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May 5th, 2011

National Police Week is May 15-21, and WellnessOne of Redding is honoring law enforcement.
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A fifth wheel trailed was destroyed this morning in a fire just south of Red Bluff.
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As I've written before, my philosophical sympathies are with the plaintiffs in the dispute over the Redding library's speech policy -- and I also think that as a practical matter it's all hardly worth the trouble. However, I'd like to...
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Agency: Whiskeytown National Recreation Area
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Street artists and those inspired by the burgeoning art movement will be featured at the "Life Unscripted" show this weekend at Shevren Square in downtown Redding.
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Rancho de Briesgau was located on the east side of the Sacramento River, directly across the river from the more well known Rancho Buena Ventura, Major Pierson B. Reading's Mexican land grant.
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History buffs and curious first-timers can learn more about the history of Redding in two free Historical Redding walks this month.
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Representatives of the Judicial Council of California from San Francisco (these are the BIG guys and the people in charge) will be holding a meeting this coming Monday evening at 5:30 in the Redding City Hall Community Room on Cypress...
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Lots of buzz about Haggard's show tonight at the State Theatre in Red Bluff. A documentary about the country legend and Palo Cedro resident, "Merle Haggard: Learning to Live With Myself," won the Prism Award last week for "films and...
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Trinity flood is rare nod toriver that was
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Evil does not die of natural causes
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Fred Boest, Red Bluff
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Mark Baird,
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Responding to today's editorial, commenter team1st says we're promoting "misinformation from the opponents of a City Charter." What misinformation? Well, for instance: No, a City Charter does NOT create full-time highly paid council member jobs. In fact a City Charter...
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SACRAMENTO – A Redding man was sentenced today in U.S. District Court to nearly four years in prison for robbing a Woodland bank last year, a spokeswoman with the U.S. Attorney’s Office said.
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A man has been sentenced by a Tehama County superior court judge after pleading guilty to a case involving a very large stash of heroin. Tehama Interagency Drug Enforcement agents made a traffic stop on a vehicle driven by 27-year-old Francisco Santos-Valenzuela. According to the Tehama County D.A.’s Office, an off
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A Shasta County Superior Court judge ordered today a Redding man charged with assault with a firearm and other charges in connection with an April 22 drive-by shooting at Enterprise Community Park to also stand trial for attempted murder.
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I've got a Tumblr blog now. Mostly photography (sorry Blogger, you suck at it), observations and my quest for a 4-Hour lifestyle.Check it out right here.
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A Jury has returned verdicts in the case of six people involved in a downtown Redding brawl with Law Enforcement Officers. In the early morning hours of December 12th, a Redding Police Officer was flagged down at the intersection of Placer and California Streets because of a two-vehicle traffic collision. One of the invo
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A 22-year-old Anderson woman and her infant baby suffered major injuries in a rollover crash on Dersch Road. Just before 8 O’clock Wednesday night, Ramona Wollberg was westbound east of Parkville Drive when she swerved to miss a deer, lost control, overturned and collided with a utility pole. Wollberg and her 5-mon
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Evans Furniture, a family-owned business that has been in Yuba City since 1966, is coming to Redding.
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For Lake Shasta, Bridge Bay and Redding, in the newspaper serving LaCanada, a well-to-do LA suburb. Wonder if tourism honcho Bob Warren and the SCWA gang had a hand in it. The concluding graphs: Shasta Lake is a wondrous place...
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1st Annual SLATE Charity Park N Shine correction.
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A March protest against plans for a new Redding courthouse that activists fear would threaten the towering old redwoods on the corner of Oregon and Yuba streets got someone's attention at the state. A Monday-evening presentation by the Administrative Office...
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Anderson New Tech High student wins local essay contest through Barnes & Noble and advances to the regional level.
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2011 ETNA RODEO QUEEN CONTEST
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Art on the Block & Musicians Swap in Mount Shasta Aug. 6th accepting vendor applications.
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7 Lb Bass caught !
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Some graduates at Simpson University’s spring commencement were the first in their family to earn a college degree. But Melissa (Lloyd) Olsen of Roseville had the distinction of becoming the 12th member of her family to receive a Simpson diploma.
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Redding Rainbow Girl Leah Howell was appointed as State Officer for the International Order of the Rainbow for Girls. Leah was awarded to the office of Grand Confidential Observer and Representative to Kansas and Nebraska at the California Rainbow Girls Grand Assembly held in Fresno.
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Wesak 2011, May 13-15 Dr. Meg Blackburn Losey, James Gilliland, Jude Unegbu, Amorah Quan Yin, Paula Muran, Erik Berglund, etc., present info on 2012, UFOs, Crystal Skulls, Energy Healing, African Shamanic Healing, energetic balancing. Dawn Fazende, Editor, Mt. Shasta Magazine, talks on preparedness. For vending space call
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1. Shasta High School’s “The Music Man” 7 p.m. today through Saturday and May 12-14 at David Marr Auditorium, 2200 Eureka Way # B, Redding. Classic musical is performed by the Shasta High School Music Department. Features a cast of more than 70 students and live orchestra led by Lou Polcari. Tickets are $10 to $
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Artist Sonya Day only started painting nine years ago, after being dissuaded from pursuing art. This late bloomer remembers her first painting distinctly: an acrylic of a boat on water, a copy of a photograph she had taken in Croatia. The proportions were all off, so she painted over it a couple of years later, but her firs
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Healthy, cheap and something different.
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Caregivers face tremendous challenges when providing care for family members. Statistics show that 40 percent of caregivers die before their ill loved one does. Support groups, information and training are essential resources for caregivers to survive. Fortunately, we have the Mountain Caregiver Resource Center of Passages
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Plant a garden
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Shasta Blood Center is in need of O- blood.
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Bobby Slayton, “the pitbull of comedy,” was chewing away at a rapid clip, answering questions before they were asked, going off on tangents and reversing the field like an over-caffeinated running back.
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Michaels customers are being warned after the company learned that PIN pad tampering may have occurred in its Chicago-area stores.
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Agency: American Cancer Society Volunteer opportunities: Office staff, patient services staff and drivers needed. Training available: Orientation and/or on-the-job training Requirements: Ages 18 and older. Available 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. weekdays A passion to help local cancer patients Call: 800-227-2345 Go to www.redding.com/ne
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The following newspaper article is from the State Journal dated June 5, 1854: Contracts have been let to carry mail horseback between Shasta and Weaverville and another contract to carry mail from Weaverville to Yreka horseback. From Tower House, of...
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A 5-month-old baby was killed Wednesday night while his mother is in critical condition this morning at Mercy Medical Center in Redding following a traffic accident on Dersch Road
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Erin Ryan, the head honcho for the Redding Tea Party Patriots thinks so, or at least she thinks my username "Treebones" is.... Treebones, you need to stop commenting on the tea party in general and Redding Tea Party in particular...
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In the first week of May I am deep into contemplating the elements of Freddie Mercury’s face. While building my last planter boxes and getting the crops in I mulled it over. The boxes came out very nicely considering I am no monument to exact measuring. Thank god for my electric drill. It made fastening [...]
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In the eyes of the court, Kristi Lyn Lunbery of Burney is guilty of killing her husband with a single rifle shot to his head. But in her eyes, and in her heart, she knows she’s innocent.
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We created a website just for buyers who need information about homes in the Gold Hills Golf neighborhood. We have helped buyers and sellers in this neighborhood and we love it. An excellent golf experience runs throughout the neighborhood. Everyone we talk to who lives here brags about the lifestyle, with good reason. W
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Here’s a Western Oaks classic. Built in 1990, we last saw it as a failed Short Sale a couple months ago. It has a nice staircase entry and large tile kitchen. Saratoga is a highly regarded east Redding neighborhood, a street lined with
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It's going to be sunny today in Redding and the surrounding area with a high temperature near 89 degrees, forecasters with the National Weather Service in Sacramento say. Tonight's low should be around 53 degrees. Friday's forecast calls for mostly sunny skies and a high near 86, while Saturday should see partly sunny skies
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What: Tai Chi for Health at the Bohemian Art Loft When: Every Saturday May 7 through May 28, 1 p.m. Where: Bohemian Art Loft 3304B Bechelli Lane Redding Cost: $5 Open Group with Lou Drew, every Saturday May 7 through 28 at 1 PM.
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Downtown Redding used to be a fair-to-middling food wasteland with little but fast food offerings, while chain restaurants sprouted like weeds in Enterprise and induced Westside residents to venture across the river in search of dinner. But a few brave folks have taken the bull by the teeth (to mix several metaphors) and fo
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I've been noticing for a few years now how people more than ever seem to be living in almost parallel media universes, making political judgments based on entirely different and conflicting sets of facts -- WorldNetDaily vs. Moveon.org, or what...
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It's ironic that May 1 was Yom Hashoah, the day Jews throughout the world remember and honor those who died in the Holocaust. Then, and now, I do not use it as an excuse to hate Germans.
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When I took a job with the state, I had to give them my birth certificate.
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Today I am very thankful and proud to be an American.
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Thank you, President Barack Obama, for the masterful way you and your security team conducted the operation to capture and kill Osama bin Laden.
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The morning after we got Osama bin Laden, I woke up with a powerful urge to plant my garden.
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Government would be a lot more reliable if we could write courage into the Constitution, or if California voters could pass an initiative making backbone, vision and wisdom prerequisites for office along with residency and citizenship.
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Your placement of the picture displaying the moment the towers were attacked on Monday was a perfect reminder to all Americans.
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The Anderson High School football team may take on a whole new look before they head into summer break.
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Anderson High School softball pitcher Cheridan Hawkins verbally committed to the University of Oregon on Wednesday.
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Life Signs band members Ralph Lewis (from left), Tim Hobbs and Jerry Kirk pray Wednesday behind Redding City Hall. The band joined about 70 other people Wednesday evening for a Bible-reading marathon that started Monday morning, which leads up to today’s National Day of Prayer. The Rev. Jim Wilson of Redding emceed the e
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A Mountain Gate grandmother who sued a fence company and a major home improvement store after she tripped and was impaled by a gate outside her home has dropped her lawsuit.
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In verdicts delivered over a two-day period, three of six people arrested during a December brawl with police outside a downtown Redding bar were convicted of misdemeanor resisting arrest, and two were acquitted.
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An adult novelties store that worried staff members at a nearby elementary school won't be coming to its proposed Parallel Road site after all.
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An Aug. 30 trial date was set Wednesday in Shasta County Superior Court for a Redding man accused of attacking his sister with a chain saw.
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Civil libertarians leafleted the Redding library Wednesday afternoon, just hours after a Shasta County judge temporarily blocked city restrictions on pamphleteering around the building.
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Shasta-Trinity National Forest firefighter Joedan Pearsall lights a prescribed burn Wednesday at Whiskeytown National Recreation Area. Smoke from the planned 50-acre fire rose above Redding's west skyline and burned along the park's east boundary, south of Highway 299 and about three miles from Shasta. The fire was intended
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In an effort to speed along certain mental health, adoption and parenting programs, the Shasta County Health and Human Services Agency is adding six jobs and increasing a seventh to a full-time position.
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In 1911: Modoc County was expected to have a great apple season. The winter banana apples of the John Briles orchards brought $8 to $10 a box last year owing to their excellence.
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MarketFest will undergo major changes this year.
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Release intended to flush waterway
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Join Avanti Travel from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. today for Disney Day at 2390 Athens Ave. in Redding.
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The northbound lane of Churn Creek Road at Browning Road is blocked this evening after a two-vehicle wreck.
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There are lots of famous people from around here. Well, maybe not lots. But some. And maybe they aren't from here but lived here for a while. Or something. Merle Haggard. Authur Godfrey. The Hearsts. Tom Hanks. Michael Chiarello. Swede Risberg.But I present two semi-famous people from here.
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The boys from Sierra Pacific Industries and Mythbusters had entirely too much fun seeing what would happen if you fired a dynamite-tipped crossbow bolt at a tree. The hilarious and scary video is here. Mark Lathrop of Sierra Pacific tells...
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The Mountain Caregiver Resource Center (MCRC) of PASSAGES, an organization that “offers services for family caregivers who provide care to adults with a brain/neurological impairment or provide care to frail adults,”  is holding a special event in May to honor the family caregiver. If you enjoy wine tasting, art, and
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OK, following up on the Chronicle piece I mentioned earlier, here's a stark contrast. From the Chronicle: By the end of last year, San Francisco had an estimated 30,700 tech jobs, just shy of the 32,800 around the peak in...
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Redding police officers are looking for the driver of a flatbed pickup that hit a bicyclist this afternoon on Hartnell Avenue.
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A man who stole marijuana in Oak Run last year will be sentenced to six years in state prison. On September 28th, an Oak Run resident called the Shasta County sheriffs office, and reported that 40 year old Victorio Rhoades and several other people were on his property stealing marijuana. The victim told deputies that the
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The Nerds on Call will be holding a food drive throughout the month of May. Residents are invited to stuff the “Nerd Mobile” with food. The business is asking residents to donate non-perishable goods. The items most requested are cereals, canned meats, canned vegetables, and other non-perishables. You can als
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AAA will be offering free rides home on May 5th. The Cinco De Mayo holiday is Thursday, and AAA will be offering its Tipsy Toe program from 6pm May 5th until 6am May 6th. The agency will offer free tow home of up to 10 miles. The service will provide a one-way ride for the driver and their vehicle. Call 1-800-222-4357 an
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Ever wonder why, despite the palpable failure of the economy that Redding residents see, California never seems to change its ways? Well, things are working pretty well elsewhere. From the Chronicle's look at booming technology companies: This growth story is...
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Three of six people arrested during a December brawl with police outside a downtown Redding bar were convicted Tuesday by a Shasta County jury of misdemeanor resisting arrest.
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What: Special Anniversary Celebration at the Bohemian Art Loft Features Mother's Day Jewelry Exhibit and Music Night When: Thursday (May 5), 3 to 10 p.m.; jewelry sale runs Thursday through Saturday Where:Bohemian Art Loft, 3304B Bechelli Lane, Redding Come help celebrate our 1-year anniversary ...
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Federal, State and Local Agencies converged on the Redding Municipal Airport Wednesday morning for a disaster drill. The three-hour drill simulated an actual airport incident, better preparing emergency responders in the event of an actual disaster. According to Jeff Granberry with the Redding Fire Department, drills of
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The 30-year-old man, a former security guard now on disability, makes no secret of his fetish for infantilism. He invited a crew from a National Geographic cable show into his home. Here's the resulting story in Britain's Daily Mail today....
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A member of the Tehama County Sheriff’s Office Explorer Team walked away with a trophy following a weekend competition. The five member Tehama County Team participated in the 2011 Law Enforcement Exploring Team Challenge in Redwood City along with 400 other Explorers from around California and as far away as Las Ve
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Redding dog owners should soon see reminders in their mailboxes about renewing Dog Licenses. California law requires all dogs to be vaccinated against rabies and Licensed at four months of age. Haven Humane Society administers licenses for the City of Redding. Licenses may be purchased at Haven on Eastside Road or Dana P
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A United Way member agency is looking for Crisis Line volunteers. Help Inc. has been providing suicide prevention, crisis intervention, information, and referral services since 1971. The agency’s help line is looking for volunteers to answer phone calls. A new training program starts May 10th, which consists of cla
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Community members are invited to make it their mission to share in the commitment to fight the number one killer of women at this year’s Go Red for Women Luncheon. In 2004, the American Heart Association faced a challenge. Cardiovascular disease claimed the lives of nearly 500-Thousand American women each year, yet
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An Aug. 30 trial date was set this afternoon in Shasta County Superior Court for a Redding man accused of attacking his sister with a chain saw.
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What: Gordon Rowland in Concert at the Bohemian Art Loft When: Saturday (May 7), 8 p.m. Where: Bohemian Art Loft, 3304B Bechelli Lane, Redding Cost: $10, students $5. Limited seating. Reserve tickets at 229-7818 Classical and Spanish guitar virtuoso, composer ...
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The words over at Three Word Wednesday are grace, jitter and thin.LovesickShe knows he’s much, much too thin and it pains her when they’ve not seen one another in consecutive days and there’s that initial shock that almost comes out in a gasp, w
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A 47-year-old Shasta County woman has been sentenced to two years in prison for robbing a Burney gas station-mini-mart last year, Shasta County sheriff's officials announced today.
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A school bus with children on board and a pickup were involved in a traffic accident this morning in the Palo Cedro area, but no one was injured, a spokesman for the California Highway Patrol said
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ON MONDAY MAY 9TH THE "CALIFORNIA PROTECTIVE PARENTS ASSOCIATION" OF SHASTA COUNTY WILL BE DEMONSTRATING  IN FRONT OF THE SHASTA COUNTY COURT HOUSE AT 1500 COURT STREET . CONTACT "CPPA FOR DETAILS AT cppashastacounty@yahoo.com.
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After years of being subjected to the toxic fumes billowing out of the copper smelter chimneys, the banks, hills and slopes in the Keswick and Kennett areas suffered major erosion damage. In an attempt to stop the erosion, the government...
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You can find out in the USDA's new "food desert" locator. It's a nifty online tool, but call me skeptical of the data. Some of Redding's food deserts include major grocery stores -- both of the city's Raley's stores, for...
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The Federal Bureau of Investigation is warning of a computer virus being spread through an email purporting to have photos or video of Osama bin Laden’s death.
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Smoke rising above Redding's west skyline this morning is from a prescribed burn ignited by firefighters at Whiskeytown National Recreation Area.
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Excerpt from today's Shasta High School bulletin: In honor of Star Wars Day, the Star Wars Club will meet today at lunch in room 817, May the 4th be with you! (Moretti)...
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I often read labels when I'm grocery-shopping, but I find many are confusing. Is there something I'm missing?   With so many claims plastered on labels, things can get really confusing. Food companies use these claims to make you think products are healthier than they really are. We've round
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A multi-agency disaster drill is being held today at the Redding Municipal Airport.
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What: Reception for fish printing artist Andrew Jensen, part of Red Bluff's First Friday Art Event When: Friday night (May 6) from 5-8 p.m. Where: Red Bluff Art Gallery, 601 Walnut Street, 530-529-1332 This Friday, the First Friday Art Event features "Gyotaku", the Japanese Art of Fish Printing demonstrated by Redding's An
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That's Kyle James, founder of 10-year-old Rather-Be-Shopping.com. In a press release on TMCnet.com, detailing a web site redesign: "... with gas prices soaring at over $4 per gallon, I now have a free shipping page that lists all the free...
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This 1845 sq ft 3/2 is a subject of investigation today. Well, perhaps not this home directly, but as evidence in part of a
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It should be sunny, warm and a bit breezy in Redding today, forecasters with the National Weather Service in Sacramento say. Today's high should be near 89 degrees, and a north winds is expected to blow between 10 to 18 mph. Gusts could be as high as 26 mph. Winds will calm down tonight and the low should be around 55 degre
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Right out in the open, on the corner of Market and Shasta streets in downtown Redding, is the proclamation: “RDG Has Culture.” The exclamatory spray paint on the Shasta Street side of Boardmart is part of a mural by Sheena and Ben George, the first in a series of public projects by this husband-and-wife artistic team ..
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PALO CEDRO —The Cougars had all of four hits in Tuesday's prep baseball game with the Shasta Wolves
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SHASTA LAKE — The Falcons are league champions once again.
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Northern Section football teams that win a section championship will have a better opportunity to compete for a state bowl game thanks to a decision handed down Friday in Milpitas by the California Interscholastic Federated Council.
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Lindsay Davis hurled 12 strikeouts for the Foothill Cougars softball team, giving up only three hits in a 3-0 victory over the Shasta Wolves on Tuesday.
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Maybe it's churlish to knock a government agency for investing in technology and looking toward the future, but that trench Caltrans is digging down the middle of Interstate 5 in Shasta County is all too apt a symbol of the hole the state of California has been digging for itself.
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When considering the issue of leafleting vehicle windshields as an act of free speech, we need to factor in the inability of many disabled drivers to remove fliers from their windshields.
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When people in Washington start creating fancy new phrases, instead of using plain English, you know they are doing something they don't want us to understand.
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Regarding Meurig Davies' letter Sunday concerning her desire to have the "birthers" apologize to Mr. Obama, our president: Absolutely not!
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Why have so many people chosen to have pieces of metal in various body parts?
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Let's hope SETI's first contact with intelligent life isn't a message pleading for an ombudsman to help resolve intolerance on their planet.
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I agree, in part, with the opinion of Bill Walsh (letter, Friday). His suggestion that we all commence driving at 50 mph is one I decided on some months ago, with the exception that I set my cruise control at 55 mph as a reflection of the gas crunch in the middle 1970s.
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"Yes we can!" and yes he did.
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A major volunteer trail work day is scheduled for this Saturday, May 7, at Whiskeytown National Recreation Area. You might call it Don’t Tread on the Salmon Day. Let me explain. The Clear Creek Canal Trail runs for more than four miles roughly parallel to Paige Bar Road from just below Clair Hill Whiskeytown Dam [...]
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After unanimously agreeing to pay back more than $500 in lunches served at a training session in March, Shasta County supervisors Tuesday said they might need to change the personnel policy that lets county department heads approve such expenses.
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Flags above the state Capitol flew at half-staff Tuesday in honor of a fallen north state soldier.
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RED BLUFF — Two draft laws, one that would ban medical marijuana dispensaries and another that would strictly regulate them, are on their way to the Tehama County Planning Commission.
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In 1911: Anderson kicked off its two days of carnival. A busy hum told of the excitement as hundreds of pleasure-seeking people swarmed the streets. Carriages and automobiles brought visitors many miles to join in the Maytime joy.
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When he was a young man in the mid-1980s, a rookie Torrance police officer named Tim Pappas watched two fellow officers kick and punch a handcuffed suspect.
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New construction activity in Redding remains in a historically deep funk.
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Rate changes proposed by Pacific Gas & Electric Co. are unfairly targeted at low-income customers, says a San Francisco-based think tank.
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Redding will spend millions of dollars less on a major sewage treatment plant expansion than planned.
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New policy slated for Redding library
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Redding will spend millions of dollars less on a major sewage treatment plant expansion than planned.
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Martha County? Old Martha? Mt. Martha? No, we're talking about the San Francisco Zoo's tiger, whose naming rights were auctioned off in a fundraiser, reports SF Appeal....
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What: Redding Mountain Biking Club Trail Work Day - Clear Creek Canal Trail Re-alignment Who: Mountain Bikers, Hikers, Runners, Equestrians When: Saturday (May 7), 8 a.m. Where: WES (Whiskeytown Environmental School) Camp, also called NEED Camp. RMB will be hosting a major trail work day on Saturday ...
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When Louis Freedberg puts the question so starkly, it ought to win some attention. From a California Watch report on a new legislative analysis on the cost of operating very small school districts: In some very small schools in remote...
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The Shasta Cascade Bicycle Coalition invites individuals and worksite teams to join the friendly and fun Bike Commute Challenge, taking place May 15 to 21. Now is the time for team captains to register and recruit team members – and issue a challenge to another department or worksite. Each participant who commutes or does
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Naked Coffeeserves organic
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A Tehama County man was sentenced Monday to nine years in prison after he was arrested last year on a series of marijuana possession and cultivation charges, it was announced today by the Tehama County district attorney’s office.
