorm that swept through Redding and the surrounding area was beautiful to behold yet stopped just short of being too much to deal with. Toward the end, before the melt and slush set in, I grabbed my camera and went out in our backyard and had just enough fun with the white stuff to see me through to spring.
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I love being an adult. I decide my own bedtime, sometimes eat dessert for dinner and even (shhh, don't tell my mother-in-law) skip making the bed when I want to. However, I know that with my great adult powers comes great responsibility. I have to plan ahead for large purchases. I have to save for my retirement, and I c
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We have a winner.
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I love the "Amazing Race." I have applied five times to be on the show, but alas they won't have me. So I've had to seek my own adventures.
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Services offered: Mobile rock climbing wall rental, team building, event planning
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Jillian Hillman and Otto Tyson
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Ed and Ruth Hanson
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Dear Straight Talk,
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Travis and I ran a six month stretch last year of not having one date night. We preach the importance of date nights to everyone else, and failed to take our own advice. We didn't intend to. Life got busy, and we found ourselves only paying for babysitting when we had meetings or commitments that required both of us to
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(Revised February 2011) If you like quiet, clean streets and homes with great curve appeal but without the high price tag, then you'll love The Vineyard, in Redding California. This gorgeous gated community of about 208 homes was built in the 1990's and is home to some 350+ residents. The Vineyard attracts
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(Revised February 2011) If you like quiet, clean streets and homes with great curve appeal but without the high price tag, then you'll love The Vineyard, in Redding California. This gorgeous gated community of about 208 homes was built in the 1990's and is home to some 350+ residents. The Vineyard attracts
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Sorry to have to say yes, but yes, there was. One place where it is blatantly obvious is the pioneer Shasta Union Cemetery at Shasta. Only because I knew the histories of some of the pioneers who are buried there,...
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I know Eliot Spitzer, the former New York AG and governor-turned CNN talking head, and I know he hates sharing the billing. So no surprise that his cohost, WaPo columnist Kathleen Parker, quit the ParkerSpitzer set after just four months....
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We pause FDotD today to ask you to read Carl Bott’s recent blogpost here from Redding.com. //
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The Department of Transportation and California Highway Patrol today issued chain requirements and ice warning for elevations above 1,000 feet.
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And other "edgy" acts? One of the many questions the possible deal raises. Hope the City Council reads the 160-plus comments on yesterday's story. On the other hand, some folks might consider Bethel's recent "metal" act at the Convention Center...
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The sun is back today, but don’t expect it to stick around for very long.
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Here’s a band performance image from the now closed Downtown Eatery. Hollow Ln is a Redding based (and Redding named) 3 piece outfit; guitar, bass, drum, and vocals. Tight, tight, tight, power trio originals are filled with thoughtful ly
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I recall when Blockbuster came to town, a few mom and pop video rental shops went under. Now, Blockbuster is shutting the doors themselves, a victim of disruptive technology. When they arrived, I could not download and watch a movie
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Ahhh, what the Sufi poet Rumi called "Smiling Spring" is upon us – in all her mystery. Like falling in love, spring makes us gardeners both ecstatic and yet restless/agitated. Some of the year’s sweetest and yet most ephemeral blossoms and fruits breeze in and out of our days – wintersweet and witch hazel, the [...]
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Today’s delivery of the Record Searchlight may be delayed in the Intermountain area of eastern Shasta County due to snow and ice. Expect deliveries in those communities by the early afternoon, Circulation Director Robbie Parham said.
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The top area wrestlers had no trouble on the first day of the Northern Section Masters wrestling championships.
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Earlier this week, Tom Butler noticed a lot of customers rushing into his Tractor Supply Co. store in Redding to look for tire chains for driving in the snow.
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The Martin Luther King Jr. Multicultural Center has its roots in the war on poverty launched in the mid-1960s under President Lyndon Johnson.
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A Redding woman pleaded no contest Friday in Shasta County Superior Court to felony DUI and an enhancement in connection with a Nov. 21 traffic wreck that nearly killed an 18-year-old Anderson man.
