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August 19th, 2011

Redding City Ballet has brought the world's most beloved ballet, "The Nutcracker," to the Redding community for the past 15 years. The company invites dancers to join in a world celebration of traditions and storytelling. It's an excellent opportunity for children of all ages to experience the thrill of being on stage while
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Hi everyone. For the first time, I'm going to have to end this contest because for some reason I'm not able to post a comment. I can post a blog, but not leave a comment. Instead of telling you the...
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Though the area lost jobs last month, Shasta County’s unemployment rate in July was unchanged from June at 15 percent as the area’s labor force declined, the state reported today.
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Here's a simple way to polish silver.
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"Founding Gardeners: The Revolutionary Generation, Nature, and the Shaping of the American Nation" offers an interesting look at the way our government's beginnings were rooted in nature.
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My lawn shows brown and bare patches. Can you tell me what's causing this?
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Harvest cantaloupes when a slight crack completely circles the stem where it is attached to the melon. For honeydew, crenshaw or casaba melons, harvest when the fruit softens at the blossom end and starts to turn yellow. Source: UC Integrated Pest Management
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The Redding defense attorney representing a Cottonwood area woman accused of attempted murder for allegedly beating a 7-year-old boy near to death in December 2009 lost today a bid to have her criminal trial postponed.
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July Unemployment numbers released Friday are showing no change for Shasta County, which remains at a 15-Percent Jobless Rate. That’s an improvement from last July’s 15-Point-6 Percent, which was a Historic High. The Rate for Tehama County was 16-Point-5 Percent in July. It was 17-Point-9 Percent in Trinity C
A Log Truck overturned in Trinity County early Friday Morning. the Rick Cattanach Trucking Company rig out of Palo Cedro overturned on Highway 299 just East of Poker Bar at about 4AM, blocking the Westbound Lane. Cal-Trans crews were dispatched to the scene to work on moving the 30-to-40-foot Logs out of the Roadway.
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A very High-Speed Pursuit that began in Anderson Wednesday Night ended in Tehama County. A Shasta County Sheriff’s Deputy approached an older-model Mazda R-X-7 behind a Market in Anderson a little before 10:30. The Car fled onto Southbound I-5 at Riverside Avenue and headed South at 130 Miles-Per-Hour until a Spike
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A 15-Hundred Acre Fire is burning in Modoc County. The “Annie Fire” broke out just before 11 O’clock Thursday Morning in Rangeland and Timber near Fort Bidwell, partially on B-L-M Land and partially on the Modoc National Forest. More than 200 Fire Personnel are battling the Blaze, with more on the way.
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A Politically-Active Redding Group will hold a Protest of Wally Herger’s Performance on Sunday. “Shasta County Citizens For Democracy” and “The American Dream Project” has issued a statement saying that since the Congressman won’t hold Town Hall Meetings anymore and the Public can̵
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A Fundraiser will be held this Weekend to remember a 21-year-old Man who died after falling off of his Skateboard last Friday Afternoon in the City of Shasta Lake. Trent Davis was riding a Skateboard in front of his Home and fell off, striking his Head on the Roadway. Redding Paint Ball will hold a Barbeque to benefit Da
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A 59-year-old Anderson bookkeeper accused of embezzling almost $29,000 from a Redding meat company pleaded not guilty during her arraignment Friday in Shasta County Superior Court.
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Someone called 911 Thursday in the Keswick area to report that several people were arming themselves with machetes. The deputies who responded to the call didn't find machetes, but they did arrest a burglary suspect who had allegedly stashed stolen property in the back of a broken-down pickup truck.
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What was this building? Welcome to the weekly History Mystery Photo Contest! Today is a special contest because last week's winner (MarilynR) asked if she could "pay it forward". Yessirree, we can do that! So this week's winner will not...
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  31st Honey Bee Festival - Palo Cedro CA Saturday and Sunday, 9/10 and 11   In an effort to build "Better Communities", Palo Cedro Parks and Recreation with the help of hundreds of vendors and local sponsors introduced The Honey Bee Festival in 2008. It was such a hit that it has be
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Click on the image below for an important reminder about school zones and school bus stops.
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The westbound lane of Highway 299W near Poker Bar in Trinity County is partially blocked this morning following a logging truck rollover accident
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Redding residents can expect sunny skies and high temperatures in the 90s through late next week, forecasters with the National Weather Service in Sacramento say. Today’s high temperature should be near 97 degrees. The weekend should see a high temperature around 95 degrees on Saturday and Sunday, and it will be about a d
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Headed out to Coney Island with friends recently to stare at the freaks (Coney Island is the only place in NYC where it's OK, even encouraged, to stare) and take in a free Cheap Trick concert.Free Cheap Trick? Hells yes.My friends were somewhat impressed about my brush with the band back in the summe
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While most college graduates spend the summer relaxing or vacationing with friends and family, Simpson University graduate Caleb Sanders found himself preparing to donate one of his kidneys to his older brother. On June 8, the 22-year-old history major underwent surgery to remove one of his kidneys at Stanford University Me
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Bill Masten, Redding
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Don Farrell, Redding
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Betty Barraza, Anderson
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WASHINGTON — A troubled nation wonders: How did we get mired in 9.1 percent unemployment, 0.9 percent growth and an economic outlook so bad that the Federal Reserve pledges to keep interest rates at zero through mid-2013 — an admission that it sees little hope on the horizon?
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Bill Masten, Redding
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It is perhaps overstating the situation to say that Congress is not suffering so much from a lack of bipartisanship but a lack of alcohol, a social lubricant of proven efficacy.
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Redding faces $20.7 million in claims for the Cypress Avenue Bridge.
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A trio of labor unions claims the hotel Turtle Bay Exploration Park plans to build on its campus is a public works job subject to prevailing wage.
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Officials at Shasta County schools started blitzing students and families with phone calls, fliers and announcements last spring, urging them to get Tdap shots for students before school began again this summer.
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RED BLUFF –A 26-year-old San Francisco man was arrested early Thursday morning after a two-county car chase that clocked him driving at 130 mph, officials with the California Highway patrol reported.
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Legislators are joining forces to try to ensure the long-awaited veterans homes in Redding and Fresno are built next year on schedule.
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After a quarter century in Congress, U.S. Rep. Wally Herger says he hasn't even thought about stepping down, although rumors continue to circulate he's grooming someone to run for his seat because his retirement is imminent.
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John Thode of Redding certainly has a lot of friends.
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SHINGLETOWN —A free event Saturday will allow people to do something they don't often get to do — view wild horses up close.
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In 1911: William V.B. Cunningham, one of the early settlers of Buckeye, died in St. Caroline hospital due to heart trouble. Mr. Cunningham was born in Alabama in 1844 and served throughout the Civil War in the Confederate ranks. Coming to California in 1875, he settled in Buckeye and married. The pioneer followed mining mos
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The prep school year is officially under way here in the Northern Section, which means the seven fall sports are in full swing.
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Paul Ogden's 1968 Plymouth Barracuda is a fast car — fast enough to break its own land speed record, set less than a year ago in Utah.
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RED BLUFF — Concealed by rolling hills of oak trees four miles north of Red Bluff lies the 18-hole private gem of Wilcox Oaks Golf Club.
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Comfort Keepers in Redding will celebrate its grand reopening at 7:30 a.m. Aug. 30.
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Motorists are reminded that the intersection of Shasta View Drive and Old Alturas Road will be closed to all traffic from 7 p.m. Friday (August 19) to 6 a.m. Monday, August 29, while crews work to construct a roundabout. Motorists are urged to plan alternate routes – generally from the north -- to reach schools [...]
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Sarah Brady is giving a multimedia presentation Monday as part of the monthly program at the North Valley Carter House Gallery in Redding. More about her inspiration for art from can be found at her blog, kneadandturn.blogspot.com. Sarah is 21 and from a multi-generational Redding family. Her parents live in Shasta (Old Sha
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Visualize the wave rolling in. And roll the soundtrack: "Da da da da, dah dah. Da da da da, dah." It's a special Hawaiian-themed evening as the Muletown String Band returns to the Vintage Wine Bar and Restaurant in Redding on Saturday (Aug. 20). Bust out those Hawaiian shirts, leis, etc., or just come as [...]
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In the interest of crime prevention, the Chico Police Department is reminding the public about the potential for thefts from vehicles, particularly in the upper Bidwell Park area. Over the past two weeks, Chico PD has received reports of 3 vehicle burglaries in the areas of Upper Bidwell Park near Horseshoe Lake and the Eas
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Safe Haven Horse Rescue is seeking volunteers for its Volunteer Workday.
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Travelin' in Time is a weekly look at historic places or people in the north state.
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The last Ide Adobe Days, a moonlight run on Shasta Dam and the Kilarc Community Picnic are all this weekend in the north state.
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YAKS' Live Art and Music series showcases north state visual artists and musicians each weekend at various YAKS locations in Redding.
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A reporter from Politico takes President Obama's advice, with hilarious results. Click here. Wish the daily press had more first-person reporting like this....
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The state Board of Forestry and Fire Protection has directed its staff to draft emergency regulations, in accordance with Assembly Bill AB X 1 29's State Responsibility Area (SRA) fees, for the full board to consider at a special public meeting to be held in Sacramento Monday (Aug. 22). Executive Officer George Gentry prese
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Firefighters quickly contained a mobile home fire this afternoon on Big Bend Road near Smith Camp.
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This morning was spent cleaning up my harvested catnip. I started a series of Black Alien Squid catnip toys early this year and haven’t got back to them yet. Here are a few photos. I need to be schooled on how to shoot black! Frank is taking a digital photo class. He will be able [...]
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They homesteaded. It was called the Homestead Act and was enacted in 1862. It provided any citizen or first paper alien (except Indians) the right to claim 160 acres for $10 on the condition he or she lived on and...
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1. America 7:30 p.m. Friday at the Cascade Theatre, 1733 Market St., Redding. Tickets are $43 to $63. Call 243-8877. Go to www.cascadetheatre.org
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Last summer, Tracy Manuel was invited to sit in with local band Muletown for a gig at Vintage Wine Bar and Restaurant. Impressed with the way the strings and percussion sounded together, the band made her spot a permanent one. Manuel, 18, started her musical career as a clarinet player in elementary school, and started doub
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Today we feature good news and bad news. The bad news is stocks are being hammered today. So what’s the good news? Redding area real estate prices are a bargain. Rates are lower than they have been in years. And th
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A big "mahalo" (thank you) to Keith Kakiuchi and his five-year-old 808 Bistro & Catering Co. for adding a taste of Hawaii to our local dining scene with island favorites such as Kalua pig, smoked lomi lomi salmon salad and aku poke.
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Nowadays, downtown bar goers, in search of a place to blow off steam and enjoy an evening over drinks with friends, have their choice of plenty of bars from which to choose. Until recently, however, Redding had been in lack of an Irish style pub. Enter Shameless O'Leery's.
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Jan Daley remembers watching one of the televised Bob Hope Christmas Tour specials as a child and saying to her mother, "Some day I'm going to do that."
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RED BLUFF – A 26-year-old San Francisco man was arrested early this morning after a two-county vehicle pursuit that clocked him driving at 130 mph, officials with the California Highway patrol reported.
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Crews will close the Old Alturas Road/Shasta View Drive intersection at 7 a.m. Friday for roundabout construction.
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Crews have cleaned up a mess left early this morning when a semi-truck rolled off an embankment on southbound Interstate 5 near Cypress Avenue and lost its load of wood, a spokeswoman for the California Highway Patrol said.
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A three-vehicle traffic accident on Canyon Road near China Gulch Drive in front of North Valley School blocked the roadway for about an hour this morning.
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The local real estate value bubble in the mid 2000s was fueled in no small part by investor buyers. Recently, we’ve seen savvy real estate investors returning to the Redding area -in force. We noti
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The words over at Three Word Wednesday are gasp, mute and viable.RandyThey both dreaded dinner and drinks, not because there was any animosity between them, not really. Fact was, they were nearly complete and total strangers – except they shared a c
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It’s going to be sunny and hot today in Redding. forecasters with the National Weather Service in Sacramento say. Today’s high temperature will be near 99 degrees. There’s no significant change during the next few days with Friday’s high temperature expected to be near 97 degrees. Saturday and Sunday should see a hi
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It is the end of July, 2011, and for some reason I have decided to hike to the top of Granite Peak. Early-onset dementia, perhaps. Granite Peak is in the southeast corner of the Trinity Alps. It is 8,091 feet high, and there is a trail to the top. The trail is only four-and-a-half miles, [...]
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It’s been many years (I won’t reveal exactly how many) since I had to worry about finding my classroom and meeting new teachers on the first day of school. Yet, that first-day-of-school apprehension returns to me every year about this time. Well, not exactly this time of year. In the pre-electronic, pre-backpack days wh
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A congratulatory rally for the Red Bluff Little League All-Stars will take place at 5 p.m. Sunday at the Tehama District Fair grounds in Red Bluff.
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The former CEO of a gold mine in French Gulch has been added to the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency's fugitive list for failing to surrender to federal authorities seeking to arrest him for allegedly dumping pollutants in Shasta County.
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Hundreds of 4- and 5-year-olds are trooping off to kindergarten this week, toting along with them pencils, backpacks and the rest of their gear.
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A pair of north state lawmakers assured their constituents in Shasta and Siskiyou counties this week that they'll still have their undivided attention through at least 2012, even though newly approved political boundaries may soon have them campaigning further south.
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California's campaign to curb its greenhouse gas emissions could cost Redding Electric Utility ratepayers as soon as next year.
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AirCover Integrated Solutions, a startup that has developed technology for drone aircraft, will move to Redding to open a research and development office at the airport.
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A pair of north state lawmakers assured their constituents in Shasta and Siskiyou counties this week that they'll still have their undivided attention through at least 2012, even though newly approved political boundaries may soon have them campaigning further south.
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A 21-year-old Redding man was in Shasta County jail Wednesday in lieu of $50,000 bail after being arrested on suspicion of robbing a Eureka Way sandwich shop at gunpoint Tuesday night, police said.
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RED BLUFF — City councilors this week agreed to reshape the Parks and Recreation Department, a budget-cutting move that's left at least one on the panel shaking her head.
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A fire near Igo scorched 17 acres of brush and closed a roadway Wednesday but did not spread to area homes.
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Zack Perkins is a graduate of Mike Frank's Entrepreneur Boot Camp in Redding.
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In 1911: The Redding National Bank's proposition to pay the Bank of Shasta County $26,501 for its bank buildings in Redding and Kennett was accepted by the Superintendent of Banks. The deal had yet to be approved by the Superior Court of Shasta County. The sale of the buildings was a splendid one for the depositors, for
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AARP is looking for volunteer tax counselors.
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Firefighters battled a vegetation fire that grew to about 5 acres Wednesday afternoon in the 12000 block of Iron Mountain Road near Keswick Reservoir.
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With a U.S. flag flying outside his immaculate Grenada Drive home not far from the Redding Municipal Airport, 86-year-old John Thode of Redding has felt safe and secure living there these past 25 years.
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Whenever I pick fresh vegetables from the garden, bake my own bread or make some jam, I’m proud of my ability to live more simply. I wonder what life was like for California’s pioneers – no telephones, no computers, waking with the sun, life’s cycles tied to the seasons. Then I come to my senses [...]
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Medication creates side effects that can be good or bad. They can be a lifesaving friend or a life-threatening enemy. Medications may complement the use of other medications or interact with one another to create adverse reactions.
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Did you know adults can meet physical activity recommendations for better health by walking briskly for 30 minutes a day, at least five days a week?
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Shasta Blood Center is in need of and AB- and O- blood. BloodSource is in need of A- and O- blood.
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Joan Manning, Shasta Lake
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It's a fact of life that athletes get hurt when playing sports. But there are ways to help prevent injuries.
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Texas Gov. Rick Perry has bounded, literally, onto the Republican presidential stage, adding some much-needed flash and fire.
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Debbie Zachau, Castro Valley
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"We're dismayed at the injustice that nearly half of all Americans don't even pay any income tax."
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Summer vacation is coming to an end and it is time to start thinking about the new school year. Are you and your children ready for a healthier new school year?
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This outlook is issued every Wednesday to update the Sunday weekly forecast and provide a weather outlook for the next 10 days. Redding will spend most of this period caught between the large high pressure ridge that is over the central U.S. and a very weak, upper level, low pressure trough that is off the [...]
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Firefighters contained a vegetation fire to about 5 acres this afternoon on Iron Mountain Road near Keswick Reservoir.
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I'm sure this has been around the world three times before it arrived in my e-mail in-box, but it still raised a smile. Had a similar experience and epiphany in Eureka/Arcata a year ago with smartass plastic bag nazis at...
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50+ Enterprise High School/Charles Denny Scholarship Picnic
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50+Enterprise High School Picnic
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"Ride For Life" - "Saddle Up 4 HOPE". Enjoy a day filled with FUN, FOOD & FROLIC for all ages with proceeds benefiting The American Cancer Society. Activities include: Silent Auction, Petting Zoo, Buck-A-Ride, Ropin' Station, Raffles, prizes, Stick Horse games, Therapeutic Riding Demo, Drill Team Riding Exposition, LIV
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Memorize the Bible at Shasta Bible College with Prof. Tom Meyer.
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Why do people drive 65+ mph on Quartz Hill Road? Why do people pass on double yellows up there? That place is like a race track and the police need to do a radar sting!
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Beta Sigma Phi, Redding Area Council, celebrating "Beginning Day"
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Even though I write this blog and tell tales of my doings I must have a paper journal in which I confess my sad and silliest thoughts. I had halfway convinced myself to cough up the dough for a fancy store-bought leather bound  journal from Barnes and Noble but my rebellious, DIY-or-bust spirit kicked in and [...]
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A Day at Hoy Park features live music, fine arts & crafts vendors, children's activities, great food and more...
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The former CEO of a gold mine in French Gulch has been added to the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency’s fugitive list for failing to surrender to federal authorities seeking to arrest him for allegedly dumping pollutants in Shasta County.
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I've heard some restaurant owners lament that nearly every time a new restaurant opens in Redding they feel like they should just close down and go on vacation for a week or two since the new place sucks most of...
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CalFire, the California Department of Forestry, inmate crews, and volunteer fire departments worked together during the night to contain a fire in steep terrain near Igo. The fire started shortly after midnight in Clear Creek Canyon near the Vietnam Veteran's Memorial Bridge on Placer Road. The cause has yet to be determin
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A Jones Valley man arrested last month after stabbing a neighbor in a fight inside a neighborhood market pleaded no contest Tuesday to assault with a deadly weapon in exchange for a maximum four-year prison sentence.
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A Man from Los Angeles who was pulled over in Tehama County for a minor Fix-It Ticket Infraction was Jailed after a very large quantity of Marijuana was discovered. Shortly after 2:30 Wednesday morning, 23-year-old Alexis Dixon was driving a 2004 Toyota Camry on Highway 36 near Baker Road West of Red Bluff when a Sheriff
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A Redding Man was Arrested Tuesday Night after allegedly robbing a Sandwich Shop just over a Block away from his Home. Shortly after 10 O’clock Redding Police were called to “The Best Little Sandwich Shop”, located on Eureka Way across from Shasta Learning Center. An Employee reported that a Man with a
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Redding Police searched in vain for a Wanted Man in East Redding Tuesday Morning, and then returned a few hours later and caught him. The Neighborhood around Shasta View Drive was crowded with numerous Redding Police Cruisers and Unmarked Detectives Cars after Investigators spotted a Parolee with Outstanding Warrants as
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The Man killed in Anderson Saturday Night died from a Stab Wound to the Chest, and a Reward is being offered in hopes of catching the Killer. 31-year-old Sue Eian Saeturn reportedly was killed just before Midnight Saturday in a confrontation after leaving a Birthday Party at the Anderson City Hall Community Center. Saetu
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People who Live or Travel near the Shasta View and Old Alturas Intersection should prepare for Traffic Delays. The Intersection will be Closed for 10 Days starting Friday for Construction of a Traffic Round-A-Bout. Motorists driving to Mountain View Middle School, Simpson University or Redding School Of The Arts should u
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Local Law Enforcement Agencies will be launching an Anti-Drunk-Driving Campaign as Summer comes to an Unofficial close. Shasta County’s Multi-Agency “Avoid The Six” Task Force will make an extra effort to get Drunks off the Road starting this Friday, and continuing through Labor Day, the Fifth of Septem
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We highly recommend you consider staying at The Emerald Acres House, a very affordable vacation or short term rental in Redding CA. The Emerald Acres House is located on the NE part of Redding, close to Bethel Church, Shasta College, Simpson University and within a ten minute drive to city amenities. 
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Cristian Randall Cherrison attended Liberty Christian High School and Simpson College in Redding. Kip worked as a mentor and counselor for high-risk youth and excelled in the field of sales. He moved to Seattle, Washington, in 2001, where he owned his own ecological exterior home care business. He met his wife, Laura Rose P
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RED BLUFF – A Los Angeles man was arrested early this morning after Tehama County sheriff’s deputies pulled over his car for not having a front license plate and found 58 bags each containing about one pound of marijuana.
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This information is from the History and Business Directory of Shasta County, Ca for 1881. It says we had 25 post offices way back then and that nine were located in a Wells, Fargo & Co. office. The post offices...
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Mama, the Klamath River gray whale, was quietly laid to rest in a private ceremony on the banks of the Klamath River at the place where she died. A backhoe dug a pit on the riverbank and then hauled her...
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On Tuesday, 8/16/11, at 10:11 p.m., Redding Police officers responded to the Best Little Sandwich Shop at 2225 Eureka Way in Redding on a report of an armed robbery that just occurred. An employee reported that a black male adult wearing a red bandana robbed the business at gunpoint. Officers observed a vehicle with a [...]
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For us, much of this year has been filled with working for first time homebuyers who did the math. Low prices coupled with extremely low mortgage rates equals an unbeatable value. And it was better to buy than rent in 74% of the top 50 cities surveyed by Tr
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By chance, there are two foreclosure homes for sale on Meade for $65,000 at the moment. Two for $130K. Start collecting the whole street, just like in Monopoly. Here is a link to both these
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A 21-year-old Redding man is in Shasta County jail today in lieu of $50,000 bail after being arrested on suspicion of robbing at gunpoint a Eureka Way sandwich shop Tuesday night, police said.
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It’s going to be another hot day in Redding today with a high temperature near 99 degrees, forecasters with the National Weather Service in Sacramento say.
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Placer Road has reopened after a fire near Igo forced its closure between Mule Town and Cloverdale roads.
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When we look at the cost of our dogs, the first things that come to mind are the food, grooming, trips to the vet, and, of course, treats.  My dog, Bruin, usually gets more snacks from the store than I do and will only eat the most expensive food around.  In the year that I’ve [...]
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The Tehama County Department of Education has opened a permanent student art gallery at 1135 Lincoln Street, in Red Bluff. “The Gallery” features year round displays from local students. Di’z Art Students (Dianne Penner) will be holding a fall art showing in August. Artwork is available for viewing weekdays from 8 a
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Here's some information from the American River Music Festival, where Redding-based string band Muletown is playing Sept. 16-18 near beautiful Coloma. Muletown fans can save an additional $10 on tickets by putting in the code "armf2011" at the festival's website when they see the "enter discount code" box. Here's the scoop
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What can I do to avoid foodborne illnesses?  Here are the top five foodborne illnesses and what you can do to stop them.
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FORT JONES — Department of Fish and Game officials said Tuesday night they want to work with ranchers and farmers near the Scott and Shasta rivers by having them voluntarily cut back their irrigation water use to protect threatened coho salmon.
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Federal Energy Regulatory Commission scientists released a final environmental impact statement Tuesday that reaffirmed approval of a Pacific Gas & Electric Co. proposal to remove the Kilarc Reservoir.
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Maintaining the status quo could become the trend in Northern Section volleyball circles this year.
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Shasta County supervisors once again are suggesting a tax-sharing agreement with the cities of Redding, Shasta Lake and Anderson — this time as they plan for a shopping center between Redding and Anderson.
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Redding will keep its closed session where it's been the past 18 months or so — after the regular meeting, sometimes late at night.
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A snowball may not have much chance of surviving a July afternoon in Redding.
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An autopsy performed Tuesday shows that a 31-year-old Oakland man who was killed late Saturday across the street from Anderson City Hall died from a stab wound to the chest, a spokesman for the Anderson Police Department said.
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RED BLUFF —The Los Molinos Library is still open, and it's beginning to look like it will stay that way at least through the fiscal year.
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A vegetation fire in Douglas City forced Trinity County deputies to evacuate the local elementary school Tuesday afternoon.
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A rash of metal thefts, that have thieves swiping Fire Department connections outside several business buildings have Redding officials concerned.
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In 1911: The Evening Star Mine in Old Diggins, one of the leading gold producers in that old camp, was shut down for an indefinite period. The shutdown is due to the suspension of the Balaklala smelter at Coram, where the company found a ready market for its gold ore close at hand. The Evening Star Mine was sold a year prev
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Looking to shed an image it felt conjured up visions of smoke stacks and gritty labor, the Greater Redding Chamber of Commerce has changed the name of its annual Industrial Barbecue.
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Sun Oaks Aquatic Racing's Olivia Parham and Connor Doran competed in the Western Zone age group swimming championships in Clovis over the weekend.
