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December 15th, 2011

Much has been made, including by a gent who'd like to be Shasta County's next assemblyman, about the remarkable economic resilience of Texas, especially compared with California's staggeringly bad economy. Some -- especially Republicans -- think we could learn a...
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You know it’s the holiday season when you hang a fresh evergreen wreath on your door. This welcoming tradition has its origins in the ancient Persian Empire, where these circlets were worn as a ‘crown.”
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The first person to own a telephone in Redding was Charles E. Berry, who made his own. Besides being an inventor, he was a tinsmith and manufacturer and dealer of stoves and tinware.
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Rafael Delsid, a recent Shasta College graduate and a winner of the North State Symphony's 2011 Young Artist Audition, will be the featured tenor this weekend during the symphony's annual holiday concerts in Chico, Red Bluff and Redding. With a Baroque orchestra behind him, Delsid, 20, will sing a popular aria from Handel's
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"The main thing we have to deal with in climate change is the skepticism, the denial and the cult-like behavior of the political lemmings that would take us over the cliff." Man, tell us what you really think, Governor Brown....
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Shasta Outlets in Anderson will be back in the movie business by Dec. 23 when the 11-screen complex reopens its doors as Valley 11 Cinemas, Clint Sanborn said Thursday.
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George's chairMy father passed away this morning. It was not entirely unexpected. He had been in Hospice, but had outlived that program with a certain glee. All of us know our days are numbered, but we all knew his number was a rat
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A Redding man accused of murdering a transient by repeatedly stabbing him and slitting his throat had today his preliminary hearing scheduled for next week postponed until Jan. 11.
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A vehicle has rolled over just east of Buckhorn Summit on westbound Highway 299.
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The director of the local chapter of a statewide nonprofit organization that seeks to reform California's marijuana laws has been booted for his angry outburst during Tuesday’s meeting of the Shasta County Board of Supervisors that banned medical marijuana dispensaries in the county’s unincorporated areas.
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That was the day when a huge crane began battering in the walls of all the historic buildings on California Street between Butte and Tehama Streets to make way for the two-story parking lot located there today. These buildings were...
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A 20-year-old transient originally charged with felony arson for setting the April 7 fire that gutted a building at the former King Richard's Auto Dealership in Redding was placed on formal probation for three years today after pleading no contest in October to a lesser charge.
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When the word ‘college’ is brought up into a conversation the first thing any student thinks about is the cost and if they can afford it. No one should be denied the opportunity to go to college because they can’t afford it; which is why the system of financial aid was started. The definition of [...]
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A 62-year-old Fall River Mills man was struck and killed by a car Wednesday afternoon, the California Highway Patrol reported.
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Tehama County searchers found the body of a missing Cottonwood man Wednesday night near Bowman Road in Cottonwood.
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A man in a white van tried to abduct a boy in Red Bluff Wednesday afternoon, police said.
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A truck broke down and is blocking portions of Lake McCumber Road near the intersection of Highway 44, the California Highway Patrol reported.
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Yet another creative prank video involving a camera a couple of fake tourists and a victim.
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Everyone thinks this bear is cuddly and cute but I know for a fact it’s the same bear that stole my picnic when my wife and I were visiting Jellystone Park.
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A truck slammed into a tree in south Redding this morning, and one man was thrown from the truck, officers said.
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A Redding man was arrested today on suspicion of murder after a 54-year-old man was found fatally stabbed in a Redding motel Wednesday night, police said.
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Rain is falling this morning in Redding, but forecasters still say there's a good chance for afternoon sunshine in the area.
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In the midst of a failing economy, the City of Redding has struggled to keep the Convention Center open.  This year, the City developed a controversial solution to keep the doors open by proposing a lease deal with Bethel Church.  On August 1, the City agreed to lease the Convention Center to Bethel Church for [...]
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Firefighters are working to extinguish a fire that's burning a house on Yogi Court in north Redding.
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As people toiling in the trade of wordsmithery, we say with confidence that $35 per keystroke is astonishingly good pay for a writer.
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For a man who likes to tout his expertise as a historian, Republican presidential candidate Newt Gingrich has a decidedly revisionist approach when it comes to his own history.
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The 2010 Citizens United 5 to 4 Supreme Court decision declared that big money interests, like unions and corporations, are officially people. It also deemed that money is equivalent to speech, protected by the First Amendment. It proclaimed that attempts by the American people to limit big money in politics are unconstitut
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If you're over 80, or getting close, do you ever wonder if there's a sign on your forehead that reads something like, "I'm old and stupid. Go ahead and cheat me?"
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Re: "Postal Overhaul is much needed" (letter, Saturday): I agree there are some things that the U.S. Postal Service can do to be better, but privatizing as you suggest would not benefit you or the nation.
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1. Tomáseen Foley’s A Celtic Christmas 7:30 p.m. Friday at the Cascade Theatre, 1733 Market St., Redding. Features stories, music and dances that celebrate Irish culture. Tickets are $22 to $32. Call 243-8877 or 243-8886. Go to www.cascadetheatre.org.
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Bev McQuillan's art is made in the studio from gathered inspirations, energies and the simplest materials of oils, brush and canvas. Each image is constructed with colorful strokes charting a visible record of the work’s creation as it moves toward composing a moment in time. In her latest series, Child Works the images a
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Best eggs benedict I’ve had in Redding – or maybe anywhere. Ditto the piece of old-fashioned cheesecake that capped Sunday brunch recently at the new Savory Spoon restaurant in the Hartnell Castle in east Redding
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There are plenty of new elements to Tomaseen Foley’s “A Celtic Christmas, including new songs and dances, but the show’s heart remains unchanged: a simple, low-tech re-creation of Christmas in a land and time that’s far away.
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• Head Down to the Cellar • Take Flight • Say Goodbye to 2011 • Holiday Happenings • Looking Ahead
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RED BLUFF — Six Spartans put up at least five points apiece as Red Bluff took down Central Valley by a score of 51-46 in a gritty effort Wednesday night.
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The Foothill High School boys basketball team fell to Pasadena 63-39 in pool play of the St. Hope Elite Hoop Classic at Sacramento High School on Wednesday.
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For the first time, the board chair of the California Chamber of Commerce visited Redding Wednesday.
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RED BLUFF — Aubrey Mendonca scored every point of the third quarter for her team and the rest of the Eagles rallied around her in the fourth to take down the Hornets 48-41 on Wednesday night to kick off the 22nd annual Red Bluff Holiday Classic.
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Redding firefighters clean up at the scene of a two-alarm fire Wednesday afternoon in the 2700 block of Keswick Dam Road.
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Someone shattered windows at two downtown Redding businesses overnight Tuesday, but police said there's nothing that necessarily links the crimes to a homeless woman who officers said recently vowed to vandalize downtown buildings until she's arrested again.
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A Redding man accused of violating the city's medical marijuana cultivation ordinance won't have to move from his rental home at least until after the Christmas holiday.
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In 1911: The wholesale prices of poultry, butter and eggs placed an added strain on households and butter and eggs cost the highest since 1855. Eggs were 45 cents a dozen, butter was 43 cents a pound, spring chickens were 14 ½ cents a pound and turkeys were 22 cents a pound.
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A Redding man tried to trick officers into thinking he had a gun Wednesday morning so they would shoot him on the Cypress Bridge, police said.
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A Shasta County native has come home to lead the United Way of Northern California.
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A Redding man was arrested Tuesday night after he brandished a phony gun at several people in south Redding, police said Wednesday.
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Shasta County will receive a $2.34 million grant to pay for additional math and science training for teachers, education officials told the Shasta County Board of Education on Wednesday.
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It wasn't a record, but November was another busy month for foreclosure filings in Shasta County.
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Local doctors and hospitals have been scrambling to beef up their electronic medical records systems by next year so they can qualify for a federal payout or avoid having their Medicare reimbursement rates cut.
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Dental records were used to confirm that a skeleton found in a pasture last week was a 41-year-old ex-convict named Christopher Michael Williams, Shasta County sheriff's detectives said Wednesday.
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Ed Harrison of Timberline Heating and Air Conditioning Inc. in Redding has been named the Shasta Builders Exchange 2011 Building Industry Citizen of the Year.
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Persistence, leadership and selflessness are a few traits learned when playing sports. I'd like to add one more: giving.
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During the winter, it seems you can't pick up the paper without reading about a family devastated by a fire in their home. Are you protected? Look around the house for fire hazards, adopt standard precautions and practice for the possibility of a fire in your home.
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On Oct. 29, 2011, I turned 70 years old. On Dec. 4, 2011, I ran (and completed!) my first marathon, the California International Marathon. Let me tell you some of the events that led up to this incredible personal milestone.
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Shasta Blood Center is in need of O- blood. BloodSource is in need of A-, O- as well as platelet and plasma donors.
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Here are a few tips to help keep your kids healthy and safe this winter.
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The historic Camden House in the Whiskeytown National Recreation Area was burglarized last week and a number of antiques stolen from it and its outlying buildings, park officials announced today.
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Earlier this year, Marc Beauchamp launched a drive in his column to crowd-source a new slogan for Redding. (Here's the catchy winner.) Down in Tehama County, there's been an ongoing consultant-driven effort to do the same. A group of unhappy...
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A Redding man rescued his neighbor from his burning house on Keswick Dam Road late this afternoon.
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It was bound to happen. Here's the dope on "Weed Wars," on the Discovery Channel, which stars the owners, employees and patients of a collective in Oakland and the politicians trying to shut it down....
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Dental records were used to confirm that a skeleton found in a pasture last week was a 41-year-old ex-convict named Christopher Michael Williams, Shasta County sheriff's detectives said today.