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The Trial for a Siskiyou County man accused of kidnapping and sexually assaulting a three-year-old girl has been postponed. Kody Kaplon is suspected of kidnapping the girl from her home in March of 2009, prompting a Multi-State Amber Alert. Later that day, a group of miners working near the Oregon border found the girl s
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Five local Red Cross volunteers have been sent to Alabama to help in the wake of recent tornadoes. The Redding volunteers are licensed mental health professionals who will be assisting evacuees. They left Saturday for a two week deployment. An additional Shasta County volunteer left Tuesday. That volunteer will be going
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Smoke will be seen rising from the Whiskeytown National Recreation area over the next several weeks. Park Officials have announced the resumption of prescribed burning that began in February in the Buck and East Boundary Projects. The areas are along the eastern boundary of the Park, bordering on B-L-M lands and private
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The Shasta Women’s Fefuge has received a generous donation. The Refuge received a 70-Thousand Dollar gift from the Estate of the late Elizabeth Coleman, a woman who lived in Redding and Eugene, Oregon, after retiring from Douglas Aircraft Company in Los Angeles. According to Coleman’s Nephew John Nelson, who
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A Tehama County woman who failed to make it to Court dates and Court-ordered drug counseling is going to Prison. Christina Bilodeau was arrested by Corning Police in February of last year and charged with receiving stolen property, that property being a motor vehicle. She pled guilty in March, but then failed to appear f
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A man is going to Prison for telling C-H-P Officers at the truck scales that he was somebody else. In January, Jesus Ledesma was stopped by the C-H-P at the Cottonwood Inspection Facility on Interstate Five. He had no driver’s license to show them because his license had been suspended or revoked. When different Of
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SACRAMENTO – A Red Bluff man is facing a maximum 10-year prison sentence and a $250,000 fine after he pleaded guilty today in U.S. District Court to making a sawed-off shotgun, a spokeswoman with the U.S. Attorney's Office said.
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In some parts of Northern California, a reduction in law-enforcement presence is something the locals don't much mind, reports the Press-Democrat in a story about the Mendocino County sheriff trimming rural patrols: "I haven't heard any complaints," said Mendocino County...
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Briggsville was one of Shasta County's original 1849 gold mining settlements. It was located beside Clear Creek and was Horsetown's neighbor on the east. There is hardly anything remaining there to remind us it existed except for the remains of...
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Reports are compiled by Western Outdoor News. Call 800-290-2929. BEST BITES ROGUE RIVER, Lower, Ore. — The best of the spring salmon run on the Rogue River is just now hitting the river, and while there are still slower days, over the weekend the run really picked up in momentum, and all WON contacts reported very good an
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Two north state residents who died Saturday night in a traffic accident on Highway 299 west of Hawkins Bar in Trinity County were identified today as James Summerfield, 48, of Burnt Ranch and 3-year-old Sapphire Lauri-Summerfield of Willow Creek.
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Five Northern California Red Cross volunteers, including three from Shasta County, have been sent to Alabama to assist in disaster and relief operations there.
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Firefighters at Whiskeytown National Recreation Area are set to light a 50-acre prescribed fire this week if weather conditions allow.
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Before it was listed, we featured this house on the corner of Swasey and 299. We received a lot of interest in it back then, in March. Now it’s priced to sell.
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Sunny skies with a high temperature near 82 degrees are in Redding's weather forecast today. Forecasters with the National Weather Service in Sacramento also say that northerly winds should be between 5 to 13 mph with gusts as high as 20 mph. Tonight's low will be around 52 degrees. The forecast for Wednesday calls for sunn
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Doni: First, Charlie Price, I am absolutely beside myself with joy over the news that you won an Edgar Award in New York Thursday for your book, "The Interrogation of Gabriel James".  What a spectacular honor - the thrill of a lifetime. You must feel so ... gosh, forgive me, I almost said what you felt. Sorry. So, Cha
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Once the most hated face in America — and rightly so — Osama bin Laden's bearded mug had largely faded from the public's consciousness in recent years. Time will never heal all the wounds of the 9/11 attacks, but in the near-decade since, the raw rage has cooled.
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Apparently, our Muslim-loving — if not Muslim himself — president ordered the U.S. Navy Seals to provide a Muslim religious service for Osama bin Laden.
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In reference to the photo on page 8A of Monday's paper, I am saddened by your choice.
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These are times of high anxiety for California politicians of all stripes who hold state or federal office anywhere below the statewide level. Even some city council members and county supervisors now quiver as they await possible grand opportunities.
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Do you think the first thing Donald Trump does in the morning is kiss the mirror and give himself a big good-morning hug?
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Since Bush 43 gets blamed for everything by the Obama administration, do you think he will be blamed for the death of Osama bin Laden?
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RED BLUFF —Joe Carlton merely wanted to get his approach shot close to the pin on the first playoff hole. Instead, his second shot from 68 yards bounced right into the cup for an eagle to give the 28-year-old from Windsor the victory and $5,000 at the Red Bluff Pro-Am on Monday.
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Foothill wins five-person scramble event
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With neutral championship sites for the Northern Section prep baseball playoffs now in force, the goal is to get a top-two seed for area baseball teams.
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Lassen Volcanic National Park is looking for people to spend the summer as hosts at two of its campgrounds.
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In light of Osama bin Laden's death Monday almost 10 years after the terror attacks that rocked Americans, college students in Shasta County reflected on the day that introduced many of them to war for the first time.
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In 1911: A barn dance was given by Mr. and Mrs. B.F. Chase in their large barn in the Cove. The music was furnished by the Wengler orchestra, which played for the dancers until morning. A supper was served at midnight. Forty couples attended the dance.
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April showers were copious in the Cascades but not so impressive around the rest of the north state.
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The Redding Amateur Wrestling Club (RAWC) had three wrestlers earn state placements at the California State Championships for Olympic Greco-Roman in Fresno on Saturday.
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A Fighting Falcon F-16 visited Redding Municipal Airport on Monday morning to get the word out that the Air Force Thunderbirds will headline this year's Redding Air Show, Sept. 24-25 at the airport.
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Tweaking his third novel at least a dozen times eventually paid off for Redding resident Charlie Price. The writer scored an Edgar Allan Poe Award Thursday night in New York City.
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Shasta County residents are just about the unhappiest and unhealthiest in a nationwide survey Gallup conducted last year.
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Despite what it characterizes as "continuing economic challenges," Bank of Commerce Holdings earned $1.4 million in the first quarter of 2011.
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A man killed in a motorcycle wreck Saturday morning at Deschutes Road north of Anderson was identified Monday morning by the Shasta County coroner's office as 28-year-old Steven Adams of Palo Cedro.
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Since Sept. 11, 2001, at least 17 servicemen from the north state have died in Iraq and Afghanistan. Here are their stories.
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Although his wife broke down in tears Sunday night when she learned that terrorist leader Osama bin Laden had been killed, Robert Bancroft said he remained stoical.
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Viewpoints: Myths about state workers mask gross inequalitiesBy Saree MakdisiThe current obsession with state workers' wages and benefits, which has been sweeping the nation from the Midwest to California, is distracting Americans from the real economic questions we should urgently be asking ourse
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Again this year, communities across the United States will come together during National Police Week—May 15-21—to honor and remember those law enforcement officers wh
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In Joel Kotkin's 2011 ranking of the best American cities for job growth, Redding ranks ... well, not at the bottom, but painfully close to it. We're No. 353 on the list of 398 American cities. (Dead last is Pine...
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Since Sept. 11, 2001, at least 17 servicemen from the north state have died in Iraq and Afghanistan. Here are their stories.
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Though his wife broke down in tears Sunday night when she learned the news that terrorist leader Osama bin Laden had been killed, Robert Bancroft said he remained stoic.
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Blow for justice does not undo bin Laden's evil
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Terri Ricker, Redding
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Rudy Anberg, Redding
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Emory Hanlon, Weed
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High-anxiety time for California pols
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Suzy Coffee, Manton
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Osama bin Laden is toast. Read an update about the 9/11 mastermind's confirmed departure from the planet here. Phil Fountain is a cartoonist, writer and occasional bed-wetter based in the far reaches of Northern Californey.
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A Redding man passed out while driving on Court Street Monday, and when he came to, he found that his pickup truck had clipped an Acura, sheared off a utility pole sending live electric lines onto the ground, knocked over a fire hydrant causing a flood, and then sideswiped a Volvo before coming to rest in the middle of t
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Four juveniles were uninjured after being stranded on a sand bar in the Sacramento River. The Tehama County Sheriff’s Office received a report around 10:15 Saturday night of four missing juveniles. The parents of the missing children, who ranged in age from 12 to 14, said the kids had been playing in the area of Mi
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There was no thunder in the weather forecast Monday. Thunder could certainly be heard, however, as an F-16 arrived in Redding. It’s part of the Air Force Thunderbirds demonstration team that’ll be here for the air show in September. The six fighter planes come within 18 inches of each other while performing h
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This year's Shasta High School musical extravaganza....
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A Red Bluff man has been found hanging in his cell in the Tehama County Jail. William Lee Hawthorne Junior was declared dead at 3:43 Saturday morning. He had been alone in a cell, and was found by Corrections Officers during an hourly security check. An hour earlier, Guards say he had been sleeping. He apparently was han
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C-H-P Investigators are trying to determine when a motorcyclist died on Deschutes Road. The motorcyclist, 28-year-old Steven Adams, was discovered just before 9:30 Saturday morning. He apparently had been traveling northbound on Deschutes on a 2002 Yamaha when he ran off the east side of the road north of Mustang Drive a
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A 12-year-old Cottonwood boy is reportedly responsible for shooting out the windows of a Lake California residence. According to the Tehama County Sheriff’s Office, Gordon Rydquist, who lives in San Jose but maintains a second home in Lake California, arrived at his Rio Alto Drive residence around Four O’cloc
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The Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals has upheld an Alameda County ordinance that bans the possession and sales of firearms on county-owned property.
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Two Salyer residents were killed Saturday night in a traffic accident on Highway 299 west of Hawkins Bar, the California Highway Patrol reported today.
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A mountain lion blamed for killing goats, chickens and cats in the Millville area was tracked by trained dogs and killed by a trapper on Saturday, a spokesman for the state Department of Fish & Game said today.
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Where: Mary Queen Of Peace Retreat Center, Shingletown, CA.When: May 28th (Sat) and May 29th (Sunday)  Usually you must
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Q. In 2010, Oregon Governor Ted Kulongoski overturned an 87-year-old law that barred teachers from wearing religious garb in classrooms including turbans, yarmulkes and scarves. Do you agree with this decision? Why/Why not? I believe Gov. Kulongoski is to be commended. The children and their communities will ultimately bene
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While I think Redding officials might have been wiser to let the whole library feud quietly fade, the flip side of the recently filed lawsuits is that they're all about the principle of thing. As I'm sure the city will...
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If you tell me that you are staying in a rather nice walled compound in Abbottabad, I can tell you in return that you are the honored guest of a military establishment that annually consumes several billion dollars of American...
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I love it when Local Artists Break out and do something so Clever and Lively! This local young talent Artist Kong Souriyavong has been busy on several
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Abu Bakr Salahuddin, the imam of Redding's mosque, shares his early-morning thoughts on the weekend's big news: May G'd forgive me if what I feel is wrong, right now I feel elated over the demise of such an evil person...
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Emergency crews are being sent this morning to a reported traffic accident in which a vehicle apparently hit a power pole and a fire hydrant.
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The road still exists but the toll taking ended in 1926 when Shasta County took it over and incorporated it into the county road system. It was constructed in 1902 by the Northern Trinity Toll Road Company so that the...
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I am sorry it has been so long since my last update. However, last Saturday, our beloved Lyman (Matt's step father) left this earth in the arms of angels, his pain and suffering gone forever. He is now safely enfolded...
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A 12-year-old Lake California boy is in a whole lot of trouble.
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Four Tehama County juveniles were rescued from a sand bar in the Sacramento River Saturday night after they were reported missing, officials with the Tehama County Sheriff’s Office reported today.
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A 30-year-old Tehama County jail inmate died early Saturday after he was found hanging from a bed sheet in his cell, officials with the Tehama County Sheriff’s Office said today.
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Bruce's fine editorial today on the shutdown of the Hat Creek radio observatory sent me looking online for other info and this wonderful graphic Googled up -- comparing the cost of running the Allen Array for one year with everything...
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These just seemed appropriate today seeing as Obama has gotten a new piñata for the white house just in time for Cinco De Mayo!
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Rabbi Shifren will be speaking at tonight's Redding Tea Party Patriots meeting. My guess is that he is forming some real bonds with the locals. Anyway, he was informed of my earlier post discussing his comments made over the air...
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A man killed in a motorcycle wreck Saturday morning at Deschutes Road north of Anderson was identified this morning by the Shasta County coroner's office as 28-year-old Steven Adams of Palo Cedro.
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CAIRO (AP) -- A computer programmer, startled by a helicopter clattering above his quiet Pakistani town in the early hours of the morning Monday, did what any social-media addict would do: he began sending messages to the social networking site Twitter.
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This season has proven to be an extraordinary Spring, with an abundance of wildflowers, water in creeks, and birds in the trees. It was a wet end to Winter, but a magic May Day ensues.
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We can’t recall having seen a rainbow in an image of a foreclosure home before. In fact this listing may break a record with
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Mostly sunny skies, breezy winds and a high temperature near 78 degrees are in Redding's weather forecast for today, officials with the National Weather Service in Sacramento say. Today's winds should be between 11 to 14 mph with gusts as strong as 20 mph. Tonight's low temperature should be around 49. Tuesday's forecast ca
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WASHINGTON (AP) -- Helicopters descended out of darkness on the most important counterterrorism mission in U.S. history. It was an operation so secret, only a select few U.S. officials knew what was about to happen.
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NEW YORK (AP) -- Some local law enforcement agencies in the U.S. were adding security measures Monday following Osama bin Laden's death, out of what one called "an abundance of caution."
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WASHINGTON (AP) -- Osama bin Laden, the face of global terrorism and architect of the Sept. 11, 2001, attacks, was killed in a firefight with elite American forces Monday, then quickly buried at sea in a stunning finale to a furtive decade on the run.
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What: Slow Food Shasta Cascade announces a Slow Food Mexican Brunch When: Sunday (May 8), Mothers Day, at noon. Purchase tickets by Friday (May 6); no tickets at the door. Where: Llano Seco Rancho, 8369 Hugh Baber Lane, Chico; http://www.llanoseco.com/ Brunch under the oaks at the beautiful Llano Seco Ranch. Together we'll
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Welcome to the first meeting of the Literary Minds Online Book Club. I'm so glad you could make it. I couldn't fit you all in my living room, so make yourselves comfortable in my virtual home. Enjoy my virtual coffee and wine and desserts. Don't worry about spilling anything on the carpets, they're virtually indestructibl
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Shasta High School students are preparing to open their ambitious spring musical, "The Music Man," which begins its 2-week run on Wednesday, and Director Gavin Spencer has taken time out to answer a few questions about the show. First, about the musical: Playwright Meredith Willson's most famous work premiered on Broadw
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What: 1st SpringPalooza Rummage Sale, Art & Music Festival When: May 7, 7 a.m. - 11 p.m. Where: Chrysalis Charter School (the old Bishop Quinn High School), 21893 Old 44 Drive, Palo Cedro Chrysalis Parent Club is hosting its first ...
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Today's Record Searchlight will be a special edition with full coverage of Osama bin Laden's killing by American forces. The paper will begin arriving at homes by 6 a.m. and will also be available in news racks and stores. It features a full-page commemoration of Sept. 11, 2001. Follow Redding.com for new developments on th
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RED BLUFF — On a day that seemed perfect for low scores, the field at the Red Bluff Pro-Am instead scuffled around for 18 holes.
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Three Shasta College softball players landed on the all-state JC softball team this weekend.
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California pretends to have a death penalty for murder and other heinous crimes. That is, judges and juries sentence violent felons to die in San Quentin State Prison's execution chamber.
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There was a time when carrying a firearm or any weapon into a house of worship was considered sacrilege.
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The astrophysicists who set up shop in the remote mountains of eastern Shasta County at the Hat Creek Observatory were themselves alien visitors of a sort. From the planets Berkeley and Mountain View, they came in peace, bringing wondrous technology and some very strange ideas.
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Huddled against his father in a corner booth at Mary's Pizza Shack on Sunday, Matt Farley looks like any 10-year-old boy who's just had too many slices of pepperoni.
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Along with the rest of America, the news that Osama bin Laden had been killed Sunday was on the minds of many north state residents.
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In 1911: Coroner John Larkin returned from Cayton Valley where he had been called to hold an inquest on the body of Donald Charles Bosworth, 9-year-old son of Charles G. Bosworth, who was shot and killed under somewhat peculiar circumstances. Donald was believed to have been accidentally shot by his brother.
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What: Shasta College Jazz Big Band Concert When: May 4, 7:30 p.m. Where: Shasta College Theatre Cost: $3, tickets available here. The Shasta College Division of Arts, Communications and Social Sciences presents the Shasta College Community Jazz Big Band in Concert. You can hear them at ...
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Not sure what to make of the news that Osama Bin Laden has been killed. I know it's a huge worldwide story and so it is worthwhile to note. And yet:On the one hand, I view him as extraordinarily evil. On the other hand, there are plenty of people *just* *like* *him* who would do the same if they coul
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Osama bin Laden is Dead, U.S. Officials Say. Click here for NY Times story.
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High pressure is trying to push northward along the west coast and bring us summertime weather. The jetstream or storm track continues fairly strong for this time of year and is pushing the storms eastward across the Pacific toward the west coast. The high will keep most of the storms north of our area but the stronger-than
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WASHINGTON — Osama bin Laden, the glowering mastermind behind the Sept. 11, 2001, terror attacks that murdered thousands of Americans, was killed in an operation led by the United States, President Barack Obama said Sunday.
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A motorcyclist has regained consciousness after being hit by a truck near the intersection of Victor Avenue and Dana Drive in Redding this evening, though the driver of the truck still hasn't been found.
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Police arrested a man in connection with a hit-and-run collision Sunday night that injured a Redding motorcyclist.
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Firefighters couldn't coax a cat that reportedly has been stuck in a tree for three days now into coming down this evening.
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Lots o' pictures ahead. After we returned from Paris we still had a week to go in Amsterdam.The evening we got back, we went to Cafe Casablanca to see one of our favorite musicians, Wouter Kiers. As we
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The North State fiddle prodigy plays a mean mandolin on the classic Maggie May. Wait for the solo near the end....
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Ah, color! Ah, Sunshine! It will be warm today and tonight as we sleep. I’ll be doing some transplanting this evening to my new DIY planters. We have tomato plants galore. Can’t wait for the juicy sweet fruit later this summer. The tomatoes are just too small to see in this photo. There will be [...]
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GET INVOLVED!Things like this are how you can help to change our courts for the better, go to: [www.courts.ca.gov]scroll down to "proposals Open For Public Comment" and then click on Family and Juvenile.You can then read
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Lemonade Day is promoted as a way to "inspire a budding entrepreneur!" But it is actually a dispiriting lesson about how hard it now is to become an entrepreneur, whether you're an adult or a child. It is about how...
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Victor Avenue is a busy street. Either that location works for you, or it doesn’t. There’s a whole strip of similar 1955 archetype Enterprise Ranch Style homes like this one lining the East side of the road between Cypress and Har
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Jefferson Public Radio is hoping to do for the Holly Theatre and Medford what it did for the Cascade Theatre and downtown Redding. Here and here are two examples of its PR campaign, from the Medford paper. Excerpt: A building...
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Today should be a sunny day in the Redding area, with a high of about 81 degrees. The springlike weather is expected to continue into the work week, with a high of 79 degrees tomorrow and temperatures peaking at 87 degrees Wednesday. The entire week should be sunny as well.
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Snot. Boogers. Farts. Burps. Gas. Poop. Zits... Excuuuuuse me? No apology necessary. It's a special day at your local museum where topics once considered disgusting and distasteful are embraced as educational and thought-provoking learning opportunities. Plus, animated characters like Stinky, Burp Man, Nose-Picker ...
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Marc Beauchamp submits his entry for Redding's version of the "birther movement", being the City of Redding's lawsuit baiting Library/Free Speech ordinance. I have an alternative. When is a religion not a religion? Just ask the Redding Tea Party Patriots,...
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After several years of drought, the abundant rains this winter and spring have supplied a bit of relief to electric customers in Redding, whose rates have risen partly because of a shortage of cheap hydroelectricity from the Central Valley Project.
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At one of the recent Tea Party tax rallies, a man who was distributing pro-life pamphlets was asked to leave.
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Destruction in the South. The dramatic release of the president's birth certificate. The royal wedding. The last-minute scrubbing of a historic space shuttle launch. The Donald.
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I am writing to express my concerns with the way a call for service was handled by the Redding Police Department and SHASCOM.
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by Barbara Erskine Ancient secrets are buried deep in Glastonbury’s past. One woman is on a quest to set them free. Following the death of her mother, Abi Rutherford receives a mysterious gift – a sphere of crystal known as the Serpent’s Stone. A strange shadow has fallen across the centuries, a
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by Christina Courtenay England, 1611; Hannah Marston envies a her brother’s adventurous life so she stows away on their merchant ship. They reach Japan and she is abducted by warlord Kumashiro’s warriors. Kumashiro is intrigued to learn more about the girl. There’s a clash of cultures -and wills
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by Kate Long Carol married young – to philandering Phil, and became a mother to highly-strung Jaz. Carol puts up with Phil’s infidelities, suffering in silence to keep the family together. Not so Jaz. Flash forward: the moment she discovers her own husband’s errant ways, she throws him out of
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by Melanie Gideon A woman of a certain age wondering how her life turned out the way it did. A poignant and funny insight into a year in the author’s life as she tries to come to terms with her “happily ever after.” In her quest to reignite passion and mystery in her life, Melanie reflects on he
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by Terence Frisby June, 1940. Crowds of children on a nar­row platform at Welling station await­ing the steam engine which will take them across the country towards their new lives. Warm-hearted and moving, this is a vivid and intimate portrait of our wartime history; a compelling and uplifting memo
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by Joanna Trollope Rachel has always loved being at the centre of her large family. She has fiercely devoted herself to her three sons all their lives, and continues to do so even now they are adults. They are devoted to her – she and Anthony, their father, hold the family together at their big, ram
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by Jo Beverly, Mary Jo Putney, Barbara Samuel and Karen Harbaugh This charming, emotionally compelling and romantic anthology of four Holy Grail novellas is the perfect romantic companion for your summer staycation. These are mystical tales of courage, sacrifice, love – and roses. Each story is set
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by Jerry Orbach These charming and often lyrical ex­pressions of devotion were selected from hundreds of similar fare writ­ten by the late actor, Jerry Orbach, to his wife, Joan, in the wee hours before he headed off to the set each day to work. It is not in their literary grandeur, but in the heart
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In last Sunday's paper I read the mess Russia is in for, of all things, placing six gravestone markers on six Russian sailors' graves in the Navy cemetery on Mare Island.
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Your complaint (editorial, Friday) about Democrats singling out Republican districts would make some sense if we were not facing an "all cuts" budget process thanks to the Republican Party fealty to folks like Grover Norquist.
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So President Barack Obama has now proved his place of birth to all who were so righteously and indignantly concerned that we had someone in the White House who was not a U.S. citizen, and therefore not eligible to be president.
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Are Kansas Republicans trying to protect the sanctity of the vote? Or are they trying to use the law to keep Democrats away from the polls? Gov. Sam Brownback, a Republican, this month signed a new law requiring voters to furnish photo identification at the polls, and proof of citizenship, including a birth certificate
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The self-serving Wally Herger strikes again. He just told a concerned local Tea Party group that Rep. Paul Ryan's Republican budget bill was going to "reform" Medicare. But it is not going to reform anything. It is going to phase out Medicare completely.
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America's inclination for charitable giving never ceases to amaze me.
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The north state is blessed with rivers, streams, lakes, mountains and wildlife of all sorts.
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Recent headlines shouting about iPhones, iPads and Android phones tracking your every move can make you wonder if the information being transmitted from your phone is being used for nefarious means.