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Redding senior celebrates birthday with friends, advice
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Sublime Cake Design celebrates opening
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A snow ball may not have much chance of surviving a July afternoon in Redding.
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Redding will keep its closed session where it's been the past 18 months or so -- after the regular meeting, sometimes late at night.
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Oakley Howell, Redding
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David L. Hereford, Redding
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It was supposed to be Nancy Pelosi who was mad right now.
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Donna McMahon, Anderson
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The Fishing Report — Aug. 19, 2011 Reports are compiled by Western Outdoor News. Call 800-290-2929. BEST BITES UPPER SACRAMENTO RIVER — Trophy rainbow trout in the 3- to 12-pound range are being planted every week in a five mile stretch of river through Dunsmuir. These can be taken with any legal sport fishing method. F
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An eight-acre vegetation fire in Douglas City prompted Trinity County deputies to evacuate a local elementary school.
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On Tuesday, August 16th, 2011, at approximately 8:38 a.m., Redding Police investigators observed wanted parolee Jeffrey Shane Wood, 40 years old, of Redding, walking northbound across Wilson Avenue near the Shasta View Drive intersection. Investigators attempted to detain Wood, who subsequently ran from them northbound thro
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Q. The United Nations created the state of Israel. Should it create a state for Palestinians? It was the League of Nations after World War I that gave Britain a mandate to have the land of Palestine as a refuge for the Jews. Britain betrayed the Jews for oil and gave about 75 percent of the land promised to Arab Muslims. In
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An autopsy performed today shows that a 31-year-old Oakland man who was murdered late Saturday across the street from Anderson City Hall died from a stab wound to the chest, a spokesman for the Anderson Police Department said.
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Someone at long last has had the courage to tell the plain, honest truth about race.
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The orgies of violent attacks against strangers on the streets — in both England and the United States — are not necessarily just passing episodes. They should be wake-up calls, warning of the continuing degeneration of Western society.
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Although much of the media have their antennae out to pick up anything that might be construed as racism against blacks, they resolutely ignore even the most blatant racism by blacks against others.
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Redding police arrested a 40-year-old wanted parolee who allegedly hid for two hours today after officers spotted him.
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This one sold for $435
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On Monday, August 15, 2011 at approximately 8:08 p.m., Redding Police Officers were dispatched to the Bechelli Lane Market, 3408 Bechelli Lane regarding a domestic violence incident. At approximately 8:19 p.m., officers arrived on scene and contacted the female victim. Officers learned at approximately 7:45 p.m. the female
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Angela Fitzgerald, the program Director for the Shasta county District Attorney's "Crime Victims Assistance Center" and one of The "Family Justice Center's" partners, acted with anything but the interest of the victim, family or justice when she was asked to provide a simple document by Lani Kitkowski a
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Tehama County sheriff’s deputies are investigating today the theft of copper wiring valued at about $1,000 from a Corning man.
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She died around 4:30 a.m. this morning in front of the Klamath River RV Park a short distance from the Hwy. 101 bridge. Not sure yet what she died from. She recently collided with a boat and evidently received an...
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YREKA – Two Fresno area residents remain in custody today in Siskiyou County jail in connection with an alleged assault in Dorris on Friday in which a pistol was reportedly pointed at another pair sitting in a car.
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11907 Livona Ln Redding CA 96003 prior to damage Here’s a bank owned property that was for sale which mysteriously burned. Of note, a few days ago, you could
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I received the following email from Ashala Tylor at 3:47 a.m.: "She is free and by the bridge." Hallelujah is my message. More later. I need to sleep. It's been a long night. The photo was taken by Ashala two...
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It will be sunny and hot today in Redding with a high temperature near 98 degrees, forecasters with the National Weather Service in Sacramento say. That hot weather will continue throughout the week with forecasters saying the high temperature in Redding should be near 98 degrees on Wednesday and about 99 degrees on Thursda
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Of necessity, sushi restaurants are usually quite small, little more than a mini-van’s worth of seats. It takes time to turn out sushi and it does not lend itself to sitting around like McWhoppers, so the number of diners allowed in has to be limited. And this is not a food that can be turned [...]
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Take a stroll back in time and relive the McCloud area’s unique heritage this weekend, starting Friday (Aug. 19). St. Joseph’s barbeque tri-tip dinner from 5-8 p.m. and an old fashioned melodrama “The Strange, Secret Saga of the Star-Crossed Stage Coach Station or Black Berta Goes the Wong Way” held at 7 p.m. begin
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The U.S. Forest Service has opened for public comment through the Federal Register a draft report that outlines its policies and procedures on Indian Sacred Sites. The 60-day comment window follows ongoing dialogue between the forest service and tribal representatives on sacred sites. The Forest Service will accept public c
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Siskiyou Arts Council Gallery, 418 N. Mt. Shasta Blvd., opens Linda Vivas's show, "Birth~Mirth~Morph~Earth," with a reception on Friday (Aug. 19), from 6 to 9 p.m. and a special presentation at 7:30. Gallery hours are Monday through Friday, 10 a.m. to 5 p.m., and Saturday, 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. Vivas' works emphasize the phenom
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A 25-year-old man was arrested Monday night on suspicion of domestic violence and related charges after he allegedly beat a woman, police said.
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The Redding City Council may meet in closed session mid-afternoon rather than late at night or the wee morning hours.
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Even before the Shasta Sunset Dinner Train closed nearly two years ago, talk that the business had been sold was circulating in McCloud.
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Drowned man was from Oakland
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The Redding City Council may meet in closed session mid-afternoon rather than late at night or the wee morning hours.
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The figurative ink was barely dry on new political maps released Monday when three sitting Republican lawmakers announced they would be running for office in new state Assembly and Senate districts that include Shasta, Tehama and Siskiyou counties.
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Shasta County has rejected the claim of a woman who was booked into the county jail earlier this year and demanded $100,000 after she had a miscarriage after a medical employee allegedly gave her the wrong medication.
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In 1911: Thirteen dwellings and the Methodist Church burned in Delamar. The fire was thought to have been caused by defective wiring. The total loss was hard to estimate because most the houses were vacant and of nominal value. The fire left Delamar practically barren of privately owned homes. The company's row of homes
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More than 50 people gathered in downtown Anderson on Monday night for a candlelight vigil to remember Sou Ian Saeturn, who was killed Saturday in a fight.
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UnBEElievable Deals, in the Cypress Square shopping center at 161 Locust Ave., opened Friday. The discount retail store is open 9 a.m. to 7 p.m. Monday through Saturday and 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. Sunday.
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An unoccupied 1,200- square-foot home east of Redding was destroyed in a fire early Monday.
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Mama just beached herself a short distance downstream from the bridge near the Klamath River RV Park. In fact, I was told she sort of floated down the river and ended up on the side of the river. She is...
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It took six boxes of coloring pencils and years of effort, but Gary Muir finally found his niche as a writer and illustrator of books about animals.
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When all the shower gifts were opened and the guests had gone home, I collapsed on a sofa with the guest of honor to eat one last cupcake and rub her feet.
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See who was where at what recent area event.
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Vernon Packer, Redding
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The GOP and Democratic leadership overlooked — snubbed, would be the more accurate term — the Gang of Six when it picked the Senate half of the 12-member "super committee" that is charged with coming up with a $1.5 trillion savings plan by Thanksgiving.
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For many years, it could have been standard to suggest that entering high school students look around their homerooms on the fall semester's first day and notice everyone present. Because they could expect that one out of three of those students would not graduate with them.
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Raymond John, Redding
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If you drove through the Interstate 5-Highway 89 interchange last week, you might have noticed traffic counters across the roadways and freeway ramps, and even some Caltrans personnel alongside the road, watching how traffic flows. Caltrans intends to use the information it gathers to design potential alternatives for the i
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Redding police this evening found a 25-year-old woman who they said had been missing since Sunday morning and was in danger because she’s developmentally delayed, dispatchers said.
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On Monday, August 15, 2011, at approximately 10:51 a.m., the Redding Police Department received a report of a missing person. The missing person is identified as Ester Diane Schilling, of Redding. Ms. Schilling went missing on Sunday, August 14, 2011, at approximately 10 a.m. from her residence in the south west Redding are
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The Red Bluff Little League All-Stars may have been denied a trip to the Little League World Series, but it wasn't enough to keep them from being what they are in the first place — kids.
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HUD has published a new map based website that shows all the local government owned homes for sale from Fannie Mae, Freddie Mac, and HUD. All in one place. It seems to have some bugs today, but it has great promise. We applaud the effort to make it easier for the buyer to locate government owned homes for sale. As always
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To all who are sick of the real problems being ignored, sick of the fact that abused women are told not to say anything about the abuse in court or risk losing their children and sick of organizations that profess to be concerned and action oriented on this subject; you must come out to this meeting and make sure they k
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A man who presumably drowned Saturday while swimming in Hirz Bay at Lake Shasta was identified today as Danny Savath, 25, of Oakland, the Shasta County Coroner’s Office announced today.
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Anderson Police say an Oakland Man was murdered next to City Hall just before Midnight Saturday. The exact cause of death for 31-year-old Sue Saeturn has not been determined. He was found at the Corner of Howard and Silver Streets by Officers responding to a Report of a Street Fight. Police searched a nearby House and qu
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A Corning Man is Jailed after an alleged Hit-And-Run with a Pedestrian early Sunday Morning. A little before 2AM, 20-year-old Bryan Alvares was apparently driving in a vacant Field East of Toomes Avenue when he got his Ford Ranger Pickup stuck. After Friends helped to free the Pickup, alvares reportedly took off at a hig
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A Team of Youngsters from Red Bluff has ended its run for the Little League World Series after being beaten by a Team from Orange County. The Ocean View Little League All-Stars from Huntington Beach advanced with a 2-1 Victory over Red Bluff in the West Region Tournament Championship Game Saturday In San Bernardino. Ocea
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The community once contained a 1,000 ft. mountain of pure white quartz (although some say it was shorter). People back then said the quartz was so bright you could see it shining through the pine trees as you approached the...
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A Bill has been introduced in the State Legislature to provide Funding for the State Veterans Home in Redding. The Bill, sponsored by North State Senator Doug LaMalfa and Assemblyman Jim Nielsen, would transfer 8-Point-1 Million Dollars to the Department of Veterans Affairs to be used to operate the Facility under constr
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An Earthquake struck off the Northern California Coast Sunday. The Magnitude 4-Point-Oh was detected by the U-S Geological Survey at 12:27 Sunday Afternoon, and was centered 62 miles West of Trinidad.
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There is a rumor going around that Mama's left pectoral fin was injured in the mishap with the boat. It is NOT true! I just talked to Professor Dawn Goley from Humboldt State University, one of many scientists who have...
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SACRAMENTO — California's voter-created citizens commission has certified the state's new legislative and congressional maps, scrambling the political landscape and setting off a wide-open campaign season next year.
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The setting of a trial date for Charles David Berlinghoff, who's accused of a series of sex crimes in connection with the one-month-long disappearance last year of his teenage niece, was postponed today in Shasta County Superior Court until Sept. 6.
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The hostage takers won.
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Gary Self, Redding
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As they have almost every Friday since March, following weekly prayers, Syrians poured out of their mosques and into the streets, calling for a litany of reforms in their repressive government.
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Jan Thielemann, Redding
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Jan Thielemann, Redding
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Next Race: Summit Super Series Bracket Racing Our points series continues with a special Evening Race Event. Saturday August 20 Gates open at 5pm, racing at 6 pm. STREET LEGAL RACE Saturday August 27 at 6 pm Back to School race – High Schoolers with proper cards pay no tech card fee to race.
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Here are the links to the channel 7 tv report on the 8/12 govabuse protest, the slide show and article on anewscafe.com and the write up on the KRCR news website.      [www.youtube.com]
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Firefighters were sent this morning to a fire that destroyed a 1,200-square-foot Livona Lane home east of Shasta College.
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Sunny skies and a high temperature near 93 degrees are in Redding’s weather forecast today, officials with the National Weather Service in Sacramento say. Tonight’s low will be around 63 degrees. Tuesday should be sunny and hot with a high temperature near 97 degrees, while the high for Wednesday and Thursday should be
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The Mad Hatter and the Red Queen have taken over the financial system in this country and maybe the world. Standard and Poor’s downgraded the financial rating of the United States from “AAA,” the highest rating, to “AA+,” the next step down. Suddenly the sky is falling. Everybody knows that S&P, as it is calle
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Tuesday: Yoga Meditation: Open class Tuesdays, 5:30 to 6:30 p.m. at the Bohemian Art Loft in Redding. $5. Saturday: Tai Chi for Health: Open class Saturdays, 1 to 2 p.m. at the Bohemian Art Loft. $5. Mumblefinger in concert: Low down bluesy funk trio. Friday (Aug. 19) at 7:30 p.m. at the Bohemian Art Loft. [...]
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Shasta County landowner Karen Freitas has worked with the staff of USDA’s Natural Resources Conservation Service (NRCS) since 2009, when she sought help recovering from a devastating wild fire that had burned much of her 160-acre tree farm the previous summer. Helping agricultural producers recover after a natural disaste
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Churn Creek Bottom Homeowners and Friends are currently making a last ditch stand to stop the massive shopping mall planned for I-5 at Knighton Road in south Redding. Organizer Becky Anderson said the group hopes to get the matter to the vote of the people by gathering 6,500 valid registered Shasta County voters' signatures
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An Oakland man was killed late Saturday across the street from Anderson City Hall, police said.
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1911: John Watson, a teamster employed by the Mountain Copper Company died after being struck by a lump of red hot slag. Watson had hauled slag to the bay all day. As his last load struck the water, it exploded and a piece weighing 150 pounds caught him over the heart. He died 20 minutes later on the bay shore.
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A 34-year-old Weed man died Thursday after he was thrown from his motorcycle when it hit a curb, officers said.
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The abrupt departure of its general manager won't have an immediate impact on KIXE's day-to-day activities.
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Rebekah Coon-Niemeir knows exactly where she will be at 7:30 a.m. today.
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The California Department of Alcohol and Drug Programs (ADP) is convening a series of stakeholder meetings throughout the state to receive input and recommendations on several critical initiatives: the state’s realignment proposal, and, the proposal to eliminate ADP and the transfer of remaining state functions to new dep
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It has happened! A collision between a boat of onlookers and Mama (see photo). The "accident" was seen by everyone on the bridge and it's not certain whether Mama was hurt. The boat quickly left, but to everyone's dismay, soon...
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Mark your calendar for August 27th. This is going to be fun. It all starts at 7:00 a.m. with a pancake breakfast to get you going. After breakfast there's a parade at 9:30 a.m., then a stagecoach robbery, an Annie...
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A 34-year-old Weed man died Thursday after he was thrown from his motorcycle when it hit a curb, officers said.
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Weather Discussion: Monday (the 15th) will be sunny with high temperatures of 91 to 94. Temperatures will warm Tuesday and Wednesday as the high pressure area that is over the central U.S. once again pushes back toward the west. High temperatures on these days will be the upper 90s to near 100. Thursday through the [...]
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Do you have strong faith, strong enough to persevere? Strong enough to persevere in spite of obstacles? Or is it a faith that easily gives up? Faith in what? Chance, Fate, God? The message today really has to do with: “What kind of faith do we possess, and in what kind of God.” Today’s Gospel
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When construction began on the Pit One Powerhouse at Fall River Mills in 1919, employee houses were built on the property soon after. This was one of many. The mystery photo house is the building at the left end. All...
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I was out and about last night for the Second Saturday ArtHop, even if I did get out a little late!  I was Disappointed that I did not get to have a Spot on the Hop with my show at the Bohemian Art Loft, but alas, it is the"Traveling Bohemians" after all!  They had an out of town performance so they could not be o
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An Oakland man was killed late last night near the intersection of Silver and Howard streets in Anderson, police said.
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Maybe they teach how to use spell-check instead. (Or maybe the teacher's British.) Photo of banner in Happy Valley....
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It should be another warm day in Redding, with sunny skies and a high temperature of 94 degrees. The low tonight is expected to drop down to 62 degrees. Monday is supposed to cool down a bit, with a high temperature of 90 degrees. But by Tuesday, expect temperatures to be back up to 94 degrees.
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Redding Toastmaster’s Club Toast at Noon (TAN) is hosting an outrageously funny Humorous Speech Contest on Wednesday, August 17 from 11:30 a.m. -12:30 p.m. The group meets at Cal Trans on Riverside Drive in Redding, CA. If you’ve never been to Toastmasters, this is a fun way to get started. Why Toastmasters? If you’re
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Remember being a kid on the first day of school? If you were anything like me, it was a bittersweet day, the end of summer nearly eclipsed by the excitement of a new year. You probably woke up before your alarm clock sounded. If you were lucky, your mom woke you with a kiss on [...]
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What: Shasta Youth Symphony Auditions (for Shasta's College's Community Concert Band audition, click here.) When: Wednesday, August 17, at 4 p.m. Where: Shasta College Room 633, 19475 Shasta College Dr, Redding, CA 96003 The Shasta Youth Symphony will be recruiting new players for the upcoming fall academic year. New string
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The Shasta College Community Concert Band invites all interested musicians to join this 100+ member ensemble for the new fall 2011 semester. The ensemble is open to all community members who read music and play a standard wind band instrument (woodwind, brass, or percussion) and does not require auditions. The Community Ban
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The true forces of civilization are often forgotten when we think about the Wild West.
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It's easy to understand their pain, but the family and friends of Kenneth Ray Wilson would do well to wait for actual evidence before calling his death a murder and accusing law enforcement officers of racism.
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I think, most of the time, people die the way they live. And I don't mean when you get hit by a truck... here one moment, gone the next. I'm talking about the way most of us die. When you know it's coming.
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Our nation has just been downgraded from our long-standing AAA+ credit rating to AA+ rating by Standard and Poor's, one of the big three ratings agencies. This was not expected by the GOP-stymied caucus debating our raising of the debt ceiling. I think that the root cause of this decision by Standard and Poor's is t
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Jackie Williams, Bella Vista
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Robert Grosch, Palo Cedro
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Joe Bahlke, Red Bluff
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Alfred Farber, Redding
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Loyce Kinzel, Redding
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If you're the parent or an educator of seventh- through 12th-graders, you've probably heard about the whooping cough — pertussis — booster shot. This vaccine, called Tdap, protects against a highly contagious and dangerous disease described by some as the "100-day cough." You may be asking yourse
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William Stegall, Redding
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Chico employees of Aero Union who were commuting to Sacramento were told Friday their jobs are gone and the air tanker business is being closed. They were told they could pick up their final checks on Monday, according to an employee's wife, who contacted the Enterprise-Record. Employees were told that the entire company wa
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Dear Straight Talk: Harry Potter was such a sensation for so many young people who grew up on the books and then the movies. I would love to hear what Harry Potter meant to them, and if they think it changed the way they think about the world.
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Renae Stramaglia and Joe Sells, both of Redding, are engaged to be married Sept. 24, 2011, at a private home in Redding. The bride-elect is the daughter of Elma Lee Weber of Lake Shastina and Vince Stramaglia of Shelter Cove. She graduated from Shasta High School in 1984. She works for State Fund Insurance as a bill revie
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These days the YMCA is feeling a lot like a Brazilian carnival show. The building is being rocked with the sounds of Latin music, dance moves and the giggles of boys and girls.
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Chanel Stallings and Heather McCoy, both of Redding, are engaged to be married Sept. 22, 2012, in Redding. Stallings' parents are Sandra and Eric Stallings of Tigard, Ore. McCoy's parent is Tina McCoy of Baltimore.
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Our friends up the street just left for an RV outing to someplace where hungry trout are lurking. It could be in Idaho or Montana, or points far beyond.
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Rudyard Kipling once said San Francisco has one disadvantage.
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Nadine Alison McClenaghan and Mohamed Allali, both of Newport News, Va., were married June 25, 2011, at Tierra Oaks Golf Course. A reception followed at Tierra Oaks. Michael Kiley officiated. The bride is the daughter of Alan and Nadine McClenaghan of Redding. She was born in Alameda, moving to Redding in 1993. She gradua
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Caitlin Pennington and Julian Ingalls, both of Vacaville, are engaged to be married Sept. 24, 2011, at St. Martins Catholic Church in Sunnyvale. The bride-elect is the daughter of Candy and Ed Pennington of Redding. She graduated from Anderson High School in 2007. She attended Shasta College and studied psychology and soc
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Shayna Carroll and Brian Williams, both of Redding, are engaged to be married Oct. 8, 2011, at the bride's parents' property in Montgomery Creek. The bride-elect is the daughter of Matthew and Theresa of Montgomery Creek. She is a a 2005 graduate of Foothill High School and earned her B.A. in English from National Universi
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Shauna Trusas of Redding and Doug Jones of Sebastopol were married June 4, 2011, at Jones Estate in Sebastopol. The ceremony was followed by a reception at Jones Estate. Col. John Rodgers officiated. The bride is the daughter of Tony and Elaine Trusas of Redding. She is a 1998 graduate of Shasta High School, 2001 graduate
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Laura Hendrich and Dwayne Phillips, both of Roseville, were married May 28, 2011, at Timber Cove Lodge in South Lake Tahoe. The ceremony was followed by a reception at Lakefront Weddings. Ron Orr officiated. The bride is the daughter of David and Kari Hendrich of Redding. She graduated from Foothill High School in 2004. S
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With bad economic and military news, a novel about a weapon of mass destruction on a gigantic scale might seem a bit of overload, but "Trader of Secrets" by Steve Martini is so well-written that there's only a slight sag in that "muddy middle" authors dread.
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Jessica Damron of Chico and Derek Hawley of Corning were married June 25, 2011, at T.J. Farms in Chico. The ceremony was followed by a barbecue at T.J. Farms. Dave Workman officiated. The bride is the daughter of Loretta and Jeff Damron of Chico. She graduated with a master's degree in social work from Chico State Univers
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Kendra Fowler and Michael Caton, both of Kennewick, Wash., are engaged to be married Oct. 1, 2011, at Alliance Church in Missoula, Mont. The bride-elect is the daughter of Barbara Fowler of Missoula, Mont.; and Bruce and Sara Fowler of Missoula, Mont. She is a previous resident of Anderson. She is a graduate of the Univer
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Wendy Bruce of Los Molinos and Joe Gallaty of Orland were married June 11, 2011, at Clough Ranch in Los Molinos. The ceremony was followed by a reception at the same location. The bride is the daughter of Gordon and Leslie Bruce of Los Molinos. She graduated from Chico with her MBA in May, and is employed by Cornerstone Ba
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Christina Huey and Travis Eliason, both of Vallejo, were married May 9, 2011, at the Shasta County Clerk's office in Redding. The ceremony was followed by a reception at the home of the bride's parents. Allison Denofrio officiated. The bride is the daughter of Robert and Nancy Huey of Redding. She graduated from Shasta Hi
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Update, Aug. 15: The man who presumably drowned while swimming in Lake Shasta's Hirz Bay has been named today as Danny Savath of Oakland, Shasta County Coroner-Investigator Teri Veazey said. Savath's cause of death is pending toxicology test results. ***** On Saturday, August 13, 2011, at 1422 hours (2:22 p.m.), the Shasta
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SAN BERNARDINO — The Red Bluff Little League All-Stars' dream was only three short outs away from reality.
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State of the City lunch set for Sept. 8 in Anderson
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Although rain and snow were bountiful this spring, state biologists are asking ranchers and farmers near the Scott and Shasta rivers to voluntarily cut back their irrigation water use to protect threatened coho salmon.
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During the past 14 years, student enrollment at Shasta County schools has been in a long, slow decline.
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ANDERSON — Next year's Sierra Cascade Logging Conference will be held at the Shasta District Fair grounds, the organization's board of directors have decided.
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It used to be that when people used the words "brand" and "Tehama County" in the same breath, cattle automatically came to mind.
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After undergoing an exercise similar to Tehama County's, Oxnard city councilors last month officially adopted a brand that labels the Southern California municipality "a destination that creatively celebrates international culture."
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Shasta County's Health and Human Services Agency wants to restructure its management to save money and make services more efficient.
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Five north state teens were honored last Sunday at AT&T Park during the S.F. Giants Community Fund's Education Day.
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Q: What traffic rules govern people riding Rascal-type scooters on the street and sidewalks? Are they considered pedestrians, bicycles or vehicles? During the past couple of days, I have seen a gentleman break several traffic rules on Bonnyview.
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T.G.I. Friday's is coming to downtown Redding. Well, that's the rumor that's been buzzing about for weeks.
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Local computer experts say small-business owners need to know how their company's data can be at risk and need to regularly safeguard against them and keep security systems up to date.
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I wasn't surprised to find license plates from Washington and Nevada mixed in with those for California in the parking lot next to the McCloud River's Lower Falls. The lush scenery and spectacular waterfalls of the McCloud River draw sightseers from all over Northern California and beyond. In the dog days of summer,
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Dear Babe: I have some Signal Oil 3.5-x-5.5 cards depicting players from the Los Angeles Angels and Hollywood Stars of the PCL. The cards were drawn by Al Demaree, pitcher for the N.Y. Giants (1912-1919). The cards include Reggie Otero and Don Osborn of the Angels and Jimmy Dykes (manager) and Tony Lupien of the Stars.̵
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In 1911: The Board of Supervisors appointed eight prominent citizens and boosters to represent Shasta County at the meeting in Davis called to discuss the location of the proposed state highway. Attending the meeting were to be Dudley Saeltzer and W.D. Egilbert of Redding, George R. Simmons of French Gulch, W.W. Sublet of O
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Q: I believe the regulations say you must carry an abalone gauge and a fishing license when diving for abalone. Does that mean both need to be on my person when diving or is having those items in my float tube sufficient?