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Shasta Taiko was founded in 1985 by Russel Baba and Jeanne Mercer. It offered taiko to the public starting with grants from the California Arts Council's Artist in Residence program. Its ShastaYama 2011 performance brought in more than 1,000 people. That exposure has brought more advanced students to Shasta Taiko. "The ti
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The Anderson Valley Post's Pamela Britton-Baer unpacks the real consequences of the 2007 ban on slaughtering horses for human consumption, which Congress recently repealed: "I have found horses running down the road cut up and starved," said Gilroy horse trainer...
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A car went off an embankment this morning in the Montgomery Creek area, dispatchers said.
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Always on the alert watching for the birds who dare to land in "his" yard!...
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The American Ranch mentioned in the story was Elias Anderson's ranch; Anderson was named for him by the railroad when he gave them permission to lay tracks through his land. The tall smokestack was the chimney of the Holt...
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A Redding man tried to trick police officers into thinking he had a gun this morning so they would shoot him on the Cypress Bridge, police said.
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Sharia in America Talk About A Load Of Crap! Sharia in America By Ayesha Ahmed Omar M. Ahmad founder of CAIR said:”Islam isn’t in America to be equal to any other faith, but to become dominant” he said. “The Koran, the Muslim book of scripture, should be the highest authority in America , and Islam [
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12/14/2011: * SNOW ALERT!! IT APPEARS THAT WE WILL BE BURIED IN A BLIZZARD OF SNOW STARTING SOME TIME THIS EVENING. THE METEOROLOGISTS HAVE BEEN FORECASTING RAIN TO START TONIGHT AND LASTING THROUGH TOMORROW. BUT WITH TEMPERATURES AS LOW AS THEY’VE BEEN I CAN ALL BUT GUARANTEE A FOOT OF SNOW ON [...]
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“You can take the house, but you can’t tak
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Yet another Darwin award nomination.
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Do you play World of Warcraft? Many people do and they come from all walks of life and a varying degree of ages. This brings me to my topic World of Warcraft and Trolls. Why is it that there are so many “Trolls” who play this game?  What is a  Troll?  In Internet slang, a [...]
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The local snow season so far has been disappointing. Check out this really artistic video about an urban skier who doesn’t let less-than-ideal conditions slow him down. And cheer up. JP Auclair Street Segment (from All.I.Can.) from
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A Redding man was arrested Tuesday night after he'd brandished a phony gun at several people in south Redding, police said.
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The weather's going to be a little more winter-like in Redding starting today. Forecasters at the National Weather Service in Sacramento predict a high of 55 degrees and "widespread" frost before 10 a.m. Clouds today should make way for rain tonight, though it's mostly predicted for the early morning hours of Thursday. Th
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Matt Pratt, a student who attends Shasta College, wants to transfer to Chico State University next year. The problem is there is a rise in tuition by 10% or $222 per semester tuition. Increasing the tuition by 10% it will discourage students from transferring to Universities in California. The tuition rate in California is
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Doni: You have an anniversary of sorts this holiday at KLXR, Mike, right? Mike: Yes we do, Doni. 2011 is the 12th year that we have played our Christmas music on KLXR
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Rowdy and rude behavior at public meetings to discuss medical marijuana has become all too routine. Faced with opposing viewpoints, the Proposition 215 crowd has an ugly habit of responding with boos, catcalls and nasty interruptions.
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Washington gridlock may turn out to be the salvation of the Obama administration.
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Regarding "UC board approves raises for executives" (Nov. 30): The protesters have every right to protest this action. Why aren't we all protesting this?
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People need to understand or be educated about bell ringers for the Salvation Army. They are volunteers. They do this out of the kindness of their hearts, to help others in need during the holiday season. You don't need to give each time you go by them. They understand you may have already given elsewhere that day.
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This is in response to Vivian Maudin's letter and attack on Bob Hall. We just read the Nov. 27 article in the Record Searchlight and found only one statement by Hall — not "several," as she says. Were you offended because there might be a ring of truth to what he said?
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Thank you, thank you, thank you to the folks who keep our Highway 44 bridge looking so beautiful.
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Earlier this year, friends and family of a former Redding resident who had a heart transplant issued a cookbook to help raise funds for his ongoing recovery and medical expenses.
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Anticipating the federal government's desire to consolidate health services for Northern California veterans closer to the new Veterans Home on Knighton Road, former State Sen. K. Maurice Johannessen announced he recently purchased 15.9 acres directly across the road.
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Back when Bill Parr was running Cypress Elementary School, he helped launch an experimental music program.
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RED BLUFF — A 40-year-old Red Bluff mother was arrested Tuesday on suspicion of attempted murder and felony child abuse after she admitted to slashing her 13-year-old son's neck with a knife, police said.
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RED BLUFF — A 40-year-old Red Bluff mother was arrested Tuesday on suspicion of attempted murder and felony child abuse after she admitted to slashing her 13-year-old son's neck with a knife, police said.
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A 30-year-old Redding man was sentenced Monday to five years in prison after pleading no contest to felony assault in connection with a 2010 fight that included the shooting of a Weed man outside a fast-food restaurant on Pine Street.
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RED BLUFF — Tehama County supervisors Tuesday distanced themselves from a proposed ballot measure backed by their lobbying organization that asks for a constitutional guarantee of funds for this year's criminal justice realignment.
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A Shasta County judge has ruled in favor of a former Bethel School of Supernatural Ministry student who was sued by a man alleging she and a friend pushed him off a cliff and then, thinking he was dead, tried to faith-heal him back to life rather than call Redding police.
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The Shasta County District Attorney's Office is warning residents of a decades-old scam that is making the rounds again via the mailbox.
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The Shasta County Board of Supervisors unanimously adopted an ordinance Tuesday banning medical marijuana dispensaries in unincorporated parts of the county and narrowly passed a second law hours later regulating pot growth for county residents.
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In 1911, a horde of hobos passing from north to south and Redding were subjected to depredations from large marauding bands. Railway officials said that since the closing of the mills at Weed and McCloud and other lumber camps, the roads were lined with wandering Willies, all headed south.
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RED BLUFF — One of the opportunities for witnessing prep basketball played at a high level this early in the season is set to tip off Thursday in the 22nd annual Red Bluff Holiday Classic boys basketball tournament.
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RED BLUFF — North state basketball has one more dose of tournament madness before Christmas break.
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The past two seasons, the Northern Section Basketball Playoff Committee was left with a dilemma in Division III — what to do with the Corning Cardinals.
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A big rig truck is blocking the Auditorium Drive off ramp from westbound Highway 44, dispatchers said.
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Northern Valley Catholic Social Service has received a $59,400 grant from the Walmart Foundation to increase food assistance programs in surrounding rural areas where 40 percent, or 25,600 adults, struggle to put food on the table.
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Well, let's see. I last left you on Sunday when I was status quo.Monday morning I called the doc to report I was not 100% and left a message saying as much. I got a call back saying they wanted to try me on a blood pressure meds, the idea being that it would hopefully open up the blood vessels and relieve the pr
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Yet another report out of Stanford University on California's sinking public pension systems is causing a stir in Sacramento -- even prompting state Treasurer Bill Lockyer's resignation in protest from the advisory board overseeing the study. From the L.A. Times:...
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RED BLUFF – A 40-year-old Red Bluff mother was arrested today on suspicion of attempted murder and felony child abuse after she admitted to slashing her 13-year-old son’s neck with a knife, police announced today.
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Dispatchers reported a crash involving up to three vehicles on Highway 44 at the Sacramento bridge.
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Anticipating the federal government’s desire to consolidate health services for Northern California veterans closer to the new Veterans Home, on Knighton Road, former State Senator K. Maurice Johannessen announced he recently purchased 15.9 acres directly across the road.
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A Tehama County man has been sentenced to 15 years to life in prison after admitting to sexually abusing a 6-year-old child, prosecutors with the Tehama County district attorney’s office announced today.
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Reports are compiled by Western Outdoor News. Call 800-290-2929. BEST BITES TRINITY RIVER, Douglas City — It’s been very cold and gloomy mornings on the Trinity with temperatures falling to 20 degrees and skies gray until late in the morning. The best fishing on the Trinity has continued to be upstream of Junction City,
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As just a bit of an amateur geographic information systems buff, I'm on the mailing list for ESRI, the 900-pound gorilla of the GIS software field. Just received today a pitch for a users' conference next summer. Plainly, ESRI knows...
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A Redding man accused of having sex with a 14-year-old mentally ill girl gave up his legal right today in Shasta County Superior Court to have a preliminary hearing as he weighs a three-year prison offer.
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A 30-year-old Redding man was sentenced Monday to five years in prison after pleading no contest to felony assault in connection with a 2010 attack outside a fast-food restaurant on Pine Street that saw a Weed man shot.
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The Shasta County Board of Supervisors unanimously adopted an ordinance today banning medical marijuana dispensaries in unincorporated parts of the county and narrowly passed a second ordinance several hours later regulating pot growth for county residents.
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Are you aware world famous architect Frank Lloyd Wright designed the Pilgrim Congregational Church off Eureka Way in Redding? He was 88-years-young when he agreed to take on the job. Wright was famous for having the ability to design structures...
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The Shasta County District Attorney’s Office is warning residents of a decades-old scam that is making the rounds again via the mailbox.
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Little house on a big lot in southwest Redding. We recall it most recently as a failed short sale, and that it also has an old carport, and detached garage/shop of corrugated metal. No
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Did you know that Rep. Dan Lungren, a Republican who represents the Sacramento suburbs (and was nearly the California governor, back in 1998) is quietly pushing for the removal of Hetch Hetchy Reservoir? I didn't, but the L.A. Times says...