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Most individuals and families find the discussion of end-of-life planning too difficult, too emotional and too confusing.
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Every so often I ring Johnnylu's bell. We share some common interests and a bit of common history. He likes to write so I'm blessed with an email from him now and then, especially when something I mention in a column rattles his chimes down in Red Bluff.
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Services offered: General engineering contractor, demolition, excavating, etc.
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I've often heard it said — usually mumbled by an unhappy passenger — if other businesses did business like the airlines, they'd be out of business.
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Recent studies have linked the ingredients in deodorants and beauty products to breast cancer. Deodorants are known to contain aluminum and some brands still contain parabens, which can bind with estrogen in cells.
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In 2010, 300 individuals donated 30,239 hours of service to the three branches of the Shasta Public Libraries, Redding, Anderson and Burney, respectively.
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I'm not what you would call a strong cook.
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Dear Readers, If your school could have a superpower, what would it be? If it's an anti-bullying superpower, you're in luck. I'd like to shout from the rooftops about the "Safe School Ambassadors" program. Masterminded by Rick Phillips, founder of Community Matters in Sebastopol, Calif., the program is i
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One morning my mother called to check on my husband, who hadn't been feeling well. Recovering from a sinus infection herself, her voice was still weak and a little broken. When I mentioned it, she said, "Yeah, I need to get back to my voice exercises. I'm supposed to be doing them for the rest of my life and I h
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It may only be springtime, but graduating high school senior football players are getting set for the 34th annual Lions All-Star football game, set for July 30 in Oroville.
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When it comes to Wilcox Oaks' golf course, everyone knows to beware of the narrow back nine.
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A 23-year-old soldier from Redding has died in Afghanistan.
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ANDERSON — The Sikh Centre in Anderson hosted more than 200 guests Saturday to celebrate Vaisakhi with Punjabi food, entertainment and a message of nonviolence.
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SWIM LESSONS
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The rejuvenated Shasta County chapter of the NAACP held its first Black & White fundraiser dinner Friday night in Redding with 60 guests, including two mayors, civil rights activists and city officials.
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Annual event's numbers were highest ever
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ROCKLIN — After two near misses, the Red Hawks weren't going to be denied this time.
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Copious winter and spring rains gave Redding Electric Utility a bottom-line bonus.
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Q: Mr. Hight, What happened to my rights as a citizen to have action taken against someone that I saw do something wrong, but the cop didn't? I'm not talking about a citizen's arrest in which the guy stole my wallet or something, but more like littering or talking on his cellphone. You spoke to a group of us on
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Siskiyou County rancher Mark Baird has a challenge for the state Department of Fish and Game: "Arrest me."
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Two adults and a child were injured today when an SUV plunged 150 feet down an embankment into thick brush off Clear Creek Road west of Redding.
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Everett Adams
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Heidi Stewart and Monte Stewart
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Tera McAuliffe and Charles Gregston
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To sahlah for my tinfoil hat - just right to block the waves the government is sending to control me! HA HA HA! Their plot is exposed and will fail!
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A 23-year-old soldier from Redding has died in Afghanistan.
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Check this out. http://d.yimg.com/nl/australia/site/player.swf?vid=24472661&repeat=0&browseCarouselUI=hide%22%3E Worth it to cut and paste. Trudi...
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A motorcycle rider suffered serious injuries this afternoon in a collision with a vehicle at Bechelli Lane and Joaquin Avenue in Redding.
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A friend recently chided me that the tag-line for my program should perhaps be celebrating the art, craft, science and labor of gardening ….the emphasis of course being on the labor aspect when he said it. There is much happening and much labor to be done in the garden this time of year - excuse [...]
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I'd submit that the Redding Library speech kerfuffle is our version of the "birther" controversy -- a distraction, a carnival side show. To paraphrase our president, we've got much more important things to do: We've got a vital fire house...
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A driver and her passenger suffered minor injuries this afternoon in a two-vehicle collision on East Cypress Avenue near the entrance to the Safeway shopping center in Redding.
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This photo shows the smelter when it was at its full capacity blowing unknown amounts of toxic smoke all over the countryside wherever the wind happened to blow it. The first portion of the smelter was built in 1901 on...
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One person was killed in a motorcycle crash north of Anderson early today, the California Highway Patrol reported this morning.
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Today should be sunny, warm and windy with a high near 76 and winds between 14 mph and 16 mph with the possibility of 20-mph gusts.
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Here’s a 1735 sqft 3/2 on an acre with a 40′ x 30′ shop. The acre is just
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We're a car-loving culture in America. Our wheels are not just a way to get around, but an extension of ourselves. So it's no surprise that many of us treat the leafleting of a car almost like a personal assault.
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Has anyone been watching the Shasta County Office of Education?
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Redding's City Council seems poised to "temporarily" close the Civic Auditorium to help plug a $3 million hole in the upcoming budget. I wonder what Carl Williams would say.
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Monty Hight's "Cop Talk" column on Sunday reminded me of an incident that happened in Minneapolis several years ago.
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Donald Trump is helping the big birthers and tea partiers pave the way for the Republican Party to lose the next presidential election by a landslide.
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Too bad President Obama doesn't have the same love and enthusiasm for his country that he has for his campaigning.
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The Shasta College softball team earned the No. 7 seed for the Northern California playoffs Friday evening.
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Instead of two victories, the Red Hawks barely managed to hang onto one.
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Playoff time is right around the corner for college softball and baseball.
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The bats are coming alive for the Cougars.
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Four-year-old Rebecca Stevens ran over from another checkout line and grabbed a package of Kool-Aid bursts and some small containers of apple sauce.
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Four-year-old Rebecca Stevens ran over from another checkout line and grabbed a package of Kool-Aid bursts and some small containers of apple sauce.
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Mary's Pizza Shack is coming to the old Maverick's building in downtown Redding.
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The North State Tea Party Alliance and the American Civil Liberties Union of Northern California Friday filed separate lawsuits against the city of Redding and the City Council, each claiming the Municipal Library's new leafleting policy is unconstitutional and should be overturned.
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A rare fox once thought to be found only close to Lassen Peak could be a candidate for federal protection.
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The former manager of the Shasta County Farm Bureau was sentenced Friday in Shasta County Superior Court to two years in prison for embezzling about $78,000 from the nonprofit agricultural group.
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William M. Beaty, a giant in the north state timber industry for more than a half-century and a past president and director emeritus of the Turtle Bay Museum and Arboretum, died April 21 at Willow Springs Alzheimer's Special Care Center in Redding. He was 94.
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RED BLUFF — With one of his students, Cpl. John Pipp lathered up her face, took a swig from his flask and went about "shaving" her.
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Gateway Unified School District's Yoon Nam Thungc is one of the state's six Classified School Employees of the Year for 2011.
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A grand opening celebration for the Rolling Hills Clinic will be from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. on May 19.
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Q: As I travel on our local roads I have noticed numerous water bottles and other containers filled with a colored liquid other than water. A friend referred to these as "Trucker Bombs." Can you please explain what these are? Who is leaving them? Is it illegal? Are they a danger to the public? Thanks.
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In 1911: A large log killed Swedish miner Hans Hansen, who was a furnace tender at the Mammoth Mine for three months. The log jumped from a chute that carried fuel to the furnace from a part of the mine that was being rid of its old timbers.
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It comes from the R-S' own insanely fit Scott Mobley, who talked to a writer for Streetsblog: "It's been years since someone's called me an idiot or flipped me off or gunned their engine as they go by just to...
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In 2010, 300 individuals donated 30,239 hours of service to the three branches of the Shasta Public Libraries, Redding, Anderson and Burney, respectively.
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Every so often I ring Johnnylu's bell. We share some common interests and a bit of common history. He likes to write so I'm blessed with an email from him now and then, especially when something I mention in a column rattles his chimes down in Red Bluff.
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One morning my mother called to check on my husband, who hadn't been feeling well. Recovering from a sinus infection herself, her voice was still weak and a little broken. When I mentioned it, she said, "Yeah, I need to get back to my voice exercises. I'm supposed to be doing them for the rest of my life and I h
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Dear Readers,
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I'm not what you would call a strong cook.
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I've often heard it said — usually mumbled by an unhappy passenger — if other businesses did business like the airlines, they'd be out of business.
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Everett Adams
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Heidi Stewart and Monte Stewart
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Tera McAuliffe and Charles Gregston
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John Whittenberger, Redding
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Marriage and monarchy endure
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At one of the recent Tea Party tax rallies, a man who was distributing pro-life pamphlets was asked to leave.
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Brown kills California deathrow boondoggle
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David Young, Redding
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Meurig Davies, Redding
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Is Kansas' voter-identification law a good thing?
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Maggie Woodard, Mount Shasta
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Life in space? Answers will have to wait
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Red Bluff police said today a domestic violence murder-suicide may be the cause of two dead bodies officers found Wednesday morning.
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Don (Jack's Bar & Grill) Conley was a protégé of the famed Redding restaurateur. The other day, at Jack's, he shared this gem: "Doc always said, 'Be nice to the dishwasher. You can't run a restaurant without one and, you...
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A YouTube video of some brave skateboarders surfing perilous looking hills in Redding. Looks fun. The equipment's so much better than I remember from the mid-Sixties (mine was basically rollerskate wheels attached to a board I fashioned in the workshop...
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Curtis Byron guessed it correctly at 9:17 a.m. as the copper smelter at Bully Hill. He spelled it as "Cooper" but I knew what he meant. Congratulations once again Curtis! You hit the nail on the head. Thank you every...
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Pope John Paul II established the Sunday after Easter as Divine Mercy Sunday. The Divine
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Secret Witness of Shasta County is offering up to $2,500 a reward for information on the April 7 fire at the former King Richard's Auto Dealership on Pine Street in Redding.
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The Elvis  doll had big hair and his skinny legs really had to work to hold it up. It’s all good. Yesterday Big E and Prince were off to Toronto. In  today’s sunshine I will finally get my gardening boxes together and plant the last of the tomato sprouts. I’ve got one box ready and filled [...]
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I know, I promised I'd stop writing about redistricting, but other people keep writing about redistricting, so how can I ignore them. The Bee's Dan Walters points to a Columbia University Law School project to draw new congressional maps, which...
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A Southern California man has been appointed by Gov. Jerry Brown as the head of the California Department of Veterans Affairs.
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Massive federal deficits and the Federal Reserves voodoo machinations with "quantitative easing" have a lot of people -- not just gold-hawkers -- wondering just when the dollar will collapse and massive inflation appear. As Barry Ritholtz points out, though, the...
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Shasta College/UC Master Gardeners offer tips on when to plant a vegetable garden.
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Ask Anna columnist Anna Moseley shares an easy tip for cleaning tile grout: Use a bleach pen.
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Home & Garden columnist Laura Christman shares organic farmer Cleo Lane's tips for a successful vegetable garden.
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For more than 50 years, Red Bluff Garden Club has been involved in projects that promote education, beautification and appreciation of plants. The club marks a milestone May 7-8 with its 50th annual flower show.
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The ex-manger of the Shasta County Farm Bureau was sentenced this morning in Shasta County Superior Court to two years in prison for embezzling about $78,000 from the nonprofit agricultural group.
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Who says nothing gets done in Sacramento? Sen. Doug LaMalfa's SB 333, which would raise the speed limit for trucks and trailers on Interstate 5 from 55 to 65 mph between Woodland and Cottonwood, has actually made it out of...
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You hear periodically, largely from conservative critics of government spending, that bankruptcy filings for local or even state governments (the latter is not now legal, but some have suggested Congress change the law) are the only hope for balancing spending...
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Mary’s Pizza Shack is coming to downtown Redding
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Someone broke into a Payne's Creek cabin, ransacked the place but apparently did not take anything.
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What is this and where is it? 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 plus an award certificate with...
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It was long rumored...Charles and Kathy Byerly, owners of the popular pizza and pasta place in the outlet mall in Anderson, hope to be open by August 1st, in the space on Shasta Street and Highway 44 formerly occupied by...
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What: Dine and Donate Fundraiser for 9-year-old Matt Farley at Mary’s Pizza Shack When: May 1; Blood and marrow drive, 12 - 5 p.m.; Matt's Dine and Donate, 11 a.m. - 9 p.m. Where: Mary’s Pizza Shack, Shasta Outlets in Anderson, 1901 Highway 273. Matt was diagnosed with leukemia at the age of 5. After [...]
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Here’s a fixer with a pool. Oasis Road will someday be a major arterial road connecting the Interstate 5 interchange that may possibly include large big-box re
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A Redding woman and a Carmel man both suffered major injuries Thursday evening in a head-on collision near Round Mountain.
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The northern Sacramento Valley is in for another breezy, rather mild day. Temperatures across the valley floor will top out around 69 degrees today, according to the National Weather Service. The average high temperature in Redding on this date is 75 degrees. North to northwest winds will blow steadily up
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In honor of Harper Lee's birthday (born April 28, 1926), here's the classic remake of her one-and-only novel.To Kill A Mockingbird, your Video Friday:
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After a couple weeks on the bicycle beat, I’m giving the two-wheelers a rest (well, mostly) for today. I’ll be writing about upcoming bicycle races and events, including the return of a popular mountain bike racing series in coming weeks, but enough of the darned bicycles already. We have a wide variety of other news [.
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It feels like Christmas in April at the Artistic Endeavors art studio. Like Santa’s elves, artists are working feverishly on paintings, charcoal drawings, clay pieces, birdhouses and hand-sewn aprons in preparation for the “Creations of Love” Arts and Crafts Fair this weekend -- a day of celebration with a raffle, spi
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What: Citizens Oversight Committee for Bond Measure A to hold Quarterly Meeting When: Monday (May 2), 5:30 p.m. Where: Boardroom of the Shasta College main campus As a result of the successful passage of Measure A in March 2002, a Citizens Oversight Committee for ...
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When we warned that a majority-vote budget would let Democrats in Sacramento squeeze conservative-leaning parts of California in a financial vise, that wasn't meant as a how-to guide for liberal lawmakers.
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Obama may be moving toward something resembling a doctrine. One of his advisers described the president's actions in Libya as "leading from behind." — Ryan Lizza, The New Yorker, May 2 issue
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The state and federal officials whom we elected seem to spend a lot of precious time sitting on their hands.
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Imagine a Democrat governor and a Democrat Legislature passed a law giving that governor the right to decide if your city is, in his opinion, financially secure. Then imagine that this law also gives the Democrat governor the right to send a political ally to your city and fire the mayor and the city council that you voted
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Last Friday we were celebrating our 35th wedding anniversary at Outback Restaurant.
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In 1911: A sufficient number of cows now were available in and around Red Bluff to supply milk for a creamery. H.P. Stice, Frank Filmore, the Sisson brothers and M.W. Duncan planned to stock their ranches with more dairy cows to keep the milk flowing.
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The California Department of Forestry and Fire Protection will require permits for open or dooryard burning on unincorporated land under its jurisdiction in Shasta, Siskiyou, Tehama and Trinity counties starting at 8 a.m. Sunday.
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It was a year ago May when Amy Bourke, the mother of two small daughters and after-school director at McCloud Elementary School, started feeling tired.
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COTTONWOOD — Close to 60 residents here met with local, county and state officials at the community center Thursday to discuss issues facing the area.
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The Falcons may not be in the championship game of their own tournament, but they sure are playing like they should be.
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Dunsmuir's economy may soon get a boost as the City Council will review and possibly approve a lease agreement today for the city's former Coca-Cola bottling plant.
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In Orleans, a small river town in the heart of the Klamath National Forest, a group of about 100 residents, Forest Service officials, tribespeople and scientists came together for three days this week to try and hash out a better way to fight wildfires with fire, an effort first inspired by American Indian traditions of sma
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Redding police Thursday released the name of the Shasta County Sheriff's deputy who accidentally shot another deputy April 22 during a search for two suspects at Whiskeytown Lake.
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East will meet North on Saturday as Sikhs celebrate Vaisakhi at the Sikh Center in Anderson, and they've invited fellow Northern California residents to stop by for free Punjabi food and entertainment.
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The trenches are just the beginning.
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In the playoff format for the two sports, each league champion is automatically seeded in the top four of the playoffs to assure that team of a first-round home playoff game.
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David Brooks' column, reporting on a swing through the Department of Housing and Urban Development, includes an all too familiar datum: The HUDStat report is blunt about which state and local departments are efficiently moving veterans into housing (Indiana and...
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The Shasta College baseball team picked up a 13-4 win over College of the Siskiyous to end the season on Thursday.
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A 25-year-old man was taken to Mercy Medical Center tonight after falling off a balcony at the Redding Convention Center.
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Twelve years ago, the State Theatre in Red Bluff was in a bad place — financially troubled, facing demolition — when Red Bluff resident Ron Clark decided to do something about it.
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A customer service workshop designed for small business owners is being held from 5:30 to 7:30 p.m. on May 10 at the Small Business Development Center, 2990 Innsbruck Drive, in Redding.
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Travelin' in Time is a weekly look at historic places in the north state.
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Two medical helicopters were being called out this evening for two people injured in a two-vehicle collision on Highway 299 west of Buzzard Roost Road.
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Lost Coast Outpost's Hank Sims notes that Amazon has declared Eureka one of America's greenest towns --- and why's that? Internet retailer Amazon.com has a "Green Blog." Last week, in the runup to Earth Day, that blog set out to...
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The Obama Doctrine:
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Nancy Jacobs, Redding
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Bill and Marcie Warren, Redding
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Democrats wield new stick in budget debate
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Bill Walsh, McArthur
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SACRAMENTO - A Berkeley man has been indicted by a federal grand jury on drug charges after he was arrested earlier this month by Shasta County sheriff’s deputies who found cocaine and methamphetamine hidden his car after he was pulled over for speeding on Interstate 5 north of Redding.
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The Muletown String Band is proud to release its debut CD during an 8 p.m. Saturday show at Vintage. It's free to get in the door but reservations are recommended if you plan to have dinner. The CD features 12 original songs that represent the band's Klamath Mountain soul sound ...
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A Red Bluff man reported $5,189 in coins, knives, watches, necklaces, a Wii console and a pistol were stolen from his Wilcox Road home Wednesday.
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What: Local Law Enforcement and Public Health Hold Drug Drop-off Event When: Saturday (April 30), 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Where: Mt. Shasta Mall in Redding and the Safeway in Burney On Saturday, the Redding Police Department, Shasta County Sheriffs Office, Public Health and the Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) will host a D
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Now here's an odd detail in Ed Mendel's report on tentative moves to use California's pension funds to promote investments in the state. Mendel talked to Steve Cooney, who represents state Treasurer Bill Lockyer on CalPERS' board: For example, Cooney...
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Odds are higher gas prices are eating into food budgets at our local WalMarts and Wincos, too. From cnn.com: Wal-Mart shoppers, many of whom live paycheck to paycheck, typically shop in bulk at the beginning of the month when their...
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1. Josh Turner with Easton Corbin 7 p.m. today, Redding Convention Center. Tickets, $49.50 and $58.50. Call 225-4130 or go to www.reddingconventioncenter.com
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When I last talked to sculptor Elliott Rogers, he was fresh from a 180-degree life change. He had moved from apartment living, what he describes as a “living in a box,” to a tent in Hayfork, a change that rescued him from a failing urban-induced mental state. He recently added two spoiled chickens to his family, moved h
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Police arrested a Red Bluff man and woman Wednesday after the two stole prescription drugs from another man and woman at knife point.
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When Mike and Solange Tomlinson opened Bricks Smokehouse BBQ & Grill in late 2009 in the former Willie’s Famous Chili Dogs location on Placer Street, it was clear that they had a winning product, but their sales would be limited by the tiny restaurant.
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Downtown business owners have, over the past few years, started to respond to the common request for more culture. And it seems to be paying off.
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Yes. It was located in southern Shasta County approximately where Gover Ranch is today and eastward along the northern side of Battle Creek. This was in 1856 and on a portion of Rancho de Briesgau, an unclaimed Mexican land grant....
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We’ve got trouble, right here in River City, with a capital ‘T’ and that rhymes with ‘P’ and that stands for Plan, as in time to make plans to see Shasta High’s spring musical, the beloved “Music Man.”
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Sunday, February 20, 2011They just want Ms. Kitkowski to crawl away and die but she will not! The Shasta County court, led by Judge Jack Halpin began their "shock and awe" campaign on Ms. Kitkowski back in May 2007 when they took all custody of her daughter from her and gave no reason, Attorney Richard Bay
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Friday, April 2, 2010DREADED VACATIONS It is Easter vacation time, P.C. name "Spring Break." do you know that these times are feared and loathed by some parents, imagine that your ex-spouse had beaten and raped you, or abused you in any other way for 15 or 20 years. You finally overcome your fear of retrib
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Hi, today Honey Bandit and the boys went out to play in the big pen. They ran and romped and had quite a lovely time. Honey Bandit kept stumbling a little bit, and then slid (fell) onto his butt. Maybe...
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The Redding Police Department has identified the two deputies involved in a shooting last Friday in the Whiskeytown National Recreation Area. The deputies, Gerry Maul and Nolan Guiducci, were among a number of law enforcement officers assisting park rangers in a search for two people wanted on drug-related warrants. Whil
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Darrell Steinberg, leader of the state Senate's Democrats, is starting to talk hardball. From AP: SACRAMENTO, Calif.--The Democratic leader of the state Senate said Wednesday he is interested in the possibility of targeting Republican districts for budget cuts if GOP...
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Redding police have released the name of the Shasta County Sheriff's deputy who accidentally shot another deputy Friday during a search for two wanted suspects at Whiskeytown Lake.
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Unless you were deaf in the Sixties and Seventies you've heard his music and marvelous voice. But chances are you may not know the man or the story behind his beautiful, sad and too-short life. This documentary rectifies that. The...
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Thursday, March 4, 2010Look at The Dead Dog in The Road! I know the fallacy, philandering and flagrant corruption in our Family Court is unsightly and hard to look at: like a dead dog on the road. If it's not our dog we just want to get by it and go on with our lives because it is inconsequential to us. Bu
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Here’s a unique program to help people buy New Construction homes in the Redding California area. Local bankers North Valley Bank, and local builders Ochoa & Shehan have teamed up to create a new finance option for people to buy
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A Story of Recovery A story with a dark beginning, a troubled middle, and now, with light and hope for the future. Robert, a recent client at Crestwood We
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The images reveal some deferred maintenance issues, but today’s FDotD looks like a lo
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The words over at Three Word Wednesday are foolish, mercy and relish. Pratt in 3EIt would be ever so foolish of you to be enamored by Pratt’s boyish good looks, the great hair, the fuzz-free wool suits and the meticulously shined shoes.Y
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The far northern Sacramento Valley is in for cooler weather today after a mild start to the week. Afternoon temperatures across the valley floor should peak around 67 degrees under partly cloudy skies, according to the National Weather Service. The average high in Redding on this date is 74 degrees. The c
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If the second weekend in October is the Big Bike Weekend for motorcycles, then surely this coming weekend is the Big Bicycle Weekend for non-motorized two-wheelers. This Saturday, April 30, will see the 24th edition of the Lemurian Shasta Classic, one of the oldest and toughest mountain bike races on the West Coast. The fol
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Ask North State residents why they like living here and chances are you’ll hear a lot about the natural beauty and proximity to recreation. That would be my No. 1 answer if polled, and the north coast redwoods are on my list of top natural attractions. I usually enjoy a view of the great trees from the [...]
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Cubs let another one slip away late
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More often than not, a stronger team will separate itself from the rest of the bunch.
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Five players from Simpson University's softball squad have been selected for the first team on the 2011 California Pacific Conference softball all-conference team.
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Even a League of California Cities committee led by Redding's outside lawyer in the REU case concedes the basic point that transfers to the general fund amount to a tax under Proposition 26.