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On Friday, August 12, 2011, at 7:34 p.m., just over a month after a previous armed robbery, the Redding Police Department received a report of an armed robbery at Northern Patients Group, a marijuana collective on Rhyolite Drive. Redding Police officers arrived at 7:39 p.m. They found the suspects had already fled the busin
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It's always a good time to think about home energy efficiency. These days, there are some innovative green options to consider with the more traditional choices.
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Keeping track of a busy schedule can be overwhelming, especially if you count on the reminder cards from your dentist and vet's office buried in the leaning tower of paperwork that constitutes your to-do list.
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The term "black swan" was an Old English phrase used to describe something presumed not to exist.
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1. Strengthen retirement savings
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A 50th anniversary party for Trinity Lake was held Saturday at Trinity Lake Resort and Cedar Stock Marina.
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What: Caldwell Youth Triathlon and Triathalon Prep Camp When: Triathalon is Saturday, Sept. 17, 7:30 a.m. Where: Redding Aquatic Center, 44 Quartz Hill,Redding, CA 96003 Cost: For prep-camp participants, $20. Otherwise, registration by Monday (Aug. 15), $25; by Sept. 13, $35; after and on race day, $45. Redding Recreation w
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Southern California beat the Red Bluff Little League All-Stars today by a score of 2-1 at the west region tournament in San Bernardino.
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So in a couple of hours people will start arriving for dinner. Tonight is the full moon (the Sturgeon Moon, the Green Corn Moon, or the Grain Moon, depending on your source). And it's also the peak of the Perseid Meteor shower. Of course we'll be eating outside so we can enjoy it. And it's hot here right now, but that will
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So co-owner Kathy Byerly told me this morning. They've hired about 55 folks to staff the place. You won't recognize the old Maverick's. Byerly and her husband have had nothing but good things to say about working w/ the city...
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Divers from the Shasta County Sheriff’s Office recovered the body of a 25-year-old man today who is presumed to have drowned in Lake Shasta.
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Yes, she's still there. Not much has changed. She swims around and around in the same place all day long while her admirers stand on the bridge and watch her in amazement. As far as I know, none of the...
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In front of the Shasta County Courthouse Friday, family members of slain Round Mountain man Kenneth Wilson protested his killing by Redding Police. They held picket signs alongside residents in a "Govabuse" protest, who were decrying Shasta County's justice system. Alan Ernesto Phillips is a proud son of Shasta County, a pr
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It's the house at Pit One Powerhouse at Fall River Mills built by PG&E. Nowadays it is a popular fishing lodge owned by Clearwater Lodge. The mystery photo house is at the far left of the buildings in the above...
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Here’s a terrific deal on a place to live with great privacy. It’s located in the Quail Ridge Ranches development, off a paved road. Behind the gate, and out of sight, up the long gravel driveway, is the 1995 model manufactu
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* Promoting our new 1950's Listing * There are certain Redding CA Neighborhoods that never lose their charm. Driving through the neighborhood is like driving down memory lane, think 1950's and 60's, a time when "hope" was breathed by every citizen in neighborhoods across America. Young servicemen
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This home was sold as a foreclosure for $225K in 2008. We haven’t seen many that were foreclosed and sold twice in this down cycle, but this one has. Will there
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I know I am about to loose some "Friends" overall with this next statement, I am sorry if you are Offended, Outraged or Otherwise Affected by this "Coming Out"...I am a Medical Marijuana Patient! YES, I am OUT of that Closet! I have a Debilitating, YES, Debilitating Condition, Arachnoiditis w/ Myoclonic Dystonia, a l
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On Saturday morning at 1:04 a.m. Redding police officers were called to investigate a drug transaction taking place at “Johnny’s” bar located at 1729 California Street. Bar security officers were conducting a security and safety check of the bar. Security officers observed two males concealing themselves in a restroom
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Also known as the Dardanelles. Lord Byron did this 101 years ago. A press release in my in-box this a.m.: US Author Joel Stratte-McClure is "SwimTrekking for Spondylitis" in Turkey (Van Nuys, CA - August 10, 2011) -- The Spondylitis...
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Redding police say they arrested a 24-year-old Anderson man early today who allegedly sold cocaine to another man at Johnny’s Cathouse.
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The Redding area can expect a high near 97 today, though next week should be relatively mild.
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KRCR reported on the govabuse protest against family court and the foster care system very nicely, we appreciate them finally giving this very real and urgent issue, a local voice.[www.youtube.com]This is not over by any means, join "CPPA" Shasta Cou
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The College of the Siskiyous (COS) announces a variety of short-term enrichment events and seminars as community education classes, set to begin this month. For more information or to register, visit either the Weed or Yreka Campuses or call (530) 938-5207. Students who wish to save on gas and time may also register online
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Gardening (and writing) in the heat of mid-August, it is sometimes difficult to pull my view up from the moment in order to plan for the future, but August is a good time to be planning and planting for the winter garden. It's a good time to have soil prepared and to direct seed beans, [...]
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If there’s one thing everyone in Siskiyou County can agree on, it’s that the Department of Fish and Game is convening a meeting at 7 p.m. on Tuesday, August 16, to talk about increasing water for coho salmon in the Scott and Shasta river watersheds. Other than the meeting time and location – the Fort [...]
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Left jobless after the ophthalmic manufacturer he worked for relocated from Redding, Wayne Cook decided to start his own business in the same field.
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Redding police Friday evening were looking for two armed men who robbed the Northern Patients Group medical marijuana collective on Rhyolite Drive.
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In 1911: Sisson's great host of army worms two weeks previously turned into butterflies. They were interfering with automobile travel along the banks of streams, where they were unusually dense. As the automobile breaks into them, such a swarm would spring into the air that the chauffeur could not see his direction unti
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SAN BERNARDINO — The Red Bluff Little League All-Stars have become the first local team since 1974 to reach the West Regional Tournament championship game here after beating Nevada 3-2 on Friday.
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A house in the Centerville area west of Redding was gutted by fire Friday.
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An international credit rating agency downgraded the Dunsmuir water utility's credit rating this week after the City Council delayed scheduled water rate increases.
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Redding may plow $600,000 into ice machines meant to flatten peak electricity demand during torrid summer afternoons.
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A Shasta County Superior Court judge on Friday rejected a defense motion that sought to dismiss a highly publicized case of a Redding man who's accused of involuntary manslaughter in the 2009 death of another Redding man inside a Bechelli Lane nightclub.
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Fishing, rafting, midnight kayaking, massage therapy, a hayride, dinner and craft projects were on the agenda Friday for 28 members of the Sisters on the Fly at their Trinity Trailer Trash Bash.
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Even as the building industry suffers mightily, some members of its ranks have banded together to make life better for a 13-year-old Redding boy.
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About 50 friends and relatives of a man who was shot by police last week in Redding gathered Friday in a protest outside the Shasta County courthouse.
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Two things always are prevalent from the fields at this time of the year.
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Candle & Gift Connection in the Shasta Center on Churn Creek Road in Redding has a new owner.
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Redding police tonight are looking for as many as four people who reportedly robbed the Northern Patients Group medical marijuana collective.
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When it comes to the wonders of mulch, gardeners like to lay it on thick. The protective layer of bark chips or other materials prevents weeds from popping up. It saves water by keeping the ground cooler and slowing evaporation. It adds organic matter to the soil. And it makes garden beds look tidy. Mulch is the pretty prot
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Shauna Trusas and Doug Jones
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Laura Hendrich and Dwayne Phillips
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Nadine Alison McClenaghan and Mohamed Allali
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Caitlin Pennington and Julian Ingalls
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London has perhaps the highest concentration of security surveillance cameras in the world — 12,000 in the subway alone and 7,000 government cameras above ground, and that's in addition to private closed-circuit TV cameras. The shorthand for those systems is CCTV, and they are not without controversy because of th
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Joann Mathis, Trinity Center
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Nancy Farr, Shasta Lake
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Early last week, in the wake of decisions by the Redding City Council and the Shasta County Board of Supervisors to, respectively, lease the Civic Auditorium to Bethel Church and green-light a huge new shopping center in Churn Creek Bottom, a comment was posted on my blog at Redding.com that defended the actions and essenti
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Question: I've never grown corn before. How can I tell when it's ready to harvest?
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Kenneth Jones, Redding
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Q: I was hoping you could help me. My daughter is moving into her dorm room, and we need ways to fit things into a small space. We can't hang things on the wall because they are cement so we can't go up with ways to organize. If you could help us that would be awesome!
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Shasta County sheriff's deputies and a California Highway Patrol helicopter responded to reported gun shots followed by yelling at a Shasta Lake home this afternoon.
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AbAbout 50 friends and family members of a man who was shot by police last week in Redding gathered today in a protest outside the Shasta County courthouse.
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The Red Bluff Little League All-Stars came out swinging this afternoon and defeated Silverado of Las Vegas, Nev., by a score of 3-2.
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A house in the Centerville area west of Redding was nearly destroyed in a fire today.
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I have now idea how these hicks were able to accomplish such a powerful explosion but I applaud them.
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I have now idea how these hicks were able to accomplish such a powerful explosion but I applaud them.
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Eight people were Arrested during a Multi-Agency raid on a Marijuana Growing Operation in Red Bluff Wednesday. The Paskenta Road Property reportedly had several 50-foot-long Greenhouses with 736 Marijuana Plants. Officials say each Plant had a potential of producing One-to-Five Pounds of processed Pot. Two Armed Guards w
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A large and sophisticated high-yield Marijuana growing operation has been dismantled by the Trinity County Sheriff’s Department. Last Friday, Officers in the Barker Valley Area of Hayfork allegedly found 22 large Greenhouses containing 2-Thousand-142 Marijuana Plants. Officials believe that at Harvest, the Plants w
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A Redding Man was reportedly Drunk and extremely obnoxious Downtown Thursday night, leading to his Arrest. 21-year-old Justin Barnes was reportedly yelling at People in front of Johnny’s Cathouse, antagonizing them and trying to provoke fights. Bar Security detained Barnes and called Redding Police. After Police ha
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A Redding Man is Charged with Armed Robbery after an incident Thursday afternoon at Sav-Mor Foods in the Westwood Village Shopping Center. 46-year-old Richard Wesley Broderson had allegedly pushed a full Shopping Cart out of the store without paying. When confronted, Broderson reportedly brandished a Filet Knife at them,
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P-G-and-E will host a Cooling Center in Cottonwood this Weekend as they shut off Electricity to about 500 Customers. About 460 Residential Customers in West Cottonwood and 40 in Anderson will be without Power from 8AM to 5PM Saturday and Sunday. The Cottonwood Community Center is being rented by P-G-&-E between the h
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A Patient at Shasta County Mental Health was seriously injured after jumping from the Roof of the Breslauer Way Facility. Thursday night at about 11:15, two Clients were in a verbal dispute when one of them climbed a Service Stairway leading to a second level Rooftop. Employees tried to catch him, but before they could i
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SACRAMENTO - The FBI is asking for the public’s help in trying to find a missing Sacramento toddler who was allegedly abducted by her father.
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Over the past week the Siskiyou County Sheriff's Office (SCSO) has received multiple reports of a fraudulent phone scam circulating in the local Siskiyou County area. Sergeant Behr Tharsing stated, "The way the scam works is that you will receive a phone message stating, 'This is your last chance to get your financial stimu
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On Friday morning at 1:53 a.m., a male adult arrived at Johnny's bar, located at 1729 California Street. The male was intoxicated and his behavior was disrupting the business and other patrons. Bar security did not allow him to enter the bar. The male subject became enraged and started yelling at other people on the [...]
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On Thursday August 11th, at 11:18 p.m. Shasta County Mental Health workers at 2640 Breslauer Lane reported two clients at the facility became involved in a verbal dispute. Both were there on a voluntary basis. One of the men became angry and he left the facility, stating he was going to kill himself. Police were [...]
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A Tehama County elementary school office was damaged this week when suspected vandals placed a water hose at the base of its door and turned on the faucet, Tehama County sheriff’s deputies reported today.
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Who was the first owner of this still well-maintained house? Welcome to the weekly History Mystery Photo Contest! If you're the first person to give the correct answer, you'll win a $10 gift certificate from River City Java and an...
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The Fabulous Fabric Shop is hosting its 2nd Annual Fashion Show in front of the shop on Sunday, August 14 at 4 p.m. The show will feature local fashion designers, both adult and child apparel, young designers from their sewing camps, and the latest fabrics and pattern designs on display. There will also be handmade [...]
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Painter/musician J. Norman Stewart (aka: John N. Stewart) spent 60 years in the Los Angeles area and played at Tony Danza's "My Place" restaurant, The Alley Cat Bistro, Alphonses (in Toluca Lake), and several venues in Newport Beach. His style is light, sometimes whimsical, and he prefers old standards, ...
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Free art is available for children ages 3 and up at the Siskiyou Arts Bus Summer Saturdays. 10 a.m. - 2 p.m., behind the Shasta Base Camp, 308 S. Mt. Shasta Blvd., across from Berryvale Grocery. Have fun with print making, painting, collage and more. Call (530) 859-2309. The Siskiyou Arts Bus Project is the arts and educat
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On Thursday August 11, 2011 at 4:53 p.m., Redding Police Officers were dispatched to Savmor Foods at 6536 Westside Road in the Westwood Shopping Center for a reported armed robbery. The suspect pushed a shopping cart full of items out of the store without paying for them, and when confronted by store employees, brandished a
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Like a Tale of Two Cities. Our region is seeing increased foreclosure activity, up from an already breathtaking rate. But meanwhile, nationwide, the REO fever seems to have subsided. What’s happening here?
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THE NATIONAL PROTEST IS UNDERWAY IN SHASTA COUNTY, CA.AT 1500 COURT ST., IN THE CITY OF REDDING, STAND CICTIZENS THAT WILL PROBABLY CHANGE FAMILY LAW AND THE "CPS" SYSTEM FOREVER, GOD WILLING.
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Titled “Twisted Burney Falls,” this large mural is seen on Pine Street in Redding at The Darkside and Tatooing. Painter Guy Hailey seems to have captured the living essence of the watery rock in moonlight beneath the wo
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How exactly does this happen? A bizarre accident involving a truck’s trailer that struck an overhead road sign and was left balancing at an almost 45-degree angle shut down a Texas freeway on Tuesday. All main lanes of I-45 North were closed overnight after the hydraulic lifter mysteriously raised the trailer as the t
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How exactly does this happen? A bizarre accident involving a truck’s trailer that struck an overhead road sign and was left balancing at an almost 45-degree angle shut down a Texas freeway on Tuesday. All main lanes of I-45 North were closed overnight after the hydraulic lifter mysteriously raised the trailer as the t
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This driver scored a 100 point air time bonus.
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This driver scored a 100 point air time bonus.
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A 21-year-old Redding man was arrested early this morning after he became enraged when he was denied entry into a downtown area bar, police said.
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A patient at Shasta County’s mental health clinic on Breslauer Way was hurt Thursday night after he jumped from the roof of the building following an argument with another patient, Redding police said.
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Sunny skies and temperatures in the 90s are in Redding’s 7-day weather forecast, officials with the National Weather Service in Sacramento say. Today’s high temperature should be around 96 degrees, while Saturday’s high should be about a degree cooler. Sunday should see a high temperature near 90 degrees, while Monday
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I can say that Bobby McMullin or Redding, Calif., is a friend of mine.Not an acquittance or a passing friend during many years of talking and writing about people. Bobby is one of the good guys.He's blind. But he's got more guts and nuts than anyone I've ever met.Bobby, a two-time organ t
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kick him to the curb. Definition: 1. To quit seeing him, especially if it's a relationship or commitment involved. 2. To waive/fire him, especially in business matters. Ex: If you catch a man cheating on you, kick him to the curb right then. Today, we're gonna kick that bad boyfriend to the curb. Friends, we [...]
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Business leaders and officials in the city of Dunsmuir say they have no choice but to spend at least the next two years urging people to stay away from a waterfall that draws tourists — and the dollars they spend — to town.
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Construction workers are putting the finishing touches on the new, $25 million Redding School of the Arts and expect the building to be ready for the first day of school Sept. 6.
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A sewer fee charge five times higher than expected won't stop plans to expand the Veterans Affairs Outpatient Clinic into a high-profile Cypress Avenue building.
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KIXE General Manager Philip Smith has left the Redding public television station after just over a year on the job.
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In an effort to try to keep sooty air out of residents' lungs, local air quality managers will now have a direct role in determining how a fire will be fought if it erupts on federal land in California.
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Shasta County planning commissioners approved a rezoning plan that would protect roughly 70 acres along the Sacramento River near a controversial proposed retail center from development.
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RED BLUFF — A 37-year-old Tehama County man has been sentenced to nearly five years in prison for having sexual relations with a 14-year-old girl.
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In 1911: The only sign of industry about Coram was the Balaklala sawmill. It was running full swing and teams were hauling lumber all the time. Some lumber was used in Coram, and most of it was shipped. The station at Coram had been boarded up and the place had degenerated to a station of the flag class. When Keswick shut d
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Eleven people have been arrested and nearly 2,900 marijuana plants discovered during separate pot raids in Trinity and Tehama counties, it was announced Thursday.
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SAN BERNARDINO — There's no question the Red Bluff Little League All-Stars are experiencing a unique opportunity this summer.
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At 6,791 yards from its farthest tees, the course at Golf Club Tierra Oaks is viewed by many players as both challenging and enjoyable.
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Most fall practices and training camps already have begun and because of that I thought I would propose a few story lines to keep an eye on for the next couple of months.
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The scorching summer sun can turn an automobile into a deadly oven-on-wheels for young ones, pets and adults alike. The California Highway Patrol (CHP) warns the public about the dangers of leaving children, loved ones or pets unattended inside a vehicle while parked in the hot, summer sun. “It takes mere minutes for the
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Old School Restaurant has opened in the historic Pine Street School building in downtown Redding.
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More than two dozen men and women are set to graduate from the California Department of Fish and Game (DFG) law enforcement academy on Friday, Aug. 12. The graduation ceremony in Butte County will mark the start of their careers as game wardens, tasked with preserving and protecting the natural resources and wildlife of Cal
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Marketfest
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Yes, Mama is still there. According to Ashala (see below) she was a little more active today and seemed to roll more and even went upriver a short distance beyond the Hwy. 101 bridge and then returned. The place where...
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Of all the endlessly repeated conventional wisdom in today's Washington, the most lazy, stupid and ubiquitous is that our politics is broken. On the contrary. Our political system is working well (I make no such claims for our economy), indeed, precisely as designed — profound changes in popular will translated in
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Gary Rossman, Redding
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Rebecca Anderson, Redding
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American self-esteem has taken a beating lately so we could use some good news, and now we have some even though it arrived from 36 million miles, maybe more.
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Lenny Warmington, Redding
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Jasi Sylvester, Redding
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Redding police said tonight they arrested a 46-year-old Redding man who pulled a knife this afternoon while trying to shoplift from Sav-Mor in Redding.
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Assistant City Manager Barry Tippin will serve as Interim Director of Redding Electric Utility (REU), replacing Director Paul Hauser, whose last day is August 31, City Manager Kurt Starman announced today. Tippin, who also is the City’s Personnel Director, will oversee REU operations while the City recruits for a permanen
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Listen to historical music, explore the night sky and celebrate Trinity Lake this weekend.
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When the Gold Rush spread into what is now Shasta County in 1849, the entire area was inhabited by many Indian people. The rush of the thousands of miners brought immediate and complete turmoil to the Indians' way of life.
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Yesterday we learned that Moss Lumber would be closing it’s doors for the last time. The current economic downturn has been extremely rough on all the trades, but none so much as building. The Redding store with its teepee burner out front
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We serious journalists would never write a story simply as an excuse to run a photograph. Except that’s what I’m doing right now, and here’s why. Just about anyone who has ever scaled Kanaka Peak on the seat of a mountain bike, in the saddle of a horse or on their own two feet feels [...]
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They are going to try and make us look like trouble makers, remember peaceful law abiding demonstration; use your heads and we will make a huge impact.Check out the comment below, left on Blind Bulldog Blog :08/07/11 NCJFCJ Has Issued a News Alert Regarding a Nationwide Protest Directed at Family Cour
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is the Lamb house located at 24123 Main Street in "downtown" Millville. It was built by the Ashers in 1894, purchased by the Lambs in 1955, and is still occupied by the Lamb family. Even the old barn that was...
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Affordable Homes in Redding CA ~ First Time Home Buyers take note... Being a first time home buyer in Redding Ca is very exciting; not only are you in a position to have your pick of homes given our high inventory but you also have the advantage of getting a much lower interest rate than if you would have purchase
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  Below are ten tips you should be aware of before buying a home: Before you start looking for your Redding CA home, get pre-qualified for a loan. Banks, credit unions and mortgage bankers make home loans; mortgage brokers process them. The lenders will take an application, process the loan docu
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RED BLUFF – Eight people were arrested near here Wednesday after a search warrant served at a Paskenta Road residence resulted in the discovery of 736 marijuana plants growing in a number of greenhouses, it was reported today.
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Firefighters have contained an estimated quarter-acre vegetation fire near Shasta Way and Moon Shadow Court in Shasta Lake.
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Air ducts should be cleaned periodically sometimes.In theory, a duct with a great air filter and no leaks in the ducting is going to get very little in the way of contaminants. However the real world bucks the theory. When do your ducts need cleaning? 1. When you look in them and see a
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RED BLUFF – A 37-year-old Tehama County man has been sentenced to nearly five years in prison for having sexual relations with a 14-year-old girl.
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Speaking with Charlie Moss as he shared his thoughts about Moss Lumber & Hardware's closure, I was struck by how much emphasis the former owner of the Redding landmark put on the arduous task of running a lumber yard.
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Three people were arrested late last week after members of the Trinity County Narcotics Task Force found more than 2,000 marijuana plants growing in 22 greenhouses near Hayfork, a spokesman for the Trinity County Sheriff’s Office said today.
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1. Marketfest 5 p.m. today at Library Park, 1552 Placer St., Redding. Features live music by Grady Champion; and information, craft, beer and food booths. Go to www.vivadowntownredding.org/about.html.
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The Redding driver arrested Sunday after his car allegedly struck and killed a Cottonwood woman picking roadside blackberries was released from Shasta County jail Wednesday morning.
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It's the glass-half-full version of this downgrade mess. Main St. reports that consumer credit card rates should be safe amid this debacle. "So call it a cloud with a silver lining. Yes, the stock market is taking a huge hit (Hey, the market is up about 275 points right now), but at least your credit card
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Read about it here. Excerpt. So Friday Night Karaoke it is. This tradition dates all the way back to 2008, when city-slicker refugees Michael Smith and John Pearson bought the 1885 hotel and hung a glittering disco ball next to...
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Artist Michelle Sparks has been interested in art most of her life. She took some art classes in high school, but didn’t seriously consider pursuing a career in art until her husband died in 2004. She moved to Redding in 2006 to attend Bethel Church, and her work will be featured in Saturday’s ArtHop.
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"The people are the personality of the restaurant," says Ardith Taylor, owner of AJ's Restaurant on South Market Street in Redding. She's talking about her longtime and beloved wait staff – Jane Seal, Ethel Shields and Ryan Wellock.
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It’s been a special year for Vicci Martinez, the Tacoma, Wash.-based powerhouse singer, so it only seems natural that the Mosquito Serenade concert series would create a special night to showcase her talents.
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• Thursday Evening Treat • Island Delight • Let’s Celebrate • More Music Ahead • Matson Vineyards Addition
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Shasta College is gearing up to hold its annual Welcome Day on Monday, August 15, from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. in the “Quad” area at the Shasta College main Redding campus. The purpose of this event is to provide new, returning, and prospective students, as well as the Northstate community, with information about Shasta [...]
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Families are invited to enter a new KIXE family contest entitled, “Creating Healthy Habits.” Participants may submit their entries, in either an essay style or in a DVD format, showing how their family creates healthy habits. These habits can involve health and nutrition, along with best parenting practices, such as rea
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On Thursday morning, August 11th, at 1:45 a.m., Officer Rusty Bishop observed two male adults pushing a motorcycle on Market Street near Trinity Street. When he stopped to investigate, both men fled, leaving the motorcycle abandoned. The two men were quickly located and detained. Neither of the men were the registered owner
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The words over at Three WordWednesday are drench, immune and radiate.MovementsWe pulled the mattress off the bed, the expensive one that was purchased in a previous life with a previous partner, and drug in into the backyard through French doors. The
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Here’s an opportunity for an ordinary person to become a real estate investor, at a time in the cycle when prices are low and interest rates are
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A Red Bluff man was arrested Wednesday night after he allegedly tried to evade police officers who were sent to a Wiltsey Road residence after receiving reports of a disturbance there involving a man with a gun, police said today.
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Two Red Bluff men were arrested late Wednesday night on suspicion of robbery and conspiracy after they allegedly robbed a gas station clerk at knifepoint, police said today.