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From a New York Times piece headlined "In California, Indian Tribes With Casino Money Cast Off Members:" "The tribe has historically had the ability to remove people," said Kevin Bearquiver, the Bureau of Indian Affairs' deputy director for the Pacific...
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North state residents will wake up to patches of frost in some areas en route to a mostly sunny day. The high in Redding today will be 56 degrees with a light north wind, according to the National Weather Service. The overnight low will be 26. There is a slight chance of showers Wednesday night.
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We are on a roll! One of my favorite treats for my family has always been cinnamon rolls. My husband started it, years ago, even before we were married. About once a month Westley and I would travel to visit my parents in Huntington Beach. I thought it was amazing that Westley would WANT to [...]
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By Kristina Sgueglia and Chris DignamNew York (CNN) -- The number of police officers who have died in the line of duty in 2011 has increased 14 percent nationwide from last year, according to the National Law Enforcement Officers Memorial Fund."We're hearing about more brazen, violent activity today,
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How does a poverty of ambition lead to simple poverty? All too easily.
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The many negative stories represent aberrations, revealing nothing at all typical about public employees in California. But they have turned public opinion against civil servants so severely that it will be difficult to pass any of the current spate of tax increase proposals, no matter who might back them or bankroll them.
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Are there any political candidates out there who will admit that the big problem with the financial systems in all 50 states and the federal government is the waste of tax money that has occured for so many years?
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Do you want to pay $20 or more to mail a letter? How about $50 or more to mail a small package? That will be our future if the Post Service doesn't survive.
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I hope that the angel who found and turned in the Amvets envelope containing money and receipts at Walmart on Thursday sees this heartfelt note of gratitude.
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In the eyes of the federal government, marijuana is classified as a Schedule 1 drug and is no different than heroin, cocaine or any other hard drug. The mere mention of heroin and marijuana in the same sentence as a comparable drug makes many people, including this writer, roll their eyes. Heroin increases the likelihood [.
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Wilshire Place is a small, but lively community tucked away in a quiet cul-de-sac on Wilshire Drive. For many of its residents, Wilshire provides the most essential thing they crave: a chance at an independent life. "That's what I love about it. I can be on my own here," said John Blake, a resident for 10 years.
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A Medford, Ore., man charged with 11 counts of attempted murder in connection with a shootout with law enforcement officers following a vehicle pursuit that started at the Oregon border and ended near Castella was deemed mentally competent Monday to stand trial.
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Changes brought on by state budget cuts are beginning to play out within Shasta County's narcotics-busting task force.
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ANDERSON — Some areas of this city, including a public park, have gone smoke-free.
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1911: W.H. Reel and N. Roberts have struck a rich ore body that will mill ore $50 per ton. They have now 15 or 20 tons of ore on the dump that fairly glistens with the yellow metal. Their Bright Star Mine is just over the divide from the old Mad Mule Mine.
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A former Shasta County deputy public defender pleaded no contest Monday in Shasta County Superior Court to misdemeanor DUI and was placed on probation for three years, a spokeswoman with the Shasta County district attorney's office said.
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The anticipation is building for the 2011-12 ski season.
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The state controller has updated its web site ([sco.ca.gov]) showing the salary, pension benefits and other compensation for 674,000 city and county employees in calendar year 2010.
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For this assignment, the students in my English 1C classes at Shasta College were asked to research a controversial issue relevant to North State residents and argue their position on that issue in a persuasive essay. The students had total control over their choice of topic and the opinions expressed in their essays are th
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It comes from the Congressional Budget Office, and it is sobering. I don't really like the term "mandatory" spending, as Congress can always change the law that mandates it, but in any case here you go: Mandatory spending plus interest...
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So says the Federal Reserve in a new study. The AP describes it here....
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A former Shasta County deputy public defender pleaded no contest today in Shasta County Superior Court to misdemeanor DUI and was placed on probation for three years, a spokeswoman with the Shasta County district attorney’s office said.
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Southbound Interstate 5 was closed in Corning this afternoon for more than two hours after a trailer towed by pickup, lost its wheel and overturned, spilling a backhoe onto the busy freeway.
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A Medford, Ore., man charged with 11 counts of attempted murder in connection with a shoot-out with law enforcement officers following an Oct. 27 vehicle pursuit that started at the Oregon border and ended near Castella was deemed mentally competent today to stand trial.
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Voices of Faith: Do you believe angels exist? Why/Why not?
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For homeowners looking to upgrade — or downsize — their residences, it’s a difficult chicken-or-egg question: Which comes first, buying a new place to live or selling an old one? Each situation presents a potentially thorny set of issues. Buy …
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A Yreka man and woman were rushed to the hospital after they were both thrown from a Chevrolet Blazer Sunday afternoon, the California Highway Patrol reported.
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A Red Bluff man burglarized two homes on Wiltsey Road Saturday morning and was arrested after deputies found him hiding in a barn at one of them, deputies said.
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"There is a feeling that some citizens in California are not paying enough. My own view is that as you open the door to new taxation, that you encourage and expand an accelerating form of government that is already quite...
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And no, that doesn't include the cost of the guy with the chain saw. Rather, it's the fee Marin County will charge residents for a tree-cutting permit, according to this editorial in the Independent-Journal. Man, I love me some neighborhood...
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Mother Nature was not kind to Redding and Anderson businesses at Christmastime in 1968. Snow, snow, snow was everywhere, especially piled up on the rooftops. The first roof cave-in was at Thrifty Drug Store in the Village Plaza Shopping Center....
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It's going to be another sunny and cool day in the Redding area. Forecasters at the National Weather Service in Sacramento predict a high of 58 degrees for the area and a low of 32 degrees tonight. Morning frost in some parts of the area should melt away by 10 a.m. Winds should also gust up to 18 mph today. Expect simil
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-from press release A News Cafe, founded in Shasta County by Redding, CA journalist Doni Chamberlain, is the place for people craving local Northern California news, commentary, food, arts and entertainment. Views and opinions expressed here are not necessarily those of anewscafe.com.
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Before you go out holiday shopping for that 10-14 year old, with the idea that a motorized scooter, skateboard, or anything else with a motor attached may be the way to go. You might want to reconsider your options. Remember way back when you were riding your bicycle with the playing cards attached to the [...]
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A couple of weeks ago, when the police officer stood near my car - the one with shattered glass where the the passenger-side window used to be - I felt like a total idiot when he asked if anything was missing from my car after the break-in
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When democracy activists boycott some Third World dictator's sham elections, to avoid lending credence to a rigged vote, it makes a kind of rough sense.
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Positive environmental news is not easily found these days, but there's a success story right in our backyard. It's about the restoration of critical salmon habitat and the good-faith collaboration that is making it possible.
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Did you know the U.S. Senate has passed a law that would allow American citizens — people born and raised in this country — to be detained indefinitely just for being suspected of terrorism? Not convicted, just suspected.
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Now Newt Gingrich is cozying up to Donald Trump, of all people.
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This letter is in honor of my dad, who was stationed in Hawaii at Hickam Field when the Japanese attacked in 1941. Over the years the focus has always been on the bombing of Pearl Harbor with little if any mention of the airfield adjacent to it that was also destroyed.
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I agree with Gov. Jerry Brown's initiative to raise taxes on the rich.
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A meat-processing plant that one day could employ up to 40 workers will break ground today in Yreka.
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A Redding woman's arrest for allegedly driving a stolen car Sunday morning led officers to a hotel room where they found another Redding woman whom they arrested on suspicion of possessing methamphetamine.
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Rebecca Ingalls was no stranger to the type of letter her son's school sent her Nov. 30, and that's what made her angry about it.
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Police were looking Sunday for a man who they say ran away after crashing an SUV into a creek and leaving a passenger trapped in the vehicle.
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SHASTA LAKE — Great things may come in small packages, but for Candice Lane, one great thing this Christmas is coming in at 1,200 square feet — her new house, built by Lane and volunteers from Habitat for Humanity.
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In 1911: The International Order of Red Men called out its members for a banquet and election of chiefs.
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Where are you?
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Check it out this new website for the author Penni Elaine. It’s super awesome. http://www.thekeysforyou.com
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A man who was trapped in a car this afternoon off Parkview Avenue in Redding was taken to the hospital nearly an hour after the car flipped into a creek.
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As the article notes, Shasta County educators are fretting about the supposedly low ratios of local high school grads who attend college or go on to graduate from a four-year institution. For an alternative perspective, herewith an excerpt from "The...
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Advent is a time in which we prepare for the coming of the Lord: • His coming to us Sacramentally at Christmas, • His coming to us individually at the end of our lives, • and His coming to us collectively at the end of time. And today, within the season
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A Redding woman’s arrest for allegedly driving a stolen car Sunday morning led officers to a hotel room where they found another Redding woman who they arrested on suspicion of possessing methamphetamine.
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Gasamat opened on May 14, 1970 and was the first of its kind in Redding. Everyone wondered if this type of station would be a threat to the stations with attendants. It was located at the intersection of Henderson Road...
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It'll be a sunny day in Redding today, though the temperature shouldn't rise above 56 degrees. Forecasters at the National Weather Service in Sacramento predict a low tonight of 35 degrees. Temperatures will warm slightly for most of the work week, with mostly sunny skies and highs of 58 degrees predicted for Monday throug
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CH2M Hill and Critigen are hosting the 2011 Rising Stars Gala on December 17, 2011. The festive evening will include live music, dancing, appetizers, desserts, a no-host bar, live & silent auctions, and gaming. The Gala benefits science programs at Whiskeytown Environmental School, Schreder Planetarium, and the Clair Hi
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The economy put the brakes on Camping World's plans for an RV superstore in the Churn Creek area south of Redding three years ago. Sounds like the company is finally going forward.