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There's a reason presidents go gray. The job is difficult. The pressures are unrelenting. If you don't realize this, you're not qualified to be president. Or you're Donald Trump, in which case you are also not be qualified to be president.
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Recently our company, SST Oil, was chosen as "Best Company to Work for in Shasta County" in the midsize business category by the Smart Business Resource Center.
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As both a former high school teacher and an American, I must agree with the general thrust of Dennis Prager's arguments.
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Kudos to the people who organized and ran the first Shasta Living Streets event Saturday.
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According to Time magazine's May 2 edition, the number of people in Mexico still speaking the Ayapaneco language is down to two.
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After a two-day preliminary hearing, a 22-year-old Redding man was ordered Wednesday to stand trial on charges of attempted murder and assault in connection with the stabbing of another Redding man last month.
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The Redding defense attorney representing Jacob Daniel Berlinghoff wants to sit down with District Attorney Stephen Carlton in an attempt to have the felony case against his client reconsidered.
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In 1911: Mills in the Shingletown mountains at Viola, Plateau and other points in the vicinity of Inwood were preparing for a season's run. The first mill to start cutting lumber this spring was owned by B.F. Loomis, who began April 14, notwithstanding snow drifts 3 feet in depth that lingered near the mill.
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The puzzling circumstances surrounding Friday's accidental shooting of a Shasta County sheriff's deputy by another deputy during a search for two wanted suspects at Whiskeytown Lake continued Wednesday to remain under wraps.
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Ronessa Mayfield of Redding isn't sure what she is going to do when July rolls around.
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Redding could possibly save money by exempting itself from prevailing wages in a city charter, according to city staff and three members of the city's Charter Exploratory Committee that met Wednesday.
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Students from Tehama County will step back 150 years in time Friday at the Dog Island Civil War re-enactment to learn about the War Between the States.
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A team of Enterprise High School academic stars arrives in Washington, D.C., today to compete in the U.S. Department of Energy's Science Bowl.
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North Valley Bank in Redding has announced that two new employees have joined the bank's Merchant Card Processing leadership team.
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Ahh, the immune system.
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Have you looked back on your life with regret that you quit playing the piano, guitar or other musical instrument? As a child, lessons might have been boring, too difficult, or you didn't like your teacher. Then as a teenager, you might have been too busy with sports and school activities. Time for music lessons vanishe
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In a modest little change that various readers have suggested over the years, I've been breaking up the Letters to the Editor packages into individual items on Redding.com's Opinion section for the past week or so. Not the biggest deal...
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Now, anyone who knows me well enough to have seen my truck will know that I just don't invest much of my personal pride (or personal money) in my wheels. I had a car payment once, and it gave me...
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A 21-year-old Redding man was ordered today to stand trial on charges of attempted murder and assault in connection with the stabbing of another Redding man last month.
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Tehama County drug agents arrested three people and cited a girl Tuesday in a series of busts in Red Bluff.
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RED BLUFF - A Red Bluff man and woman were found dead inside a First Street home this morning, police announced today.
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An Anderson high school student recently went to the nation’s capital to participate in the National Food Marketing Workgroup conference. Rebecca Lariza went to Washington D.C. along with a community organizer to share information on their efforts to bring healthy food choices to the Wal-Mart super center in Anders
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Even a League of California Cities committee led by Redding's outside lawyer in the REU case concedes the basic point that transfers to the general fund amount to a tax under Proposition 26.
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Cal-Fire announced Wednesday that burn permits will be required above 1,000 feet in elevation beginning May 1st. All outdoor burning will be banned in Shasta County for residents below 1,000 feet starting on April 30th. Cal-Fire unit Chief Rick Kyle reminds residents to take extra caution when burning outdoors. Although
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The man accused of inappropriately touching a minor in 2008 was in court again Wednesday. 33 year old Jacob Berlinghoff was scheduled to enter a plea Wednesday but the date was pushed back until May 12th. The attorney handling the case wasn’t available Wednesday because he was representing another client. Post e
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Wait times are down at DMV offices across the state. Nearly 2.5 million people were served at the DMV last month, and approximately 65 percent had to wait less than 30 minutes for service. In March of 2010, roughly 42 percent had wait times of less than 30 minutes. Last year DMV employees were furloughed forcing offices
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A Fugitive from Oregon has been captured in Redding. The Shasta County Marshal’s Office received an arrest warrant from Oregon Tuesday for 27-year-old Armando Alvarado. He was sought on a charge of “delivery of a controlled substance within one thousand feet of a school”. Marshal’s Deputies looked
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Those cable median barriers that run down the middle of Interstate Five proved their worth again Wednesday morning. At about 10:25, a teenaged girl driving a Mitsubishi Lancer was northbound on I-5 in Redding when the tread of a rear tire began to separate, causing the car to fishtail and the driver to lose control. The
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Well, they don't exist only at Lassen, but pretty close. SAN FRANCISCO April 27, 2011 -- The Center for Biological Diversity today filed a petition with the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service to list the Sierra Nevada red fox as...
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Shasta County Marshal's Office deputies Tuesday arrested a man wanted in Oregon on suspicion of a drug deal near a school.
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We've all passed over it on Hwy. 273 in south Redding. It's a creek that's rich in history. It's named for Oregon goldminer Nathan Olney who mined in the creek with his Walla Walla Indians in 1848 just before the...
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Redding police have cleared two sedans that collided on Athens Avenue just north of Cypress Avenue earlier this morning.
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DariaThe cigarette smoke came out of her lips like car exhaust, floated around her streaked-blonde hair and dissipated into the warm summer night. He’d promised her a life of luxury, if only she’d keep her mouth shut – and her legs open. She’d fought him every step of the way, and when she turned
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Tomorrow’s scheduled preliminary hearing for Jacob Daniel Berlinghoff of Redding, whose 15-year-old daughter is accusing him of fondling her three years ago, was postponed today in Shasta County Superior Court until May 11.
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Tehama County Sheriffs deputies arrested a Red Bluff couple Monday after stopping their pickup and finding methamphetamine in the cab.
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1-2-3-4 Here’s that home you’re looking for 5-6-7-8 Buy it soon, or be too late. Here’s a 4 bedroom home in Quail
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WASHINGTON (AP) — The White House has released the long form of President Barack Obama's birth certificate in response to questions about whether he was really born in the U.S.
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The far northern Sacramento Valley should see slightly warmer temperatures today after a cooler-than-expected Tuesday. Temperatures across the valley floor should top out this afternoon around 71 degrees, according to the National Weather Service. The average high temperature in Redding on this date is 74 degrees
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Local redistricting efforts are underway in Shasta County and the community's participation is welcome, Shasta County Clerk and Registrar of Voters Cathy Darling Allen announced this week. Shasta County Citizens Redistricting Advisory Committee members have expressed their sincere desire to hear from the public ...
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What: 2nd Annual No One Should Go Hungry Benefit Concert When: Saturday (April 30), 2 p.m. to 9 p.m. Where: Douglas City Fire Hall, Trinity County Northern Traditionz of Chico and Bonded of Douglas City will be performing. Admission is non perishable food items or a cash donation. Raffling off numerous items. Ganja Sky will
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I hadn’t visited my homeland in Indio, California for almost three years. I wasn't sure what to expect because development has been expanding at a scary rate since I last resided there. Late this winter, I decided to endure the 11-hour drive south to visit my family. To prepare for a drive like this, one must take [...]
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What: Spring Tea and Fashion Show When: Saturday (April 30), 12 to 3 p.m. Where: Open Door Community Church, 33883 Hwy 44, Shingletown, 7 miles east of downtown Shingletown Cost: Adults $15, Children $10 (under age of 16). Price includes one 4x6 photo (with antique imaging), gift frame and ...
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I know not to eat fried foods and other artery-clogging fats to keep my heart healthy. But what should I be eating instead? Here is our top 10 list of heart-healthy foods.
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The first step in making a change is to shine a spotlight on a problem, and Sen. Doug LaMalfa says he aims to do just that in Sacramento with legislative hearings on which inmates the California Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation is sending to its conservation camps.
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As usual, I filed away last year's taxes.
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Regarding Bob Williams' column Monday:
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The boomlet for Donald Trump as a Republican nominee for president of the United States ought to be a wake-up call for Republican candidates and Republican Party leaders alike.
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Amid all the bad and negative things happening in our world today, I recently witnessed something that reminded me that there are lots of good things that go on that we never hear about as they do not make news.
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With six games left in the regular season schedule, Anderson pitcher Cheridan Hawkins is on pace to become just the second softball pitcher in Northern Section history to strike out more than 400 batters in a season.
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Simpson University's Mitch Card and Micah Eppler were both named to the California Pacific Conference men's golf all-conference team Monday.
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The second week of action in the 10th annual Shasta Lake Bass Easter Baseball Classic should be a little more familiar to the local teams.
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Accused maybe ordered tostand trial
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Shasta County supervisors Tuesday appointed Rick Kyle as the new fire warden and chief of the Shasta County Fire Department.
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Turtle Bay Exploration Park failed to make the cut for a $7 million state grant for museum expansion.
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RED BLUFF — The sometimes volatile topic of development impact fees resurfaced Tuesday, as Tehama County's chief executive briefed the Board of Supervisors on the work of an in-house committee peering into the future.
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Police continue to withhold the name of a deputy who accidentally shot one of his peers last week.
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Andreas Fuhrmann/Record Searchlight
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In 1911: The city of Redding didn’t have $5,000 to pay for a fire automobile that was going to be delivered next month. The city only had $500 on hand. City Marshal Send said he didn’t know what could be done to meet the indebtedness, but he would try to get a time extension from the manufacturing company.
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Book loosely based on plight of birds in '07
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Suit: Rights violated in fliers campaign
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Kayakers, fishing opening day affected
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Outdoor shop will replace Gottschalks
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That would be Tony Wheeler and his wife, Maureen. This Wall St. Journal profile brought back fond memories of footloose times in the late Seventies and early Eighties. My well-thumbed copy of "Southeast Asia on a Shoestring" must've been one...
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With more than 25 years of experience, a Shasta County man has started his own glass business, Quality Glass & Windows.
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Police continue to withhold the name of a deputy who accidentally shot one of his peers last week.
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Firefighters quickly contained a dryer fire on Red Bud Lane in Anderson this afternoon.
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Told you it was awesome! This being guards the driveway gate to a west Redding home we once sold. It didn’t have the guardian at the gate back then, but it looks pretty cool now. Here it is, seen in context. You have to loo
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The L.A. Times notes our state senator was among the Republicans dissenting on the bill to raise fines for talking on a cell phone while driving: "People out there, they hate this bill,'' said Sen. Doug La Malfa (R-Richvale). "It...
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We do not know what we need to know until we ask the right questions, and we can identify the right questions only by subjecting our own ideas about the world to the test of public controversy. Information, usually understood...
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What a beautiful turnout for the united efforts of the Anderson & Way Team effort to bring a great Easter Egg Hunt and FREE BBQ too to Anderson!!  Wow, it was really great!  From what I could see, getting ther
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The drivers involved in a head-on collision west of Round Mountain Tuesday morning were lucky to escape serious injury, according to the Highway Patrol. Shortly before 9am, 60-year-old Doyle Mosby was driving his GMC pickup eastbound on Highw
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Shasta County supervisors today appointed Rick Kyle as the new fire warden and chief of the Shasta County Fire Department. He was also named unit chief for the Shasta-Trinity division of the California Department of Forestry and Fire Protection by Acting Director Ken Pimlott.
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He was the first person to own the land where Vollmers was located in the Sacramento River Canyon. Autenrieth was not a doctor, his father was, and for some reason he continued with the title. He was affectionately known as...
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Beauty, they say, is in the eye of the beholder. But if you could see the people I love — all the beauty I see in them — you’d have to agree. They really are quite something to behold. My first child, after 10 months of pregnancy and 22 hours of labor, came into the world looking like Rocky Balboa after 19 rounds with
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Law enforcement officers throughout Northern California are still looking for 46-year-old Hank Riley. The man is wanted on multiple arrest warrants from multiple counties, and was the subject of a manhunt at Whiskeytown Lake on Friday that resulted in the capture of his wif
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It was about 3:00 a.m. and I got up and checked on "the kids". I saw the cutest little thing, a horsey train. HoneyBandit was the engine, and DaBubbles was the next car. Bear was the caboose. I had to...
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A trial date has been set for two people accused of killing a man in a drive-by shooting. 25-year-old Vanessa Williamson and 23-year-old Robert James the Fourth are accused in the shooting of 28-year-old Daniel Khelawan on January 8th of last year. Khelawan was found dead in his car near the intersection of West and Gold
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Almost 4 years ago I became aware of the corrupt and rampaging family court and its components such as attorneys, mediators, therapists etc.During this time, there have been major developments on this subject, a local woman that is fighting the corrupt court because she has lost her daughter to her abuser fo
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Be comfortable at home with your barbeque grill and smoke cooker during this hands-on class. Participation and applications, type of charcoal, fire control, meat preparation and food handling safety using a Weber Kettle, BBQ, water smoker and more. Recipes for award winning pork ribs ...
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I'm not a "climate skeptic," but I am very skeptical of forecasts of what climate change might mean to a specific region. Honestly, they can take a best guess of what might happen, but ultimately it's throwing darts in the...
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No one was injured when a pickup and a car collided head-on near Round Mountain.
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Here’s a West Redding Fannie Mae home built in 1976 that’s a 3/2 of abou
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The north state will see a spell of sunny days with mild to warm afternoons following a long period of cool, unsettled weather. Temperatures across the northern Sacramento Valley floor will peak around 73 degrees this afternoon, according to the National Weather Service. The average high temperature in Redding on
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It has been discovered within the family court case # 149117, that the court has made up some pseudo legal issue against Lani Kitkowski ( chapter leader: of "California Protective Parents Association" Shasta County and marginalized parent) and fabricated a probation as though it has been in place since June of last year
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This  letter was written to the "Record Searchlight" editor, as suspected it had not been published to date; so here it is: Almost 4 years ago I became aware of the corrupt and rampaging family court and its components, such as attorneys, mediators, therapists etc.During thi
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What: Mercy Hosts Grooving with the Girls - an Evening of Fun and Health Information Just for Women When: May 5, 5 p.m. Where: Red Lion Hotel, Redding Cost: $15 per person. To register for the event women may call 530-24-MERCY ...
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What: Millville Grange Community Information Meeting When: Wednesday (April 27), 6:30 p.m. Where: Millville Grange Hall, 20237 Old 44 Drive, Palo Cedro, CA 96073 The Millville Grange invites the public to find out what is happening within their communities and to get more active locally. Community groups ...
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In 2009, when Monica Templeton closed “Monica’s Vintage Inspired,” her Athens Avenue shabby-chic emporium, a whole cadre of artists, jewelry designers and furniture up-cyclers lost a home. And Redding lost a place to discover one-of-a-kind, artful gifts and décor, in a place that felt like home. It was only a matter
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At least three different bills in the Legislature aim to soften cuts to the state parks' budget by opening new opportunities for nonprofit groups, local governments or even private concessionaires to run parks otherwise facing a padlocked gate. But can any new operators — public or private, for-profit or philanthr
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The Redding City Council passed "limited free speech rules." Why?
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There's a local exception to fewer public university openings.
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There were a lot of questionable actions and policies during the seven years Arnold Schwarzenegger was governor of California, many at least bordering on outright corruption. All the suspicions about one of the last of those acts have now been confirmed by the man who once gleefully adopted the sobriquet "governator.
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Northbound on Interstate 5 just north of Redding I had a flat tire.
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This April, I urge our neighbors to take part in Parkinson's Awareness Month.
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Corning Ford-Mercury has purchased the former Helser Chevrolet dealership in Red Bluff.
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U.S. Rep. Wally Herger pitched a Republican plan to reform Medicare and Social Security to a group of tea party members on Monday night in Redding.
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1911: Two brothers were drowned in the Sacramento River at Lamoine when their boat capsized because their clothes were loaded down with heavy cartridges, which they planned to use on a hunt. Both Royal Melvin and Marion Melvin could swim, but the heavy ammunition pulled them down despite their efforts.
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The Greater Redding Chamber of Commerce and Win-River Casino are holding a "Margarita Mixpo Madness" after-hours mixer combined with a mini-expo on May 5.
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The CDFF Pipes and Drum Band got some expert bagpipe lessons during the weekend when Bruce Gandy of Nova Scotia, a world-renowned bagpiper, visited Redding to give the band some tips, said Dale Wilson, a member of the 20-member group.
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Red Bluff police Sunday arrested a parolee after watching him stash methamphetamine under a motel room bed, officers said.
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A 23-year-old Redding man who turned himself in at the Shasta County jail Saturday in connection with a Friday drive-by shooting near Enterprise Community Park saw his bail increased from $50,000 to $250,000 during his Monday arraignment in Shasta County Superior Court.
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Hank Leon Riley, a wanted Hayfork man, remained on the run Monday while detectives continued to investigate how a Shasta County deputy accidentally shot another deputy during the search for the fugitive and his wife Friday at Whiskeytown National Recreation Area.
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State Sen. Doug LaMalfa plans to call for hearings to investigate why state prison officials are placing violent inmates in the state's 41 minimum-security fire camps despite assurances to the contrary, he said Monday.
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A class of 25 fourth-graders from Columbia Elementary School in Redding donated 50 handmade pocket pillows for foster children with Krista Foster Homes on Shasta Street in Redding.
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Long ago when I had TV, occasionally I would get up during a bout of insomnia and watch whatever was on during the wee hours when they break out the worst commercials. The one for the headache remedy that you rolled across your head was one, and there was one for Gold Bond Medicated Powder that featured a rather unattractiv
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It has been discovered within the family court case # 149117, that the court has made up some pseudo legal issue against Lani Kitkowski ( chapter leader: of "California Protective Parents Association" Shasta County and marginalized parent) and fabricated a probation as though it has been in place since June of last year.
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Props to The Associated Press' Don Thompson for reporting the actual cost of a minor ticket for a first-time offense: The California state Senate has approved a bill that would increase fines for texting or using a handheld cell phone...
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There's a local exception to fewer public university openings.
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Reports are compiled by Western Outdoor News. Call 800-290-2929. BEST BITES SACRAMENTO RIVER, Redding — Trout fishing around Redding was very good once again, with anglers catching 20 trout or more from downtown Redding to Anderson. They’re fat, feisty, and weighing more than 1 pound with many weighing 2 pounds. Dead-dr
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A quick trip to Oregon forced me to miss Saturday’s Whole Earth and Watershed Festival at Redding City Hall for the first time in several years. It’s always an enjoyable and educational event, so I’m not surprised to hear positive comments about the festival and the first-time “living street” exercise on Park Mari
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Is the roughly $6 million a year that the city of Redding transfers from its electric utility to the city's general fund a tax that November's Prop. 26 rendered illegal without a public vote? Great question -- and one that...
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A jackknifed big rig is blocking eastbound Highway 44 between Eskimo Hill and Old Station.
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Via our state senator's Facebook page, a fascinating story of how Southern California is embracing desalinated seawater --- just so long as it's desalinated outside of California and away from it strict regulatory regime. From the Voice of San Diego:...
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So a school board member in the little Tulare County farm town told the Los Angeles Times for a story about the recent visit of a U.N. "special rapporteur," Catarina de Albuquerque, who specializes in water issues. Funny, she visited...
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A 23-year-old Redding man who turned himself in at the Shasta County jail Saturday in connection with a Friday drive-by shooting near Enterprise Community Park in east Redding saw his bail increased to $250,000 from $50,000 today during his arraignment in Shasta County Superior Court.
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List of recreational clubs and groups active in the North State.
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There’s really no good way to get rid of unused prescription medications anymore. You shouldn’t keep them in the medicine cabinet because they could be taken and abused by a family member, a visitor, or a thief. You shouldn’t throw them in the trash because they end up in the groundwater. You shouldn
A Shasta County man was given a lengthy prison sentence Friday afternoon for torturing a man who owed him a debt. The victim owed money for drugs that Jerry Wayne Gentry had given him on credit. On October 15th, 2009, Gentry had the victim brought to his location at 6486 Highway 273 in Anderson, a place known as “T
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Authorities are still searching for a man wanted on warrants in Shasta, Trinity and Butte counties. On Friday, National Park Service Rangers requested assistance in locating two wanted people near Whiskeytown Lake. 46-year-old Elizabeth Riley and 48-year-old Hank Riley were wanted on a number of drug related warrants. Of
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A man wanted in connection to a drive-by shooting turned himself in over the weekend. Redding Police were called to Victor Avenue at Kids Kingdom in Enterprise Community Park around 2:30 Friday afternoon. 19-year-old Cory Coupe and 21-year-old Gage Miranda, both of Redding, told officers they were shot at by someone in a
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Whiskeytown National Recreation Area rangers are continuing to search today for a wanted Hayfork man seen Friday in the park.
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A sobriety checkpoint held Friday night in Redding served to get one alleged drunk driver off the road. Officials say that arrests are not really the point of DUI and driver’s license checkpoints, but that the checkpoints raise awareness and prompt potential drunk drivers to think twice. A checkpoint was conducted
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A 16-year-old boy who was hit by a car last week in east Redding has succumbed to his injuries. Emergency crews were called about 3:20 Thursday afternoon to Victor Avenue south of Hartnell Avenue. Austin Blake was walking with 3 friends south of Bramble Place on the west side of the bridge, where there is no sidewalk. Fo
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A big thank you to friend and fellow researcher Marilyn Rountree who spotted this little gem in the San Jose Mercury News dated 7-2-1911. She searched for more articles printed after this one, and could not find any. So apparently...
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Q. What do you believe happens to a person after they die? Do they go to some sort of reward or punishment? Are they reincarnated? The International Centers for Spiritual Living teach that “it is done unto you as you believe.” In other words, one’s thinking and one’s expectations create our reality. So if we believe
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Hey, we live in a rail town. We live in one of the richest nations in the world. Why don’t we have this? > Not even a high speed caboose around here.
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Cat, you make a poor floormat.
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Here’s a Fannie Mae home in a great neighborhood in North Redding. It seems to have last sold in ’05 for $359K. You may be asking what happened to the lost value, and you need look no further than the Debt Clock to the right. The
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This newly posted YouTube video showcases a promo from Bob {"Have Airstream, Will Travel"} Warren & Co. at the Redding Convention and Visitors Bureau and the Shasta-Cascade Wonderland Association: Glad to see it plugs my personal all-time favorite attraction, a...
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Red Bluff police Sunday evening arrested a parolee after watching him stash methamphetamine under a motel room bed.
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The cool, unsettled weather that has hung around the north state much of April will end after one last shot of showers today, according to the National Weather Service. Forecasters peg shower chances in the Redding area at 70 percent today. All told, these showers will drop less than a tenth of an inch of rain.
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What: Dinner and a movie in Anderson supports the Shasta Family Justice Center When: Today, April 25 Where: Shasta Outlets, 1901 Highway 273, Anderson The public is invited to Anderson to help end domestic violence, child abuse, elder abuse, and sexual assault in Shasta County.  Dine at Mary’s Pizza Shack and it will d
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What: Presentation by photographer Rick Braveheart, Whiskeytown National Recreation Area's current artist-in-residence When: Thursday (April 28), 6 p.m. Where: Turtle Bay Visitor Center Theater Cost: Free to the public Turtle Bay Exploration Park, in conjunction with Whiskeytown National Recreation Area, will host a free pu
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The city of Redding will flush water mains in multiple areas this week, and asks users to limit use to avoid discolored water. Read more here.