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Two Shasta County men were arrested this morning after they were spotted pushing a motorcycle on Market Street that they allegedly stole from a nearby residence, Redding police said.
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Back in September 2010, This blog wrote about the (see entry "The train is coming Better get off the tracks or get smashed") momentum  building and things were going to happen to change the corruption in this family court and the foster care  system. There have been ups and downs and there will
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Another sunny and hot day is in store for the Redding area today, forecasters with the National Weather Service in Sacramento say. Today’s high temperature should be near 96 degrees. Friday’s forecast calls for sunny skies and a high temperature near 97 degrees, while the weekend forecast predicts sunny skies with a hig
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My husband Bruce scoffed "that's not camping" when I suggested we could gradually ease back into our pre-child camping habit by staying in one of Lassen Park's new Manzanita Lake cabins. He balked, but Bruce also jumps at any chance to escape Redding's heat for the cool quiet of Lassen Volcanic National Park. He quickly [..
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I don’t know what attracts me most to trailers. No, I don’t mean the sort that hog Redding’s prime riverfront property. I mean the small, cute, stylish travel variety that simultaneously fulfill my craving for a dose of retro style, my yearning to be on the open road and my romanticized longing to live in [...]
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So much is being said about shortfalls in our Social Security and Medicare programs. It is what is not being said which has brought our senior citizens to our knees. There are currently ongoing abuses to the system -- welfare, as well -- which nobody seems to want to address.
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John P. Schafer, Shasta Lake: Calling the kettle black: Now that one rating agency has lowered us to AA+, Congress questions rating agencie's competence to evaluate the country's fiscal policies.
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Foreclosure activity in Shasta County jumped 27 percent in July.
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Thanks to more than $200,000 in online donations, this fall a satellite array in eastern Shasta County will likely again turn its collective eye back to the heavens to search for extraterrestrial life.
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Moss Lumber & Hardware Co., one of Northern California's oldest and largest family-owned wood products retailer, filed a Chapter 7 bankruptcy and closed suddenly Wednesday.
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A Shasta County judge has rejected a lawsuit blocking a Sierra Pacific Industries logging operation on 701 acres east of Shingletown.
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The Redding driver arrested Sunday after his car allegedly struck and killed a Cottonwood woman picking roadside blackberries was released from Shasta County jail Wednesday morning.
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Local protesters frustrated with politics in Washington, D.C., met Wednesday outside Congressman's Wally Herger's office in Redding.
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Fire Inspector Dean Herzberg talks with Robyn Masuen (left), Tyler Arnold and Katie Lindsey after a fire damaged their home Wednesday.
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The annual Heritage Days celebration in McCloud starts Aug. 19.
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Skeletal remains thought to be those of a 90-year-old Lewiston woman who went missing in May after she walked away from a residential care home were found Monday on the banks of the Trinity River near Rush Creek, Trinity County Sheriff Bruce Haney said Wednesday.
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A Shasta Lake man arrested in July following a 20-minute standoff with sheriff's deputies at his Main Street home has pleaded no contest to possessing an assault weapon and illegally shooting a firearm in connection with two separate criminal cases.
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SAN BERNARDINO — The Red Bluff Little League All-Stars couldn't wrap up pool play with a win and fell to Central East Maui, Hawaii, 10-4 in the West Regional tournament at Al Houghton stadium in San Bernardino on Wednesday.
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In 1911: W.L. Wright, fireman, and Frank Cooper, flagman, were injured at Balls Ferry when a Northern California Power company's traction engine was going upon the ferryboat. The engine was pulling a truck loaded with 22 tons of cement. The heavy traction engine had just got on the boat when a line holding the craft sli
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A free coaches clinic will be offered Friday in Red Bluff.
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To commemorate the 50th birthday of Trinity Lake, Forever Resorts and the Trinity Lake Revitalization Alliance will partner Saturday to present a day of activities for families.
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The new kitten had a visit with her vet this morning at 8 am. The vet I go to has two partners, Dr. Craig and Dr. Sanfilippo, and I like both of them. (This wasn't always the case. A couple of times my vet had people substituting for him that were better suited to cattle or horses than cats; I didn't like some of them at AL
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This outlook is issued every Wednesday to update the Sunday weekly forecast and provide a weather outlook for the next 10 days. Redding will be sunny with temperatures near 100 degrees Thursday and Friday (the 11th and 12th). However, the above normal temperatures won’t last very long. Saturday, the high pressure area mov
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Mama the 45 ft. whale is still there at the Hwy. 101 bridge across the Klamath River. She seems quite content and continues to swim around and around mostly on the west side of the bridge. The river is receding....
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Since the congressional super committee on cutting the deficit hasn't even held its first meeting yet it may be a little premature to call it a failure, but the prospects for success aren't good.
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There are risks to avoid for baby and mother by breastfeeding. For babies, human milk provides a boost to the immune system. Infants who are exclusively breastfed for at least four months are half as likely as formula-fed infants to have ear infections in the first year of life. Breastfeeding reduces the incidence or seve
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After much debate among doctors, the FDA, and the industry, new sunscreen labeling guidelines have finally been cemented into law.
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The surprising thing about Monday's market plunge is not the black-diamond angle of descent. It's that it took so long to arrive at the slope and begin the vertiginous dive.
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Shasta Blood Center is in need of A- and AB- blood. The center will host drives from noon to 6 p.m. Saturday and Sunday at Movies 14 in Redding. Donors receive a free movie ticket.
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Imagine having to deal with a physical problem that is embarrassing and robs you of your confidence to go out in public and visit with friends. You hesitate to bring it up during your annual physical, and it isn't even on the list of many questions asked by your doctor.
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June 12 was a day that changed Mark O'Sullivan's life.
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SAN BERNARDINO – The Red Bluff Little League All-Stars couldn’t wrap up pool play with a win and fell to Central East Maui, Hawaii, 10-4 in the West Regional tournament at Al Houghton stadium in San Bernardino on Wednesday.
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The skeletal remains thought to be of a 90-year-old Lewiston woman who went missing in May after she walked away from a residential care home were found Monday on the banks of the Trinity River near Rush Creek, Trinity County Sheriff Bruce Haney said today
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Firefighters contained a two-alarm structure fire this afternoon in a townhouse in north Redding.
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On August 9, 2011 at 9:39 p.m., officers responded to the Gold Street Liquor Store at 1459 Gold Street for an armed robbery. Officers arrived and contacted the female clerk. She advised an unknown male suspect entered the store. He displayed a handgun and demanded money. He then fled the store southbound on California Stree
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What: Siskiyou County Fair When: August 10 through 14 Where: Siskiyou County Fairgrounds, 1712 Fairlane Rd, Yreka, CA 96097 The Siskiyou County Fair began as an agricultural show in Fort Jones in 1859, moved to Yreka in 1867, became the 10th District Agricultural Association in 1926 and was renamed the Siskiyou Golden Fair
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What: Allison and Victor Performance When: Saturday, August 13, at 6 p.m. Where: RC's BBQ, 3256 Cascade Blvd, Shasta Lake, CA 96019 Allison Scull and Victor Martin will perform on the patio at RC's BBQ on Saturday, August 13th, 2011, 6 p.m. Victor will perform on saxophone, vocal, and percussion while Allison performs on gu
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A 21-year-old Red Bluff man has been sentenced to eight years in prison for violating probation stemming from drunken driving crash in 2009 that seriously injured a then 71-year-old Cottonwood man, Tehama County prosecutors announced today.
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The investigation continues into last week’s Officer-involved shooting in Redding. 41-year-old Kenny Wilson had been Wanted on ten Arrest Warrants, including for Armed Robbery. As Parole Agents, Narcotics Agents, Redding Police and C-H-P Officers arrived at a Veda Street location shortly after Noon on Thursday, Wil
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A Redding Liquor Store was robbed Tuesday night. Redding Police were called at 9:39 to a report of an Armed Robbery at Gold Street Liquors. The female Clerk told Officers that a black man wearing black pants, a black hoodie, and a red bandanna over his face had entered the Store, displayed a Handgun, and demanded Cash. A
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The City is on the hook for a 200-Thousand Dollar Fine ordered by the California Water Quality Control Board. The Penalty is for Effluent Discharge into the Sacramento River from the Clear Creek Wastewater Treatment Plant from December of 2009 through April of this year, and specifically for an incident that occurred in
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A Community Meeting will be hosted by the California Department of Fish and Game to discuss Coho Salmon in the Shasta and Scott Valleys. Officials will provide an update on the status of the embattled Fish, and some Landowners will be asked to temporarily reduce irrigation diversions in order to keep enough water in the
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A massive Fine is being levied for failure to clean up the contaminated former Shasta Paper Company Property in Anderson. When the Winnemucca Trading Company acquired the site through a Foreclosure Auction in 2004, the Central Valley Water Quality Board ordered them to submit a plan for cleanup of Petroleum Coke and othe
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A small Earthquake struck Alturas Tuesday. The Magnitude 3-point-4 Quake was detected by the U-S Geological Survey at 9:28 Tuesday morning. It was centered 3 miles northeast of Alturas in Modoc County.
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The Redding driver arrested Sunday after his car allegedly struck and killed a Cottonwood woman picking roadside blackberries was released from Shasta County jail this morning.
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Moss Lumber & Hardware Co., one of Northern California’s oldest and largest family-owned wood products retailer, will close today.
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Jefferson Public Radio and Redding's Cascade Theatre announce the addition of: Merle Haggard & Kris Kristofferson to the 2011-12 season lineup! Tickets to this event go on sale now to current 2011-12 Cascade Theatre members, with general public ticket sales starting at 11 a.m. on Tuesday, August 16th. Click Here to re
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This great old store was originally two separate buildings with a common wall. The first store was built in 1855 for $4000 and housed Henry Leo's Furnishings and Dry Goods. In 1856 Ordon Fuller and John Cushing purchased the wall...
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It seems counter intuitive to me, but although S&P downgraded the nation’s credit rating, mortgage rates didn’t go up. They continue to drop. This morning I got this note from Matt Haywood over at US Bank: These are the lowest rates I’ve seen in my 11 years as a mortgage loan offi
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I’d like to introduce you to some new features we hope will make Redding.com a more rewarding experience and recognize you for contributing to the quality of our online community.
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ONO - Emergency personnel were sent this morning to a reported traffic accident involving a logging truck and a motorcycle.
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We don’t often publish 2 FDotDs in 1 day, but shortly after publishing, we got a note from Ryan Haedrich that this bank owned housing development was going to auction tomorrow at a goo
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Emergency crews are responding to a rollover involving a big rig on Highway 44 just east of Viola this morning. The accident was first reported around 8:30 a.m. Injuries are not known, but there is a dispatch report that the truck’s driver was able to get out of the vehicle.
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Redding police are continuing its search today for a man who reportedly robbed a Gold Street liquor store Tuesday night at gunpoint.
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Redding residents should see sunny skies and a high temperature near 98 degrees today, forecasters with the National Weather Service in Sacramento say. Tonight’s low will be around 65 degrees. The weather forecast for Thursday calls for sunny skies and a high near 97, while Friday’s high temperature should be near 98 de
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Testosterone has been crowned the king of hormones, estrogen the queen, and DHEA the mother to them both. However, all humans have the same hormones present in varying amounts that determine our female or male characteristics. Hormones can determine what the brain is interested in doing. This is why when the sex hormones ar
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The California Department of Fish and Game (DFG) will be in Fort Jones on Tuesday (Aug. 16) to discuss coho salmon in the Shasta and Scott valleys. A community meeting will be held that day from 7 to 9 p.m. at the Fort Jones Community Center on 11960 East Street. DFG will provide an update on the status of coho salmon and r
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KIXE-TV in Redding has received a $10,000 grant from the Lucile Packard Foundation for Children’s Health for a project to promote healthy habits among children and families. Data indicate that about a quarter of children in the Redding area live below the federal poverty level. Literacy rates are low in some communities,
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Which is healthier, a hot dog or a hamburger?  There are pros and cons to both favorites.
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The first Northern Section football rankings won't be out for a couple of weeks, but here's an early look at the contenders in each of the four 11-man divisions and eight-man football.
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SAN BERNARDINO — The Red Bluff Little League All-Stars have another game in pool play today, but they can breathe a little easier knowing they have secured a spot in the west region semifinals to be played on Friday.
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Three Redding Swim Team members made the finals at the Western Zone Championships in Clovis last weekend.
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SAN BERNARDINO — It may have been down to the wire, but the Red Bluff Little League All-Stars pulled out a thrilling one-run victory to beat Washington, Utah, 2-1 at Al Houghton Field in San Bernardino on Tuesday.
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Shasta County Public Health is eliminating two of its immunization and sexually transmitted disease clinics to make up for shrinking state revenue.
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Oral health consultant and registered dental hygienist Jennifer Schmit helps Sara Phan, 3, with her new toothbrush Tuesday at the Family Justice Center in Redding.
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A Red Bluff man who was found banging on the door of the city's police department early Tuesday asking for help after he'd been stabbed won't tell officers how he was injured, police said.
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A fire destroyed an abandoned house on Pleasant Street in Shasta Lake causing an estimated $60,000 damage Tuesday morning.
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A Sacramento-area man arrested in April on suspicion of kidnapping two of his Igo-Ono-area tenants at gunpoint, claiming they owed him rent money, was sentenced Tuesday in Shasta County Superior Court to time served in jail and placed on formal probation for three years.
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In 1911: Phil Cumiskey, who lost his newspaper plant in the Millville fire, planned to not resume publication of the Millville Tidings. The Tidings was one of the oldest papers in Shasta County and in the days when land notices were numerous, it was a great moneymaker.
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Lawyers for the Gateway Unified School District were in court Tuesday seeking sanctions against the lawyer for a woman who blew the whistle on alleged financial improprieties within the district.
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Close to 200 cats and kittens will be given away by Haven Humane Society on Thursday.
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The sex crime trial of Charles David Berlinghoff was stopped Tuesday only moments before jury selection was to begin in Shasta County Superior Court.
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Mary's Pizza Shack will open in downtown Redding Monday.
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Redding police tonight are responding to a report of an armed robbery at Gold Street Liquor.
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On 8/6/2011 at approximately 5:00 p.m. Siskiyou County Sheriff's Office deputies responded to a structure fire on Highway 96 in the Seiad Valley area.Upon arrival, deputies encountered a fully-engulfed structure fire. Firefighters from the Klamath National Forest, Fort Jones Fire Department, Montague Fire Department, Seiad
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The Round Mountain man shot and killed by Redding police officers on Thursday, Aug. 4, had fired at them during their pursuit of him on South Market Street, an ongoing Shasta County's Sheriff's Office investigation has confirmed so far. The Redding Police Department officers involved have not yet been named, but have been p
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On August 8, 2011 at 11:18 p.m., officers from Redding Police Department responded to 1100 block of Gold Street for a burglary alarm. The alarm company advised there were several areas of activation inside the residence. Officers arrived and located Nick Peternik, 27 years of Redding, inside the residence. Peternik was gath
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It may have been down to the wire, but the Red Bluff Little League All-Stars pulled out a thrilling one-run victory to beat Washington, Utah, 2-1 at Al Houghton Field in San Bernardino on Tuesday.
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The U.S. Congress is an institution steeped, for better or worse, mostly for the better, in tradition — the elaborate courtesy the members show each other on the floor, the daily printed and bound copies of the preceding day's proceedings in the Congressional Record, the inkwells still kept freshly filled on the s
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David A. Perreault, Redding
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Raymond F. Pittam, Redding
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Ted Russell, Shasta Lake
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In Don Marquis' classic satirical book, "Archy and Mehitabel," Mehitabel the alley cat asks plaintively, "What have I done to deserve all these kittens?"
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John P. Schafer, Shasta Lake
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Sharon Miller, Redding
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by Kate Morgenroth Three voices narrate a tale of passion, love, bitterness and murder. From the moment they meet, seemingly ill-matched Timothy and Nora embark on an intense relationship through which the ways their respective family dynamics have shaped them are re­vealed. A body on the day of the wed
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by Claire Cook After her half-sister makes off with her husband, talented make-up artist Bella puts on a new shade of lipstick and swears off men. In her post-breakup existence, she continues to help her large Irish family manage their chain of salons, and falls in love with a little dog. In the middle o
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by Helen Pike An engaging look at one of the Jersey Shore’s most famous resorts. This collection of stories, memorabilia and photos captures the bygone era of the Jersey Shore from its 1890s heyday to its decline in the 1980s, to more recent efforts to restore it to a viable destina­tion. Pike investi
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by Sally Goldenbaum Izzy and her knitting clutch wel­come newcomer fi ber artist, Willow, in this second installment of the Seaside Knitters series. Willow is instantly hailed by all, until a fellow artist is found dead, and Willow is the prime suspect. Convinced of her innocence, the knitters are on th
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by John Banville Upon the death of his wife, Max returns to the seaside town where he lived as a child. The memories of his experiences of that time, related to a local family, haunt him as he relives his first experiences of love and death. As he processes these intense events of the past, he is able t
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What: 2011-2012 Cascade Theatre Auditions When: Saturday, August 13 Where: The Cascade Theatre, 1733 Market St, Redding, CA 96001 Auditions are Saturday, August 13th, at The Cascade Theatre at the following times: Time Age Group 10 a.m. - 12 p.m. Youth (Ages 7-12) 12 p.m. - 2 p.m. Student (Ages 13-17) 2 p.m. - 6 [...]
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by Rosamund Lupton When her artist sister, Tess, is found dead, Beatrice doesn’t buy the sui­cide verdict. She moves into Tess’s London flat, befriends her friends, and gnaws her way toward the truth, revealing layer upon layer of truth. Taut and tingling, full of suspense and exploring the relation
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by Helen Scales Humans have been fascinated with sea horses since ancient times – this fasci­nation has fueled a craze to own them, a belief that they are a cure-all and an appreciation for this strange creature. Scales discusses the toll that humans have had on them, ending on a note of hope that per
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by Kyran Pittman A memoir filled with wonderment, perceptively traces Pittman’s im­probable path from a bohemian 70s childhood in Newfoundland to her current semi-domesticated life as a wife and a mother of three. Told with humor and raw honesty, Pittman ac­knowledges all the ways her journey could
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by Preeta Samarasan A look at the upper class Rajasekharan family in Malaysia: politically inclined Raju, his wife,Visanthi, who’s forgot­ten her lower-class upbringing; his elder daughter, Uma, who is excited to leave home for college; his son, Suresh and 6-year-old Aasha, who is desperately sad at t
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by Esmeralda Santiago Even as a young girl, Ana is attracted to the exotic isle of Puerto Rico. As a young bride, she sails to the island in 1844 to help run her in-laws’ plantation. There she battles heat, tragedy, hardship, disease and the cruelty of slavery, defying convention at every turn. A sensu
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by Lisa Miller Miller adeptly delves into a cross-religious exploration of the concept of Heaven. She goes beyond the wide strokes of larger religious divisions into the disparate beliefs among the communities within those divisions. She covers who gets to Heaven and why, bodily res­urrection vs. spirit
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by Ian Sansome A madcap dash to find a rusted out old bookmobile that gets stolen on its last journey. Librarian Israel Armstrong and his colleague head to London from Northern Ireland, with Israel looking forward to going “home” to real coffee, ethnic food and a bit of the cosmopolitan. While chasi
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by Monique Roffey After their 1956 wedding in England, Sabine and George Harwood move to Trinidad. Fifty years later they’re still there – George is happy with his life and loving his adopted country, while Sabine has never been able to adjust to the oppressive heat and culture of the island. When G
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Did you know that one in every nine seniors is at risk of hunger in the United States? Of those, 50 percent are above the poverty line so this is an issue that affects seniors from all levels of income. It may be affecting those you love, grandparents, parents, or even a spouse. What can be done to help this rising epidemic
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Bear Attack is from Redding California. We love skateboarding and we love film-making. By these powers combined we are Bear Attack! Zack Wiegand, Johnny Scribner, Chase Childs and Marshall Van Leuven are local Redding teens who are award-winning skateboarders.
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Enjoy a relaxing tour of our farm and taste our heirloom tomatoes and table grapes. A fun family event.
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Reports are compiled by Western Outdoor News. Call 800-290-2929. BEST BITES TRINITY RIVER, Douglas City — Fishing for spring run Chinook salmon continued to be very good, but flows are now down to summer levels of 450 cubic feet per second, and most of the spring run salmon have moved above Junction City. It’s been most
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While most college graduates spend the summer relaxing or vacationing with friends and family, Simpson University graduate Caleb Sanders found himself preparing to donate one of his kidneys to his older brother.
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All ages and skill levels welcome to test your skills against 6 Time World Arm Wrestling Champion Bill Collins
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A taste of California wine history is celebrated.
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What: Govabuse Nationwide Protest When: Friday, August 12, 2011 Where: Shasta County Superior Court, 1500 Court St, Redding, CA 96001 Organizers of the protest say “We the People” are no longer tolerating: Unjust Laws Taxpayer dollars (billions) used to separate and financially demolish families. "We the People” deman
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The Fabulous Fabric Shop is hosting its 2nd Annual Fashion Show out front of their shop on Sunday, August 14 at 4 p.m. The show will feature local fashion designers both adult and child apparel, Young Designers from their sewing camps and the latest fabrics and pattern designs on display. There will also be handmade craft
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Eleven drafting students from Enterprise High School placed at the California State Fair.
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The Red Bluff Little League All-Star team is eying a spot for a semifinal berth at the West Regional Tournament and with an early morning loss today from the Rio Rico Little League (Arizona state champion), their chances are looking even better.
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Lots of response for the protest on Friday so far this week, keep em coming, we need a loud voice to be heard and that volume will only come with numbers.cardhovey@govabuse.org or blindbulldog@rocketmail.com or
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It was first sighted by Capt. Luis Arguello in 1821 and christened St. Joseph Mountain. During the following years, it became known as Lassen's Butte, Mt. Lassen, Lawson's Peak (corruption of Lassen), Fire Mountain, San Jose Peak, Mt. San Jose,...
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Tuesday: Yoga Meditation: Open Class Tuesdays, 5:30 to 6:30 p.m. at the Bohemian Art Loft. $5. Wednesday: Spoken Word Night at the Loft: An evening for serious poets, writers, playwrights, storytellers, comedians, and actors of all genres. No censorship. Audience welcome. August 10th at 7 p.m. at the Bohemian Art Loft. Dona
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The Economic Development Corporation of Shasta County officially launched www.shastaedc.org, a new-and-improved website that will serve as a tool to help keep jobs in — and bring new jobs to — the Northern California region. “The new website is optimized to attract business owners and site selectors looking to move or
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A fire destroyed an abandoned house on Pleasant Street in Shasta Lake this morning causing an estimated $60,000 in damage.
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A Red Bluff man who was found banging on the door of the city's police department early this morning asking for help after he'd been stabbed won't tell officers how he was injured, police said.
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A Redding man was arrested on suspicion of burglary after Redding police officers found him inside a residence on Gold Street Monday night, police said.
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Daily high temperatures in Redding should hover at 97 degrees until Sunday, forecasters at the National Weather Service in Sacramento said. Tonight's low is expected to drop down to 64 degrees. On Sunday, forecasters expect the high temperature to be 94 degrees.
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She is still there. Today is her 46th day in the Klamath River. Today was a quiet and peaceful day for her. As usual though, she had lots of visitors watching from the top of the Hwy. 101 bridge. Mihael...
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Hey y'all -here is an interview I conducted with the new owner of the Igo Inn here in my little town... plus photos....
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Tanja Eisenhardt and Barry Marris are the new owners of the Igo Inn restaurant, which they plan to reopen on Wednesday. The building, built in 1886, sat vacant for two years after previous chef-owner Rich Buck of Lewiston died suddenly the week before the restaurant was set to open in 2009. Under the new ownership, [...]
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State water quality officials have fined the owners of the former Shasta Paper Co. mill $682,500 for failing to make progress on the clean up of the contaminated property.
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The Fabulous Fabric Shop in Redding is hosting its second annual Fashion Show in front of its shop in the Shasta Center on Churn Creek Road behind Cool Hand Luke's.
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State water quality officials have fined Redding $200,000 for a March chlorine spill from the Clear Creek sewage treatment plant into the Sacramento River.
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The sex crime trial of Charles David Berlinghoff, accused of disappearing from Redding with his teenage niece for a month late last year, is due to begin this morning in Shasta County Superior Court.
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Two north state accounting firms with nearly 120 years of combined experience are merging.
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The woman killed Sunday afternoon when she was struck by an alleged drunken driver while picking blackberries alongside a road south of Redding was identified Monday by the Shasta County coroner's office.
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Susan Ann Spencer (from right), with the Shasta County Department of Public Health Breastfeeding Support Center, and Sandra Chapman of Redding, watch Sandra’s son, Ezekiel, 2, as he tries to blow bubbles during a recent World Breastfeeding Week gathering Thursday at Caldwell Park hosted by the Shasta County W.I.C. program
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In 1911: The top story of Dunsmuir's Knights of Pythias Hall was burned off by a fire. The K. of P. hall was a large ramshackle barnlike, two-story frame structure standing half a dozen doors west of the Weed Hotel. Nearly every lodge in Dunsmuir lost all regalia and paraphernalia: Order of Eastern Star, Masons, Knights
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Nora Lake, a popular fishing pond and picnic area southeast of Shingletown, will close for recreational use from Aug. 29 into late November while Pacific Gas & Electric crews install a new walkway for workers.