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This will be our little family's sixth Christmas in the north state, and the traditions are beginning to stack up. Snow or no snow, the tree cutting in the woods ranks highest among them. Inevitably, I overestimate the height of our living room ceiling, and wind up eventually admitting to Kristen that she was right, tha
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Nobody ever wants to sell the beautiful old family ranch.
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Hungry? Congratulations! You are losing weight. Seven out of ten Americans could stand to be a little more hungry. Lest some of you somehow think that I'm forgetting that some hungry folks are skinny and malnourished, rest assured that I remember them too. This column is not about them. This column is about those folks
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Your editorial last Sunday about trying to come to grips with the federal versus the state law regarding marijuana made a great deal of sense. What does not make sense is the anti-marijuana sentiment that pervades Washington, D.C., specifically and law enforcement in general. Many people seem to think that because marijuana
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An open letter to Gov. Jerry Brown and the seven members of the Board of Forestry and Fire Protection who voted "aye" on the State Responsibility Area fire tax:
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I found Alana Burke's description (column, last Sunday) of the 2012 Republican hopefuls quite accurate. If you read her column carefully, she pretty much admits her party's candidates are, well, less than adequate. No kidding.
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I would like to reply to Fred Boest's misinformed letter to the editor.
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I am a member of the Committee to Recall Dolores Lucero and honored to have worked with so many dedicated citizens of the city of Shasta Lake on this first step of the recall process. Knowing that the system works has helped me to have hope in the American justice system.
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After reading Monday's article on knee surgeries, I agreed with Dr. Jim DeSoto as to why: Surgeons like Coon, who bring "advanced, innovative care methods" into a community, often attract patients from outside hospital service areas ... because "the patient has read or heard about the type of care being offe
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In his recent opinion piece, "Where I stand on the Klamath dams," Congressman Wally Herger demonstrates he understands that the Klamath agreements are not just about dams.
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n response to the 17 reasons not to blame the Catholics ("Speak Your Piece," Sunday):
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Gov. Jerry Brown wants a half-percent sales tax. The post office needs to raise its rates by one penny. Well, give 'em a break!
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The holiday season is here, but not because Black Friday, Red Saturday, Cyber Monday or the Redding Lighted Christmas parade are in the past. Nor the fact that this paper has Christmas inserts from every store in town, it seems. No, not even because those same stores and many homes are brightly decorated.
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Every holiday season, retailers release a bevy of new toys and electronics aimed at capturing the attention of our little ones. Never fear, the Nerd Chicks are here to share our "Buy This, Not That" tips to navigate the sea of choices and ensure you're up to the challenge of finding your kids the perfect gadget.
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Urban residents may get as frustrated with tourists from towns or rural areas as the latter become with city people when they visit the country. Visitors are often unaware of basics of city life residents take for granted.
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Our son Davey is our wild card. He falls asleep easily and looks angelic with those long lashes sweeping his cheeks, but woe to the person who dares wake him from his slumber. It is never pretty.
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The maple tree has taken off its bright red autumn shirt. Looking out the window, we can see those autumn leaves blowing in the wind. Scurrying along like bugs on the run, they're leaving us with a lonesome feeling of nostalgia. After waiting all year for their bright colors to return, suddenly they're running off long befo
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Getting into the spirit of the holidays means putting those holiday cards together, making sure you have the right presents and wrapping them up beautifully (or as best as you can).
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Bryce Prusse, a pen maker in Redding, offers classic slimline twist pens, ergonomically designed to fit in your hand for a comfortable writing experience, as well as many other types of ballpoint pens, rollerball pens and fountain pens. Inlaid pens are popular among customers.
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Rob Cabitto's new memoir begins with his father trying to set his 4-year-old son on fire.
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Shasta County students lag behind their peers in entering higher education — a lapse that could cost a student $1 million or more over the course of a lifetimes, according to a Georgetown University study.
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Some 30 north state children got free Christmas trees, toys, treats, trinkets and a tale from St. Nick on Saturday at the U.S. Forest Service office on Airport Road.
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Processing-center clerks Donna McGowan (left) and Judy Osgood carry signs in front of the post office on Churn Creek Road on Saturday to protest Postal Service plans to move Redding's mail-processing facility to Sacramento.
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Dear Babe: I have a Jackie Robinson 22-karat gold card that is numbered 010538. It commemorated the 50th anniversary of his debut in 1947. It doesn't have a company name on it.— Ronald Bruhn, ReddingMost of these gold cards fall into the category of ready-to-wear collectibles produced to take advantage of the surg
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Last year around this time, I told a story of a couple of local boys who failed to share the same joy for the holiday season as many of us do. I have been asked to share the story again. I hope you will enjoy it.
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The Hornets can't quite overcome the experience-laden Vikings just yet.
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PALO CEDRO — Another defensive standout for the Foothill High School football team is headed to the NCAA Division I ranks.
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Two and a half years ago, Bailee Jeffery stepped through the doors of a building on Shasta Dam Boulevard that could have been mistaken for a sleepy little rural motel.
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Q: A recent innovation on the pro bass-fishing trail is something called the "Alabama Rig," similar to what is called an "Umbrella Rig" by saltwater anglers. The Alabama Rig consists of five or six lures (usually plastic grubs or small swimbaits) radiating from a central attachment point by wires, imitating
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COTTONWOOD — When Sonrisa approaches the arena gate and catches sight of the 6-foot tall stuffed flamingo, the little palomino snorts, her doe-like eyes widening in fear. Gabby, the 17.1 hand mule behind her, balks in terror, refusing to even set foot in the arena. Thus begins day one of the Police Horse Pros "Sen
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Swimmers collect coats and blankets
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Counties surrounding Shasta County lag the state average in sending students to college, according to a new report from the State Department of Education.
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The season and location of the third annual benefit gala for the Whiskeytown Environmental School have changed, but attendees can still expect the same wide range of activities this year, organizers said.
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The one-time head of the Shasta County Marshal's Office says he was harassed by his former employer for questioning whether it's legal for judges and court administrators to be in charge of running the law-enforcement agency.
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In 1911: The Pacific Telephone Co. installed a direct individual line and connection in the upstairs of the Market Street firehouse, which was the home of the night brigade. Residents were instructed to call 75 when they needed fire services.
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A man rammed a pickup three times, knocking it into a Cottonwood apartment, before driving to another side of the apartment complex and crashing into a utility box on the wall of his girlfriend's apartment Saturday morning, authorities said.
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SHASTA LAKE — A crucial third-quarter run and a pair of Carlos Mancasola free throws in the clutch highlighted Central Valley's thrilling win in the final day of the Lehigh Classic boys basketball tournament on Saturday.
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SHASTA LAKE — The playoffs might be more than two months away, but Shasta's thrilling 71-65 overtime win over Liberty Christian had a championship feel to it.
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West Valley senior wrestler Austin Lobsinger finished with a 4-2 record and got seventh place at 220 pounds Saturday at the Walsh Ironman Tournament in Cuyahoga Falls, Ohio.
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The six-story building on the left is what it looked like when it was built in 1938. The photo was taken in 1940 during a flood. Portions of it still stand today between Turtle Bay and the convention center. When...
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"This is a photo idea for an infant. Tuck a little red and white Santa hat on the sleeping baby and get your spot to light up the bed and you have a beautiful Christmas picture that everone will love for years to come."][/caption]
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A man rammed a pickup three times, knocking it into a Cottonwood apartment, before driving to another side of the apartment complex and crashing into a utility box on the wall of his girlfriend's apartment this morning, authorities said.
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It's that time, again....a post from last year -- and the year before -- but cookie recipes are ageless. AIn't life grand? I make about 70 pounds of this shortbread dough in December -- we give away most of the cookies - to customers, friends, roving bands of neighborhood teens. It's my favorite holiday rec
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Today will be sunny with a high near 62, but in the next few days temperatures will dip down into the 50s during the day. The National Weather Service is forecasting a partly cloudy night, with a low around 34. S Sunday will be partly sunny, but the high will dip down to 56 and the low will reach 36 during a cloudy and s
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Winter. What catches our eyes, ears and interests in the garden this time of year is distinctive. For me, texture, sound, form and movement are what draw me now. In many cases, it's not plants that provide this interest for me as I move about my winter gardening tasks - it's the birds that accompany [...]
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Redding will probably never be famous as an artist's colony, but the area has a remarkable collection of creative talents. The tricky part is just getting them out where you can seem them all at once.
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"It's better to have it and not need it than to need it and not have it," Jennifer Hurte told me late last week, reciting the old English proverb.
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The media, including the Record Searchlight, have been full of stories about the U.S. Postal Service's plans to downsize and reduce services. Isn't that marvelous?! Our country is in a debt crisis, but the public has great difficulty finding any public service they can do without.
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Lets help save America's Postal Service. Ben Franklin started the postal mail system back in 1775, so the service has been around for a long time. Now they tell us the USPS is going broke.
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Having lived up here in Redding for a long time now, it has amazed me through the years how Wally Herger keeps getting "automatically" re elected. The only thing I can figure is he has got an (R) by his name so its guaranteed!
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The Hornets are having no problem closing out games this preseason.
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SHASTA LAKE — With every steal, every block and every drained 3-pointer, the Falcons earned their redemption.
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The Foothill High boys basketball team advanced to the championship game of the Drake Tournament with a 51-44 win over Analy on Friday night.