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What: Make It So in Concert When: April 29, 8 p.m. Where: The Bohemian Art Loft, 3304B Bechelli Lane, Redding Cost: $10, students $5. Limited seating. Refreshments will be served. For tickets, call 229-7818. Make It So is a folk-rhythmic country/Americana quartet from Chico. More information at www.makeitsomusic.com. -from
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A grown-up girlfriend sleepover was arranged in November so we four friends could catch up. Our thinking was that it had been so long since we'd really, really talked that an hour or so for lunch wouldn't leave a dent in the conversational ground we had to cover. For this, we needed at least 24 hours. For lack o
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Here's the solution. Make Mexico the 51st state.
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Dennis Prager is the most popular principal a Redding high school never had.
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Our nation is facing a debt crisis that threatens economic growth and job creation. The debt under President Obama's budgets will exceed the total debt from Presidents Washington to Bush. Our government is borrowing 40 cents out of every dollar spent. Foreigners, led by China, now own 47 percent of our debt, making our
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Deficit reduction is the heart and soul of Republican belief. Congressional Republicans have walked to the brink on funding continuing government operations and on raising the debt ceiling. You read and hear little else today. This core principle of the GOP emerged in 2009. Only two years ago.
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A benefit concert for the Douglas City Soup Kitchen and Food Pantry will be from 2 to 9 p.m. Saturday in the Douglas City Fire Hall parking lot.
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In 1911: The Kennett city trustees met to consider applications for retail liquor licenses. Twenty two retail liquor licenses were granted. Licenses for Frank Talmadge and Ed Gaustaull are expected to be approved tomorrow. A wholesale liquor license was issued to Joseph Hoefer of Redding, who maintains a brewery depot here.
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Redding will enlist a retiring education leader and a real estate appraiser to replace two termed-out planning commissioners.
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Despite the slight rainfall drizzling from gray skies, around 3,500 people came out to the Whole Earth and Watershed Festival in the Sculpture Park at Redding City Hall.
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Ever since the tail end of her freshman high school season, Hannah Womack has been making a name for herself on the local sports scene.
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The Shasta College track and field team finished second in Saturday's Yuba Invitational, which was highlighted by Bethany Rasmussen's first-place win in the 10,000-meter Golden Valley Conference championship race.
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The way Keith Krantz tells it, he walked into a good situation.
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The week will start off wet as a storm system moves through Northern California. This storm will be east of our area by Monday afternoon and skies will be clearing. Tuesday will be sunny and warmer with temperatures in the upper 60s or lower 70s. Wednesday and Thursday, a cold low-pressure area (storm) will move into ...
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This week's flushings will be done between 8:30 a.m. and 4:00 p.m. to remove sediment, which builds up in the water mains. The flushing process helps reduce problems we may experience with taste, odor, and discoloration of the water. Customers in the areas to be flushed are advised they should curtail water usage during our
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Redding police officers responded to a report of a man who tried to harm or kidnap a 3-month-old infant in South City Park this morning, only to find the caller was mistaken and the baby was actually the man's own child.
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Both southbound lanes of Interstate 5 on the Pit River Bridge are open again after a jackknifed big rig was towed from the area, the California Department of Transportation reported.
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There's a 50 percent chance of showers today in Redding, with temperatures reaching about 65 degrees. Forecasters also predict calm southwest winds between 3 and 7 mph. Tonight, that chance of showers remains, and temperatures should drop to about 49 degrees. There's a 60 percent chance of showers Monday, but skies should
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Joe Cerami wrote today condemning anonymous commentary. I would agree in most cases with his position, however within his writing he contradicts his very point about civil debate, instead of debating the anonymous commentary point civilly he calls it cowardice; which is not civil.This blogger knows and respects Joe Ce
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This is the result of  increasing the size of the basic body pattern  roughed out for my other dolls. A very leggy, long torso-ed invention that made me think of the early post-Victorian images (1900-1910) of women that have been rattling around in my head since I dreamed I would make them from plastic creamer bottles.
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In June 2009 (Father’s Day) Jack Polen was diagnosed with colon cancer which required surgery and chemotherapy. Jack has been cancer free until recently. In April 2011, Jack went back to his doctor for a routine checkup and found out he had a cancerous growth. Once again, Jack had surgery to remove the cancer. Two days af
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The Chamber of Commerce building stood on Yuba Street in Redding, next to the Carnegie Library. The Chamber was organized in 1910 with Dudley Saeltzer as its first president. Photo courtesy of Shasta Historical Society The Shasta Historical Society library is open to the public and volunteers are available to assist with
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It's a dusty old cliché that the darkest time of night is right before the dawn. For the north state's economy, though, it just might be true.
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Another turn into a spring cycle has brought fond memories of storm watching with my grandfather.
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Germs can teach a hard lesson. Are we willing to learn it?
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Silas Lyons' column last Sunday addressed how the Record Searchlight coverage is received by the business community. Speaking only for myself, I can tell you I appreciate what I consider to be fair and balanced coverage by the paper.
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How can HMOs — Blue Cross, SecureHorizons, etc. — make money signing up seniors with lots of pre-existing conditions if they sign over their Medicare, when a 20-year-old pays at least three times as much, and if they have pre-existing conditions they can't get insurance at any cost?
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In response to Bill Dascomb (letter, Tuesday):
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I found your articles about the overcrowded prisons and prisoners rights interesting. But "prisoners' rights"? Please.
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Congress broke its promise to cut wasteful spending by voting this month to fully fund the Interior Department's mismanaged wild horse and burro program.
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My compliments to David Sperber ("Speak Your Piece," last Sunday) for an accurate recital of contemporary Israeli history, so important during this Passover season.
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Mary Morin (letter, Thursday) seems to believe that people who do not pay income tax are by definition also entirely dependent on government largesse and do not work, and that is where all of her tax money is going.
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After years of watching the Kool April Nites cruise, my two young daughters talked me into putting our hot-rod Ford pickup in the cruise. We were having a great time until the very end.
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As city, county, state and federal budgets across our nation face whopping deficits, I recommend the same cure for all.
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It's a hopeful sign that fifth-grader Grace Perryman (letter, April 16) is so thoughtful and concerned about the state of our economy. That said, there some glaring misconceptions in her epistle that beg correction.
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Call your congressmen and senators on a daily basis. Tell them you want a price cap of $2.50 per gallon for premium, $2.30 for regular, $2.20 for diesel, and it should be the same price at every station and every town and every state in this country.
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I totally agree with Mary Morin's take (letter, Thursday) on the current problem of who puts money into the pot and who takes it out. I further want to point out some of the major reasons that things are the way they are.
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My compliments on your thorough investigation into "violent inmates" in conservation camps. I hope you will now present the rest of the story before you kill the goose and the egg.
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The comment that was published on April 9 in the Voices of Faith column was a poor choice of words as well as insensitive to those who practice Judaism.
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According to its Annual Report, Planned Parenthood receives $363 million of its $1.1 billion income from government grants. Performing 330,000 abortions a year, Planned Parenthood is America's premier abortion provider. Why, then, should the many taxpayers with moral convictions against abortion be required to fund Plan
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It seems like every day I hear about teachers getting pink slips, police and firefighters being laid off, city, county and state employees getting furlough days.
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Just about every runner you know has a story about a nagging pain he or she has had to deal with. My specific pain is a bit of tendinitis that causes an ache in my knee. It tends to start up within the first half mile and either goes away or becomes unbearable by the time I'm a mile into the run.
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Dear Babe: When I recently cleaned out my attic, I found a 1962 Sugardale Wieners baseball card of Roberto Clemente. On the back of the card, there's a Sugardale Baseball Tip ("Fielding fundamentals – playing third base"). As a kid, I remember they used to put a free card in each pack of hot dogs. I think
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A history-making season, stat-stuffed games and unforgettable contests against opponents on a bigger stage.
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Experience on the basketball court goes a long way.
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The Simpson University softball team split a non-conference doubleheader with host Patten on Saturday.
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In 1911: Graves of Chinese people who were buried years ago in Shasta, Horsetown and Igo were being stripped of their human bones, which were shipped back to the Flowery Kingdom in accordance with a well-known Chinese custom. The T.J. Houston Undertaking Co. had the contract. The bones were put in metal boxes, sealed and co
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It can be difficult to turn down the invitation to be named as executor in someone's will, and many accept without understanding the associated duties and responsibilities.
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Many American households are hiding hazardous chemicals under their kitchen sinks and inside cabinets. They're our everyday household cleaning products, with labels that sport multiple warnings against poisoning, irritants, the dangers of swallowing and more.
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Services offered: Leather and vinyl repair and redyeing.
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Nothing makes a Nerd Chick question her dedication to gadgets more than seeing six remote controls lined up on the edge of the couch.
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A variety of pharmaceuticals, antibiotics, steroids and other toxic substances can be found in the majority of our groundwater streams and in the drinking water of more than 40 million Americans. More than 250 million pounds of unused dispensed medications are disposed of improperly each year, says David Tusa, president and
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Walking into Glow Skincare in Redding, the beauty salon bed sits under a capiz seashell chandelier. The earthy atmosphere extends to shelves full of natural and organic beauty products such as gourmet soap bars and fruit enzyme-infused moisturizers. Since 2009, Sarah MaHannah, salon owner and licensed aesthetician, has offe
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Kenny and Nell Pope
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A 23-year-old Redding man who police said was a "person of interest" in Friday's drive-by shooting at a Redding park turned himself in Saturday.
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A group of Redding Electric Utility workers has declined union representation.
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Dear Straight Talk: I'm 16 with a 14-year-old sister. Our mom is gay and her partner, "Jenny," lives with us. We're products of a marriage when she was young and trying to be straight. We love and accept her and get along with Jenny. However, we don't want to "advertise" the situation and are rel
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In an effort to restore the signature gem of the Warner Valley, Lassen Volcanic National Park plans to destroy the dam holding back Dream Lake and fill in ditches that create Drakesbad Meadow, two in a series of changes at and near Drakesbad Guest Ranch.
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Before Travis and I dove into parenthood, we had several friends already in the thick of parenting with school, friends, sports teams and all.
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RED BLUFF — A Seattle-based consultant will return to Tehama County in late July to help locals forge a unique identity in the hope of better drawing tourists.
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Children from all over Shasta County celebrated Easter a bit early Saturday with egg hunts and crafts.
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RED BLUFF — A nonprofit group formed to preserve the historic State Theatre has moved closer to acquiring the downtown edifice.
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Q: Monty, I live in a neighborhood where for the most part everyone parks their vehicles correctly or at least how I think that they are supposed to park. My issue is that a few of these people appear to just be plain lazy and park on the wrong side of the street, by that I mean that they park parallel with their driver'
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Josh Mathena, 34, has been homeless in Redding for three years now.
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Proponents of a legal homeless campground in Redding say their vision would benefit the entire community, not just its homeless population.
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What a great way to finish of a wonderful day here in Redding, on a slightly rainy day, enjoying the fine offerings of being out and about in Redding !  I started out at the The Annual Redding Whole Earth And Watershed Celebration, but
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I have to say there was still what looked to be a fine crowd today at the Redding Whole Earth and Watershed Festival! held in the City Hall Sculptural Park!  I have attended this before, but this year it was a really BIG event!  How won
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Happy Easter to my LJ peeps.
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Or so says Tea Party activist Rabbi Nachum Shifren. He is advertised on Bruce Ross' cryptic blog as the "Surfing Rabbi" and was interviewed Sunday, April 17th by our local Redding Tea Party radio personalities, Elizabeth and Mark. This was...
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I took these photos a few minutes after 5:00. Soon after I took the picture, it was standing room only. Opening day was April 11th, the day before. The food was absolutely yummy, the decor is beautiful, and the prices...
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"If you are going to love carrots, your best bet is to try them fresh from the farm - and Matthew Martin's carrots are some of the sweetest carrots you are ever going to taste!" Gina Sims exclaims. Matthew Martin is the President/Owner and Head Farmer of Pyramid Farms in Chico. He is also the [...]
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The building is the Afterthought Mine smelter. It stood approximately one mile west and downstream of where the Afterthought Mine stamp mill still barely stands. It stood where the big bare spot exists on the south side of the creek....
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This contest wins the prize for taking the longest but we finally have a winner. "dr" guessed it correctly at 9:25 p.m. last night. It is the Afterthought Mine smelter and the Terry Mill flume. Congratulations "dr", it was a...
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We recall this one as a Short Sale from last month. Back then it was listed as a 1445 sqft 3/2 available for a bank approved $155K. Now it’s listed as a 1740 sqft 5/2 home, ostensibly available for cash only from Freddie Mac. Apparentl
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Expect a 30 percent chance of showers today mainly after 11 a.m. and a high near 62.
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On Dennis Miller's radio show yesterday several callers were dumping on the new energy-saving light bulbs mandated by the state and federal governments. The host, always ready with a good line, interjected: "I don't like the light these curlicue bulbs...
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What: Girls Inc. of the Northern Sacramento Valley Presents May Day for the Girls When: May 1, 4 - 6 p.m. Where: The Atrium, Market Street Promenade Cost: $30 per person, $50 per couple. Purchase tickets online at www.girlsincnsv.org, please R.S.V.P. by Monday, April 25 ...
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One driver was arrested on suspicion of driving under the influence Friday evening at a DUI checkpoint in Redding.
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On behalf of the Senter family, we would like to express our appreciation to several awesome organizations that are part of our community.
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It was a breath of fresh air and a ray of hope reading your story about Siskiyou County Sheriff Jon Lopey, who gave back 75 percent of his second-career government job's pay, as he felt he was double dipping.
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My recent somewhat downbeat column about Redding's past and future elicited some thoughtful mail. I printed F.M. Brunemeier's letter two weeks ago. For balance, here's an upbeat e-mail received from Barbara Cross, a longtime Redding resident and business owner who now lives in Dunsmuir:
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Go ahead. Let the kids play in the street.
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Dear Congressman Wally Herger, As my representative, I would like you to end our involvement in all wars, which spend millions of dollars a day regulating other people's countries.
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Talk about great second seasons. Nothing else can describe what Cassidy Olson and Kayla McConnell are having at the moment.
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Sometimes it's all about improving.
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The days of 1-0 college softball games may be fading.
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The Shasta College men's swimming team was in third place after the first day of the Bay Valley Championships at Solano College on Friday.
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Instead of going to history class Friday morning, Shasta College freshman Tyler Temmerman, 18, got a lesson on sustainable design — how buildings can play to nature rather than overpower it.
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The Good News Rescue Mission's Food Fight has reached its final week, with donations having reached about half of the goal of 60,000 meals.
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Police on Friday were looking for an Anderson man suspected of firing a shot at two men walking near Kids Kingdom in Enterprise Community Park in east Redding.
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Home health care providers see their services as a way to save the federal government money, so they don't understand why it's making it harder for them to do business.
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A 16-year-old boy hit by a car Thursday on Victor Avenue died Friday, police said.
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Q: Hello Monty. I really enjoy your column, and wish you would address the following.
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A 22-year-old Anderson man who police said was a "person of interest" in Friday’s drive-by shooting at a Redding park turned himself in this afternoon.
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Property owners in a Redding subdivision rejected the city's request for more money to cover rising landscape maintenance costs.
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A Bella Vista man convicted last month of first-degree murder for the stabbing death of his live-in girlfriend last summer was sentenced Friday in Shasta County Superior Court to 30 years to life in prison.
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In 1911: Well-known engineer and railroad builder D.P. Doake of San Francisco, who owns several thousand acres of timberland along the Pit and Sacramento rivers, and Judge S.V. Densoa were working on a project to send water south from the McCloud River. The project would supply water to towns between Redding and Sacramento
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A Shasta County man was sentenced Friday by a Shasta County Superior Court judge to 25 years in prison in connection with the 2009 assault and beating of a bound and gagged man.
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A Shasta County sheriff's deputy was in fair condition at Mercy Medical Center on Friday night after being accidentally shot during a search for a wanted man at Whiskeytown National Recreational Area.
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Jesus and Rita Perales carry a cross along Hartnell Avenue while other Our Lady of Mercy Catholic Church parishioners and community members make the journey from Redding City Hall to the church on Shasta View Drive in celebration of Good Friday.
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Saturday, 4/23/11: Easter egg hunt and a community barbecue at Volonte Park, Emily Drive at Bruce Street in Anderson, CA at 11:30 a.m. Saturday, April 23 (down below the High School by the Little League Baseball Park). Free Admission, call (530) 440-0105 for more information. Saturday, 4/23/11: Enterprise
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Critics say a bill co-sponsored by Rep. Wally Herger to streamline the environmental analysis of water projects would, in the words of one, "rush projects that could irreversably impact the environment, fisheries and tourism for the benefit of SoCal farmers."...
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The stock market's done well the past two years, which at least suggests that CalPERS and other public pension funds should face less pressure --- though rising pension costs are part of what's forcing Redding's latest round of budget cuts....
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A Shasta County jury convicted a Redding man today of sexually molesting two girls after about four hours of deliberations, a prosecutor said.
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The bean scene is full of all sorts of interesting options. Dried and shell beans can be grown on plants that are bushy or on long, rambling vines. Here are tips for growing this vegetable garden favorite.
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Upcoming garden events in the north state include garden talks, a rose event and wildflower show.
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Question: Last year my squash plants produced flowers, but the forming squash withered and fell off. Why?
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Ask Anna columnist Anna Moseley shares her experience of updating her kitchen cabinets.
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A Shasta County man was sentenced today by a Shasta County Superior Court judge to 25 years in prison in connection with the 2009 assault and beating of a bound and gagged man.
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A Bella Vista man convicted last month of first-degree murder for the stabbing death of his live-in girlfriend last summer was sentenced today in Shasta County Superior Court to 30 years to life in prison.
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That's me and Dave Scott, president of the Shasta Historical Society. We are both happy because we just finished signing the contract for the historical society to buy six of my Shasta County books. Yes, sirree! I am happy and...
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Police have identified the man suspected of shooting another man this afternoon walking near Kids Kingdom in Enterprise Community Park in east Redding.
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Yeah, I know I'm late. Sabbaticals are tough on time-management.Anyway, here's 1951's The Thing (From Another World). Your Video Friday:
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From the April Behrens-Eaton Museum Newsletter: "Ordinance #1 of the City of Redding 1887: Section 155 -- It shall be unlawful and it is hereby declared to be a nuisance for any female to enter any saloon or public place...
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A Shasta County sheriff’s deputy was is in fair condition at Mercy Medical Center Friday night after being accidentally shot during a search for a wanted man at Whiskeytown National Recreational Area.
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A 16-year-old boy suffered major injuries after being hit by a car in east Redding. According to Redding Police, the boy was walking with a group of friends on Victor Avenue on the bridge south of Bramble Place around 3:20 Thursday afternoon when he suddenly ran into the path of a southbound Chevy Cavalier driven by 64-y
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A 57-year-old Cottonwood man ran into a utility pole in Happy Valley while trying to adjust his radio, according to the CHP. At around 9 o’clock Friday morning, Terry Stryker was westbound on Palm Avenue about a half-mile from Happy Valley road. H
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We have been working hard finishing up 2011 seniors and beginning the Class of 2012! If you know any of our models, ask them for the special discount cards! or you can download them off our Facebook page! More models coming this week..keep your eyes out! Have a wonderful Easter weekend everyone!
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Appraisers have struggled valuing homes with expensive solar arrays for loan and sale purposes. A recent study found homeowners who spend thousands on solar systems get all of the investment back and in some cases more than was spent! However, new home builders who incorporated solar weren’t as lucky. The s
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What is that building and what is that object in the lower left portion of the photo? 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...
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It was about 12:30 a.m., and I heard Bear (the dobie) on the step between the stall and our bed. A little bit annoyed, as I was almost asleep, I told him to knock it off. He persisted with his...
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A 57-year-old man was injured this morning in a single-vehicle traffic wreck in the Happy Valley area.
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We like the Sunset Terrace neighborhood very much. Larger custom homes from various eras spread out over a graceful west Redding series of hills overlooking t
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A year ago, when local progressive and CRG activist Doug Bennett talked about taking over and revitalizing the Millville Grange it sounded like an odd marriage. Then I read a little history about the Grange movement. This week I got...
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This may be my favorite movie scene of all time.
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"CPPA" Shasta County, as usual, were attending and participating in the annual  "Take Back the Day, Take Back the Night" Event. Chapter head Lani Kitkowski and another member had been there all day, after the march Kitkowski and the other member came back to break down there booth, all the other groups that  parti
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Sun should shine throughout today in Redding. The high temperature is expected to reach near 70 degrees with a north wind between 5 and 8 mph, according to the National Weather Service. Tonight clouds will bring a 20 percent chance of rain, with less than 0.10 of an inch of rain to fall if it does. Saturd
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They never look as good before they gotten their hair. Elvis face still needs some shading, maybe a nose line. I’m putting in the details on the bodies, little nips and tucks. I like to change up the work day to day. It seems to take me a very long time to get the facial [...]
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What: Shasta College Recreuiting for 2011 Youth Conservation Corps (YCC) Crew Deadline: Friday (April 29), 4 p.m. Where: Natural Resources Division office (room 1310), Shasta College Shasta College is currently recruiting for the 2011 Youth Conservation Corps (YCC) Crew, a program funded through the American Recovery and Re
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PARIS -- I see small signs of spring’s arrival today here in Paris. Winter jackets are unzipped, heavy scarves are wrapped much looser around the neck and the fabric awnings in front of a few cafés are drawn back to expose the tables to the afternoon sun. But for me one of the most exciting [...]
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Central Valley's Hayden Pitt pitched like he was one of best hurlers in the area.
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From top to bottom, the Shasta High School boys tennis team is the deepest in the Northern Section.
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The Anderson High School softball team beat Central Valley 9-2 and 1-0 in a doubleheader at Anderson River Park on Thursday.
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A proposed addiction recovery center in Happy Valley got the OK from Shasta County planning commissioners Thursday.
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For many years, the men's basketball head coaching position at Simpson University has been a revolving door.
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There's just about a month left before this season's baseball and softball teams hang it up until next year.
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Seeking an example of a leader putting his money where his mouth is? It's hard to top Jon Lopey's.
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Unified Field Theory of 2012, Axiom One: The more the Republicans can make the 2012 election like 2010, the better their chances of winning.
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Our country has an unsustainable national debt that is constantly increasing. This is important because eventually the majority of our taxes will go to pay interest on the national debt and our economy will collapse.
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I believe it is about time for Wally Herger to come out with the full truth about AARP and Medicare.
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Now the University of California system is accepting more out-of-state students in order to receive more funding, resulting in fewer California-resident students able to attend.
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On his "I'm from the government and here to help you" campaign trip in to Texas, Obama got a little testy with a reporter.
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Firefighters responded to a fire at a single-wide mobile home Thursday night in the Round Mountain area.
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A flight school in Redding that trains pilots for four Chinese airlines wants to make the north state its permanent home.
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After a three-month search, the Redding School District board of trustees Thursday announced it has hired a new district superintendent.
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Siskiyou detectivefound dead at home
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For the first time in four years, salmon fishing will be allowed this summer on the Sacramento River between Anderson and Red Bluff.
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One day after the city of Redding approved a site plan for his move to Redding, Mark Abouzeid of Chico Volkswagen said his new service center on Cypress Avenue could open in June.
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In 1911: All seven members of the committee representing the depositors in the Bank of Shasta County met along with the bank directors Ferdinand Hurst and Luke McDonald and stockholder E.A. Reid. Nothing was done. The committee had no more information than it had a week before. The committee was to meet the following week.
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Waiting for transplant, boy celebrates life
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A 16-year-old boy suffered major injuries Thursday when a car hit him on Victor Avenue south of Hartnell Avenue in Redding.
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Anderson police chief Dale Webb has been placed on medical leave, City Manager Dana Shigley said late Thursday.