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RED BLUFF — The former office manager of a Red Bluff logging company who was arrested last year on suspicion of embezzling more than $2 million has pleaded guilty to one count of felony grand theft and faces up to three years in prison when she's sentenced in April.
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A Siskiyou County sheriff's deputy was wounded Thursday in Dorris when he grappled with a man who allegedly attacked him with a machete and then sliced his face with pieces of a broken vase.
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In 1911: A falling bale of hay from a load that James Riggins was driving on the Spann Ranch below Redding frightened the horse team. The horses broke away from the wagon and pulled Riggins after them. He refused to let go and was dragged 400 feet over rocks and brush, sustaining many bruises. He finally stopped the team an
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They played ball, swam, threw water balloons, soaked up the sun.
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A Shasta County Superior Court judge on Friday threw out a criminal case against a longtime unsuccessful and outspoken Redding political candidate accused of forging the city's seal and posting bogus code enforcement letters on his neighbors' mailboxes.
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Snowy, stormy weather compounded difficulties for firefighters Friday as they battled two early morning building fires in Ono and in Oak Run.
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Alex Henderson scored 20 points as the third-seeded Enterprise High School boys basketball team beat No. 6 Oroville 79-57 in a Northern Section Division III quarterfinal on Friday.
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Redding could lease its financially troubled Convention Center to Bethel Church — one of the aging facility's most frequent customers.
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COTTONWOOD — One league rival down.
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There's no question the Patriots can be a flashy team that can drain the deep ball.
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Weather issues are finally catching up to the area.
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Shasta and Pleasant Valley split their season series, each team winning a pair of games.
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Ask just about anyone in Cottonwood if they know Richard or Debbie Ashe, and chances are they will.
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An estimated 31,000 north state homes and businesses served by Pacific Gas and Electric Co. and other utilities were without power Friday morning.
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The Martin Luther King Jr. Multicultural Center’s early years reflected some of the protest spirit of the late 1960s — and the realities of racism in Redding at that time.
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At $21 million and counting, the restoration of Clear Creek, on Redding's southwestern edge, has not been cheap.
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Nation fighting the wrong battle
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Hadn't figured on getting that kind of reaction.
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I thank you for your time.A: There is the technical and lawful way to do something and then there is reality. Let's start with what is lawful. The speed limit on this section of road for passenger vehicles is 65 mph. That also is the speed limit on that ramp as you transition from northbound Market Street onto N/B I-5.
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Scott Valley offersShasta scholarshi
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The Department of Transportation is reporting tonight Highway 299 is blocked at the top of Hatchet Mountain is eastern Shasta County.
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Carl Bott supplies it....
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For those who are not aware or have not seen it, the Redding Police Department's "2010 Year in Review" report is now available online. In addition to the crime statistics, there is also a section on one of the most successful community programs the Redding Pe
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Which Northern California congressman said that this morning? I'll give you one guess. In an interview with Rep. Wally Herger about government deficits and how to tame health care costs --- the biggest long-term driver of our deficits, with or...
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On Clear Creek, real progress — and challenges
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Dodi Jones, Anderson
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Remember when
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A Shasta County Superior Court judge threw out today a criminal case against a longtime unsuccessful and outspoken Redding political candidate accused of forging the city’s seal and posting bogus code enforcement letters on his neighbors’ mailboxes.
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The Brian Jones doll is finished. This is a cool shot of the face that makes him look very cute. I made him a faux Moroccan necklace, gave him green eyes and the desired shiny, fur-trimmed robe jacket. I like his nose line and the mouth. I gave him little lines around his mouth and [...]
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Highway 44 was completely blocked by a jack knifed big rig just east of Viola Friday afternoon. According to the CHP, the roadway was closed in both directions for about 2 hours as crews were waiting for a heavy duty tow truck to respond to the scene. Post expires at 4:30pm on Friday February 25th, 2011
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A Redding woman pleaded no contest today in Shasta County Superior Court to felony DUI and an enhancement in connection with a Nov. 21 traffic wreck that nearly killed an 18-year-old Anderson man.