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In 1911: More than $165,000 was to be paid into the county's treasury by Tax Collector H. Clay Baker. This represented the first installment of taxes and was the largest amount ever paid into the treasury at one time. It represented a month's collection.
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The city of Redding's Solid Waste Utility and fire department are collecting new and gently used coats and other winter-wear clothing that will be donated to the Good News Rescue Mission.
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A Shasta Lake woman who waited nearly seven years before finally seeing her criminal case go to trial was acquitted Friday of embezzling about $350,000 from the assets of her Alzheimer's-stricken mother.
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Great-grandma Dianne calls her great-grandson her "million-dollar miracle baby."
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A Redding medical marijuana patient says the city is forcing his eviction from his longtime home because he didn't follow the city's medical marijuana cultivation ordinance.
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RED BLUFF — Tehama County has asked the state Office of Administrative Law to reject regulations imposing a $150 fire fee, arguing the state Board of Forestry and Fire Protection's actions conflict with the Government Code.
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An extensive investigation into the death of a 4-day-old baby girl has forced the postponement of next week's scheduled preliminary hearing for the Shasta County woman accused of allegedly allowing her to starve to death.
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In a deal believed to be one of the largest transactions in Shasta County in at least two decades, the U.S. Forest Service building in Redding has sold for $13 million to an East Coast investment company.
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Investigators say nothing so far has indicated human remains found Thursday in south Redding were the result of a murder, but they're not ruling out the possibility.
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Following what's quickly becoming a trend throughout the region and the state, Shasta County supervisors on Tuesday will consider an ordinance that would ban medical marijuana dispensaries in unincorporated parts of the county and another that would introduce growing restrictions for county residents.
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The Internal Revenue Service has issued the 2012 optional standard mileage rates used to calculate the deductible costs of operating an automobile for business, charitable, medical or moving purposes.
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A Shasta Lake woman who waited nearly seven years before finally seeing her criminal case go to trial was acquitted today of embezzling about $350,000 from the estate of her Alzheimer’s disease-stricken mother.
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I caught part of last night's Department of Fish and Game meeting, and I saw the cadre of wardens that some commenters mention. (They were also much whispered about last night.) Anyway, the DFG's spokesman has his own explanation of...
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Last weekend we published an editorial suggesting that if the signatures were validated on the recall petitions against Shasta Lake City Councilwoman Dolores Lucero --- petitions that far exceed the number of votes she got in the first place in...
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I guess Charlie Ruggles has risen from his grave to give the right answer for the mystery photo! Charlie was the first person to guess correctly at 9:41 am. Congratulations Charlie! It is the Zeis house on Chestnut Street...
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The Tehama County Sheriff's Office is warning that money wire scams are on the rise.
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Three people were trapped in a car that careened into a dry ditch at Churn Creek Road and Victor Avenue this afternoon in Redding.
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A statewide Amber Alert was issued to day for a Suisun City teen who went missing on Wednesday.
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An extensive and ongoing investigation into the death of a 4-day-old baby girl has forced the postponement of next week’s scheduled preliminary hearing for the Shasta County woman accused of allegedly allowing her to starve to death.
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Four young men arrested Thursday by Tehama County sheriff’s deputies have been linked to numerous vehicle and residential burglaries in Red Bluff and the surrounding area, deputies announced today.
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Now, in a decision pertaining to attorneys for appellate court, in case #149117/172066, Judge calls Kitkowski a liar and says she is not disabled and simply will not work; even though he has the SSDI award letter.Gaul further states that Gary Richardson  (Kitkowski's ex-husband and reason for Kitkowski's disabili
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Contrary to popular belief, poinsettias and mistletoe are not highly toxic. Eating mistletoe leaves and berries could lead to vomiting, diarrhea and stomach pain, but one to two berries or leaves eaten by a child will not result in serious harm. When hanging mistletoe in your home, place it in a piece of netting to keep lea
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Callum Roberts' "An Unnatural History of the Sea" (435 pages, Island Press, 2007), about the greed-driven overfishing of the world's oceans from earliest times to the present, pricked some long held illusions.
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Gift-giving with meaning can take many forms. It could be a donation to a nonprofit, an invitation to dinner, a gift certificate for baby-sitting, tickets to a concert, a hand-kitted scarf or a bag of lemons from a backyard tree.
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There are brown spots with holes in the middle on the leaves of my peach tree. What is this, and can I fix it?
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Ask Anna columnist Anna Moseley suggests a strategy for removing rust stains on fabric.
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List of support groups in the North State.
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...take that, Nancy Reagan.I think I last left you with a slight headache around the brain fringes. Shortly after that, the headache monster returned and brought all his buddies with him. I guess that was Wednesday night. I hate to keep harping on this because I know there are people in terrible chronic p
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Letter writer Karen Ball of Redding took a drive down Memory Lane the other day: But probably the thing I look for every year and wonder if I will ever see again is Salmon Claus. It's a mystery who did...
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What pioneer family originally owned this house and what street is it located on in Redding? 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...
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Inventory is down, sales are relatively steady. Demand for homes under $150K is very strong. Below, the numbers behind the graph. Sales off just a bit from last month, but inventory is trending lower.
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It's the Christmas season, so that means putting up a few Christmas standards.Here's the Pogues, with "Fairytale of New York." It's a great song. It's your Video Friday:
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It's shaping up to be another pleasant day in Redding. The National Weather Service says it will be sunny with a high temperature of 62 degrees. Tonight it may freeze with a low around 32. Saturday will be be mostly sunny with a high of 61. The mercury could again dip as low as 32. On Sunday, expect a high near 53 and a
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It's official! A News Cafe readers are the luckiest readers in these here parts. This week, once again, A News Cafe, Jefferson Public Radio and yours truly, the Mistress of the Mix, team up to give away a pair of front row tickets to see and hear another spectacular performer at the Cascade Theatre. So [...]
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SHASTA LAKE — Thursday night at the Lehigh Classic featured another big lead, another near-collapse and another win for the undefeated Patriots.
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Higher taxes are not the treatment for California's persistent economic malaise, budget deficits and ever-tighter squeeze on public services.
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In the first month of his presidency, Barack Obama averred that if in three years he hadn't alleviated the nation's economic pain, he'd be a "one-term proposition."
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In March 2011, the California Legislature approved a 10 percent payment reduction in Medi-Cal reimbursement rates to skilled nursing facility providers ($471 million over a 14-month period). Implementation of the Medi-Cal payment reduction results in skilled nursing facilities being paid an average of $30 per patient day le
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The Republicans love to talk about innovation while protecting the "job creators" from paying one more dime in taxes.
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The neighborhood of the 1700 block of Filaree Drive wants to thank the Redding police for their quick response Wednesday morning at 12:37 a.m. when called by an alert neighbor who watches the east half of the block during the night, when three pickup loads of people came into the area and parked at one of our deceased neigh
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John P. Schafer, Shasta Lake
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There wasn't a whole lot more Enterprise freshman point guard Janae Gray could do for a better prep debut.
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In 1911: Mr. and Mrs. W.H. Rupert purchased the Cohn estate, which consisted of 320 acres of ranchland at Bear Creek. The ranch contained a large natural meadow where Bear Creek ran through the length of it.
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Catherine King of King Law Offices in Redding has just published a new book titled "Paths to Prosperity, A Guide to Living From Your Heart (And Not Your Wallet)."
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A new police dog is on patrol in Shasta Lake.
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The Foothill High School boys basketball team defeated Terra Linda 41-38 on Thursday at the Red Brown Invitational tournament at Drake High School.
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A Shasta Lake man who nearly snatched a Shasta County sheriff's deputy's gun during a brawl at a Millville home in late October has pleaded guilty to two felony counts in exchange for a maximum two-year prison sentence.
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For the first time in a long time, Brianna Hopkins and her children will celebrate Christmas together, in a clean two-bedroom apartment they can now call home.
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Last week, I delivered some of the top themes to keep an eye on for the prep boys basketball season before the Harlan Carter Invitational really got interesting.
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Siskiyou County's supervisors have opted out of state biologists' plans to study stream flows in threatened coho salmon habitat, saying they refuse to participate in a process that will end only with more restrictions on farmers' water.
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Shasta County Planning Commissioners Thursday unanimously approved a use permit for a new veterinary clinic in Bella Vista.
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A series of copper thefts have destroyed seven air conditioners owned by the Fall River Mills Joint Unified School District.
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A cultural centerpiece for more than three years, ArtHop in Redding will take its final walk Saturday.
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A meeting held Thursday in Redding to discuss the future of the Department of Fish and Game ended with peaceful discussions about what its role and powers should be.
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5th Annual Christmas Party
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Agency: SWEAT Running Club
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It is said that chronic itch is the skin equivalent to pain. Itching disrupts sleeps, limits your activities, diminishes your concentration and generally is quite maddening. We will scratch, claw and tear up our skin to satisfy that annoying itch sensation.
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Have a safe and sober celebration by mixing up these alcohol-free beverages.
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There are two kinds of people. Those who are ready for Christmas by noon on Black Friday, and those who are not. This column won't be of much use to those who have their lights up, holiday decorations artfully placed throughout the house, Christmas cards addressed, stamped and ready to mail, and last but not least, presents
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Shasta Blood Center is in need of A- blood. BloodSource is in need of A-, O- as well as platelet and plasma donors.
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Have the trails gone to the dogs? Yes, but in a good way. Running and training for a marathon, or any other distance with your dog can bring joy to each run.
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During the 1860s, three white women, all in their mid-30s were killed by Indians.
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Human remains were found today in south Redding, according to the Shasta County Sheriff's Office.