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The sex crime trial of Charles David Berlinghoff, accused of disappearing from Redding with his teenage niece for a month late last year, was postponed today in Shasta County Superior Court so he can try to hire a new attorney.
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Photographer Michael Kuker has been a Redding resident for over 30 years. Michael has been shooting digitally for nearly 10 years. His influences include Chester Mullen, Margaret Bourke-White, and Andreas Feininger. His outside interests include bicycling, local history, and old-time music. I’ve always been fascinated by
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Vintage Wine Bar & Restaurant, aNewsCafe.com and HawkMan Studios invite you to the ArtHop After-Party featuring live music by Jakob Martin Most comfortable with a harmonica in his pocket and a piano nearby, Los Angeles singer-songwriter Jakob Martin was hailed by former JVibe Magazine as “revolutionizing” acoustic m
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Most schools open the classroom doors next week, which means the little ones – who are growing bigger – need new clothes. Redding’s MLK Multicultural Center has a way for parents and grandparents to get those clothes for the very reasonable price of nothing. The MLK Center is conducting its first Clothing Freecycle ev
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What: Debt Crisis Protest Rally When: Wednesday, August 10, from noon to 12:45 p.m. Where: Rep. Wally Herger's Office, 280 Hemsted Dr., Redding, CA 96002 From the rally's organizers: Republicans held the economy hostage to protect tax cuts for the wealthy, and Democrats opened the back door to cuts for Social Security, Medi
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Scene! — Aug. 9, 2011
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August 8, 2011 – By Melissa Littles & Chelsea Spencer Who are we? We are police wives. We’re members of a sisterhood unlike any other. Every day, we send our husbands to work with a vest, a gun, and a badge. We stand firm together when we lose a member of our law enforcement family. We are the ever-present str
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Only 10 short miles west of Redding, Igo is a picturesque rural community often thought of as belonging to another world, and in a way it is.
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Finally, five months after Syria began to brutally suppress demonstrations by its own people, the Arab world is telling President Bashar Assad that enough is enough.
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Lance Boek, Redding
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Gracious Palmer, Shasta Lake
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Steve Woodrum, Redding
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There is a new spirit afoot in California. Call it "can't-do." It's the very reverse of the ethos that made California into America's largest state, the center of world technical innovation and social progress.
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Thomas Spear, Redding
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With the ongoing Wall Street "correction" having wiped out all stock market gains from 2011 and then some, I asked Kurt Starman if he'd gotten any indications from CalPERS about whether the city will need to increase its pension contributions,...
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EMAIL : blindbulldog@rocketmail.com or cardhovey@govabuse.org TO CONFIRM YOUR PARTICIPATION AND RECEIVE INSTRUCTION.
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SEIAD VALLEY - A Siskiyou County woman died Saturday in a fire at her Seiad Valley home, a spokeswoman for the Siskiyou County Sheriff's Office announced today.
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Crews were able to contain this afternoon a grass fire reported at Balls Ferry and Live Oak roads just east of Cottonwood to two acres.
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With the stock market "correction" under way, now's a good time to reintroduce you to "Clara," a charming 95-year-old cook who is using YouTube to teach people to make the simple and cheap foods she remembers from the Great...
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Voices of Faith — Aug. 13, 2011: Do you ever have doubts about your faith? How do you deal with them?
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The Shasta County Coroner’s Office has identified the Woman killed while walking on Riverland Drive Sunday. 52-year-old Susan Pai Allen of Cottonwood was struck Sunday afternoon shortly before Two O’clock by a Southbound P-T Cruiser. The Driver of the Chrysler, 31-year-old Charles Pratt of Redding, was Arrest
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An Autopsy is set for Tuesday on the man shot to death by Law Enforcement Officers Thursday. 41-year-old Kenny Wilson was pursued on foot from Veda Street onto South Market Street when he turned and allegedly fired a Shot at the Officers. Three Redding Police Officers and One C-H-P Officer returned fire, striking Wilson
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A Motorcyclist apparently crossed over the Center Line before running head-on into a Pickup Truck in Siskiyou County on Friday. 22-year-old Denton Gene Lopez of Dunsmuir was riding a Kawasaki Ninja Eastbound on Gazelle Callahan Road and crossed in front of a Pickup driven by 20-year-old Thomas McBride of Redding. McBride
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Protesters who plan to gather on Wednesday at Wally Herger’s Redding Office will be asking “Where are the Jobs?”. Shasta County Citizens For Democracy will hold a Demonstration in front of Herger’s Office at 280 Hemsted Drive starting at Noon on Wednesday. Protest Organizers say they want to hold
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The grasshopper nibbled away the biggest sunflower reserve bud and this morning I banished him from the garden. I cut the big head and set it by the tree where the squirrel gang vacuum up pounds of black sunflower seeds. I think the big sunflower can grow another flower. There is bud remaining. You can see [...]
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Several Roadside Fires were started Friday afternoon by sparks thrown by a Wheel Rim after a Tire blew on a Vehicle being towed by a Motor Home. Fire Crews were dispatched to Deschutes Road near Balls Ferry Road about 3 O’clock Friday afternoon on reports of several Spot Fires burning along both sides the roadway.
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Two people were arrested after leading Tehama County Sheriffs Deputies on a High Speed Chase near Gerber. Thursday night Deputies say the Cadillac failed to stop, blew several Stop Signs, and was driving on the wrong side of the road. The Cadillac stopped on Cody Drive and the Passenger, 47-year-old Edward McNamara, got
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The first lesson is: when you don’t reinvent institutions at a time of systemic failure, the problem doesn’t just magically disappear. The second lesson is: when you prop up the institutions causing the crisis, instead of reinventing them, the crisis will deepen. The third lesson is: w
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Dales Station is not located in Shasta County (it's in Tehama County) but it's a favorite little place of mine. I have great memories of long ago, one day especially that I will never forget. Dales is historic and was...
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Next race: Saturday Aug 13 Street Legal Run What U Brung!   Saturday @ 6PM ————————————————————————————————- &
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The Department of Fish and Game (DFG) is recalling approximately 1,000 duplicate deer tags inadvertently sent out to hunters who participated in this year’s Big Game Draw. Of the nearly 53,000 tags printed and issued by Active Networks on behalf of DFG, approximately two percent were inadvertently printed more than once a
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First ride star tours! The force is strong with this one.
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First ride star tours! The force is strong with this one.
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Never say never.Nearly a year ago, this reporter said he'd unlikely ever again show his face in a newsroom. That it would have to be the right situation, one free of Corporate Overlords that squeeze and squeeze and squeeze the help, then let them go in mass layoffs while they themselves take obscene bonuses. OK,
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What: Nancy Serr Memorial at Tehama County Museum Jubilee When: Saturday, September 10 Where: Tehema County Museum, 275 C St, Tehama, CA 96090 Artwork requested for Nancy Serr Memorial Saturday, September 10 The Tehama County Museum plans to honor the memory of Nancy Serr with a featured exhibit of her artwork at the 2011 T
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Here's Wes Hughes, the city editor when I first worked at the Record Searchlight back in 1970, remembering "the good old days" in the pages of the San Bernadino Sun, where he's a staff writer: My staff of reporters and...
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Sunny skies and a high temperature near 94 degrees are in Redding’s weather forecast for today with temperatures expected to raise throughout most of the week, officials with the National Weather Service in Sacramento say. Tonight’s low should be around 64 degrees. The forecast for Tuesday’s and Wednesday calls for su
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Sunny skies and a high temperature near 94 degrees are in Redding’s weather forecast for today with temperatures expected to raise throughout most of the work week, officials with the National Weather Service in Sacramento say. Tonight’s low should be around 64 degrees. The forecast for Tuesday and Wednesday calls for s
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As the new school year approaches, some may feel overwhelmed with gathering up school supplies, shopping for school clothes and perhaps wrapping up that final vacation of summer. Most of us have no desire to add one more thing to our to-do list. If you’re the parent of a 7th through 12th grader, you’ve probably [...]
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The Pioneer Bridge on SR 263 in Siskiyou County has re-opened. Near Yreka, the Pioneer Bridge had been closed since Monday, June 6, 2011. The closure was necessary to facilitate the partial removal and replacement and painting of the bridge. Motorists had been redirected to Interstate 5 to bypass the closed area, adding app
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What was the biggest lesson learned from your adolescence?Submitted By peaceful Yo! Ho! View 1103 Pirate Tales It
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Would California Republicans rather stick to their principles and find themselves an ever-dwindling political minority in a state whose demographics and mores are pushing against them? Or would they rather make new friends and win a few more elections?
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Gov. Jerry Brown's decision to nominate UC Berkeley law professor Goodwin Liu to the California Supreme Court is a highly partisan poke in the eye at Republicans, given that GOP congressional criticisms led Liu, in May, to withdraw his name from contention for a slot on the 9th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals. Liu might b
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Carl Arness, Redding
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Let's get our facts straight. First of all, your vehicle license fees (VLF) did not go up by $12.
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With regard to Bob Williams' column "Cutting government: Who benefits?":
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The Chico Outlaws and Yuma Scorpions began their stay in Redding on Tuesday with a small crowd and a pitching victory by local product Jason Stevenson.
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1911: Burk's Uncle Tom's Cabin Company had a $10,000 fire directly after the main performance in the big tent. The company's baggage car, together with all the parade paraphernalia and advertising material, was practically destroyed.
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A woman was struck and killed while she was walking down a road south of Redding on Sunday afternoon, officials said.
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To make up for dwindling state revenue, Shasta County's Public Health Department wants to pare down its immunization and sexually transmitted disease clinics.
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Waiting to hear whether Gov. Jerry Brown will temporarily halt clear-cutting on Battle Creek upstream of a $128 million fish restoration project, Marily Woodhouse continues to collect water samples.
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The Red Bluff Little League All-Stars shut down Silverado of Las Vegas 4-0 on Sunday afternoon for the Tehama team's first win in the West Regional tournament in San Bernardino.
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A 52-year-old Cottonwood woman was struck and killed while she was walking down a road south of Redding on Sunday afternoon, officials said.
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Weather Discussion: The week starts off with M.O.S. (more of the same) … sunny skies with high temperatures in the mid 90s. Thursday (the 11th), the high pressure area that has been baking the central U.S. will shift back a little to the west. This will heat our temperatures up a little and Friday, Saturday, [...]
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She is still there. "Mama", as the Yurok people call her, is swimming round and round at the Hwy. 101 bridge. Not too much has been happening today. The bridge traffic has been lighter than usual. As far as I...
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Gary saw a recipe on MSNBC for a blue cheese spread that you put on hamburgers. When he went back to it to check the details, he couldn't find it again, so he winged it. What he came up with was perfect.He took a wedge of blue cheese, about 4 ounces/ 113 grams, and crumbled it up with a fork. (Yes, you can buy p
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The Red Bluff Little League All-Stars defeated the Las Vegas All-Stars 4-0 this afternoon at the Western Regional tournament in San Bernardino.
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So last night Gary brought me this:{Original photo replaced with a much clearer one.]This kitten had been "living" (if you can call it that) on the property of a guy Gary knows... I'm trying to be polite here, but let's just say when you drive up to th
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A woman was killed as she was walking along Riverland Drive south of Redding this afternoon, the California Highway Patrol said.
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In 1887, Algernon Goodnough was a well-known piano and organ agent for the Smith American Piano and Organ Company of Boston. He sold his high-grade piano's and cottage organs and other musical instruments from his office and residence located on...
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Here is a powerful statement posted on the Wives Behind the Badge Facebook page: "If you ignore most of my other posts, please read this and let it sink in. Yesterday afternoon, San Diego Police Officer Jeremy Henwood was shot in the head with a shotgun whil
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E-mail received from a friend: Subject: timely bumpersicker Marc, I saw a bumper sticker yesterday that went something like this: "If we don't change our direction we'll end up where we are going." Seemed like it summed up our political...
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Click here to read an article from the August 7, 2011 edition of the Record Searchlight.Here are a couple of excerpts:"The department has lost 45 employees, or 25 percent, since 2007. That's the same level as 1995, wh
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Today's high should be 95 degrees in Redding, and skies will remain sunny. The low tonight is expected to dip down to a cool 61 degrees. Monday's and Tuesday's highs are also predicted to be 95 degrees. So far, the rest of the week is expected to be in the upper 90s.
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One the things I love about my house in the Garden Tract is its two huge Meyer lemon trees, which produce a nearly endless supply of gorgeous, juicy, thin-skinned lemons. (There were three trees, but the large oak tree shaded one poor tree so much that all the tree produced were thorns and shiny green leaves. Bub-bye [...
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Experience the quiet beauty of Whiskeytown National Recreation Area while hiking with a ranger under the full moon’s soft silvery light on Saturday, August 13 from 7:30 p.m. to 11:30 p.m. The program is limited to 20 people and arrangements can only be made by calling 242-3462 (Monday through Saturday from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m
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Now I understand what my mom was talking about.
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They can be prickly at times, but the citizen watchdogs who claim the city of Redding has violated the state's open-government law are doing fellow citizens a favor.
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Given the astronomical debt numbers flying around Capitol Hill these days, California's $28 billion budget shortfall may sound like peanuts in comparison, but not to those of us who live here. Thanks in part to high taxes and stifling regulation the state is in an economic free fall. Deep budget cuts are being dealt sta
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What a smart move by the City Council, voting not only with financial wisdom but also based on that ancient idea of making decisions on the basis of knowing people.
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I attended the Redding City Council's 3-hour, 45-minute special meeting on the Civic Auditorium Monday night. I didn't make any comments that evening, but I wanted to put my thoughts in a public forum about the meeting.
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The development of Churn Creek Bottom is the worst of ideas, and it won't create that many jobs. I live in eastern Shasta County and I think I should have a say in what is developed. Of course we have our big supervisor from District 3 living and working around Redding. But I hardly see him up around this area like the
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As District 5 supervisor, Les Baugh, representing the Churn Creek Bottom area residents, should have been a dissenting vote rather than succumbing to the unanimous decision.
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Apparently the debt deal is done and America will pay its bills. At least for now. Our 401(k)'s are battered, our creditors shaken and the countries that look to us for leadership are somewhat relieved. At least for now. Of course, this whole crisis could have been averted if only President Barack Obama had given in to
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I know of no one more spiritual than I am. I am very committed to my beliefs, but over the years through experiences I have learned to keep an open mind and to respect all beliefs. One of the things that I have learned is that most organized religions teach that material objects in this stage of our journey are of no worth
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The tenants moved but left their cats behind. As time passed, the cats multiplied, fed by wild rodents, squirrels, birds, rabbits, etc., not to mention the one or two homeowners who felt sorry for the "poor things" and put out food "so they wouldn't starve to death."
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Dawn breaks. Blustery winds cause the downpour to hammer the ground diagonally. Unpaved roads turn to slush. Moe Berrien hops into his blue truck. At 82, he travels 200 miles a day to open or close 400 gates, put up warning and directional signs and ensure existing signs are in place and have not been damaged. And, he does
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The Red Bluff Little League All-Stars lost 10-2 to the Ocean View All-Stars of Huntington Beach on Saturday night at the West Regional tournament in San Bernardino.
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I've been called a hoarder by folks I dearly love. But I forgive their brashness for they know not what they say. I do keep a few extra things here and there, but most of it is stuff I cherish, and the rest is stuff I need. Of course some items in question are cherished more than others, but I'm here to tell you tha
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Inspired by the love of a family dog, a Shasta Lake woman self-published a children's book, touching upon subjects such as friendship and loss and applying those lessons in life.Suzanne Artim-Young, a teacher with the Anderson Union High School District, wrote "Hayden and Hamish: Tails of Friendship," a story su
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Dear Straight Talk: My sister and I like to skinny dip in our pool on hot nights. When friends spend the night we invite them to join us since we're all girls. Our mom recently remarried and we invited our new stepsister to join us, which she did. We're 16 and 15 and she's 13. We share our room with her and undr
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Wedding : Andrea Haro and Travis Crowell
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Many cosmetics and hair-care products are filled with ingredients that just aren't healthy for us. The ingredients include petrochemicals and chemicals with long names that are often impossible to pronounce. Some of these chemicals have been linked to cancer and auto-immune diseases. Consumers have reason to be concerne
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The name stays but the show will be different.
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Established in July 2009, Pho Saigon is still the only Vietnamese restaurant in town.
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While I was sorting a week's worth of laundry and accumulated mail and fixing dinner, I listened to Diane Sawyer from the living room TV pose the question, "Who's the most stressed out person in America?" Without hesitation, I answered out loud "I am" as I headed to the couch to hear her response. Tu
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There seems to be an entire generation that has yet to experience the impact of hyper-inflation.
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Humans are quite trusting in nature. When we travel we really put ourselves in the hands of others. We trust that the majority of drivers on the road won't hit us. We trust the bus driver, train engineer, ship captain and pilot to get us to a destination safely. Oddly enough, we trust travel departures won't be dela
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Engagement : Marie Thompson and Robert Pieper
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All three of our children in recent years have declared they will never be married or have children.
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As the new school year looms, families everywhere are shopping for new computers, laptops and tablets. Yet just as no outfit is complete without the perfect shoes, there are some techno accessories that can not only simplify homework and term paper completion, but may save you from an agonizing night helping little Jane rec
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I have received many emails suggesting that I expand upon a few of the incidents that I encountered during my time with the California Highway Patrol.
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Normal nighttime temperatures in Redding are warmer than before, while afternoons in Red Bluff are a bit cooler.
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In 1911: Arthur Quinn was electrocuted in Fresno where he was employed by the San Joaquin Light and Power Co. as an electrical worker. Quinn was born and reared near Ono, being an adopted son of Mrs. Mary A. Quinn. He had worked in and near Redding for two or three years for the Northern California Power Co., the Shasta Pow
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YREKA — This year marks the 16th year that songbirds will be monitored on key riparian habitats of the mid-Klamath River.
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The city of Redding is looking for artwork to display inside City Hall and the Redding Municipal Library during 2012.
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FALL LEAGUE SIGN-UPS
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Space still available for moonlight hike
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Okay so this is not our everyday shoot, and it was a blast doing something different! This family is amazingly creative and we photograph them all the time. The mother made costumes years ago for different events that they attended and now the kids are old enough to fit in them. Here are 2 of the boys playing "The Madd Hatt
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Dear Babe: I have Topps portraits numbered 1-24 that were printed on thin paper and appear to have been folded in quarters. I've had these since the late 1960s when I was a kid. My posters include Mickey Mantle (No. 6), Bob Clemente (11), Willie Mays (12) and Harmon Killebrew (23) among others.— Jim Johnson, River
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New Kitty. Details later.
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The National Association for the Advancement of Colored People, local branch 1056, sponsors a fundraiser barbecue dinner, membership drive and community forum with guest speakers Shasta County Sheriff Tom Bosenko and California Highway Patrol, Captain J. Flavin on Tues. Aug. 9, 2011, from 5 to 8 p.m. Law enforcement and co
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A Day in California from Ryan Killackey on Vimeo. Awesome timelapse video shot in our lovely state, by Ryan and Sheri Killackey. From Vimeo. Thank you for sharing!
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She is still swimming at the Hwy. 101 bridge. Yesterday it was reported she was swimming slower than usual in the morning. By the afternoon she perked up. However, she seemed to get annoyed with the people who got into...
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A 22-year-old Dunsmuir man died Friday in a wreck outside of Gazelle in Siskiyou County, the California Highway Patrol said today.
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In the largest ever study of fuel treatment effectiveness, U.S. Forest Service researchers have found that intense thinning treatments that leave between 50 and 100 trees per acre are the most effective in reducing the probability of crown fires in the dry forests of the western United States. The study, the results of whic
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It no longer exists. It once stood behind the Tri Counties Bank on Main Street at the northwest corner of High and Brush Streets in Cottonwood. The lot where it stood is empty. It was built for $5,000 in 1889...
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They are still here, turning beigy-brown and having moved onto the bamboo sticks for cover. There are two. they have changed so much I do not recognize them from the pair – large and small — I first spotted in the garden. These grasshoppers seem to have limited themselves to the sunflowers. The face of [...]
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The Shasta Healthy Smiles Oral Health Program will be providing FREE dental screenings and fluoride varnish application services to young children up to age 5 at the Shasta Family Justice Center located at 1670 Market Street, Suite 300 in downtown Redding on Tuesday, August 9 from 10 am – 2 pm. The dental screening also q
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The Healthy Aging Summit (HAS) was organized to provide information and education to persons 55 years of age and older on various ways to stay healthy and active, as well as provide proactive chronic disease management resources. We are seeking organizations who wish to provide either a health screening or interactive booth
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The Redding area will continue to see highs in the 90s through next week.
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Dear Blindbulldog,The KQMS news-show with Mr. Robert Hovey today was a well-handled, truly journalistic opportunity for the public to learn more about the serious problems of our Family Law Industry.I believe that KQMS's Ray & Steve should be commended for going wher
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One of the first plants I remember knowing and loving as a child was a scented-leaf geranium. As little girls, my sisters and I were privileged to attend "fancy, grown-up" dinner parties at the home of a great aunt and uncle who lived outside of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Featured at such dinners were finger bowls in [...]
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Birth notices courtesy of Mercy Medical Center in Redding.
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Republican lawmakers tirelessly repeat that the cure for California budget's problems is to cut spending. But a funny thing happens when the Legislature does just that.
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At the moment, the numbers look bad for Barack Obama. The unemployment rate is stubbornly stuck above 9 percent. Our economy is creeping ahead at an anemic 1.3 percent annual rate — a Deutsche Bank economist recently dubbed it a "growth recession."
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Roy Hutchings, Oak Run Democrats wrecked Social Security Where was Richard Molinar ("50-Word Dash," July 30) when President Barack Obama took away his cost-of-living raise the last three years? Is he aware that the Democrats have robbed $500 billion from his Medicare fund? Social Security was co-opted by the liberal
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Last week a friend and I drove to Weaverville to visit the Joss House State Historic Park before it closes later this year.
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Once again, a huge haul of marijuana — as reported in the July 30 and 31 issues of the Record Searchlight.
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The Redding Colt .45s lost their first playoff game 4-3 in 10 innings to the Fontanetti's Athletics of San Jose on Friday in the Far West League Championship Tournament at the Arcata Ball Park.
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Anderson will not move forward at this time to annex 880 acres south of The Vineyards — property the landowners one day envision housing a Del Webb-like community.
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The man shot and killed by officers Thursday afternoon had an extensive violent criminal record, including a conviction for a racial assault that occurred at a downtown Redding home 20 years ago.
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The family and close friends of a man shot and killed Thursday after allegedly firing on Redding police were grappling Friday with Kenneth Ray Wilson's death and questioning the actions of the officers involved.
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A 3-acre fire on Friday afternoon burned grass, brush and eucalyptus trees off Deschutes Road outside Anderson.
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The Siskiyou Golden Fair begins next week, and fair officials are hoping the packed schedule and low prices will help attract attendees.
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ANDERSON — Chelsea Schepps was in the hearts, minds and prayers of some of her best friends Friday.
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Deputies from the Shasta County Marshal's Office say they arrested a 29-year-old Redding man Friday after finding he was carrying a gun as he entered the Shasta County Courthouse.
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The Mountain Gate Community Services District board Tuesday will discuss the district's response to the Shasta County grand jury report.
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In 1911: Dr. Bryant, William Coyne and William Jefferey made a survey of 480 acres near Igo and were jubilant about collecting gold there. "It will pay from the surface," said Dr. Bryant, describing how they could pan for gold nuggets. "How the ground came to be overlooked all these years I cannot understand,
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The Rotary Club of Redding received the "Best Club" award at the district conference last month in Corning.
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What: Three nights of music this weekend: Anatomy of Frank on Friday, Jesse Brewster on Saturday, and OK Sweetheart on Sunday When: 8 p.m. Friday and Saturday (Aug 5-6), 7 p.m. Sunday (Aug 7) Where: Vintage Wine Bar and Restaurant, 1790 Market St   The Anatomy of Frank, Friday, August 5, at 8 p.m. Hailing [...]
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Yesterday's 500-point drop in the Dow got everyone's attention and front-page blowout headlines everywhere, but did it mean much of anything? Joel Fox thinks so: Five weeks ago was before the stock market took a hard hit, losing over 500...
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Roy Hutchings: Democrats wrecked Social Security Roy Hutchings, Oak Run Democrats wrecked Social Security Where was Richard Molinar ("50-Word Dash," July 30) when President Barack Obama took away his cost-of-living raise the last three years? Is he aware that the Democrats have robbed $500 billion from his Medicare
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At the moment, the numbers look bad for Barack Obama. The unemployment rate is stubbornly stuck above 9 percent. Our economy is creeping ahead at an anemic 1.3 percent annual rate — a Deutsche Bank economist recently dubbed it a "growth recession."
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Republican lawmakers tirelessly repeat that the cure for California budget's problems is to cut spending. But a funny thing happens when the Legislature does just that.
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Sharon Roberts, Redding
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Sandy McNamara, Redding
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Mary Morin, Redding
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"Djimoulidine" is our winner! The Mystery Photo is of the Oak Knoll School in Cottonwood. The history of the school will be in tomorrow's blog. Thank you, everyone, for playing. And thank you, River City Java....