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A 16-year-old boy suffered major injuries Thursday when a car hit him on Victor Avenue south of Hartnell Avenue in Redding.
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Estimates released by the federal government Thursday show year-over-year personal income in Shasta County declined 0.6 percent in 2009.
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Travelin' in Time is a weekly look at historic places or people in the north state.
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Before I start my morning on the fake bike, have tea and then apply myself to the last stitchy licks on Elvis’ lips I wanted to check in. Research for creation of any Soft Boy doll begins with pleasurable perusal of  pictures, sounds, film and video. Netflix is stingy with the Elvis films they have up [...]
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Our first fundraiser for local children with autism was a huge success!
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Saturday, May 7 from 8 a.m. to 3 p.m. HUGE back yard sale...all proceeds benefit City Church's Mexico Missions Team.
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Are you ready to earn your CSU business degree but don't want to commute to Chico? Here's your chance!
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Jesus and the Passover
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Following a three-month search, the Redding School District board of trustees on Thursday announced it has hired a new district superintendent.
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Bette Severtson, French Gulch
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Sheriff Lopey keeps his word, sets an example
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Gary Rossman, Redding
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The Presidential Racing Form, 2012
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Steve Andrade, Redding
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Neil Posson, Mount Shasta
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A 16-year-old boy suffered major injuries Thursday when a car hit him on Victor south of Hartnell Avenue in Redding.
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What: Job and Career Accelerator Classes at Redding Library When: Beginning Wednesday (April 27), 1 - 3 p.m. Where: Shasta Public Libraries web site The Redding Library will hold four class sessions on Job and Career Accelerator, a free online service available through ...
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My Easter weekend to-do list: 1) Find Doni’s hollandaise recipe. 2) Brunch on Benedict smothered with said hollandaise. 3) Dye eggs (note: brown eggs dye better). 4) Bite head off chocolate bunny. 5) Consume last year’s Peeps. 6) Express amazement at freshness of year-old Peeps. 7) Win candy and prizes in a really good
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The third time was the charm for a Red Bluff woman who’s going to prison following her third probation violation. In May of 2008, Samantha Hughes was arrested by Red Bluff police and charged with possession of a controlled substance and child endangerment. She pled guilty and was granted probation. She violated the
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I did not know that a California legislator had introduced a soda-tax bill, though I can't say I'm surprised. The idea is faddish. I am surprised, though, just how much it would net in revenue -- at just a penny...
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A new unit chief has been appointed to the Tehama-Glenn unit of Cal-Fire and the Tehama County Fire Department. Jeff Schori was appointed to his new position on Monday. Schori began his carrer with Cal-Fire in 1981, as a seasonal firefighter in the Riverside unit. Chief Schori has held many positions in the Cal-Fire rank
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Cal Fire is conducting defensible space inspections in an effort to help homeowners comply with the defensible space law. California law requires at least 100 foot of defensible space around their home. This means that all flammable vegetation within the first 30 feet of all structures should be removed. An additional 70
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This year’s snowpack in the mountains is greater than it’s been in 15 years, and it’s got to go somewhere. That means fishing, boating, swimming, or just about any other water-related activity this spring and summer will likely be treacherous. PG&E, which operates a number of hydroelectric facilitie
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As if anyone needs to be reminded, littering is ugly and selfish. Cal-Trans is launching an all-out litter cleanup day Friday in a statewide campaign to coincide with Earth Day. Last fiscal year, Cal-Trans spent over 50 million dollars removing more than 141 thousand cubic yards of litter from alongside state highways. T
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I've remarked before on the strange number of locals who've called or e-mailed the paper wondering if a speech allegedly given by "Redding High School Principal Dennis Prager." Turns out it's not just locals who are sharing it. Just arrived...
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For the first time in four years, salmon fishing will be allowed this summer on the Sacramento River from Anderson south.
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WEAVERVILLE- A memorial ceremony to honor California Department of Transportation workers who lost their lives on the job was held today at the Weaverville maintenance station.
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Country music legend Merle Haggard will take to the stage May 5 at the historic State Theatre in Red Bluff with a portion of the proceeds going to benefit the theater.
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Everyone is always asking what our senior portrait sessions are like, well here is a quick video from a recent session. Hope you enjoy! [youtube=http://youtube.com/eza8_TZesmc]
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Have the editorial columns been especially cranky lately? I fear it might be so. Let's not neglect some happy news. Siskiyou County Sheriff Jon Lopey is a mensch who keeps his word. There's something in the water at Enterprise High...
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The New York Time has an intriguing story about how a barrage of petitions for species protection has buried the Fish and Wildlife Service. In theory, the environmental groups like the Center for Biological Diversity are trying to protect rare...
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His real name was Dick Barter, his alias was Dick Woods, he called himself the Pirate of the Placers, but everyone else knew him as Rattlesnake Dick. He was an 1850s highwayman/bandit who supposedly left $50,000 hidden somewhere between Poverty...
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1. Chicago Blues with Buddy Guy 7:30 p.m. today at the Cascade Theatre, 1731 Market St., Redding. Admission is $42-$52. Go to www.cascadetheatre.org.
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Many know Monica Templeton as Redding’s empress of shabby chic. In 2005, she opened “Monica’s Vintage Inspired,” and transformed an Athens Avenue strip mall into the place for home accessories and one-of-a-kind furniture, art and jewelry. Even though she closed the brick and mortar in 2009 to spend more time with he
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Bet you didn’t know that two people could eat and drink at one of Redding’s best and most elegant restaurants for a grand total of about 12 bucks.
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The building at 2151 Market St. has seen its fair share of bars come and go. Rainbow Lounge, Zippers, Top Shelf – each of those businesses attracted a set of loyal followers, but for one reason or another, didn’t stand the test of time. Tom VonderHaar is trying to change that pattern.
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Anything remotely gross about the human body, from boogers to belches, is fair game with Turtle Bay’s latest exhibit.
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With the local construction industry in an outright depression, its chief lobbyist must have a lot on his plate. Weighty thoughts. Heavy lifting. Example:This item from his latest "Executive View" on the Builders' Exchange web site: MAKING CHANGES... In an...
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Rick Perez and Matthew Hennesey from Bank of AmericaYesterday, I spent some time at a presentation from Bank of America on how agents can more smoothly complete Short Sales with Bank of America loans. Bank Vice Pres
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Emergency personnel are being sent this morning to a reported vehicle rollover on Placer Road near Prospect Drive in the Centerville area.
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The words over at Three Word Wednesday are cleanse, knead and melt.She’s Working the Express LaneHe grips the black plastic basket, even though it’s already on the rubber conveyor belt in the 15 Items Or Less lane complete with a couple of those gray rubber bars to mark where your purchases begi
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One of the best TED talks I’ve ever seen. Well worth your 20 min.
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Click to enlarge Click to enlarge Here’s a unique looking home in the woods not far north of Shasta Lake City. It’s listed as a
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April is " Child Abuse Prevention " month "Mother's day is in May, though the court continues to spit in the face of both.In one case a Mother has been without her daughter and has had to live with the helplessness of not being able to protect her daughter from her abuser, for more than 3 years.There was no reas
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There’s a 20 percent chance of showers before 11 a.m. today, but partly sunny skies are forecast for the rest of the day in Redding, meteorologists with the National Weather Service in Sacramento say. Today’s high temperature should be near 68 degrees. Mostly sunny skies with a high near 70 are forecast for Friday, but
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Somewhere on the second level of the Eiffel Tower, a hand slipped into Sue Drumright's purse and deftly removed her wallet; after descending to the ground, Sue noticed it missing. After a frantic search through her jacket pockets and backpack, Sue returned to the ticket booth where she had last seen her wallet. Eiffel Tower
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What: Randy Travis in concert When: June 21, 2011 - 7:30pm Where: Cascade Theater, Redding Jefferson Public Radio and the Cascade Theatre announce the addition of country music legend Randy Travis to the 2011-12 season lineup. Tickets are on sale ...
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What: Dance performance "Fusion: Breaking Into New Worlds" When: Friday (April 22) at 7:30 p.m., Saturday (April 23) at 2 p.m. and 7:30 p.m. Where: Cascade Theatre, 1733 Market St., Redding Tickets: $12-32 (Ages 17 and under are $10 for the 2 p.m. matinee) ...
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Shasta High School's music department presents five-time Tony award-winning "The Music Man." This beloved family musical will be held May 4th-7th and May 12th-14th at the beautifully restored David Marr Theater in Redding. The production includes a cast of over 70 students and a live orchestra. All performances are assigne
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An excerpt from an article by Nick Berardino that was published in The Orange County Register on April 15, 2011."California's public pension funds are not in danger of collapse, not now and not for the foreseeable future. A Boston College C
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Thank you, Standard & Poor's.
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Almost half of the country pays no income tax. Who is supposed to be encouraged by this statistic
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The most pressing problem facing the country is high unemployment. The GOP campaigned on the need to create jobs. Once gaining control of the House, however, its agenda abruptly changed to one focused solely on government cuts.
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If the city "temporarily" closes the Redding Convention Center, what are the odds that it would ever reopen?
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Big games show a lot about the talent of a team.
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Sometimes a total makeover works out exactly as hoped.
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The Enterprise track and field team defeated Shasta in a home dual meet on Wednesday.
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Two Redding men were arrested earlier this week in Illinois on drug trafficking charges.
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A Redding man accused of attacking his sister with a chain saw was ordered Wednesday by a Shasta County Superior Court judge to stand trial for attempted murder and other related charges.
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The Pacheco Union School District board of trustees on Wednesday began making plans to hire a new superintendent and to meet demands by Shasta County Office of Education (SCOE) officials that the district reduce its spending.
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The Exchange Club of Redding will honor 12 firefighters from around Shasta County today at its seventh annual Firefighter of the Year awards luncheon.
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Although jobs may be scarce here, there was no shortage of nominees for this year's fifth annual Best Companies to Work For in Shasta County.
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A proposed addiction recovery center in Happy Valley for up to 75 women and children is stirring anxiety among residents who fear added traffic and an influx of drug and alcohol abusers will ruin their rural neighborhood.
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Before there was Dollar Tree or the 99 Cents Only Store in Redding, there was OJ's Five & Dime, a smaller version of classic bin-and-barrel discounters like Woolworth's and Sprouse-Reitz.
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Trinity County's sheriff will not release 911 tapes and other records that could show whether a deputy last month asked a couple to go to a Kettenpom home where they walked in on a double murder and were themselves slashed by a knife-wielding man.
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A family dispute inside a bus at a Redding parking lot apparently got so heated Wednesday morning that a woman hit a man in the head with a frying pan.
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In 1911: George Williams, riding a bicycle from Millville to Anderson, was held up at 10 a.m. by two masked bandits on horseback, and relieved of $120 in gold and a gold watch. The holdup occurred on Stillwater, 3 1/2 miles east of Anderson. Each bandit drew a gun on Williams and commanded him to give up his valuables. It i
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California Highway Patrol officers tonight are looking for a man who ran from a wreck on the northbound Interstate 5 connection to eastbound Highway 44.
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Chico State University will host two informative sessions for its business administration degree completion program in Redding on May 4.
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It used to be that it was very difficult to get a decent meal in England. For that matter, the Netherlands wasn't known for its fine cusine either. That's changed. Oh, sure, you can probably get some overcooked Brussels sprouts or rancid mutton somewhere in England, but overall, the food is pretty g
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Shasta College’s third annual Sustainability Conference is scheduled for this Friday, April 22. The free event features speakers from the college and the community addressing a wide variety of subjects related to the environment – from geoengineering and climate change to nuclear power and water pollution. Although I wr
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Do you know someone who tweets, blogs, texts or pokes their friends on Facebook? Social networking has opened up a whole new world of communication in the past few years. Like so many technologies, the way people use their phones and computers changes at lightning speed. You may not care about having a Twitter account, blog
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Are you and your family prepared in the event of an emergency? Do you practice what to do in the event of a fire or other disasters? Ready Shasta is a resource you can use to help be prepared. This brochure, which can be downloaded and printed from www.shastahhsa.net, has tips on what to do in the event of disaster. It co
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Two north state companies now provide home hemodialysis services. Dialysis Clinic Inc. recently started offering the service. The Redding Dialysis Clinic provided the first such program in the north state in 2006, and currently serves seven home patients.
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Every year 6 percent of high school seniors go on to play NCAA college sports. And every year, less than 2 percent of college athletes go pro. Few become stars like Tim Tebow, Buster Posey or Blake Griffin. Instead, the majority of college athletes hang up their jerseys after graduation and enter the workforce with the rest
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Last month, the Dialysis Clinic Inc. on Northpoint Drive in Redding received state certification for home hemodialysis, making the more convenient option for kidney disease patients available at the two area dialysis clinics.
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PG&E recently received approval to raise gas customers rates just under 1 percent. Average residential rates will increase .9 percent to $1.20 per therm. Customers will see the rate increase take effect May 1st. An average residential customer will see their bill increase by about 40 cents. The decision, by the Calif
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The Redding man accused of attacking his sister with a chain saw was in court Wednesday. 47 year old Kelly Mellot was arranged Wednesday on attempted murder charges. He is accused of attacking his sister with a chain saw on April 9th. Police say Mellott forced the victim on to a bed and placed the running chain saw withi
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A trial date has been set for the 53 year old Redding man who is accused on beating his 8-year-old son with an aluminum baseball bat . Geoffrey Kelly pled not guilty Monday to two counts of attempted murder and child endangerment. Kelly was found to be mentally competent to stand trial after a psychiatric evaluation in M
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Although jobs may be scarce here, there was no shortage of nominees for this year’s fifth annual Best Companies to Work for in Shasta County.
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I was not able to catch the Redding screening of the Afghanistan war documentary "Restrepo," whose subjects include local native Sgt. Tad Donaho Jr., but I understand it's a powerful look at what the soldiers and Marines fighting over there...
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A Redding man accused of attacking his sister with a chain saw was ordered today by a Shasta County Superior Court judge to stand trial for attempted murder and other related charges.
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OK, notwithstanding yesterday's promise, one more note about redistricting and the geography of "all-north" districts such as these: Critics say the districts (the pink and the green are each hypothetical Assembly districts; join them and you have a Senate district)...
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Secrecy News reports on a "success" of the government's efforts to declassify needlessly secret documents: The Central Intelligence Agency announced yesterday that it had declassified six World War I-era documents describing the use of "invisible ink" to convey secret messages....
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It was one of the first frame buildings built at Shasta in 1850 and held the distinction of being the only hotel of its kind north of Sacramento in 1850. The lumber used to build it was whipsawed pine from...
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Redding city councilman Patrick Jones this morning raised the prospect that City Hall could be shuttered one day a week and that workers outside of the hard-hit public safety departments could see their jobs temporarily reduced from full-time status to...
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Two commute-time wrecks snarled traffic on Interstate 5 this morning.
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A family dispute inside a bus at a Redding parking lot apparently got so heated this morning that a woman hit a man in the head with a frying pan.
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Eight grand to drive to the Midwest? From the Chicago Tribune: Three people were arrested Monday outside of a Lombard motel as an exchange of 80 pounds of marijuana valued at $350,000 was to occur, Assistant DuPage County State's Attorney...
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Two Redding men were arrested earlier this week in Illinois on drug trafficking charges after they smuggled 80 pounds of marijuana into the state, prosecutors said.
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A 28-year-old Redding man was arrested Tuesday night after running from officers who came to arrest him on a warrant charging him with with failing to show up for court.
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I posted this image yesterday at FDotD. I was pretty stoked about placing 4th for March 2011 for sales, among the 80 or so agents in our office, many of whom are powerful and skilled professionals. I received this certificate at t
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Happy cattle, anyway. Well presumably happy, standing there in a meadow of flowers, one achingly beautiful Spring day in Shasta County. Surrounded
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Terra Linda is Portugese for pretty land. It’s in Country Oaks, a nice neighborhood and street. This home is a 1986 built 3/2.5 of about 2089 sqft with RV parking and an inground pool. There are several more images of this
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The soaking Redding got this morning may not be an anomaly. The National Weather Service says there’s a 50 percent chance rain will continue today with a high near 64 degrees. Tonight, showers are likely with a low around 48, though less than a tenth of an inch of rain is likely to fall. The showers should taper off b
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What: Shasta Technology Association Holds a Brown Bag Meeting When: Friday (April 22), 12 to 1 p.m. Where: Redding Civic Center, Caldwell Park Room, 777 Cypress Avenue, 2nd Floor http://www.ci.redding.ca.us/civcenter/ "How to Win Customers and Keep Them Coming Back for More" is the topic for our next Shasta Technology Assoc
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Dear editors: On Saturday, April 16, the Record Searchlight published an article about mosquito season and how homeowners can reduce the populations of mosquitoes in their neighborhoods. Particular attention was given to treehole mosquitoes, which are a nuisance indeed. I'd like A News Cafe readers to know that trying to co
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Doni: One downside to swapping the confines of a constricting corporate newspaper career for the liberation of online journalism: It makes job shadow days a bit tricky, because I lack a newsroom in which to invite high school job shadowers. I work anywhere there's wireless, but mainly from home, which would probably be
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What dyes are food-safe? If you plan on eating eggs you color, be sure to use food-safe dyes. It's safe to use commercial egg dyes, liquid food coloring and fruit-drink powders. Other inks, paints and metallic dyes are fine for eggs as long as they are not consumed.
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On Saturday, the Record-Searchlight published an article about mosquito season and how homeowners can reduce the populations of mosquitoes in their neighborhoods. Particular attention was given to treehole mosquitoes, which are a nuisance indeed, but trying to control these pests by sealing up tree cavities would do more ha
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An opinion from one of the "men in the dirt": I spent years as a fire crew foreman for the Los Angeles County Fire Department. The amount of work these crews do is staggering. Only those folks who have climbed steep hillsides in 100-plus temps, wearing several layers of protection with 35 pounds of gear in smoke und
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It takes a creative mind to see how sprawling new development at the city's outer edge is actually a tool for reviving downtown, but maybe our civil servants don't get enough credit for imagination.
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There is a lot of talk from many people about bullying in school. The problem is that it is all talk. There is no sign that anybody is going to do anything that is likely to reduce bullying.
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Despite little depth and early-season injuries, the Cougars have held together enough this season to enter the week in first place in the Eastern Athletic League girls soccer standings.
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COTTONWOOD – In the biggest game of the year, Anderson's Cheridan Hawkins delivered.
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This year's Shasta Lake Bass Easter Baseball Classic has a new look to it.
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For well over a decade, Shasta County resident Jim Rickert helped with the presentation of medals at the Northern Section track and field championships. The winners of those medals probably never realized that they were in the presence of a man who helped to change the game of college basketball.
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The Shasta High School baseball team beat rival Enterprise 12-2 in six innings at home on Tuesday.
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Redding will move ahead with budget-balancing plans to close the Convention Center and impose furloughs on all City Hall workers.
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The president's job opening at Shasta College has attracted 33 applicants.
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Two major retailers with stores in Redding are partnering with a company that specializes in recycling hard-to-recycle items in honor of Earth Day this month.
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With the combination of Earth Day and Watershed Awareness Month in May, the Whole Earth and Watershed Festival this weekend at the Sculpture Park at City Hall in Redding will celebrate the observances as well as educate the community about the environmental issues affecting the region.
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RED BLUFF — Tehama County supervisors may end up sending two ordinances — one banning medical marijuana dispensaries and the other regulating them — to planning commissioners for review.
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By day she's an English instructor at Shasta College. The rest of the time, it seems, she's a one-woman Green Revolution.
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Declining home values — thanks to foreclosures and short sales — and perhaps some balmy weather in January, helped jump-start sales in Shasta County in March.
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With sales tax revenue coming into City Hall nudging up from historic lows, Redding officials are poised to approve two new auto dealerships on Cypress Avenue.
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Still in final negotiations, contract talks
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In 1911: Harry Weaver, commonly called "Handsome Harry," drifted back into Redding, notwithstanding that he had been give the "run" by officers over a month ago. He was promptly arrested on a charge of vagrancy and sentenced to the county jail for 60 days. "Handsome Harry" declared that he would not
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15 positions open at local restaurants
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The Shingletown Flea Market and Horse Tack Sale is 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. May 14 at Black Butte Road and Highway 44.
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Shasta College officials are taking applications for jobs with the 2011 Youth Conservation Corps.
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Stephanie Wu tries to down the 6-pound burger at Fatboys in 60 minutes or less. This YouTube video records her effort at 11X normal speed. OMG. A postscript....
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Redding will move ahead with budget-balancing plans to close the Convention Center and impose furloughs on all City Hall workers.
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A 28-year-old Redding man led police on a nearly 30-minute chase starting on Spaniel Drive near Boulder Creek Elementary School.
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We had a lovely breakfast at the hotel - the usual French breakfast: croissant, bread, jam, butter, tea/coffee/chocolate - and then ventured out for more sightseeing.Walking through the metro.
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It's not clear precisely what work under the Central Valley Project that this bill would affect, but I have seen projects that, because of state and federal agencies' involvement, required both a lengthy, complicated state Environmental Impact Report and a...
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Reports are compiled by Western Outdoor News. Call 800-290-2929. BEST BITES LAKE SHASTA — Rainbow trout to 16 inches were found in the Sacramento arm in Goose Neck, and Salt Creek, with the creek having a little more bait. It’s still early though and as the waters warm up, so will the fish. From the surface down to 20 f
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That's what the Pentagon's already paying to deliver a gallon of fuel to our troops in Afghanistan, according to this MSN Money feature that desperately tries to find the upside of five buck gas. Excerpt: According to National Defense Magazine,...
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Whimsical Etna artist Catherine McElroy shows her works at the Siskiyou Arts Council Gallery. Meet her and vote for your favorite for "Best of Show" Friday, April 22, 5-8pm.
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First-class music, dining and micro brews in Dunsmuir April 30th.
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Third annual beef jackpot show to be held Mother's Day weekend at the Siskiyou Golden Fairgounds in Yreka.
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Here’s a link to keep handy if you need to determine if a property is in a designated FEMA flood zone, for insurance reasons, or just for knowledge. There were new designations made recently, and we’ve fielded a few questions with info from this website. Click on the link and explore the
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A 56-year-old Corning man is in jail, with bail set at $1.5 million, after his arrest on charges of child molestation. Just after 3:30 Monday afternoon, Corning Police were told that a seven-year-old girl had been touched inappropriately by a man she knew. After a brief investigation at a Toomes Avenue location, it was d
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A Tehama County man is going to prison for domestic violence. Jason Farmer has multiple past convictions in Tehama County courts, including for drugs, battery, and fighting with police. Farmer’s latest trouble came in January. He and an unidentified co-habitant had been arguing when Farmer struck the victim in the
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A former inmate at a Tehama County fire camp has been sentenced for having pot at the minimum security state facility. Geovanni Montecinos was being housed at the Ishi Conservation Camp near Paynes Creek when his locker was searched last November. Corrections officers discovered marijuana, and Montecinos was arrested. La
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A Humboldt County hunting guide has lost his license for violating the law. According to the Department of Fish and Game, 56-year-old Edgar Roden of McKinleyville pleaded guilty to taking two bears over the legal limit, using hounds to pursue mammals in a closed zone, falsifying his guide license application for failing
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A Shasta County couple arrested last week on suspicion of stealing money from a fundraising box at a Cottonwood coffee shop entered not guilty pleas Monday in Shasta County Superior Court.
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WOW, Sitting here listening to the rain dancing on the tin roof, I bet I am not the only one who is happy it waited till after Kool April Nights was over. That was pretty awesome. Our wonderful friend provided...
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Perhaps I'm thicker-skinned than others -- or more tolerant or just oblivious -- but I found myself truly baffled yesterday afternoon at the discussion of the library speech/leafletting policy by the reaction of the policy' supporters to the very notion...