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Here's a familiar story to anyone who's lamented how California restricts logging even as we import wood clear-cut in Canada's Boreal forests: NAUCALPAN DE JUÁREZ, Mexico -- The spent batteries Americans turn in for recycling are increasingly being sent to...
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Economist Ed Glaeser, writing in City Journal, gets the quote of the day: Unemployment represents a crisis of imagination, a failure to figure out how to make potential workers productive in the modern economy. The people who make creative leaps...
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A Shasta Lake man who nearly snatched a Shasta County sheriff’s deputy’s gun during a violent brawl at a Millville home in late October pleaded guilty Wednesday to two felony counts in exchange for a maximum two-year prison sentence.
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Maybe they just don't have any equity to cash out. It would stand to reason. In any case, the latest state population figures for each county show a dramatic reduction in the number of people moving to Shasta County. While...
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A new police dog is on patrol in Shasta Lake.
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The California Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation is continuing an investigation today into the use of gun fire during Wednesday’s riot at a Sacramento-area prison.
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The new Knox Area Rescue Ministries program "Corners of Your Field" is based on an Old Testament passage supporters say easily translates to answer today's needs.
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2. Shasta High School’s Madrigal Dinner 7 p.m. Wednesdays to Saturdays Dec. 7 to 10 and 14 to 17 at Pilgrim Congregational Church, 2850 Foothill Blvd., Redding. Program includes vocal, drama and instrumental entertainment. Go to www.madtickets.org
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Artist Sonja Holmquist began exploring her artistic side by creating cartoon-like drawings, usually of friends and co-workers. While her only daughter has been away in college, Sonja has been playing by sketching and experimenting with acrylics, color, style, texture and a variety of other media on canvas. She usually paint
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NEW YORK — If the U.S. economy does not suffer more setbacks, the rate of mortgage holders behind on their payments should decline significantly by the end of next year, according to credit reporting agency TransUnion. Mortgage delinquency rates — …
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McClatchy News Service covered a Senate hearing yesterday, chaired by Dianne Feinstein, on the spread of marijuana growing on public lands. Curious thing, though: One fact that emerged from the hearing is that public-lands growing might be easing. It's easy...
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Had heard of glitches and a line-up change shortly after Tortuga Bay Grill opened on Park Marina Drive in September and that a new chef – a “woman from New York” – was now in charge. So, curious, we dropped by for dinner the middle of last week.
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Downtown is abuzz with new businesses and offerings, and Clearie’s is pouring a drink of the past, with a toast to the future.
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The spirit of Christmas and human trafficking are seldom, if ever, included in the same sentence, but Garrett Viggers plans to have something to say about both next week during his second annual holiday concert at the Cascade Theatre.
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The words over at Three Word Wednesday are flag, might and passive. Stranded With a white veil of silk, she cause his attention, flagged him over. The car in idle, he watched her walk toward him from the rear-view. She smiled at her sway.
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This building played a big role to the citizens of Redding and Shasta County while it stood. It was located at the corner of Butte and East Streets where Shasta Regional Medical Center stands today. It was Shasta County's second...
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The California Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation is looking for a former Shasta County parolee who failed to participate in GPS monitoring.
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The last ArtHop in Redding is Saturday. Founded in 2008, the 2nd Saturday ArtHop is a free public event that showcases local artists' work inside businesses and other venues.
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When an editor at the environmental-minded magazine High Country News suggests the Forest Service needs to rev up its logging, you've really got to wonder: When my East Coast-based family rented a condo in Breckenridge, Colo. for our family vacation...
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After it warms up a bit this morning in Redding, it's shaping up to be a very pleasant day. Today, expect areas of frost before 10 a.m. Otherwise, it will be sunny with a high near 64 degrees with light breezes. It will drop down to 36 tonight, according to the National Weather Service. Expect areas of frost after 4 a.m.
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SHASTA LAKE —The Wolves are using every bit of the preseason to build character by overcoming adversity.
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"They're not scoring this quarter." Those were the words of Liberty Christian point guard Otar Pkhakadze in the second quarter of the Patriots' 53-42 win over West Valley in pool play of the Lehigh Classic at Central Valley High on Wednesday.
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A new year brings a clean slate for all basketball teams and a chance for every squad to start fresh.
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The hosting Central Valley girls basketball team got redemption against Trinity, in a 55-52 win on the first day of the Lehigh Classic on Wednesday.
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Budget cuts are never easy to swallow, but at the very least they ought to save the taxpayers money.
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Politicians reveal themselves by the language they use. Not simply the intricacies of their policy positions or even the quality of their intellects, but something closer to the human core. Today's lesson in the laws of political grammar involves the indiscriminate employment of adverbs (Newt Gingrich) and the smarmy us
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Vince Perry ("Speak Your Piece," Sunday), that fine material in your ears is sand.
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A hardy amen to your editorial of Sunday! As the former "Mr. Just Say No" of Shasta County for over 10 years, I tried to help youngsters fight peer pressure to use alcohol, marijuana and other drugs. As the father of a daughter who was diagnosed with multiple sclerosis at the age of 17, I did everything within my po
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Dutch Bros. in Redding and Red Bluff will donate proceeds from beverages sold Friday to Make-A-Wish Foundation of Sacramento and Northeastern California.
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Grainger will close its Redding branch in three weeks, ending a nearly 30-year existence in the north state.
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Local businesses and organizations are already working to make the season brighter for those in need.
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A Redding man and his mother were arrested Tuesday night, the son on suspicion of interrogating several people at gunpoint and a slew of other charges, the mother accused of punching a deputy who was arresting her son.
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A Shasta County sheriff's deputy acted appropriately when he shot at a gunman who first fired at officers in an Oct. 27 shooting on Interstate 5 in Castella, Sheriff Tom Bosenko said Wednesday.
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Shasta County planning commissioners today will vote on a use permit that would let a Palo Cedro veterinarian start up a new facility in Bella Vista rather than treat pets from her home or travel to meet clients at theirs.
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A group of officials planning out a vision for the state agencies that regulate California's fish and wildlife resources may get an earful tonight from tea party members, hunters and agricultural groups.
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Tall palm trees towered overhead and a bright sun spread warmth through the crowd Wednesday as a handful of Pearl Harbor survivors — and more than 100 of their admirers — saluted those Americans who lost their lives during the Japanese sneak attack on Dec. 7, 1941.
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Some north state doctors want to know why their names show up as network providers for a Medicare Advantage HMO plan being marketed by AARP.
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Catholic Healthcare West has paid $875,564, and Sutter Health Association has paid $1.4 million to settle allegations that certain of their affiliate hospitals overcharged the government for infusion therapy and lithotripsy services, the U.S. attorney's office announced Wednesday.
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After hearing from two former city councilmen and police union representatives who spoke out against rejoining a Redding-based dispatch center, the Anderson City Council put off making a decision on the plan at its meeting Tuesday night.
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Deputies are responding to a report that a woman struck another woman with a fork tonight at a group home on Lynda Lynn Way.
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Note from Doni: Today's conversation is with Adam Mankoski, half of the dynamic Hawkman Studios duo. Regular readers will also recognize Adam as a talented staff writer, most widely remembered for his "Get Outta Town" columns and his exclusive series about his first-hand account about his trip to Haiti with a North Sta
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How much do you know about estate plans?  And how do you know when you need one?  Many people have a vague feeling that they should execute some kind of estate plan eventually, but think (hope) that they really don’t need one right now. On our blog we spend a lot of time telling people that they do nee
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A reader, responding to the various recent stories about the Postal Service overhaul, points to a NY Times story about what's going in those stodgy socialist outposts in Europe. Though Deutsche Post by law still delivers to every address six...
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After the morphine wore off late yesterday afternoon, I took one of the emergency pills the PAC gave me to ward off a return attack of the migraine. It didn't work, in which case she said to take the other emergency pill. I did and it still didn't work. The enormous slobbering bear was back with a clamp to tighten around my
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Inmates at California State Prison, Sacramento, suffered gunshot and stab wounds while prison officers suffered minor injuries in a riot today, according to the California Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation.
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Catholic Healthcare West has paid $875,564 and Sutter Health Association has paid $1.4 million to settle allegations that certain of their affiliate hospitals overcharged the government for infusion therapy and lithotripsy services. the U.S Attorney's office announced today.
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"We are putting together a steering comm., arranging a meeting with Heidi (park superintendent) and starting the process to keep the doors open. Mrs. Boggs entrusted her collection to the public for the public. I feel we have no other...
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Racers and fans, we need you to vote here at the polling station to the right. The Annual Banquet is coming soon. Bob needs to know what you want to have served: The Tri-Tip dinner for $27.  Or: The Prime Rib Carving Station Dinner for $31. We know these are tough times for many, and s
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A Shasta County sheriff's deputy acted appropriately when he shot at a gunman who first fired at officers in an Oct. 27 shooting on Interstate 5 in Castella, Sheriff Tom Bosenko said today
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Tehama County sheriff’s deputies are searching for several men who were wearing hockey masks when they robbed a Bowman Road home in Cottonwood early this morning.
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The Anderson City Council on Tuesday tabled a decision on whether to transfer police dispatch duties to the Shasta Area Safety Communications Agency (SHASCOM) in Redding until a permanent city manager is hired.
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A Redding man and his mother were arrested Tuesday night, the son on suspicion of interrogating several people at gunpoint and a slew of other charges, the mother accused of punching a deputy who went to arrest her son.