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Firefighters this afternoon went to a vegetation fire off Deschutes Road near Hawes Road in Anderson that was sparked by an RV towing a vehicle with a flat tire.
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Blossom-end rot affects tomatoes, zucchini and other garden crops. It results from a low level of calcium and improper irrigation. Soil shouldn’t be allowed to dry out or remain saturated. Some varieties are more affected than others. The problem is not caused by a pathogen, so there are no pesticide solutions. Source: UC
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A backyard peach tree needs protecting, pruning and other regular work. Here are a few tips from peach growers on how to grow peaches successfully.
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I notice that the top branches of my tomato plant look stripped. What's going on?
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Farm Dreams columnist Casey Schurig says making his garden smaller had made it more manageable. He shares his experience with his downsized garden and adds a few thoughts about what to expect this month in the garden.
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Ask Anna columnist Anna Moseley shares a strategy for cleaning the vacuum cleaner.
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The family and close friends of a man shot and killed Thursday after allegedly firing on Redding police were grappling today with Kenneth Ray Wilson’s death and questioning the actions of the officers involved.
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As I return to work after a month of vacation and disconnection from the world, I am abruptly thrust back into a reality that life isn’t as calm and peaceful as my vacation journey had been.
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Deputies from the Shasta County Marshal's Office say they arrested a 29-year-old Redding man today after finding a gun on him as he was entering the Shasta County Courthouse.
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The man shot and killed by officers Thursday afternoon had an extensive violent criminal record, including a racial assault conviction that occurred at a downtown Redding home 20 years ago.
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The Sept. 20 child endangerment trial of a Shasta Lake man whose 11-year-old daughter drowned in Clear Creek during a summer kayak accident last year was put off today until Nov. 1
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She is still there. However, there is a definite change in her behavior because she is swimming very slowly this morning. The photo of the man on the paddle board was taken yesterday by Ashala Tylor. The whale seemed to...
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At Monday night's meeting about the Knighton and Churn Creek Commons, Caltrans' Michelle Millette not only repeated the state highway department's oft-repeated complaint that it hadn't had an opportunity to adequately analyze the project's traffic models, but also -- and...
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A Redding man convicted in April of sexually molesting two girls was sentenced Thursday in Shasta County Superior Court to 15-years-to-life in prison for one of the crimes and an additional 16 years in prison for the other, a prosecutor said today.
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What was the name of this school? Welcome to the weekly History Mystery Photo Contest! If you're the first person to give the correct answer, you'll win a $10 gift certificate from River City Java and an award certificate...
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I shared a beer with with longtime local real estate developer Frank Nichols yesterday evening. Frank was instrumental in creating two extraordinary local developments, Shasta Forest Village, and the active adult community, The Vineyard in Redding.
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Two Mexican nationals were indicted Thursday on charges of illegally growing marijuana in Tehama County.
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I aspire to one day achieve this level in nerd greatness.
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I aspire to one day achieve this level in nerd greatness.
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I love pranks like this.
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I love pranks like this.
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I know some folks just love this stuff: stuff that appears in your email inbox like cute jokes, photos, urban legenda, etc. And some folks just love to forward that stuff to EVERYONE THEY KNOW.I am not one of those people. I call those things Stupid Emails Forwards. (Apparently other people call them the same th
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A typical rate on a 15-year fixed mortgage has fallen to its lowest level in memory, according to USA Today. The rate for 15 year option dropped to 3.54% this week from 3.66% last week.
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After a brief cool down Thursday, temperatures in Redding will feel more like summer today. The National Weather Service forecasts a high of 96 with a north wind between 4 and 7 miles per hour. Overnight lows should hover in the mid-60s. Saturday looks identical to Friday before the area basks in another slight cool down fo
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BLIND BULLDOG BLOG: "govabuse" Protest, subject on KQMS: "Robert Hovey (local advocate) , Alan Phillips (Public Affairs Officer: Northern California Latino Coalition, parenting counselor and family..."
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Alas, this is my last attempt at photographing burlesque in NYC. It was a great show, as three of the performers were first-timers. The energy was great.Here's a glimpse of the shoot (for the rest, follow this link to my Tumblr blog):
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By Josh F.W. Cook on August 5, 2011 10:27 AM Interesting how perspectives can change so quickly...In light of yesterday's officer involved shooting in Redding I think the Major Redding newspaper editorial from earlier this week suddenly becomes more real, more meaningful.Here are some gre
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The sun is shining, the jasmine and rosemary (save the plants that have of late been choked and dehydrated by the relentless Redding temperatures) is fragrant and endearing, and people be getting’ their fling on. Summer lovin’ is no new social enterprise, yet the summer fling means different things to different people.
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What: Benefit Gold Tournament When: Friday, Sept. 16, at 8 a.m. Where: River Tasalmi Golf & Country Club, 5369 Indianwood Dr, Redding, California 96001 Cost: $100 The Redding Rancheria is hosting the Shasta Family Justice Center's First Anniversary Benefit Golf Tournament on Sept. 16 at River Tasalmi Golf & Country
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Wednesday at around midnight, officers with the Ashland Police Department responded to the 100 Block of 5th St. to a report of a subject yelling and screaming in the area. While checking the alley behind that block two of the officers saw a man, partially clothed with his penis exposed, in the back yard of [...]
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If you listen to the liberal activist group MoveOn.org, the Democrats' "Progressive Caucus" and the protesters who descended on Rep. Wally Herger's offices this week, the debt-limit and budget-cutting deal that Congress and the president clinched this week is nothing less than an attack on the American dream
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Conventional wisdom holds that the congressional super-committee established by the debt-ceiling deal to propose further deficit reduction will go nowhere. I'm not so sure. There is a grand compromise to be had. It does, however, require precise sequencing. To succeed it must proceed in three stages:
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Let's have a contest to guess the actual jobs and county cash from the proposed Knighton Road shopping mall.
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The appropriateness of the project at Knighton Road and Interstate 5 has little to do with anything but the age-old concept of going where the money is.
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Come election time next year, the electorate will remember those Tea Party types who are willing to destroy our country, its economy, and the Republican Party for political advantage.
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Connie Knoke, Cottonwood
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Now that the debt ceiling debate is over, President Obama is "focused like a laser" on creating jobs. Finally!
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Your starry-eyed editorial on future jobs and taxes from the Knighton Road fiasco misses the main point.
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Three days ago, only 14 players who played in California's District 1 Little League knew what it was like to make the trip down to San Bernardino as Northern California State champions.
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The Chico Outlaws were swept by the Yuma Scorpions in a doubleheader, losing 6-1 and 3-0 at Tiger Field on Thursday.
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For Daniel Bayley, his adventurous endeavors couldn't turn out any better.
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CHICO, Calif. -- Tara Patterson and Chase Forcier are wanted for a residential burglary committed on 6/21/2011. They were seen leaving the scene of a burglary where jewelry and a laptop computer were taken. Police are releasing their photographs in the hopes that the public will assist in their apprehension. Both suspects h
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Despite a wet winter and spring, state fish biologists are again pulling stranded young coho salmon out of dwindling pools on creeks feeding into Siskiyou County's Scott River.
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Saying his case has become local lore and that he cannot get a fair trial here, the Shasta County public defender's office has filed a legal motion seeking to move Charles David Berlinghoff's upcoming sex-crime trial out of Shasta County.
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In 1911: Millville was in ashes. A fire destroyed 12 buildings, including every place of business in the old town except the Harris & Son store. The loss totaled more than $15,000. Little insurance was carried because the town had no fire protection. Both sides of Main Street were almost stripped bare. The principal b
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Redding police shot and killed a 41-year-old man they said fired a gun at them as they chased him across South Market Street early Thursday afternoon.
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A group of former Trinity County grand jurors has joined two Palo Cedro brothers and a Lakehead man in their long appellate fight to have their 1998 federal drug trafficking convictions overturned.
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A watchdog group is accusing Redding officials of violating state open-meeting laws.
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Deputies from the Shasta County Marshal's Office said they arrested two people Thursday after finding both were carrying drugs.
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Authorities this morning identified the 41-year-old man shot and killed by officers Thursday afternoon as Kenneth Ray Wilson.
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THE LOCATION
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Agency: Shasta Senior Nutrition Programs
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Rita Hosking will bring her country-folk music to Gray Pine Farm on Oak Run on Saturday as part of the Oak Song Society's summer music series.
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On her way down from Seattle, singer, songwriter and pianist Jill Cohn swings through Redding this weekend. Get a taste of the folksy, piano/pop rock sensation from 6:30-9:30 p.m. today at Vintner's Cellar (1700 California St.)
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Celebration, a new family center, will open in downtown Redding next month.
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I loves me some Bodega cats.Bodegas, for the uninformed, are basically convenience stores in NYC that sell everything from fresh oxtails to 40-ounce bottles of Olde English 800 to chips to cough syrup.It is up to the Bodega cat to keep the store free of rodents. This is the Bodega cat from my favorit
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Personally, I think people who drink raw milk are relying on a poor assessment of the risks involved --- though by all accounts it is simply delicious. But in any case, it's a business that consenting adults ought to be...
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As investigators collected evidence in today's fatal shooting, about 12 members of the Pit River Tribe held a protest vigil, gathering in lawn chairs and playing American Indian music where their family member was killed by police on South Market Street in Redding. Kenny Wilson, a Pit River member in his 40s, was shot after
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Sheriff-CoronerTom BosenkoCONTACT OFFICER: Sgt. Dave Kent CASE #: RPD 11-49168; SCSO 11-25125 CONTACT OFFICER PHONE NUMBER: (530) 515-5041 ALTERNATE (24 HR) PHONE NUMBER: (530) 245-6025 BY: Sgt. Dave Kent
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First to Guatemala Then a Family Road Trip
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Robert Hovey (local  advocate) , Alan Phillips (Public Affairs Officer: Northern California Latino Coalition, parenting counselor and family court victim) and Nancy Rolfe calling in from OHIO ( founder govabuse.org and national govabuse protest coordinator) will be on KQMS news talk 1400 AM and 99.3 FM tomorrow Friday
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She is still there in the same place at the Hwy. 101 Klamath River Bridge and appears to be feeling the same as yesterday. As time goes on, she is getting more and more attention from the national news networks....
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A man who fired at police who had come to arrest him was shot and killed on South Market Street early this afternoon.
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Neighbors, law enforcement officers and local politicians met in driveways and parks across Redding Tuesday night for National Night Out, a day of building neighborhood connections and taking a grassroots stand against crime. At the Martin Luther King Jr. Multicultural Center, Shasta County Supervisor Leonard Moty said the
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1. Paesano Days 2011 5:30 to 8:30 p.m. Friday, noon to 10 p.m. Saturday at Anderson River Park, 2800 Rupert Road, Anderson. Friday spaghetti dinner is $8 for adults, $4 children. Saturday events include a bocce ball tournament, vendors, craft and food booths, live music by the Lou White Band, dancing and drawing for b
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The outdoors can be a dangerous place. We’ve been reminded of that fact regularly by recent news stories, many of which have centered on the 14 fatalities in Yosemite National Park this year. Some of the ill-fated made obviously bad choices, such as climbing over a railing to wade in an icy stream just upriver [...]
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Artist Matthew O'Neil is a history nut with a fondness for animals. He plays a horrible guitar, mostly due to a lack of practice. He's a camping enthusiast with a biology degree that he has never, ever used. This month, Matthew reveals his artistic side. He's exhibiting a series of World War II-inspired graphite drawings th
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So many great places for picnics in the north state, so little time.
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There are those who prefer live music, good food, or a well-made cocktail, and plenty of people have found Tapas Downtown to be a place where you can get a little bit of everything. Oh, and it has a new late-night menu.
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First it was art in the park, and then it was art in the garden, and then there was a musicians’ swap meet. Now, it’s both with a “roulette jam” tossed in to make it even more interesting.
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Okay, Okay, so it was a SMALL crowd...but it was big for ME!!  I think I had about 25-30 people come through!!  YAYAY!  :)  I was very excited to see so many people come! I had plenty of new pie
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These resolutions are a complete opposite of the previous two resolutions which were a call to kill Indians. These resolutions pleaded for the killings to stop. They were drawn up and published in the Shasta Courier newspaper by Churntown residents...
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Police are investigating a car crash earlier this morning that damaged three trucks on a downtown Redding used vehicle lot.
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As usual, we like to get a quick peek at the previous month local homes sales early into a new month. Perhaps a bit too early to be very accurate, but call it preliminary data. Our direct experience was that local sales slowed a bit in July, and that trend is confirmed here.
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A hundred years ago, even a small town like Redding had several newspapers competing for attention. Over time, consolidation blended those choices into one local paper. Now, ubiquitous internet has opened up new possibilities, and lowered barriers of entry for multiple local news sources. Hence, we see former upstart
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I have no idea how they do this but it looks amazing.
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I have no idea how they do this but it looks amazing.
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The words over at Three Word Wednesday are appear, dose and pierce.IndividualityThe boy’s mother thinks the black eye shadow will directly lead to his becoming the most infamous school shooter in U.S. history.She fears her shame, m
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Poor little Lindsay Lohan has it so hard. I really hope things start looking up for her. Yes, I am being sarcastic I just can’t convey my tone with text.
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Poor little Lindsay Lohan has it so hard. I really hope things start looking up for her. Yes, I am being sarcastic I just can’t convey my tone with text.
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RS business reporter David Benda points out that Short Sales are not getting any easier to accomplish in his latest blog post. Why would an average pe
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Robbie Clearie, granddaughter of legendary Redding restaurateur "Doc" Clearie, is hoping to open her new restaurant, Clearie's, later this month. The bar will feature some memorabilia (see photos) from "Doc's" on Hilltop, with its memorable nighttime view of the "Miracle...
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One day after the north state baked under one its typical 100-degree summer days, temperatures are expected to drop by some 10 degrees. It will be unseasonably cool today with a high of 91 in Redding. The overnight low is expected to be around 63. Temperatures will jump to the mid-90s by Friday and stay there Saturday.
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Rita Hosking’s music has taken her throughout the Pacific Northwest, across the Atlantic to the United Kingdom and even to the Netherlands, but at the end of the day, it takes her home to Shasta County's Hatchet Mountain. The Davis-based singer-songwriter is literally returning to her north state home on Saturday, when sh
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What: Muletown String Band Performance When: Friday, August 5, at 6 p.m. Where: Clair Engle Park, 1525 Median Ave, Shasta Lake Cost: Free The Muletown String Band performs at 6 p.m. Friday at Clair Engle Park in Shasta Lake as part of the city's Friday in the Park series. This free event includes food and [...]
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The Siskiyou Arts Council, in partnership with the Dunsmuir Revitalization and Weed’s Main Street Pride, are asking for proposals for public art benches. The purpose of this project is to put art in public places and to add to the City’s revitalization. This competition is supported by a small grant to Siskiyou Arts Cou
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The Californians who will not be on the hook for the $150-per-structure rural fire fee that the Legislature passed in June outnumber those who will have to pay it by at least 10 to 1.
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Welcome to the new Washington normal: endless rounds of legislative carjacking.
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How stupid do politicians think we are? The way I understand it, the latest budget "deal" includes a $2.1 trillion increase in the debt limit right now and $917 billion in cuts over 10 years — along with supposed cuts later on.
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In July I heard that Gov. Jerry Brown was going to release a large number of felons. Now with the police cuts, how would we feel if nearly 50,000 convicted felons escaped from our state's 22 prisons and were allowed to endanger the public?
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My husband and I honestly had no idea that there would be so many overwhelming responses in support concerning the article about our one-man Ice Cream Cruiser. To all the smiles, waves, thumbs-up, honking as we drive to our events, phone calls, and walking up to us just to talk to us and telling us how you feel about the ar
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The Chico Outlaws split a doubleheader Wednesday with the Yuma Scorpions, winning 2-1 and then losing 4-2 at Tiger Field in Redding.
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In 1911: Proprietors Black & Wallen decided to close the Elk Saloon on the corner of California and Butte streets. The saloon had been a favorite bowling resort for some time, but interest in the sport waned and business was very light since the smelter and bank troubles.
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Secret Witness of Shasta County is offering a reward of up to $3,000 for information on Tuesday's stabbing and attempted robbery of a Redding taxicab driver.
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North Valley Bancorp's turnaround continues.
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Motorists, cyclists and pedestrians will have to find another way around the busy Shasta View/Old Alturas intersection later this month.
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Grown-up members of the Red Bluff Little League All-Star team that reached the Little League World Series championship game in 1974 give a send-off to the current all-stars Wednesday morning in Red Bluff. Scott Hatfield (center) of Chico shakes hands with Lane Pritchard (left) as former Little League players Don Howard of C
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Maurices, a national women's clothing chain, plans to open a store next month in the Mt. Shasta Mall in Redding.
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Some seven years after a student claimed a Dunsmuir High School principal harassed her and unfairly disciplined her, a federal court jury has rejected her claims.
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A dog may be man's best friend, but a Redding woman is testing that age-old adage.
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While construction employment increased annually in June in many U.S. communities, the industry in California continues to lag.
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Before gates went in about three years ago on Farquhar Road, the crossing of South Fork Cottonwood Creek was an open invitation for off-roading, dumping and partying, say landowners along the creek.
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Redding officials have already learned they can't use volunteer firefighters to make up for a critical shortage of paid professionals.
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What fictional television show would you want to live in? What character would you play? View 825 Answers Northern Exposure. I'd play just a random local curiosity.Actually, except for the weather, I live in a
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Leanne Milliken and her mother, Berdie Jacobson, are contemplating yoga for Berdie's osteoarthritis. Jacobson, 71, has been doing physical therapy, but finds it painful.
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Shasta Blood Center is in need of A- blood.
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Health tip: Women, Infants and Children (WIC)
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This outlook is issued every Wednesday to update the Sunday weekly forecast and provide a weather outlook for the next 10 days. Persistence is really becoming the best weather forecast, since the large scale weather pattern hasn’t changed much in the past couple of weeks and isn’t expected to change much for the next 7
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That's the question Assemblyman Jim Nielsen and two other Republicans ask in a letter to Attorney General Kamala Harris, asking whether the Legislature's financial maneuvers that led to a $2.1 billion cut in the state's schools budget was legal. OK,...
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Our whale has a name! Her name is Wanda, the wandering whale. Lots of people sent lots of names in. A big thank you to each and every one of you who did. I kept careful track of all, and...
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Secret Witness of Shasta County announced today an up to $3,000 reward for information on Tuesday’s stabbing and attempted robbery of a Redding taxi cab driver.
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Firefighters contained a vegetation blaze this afternoon near the Big Backbone Creek Inlet of Lake Shasta.
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How do we get a few more politicians like Chris Christie? His response to critics of his appointment of a Muslim judge in New Jersey is simply priceless....
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A pair of vehicle accidents in Siskiyou County this week sent two people to the hospital with major to moderate injuries.
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A thick column of smoke could briefly be seen Tuesday afternoon to the west of Redding. The Fire that produced it covered only about a Half-Acre, but it’s extremely steep terrain and very thick and hot-burning vegetation. The Fire started a little before One O’clock, and was located to the north of Highway 29
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A Fire in Siskiyou County is believed to have been sparked by a dry lightning storm on Sunday. It was discovered at around Six O’clock Monday night near Copco Lake. Although it was only about 12 Acres, it was burning in very heavy timber and brush, and Fire Crews had a lot of trouble accessing it. Full containment
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A Los Molinos man has been sentenced to Prison in a Domestic Violence Case. John Cabral was arrested by Tehama County Sheriff’s Deputies in March. Cabral had punched the Victim in the face, and threatened to cut her throat if she called Police. He has entered a Guilty Plea to a Charge of Assault with a Deadly Weapo
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A couple of dozen people gathered outside Representative Wally Herger’s Redding Office Tuesday to express their displeasure in the Budget-Cutting Deal hammered together by Congress. The Protestors believe the Bill includes deep cuts that hurt the Middle Class, while asking no sacrifices of the rich. Wally Herger wa
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The Sons of Italy will host their annual “Paesano Days” this weekend at Anderson River Park. The two day event kicks off Friday evening with a Spaghetti Dinner. The Italian Celebration features many Vendors and Craft Booths. A Bocce Ball Tournament kicks off Friday evening, with the finals held Saturday. A BB
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Bonnet
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A Fundraiser is being held this Saturday for former Anderson High School Cheerleader Chelsea Schepps as she recovers from a June 28th car accident. Her fellow Cheerleader Alumni will attempt to cheer continuously for 24 hours. The “Cheering For Chelsea” event will be held at Kaleidoscope Coffee at 2258 North
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On 07/25/2011, members of the Chico Police Department’s TARGET team conducted a Minor Decoy operation at 11 off-sale alcohol licensees in the Chico area. The Minor Decoy Operation involves minors who work under the direct supervision of officers. On 7/25/2011 a minor attempted to purchase alcohol from 11 retail licensees
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The shooting death of a person inside a Platina Road home near Igo this morning was determined to be a suicide, the Shasta County Coroner's Office reported this afternoon. Shasta County Sheriff's deputies were dispatched to the home just before 10 a.m.
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Talk to area real estate agents and brokers and some say that the short sale process is getting easier. But a survey released today by the California Association of Realtors, or CAR, suggests otherwise. For the record, a short sale is when the lender allows the underwater borrower to sell the property for
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So reports The Washington Post, noting controversy over a U.S. Air Force ethics course that critics -- including Damon Bosetti, son of Redding City Councilman Rick Bosetti -- argued was too steeped in Christianity....
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On Monday night in a 7 hour meeting the Shasta County Supervisors unanimously voted to approve the a controversial 92 acre shopping mall in the area of Churn Creek Bottom. While the county supervisors have said this project could potentially bring 1,647 jobs to our county I still can’t help but notice all the recently
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Rescue crews responded this morning to reports of an overturned logging truck on Big Bend Road north of Highway 299E in eastern Shasta County.
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This cat is one paw glove short of a Michael Jackson video.
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Fasten your seatbelt. Here's yet another coldhearted set of resolutions. If you are fainthearted, don't read this blog either. It is as unpleasant as yesterday's. These resolutions were drawn up at a Parkville town meeting held September 30, 1861. Volunteers...
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Here’s your daily dose of cuteness enjoy.
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With the Bethel-Convention Center deal this week, seems a good time to reprise this post -- Bill Johnson reading a very bullish "prophecy" about Redding back in '09. Visions of national corporate HQs moving here, employers excited by our "young...
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She is still in the Klamath River swimming lazily beside the Hwy. 101 bridge. She was again serenaded by Mihael Kayanaugh of Trinidad who paddled out to her in his canoe. This time, though, she actually swam under his canoe...
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This one looks interesting. Built in 1971, it has a 1248 sqft, 4 bay garage. It seem
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Temperatures will drop into the mid to low 90s over the next few days as the northern Sacramento Valley experiences a slight cooling trend. Expect a high temperature of 96 today in Redding, according to the National Weather Service. The overnight low will be 65. The mercury will drop even lower Thursday with a high of 93.
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I wish someone had saved the first self-portrait I crayoned in Miss Wright's kindergarten class at Pine Street School. I'd drawn a circle that contained eyes and a mouth. No nose. Two stick arms protruded from where ears might be, and a two stick legs dangled from where one's chin might be. Miss Wright tried to help me, bu
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Well, I could just say "Redding’s got talent" and there you have it, end of story. And not all of it comes by way of a tour bus. Like the amazing k. d. lang. Transcendent talent. I hope you were one of the fortunate 1,000 who saw her Friday night at the Cascade. Just incredible, yes? But I want to write about the talent t
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California Artists John N. Stewart and Jane M. Belden are having a 10-year art show reunion at The Highland Art Center in Weaverville, California for the month of August, with an opening Saturday. Jane and John have been creating art for a combined total of 100 years or more. John is a former Disney artist and worked for 2
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What: Art on the Block When: Saturday (Aug. 6), from 12-6 p.m. Where: 400 Block of North Mt. Shasta Blvd, Mt. Shasta, CA 96067 Art on the Block is scheduled for Saturday, August 6, 2011 from noon to 6 p.m., and will utilize the entire 400 block of North Mt. Shasta Blvd., near the Siskiyou [...]
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A celebration of all things Italian is slated at this year's Paesano Days Friday and Saturday at Anderson River Park.
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Critics of the new Knighton Road shopping center that the Shasta County supervisors approved late Monday night have repeatedly questioned why, in this economy, the region needs still more retail space.
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Many years ago, the Saturday Evening Post was one of the best-known magazines in America. But somehow I learned that the Saturday Evening Post was actually published on Wednesday morning. That was a little disconcerting at first. But it was one of the most valuable lessons, that words do not necessarily reflect reality.
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Is frozen yogurt healthy?  Yes. Using yogurt instead of cream typically means a significant reduction in fat and calories.
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Hat's off to Marc Beauchamp for his column Saturday regarding our "underwater" home mortgages. His reference to retired comic page critter Pogo and his famous quote from 1971, "We have met the enemy and he is us," is also spot on for our political arena. Pogo would say we elected leaders like us and refu
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This letter is in response to Marjy Cantrell's July 27 letter "Tea Party didn't create the debt." I don't want to argue about the Tea Party, or who created the national debt.
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The completion of the annual Lions all-star football game signals a time to look forward to the upcoming high school football season, and it looks like the Northern Section will have a strong group of running backs, linebackers and defensive backs in 2011.