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It belongs to Congressman Dan Lungren: Reclamation districts from the Oregon border to Bakersfield have been prevented from making necessary and timely levee repairs so as not to disturb a bug which, in some instances, is so common it likely...
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There are a lot of powerful agents in our office, and Coldwell Banker C&C Properties is the largest and most successful real estate brokerage in our area. So it is always a great pleasure to see we are among the top agents for the month. This is a team effort, so massive kudos to Erin, even though it’s m
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I promise I'll quit talking about redistricting after this, but after noticing that the Humboldt County supervisors were requesting a meeting of the Redistricting Commission in Eureka or Arcata, noting that both Redding and Santa Rosa are long drives from...
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He was a major player in the early history of Shasta County. He arrived here in either 1850 or 1852. He settled on Bear Creek in 1853 a short distance up-creek from Parkville and engaged in farming, stockraising, teaming and...
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Former Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger's least distinguished moment in office was at the end --- when he reduced the sentence of the son of former Assembly Speaker Fabian Nunez, who'd pleaded guilty to a manslaughter charge. Well, his defense won't help...
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Here’s a home on some acreage with an inground pool at an attractive price. We like Walker Mine Road, which is in the unincorporated county hills just north of Redding. We recall it as a failed Short Sale from some time ago. Uh, two ye
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Though it's likely to be a pleasant spring day today in Redding, a couple of days of wet weather will follow. The National Weather Service says it's going to top out near 70 degrees today in Redding, with partly sunny skies. There's a 20 percent chance of showers tonight after 11 p.m. Wednesday will bring a 40 percent c
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He's a mix of Jack Johnson and John Lennon with a dash of Ralph Stanley and he's coming to town on Thursday. You can catch Saul T. 's acoustic folk show at The Bohemian Art Loft - doors open at 8.The
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You can now friend request "CPPA" on facebook, connect with other marginalized parents that are fighting the same battle you are in family court, see whats upcoming and support "CPPA".Go to facebook and friend request "cppa shasta county."
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What: Whole Earth and Watershed Festival at Redding City Hall and Sculpture Park, and "Open Street" party on Park Marina Drive for non-motorized transportation of all kinds When: Saturday (April 23), 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. The Whole Earth and Watershed Festival returns to Redding City Hall (777 Cypress Avenue) and Sculpture Par
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What: Order a Honey Bunny for Easter and Great Harvest Bread Co. will donate $1 to Haven Humane Society Order by: Thursday (April 21) Where: Great Harvest Bread Co., 930 Hilltop Dr, Redding. (530) 222-8083 These 100% whole wheat bunnies are a great addition to your Easter dinner. Use them as a centerpiece or a dip bowl. [
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On a recent Saturday night, a small crowd of bar patrons fluttered about the Castle Lounge, where Mike Schuette sat at the bar waiting out the effects of his last Jack and Coke before stepping up to the Alco-Buddy. “I’m curious to know what it says,” he said of the small machine mounted on the wall. [...]
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It's only fairness. Democrats ought to let California Republicans have a voice in picking their party's presidential candidate next year.
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Renewables will bankrupt state
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There's not a voter in California who will shed a tear over state lawmakers' lost vehicle perks.
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Eagles stay unbeaten in NAL with 2-game swee
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SHASTA LAKE — The Eagles’ bats are heating up at the right time.
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The Northern Section's National Conference realignment proposal for the 2012-14 school years was adopted on an 18-2 vote at Pleasant Valley High School on April 6.
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The Anderson High School softball team topped Willows 6-1 at home on Monday.
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Redding Electric Utility will seek hydropower from a beefed-up generator at Lewiston Dam to meet state renewable energy requirements.
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Redding took another, albeit mostly technical step Monday night toward buying the Costco store for a new police station.
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Monday's annual tea party protest at the Sundial Bridge was a markedly smaller affair than the previous two years' events in which hundreds of conservative activists swarmed the Redding landmark.
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With fuel prices up and the local economy still down, the Old Shasta Art Fair and Old-Time Fiddle Jamboree is taking another hiatus this year after a comeback in 2010.
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Redding took another, albeit mostly technical step this evening toward buying the Costco store for a new police station.
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Redding will allow leafleting at the main library entrance with some restrictions.
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Four crews of California Conservation Corps members — about 60 in all — celebrated Earth Day four days early Monday by clearing thick brush clogging trails next to the Diestelhorst Bridge.
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Redding loan officer a national leader
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Trial date set for beating suspect
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The already crowded Shasta County Animal Shelter is even more packed after an officer took nine Chihuahuas from a Fall River Mills family who apparently had been keeping 15 dogs in their home.
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Redding will allow leafleting at the main library entrance with some restrictions.
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We got up super-early on Tuesday morning to catch a train to Paris. The thing with trains in Europe - you can catch a train to pretty much anywhere anytime, BUT not all trains are the same speed and they aren't all the same price. Sue and I went to a lot of research to find a train that was (a) speedy and (b)ch
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See who was where at recent local events.
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With its multi-headed beasts bearing crowns, false prophet and fire raining down from heaven, and debates on whether those are literal prophecies or symbolic signs, the Book of Revelation can seem like a book of riddles.
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We teach our children and our children's children, as best we can, all the timeless and sacred things we were taught.
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From Bruce Ross' editorial this morning on the proposed library "outdoor public forum policy": "And the city's zeal for control, despite refinements of the policy, is overbearing." Amen, Bruce. At times it's hard to know what passes for brains at...
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A 23-year-old Redding man accused of murder lost his bid today to have the Shasta County district attorney’s office disqualified from prosecuting him.
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Four people were injured in a head-on collision just south of Anderson Monday that almost certainly would have been fatal if not for seatbelts and airbags. At around 11:40am, 40-year-old Sheena Hernandez of Anderson was driving southbo
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A woman was taken to the hospital after she was in a rollover wreck this afternoon in south Redding.
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The San Francisco Chronicle reports that Rep. Keven McCarthy, the GOP congressman from Bakersfield, has introduced a bill that would roll back various administrative protections of BLM and Forest Service land -- the roadless rule, the protection of "wilderness-quality" BLM...
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By combining trail running with mountain biking at the beloved Whiskeytown National Recreation Area, the Whiskeytown Off-Road Duathlon is a great summation of the Redding area’s outdoors ethic. And here’s the best part: If you’re a mildly proficient runner or a notch above a beginning mountain biker, you can do the du
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At Tuesday night’s meeting, the Redding City Council will be asked to vote on a proposal to suspend a scheduled increase in development impact fees. The suggestion was made at the last Council meeting by a Local Developer and “Shasta Voices”, a business advocacy group. The fee is charged for newly-built
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State Senator Doug LaMalfa will meet with Constituents in Weaverville Tuesday. As part of a series of town hall-style meetings, LaMalfa will host a session from 11 till Noon Tuesday in the Trinity Public Utility District conference room on Ponderosa Lane. LaMalfa will host town hall forums at the Crescent City Veterans h
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Two people were arrested over the weekend in connection to a burglary last week in Cottonwood. The Shasta County Sheriff’s Office received a call Wednesday from the Elegant Bean Coffee Shop in Cottonwood, reporting that two people who had been in the shop drinking coffee for hours stole a jar of money and fled. The
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Roy Hutchings, Oak Run
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Barry Ritholtz posts a beaut of cartoon....
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The area involved in the mining district in the 1880s was large. It extended from Wilkinson Hill at Oak Run all the way to the mouth of Sugar Pine Gulch at the Pit River and included Cedar, Montgomery, Hatchet Creeks...
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An Aug. 30 trial date was scheduled today in Shasta County Superior Court for a Redding man accused of beating his 8-year-old son nearly to death with an aluminum baseball bat.
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Four people were injured after two cars crashed into each other near Deschutes and Hawes roads in Anderson, dispatchers said.
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A remarkable kitchen and bathroom grace this otherwise somewhat ordinary looking home. We c
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It's not quite as far back as Marc Beauchamp's 30-cent gasoline, but today's "Today in History" is a nice variation on the theme: In 2001: Skyrocketing fuel prices were back, just in time for Kool April Nites. With thousands of...
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Ski Report: Mt. Shasta Ski Park — 9:46 a.m. April 18, 2011 Conditions at Mt. Shasta Ski Park Day skiing: Closed until Friday Night skiing: Closed Temperature: 38 degrees Wind: Light Visibility: Limited Depth: 60 inches at base, 156 inches at top New snow overnight: None New snow during the past 24 hours: None Snow surface
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So says Realtor Skip Murphy of Redding's Gold Hills neighborhood during this video tour of the custom homes in the upscale golf course development. ("slice"/golf -- nice, Skip.) I don't envy the Tudor homes and copper gutters and downspouts as...
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Voices of Faith — April 23, 2011 Q. What are your/your faith’s views of optional cosmetic — plastic — surgery for purposes other than reconstruction? No doubt I will take a good deal of flack over my comments on this week’s subject from both those within my own fellowship as well as others, but here goes. Undergoi
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On Wednesday April 13 2011, The Green Committee of the Shasta MLS was pleased to present Ashley Wagar of Ochoa and Shehan Builders at the General Membership meeting. Ashley spo
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We don’t know. Probably, neither do you. We wouldn’t mind taxing the rich more, if we could only look them in the eye and tell them that all had paid their share, and none of the money was wasted foolishly. Good luck with that. Ran into this website
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LOS ANGELES (AP) — Bryan Stow, the Live Oak man seriously injured in an attack by rival baseball fans at Dodger Stadium, was placed back in a medically induced coma after suffering seizures Saturday, hospital officials reported today.
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There's a 50 percent chance of rain today in Redding as a storm system moves over the north state. The clouds should eventually burn off, with sun and a high of about 66 degrees expected later today, according to the National Weather Service. More clouds are expected tonight and there's a 20 percent chance of rain showers
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What: Shasta College Sustainability Conference When: Friday (April 22), 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Where: Room 806, Shasta College Main Campus Cost: Free and open to the public Presentations include: Nuclear Power, Climate Change, Tools for Teaching Green, Farmers Facing Global Warming, and more. Contact information: 242.2248. Here
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Sherven Square, that block of Market Street between Tehama and Shasta, boasts a surprising number of restaurants within a short walking distance: Sandwichery, Grilla Bites, Fasolini’s Pizza, Los Gordos, La Cabana, Kobe’s, Maxwell’s, Fatboy’s BBQ. Last fall, Village Deli opened its doors too, right across the street
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What: Photographers are invited to submit photos of “Whiskeytown Adventures” for an August exhibition Deadline: August 1, 2011. A reception for the artists will be held August 18, 2011. The exhibition runs Aug. 19 - Oct. 16 at the Whiskeytown Visitor Center. Awards: $100 and $50 ...
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If a public library isn't a place for awed, even fundamentalist, reverence for the First Amendment, just where in the name of Thomas Jefferson would be?
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I am a human sexuality instructor at Shasta College. And no, it is not a class on how to do it. I have a medical background and this class is mostly about health. The class is about anatomy and physiology of, yes external, but mostly internal organs, male and female health, the roles of hormones, genetics, pregnancy health,
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"Beware the Ides of March," from Shakespeare's story of Caesar's death, also referred to the U.S. federal income tax deadline until it was moved to April 15.
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The Shasta College baseball team split a doubleheader at Lassen College on Saturday.
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If the Red Hawks are leaving Tiger Field, they made sure to go out on a good note.
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RED BLUFF — With four world titles in bareback riding to his name and approaching his mid-30s, one would think Bobby Mote might be on the tail end of his career.
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In 1911: Samuel F. Batdorff was to be principal of the Anderson Union High School the following year. The trustees agreed informally to give him the position, though the actual election could not be made until the July meeting. Batdorff had been a teacher in the commercial department of the high school for the previous two
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In a cost-cutting move, the Redding School District board of trustees is set to vote Tuesday on whether to reduce the number of workdays for some managers in the district.
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Robert Abernathy retired March 31, but he keeps showing up for work.
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Rain, gas prices don't deter crowds
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Many parents are uncomfortable talking to their teens about alcohol, but it is a necessary conversation. In Shasta County on average, one teen a week visits an emergency room for an alcohol-related reason. Across the nation, Mothers Against Drunk Driving (MADD) and ...
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Debbie Belt, 29, of Anderson was arrested this evening after leading Anderson Police officers on a chase from Anderson to Palo Cedro at speeds over 100 mph, police said.
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We will have weak storm systems move across Northern California about every 3 days. The first of these systems will bring rain to the area Monday (April 18th). Tuesday and most of Wednesday will be sunny, with daytime temperatures Tuesday reaching the upper 60s and lower 70s. The next weak storm will move into the area late
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On Sunday, April 3, we flew from London to Amsterdam. We'd rented two apartments in the same building - Gary and I had stayed there 2 years ago and found the place quite satisfactory as well as (for A'dam) bargain-priced. It was nice having our own kitchen, too.
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I like lentils but when I cook them, I'm always surprised at how boring they usually are and I can't ever seem to make them taste really good. Then I made this, from Aarti Sequiera on Food Network, and they are really delicious. This is a keeper.Mum's Everyday Red Lentils•1 cup masoor dal red lenti
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No, not the Cascade Theatre, not Old City Hall, not the Shasta College Health Sciences Building. It's the Thunderbird Lodge. So proclaims an ad in a free tourist-oriented "101 things to do" in the north state publication I picked up...
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The second full day in London was Saturday, which is the peak day for Portobello Road Market. We all love shopping for second-hand things, so after breakfast we headed over there. If you saw "Notting Hill" you know about the Travel Bookshop (still there), though th
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The design and planning of Shasta County and Redding revolves completely around the automobile. Here’s a documentary you can view for free online that examines the implications of this design emphasis for our future in a world where oil will inevitably be increasingly scarce and expensive. Well worth your attention
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Hey look, this one comes with an in-law unit:Alright, so we’re kidding about that. Un
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Way back in 1863 the Shasta County Board of Supervisors approved the use of chain gangs. All county jail prisoners incarcerated for over 30 days were forced to participate. Balls and chains were used on certain prisoners at the discretion...
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Fire crews responded to a reported residential structure fire in Palo Cedro around 9 a.m. today, but found out the blaze was from a burn pile upon arriving, dispatchers said.
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My former Record Searchlight colleague's "new grass" string band, Muletown, is much in demand hereabouts (see photos of yesterday's gig at the Whiskeytown NEED Camp). A just-recorded CD goes on sale at month end. My favorite: the haunting "Storm...
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There's a 70 percent chance of precipitation today in Redding, mainly after 11 a.m. The high should be around 69 degrees. Southwest winds may also pick up to 10 to 13 mph, with gusts of up to 20 mph. Prepare for the chance of more rain Monday, with a 50 percent chance of precipitation and a high of 65 degrees. By Tuesday, f
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Gold miners, bespattered with tallow, from the Midas Mine at Harrison Gulch, around the turn of the century. Of special interest are the candles and holders carried by the miners, as well as their lunch buckets. Click on the image to enlarge it. Photo courtesy of Shasta Historical Society The Shasta Historical Society libra
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I call it dirt, Fran calls it dirt, Mom called it dirt and so did Dad. To sum it up, I've been to school and studied sand, rocks, faults and soil. But here in Redding, when I'm standing in my yard with a shovel in my hand and my boots firmly planted on the red earth right beneath me, I call it dirt.
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I've really been enjoying Anna Moseley's column in Saturday's Home & Garden section of the Searchlight. Anna also has a fantastic blog on house and home keeping tips at askannamoseley.com. She's currently leading a two-week spring cleaning challenge that I am in the midst of. I love a clean house, and I love a challenge
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Horizon Air closes its desk at the Redding Airport today, ending Redding's daily commercial airline flights to Los Angeles International Airport and Arcata/Eureka Airport.
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Dear Straight Talk: Maybe I shouldn't meddle, but my son is an awkward, shy teenager and my brother's kids are popular. At a recent reunion, a lively conversation ensued about Facebook friends and I noticed my son looked painfully depressed.
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They say that education begins in the home, and many families in the Redding area strongly believe it should stay there. Home schooling is a rapidly growing movement in which parents assume the responsibility of educating their children privately, at home. "Home schooling is about parents wishing to have more control over t
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Richard and Carolyn Taylor of Redding celebrated their 50th wedding anniversary on April 15. They were married on April 15, 1961, in San Francisco. They have two daughters: Jeanine and Jacqueline.
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Ray and Jean Littleton of Redding celebrated their 50th wedding anniversary March 26, 2011, at a quiet dinner surrounded by their family. The Littletons were married March 25, 1961 in Anderson. They are longtime residents of the north state, having graduated from Enterprise and Anderson high schools respectively. Ray enjo
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James and Mavis Brock of Redding celebrated their 65th wedding anniversary March 31, 2011, at a family dinner at Kobe's Restaurant hosted by their daughters, Carolyn and Shirley. James Brock and Mavis Stacker were married in Brownfield, Texas, on March 31, 1946, after a whirlwind courtship of three weeks. Although both of
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Recently I was talking with someone about paring down. I mentioned to her that I had a large bag of yarn I was getting ready to give to a friend. No longer able to sit hunched over a knitting project the way I once did, I want someone else to enjoy the many colorful skeins I've accumulated.
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California’s inmate conservation camps are widely viewed by local officials and inmate-rehabilitation experts as a bright spot in a chronically overcrowded and unsafe prison system
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If an escape-prone suspected white supremacist who had twice been shot by police could get assigned to one of the state’s 41 minimum-security inmate fire camp, who else is in there?
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Prison officials say even though Gov. Jerry Brown’s budget plan will transfer the custody of thousands of the state prison system’s lowest-risk inmates back to counties doesn’t necessarily mean the state’s fire camps will close.
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Today is Palm Sunday, which begins the holiest eight days of the Christian year.Today marks the triumphant arrival of Jesus of Nazareth into Jerusalem, where he will be put to death and then is seen alive on Easter Sunday.This is a period of deep reflection for those of us who are Christians — a time to consider who w
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Real economic development is the No. 1 thing that would improve life in our community.
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Dear Imam Salahuddin: The comment attributed to you in the April 9 "Voices of Faith" column — "We can see the Jewish people overseas being the same type of people that they accuse the Nazi's of being" — caught my eye.
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Retail district would end feud
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It's hard to tell if the California Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation is lying to the public or to itself about the inmates at state fire camps. Either way, it's scary.
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It was well over a decade ago that an avid fly-fisherman named Tom Chandler moved to the wilds of Siskiyou County. He had been living in the Silicon Valley, where he was a self-employed marketing writer.
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Years ago, fly fishing around Red Bluff, Redding and Chico was not as popular as it is today. During earlier years, it was more popular over in the Eureka and coastal areas down to the San Francisco Bay Area. And then it was more or less concentrated to special areas. Most of the fly-tiers and anglers would drive through Re
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Long thought of as the epitome of the lame gift idea, hikers, backpackers and trail runners know the value of a good pair of socks. In fact, the more time you spend on your feet, the more you appreciate socks that will keep your feet comfortable, dry and blister-free. Here are a few of my favorites so far.
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Dear Babe: I have two 2004 Red Sox items signed by the entire team. One is a 2004 Shadow box with base (not game used), team action photo and World Series pins — one that has both team logos and says "Red Sox Sweep" and a second for Manny Ramirez that shows the back of his jersey and says "MVP."
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The latest chapter in the saga of the North Valley Co-op makes it clear that a member-backed grocery store selling local fruits and vegetables won't be opening anytime soon.
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Earth Day, created in 1970 by a U.S. senator galvanized by a horrific oil spill off California's coast, has grown into a global celebration.
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Buying a business that is already up and running can be a wiser choice for an entrepreneur than starting from scratch. Retail and office space may be cheaper, and suppliers may be a little more generous on terms.
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Redding may buy more than a half-century's worth of affordability for a pair of Buckeye Terrace apartments.
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Officials, groups laud her 60 yearsof activism
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Q: Monty, My daughter is a teenager, and like most she needs to move out while she still knows everything. She voices her opinion about "having" to wear a seat belt each time we get in the car, and her "opinion" can go on and on for hours! My husband and I enjoy reading your articles (and
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I find that most beneficiaries are unfamiliar with their options once they have inherited annuities, life insurance or IRA and other various retirement accounts. Most people are usually very careful to make sure that their beneficiary designations are up to date, but are themselves unsure what happens to their account once
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The Shasta College softball team bounced Saturday back in a big way from a heartbreaking loss.
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RED BLUFF — There is one more rodeo performance to go, but Cody DeMoss already is a winner in town.
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I am a Nerd Chick, but first and foremost I define myself by one word: Mommy. As a parent of young children, I can't help but see the world through their eyes. My son celebrates the drive to the park, exclaiming "Look at all the TREES, Mommy! Mommy, there are TEN trees!"
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In 1911: The Sacramento Valley West Side Electric Railway Co. was the name adopted for the corporation that was to build an electric railroad from Woodland, through Willows and Red Bluff to Redding, possibly to Kennett. Victor E. Warrens, the Kennett hustler, addressed the meeting saying, "We at Kennett want the propose
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Products offered: Baby items, handmade products from local Redding artisans, new and used.
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The Record Searchlight won five first-place and three second-place awards at this year's California Newspaper Publishers Association Better Newspapers Awards.
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Two accused of stealing money jar
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Jackson Ballou took a different approach than most of the more than 50 kids at Saturday's Redding Active 20-30 Club Big Race.
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Police tonight are looking into the death of a man who was found on the banks of the Sacramento River in Redding.
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Two people were arrested Saturday on suspicion of stealing money from a fundraising jar at a Cottonwood coffee shop.
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Officers arrested suspects today who'd allegedly stolen a community donation jar from a Cottonwood coffee shop. The donations were to help a North State 3-year-old boy who's recovering from a gunshot wound to the head.  
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NEWS RELEASE DATE/TIME: 04/16/11 @ 1544 Hours CONTACT OFFICER: Sergeant Steve Grashoff CASE # 11-11408 BY: Sergeant Steve Grashoff CRIME/INCIDENT: LOCATION: 20633 Gas Point Road, Cottonwood, Ca. VICTIM(S): Elegant Bean Coffee Shop SUSPECTS(S): 1- Davis, Michael Reid DOB- 02/02/84 - 27 years 459PC Burglary 2- Davis, Ashley A
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A man escaped injury this afternoon after his car caught fire in the intersection of Lake Boulevard and Market Street in Redding.
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Let me second Steve Greenhut's fine column: [W]hile it's unrealistic to expect average voters to get a visit with their governor, they should have a chance to meet with their state representative. Unfortunately, California's residents have only a slim chance...
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A lovely deep blue acrylic bathtub is not something you see every day, but here is one. Thi
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Interesting chart, forwarded by Bruce Ross. Ah, If only we could eat flat-screen TVs!...
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Watch the guy in the middle get literally blasted by the jetwash last night. This is a video I took at the Kool April Drags event at the Redding Dragstrip. Interesting to see the car nearest the camera pulling up to the line with it’s brakes on, and yet still moving forward. Watch the middle guy’s ha
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Sims is one of my favorite places. There is a ton of history there. Yesterday's mystery photo was the rock stairway leading to nowhere in the forest. At the end of that stairway once stood the Administration building for the...
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Northstate Public Radio (91.7 fm KCHO in Chico, 88.9 fm KFPR in Redding) is in the midst of its Spring Membership Drive this week. Regular programming of In a North State Garden will resume on April 23rd. If you value what Northstate Public Radio provides to you - from the local to the national to [...]
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Small amounts of rain may hit the Redding area during the next few days.
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Politicians are famous for talking out of both sides of their mouths. Then there's Congressman Dennis Kucinich. Check out his act here. It leaves his interlocutor all but speechless....