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“One bedroom, one bath home on large lot near
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As I turn left onto Highway 44 driving from Palo Cedro into Redding, a woman is on my car's tail. She swerves right and left behind me, as if in a NASCAR race trying to pass me. I take a deep breath and merge to the right. I am no slow poke on the road, but “Mario Andretti” obviously had places to go and people to see.
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It shouldn't drop below freezing tonight, but it may do so again by Sunday, as part of a continuing dry weather pattern this December. The National Weather Service says today will be sunny with a high near 59 degrees. Tonight, temperatures will drop to 35. It should warm up slightly throughout the week until Saturday when
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Baby,  it's cold outside! Quick, let's prepare something warm to eat. But not a sweet. That's because one reader e-mailed a tiny complaint: I publish too many dessert recipes. Many people are trying to eat better and lose weight. Duly noted, dear reader. And yes, it's true that I'd rather make dessert than prepare entrees
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SHASTA LAKE — A mixed and diverse field should set up an appealing four-day boys basketball tournament as the 18th annual Lehigh Classic tips off today at Central Valley High School.
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A pair of three-point shooting standouts who faced each other in the Northern Section finals last year are expected to be among the top players in the Northern Section, which began the first slate of games last week.
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The West Valley High School girls basketball team held off a late second-half surge by Oroville to top the Tigers 38-31 at home Tuesday.
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Shasta County sheriff's detectives and forensic teams spent all day Monday digging for a body on a Mountain Gate property, but were unable to find a corpse possibly buried at the site in 2001.
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Pine cones can be made into elegant wreaths, glittery ornaments, prickly turkeys, peanut-butter bird feeders and even lamp shades.
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On Dec. 7, 1941, in the infamous sneak attack on Pearl Harbor, Japanese naval aircraft sunk the battleship USS Arizona, killing 1,177 of its crew while they were preparing for a quiet Sunday morning.
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The joys of Christmas do not include coping with crowds at shopping malls or wracking your brains trying to figure out what to get as a gift for someone who already seems to have everything.
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A Nov. 27 article about Weed quoted Bob Hall several times, and the remarks were very damaging not only to the city of Weed, but to the people who work at City Hall. That night, at a special meeting of the City Council, which I attended, I asked Bob Hall about his remarks, and his denial of making those remarks was quite as
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Regarding the Outdoors photo on page 6C in Sunday's Record Searchlight, perhaps Ken Snyder does not know that when you put your fingers in a fish's gills and hold it up, you kill it.
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I have to admit it. I am a Christmas junkie. I wait all year for my fix of lights and decorations, parades, sales, church productions, school performances. After this year's fantastical fall display donated by Mother Nature, I am primed and ready for Christmas. What would this year bring? I went to the lighted parade an
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A suspended Redding priest charged with seven felony counts of child molestation failed again Tuesday to enter a plea in Sacramento County Superior Court, a spokeswoman with the Sacramento County District Attorney's Office said.
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EACH Air Medical Services of Santa Rosa and Cal-Ore Life Flight of Brookings, Ore., have merged operations.
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In 1911: The Redding fire companies were to be merged into one and by the following year it would be an engine company with a membership of 65. Changed conditions with the firemen were brought about by the advent of the fire automobile, which was the first and last important apparatus at a conflagration.
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A 25-year-old Redding woman has been identified as the driver who died Monday afternoon in a wreck on Highway 89 in Hat Creek, the California Highway Patrol reported.
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Enterprise High School's esteemed show choir plans to audition for "America's Got Talent."
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Almost 150 families remain in the Adopt-A-Family list in Shasta County, said Karen Schaefer, program coordinator, on Tuesday.
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Redding will seek a court order to shut down medical marijuana dispensaries in the city, the City Council decided Tuesday.
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When Corning bison rancher Garen Wimer got back from San Francisco this week, he left a bit of Tehama County behind.
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Management of the Gaia Hotel in Anderson has been handed over to a bankruptcy court-appointed trustee.
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The Shasta Lake City Council on Tuesday voted down two proposed changes on how it handles its check registry and will keep the present system of the mayor and vice mayor signing off on the checks.
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Anderson police are looking for whoever stabbed a 17-year-old girl tonight.
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Anderson police are looking for whoever stabbed a 17-year-old girl tonight.
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Here's news I'm delighted to hear. Astronomers announced Monday that they had taken E.T. off hold and resumed searching for radio signals from extraterrestrial civilizations with a set of radio telescopes in Hat Creek, Calif. The project, part of the...
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Here's news I'm delighted to hear. Astronomers announced Monday that they had taken E.T. off hold and resumed searching for radio signals from extraterrestrial civilizations with a set of radio telescopes in Hat Creek, Calif. The project, part of the...
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Jeff is an award winning artist and illustrator in a variety of mediums and disciplines. He was born in 1961 in the Philippines while his parents were stationed there. After his father earned a Doctorate in Optometry from Cal Berkeley the family began a series of moves to Santa Rosa , then Paradise and eventually [...]
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Vintage Wine Bar & Restaurant, aNewsCafe.com and HawkMan Studios invite you to the LAST ArtHop After-Party featuring live music by our friends, MULETOWN! The Muletown String Band formed in the Spring of 2010 and has captured an exuberant following on the strength of its live shows throughout the region. The group's debu
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Sunday afternoon I was suddenly hit with a migraine - the second of my life (the first one was about ten years ago and mercifully brief). I thought I was having a stroke so I tried saying sentences out loud to test myself. When it appeared it wasn't a stroke, I then decided it must be two simultaneous brain aneurysms (I say
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A familiar face returned to the center of the Redding City Council dais as Dick Dickerson was named the city’s new mayor.
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A March road rage incident that ended with a motorcycle rider suffering broken bones has led to a five-year sentence in state prison for assault.
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A suspended Redding priest charged with seven felony counts of child molestation failed again today to enter a plea in Sacramento County Superior Court, a spokeswoman with the Sacramento County district attorney’s office said.
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Every decoration on the tree, except the angel on top, was purchased at the Dollar Tree in Palo Cedro....
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Dispatchers reported two fuel spills on Shasta County roads, one on Main Street in Cottonwood and an oil slick on South Bonnyview Road around 2 p.m. today.
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Enterprise High School’s show choir plans to audition for America’s Got Talent, the choir’s director announced today.
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A Cottonwood man was arrested Friday on suspicion of possession and transportation of marijuana for sale after 27 pounds of marijuana was found in his pickup that was pulling a horse trailer during an early morning traffic stop on Interstate 5 in Red Bluff, officials with the Tehama Interagency Drug Enforcement Task Force
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Reports are compiled by Western Outdoor News. Call 800-290-2929. BEST BITES TRINITY RIVER, Douglas City — Steelheading was steady last week, at least upstream of Junction City with good anglers hooking half a dozen or so steelhead an outing on roe, plugs and flies. The river was back to low and clear conditions and stealt
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Shasta County sheriff’s detectives and forensic teams spent all day Monday digging for a body on a Mountain Gate property, but were unable to find a corpse possibly buried at the site in 2001.
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A 41-year-old Los Molinos man was arrested over the weekend on suspicion of methamphetamine possession and driving on a suspended license after he was pulled over in a traffic stop
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Perhaps the Blueview is your vision of the cool retro tile in the kitchen of this
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The frost on the ground this morning in Redding will quickly disappear as the day warms up, but expect it to return tonight. Today it will be sunny and clear with a high temperature of 58 degrees, according to the National Weather Service.Tonight it will again drop a few degrees below freezing with a low temperature of 29 d
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Ever wonder about family traits? Why this particular trait chose your family or, in some cases, their family? I’m not talking genetic traits here, folks. In this enlightened age we all know about, even if we don’t quite understand the double helix stuff, DNA and genetics. I’m talking about more nebulae kinds of thin
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Recommended For Adult Audiences Only: After watching this video there were so many things running through my head. The first of which was, "If I had known that I would have had many more children". The next was, "I'm pissed off because I didn't know that was a possibility when I was living through 24 [...]
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I completely flaked out in 2010 (and still feel guilty about it)  but this year I managed to put  together a Friedman Family video Christmas Card for 2011. It comes with wishes of joy for your Holiday Season and all throughout the New Year. or click
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Events will only stretch a 911 system to its limit a few times a year, but those frantic times are precisely when lives depend on emergency dispatching as close to flawless as possible.
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One startling statistic from last fall's municipal elections around California has not been lost on the state's policymakers and would-be reformers: Fully 40 out of the 53 local tax or bond measures up for a vote in November passed, usually with supermajorities of 55 percent or more.
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To those who helped themselves to our belongings: You took everything you could from our 4Runner. Perhaps you felt you need them more than we do.
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It seems the Department of Fish and Game wants to, if not eradicate striped bass, at least reduce their numbers significantly. I have been advocating precisely that for a couple of years, ever since I found out they were a non-native species imported from the East Coast.
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Two of Redding's volunteer commissions will collaborate next month to discuss long-term plans for the city's civic auditorium.
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A garbage truck is on fire at the Redding Transfer Station on Abernathy Lane tonight.
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Veterans bus passes available
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Rookie police dog tracks down suspect
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The U.S. Postal Service announced Monday it will "move forward" to reduce operating costs following a plan that could close mail-processing facilities nationwide, including one in Redding.
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Shasta County planning commissioners Thursday will consider granting the Happy Valley Fire Protection District a use permit to build a new fire station in the far reaches of the district south of Redding.
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California prison and fire officials told lawmakers Monday at least a third of the state's inmate fire crews might be disbanded by 2013 if county jailers are unable to provide the state with enough prisoners to keep them full.
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Duane and Melba Jensen lost nearly everything they owned in a fire last week that destroyed their single-wide mobile home.
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It's cold in Redding and temperatures will drop slightly overnight before the area starts to warm up.