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RED BLUFF — The Red Bluff 11-12 Little League All-Stars are going to the West Regional tournament in San Bernardino thanks to a unique blend of talent and resiliency.
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A crowd of about 350 people came out to witness pro baseball at Tiger Field in Redding on Tuesday evening for the first time in years.
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What: First Friday Art Night, featuring close of "Hot Daze and Cool Waters" show When: Friday (Aug. 5) Where: Montana Morrison Museum and Gallery, 625 Walnut St., Red Bluff The Montana Morrison Museum and Gallery showcases the 30-year career of noted artist Montana Morrison. The Gallery space at 625 Walnut is designated to
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A Redding taxi cabdriver was stabbed several times and beaten while picking up a customer early Tuesday.
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Frustrated by politics in Washington, D.C., about 25 people protested Tuesday outside U.S. Rep. Wally Herger's Redding office.
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Fire crews contained a lightning-sparked fire in a remote area of Siskiyou County on Tuesday night, about 26 hours after the blaze began.
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Opponents move to appeal county decision
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Dozens of neighborhoods throughout Redding held block parties Tuesday night in celebration of the city's 23rd National Night Out.
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In 1911: A. Newcomer and William Darling were mining the Milkmaid dump for gold and were doing well at it, too. They obtained a lease from the Western Exploration Co., owner of the mine. By sorting the rock carefully, they collected 400 tons of ore, which went for $5 a ton on average. The mill was running steadily on ore fr
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There will be a lot for the friends and admirers of Chelsea Schepps to cheer about Friday and Saturday.
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Nonunion workers will see 3% reduction
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Penney campaign helps Shasta YMCA
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Redding’s managers, department heads and other white collar workers will get a break on recently-approved budget-balancing pay cuts.
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That, roughly speaking, is the ratio by which Californians who will not owe the new $150 fire fee outnumber the state residents who will be on the hook for it. To me, that looks like anyone trying to repeal it...
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Emergency personnel are responding this afternoon to a reported vehicle rollover on northbound Interstate 5 near Cypress Avenue in which the sole occupant was ejected, dispatchers are saying.
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You gotta love this video it’s simple short to the point and funny. Check it out at www.mtshastatruckrepair.com http://www.mtshastatruckrepair.com http://maps.google.com/maps/place?hl=en&georestrict=input_srcid:c5fb9eac4151f941 Services Offered: Mobile Truck Repair, Trailer Repair, RV and Motor Home Repair, Weldin
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A short video worth watching on the Redding Peace Officers' Association web site here....
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Cardinal Antonio Canizares Llovera (Not just any old Cardinal.... "The Cardinal") the prefect of the Vatican's Congregation for Divine Worship and the Discipline of the Sacraments
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Reports are compiled by Western Outdoor News. Call 800-290-2929. BEST BITES TRINITY RIVER, Douglas City — Fishing for spring run Chinook salmon continued to be very good, but the bulk of the fish have moved above Junction City, and fishing pressure has increased. Still anglers were being rewarded with limits of jacks and
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If you are faint-hearted, don't read this blog. It is not pleasant. Shown below is an exact copy of the Millville Resolutions as written in 1864 by irate Millville area residents about one month after Mrs. Allen and Mrs. Jones...
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A Redding Mega-Church is one step closer to having control over the City’s Convention Center after Monday Nights vote by the Redding City Council. After Three Hours of Public input, the Council voted four to one to sign a non-binding Letter of Intent with Bethel Church. Patrick Jones cast the only “no”
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The Churn Creek Bottom Homeowners Association says they’ll launch an aggressive Petition Drive Tuesday after Monday night’s approval of a sprawling Retail Development at the corner of Churn Creek and Knighton Roads. The Board of Supervisors heard hours of testimony before voting unanimously to approve a Zonin
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A Trial has been delayed a week for a man charged with dozens of counts of Sex Crimes against a teenage girl who apparently ran away with him. Charles Berlinghoff’s Jury Trial had been scheduled to start Tuesday. It’s now set for next Tuesday.
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A Redding Cab driver was ambushed early Tuesday morning. Shortly after One A-M, 59-year-old Redding Yellow Cab driver Mario Rodriguez had gone to the area of Sheridan Drive and Court Street to pick up a Customer. He was jumped by two males, who stabbed him several times and beat him with an unknown weapon. He was treated
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A man was killed after being thrown from his Jeep in Tehama County Monday night. 30-year-old Rick Garibaldi was driving a 1988 Cherokee on Paynes Creek Road when he ran off the side of the road, overcorrected and rolled over. Garibaldi, who was not wearing his seatbelt, was ejected and struck his head on the pavement.
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A Suspect in a Willow Creek murder has finally been captured. 36-year-old Bruce Hunsucker was wanted in connection with the murder of 50-year-old Darrell Hanger Senior in Willow Creek in May. He had been pursued several times and escaped. Monday afternoon, the U-S Marshals Service assisted Humboldt Deputies, and located
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Crews battling a small vegetation fire west of Redding this afternoon have stopped the blaze from spreading, a California Forestry and Fire Protection spokesman said.
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Yes, "she" is still there swimming around in the same place under and around the Hwy. 101 bridge. People are watching her from atop the Hwy. 101 bridge day and night. In the few days since my last posting, a...
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Three Benedictine Pillars for the Lay Person Over the past 25 years I have met with thousands of people who have felt that their life was not fulfilling, empty in some way, or at least, felt
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Crews expect to contain a lightning-sparked fire in a remote area of Siskiyou County by tonight, and it's already about 80 percent contained.
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Scores of Redding and Shasta County residents showed up yesterday to give the city council and board of supervisors an earful on the Bethel Church-Convention Center deal and the Churn Creek Bottom shopping center. After hearing hours of sometimes impassioned...
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On August 2, 2011 at 1:17 a.m., Mario Rodriguez, 59, of Redding, called 911 and reported he was in the parking lot of Mercy Medical Center. Rodriguez said he was bleeding and needed help. Officers arrived and Rodriguez had already gone into the emergency room for treatment. It was determined Rodriguez had been stabbed sever
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The driver killed Monday evening in a fatal wreck in Tehama County was Rick Garibaldi of Paynes Creek, the California Highway Patrol reported this morning.
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Last night the Redding city council voted 4-1 to approve a lease with Bethel church for the Redding convention center. Bethel has said they will still continue to use the building as a venue when they aren’t using it during the week for their School of Supernatural Ministry. Do you think the City of Redding [...]
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Will you let them suffer in silence ? Or will you stand up for them and for what is right? Your chance is here, on August 12, 2011beginning at 8 am on the sidewalk in front of and around the court house, we will raise our adult voices in place of the children that have no voice. You have a chance to act, instead of com
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A Redding taxi cab driver was stabbed several times and beaten while picking up a customer earlier this morning. Mario Rodriguez, 59, told police he was in the area of Sheridan Street near Court Street to pick up a customer when he was jumped by two men, Sgt. Brian Barner said.
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It will be another day of sun with temperatures near 100 degrees in the northern Sacramento Valley. The National Weather Service forecasts a high of 97 in Redding today. Overnight lows are expected to dip down to the high 60s. Expect more of the same for Wednesday before a slight cool down later in the week. Temperatures in
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What makes this world-premiere production so gripping is the same kind of prurient interest that might make us, in spite of ourselves, pick up a Murdoch tabloid: it "hacks" its way into an "inside" view of a “true” story, an under-the-skin peek at the turmoil of very well-known people in the throes of very public – an
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The California Department of Transportation in District 2 has made available a video explaining the benefits of cable median barrier on its webpage at www.caltrans2.info. The video (see below for a shorter version) explains how the cable median barrier works, is installed, and repaired. High tension cable barrier was origin
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WEED – College of the Siskiyous (COS) provides transfer classes to four-year colleges, associate degrees, vocational certificate programs, job skills classes, and courses for personal enrichment and recreation. The College offers many services to students, including advising and counseling, two residential lodges, tutorin
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What: World Breastfeeding Week Celebration When: Thursday (Aug. 4), at 11 a.m. Where: Lake Redding Park Pavilion, 56 Quartz Hill Rd Shasta County moms, babies and breastfeeding supporters join with thousands across the state to celebrate World Breastfeeding Week, a global event to raise awareness about the many benefits of
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Pressed by Shasta County Supervisor Leonard Moty about which of the "over-riding considerations" ought to really carry the most weight in the supervisors' decision to approve the Knighton and Churn Creek Commons shopping center despite the various environmental impacts, Shasta...
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Some variation of it must be a line in a hundred different movies: There's never a police officer around when you really need one.
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There's a two-word description for the loud whining that has followed release of nearly finalized new political district lines by the state's rookie Citizens Redistricting Commission: sour grapes. Some people and interests didn't get what they wanted and expected, and now they're vocally unhappy. But reality
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I don't know about anyone else, but I am so sick of the way our government is running this country. I am sick of the financial mess, the bickering like a bunch of schoolkids, and their inability to relate to the average citizen. Their moral example is disgusting.
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Every businessman, no matter how big or small, knows that profits long term depend on increased revenue, not just decreased spending. The same knowledge applies to government.
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A heartfelt thank you to the witnesses who assisted in the location and arrest of a hit-and-run offender who hit a motorcyclist at Market and Grange streets in Redding on July 20.
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Charles David Berlinghoff's defense attorney said Monday he will file a motion to have his client's upcoming sex-crime trial moved to another county because of all the publicity the case has received.
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North state newcomers dreading their first summer in the infamously infernal northern Sacramento Valley cannot count last month as a proper initiation.
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Maurice Huff and other north state gold prospectors had been hopeful a ban on suction dredging would end later this year, but Gov. Jerry Brown signed a law likely extending the ban for another five years.
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A 31-year-old man who had fled police earlier and led them on a chase through Redding had to be rescued from the ACID diversion dam near the North Market Street Bridge early Monday morning.
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Redding will lease its civic auditorium to Bethel Church for up to a decade.
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A Lake Forest man was in critical condition Monday, three days after he reportedly jumped out a window of a moving Greyhound bus in Red Bluff.
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A Shasta County family barely escaped injury during the weekend as a fire destroyed their Clear Creek Knolls Drive home.
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1911:A team belonging to Robert Jones of Ono was hitched near the Delta Depot when an automobile party consisting of two men and two women whizzed by. The horses took fright, broke loose, tore down the hill at a great rate and tumbled over an embankment. The wagon and harness were wrecked and one of the horses was badly cri
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The Shasta County Board of Supervisors voted unanimously Monday night to approve a controversial retail center in the Churn Creek Bottom.
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Bridge project wins public works award
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Sun Oaks Aquatics Racing swimmers earned top finishes at the Far Westerns Long Course championships in Concord over the weekend.
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After more than five hours of discussion on a controversial 92-acre Churn Creek Bottom retail development, Shasta County supervisors hadn’t gotten a chance to vote on the project proposed for the rural area between Redding and Anderson.
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A person was killed this evening in a solo traffic accident in Paynes Creek in Tehama County, a spokeswoman for the California Highway Patrol said.
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Failing to see many falling stars this past weekend I Googled "light pollution" and up came this article from Korea's Joongang Daily about the proliferation of rooftop crosses in Seoul (see picture). Apparently these red neon crosses are exempt...
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If there’s one thing you can count on at Paesano Days, it’s an abundance of good food. You wouldn’t expect anything else from the Sons of Italy, would you? Paesano Days returns this Friday and Saturday, August 5 and 6, to Anderson River Park. What started out many years ago as just a big picnic [...]
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I have not had a chance to read Lt. Gov. Gavin Newsom's economic-development strategy, which he released Friday, but here's a striking graphic from it. Redding, sadly, is not on any of the charts, but I'm going to go out...
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Many conservatives (as well as the House Progressive Caucus) balked at approving the debt-limit bill (which has passed). Rep. Wally Herger was not among them, his office announces: "The Budget Control Act is a significant step toward changing the culture...
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Redding will lease its civic auditorium to Bethel Church for up to a decade.
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A Redding man accused of murdering a homeless man in April 2009 rejected today in Shasta County Superior Court a plea bargain offer that would have sent him to prison for 31 years to life.
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When I was a little girl, back to school was my second favorite time of year (after Christmas, of course).
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A Dec. 13 trial date was set today in Shasta County Superior Court for a Round Mountain man who was shot and nearly killed in May by a Shasta County sheriff's sergeant after he reportedly fired an arrow at two deputies.
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The public defense attorney for Charles David Berlinghoff said Monday he will file a motion on behalf of his uncooperative client to have his upcoming sex-crime trial moved to another county due to all the publicity the case has received from the media.
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Crews are responding to a small vegetation fire near the Sundial Bridge in Redding this afternoon.
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Q. How do religious truths stack up against scientific truths? Terminology first needs to be addressed. My concern with “religious facts” is minimal. What I can speak to is the status of “biblical” facts in relation to “scientific” ones. The Bible is ultimately authored by the God who created all things and know
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 Every year I watch the intimidation and manipulation techniques get bolder and bolder. The schools, media, and even health care professionals will tell you that it is required that you immunize your children
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31 july 2011. Mount Etna volcano on the island of Sicily, southern Italy, started erupting again over the weekend, sending flames and sparks shooting 250 metres into the air, and flows of lava down its slopes. There were concerns that the ash could block flights out of nearby Catania airport, but the winds were blowing [...
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Firefighters kept a vegetation fire this morning in Palo Cedro to less than an acre.
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To the Manor Born. Those who live in Westwood Manor know it to be one of the few places in Redding where you can easily walk to a nice grocery store, several restaurants, and more. On that basis, we’
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Beginning September 9th, I'll be teaching ten, one-hour-long daytime classes at Simpson University on all the official historic sites in Shasta County. These classes are geared towards seniors and every effort is made to accommodate each and every student. To...
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When Dr. George Silverthorne arrived here in the early 1850s with his Indian wife Lucy, the first thing he did was build a log cabin beside the Pit River in the vicinity of today's Silverthorne Resort at Shasta Lake. Soon...
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A 56-year-old Arcata man was killed last week after he lost control of his motorcycle on Highway 299 in a remote area of Trinity County, the California Highway Patrol reported today.
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It's a large number, needless to say, but any number associated with the federal budget -- especially over a decade -- is perforce large. But the $2.4 trillion in spending cuts that the weekend's debt-limit deal envisions is only a...
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A Parolee led Redding Police on a chase that ended on a precarious Catwalk over the Sacramento River. At about 11:45 Sunday night, an Officer tried to stop 31-year-old Bouachanh Phetchamphone on Victor Avenue. A high-speed chase went all over the east side of Town before the vehicle crashed on Riverside at California Str
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A 56-year-old Arcata man was killed Friday afternoon on Highway 299 after his Harley Davidson Motorcycle crashed in an unincorporated area of Trinity County. Emergency Crews were called about 3:20PM to westbound Highway 299 near mile marker 19. Raymond Demello was found down a steep slope about 85 feet off of the roadway
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A 17-year-old Upland boy was suffered a fractured right arm and several lacerations after a Pickup Truck parked on a boat ramp pinned him. Trevor Hollinger was connecting the straps to several Kayaks that he had loaded onto his parents vehicle at the bottom of Cedar Stock Boat Ramp. A Dodge Pickup operated by the Trinity
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The Shasta County Board of Supervisors will meet at 5 O’clock Monday afternoon to consider approval of a sprawling retail development at the corner of Churn Creek and Knighton Roads. The 740-Thousand Square Foot Shopping Center would require a Zoning change from Agricultural to Commercial. If the Board approves the
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A fire off of Placer Road was quickly contained Saturday afternoon. It broke out on Powerview Road, apparently caused by a tree falling and bringing electric lines onto the ground. The blaze was declared contained at 5:30 at about a quarter-acre, according to Cal-Fire.
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A quickly moving vegetation fire ripped through 18 Acres and threatened several homes south of Olinda Road in the Happy Valley area Sunday afternoon. Firefighters were called at 4:18 to the blaze on Brumby Way, off Chestnut Street. A large contingent of Equipment responded, including 9 Engines, 4 Water Tenders, 2 Hand Cr
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On July 31, 2011 at 11:45 p.m., Officer Todd Rowen observed a vehicle on Hartnell Avenue that was reported overdue by the registered owner the day prior. The registered owner reported to Redding Police the vehicle had been taken by a parolee possibly armed with a handgun. The parolee was later identified as Bouachanh Phetch
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A 51-year-old Red Bluff woman was arrested after deputies allegedly found drug paraphernalia in her pants and crystal methamphetamine in her bra, the Tehama County Sheriff’s Office reported today.
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On 7/30/11 at about 9:05 a.m., the Eureka Police Department and the Eureka Fire Department responded to the green belt area of the 1600 block of Waterfront regarding a suspicious fire. Upon arrival, officers discovered that the fire had been extinguished. Officers contacted the homeless victim who was on scene. He told them
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Luckily no one was injured but I’m sure the pilot had a little whiplash.
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Temperatures today will flirt with the 100-degree mark but are not expected to reach triple digits. What north state residents can expect is more sun. The National Weather Service forecasts a high in Redding today of 97. The overnight low is expected to be in the mid-60s. It will be more of the same Tuesday before temperatu
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Come out for the opening of abstract artist Lita Couhart's show on Wednesday evening, 5 - 7, at the Bohemian Art Loft. Her work is colorful and exciting and she uses textures and shapes in wonderfully imaginative ways. Lita is celebrating her first solo show here in Redding - come out and enjoy music and refreshments and m
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1,220. 1,770. 2,430 -- Answers to hard math, or the calorie content of your favorite chain-restaurant menu item? In this case, it's the latter, if you happen to enjoy Olive Garden’s Fettuccine Alfredo (1,220 calories), Red Robin's Towering Onion Rings (1,770), or a Classic Bear Claw from Black Bear Diner (2,430), t
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The National Park Service is looking for volunteers to construct the last 100 yards of new trail to the summit of Kanaka Peak. Teenagers with a parent or guardian and adults are welcomed and should meet at the Whiskeytown National Recreation Area’s Visitor Center at 8 a.m. on Thursday, August 4 ...
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A 31-year-old man who had fled police just before midnight and led them on a chase through Redding had to be rescued from the ACID diversion dam near the North Market Street Bridge early this morning.
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The political fates are smiling on Texas Gov. Rick Perry.
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The fundamental schism in Congress today, underlying all the other rancorous divisions, concerns the size and functions of the federal government. What is our federal government for and what size should it be? The new, far-right of the Republican Party wants major changes — major reductions in the size of our governme
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I am an out-of town grandma and want to thank the Redding residents who came to my assistance these past few days. On July 21, I couldn't get the key to turn in the ignition switch of my son's van, with three grandchildren waiting in the shade outside Holiday Market. A young man was able to unlock the steering wheel
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This is what I hear from Congressman Wally Herger:
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Watching the political elites in Washington and Europe this summer fail to deal effectively with current threats has convinced me that we are drifting toward three separate but mutually reinforcing catastrophes that will require our best effort to reverse.
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The kids from the smaller schools rarely get a chance to show their talents against the kids from the bigger schools.
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First 5 Shasta dodged a $1.9 million hit when the governor signed the state budget in June. But the agency, which provides money for early childhood health and education programs in Shasta County, still could be on the hook to make the payment next year.
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A grass and brush fire in Happy Valley scorched 18 acres Sunday, according to the California Department of Forestry and Fire Protection.
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1911: W.R. Beale left this morning for the Bullychoop mines in Trinity County. Mr. Beale says 10 men are now employed on the property and that the showing being made is very satisfactory.
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The names competing may be different each year, but the top teams remain the same.
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There's no better way to send people home happy than with a victory by the host team.
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Weather Discussion: The high pressure area is still over the central U.S. but it will weaken and shift a little eastward during the week. This will allow a very weak upper level low pressure trough to form along the west coast. Redding can expect sunny skies for the first week of August with high temperatures [...]
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Anyone been to Turkey?
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Fire crews have contained a grass and brush fire that was threatening structures in Happy Valley.
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It's been almost 40 years since America's most celebrated 'skyjacker' parachuted into the night sky over the Cascades with a ransom of $200,000. The Telegraph of Britain looks back here. And reports on a credible new suspect and perhaps an...
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She is still there. As each day passes, more and more people are stopping to see her. According to wildlife photographer Ashala Tylor, who lives beside the river near the bridge, the whale is very friendly and seems to...
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All kinds of farm animals were leaving Cottonwood by way of the Cottonwood Railroad Depot - back when Cottonwood was a true farming community. Hogs, cattle, sheep and horses were the main types. Once in awhile though, flocks of turkeys...
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What: Déjà Vu Art Exhibit, featuring Maryann Jackson and Marlene Woods When: August 2 (Tuesday) through Aug. 27; Reception on Aug. 13, from 6-9 p.m.) Where: Carter House, 48 Quartz Hill Rd, Redding, CA 96003 Maryann and Marlene are outdoors girls and have had many adventures hiking, backpacking, birding and kayaking. They
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This is pretty scary but at least it appears everyone was alright including the driver of the truck who you see getting up towards the end of the video.
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What: National Night Out When: Tuesday, August 2, at 7 p.m. Where: The front yard at 620 Lincoln Street, Redding, CA 96001 National Night Out is Tuesday, August 2nd, and for residents of Redding's Garden Tract neighborhood, that means a party at 7 p.m. in the front yard at 620 Lincoln St. Get to know [...]
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Tuesday: Yoga Meditation: Open Class Tuesdays, 5:30 to 6:30 p.m. at the Bohemian Art Loft. $5. Wednesday: Bohemian Art Loft Exhibit Opening: Featuring established modern abstract artist, Lita Couhart. Meet the artist Wednesday, August 3, from 5 to 7 p.m. Music, refreshments. Exhibit continues through August. Thursday: Music
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The Siskiyou County Veterans Office will be closed the week of August 1, 2011 through August 5, 2011. During this time the Veterans Office will be moving from current location at the Armory to the new office location at 105 East Oberlin Road in Yreka, the office will now be located next door to the [...]
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Nearly $200 billion underwater, writes Nicole Gelinas in an L.A. Times Op-Ed, laying out some daunting math: Nearly a third of California homeowners with mortgages -- 2.1 million families -- owe more than their homes are worth, according to CoreLogic....
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Early morning watering in the garden was lovely. Took more pictures of the tiny little insects with the yellow wings that are going to town on the face of our big sunflower.  They are doing rounds up there dancing in the pollen. The tomatoes are multiplying and the cukes are gigantic. The tiny insects on the sunflower [.
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Redding's signature triple-digit temperatures should be taking a break this week, though highs still will hover around the upper 90s. Today's high should be 98 degrees with sunny skies. The low is expected to dip down to about 67 degrees. Forecasters at the National Weather Service in Sacramento predict highs of 96 for M
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“Government Abuse IS Child Abuse for Profit” When: Friday, August 12, 2011 Where: See Shasta county PLC cardhovey@govabuse.orgWho: United States- Child/Family Rights GroupsWhy:“We the People” are
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Get registered and participate, but only if: you care about children, do not like having your civil rights and rights to due process trampled and believe that judges should be held accountable for their actions.If you are ok with these things happeneing, then by all means, stay home.
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There has been a well orchestrated deception about life, love, and commitment. This deception has so permeated our culture that everyone has been affected by it. Click on the link to hear the tru
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For more information on the U.S. Postal Service's plan to eliminate post offices, see "Redding Region, Southern Oregon Could Lose Nearly 50 Post Offices." Phil Fountain is a cartoonist, writer and occasional bed-wetter based in the far reaches of Northern Californey. A News Cafe, founded in Shasta County by Redding, CA jour
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The U.S. Forest Service has terminated its contract with Redding-founded Aero Union of Sacramento, which provided six airtankers for fire control, but a forest service official said the agency still has adequate aircraft for this wildfire season. The contract was terminated because the company failed to meet its contractual
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OROVILLE – The North had an answer for the South’s run-orientated offensive scheme at the 34th annual Lions All-Star football game at Harrison Stadium on Saturday night.
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I've been in a foul mood all week over the failures of our country's leadership.
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For an old concrete box that resembles a repurposed Cold War bunker, the Redding Convention Center inspires deep loyalty, even love, among its fans.
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The ad said: "Become a wind energy technician! Learn how at Shasta College's Red Bluff campus. Must have no fear of extreme heights or have claustrophobia." With the Hatchet Ridge wind farm now fully operational (and service technicians climbing 300-foot ladders and crawling through cramped generator nacelles to
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The League of Women Voters of the Redding Area finds the proposed general plan land use change proposed by Hawkins Cos. for the development of Churn Creek Commons to be an unwarranted and ill-advised change from the current five-acre minimum.
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Target will freshen up its store in Redding.
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Products offered: Office furniture
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No one likes to waste money, yet a family of four tosses out around 180 pounds of meat and produce each year due to mold or decay. That's more than $500 wasted annually.