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Several years ago when we had baby chicks, we cobbled together some plywood bins and called it a chicken house. Amazingly, the chickens thrived - produced many years of eggs, though their offerings were not always easy to find. We are older and wiser, now, and one of us has obsessive-compulsive tendencies whe
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You all remember the couple dancing down the aidle to "Forever." Here's a video T-Mobile did to "honor" Andrew and Kate.The gal playing Camilla looks JUST like her.
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Thank you, dispatchers, for answering millions of phone calls to keep our community safe.In the last year you answered millions of 911 calls, non-emergency calls, requests from nearby agencies. You took walk-up reports and requests for information. You handled requests and radio traffic from officers. You are th
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A sloshy yard in spring can come back to bite you.
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Judith Larner Lowry, in "The Landscaping Ideas of Jays: A Natural History of the Backyard Restoration Garden" (280 pages, U. of California Press, 2007) dreams of creating, out of age-old materials and ideas, a new California.
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This has been a long, cold winter and now that the sun has returned it's time to clean up the fireplace and tell it "see you next year!"
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Question:The leaf ends of my ornamental plants often turn brown. Why?
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The average citizen might naively think that low-income housing programs exist to help those with low incomes.
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This $4-a-gallon gasoline is getting old. No, maybe I should say it's making me feel old.
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Law is great, but who pays?
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RED BLUFF — At age 90, the Red Bluff Round-Up was ushered in with fireworks and a fighter jet flyover.
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COTTONWOOD — A smaller field of teams might have been at the 2011 Eagle Classic Relays at West Valley High School on Friday, but the West Valley track and field teams didn't seem to mind.
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COTTONWOOD — Perhaps the best news for the Foothill baseball team is that its top hitters will all return for another season.
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Prep softball
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Maybe there are occasions when the coaches know best.
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The losses to Siskiyous seem to get more excruciating with each passing year.
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California commercial beekeepers are contemplating whether they should pay as much as a $1 per hive to fund research into honeybee health.
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The ground shook and the roar from about 1,800 cars split the air on Hilltop Drive as drivers in Friday's Kool April Nites cruise showed off their wheels.
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The ground shook and the roar from about 1,800 cars split the air on Hilltop Drive as drivers in Friday's Kool April Nites cruise showed off their wheels.
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ROUND MOUNTAIN — It's been five years since Staci Wadley shelled out $250 of her own money for a study to learn if it was remotely feasible to get a community radio station on the air.
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Lopey givesown salary to department
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Here is a partial list of this weekend's Red Bluff Rodeo events.
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Siskiyou County Sheriff Jon Lopey says he's keeping one of the promises he made during his campaign for office.
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Here is a partial list of this weekend's Red Bluff Round-Up events.
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Measures could help fill $3 million hole
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Officials ponder library entrance policy
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Shasta County unemployment rates get worse
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Reward increased in home invasion
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Redding likely will plug a $3 million hole in its general fund budget by temporarily shuttering the Convention Center and closing City Hall at least two work days each month.
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edding is poised to approve a policy allowing limited leafleting at the main library entrance despite lawsuit threats.
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As I recall, it was the newly inaugurated President Obama's Justice Department that sent down memos downplaying the odds of prosecuting medical-marijuana cases under federal law that led to the explosion of openly operating co-ops and such in Northern California...
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Roy Hutchings, Oak Run
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Possible rain in the forecast for Saturday has caused a local pilot group to cancel its free flying day for youngsters.
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Makes me want to head up there again this weekend (with a picnic lunch), before the weather heats up....
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When good invoicing goes bad! No invoices were harmed in the making of this video.
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Duane Lyon is our winner. Congratulations Duane. Darn, I just can't stump you people. Those steps led up to what was the administration building for the Civilian Conservation Corps (CCC). They are located inside the Sims Campground at Sims beside...
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At least three custom race cars were destroyed Thursday morning in a million-dollar fire. Redding fire crews were called to 845 Remor Street at 9:40am Thursday on reports of heavy smoke coming from Tech 2 MotorSports. Damage is estimated at a half-million
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God, do I love England. Always have. Love the different accents, the exceedingly dry sense of humor, the history so ancient and diverse that it's hard for an American to abosrb. I love the place names: the Vale of Evesham, Stow-on-the-Wold, Tunbridge Wells, Chertsey, Bexleyheath, Virginia Water; tube stations with names lik
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Yeah, it’s fun to watch the custom cars go around in the parade, but then come on out to the dragstrip for some action! I took these shots in 2010.
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No injuries were reported this afternoon in a rollover wreck on Highway 299 near Buckhorn Summit.
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The reward for information on an April 7 home invasion and sexual assault in Mount Shasta has increased to $10,650, the Siskiyou County Sheriff's Department reported today.
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A 20-year-old Alameda man suffered moderate injuries when his vehicle went off the road this morning on Highway 299 near Buckhorn Summit west of Redding, according to the California Highway Patrol.
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A Cottonwood western clothing store is donating all its proceeds from today and Saturday to an Anderson family whose young son remains in a Sacramento hospital following an accidental shooting in February.
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Despite the housing bust and the foreclosure mess, a  recent study by Pew Research Center revealed 81% of Americans still believe homeownership is the best long-term investment. That figure is down only slightly from the 84% of respondents who strongly or somewhat agreed to the same question in 1991.  2142 adults were
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Shasta County’s unemployment rate went up in March to 17.1 percent, the state Employment Development Department reported today.
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Reading the story about the city's plans to "temporarily" shutter the Convention Center...I wouldn't be surprised if the McConnell Foundation steps forward and offers to buy the structure and surrounding land at a seemingly generous price and then has the...
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What was once located at the end of the stairs in the trees? Also, where is this place located? Welcome to the weekly History Mystery Photo Contest. If you're the first person to give the correct answer, you'll win a...
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Conditions at Mt. Shasta Ski Park Day skiing: Open Night skiing: Closed Temperature: 34 degrees. Skies: Cloudy Wind: Light Visibility: Limited Depth: 60 inches at base, 156 inches at top New snow overnight: None New snow during the past 24 hours: 1 inch Snow surface: Fresh powder on top of machine groomed Trails: 32 open, 2
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This Russian guy takes out a broken XBOX with some gats.
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We don’t see many off the grid properties here. Possibly because they are difficult to finance in the first place, so it would make sense that we would not see
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That's right, the whole damn movie. Right here on The Tension.
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Bunny is thinking about the impact of Frida Kahlo’s art. I am working and fake-biking my butt off yet pause, here,  for a moment to drop hot thoughts and nods. Big Nod to Conan and Team Coco for posting Queens of the Stone Age performance. To Etsian mugze for these yummy looking bacon caramels. Naughty! [...]
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Amid all the recent budget cuts it seems that the Redding city council will discuss the possibility of closing the Redding Convention Center. This might not be such a bad idea. The convention center is not an essential part of our culture here in the north state. Perhaps it should be used solely for major [...]
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We got home very late on Wednesday night. My bags are unpacked if not actually put away. Everything survived the flight home, though a bottle of syrup oozed and a bottle of gin leaked slightly, but no permanent damage was done. I have laundry to the ceiling and a stack of unread mail.I'm up at this ungodly hour
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There is better than a 50 percent chance of showers today in Redding. That means fans and classic cars could get wet for this evening's Kool April Nites cruise, which gets underway at 6:30 p.m. But any rain that falls won't amount to much, according to the National Weather Service. Between one-tenth and a quarter inch is po
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Redding will likely plug a $3 million hole in its general fund budget by temporarily shuttering the Convention Center and closing City Hall at least two work days each month.
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What: David Jacobs-Strain with Bob Beach Perform at Mamma Llama Coffeehouse in Weaverville When: Saturday (April 16), 8 p.m. Where: Mamma Llama Coffeehouse, 490 Main Street, Weaverville David Jacobs-Strain is a slide guitarist and modern roots singer-songwriter whose ...
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Improvements continue at Clear Creek Greenway, the trail system and recreation area located between Redding and Igo. The Bureau of Land Management recently installed a number of signs to guide people to trailheads and parking areas located along Clear Creek and Cloverdale roads. The BLM is also finishing up work on a new pa
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... I'm embarrassed to say that the mountain lion was literally right under our noses for about a week before we noticed. We have a south-facing deck that is about 12 feet off the ground that overlooks Cow Creek in Whitmore. I'd been on that deck daily, leaning up against the railing, enjoying the view with my morning coffe
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It would be premature to make too much of the National Marine Fisheries Service's review of whether the Klamath and Trinity rivers' chinook salmon deserve protection under the Endangered Species Act. Still, anyone who cares about the north state's economy has to hope the answer, at the end of the federal review,
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The most serious charge against Rep. Paul Ryan's budget is not the risible claim, made most prominently by President Obama in his George Washington University address, that it would "sacrifice the America we believe in." The serious charge is that the Ryan plan fails by its own standards: Because it only cuts sp
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The Rep. Herger we don't know
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Shasta County Historical Society seeks volunteers.
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Shasta College teacher produces, mentors and plays in Americana band.
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History has it that President John F. Kennedy and Marilyn Monroe spent two days in a cabin in Castella.
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This spring's preps sport season is making out to be one full of milestones.
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The Shasta High School boys tennis team remained perfect on the season with a 7-2 home victory over rival Enterprise on Thursday.
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Team taps low scores to move u
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A donation box containing about $150 raised for a three-year-old boy who shot himself has been stolen from a cafe in Cottonwood.
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What: Northeastern California Small Business Development Center announces Marketing 101: "Jump Start Your Business" When: Monday (April 18), 5:30 - 7:30 p.m. Where: Small Business Development Center, 2990 Innsbruck Dr., Redding (across from the Builders Exchange) Cost: $25 Marketing a small business doesn't need to be expen
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Residents of Churn Creek Bottom and their supporters gathered Thursday morning at the Shasta County elections office to file an initiative they hope is the first step toward saving their rural land from commercial development.
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A homeless man who pleaded guilty last month to one count of felony animal cruelty for kicking a 3-month-old puppy and breaking its leg was sentenced Thursday to six months in jail.
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A homeless man who pleaded guilty last month to one count of felony animal cruelty for kicking a 3-month-old puppy and breaking its leg was sentenced Thursday to six months in jail.
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Residents of Churn Creek Bottom and their supporters gathered Thursday morning at the Shasta County elections office to file an initiative they hope is the first step toward saving their rural land from commercial development.
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9 pounds of heroin found in traffic sto
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9 pounds of heroin found in traffic sto
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School solar panel damage reported
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School solar panel damage reported
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Here is a partial list of this week's Red Bluff Round-Up events.
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Here is a partial list of this week's Red Bluff Round-Up events.
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A two-alarm fire Thursday morning caused $1 million in damage to a Redding shop that customizes imported sports cars.
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A two-alarm fire Thursday morning caused $1 million in damage to a Redding shop that customizes imported sports cars.
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What: Celtic/world musician and spoken word performer Seabury Gould When: Saturday (April 16), 8 - 10 p.m. Where: Bohemian Art Loft, 3304B Bechelli Lane, Redding Cost: $10; students $5 Touring Celtic folksinger, storyteller, and world musician Seabury Gould will perform everything from Irish/Celtic traditional music and fol
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Public officials, engineers, contractors and even a few disinterested citizens celebrated the completion of the Cypress Avenue bridge in Redding on Thursday afternoon. Although the bridge opened to automobile, bicycle and pedestrian traffic about two months ago, Redding delayed the ribbon-cutting and dedication ceremony whi
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With the enduring economic crunch, one hears a lot -- heck, I've written my share -- about public employees' pay and benefits. And a letter-writer sent in a complaint that he's taxed enough, whatever Gov. Brown might think, and doesn't...
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In a response to today's editorial on Shasta County's redistricting, commenter "Armstrong" -- who shares my interest in the subject if not my opinions -- begs to differ: This editorial is lame. As long as Supervisorial Districts are based on...
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A compromise starts with cuts
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Rick Hartley, Shingletown
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Chinook listing would be new blow to region
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SACRAMENTO — A federal grand jury returned today a two-count indictment charging Michael Brian Taylor, 54, of Chico, with bank robbery for robbing an Umpqua Bank in Los Molinos on March 2 and a U.S. Bank in Colusa on March 8, a spokesman with the U.S. Attorney's Office said.
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Two weeks ago, the Shasta County sheriff’s department and Cal-Met seized nine pounds of heroin during a traffic stop, according to a federal indictment announced Thursday by the U.S. Attorney’s office. A Department of Justice press release says that on March 31st, a vehicle was stopped for speeding on interst
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Siskiyou County deputies arrested a 34-year-old Montague woman Wednesday after she allegedly attacked her boyfriend with a knife.
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SACRAMENTO, Calif. (AP) -- Gays, lesbians, bisexuals and transgender people would be added to the lengthy list of social and ethnic groups that public schools must include in social studies lessons under a landmark bill passed Thursday by the California Senate.
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The season is upon us for yard sales, sidewalk sales and garage sales, plus all manner of shows to uncover and rediscover shabby chic, rustic, artisan-made and handcrafted goods.  North State treasure hunters have the new Burlap Harlots Show in Anderson, Springpalooza in Palo Cedro and the Lewiston Peddlers' Faire to
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Urgent news from south of the border! If this is indeed an actual product they are serving at Taco Bell I am going to have to stock up. These sound flipping delicious.
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1. Kool April Nites Car Show Today through April 17 at the Redding Convention Center. Foothill High School Jazz Bands will perform April 13 and host a tri-tip/jazz dinner in the mega-tent; tickets are $6. Go to www.koolaprilnites.com.
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Southern California native Jody Smith followed in her parents’ footsteps when she started collecting antiques and vintage finds. Smith, her husband and two young children came to Redding six years ago to be near her family in Weaverville, and it is here that her collecting morphed into “The Smith Hotel,” Jody’s worl
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Sim, my 13-year-old daughter, has been frequenting Japanese restaurants since before she could walk, but the most fun she’s had was at Yama Sushi last week, plucking colorful delicacies from the parade of wooden boats that float around the huge, oval sushi bar.
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Central Valley High School in Shasta Lake was briefly locked down this morning as Shasta County Sheriff’s deputies responded to the report of a suicidal man with a gun at a nearby home.
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Have you heard about the brouhaha in Reno? Once exclusive to the "Biggest Little City in the World", the annual Hot August Nights car show is hitting the road this year. And the good folks in Reno are none too impressed. Organizers of Hot August Nights, the inspiration for Kool April Nites and oth
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>It’s rodeo week in Red Bluff and, fittingly, many will make their way to the Round Up Saloon in the downtown area to celebrate the arrival of professional cowboys and cowgirls lured to town by the 90th celebration of the Red Bluff Round Up.
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Got art? Then the Bohemian Art Loft has got you covered.
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Conditions at Mt. Shasta Ski Park Day skiing: Open Night skiing: Closed Temperature: 30 degrees. Skies: Cloudy Wind: Light Visibility: Limited Depth: 60 inches at base, 156 inches at top New snow overnight: None New snow during the past 24 hours: 1 inch Snow surface: Fresh powder on top of machine groomed Trails: 32 open, 2
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So the homeless man that badly beat a puppy in Anderson recently got a measly 6 month prison sentence. Personally I don’t think 6 months is nearly enough especially when he will have place to sleep and 3 meals a day.
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The number of bank or government owned homes for sale has fallen under 200 for the first time in a long time. Meanwhile, Pending sales are up. People are buying, and
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Enterprise Starship already proved it’s among the best in the west. Now the preeminent north state show choir has set its sights on being voted best in the country.
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A homeless man who pleaded guilty last month to one count of felony animal cruelty for kicking a 3-month-old puppy and breaking its leg was sentenced this morning to six months in jail.
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Did you know that the Redding Tea Party runs a radio show -- We the People Radio -- on KCNR 1460 on Sunday mornings? Did you know that this week's guest is Rabbi Nachum Shifren, "the Surfing Rabbi"? Well, now...
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I was about to say something nice about Rep. Wally Herger for actually doing something useful -- exploring ways to simplify the federal tax code -- and then I got toward the end of this Bloomberg report and realize I...
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A solar panel worth $1,000 at Evergreen Middle School in Cottonwood has been broken, perhaps by someone throwing a rock or other hard object, the Tehama County Sheriff’s Office reported this morning.
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A two-alarm fire this morning caused a $1 million in damage to a Redding business that customizes import sports cars.
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It was built in 1919 at 2323 Placer Street, Redding, on the top of Placer Street hill. Officially, it was the Dozier Sanitarium, but was popularly known as the Dozier Hospital. The hospital was named for its founders and operators,...
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What: Downtown's 12th Annual Downtown Park-n-Shine, part of Kool April Nights When: TODAY, April 14, 8 a.m. Registration, 11 a.m. judging, 3 p.m. awards Where: Market Street Promenade Hot cars and a very cool backdrop is what downtown offers for the 12th Annual Downtown Park-n-Shine ...
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Kristen Ayres (13) wins the Talent Showcase!
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Wow normally I would rip this idiot a new one verbally but this is just plain sad. If I were in charge of a religious extremist militant group I would use an artist with an intimidating voice to convey feelings of death, anger, and destruction to infidels. This rap could easily double as a soothing [...]
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The words over at Three Word Wednesday are evident, illusion and tragic. Something fun. Dad’s Wrinkling TimeMy father is a “tinkerer.”Mother’s convinced he’s some sort of mad scientist, mad being the evident word she’s concerne
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This guy has made quite a few popular videos recently including one where he turns his broken xbox into swiss cheese but this video had the added benefit of explosions. Follow me: http://twitter.com/#!/thefpshow Guns Here: http://www.tacticalgunsandgear.com Tannerite: http://www.jkmshells.com/
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That airbus tosses the other plane around as if it were a toy.
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As festivities for the annual Kool April Nites car show heats up, the weather for Redding and the surrounding Northern Sacramento Valley is cooling down. Forecasters expect highs in the upper 50s and mid 60s today under mostly cloudy skies before another system moves into the area tonight. Car enthusiasts could get wet for
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In part one, we discussed altering pants for weight loss. I hope you were able to use the information to extend your pant wardrobe until you finish losing the weight you want. Simple shirts and blouses can be altered easily, too, for a small weight loss. Try on the shirt and have ...
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What: WIC Celebrates Week of the Young Child With a Baby Wearing Fashion Show When: Saturday (April 16), 9:45 -11:30 a.m. Where: Mt. Shasta Mall, Macy’s Court The Shasta County’s Health & Human Services and WIC (a health and nutrition program for Women, Infants and Children) in conjunction with First 5 Shasta, wil
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What: Shasta College Sponsors Hands Across California When: Sunday (April 17), 2 - 2:30 p.m. Where: Shasta College’s Health Sciences & University Center, at Tehama and Market streets On April 17, 2011, Californians across the state will join hands to demonstrate their support for the nation’s largest higher educati
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The hundreds of bankers boxes piled nearly to the ceiling on the stage of the Oregon Shakespeare Festival’s “The Language Archive” represent the enormity and uniqueness of human communication. Inside the boxes, we’re led to assume, are the results of painstaking efforts to record and chronicle disappearing language
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Nerds co-0founder named guest of tech group
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As part of the larger National Park Week celebration, the 5th annual Waterfall Week celebration begins on Saturday (April 16) at Whiskeytown National Recreation Area and continues through April 24. This special event is also designated as a fee-free period throughout the National Park Service to encourage visitors to experi
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Despite high costs at the gas pump, the 22nd annual Kool April Nites car show will likely see more participants this year than in the last few years.
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Dedication to their hobby trumps pumps
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Nerds co-founder named guest of tech group
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The Shasta Technology Association’s next brown bag luncheon is from noon to 1 p.m. April 22 at the Redding Civic Center Caldwell Park Room.
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.... and sick. I was blowing my nose and coughing generously all through the flight, which must have delighted the young Indian man who got stuck next to me. Perhaps that is why he seemed to suddenly jerk around and give me an elbow in the ribs at frequent intervals. It didn't do him any good. When I got off the
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Welcome to McConnellville
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I'm no sports nut but I've spent enough time at kids' soccer games to understand that it's impossible to score if you're playing on the wrong side of the field.
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AARP not lobbying for its members
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As the state and the counties launch efforts to remap political districts to match the latest census, one key principle guiding them is not to needlessly split cities or other "communities of interest." Apparently nobody ever mentioned that notion to past drafters of Shasta County's Board of Supervisors district
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World champ Trevor Brazile will compete
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Six fighters from the area on docket for Cage Fights III
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The Foothill High baseball team picked up a 7-1 Eastern Athletic League home win over Paradise on Wednesday.
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A Redding man faces drug charges in Arizona after he and an Auburn man were caught carrying more than 100 pounds of marijuana in a small plane during a fuel stop in a remote mountain town, federal agents say.
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Tehama County searchers Tuesday evening found the body of a homeless man who drowned in an apparent attempt to save his puppy.
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A Sacramento area man who owns property in Shasta County said he was trying to collect rent money from two Igo-Ono-area tenants when he allegedly kidnapped them at gunpoint earlier this month, says a Shasta County sheriff's report.
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As the weather gets warmer, the trash pile gets higher.
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An Anderson couple whose company manufactures storage bins used by natural gas and oil extractors has purchased the former Fintech Precast plant on Clear Creek Road in Redding.
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Redding will take another step toward acquisition of Costco's Dana Drive store Monday when the City Council meets to consider approving use of redevelopment money for the project.
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Had it been included, Redding would have had one of the highest foreclosure rates in the United States in the first quarter of 2011.
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Transfer station is accepting more plastic recyclables
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Shasta High School has been named a California Distinguished School by the California Department of Education.
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What: Songbird & Scallywag in concert at Bohemian Art Loft When: Friday (April 15), 8 - 10 p.m. Where: The Bohemian Art Loft, 3304B Bechelli Lane Cost: $15 in advance, $20 at the door, students $10 Peter Berkow’s “jazzy/folky, hauntingly melodic Americana” trio with special guest, nationally renowned Joe Craven. F
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Though government is rightly controlled by whatever mob happens to be ascendant at present, the whole institution only works if the public's business is conducted in public. So writes Hank Sims, in reporting the political details of an entertaining Public...
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My city utility bill this month contained a notice headlined "Why REU trims trees and ways you can help." Those guys don't mess around (see photos). Late last month an REU crew made short work of a neighbor's nearly 60-year-old...
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Shasta Blood Center is in need of B- and O- blood.
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How many of us take hearing for granted? It's similar to picking up a glass and taking a drink; we take it for granted that we can do such a task and it will be obvious if we can't.
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Friday is the deadline for Health Care Heroes nominations.
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Four out of five child safety seats are used incorrectly.
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The topic of aging skin is usually addressed only when someone is trying to sell you something. Talk of the natural changes that occur in our largest organ often get drowned out in this age of Botox and lasers.
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The Retired & Senior Volunteer Program (RSVP) will host its 2nd Annual Spring Craft Fair at the Lake California Club House on Saturday, April 16th from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Located at 22431 Rio Alto Drive in Lake California. Open to the public. More information, contact 528-4240.
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Etna's 64th May 1st Rodeo. Open to the world. Where you can find small town family fun.
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The American Red Cross of Northeastern California is hosting the 2nd Annual Golf Tournament at Gold Hills Country Club on April 29, 2011. This event is a great opportunity for you and/or your business to give back to our community by support your local Red Cross chapter’s Disaster Fund! And, you get to have fun at the s
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A News Cafe has Kool April Nights covered: Click here for the list of KAN events. Worried about weather? Check out the Kool April outlook. And witness the beautiful transformation of an old classic in a feature story and slide show, here.
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So argues this Berkeley energy analyst. From the Business Times of San Francisco: People growing marijuana indoors use 1 percent of the U.S. electricity supply, and they create 17 million metric tons of carbon dioxide every year (not counting the...
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