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Highway 44 about 3 miles east of Viola is open after a jackknifed big rig closed the road this afternoon for more than two hours.
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23 teams from area high schools will be participating in the “Redding Regional Science Bowl” Saturday at Simpson University. Students will compete by answering extremely technical and challenging math and science questions for a chance to win an all-expense paid trip to the National Science Bowl in Washington
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A two-vehicle wreck this afternoon on Lake California Drive in northern Tehama County left one woman with minor injuries.
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That turned out to be a dud of a mystery photo! The first person to guess won. The building is located at Vollmers and served as a restaurant ant Greyhound bus station. The winner is "toe2toe". Congratulations toe2toe again. Don't...
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Cloudy with a chance of snowmen. Redding neighborhood has lots of colorful characters.
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Moving is a lot easier if you start packing a few weeks before the big day. Anna Moseley offers tips in this week's Ask Anna column.
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Home & Garden news includes information on a new pepper variety, a class and celebration at Turtle Bay and tips for saving energy.
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Q: I neglected to water a rosebush during a heat spell and it looked dead. Should I have cut it back and tried to revive the plant? Or dug it up and planted something else?
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All of a sudden, I noticed that this weekend’s calendar is jam-packed with activities and entertainment. It’s crazy how much is going on in Shasta County. Here are some of the highlights: • The film “From The Quarters to Lincoln Heights,” which documents the migration of African-Americans to work in the lumber mil
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The California Taxpayers' Association's newsletter captures a delicious exchange yesterday between the governor and Assemblyman Jim Nielsen: Speaking to Republicans who have pledged not to increase taxes, the governor recalled a pledge he took as a seminary student. He said...
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A house in Ono was gutted by fire. Cal-Fire crews were called to the Nelson Road home just after midnight. When they arrived, the 1000 square-foot house was fully involved in flames. Everyone inside the residence was able to escape uninjured. The cause of the fire was determined to be an undetected flue fire. Damage is e
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An Oak Run outbuilding is a total loss following a morning fire. Cal-Fire crews were called to a residence on Oak Run Road around 6:30 Friday morning. Once on scene, firefighters found the outbuilding fully involved. It took crews 40 minutes to contain the blaze. The cause was determined to be electrical. Damage is estim
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Electricity for Burney residents fell victim to the weather overnight. PG&E spokesman Paul Moreno says an estimated 2,000 customers in Burney and Johnson Park lost power at 3:40am Friday morning due to snow-related equipment failure. Power outages were also reported in Whitmore and Oak Run. In Tehama County, an estim
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The Annual Crime Report released Thursday by the Redding Police Department is prefaced with a sobering statement by Chief Peter Hansen. He says budget cuts have reduced the Department’s personnel by about 25%, severely impacting emergency response times, proactive enforcement efforts, and just about any program tha
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Anderson Police chased a man Thursday accused of shoplifting, who allegedly used a bystander to throw in the path of his pursuers. At 1:44 Thursday afternoon, officers were called to the Walmart on reports that a man had a large knife that he was using to cut open packaging of items that he was then concealing beneath hi
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A man has been sentenced to prison after a Tehama County jury convicted him of transporting cocaine. Marty Hilliard was arrested August 4th of last year by the California Highway Patrol. Hilliard was a passenger in a car that was stopped by a CHP officer. The officer noticed Hilliard making furtive movements and acting s
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A Red Bluff man led officers on a slow speed chase, then parked and ran until until he got tired, according to police. At about 3:50pm Thursday afternoon, an officer patrolling near Second Street and Park Avenue recognized a man behind the wheel of a Chevy Tahoe as Vernon Lee Williamson. Knowing that the 27-year-old Red
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An estimated 31,000 homes and businesses across the north state were without power this morning.
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A Siskiyou County sheriff’s deputy was wounded Thursday in Dorris when he grappled with a suicidal man