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Audrey Munson of Columbia Falls, Mont., and Matthew David Sundelius of Kalispell, Mont., are engaged to be married Sept. 10, 2011, at a private residence in Kalispell, Mont. The bride-elect is the daughter of Gerald Davis of Tehachapi and Lisa Hartley of Redding. She is a 2007 graduate of Shasta College, earning an LVN. Sh
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Ashley Carter and Brian Cobbler, both of Redding, were married June 11, 2011, at the Churn Creek Golf Course in Redding. Stephen Campbell officiated. The bride is the daughter of Jim and Karen Carter of Redding; and Doug and Debbie Stanley of Olathe, Kan. The groom is the son of Robert and Pauline Cobbler of Redding; and
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Heather Dean and Jacob Dean, both of Redding, were married May 14, 2011, at the Lake California Clubhouse in Cottonwood. Dennis Corp officiated. The bride is the daughter of Kimberly and Tony Compus of Shasta Lake; and Keith Johnson of Redding. She works as a registered nurse in Redding. The groom is the son of Keli and
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What a turkey! That exclamation has joined the ranks of common slang, a chiding phrase dating back to the good old days. Usually worthy of a laugh, or at least a chortle, it was comical in nature when referring to a dork, dweeb, or dud. Even in today's world it can still be heard in common usage for uncommon provocations.
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Kim Norden and Andres Acuna, both of Redding, are engaged to be married Sept. 24, 2011, at The White House in Redding. The bride-elect is the daughter of JoAnn Norden of Redding and Tony Norden of Washington. Her fiance is the son of Eddie and Raquel Acuna of Redding.
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Breann Cannon and John Selke, both of Redding, are engaged to be married Oct. 8, 2011, at Mercy Oaks in Redding. The bride-elect is the daughter of Dan and Joyce Cannon of Redding. She graduated from Enterprise High School in 2002. She completed the Medical Assisting Program through Boston Reed College in 2009 and is worki
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It takes two pages of tiny print to list all of James Patterson's novels, most for adults, some for children. It's hard to tell which series is the most popular, but two of the top ones are the Alex Cross series and the Women's Murder Club series, of which "The 10th Anniversary" is the 10th.
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Melissa Farrell and Steven Morgado, both of Paso Robles, are engaged to be married Oct. 1, 2011, at the Spanish Oaks Ranch in Santa Margarita. The bride-elect is the daughter of Brenda and Calvin Farrell of Palo Cedro. She graduated from Foothill High School in 2003. She received her bachelor's of science degree in recreat
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I find flying economy class to be, at its best, a study in cooperative behavior. Like all socialization, I learned correct behaviors through a series of observations and lessons; like the time I got my head stuck between the tray table and the back of the seat when I leaned over and the person in front of me reclined. Lucky
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Even if you don't have kids to shop for, it's a great time of year to find hot deals on computers and electronics, if you know where to look.
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We are living longer. Medical science has defeated many diseases that once shortened our lives. These extra years are not without problems; living longer allows us to become acquainted with illnesses that, in years past, we would not have lived long enough to develop.
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Dear Straight Talk: I'm glad I don't have worse concerns than this, but my daughter is going to Mexico with another family and I'm worried she will cook herself on the beach if I'm not there harping on her to wear sunscreen. How do you get kids to believe that one bad sunburn, when you're under 18, can kill you later?
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When my husband Travis and I bought our home, we knew we needed to repaint the outside of the house before the next rainy season. A contractor showed us how the west wall in particular was peeling and chipping and explained that houses in Redding simply need a paint job every five to seven years. Houses here bake in the sum
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Firefighters from Anderson and the California Department of Forestry and Fire Protection have a small vegetation fire under control on the east side of Interstate 5 opposite Shasta Outlets.
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Despite a stubbornly tough economy, the parent company of Tri Counties Bank increased its earnings 110 percent in the second quarter while recording its first quarterly increase in loans in more than two years.
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Peter Hansen did not get the Redding police chief job he'd hoped for.
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California Highway Patrol officers remind the public about the dangers of leaving unattended people and pets in parked vehicles during the summer.
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The front door opened without a knock.
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In 1911: Innumerable quantities of army worms had filled the brush north, east and southeast of Sisson. They seemed to be traveling down from the hills surrounding Mt. Shasta on the west and were headed southward. They were particularly fond of buck brush, having stripped the branches in the route of their journey. The McCl
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Some 45 youth golfers competed Monday and Tuesday in the Sam Baskins Memorial Junior Golf Tournament.
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Even as a teenage dishwasher at Vintage Wine Bar and Restaurant in Redding, Jesse Brockman was known for his culinary passion.
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RED BLUFF — When the Red Bluff 11-12 Little League All-Stars team won the Northern California state championship on Thursday, the next big step was figuring out how to get to the West Regional tournament in San Bernardino.
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Redding might build a compressed natural gas station with hopes of cutting fuel costs for RABA buses and city trucks.
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For the year-round youth swimmer, there are higher-end meets than this weekend's North Valley Aquatic League swim championships.
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The other day I was driving from my home to Costco, which has turned out to be my home away from home, when I entered one of the numerous uncontrolled intersections in my neighborhood.
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The monks of New Clairvaux Winery and Abbey will hold their annual Blessing of the Grapes Friday in Vina.
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The 64th annual Lumberjack Fiesta resumed Saturday in McCloud with horseshoes, softball, ax throwing, choker setting, vendors, food and music.
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Q: If I scan my fishing license and save it as a pdf file on my smartphone, can I then just show my license saved on my phone to any game warden who asks to see my license?
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BASKETBALL CAMP
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With more shoe companies jumping on the minimalist shoe craze, there's an ever-increasing number of choices when it comes to buying a barely-there running shoe.
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First Time Home Buyers ruled the real estate market in 2010 and yes, they're doing it again! This young generation of buyers are primarily Generation Y-ers (or Millenials), and according to forecasters this generation is predicted to spend $200 billion dollars in the U.S. this year alone. So why embrac
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The North jumped out to a quick 14-0 in the first three minutes of the 34th annual Lions All-Star football game at Harrison Stadium on Saturday.
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James Huffman, former dean of Lewis and Clark Law School in Oregon, writes an exceptionally depressing passage in a column about the spotted owl: Two decades after millions of acres of federal forests in the Northwest were virtually closed to...
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Students at Redding City Ballet come and go, but the friendships, education and dance connections made in the dance studio continue to grow and will last forever thanks to the Internet and Facebook. Redding City Ballet is proud of the dancers that are going on to great things this coming season, but we are sad they won't be
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So our beloved weather woman says here of her new job in Houston, a major metro media market where she'll have more interesting weather to cover than Redding....
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Firefighters contained a vegetation fire to a quarter-acre this afternoon off Placer Road in Centerville.
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Just a smidgin' of the now very famous gray whale fans watching her from atop the Hwy. 101 bridge over the Klamath River. Photo compliments of Ashala Tylor. See more of Ashala's whale photos at ashalatylorimages.wordpress.co​m and http://www.flickr.com/photos/a​shala....
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The mother gray whale is still there. Since my last posting on July 27th, lots have happened. Approximately ten boats attempted to agitate her into swimming back to the ocean. They worked together as a group while beating on...
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So much green and nice yellow happening out in the planter boxes. The morning watering revealed treasures. Our big sunflower grew from the bird seed we put in the yard. It’s gorgeous. There are tiny bees on the face. They are hard to see in the photograph because they blend in so well. If you [...]
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Yesterday's mystery photo was the inside of the Glenburn Community Church located in Glenburn in eastern Shasta County. It was built way back in 1885 and is still going strong with a healthy membership attending church service every Sunday morning....
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  While the mainstream media attempts to paint Anders Behring Breivik, the terrorist bomber and shooter who killed over 76 people in Oslo last week, as a “fundamentalist Christian,” a 1,500 page document he wrote reveals not only that he did not consider himself a Christian believer, but that he was a mason, held s
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The Redding area will see a slight drop off from triple-digit temperatures through next week.
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This Buckeye area home sold for $247K in 2006. According to the listing, it’s a 1966 built 3/2 of about 1196 sqft on .62 acre. Buckeye is the unincorporated Shasta County area just north of Redding, b
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August - from the Latin Augustus - is a word variously meaning majestic, venerable, inspiring admiration, and stately. A name derived from the Roman ruler of the same name – it seems well-chosen for August, the eighth month of our calendar year. A month in the North State garden that is synonymous with plenty, August [...
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Talk about a crazy opener for the Colt .45s-Crabs series.
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Usually an all-star game follows the season of the sport.
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I view the Lions All-Star football game as both the last prep football game and the first collegiate football game for those playing.
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It's hard to imagine that a future traffic jam has ever been forecast in detail so exhaustive — and then ignored with so cavalier a shrug — as the mess that the Shasta County supervisors will help create if they sign off on the Knighton Road shopping center that they'll consider Monday.
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Last weekend I watched "Inside Job," a recent documentary about the housing bust and the global financial crisis that it triggered in 2008 and that we're still suffering from.
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Instead of the name-calling and confusion that seem to be getting out of control in never-peaceful Washington, D.C., over our nation's chronic debts and politics as usual, I have a suggestion.
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When is the proper time to have our government live within its means?
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Our generation grew up in the 1950s, when life was slower and very good. Then, you came along in the '60s just look at what has happened in the name of progress!
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If I don't get my Social Security check because of this debt ceiling crisis, I won't vote for a Republican again.
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Obama wants to be recognized and re-elected by his intentions, not his results. That work for you?
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To Timothy Duffy (letter, Monday): The so-called garbage being handed out at the library was pocket Constitutions.
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Shasta County supervisors will consider a controversial 92-acre retail center that would remake the landscape between Redding and Anderson at a special meeting Monday.
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A statewide redistricting committee released final maps Friday that, if approved, could bump two longtime Republican politicians out of Shasta and Siskiyou counties.
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Cornerstone Community Bank, started in Red Bluff five years ago by a group of north state businessmen, is expanding in Redding.
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A vegetation fire Friday near Palo Cedro is the latest in a handful of fires keeping firefighters busy this week in Shasta County.
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Sporting a black eye and fat lip from a jailhouse fight with another inmate, Charles David Berlinghoff on Friday lost a last-ditch effort to have a new defense attorney appointed to represent him in his highly publicized sex-crime case.
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The POP! Super-Sized Thrift Shop is doing it again with the Half Off on Everything August Summer Blow Out. The thrift shop is POP’s main way to raise money for its food bank and resource center, which serves 16,000 people annually. Their newly remodeled store has a huge selection of merchandise, from clothing to housewar
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The Redding Police Department, along with representatives of city government and the neighborhoods in Redding, are preparing for this year’s National Night Out Celebration. The event will be held tonight (Tuesday, August 2) in numerous neighborhoods around our city and usually lasts from 6:30 p.m. until 9:00 p.m. (Update:
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On July 27th, 2011, officers from the Arcata Police Department responded to the 1700 block of Iverson Avenue for the report of a structure fire. The officers were alerted by fire personnel that the origin of the fire appeared to be associated with a large marijuana grow inside the home. Based on this information, the [...]
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NorCal Respiratory Inc. has moved to 3075 Crossroads Drive in Redding.
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In 1911: The Standard Oil Co. had purchased a small lot from the Redding Lime and Brick Co. on which it planned to erect an oil tank, displacing the one in the city limits in the Boardman addition. The city trustees not long before ordered Standard Oil to move its tank. The biggest trust in the world obeyed the mandate of t
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Preschool students at Munchkin University in Redding listen Friday as teacher Nicole Lane reads to them on their last day of school.
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It's been a pretty good summer for 11-year-old Kailee Sebastinelli.
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An Anderson woman pleaded not guilty Friday in Shasta County Superior Court to charges that she embezzled $14,000 from a small water company where she had been hired as a bookkeeper.
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Officers arrested a 59-year-old man staying at a Redding recreational vehicle park Thursday night after he pointed a starter pistol at two park residents, police said.
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North state law enforcement officials Friday announced results from an ongoing, multicountry marijuana enforcement operation targeting illegal marijuana gardens in the Mendocino National Forest.
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The Committee to Save the Redding Convention Center is mounting a last-minute campaign to flood Council Chambers on Monday with opposition to the city's plan to lease the building to Bethel Church.
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A huge box of delicious pork chow neon for 5 bucks this little hole in the wall in Anderson is a gem.
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Dear Straight Talk: I'm glad I don't have worse concerns than this, but my daughter is going to Mexico with another family and I'm worried she will cook herself on the beach if I'm not there harping on her to wear sunscreen. Now that my kids are teens, they are quite independent and don't seem to care th
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Note: I'm running a short series of columns this summer from my family's not-so-distant past. This column is a post from my blog in October 2009. Payton was 9, Jonah 7, and Davey 5.
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Breann Cannon and John Selke
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It takes two pages of tiny print to list all of James Patterson's novels, most for adults, some for children. It's hard to tell which series is the most popular, but two of the top ones are the Alex Cross series and the Women's Murder Club series, of which "The 10th Anniversary" is the 10th.
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Melissa Farrell and Steven Morgado
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I find flying economy class to be, at its best, a study in cooperative behavior. Like all socialization, I learned correct behaviors through a series of observations and lessons; like the time I got my head stuck between the tray table and the back of the seat when I leaned over and the person in front of me reclined. Lucky
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This week's article is written by Andrea Eldridge.
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We are living longer. Medical science has defeated many diseases that once shortened our lives. These extra years are not without problems; living longer allows us to become acquainted with illnesses that, in years past, we would not have lived long enough to develop.
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If there's any evidence to that effect, I'd really like to see it. But a labor group is running radio ads in Southern California trying to scare voters out of signing petitions (for the "Amazon tax" referendum and other conservative...
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A 28-year-old Redding man was killed early Wednesday in a solo traffic accident in a remote part of Lassen County, a California Highway Patrol spokesman said today.
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 Father Our Visit Deacon Pat
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The mystery photo is the Glenburn Community Church located in Glenburn. The winner is James Rickert who guessed it correctly at 9:17 a.m. Congratulations James! James has won himself a $10 gift certificate from River City Java and a wall...
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A 46-year-old Anderson woman pleaded not guilty today in Shasta County Superior Court to charges that she embezzled $14,000 from a small water company where she had been hired as a bookkeeper.
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North state law enforcement officials Friday announced results from an ongoing, multicounty marijuana enforcement operation targeting illegal marijuana gardens in the Mendocino National Forest.
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Sporting a black eye and fat lip from a jailhouse fight with another inmate, Charles David Berlinghoff lost a last-ditch effort today in Shasta County Superior Court to have a new defense attorney appointed to represent him in his highly-publicized sex-crime case.
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Crews are rushing to a fire burning on Whispering Oaks Road south of Highway 44 near Palo Cedro.
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Earwigs wouldn't thrive in California’s dry climate without the moisture and shade provided by irrigated landscapes. If earwigs are a problem, reduce hiding places and surface moisture. Initiate a regular trapping program. If these measures are followed, insecticide treatments should not be necessary. Source: UC Integrate
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Looking for a healthy, handy snack? Here's how to turn berries, peaches, apricots and other fruits into fruit leather.
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The Committee to Save the Redding Convention Center is mounting a last minute campaign to flood Council Chambers on Monday with opposition to the city’s plan to lease the building to Bethel Church.
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Quit fretting so much about the debt limit, says a blogger at the Big Picture: Come what may, the US will always be the least dirty shirt in the hamper, despite Washington's best efforts....
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Bay Citizen reports that state budget cuts might leave rural Northern California's summer skies quieter after this year: For the past 28 years, the state's Campaign Against Marijuana Planting has been a predictable rite of summer. Run by the California...
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Another gem made by George Lucas. This film looks amazing. This movie is based on the Tuskegee Airmen of World War II.
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Ask Anna columnist Anna Moseley offers a plan for eliminating the dark gunk that accumulates in sink drains.
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William F. Ruddiman's ,"Plows, Plagues and Petroleum: How Humans Took Control of Climate," explores climate patterns of the past and what's happening now.
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During the wet, cold spring, I noticed very few bees in my backyard orchard. Can I improve pollination in my orchard by importing mason bees?
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If you are lucky enough to have more tomatoes, squash, peaches, plums or other goodies from the garden than you can eat right now, save them for later. Using the sun or a dehydrator to dry produce is easy and economical.
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What is the name of this 1880s church? Welcome to the weekly History Mystery Photo Contest! If you're the first person to give the correct answer, you'll win a $10 gift certificate from River City Java and an award certificate...
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Guys are not always the most excited about having senior portraits done. Most guys just do it for their mom at first, but after being photographed by Tom they really enjoy their session and look forward to seeing their pictures. The best way to keep them involved is to find out what they are into and well, Tom is a real guy
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This Russian guy must have every gun known to man.
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Thanks to information from http://www.1stcavmedic.com/jane_fonda.htm HOLLYWOOD, July 17 (UPI) — Actress Jane Fonda blasted the QVC television shopping network for supposedly caving into pressure to cancel an appearance to pitch her new book. Fonda fired off a message on her Web site accusing QVC of bowing to a boycott
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Great video submitted by dab. CLICK Jeep fun
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I remember doing stuff like this when I was a kid. Nowadays parents are way too over protective and the consider this kind of horse play “unsafe”. What do they know?
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Obama misstated his birth date by 3 weeks? Guess he forgot it has to match the Birth Certificate they made for him from Hawaii.
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There’s nothing quite like the sound of gunfire followed by an explosion of flames.
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Here’s a Quail Ridge home. We like this neighborhood very much. This one is a 1402 sq ft 3/2 built in 1991. There are more
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And when I say women of Rockabilly, I mean Wanda Jackson and Imelda May. I got the chance to see both women in concert this week, and man what a show.Jackson, 73, started off in country, met and dated a guy named Elvis and at his suggestion, started singing rock. She's played with Poison Ivy and Lux Interior of
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WASHINGTON (AP) — Demoralized House Republicans are trying for a third straight day to pass a debt-ceiling bill that has almost no chance of surviving the Senate, even as the clock ticks closer to next week's deadline for avoiding a potentially calamitous government default.
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Too all the Shasta County and surrounding residents who are experiencing problems with family court. Get registered and let us know you are participating in the August 12 national protest. DO YOU WANT TO TELL YOUR KIDS ONE DAY, THAT YOU DECIDED NOT TO FIGHT FOR THEM WHEN YOU HAD AN AMAZING OPPURT
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The heat wavelet bringing the north state a moderate dose of triple-digit afternoon temperatures will stick around a few more days. Redding will top out today at 105 degrees, according to the National Weather Service. The average high in Redding on today's date is 99 degrees and the record high is 116 degrees.
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Not too long ago I bought this super sweet Masher jersey from Twin Six. Go ahead, take a second to bask in her beauty. I know, it's awesome. Of course it is, because Twin Six makes their jerseys out of polyester and unicorn eyelashes. Now don't go firing off angry PETA comments at me. I [...]
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Officers arrested a 59-year-old man staying at a Redding recreational vehicle park Thursday night after he pointed a starter pistol at two other park residents, police said.
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The hours of operation at the Social Security office on Park Marina Drive in Redding will be reduced 30 minutes each weekday starting next month.
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The Ranch from Patrick S Kearns on Vimeo.
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The federal government's staggering and rapidly growing debt is a heavy burden on the next generation of taxpayers and a crisis in the making if seemingly endless trillion-dollar deficits spook the investors who, to date, have continued to float America loans at teaser rates.
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We're in the midst of a great four-year national debate on the size and reach of government, the future of the welfare state, indeed, the nature of the social contract between citizen and state. The distinctive visions of the two parties — social-democratic versus limited-government — have underlain every de
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As a resident of Redding for 17 years, I am concerned that we will lose our Convention Center to a private organization that has proposed to rent the building for five years with a guarantee of another five years, making possible a 10-year lease. All of Bethel Church leaders' consoling words that the Convention Center w
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CHICO – The Red Bluff 11-12 Little League All-Stars left no doubt they can handle pressure throughout the team's run for the state title.
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On Thursday, July 28, 2011, at 8:23 p.m., the Redding Police Department received a report of a man brandishing a firearm at a neighbor at the Redding RV Park, 11075 Campers Court. When officers arrived at 8:29 p.m., they found the man, William Chandler, 59 years of Talent, Oregon, inside an RV at the park. [...]
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A Northern California city is on the hook for more than $11,000 and a handful of special districts could face $5,000 fines if they don't file employee salary reports.
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The North Valley Aquatic League (NVAL) swim championships scheduled this weekend is a different meet compared with other summer swimming events.
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With the Humboldt Crabs coming to town, the Redding Colt .45s won't lack any motivation for its final regular-season home series this weekend.
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As July winds down, football is on the horizon.
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Redding's hoteliers will throw their clout behind a volunteer citizens campaign to keep the civic auditorium in public hands as the City Council considers leasing the building to Bethel Church.
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Shasta County's In-Home Supportive Services workers will have to decide between a pay cut and slashed medical benefits as part of this year's labor negotiations with the county.
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A Redding woman was treated and released from Shasta Regional Medical Center early Thursday morning after a man smashed a motel room telephone over her head, Redding police said.
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Charlie Menoher is retiring again, sending ripples through the education community.
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A Redding man accused of trying to rob a South Market Street minimart at knifepoint Monday night started "going crazy" after he initially complied with commands from a store patron to drop his weapon and get down on the floor, according to a Redding police report.
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Thirty-seven years ago Henry Krantz did something that changed the lives of Douglas Lapp and Toby Nixon.
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Human remains found earlier this week by Siskiyou County sheriff's deputies are not thought to be related to any of the county's cold cases, a spokesperson said Thursday.
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In 1911: It is estimated that at least 200 automobiles had passed through Baird that summer. The "Old Oregon Road" was still the favorite highway for whizzwagons on the way between Oregon and California. The new road from Kennett to Antler did not seem to be favored.
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Volunteer James Hayward shows Munuel Valdivia, 9, how to use a spear pole Wednesday during the P'Eleen Boos Indian Education Camp in Whiskeytown National Recreation Area.
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The Red Bluff 11-12 All-Stars are the NorCal Little League State Champions after defeating Petaluma 7-5 on Thursday night in Chico.
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Jindra's Antiques to host grand opening
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What: Indigo Brew Jazz Quartet When: Friday & Saturday, July 29-30, from 7-10 p.m. Where: CR Gibbs American Grill's Patio, 2300 Hilltop Drive, Redding, CA 96002 The Indigo Brew Jazz Quartet is Patricia Soares on piano, Tyler Mansfield on guitar, Jake Soares on drums and Marc Soares on bass. C R Gibbs American Grille can
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Polenta
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Pasta Salad
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Pasta Broccoli
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Linguine with Clam Sauce
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Fumi Chicken Salad
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Antipasto Platter
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Find music in Weed at the 4&20 Festival, a celebration of logging at the Lumberjack Fiesta in McCloud and Japanese drumming in Mount Shasta this weekend.
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This is the story of Shasta County's four courthouses. It doesn't include the branch courthouses that have been in various places throughout Shasta County over the years.
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Shasta County Marshal Office, Marshal Volunteer Program seeks people to help with clerical work and help people in the courthouse.
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A 41-year-old Hat Creek man arrested earlier this month after drugs and a sawed-off shotgun was found inside his home has been sentenced to more than six years in prison for violating probation.
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As a resident of Redding for 17 years, I am concerned that we will lose our Convention Center to a private organization that has proposed to rent the building for five years with a guarantee of another five years, making possible a 10-year lease. All of Bethel Church leaders' consoling words that the Convention Center w
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We're in the midst of a great four-year national debate on the size and reach of government, the future of the welfare state, indeed, the nature of the social contract between citizen and state. The distinctive visions of the two parties — social-democratic versus limited-government — have underlain every de
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You know what the truly remarkable thing about the $14 trillion national debt is? How insanely cheap America's borrowing actually is. Even though the national debt is very close to the annual output of the entire U.S. economy -- and...
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What: Two nights of musical performers this weekend -- RJ spinning acid jazz on Friday and Allison & Victor on Saturday When: 8 p.m. both nights - Friday (July 29) and Saturday (July 30) Where: Vintage Wine Bar and Restaurant, 1790 Market St, Redding, CA 96001 Vinyl Night with RJ spinning acid jazz, Friday, July [...]
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Senior Portraits are in full swing! Still have our 1/2 off sessions until school starts and only have a handful of those sessions left!! 223-5456. This senior is from Central Valley High School is Shasta Lake City. To see more photos from her session visit our
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The main part of 'town' was located beside the Sacramento River at the mouth of Slate Creek. Its location gave the town its first name - Slate Creek. It served as the location of the Whitlow Stage Station and Slate...
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Tehama Interagency Drug Enforcement agents arrested two people, destroyed more than 200 marijuana plants and seized drugs, paraphernalia and a gun Wednesday in a search on Vaquero Lane in Red Bluff.
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On Thursday, July 28, at 0235 hours (2:35 a.m.), police officers were dispatched to the Redding Inn located at 2010 Pine Street to investigate an assault. The victim was identified as Dyann Black, 47, of Redding. She was found in the parking lot, suffering from a severe laceration on the top of her head. She [...]
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The words over at Three Word Wednesday are banter, fumble and glance. A Sure ThingWe’re the whitest people in here and I say so, out loud, enough to get punched in the arm from my date, Grace, a woman with very pale skin and long, fine blond hair, t
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This drive must be insane!
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Firefighters contained a vegetation blaze to two acres this afternoon on Brookdale Road near Millville.
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Hey, say what you will about the redistricting process, at least Shasta and Siskiyou counties will be, for the next decade, in California's 1st Assembly District, 1st Senate District and 1st Congressional District. So say the maps posted by political...
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I doubt most readers follow the intricacies of tax litigation at the state Supreme Court, but the Chronicle's Bob Egelko does, and he reports a doozy of a ruling handed down