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A statewide Amber Alert issued earlier tonight was deactivated as the three missing children were found safe.
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A 35-year-old Anderson man was credited Monday morning for saving the lives of two women who were sound asleep when smoke started billowing from below their house.
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Crews rescued a 46-year-old man tonight who was stranded on a sand bar in the Sacramento River near Blue Jay Lane east of Anderson.
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See who was at what recent events.
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What is it about Christmas that makes kids try to be "good" and old people act like kids?
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At least one person died this afternoon in a wreck on Highway 89 in Hat Creek, the California Highway Patrol reported.
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SOF-TEK is pleased to announce that they are now a UL (Underwriters Laboratories) Panel Shop under the UL 508A Industrial Control Panel Certification. SOF-TEK in now open for business as a unique contract manufacturer in the North State, specializing in custom design UL Panels, PCBs, and wire harnesses for electronic assemb
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The Redding community came together to help Comfort Keepers® collect 1309.5 lbs. of food through its STOP Senior Hunger food drive for local seniors in need between the months of September through November. All of the food that was collected was donated to the Shasta Senior Nutrition Program and was dispersed to seniors th
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“As Shepherd’s tend their flocks, the wise men follow the star leading to a manger and the “King of Kings.” The North State community is invited to join them on this epic journey. “Journey to Bethlehem,” takes visitors on a guided tour of the Holy Land at the time of the Nativity. Guests will encounter along
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Help make Christmas brighter for hungry families in Dunsmuir and enjoy a great meal on Dec. 14 at the Dunsmuir Brewery Works.
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Fighting fire from above.
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Help aspiring scientists and engineers attend camps.
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California prison and fire officials told lawmakers Monday at least a third of the state’s inmate fire crews might be disbanded by 2013 if county jailers are unable provide the state with enough prisoners to keep them full.
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Jerry Brown is taking the initiative route to take his proposed tax increases to a vote, pitching temporary but lengthy -- five years -- hikes in the sales tax by half a percentage point and in the income tax by...
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List of recreational clubs and groups active in the North State.
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That's what Dr. Igor Grant -- head of the Center for Medical Cannabis Research at UC San Diego -- tells the Voice of San Diego. And he says that was a shock to him: I'm quite surprised at the findings....
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The Redding city councilman announces an announcement: "There is no excuse for failure" (Redding, Calif.) - Redding native Rick Bosetti, a successful businessman, family man, and community leader, will announce his candidacy for the California State Assembly on Tuesday, December...
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Voices of Faith — Dec. 10, 2011: Q. Why do some people interpret religious beliefs into violence? Is violence ever an appropriate answer?
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This great site features penny postcards from days gone by. Click here then click on California and then Shasta County. I have a few postcards of my own not shown that I will soon add to the site. If you...
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I myself have fallen victim to the locally grown, DIY food fads of recent years, but this blogger artfully breaks down just how much we rely on the baker, the farmer, the cheesemaker, the butcher, etc. It's a reworking of...
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An ember inside an old burn pile, thought to be extinguished for "multiple weeks," caught fire in today's gusting winds in Shingletown and spread into a nearly 3-acre grass fire, a fire department spokesman said.
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From the desk of: Judicial Council WatcherJudicial Council WatcherJudicialCouncilWatcher.com – California's 10 Billion Dollar Reality CheckIt’s snowing here at JCW Posted on December 5, 2011 As Judicial Council Watcher clocks by a
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Thanks to a rookie police dog on duty for its first full shift, a 27-year-old Redding man, who mistakenly thought he had warrants out for his arrest, was captured this morning after hiding from police in a creek, officers said.
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A 35-year-old Anderson man is being credited this morning for saving the lives of two women who were sound asleep when smoke started billowing from below their house.
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The National Weather Service is warning of gusty winds today and frost tonight in Redding. Today, it's going to be sunny with a high near 58 degrees. Expect a north northeast wind between 11 and 20 mph, with gusts as high as 25 mph. Tonight it's going to be clear with a low around 29. The weather service has issued a free
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If you wanted to do the best possible job restoring a river's fish habitat — the noble goal of the Trinity River Restoration Program — wouldn't it make sense to keep tight lines of communication with the anglers who spend so many days on that river?
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After days of recrimination and days of finger pointing, the public has lost interest in who was most responsible for the failure of the supercommittee. It failed because its members each represented their party perfectly. The larger question is, what happens now?
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Mae Helene Bacon Boggs: The rest of the story
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This story has been told before and is repeated every year. While you are happily shopping for a grandson's stocking-stuffers, or those special slippers for mom, there are predators cruising and watching. Whether they are clever and organized criminals or spur of the moment opportunists, it only takes a moment of your d
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The United Methodist Women would like to thank the people of this giving community along with our friends and church family who supported our bazaar on Nov. 12 at the First United Methodist Church.
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Writers Forum has arranged an extraordinary opportunity for North State writers as a way to kick off the New Year. On January 14, 2012, two legendary West Coast literary agents will appear in Redding for an all-day event.  Their presentation will include insights into how agents, editors, and publishers operate, and an off
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James "Jim" Sheldon Kennedy, beloved family man, cherished friend, and veteran teacher, has died at the age of 60. Jim was born in Redding at Memorial Hospital on Feb.25, 1951 to Larry and Carolyn Kennedy. He was the third of their four children and had a stable and happy childhood on Greenwood Heights, playing kick [...]
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One man killed in solo car crash
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Triston Ortiz had heard his family talk for years about a charity his cousin's girlfriend runs that gathers toys for impoverished children.
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The Trinity Wolves boys basketball team won the championship game Saturday at the 66th annual Block F Tournament in McArthur.
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Several north state regions top the state in knee replacement surgery rates, prompting researchers who studied the data to question whether a prolific former Red Bluff surgeon might have established that trend.
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In 1911: The Little Nellie Mine in the Iron Mountain District, which was dropping 10 stamps, was completing installation of five additional stamps. Development work was being carried on in the main shaft; sinking was begun some three weeks earlier.
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A 54-year-old Red Bluff man was arrested Saturday after he threatened officers and invited them into his apartment to "play" while brandishing various knives and a shotgun, officers said.
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Many people believe that Judge Eaton's family owned the Eaton's Drug Store. They didn't. There was absolutely no connection. The first store was located on California Street in 1881. It was moved to a new store in 1903 at 1527...
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A man died early this morning or late Saturday night after his car went off an embankment and hit a tree in the Igo area, the California Highway Patrol reported.
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Today should be another sunny, breezy day in the Redding area. Forecasters at the National Weather Service in Sacramento predict a high of 62 degrees and winds gusting up to 18 mph. The low tonight should drop down to 36 degrees. Expect more wind on Monday, with gusts as high as 24 mph. Temperatures should be somewhat co
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This popular event showcases writers by offering the opportunity to read up to five minutes from their original works. Sign in and read on a first come-first-read basis. Limited spots for nonmembers are also available. Members bring their favorite holiday dishes and desserts for a delicious pot luck after the readings. Ther
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Winner of SXSW Film Festival, Philadelphia Film Festival, Full Frame Film Festival & Woodstock Film Festival. In the vibrant, bohemian neighborhood of South Philadelphia, 50,000-square feet of concrete are covered with tile and mirrors-mosaics that were created by Isaiah Zagar, an eccentric, tormented artist. The murals
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It's a frequent question amid the debate about the medical-marijuana collectives that the city of Redding is trying to shut down: "If it's medicine, why don't they sell it at the pharmacy?"
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I didn't know who Dewitt Jones was a couple of weeks ago when I wrote about covering bad news and the dangers of creating a skewed perspective on the community.
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The name "Newt" makes me think of the young cowboy in the book Lonesome Dove written by Larry McMurtry — an extraordinary work of fiction made into a classic miniseries. I never expected to associate the name "Newt" with the 2012 Republican nominee. Candidate? Sure. But nominee? And yet, here he is, th
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While the credibly accused should be handed over to civil authorities, the allegations against the Rev. Uriel Ojeda should become an opportunity for prayer, healing and reconciliation — not an invitation for anti-Catholics to publicly bash the 2,000 year old church of Jesus Christ.
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President Barack Obama proposes to extend the payroll tax cut for American workers, set to expire Dec. 31, and increase the cut for the "typical" American family from $1,000 to $1,500 per year.
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Here's another chance to keep those shopping dollars local this holiday season. A group of small businesses will partner Saturday for the first Handmade Holiday Dash in Redding. Each participating business will feature a handmade vendor and/or an ornament craft project.
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One of the sweetest parts of giving a gift is that excited response, "I love it!" -- especially when it's genuine. But how's a holiday shopper to find the perfect gift, one that won't go into the return or exchange pile? Don't resign yourself to that tired gift card. I humbly offer my "Buy This, Not That" picks for the wome
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I ran to Don's Sandwich Shop off Bechelli Lane on Thursday. I frequently do, great food and near where I work. Tucked in next to Bernie's Guitar shop, the parking is a bit limited.
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Last spring I realized I was ready for a gratitude check. I was flying through life so distracted with the tasks at hand that I wasn't taking notice of all the good that was going on around me. I wanted to shift my focus, so I committed to keep a running list of things I was grateful for. It only lasted two pages in my jour
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In reply to Leesa Webster ("Speak Your Piece," Sunday) and the Record Searchlight editorial (Sunday) concerning postal cuts.
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Dear readers: It's time again for Straight Talk's shopping list -- direct from the source.
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Breann Cannon and John Selke, both of Redding, were married Oct. 8, 2011, at Mercy Oaks in Redding. The ceremony was followed by a reception at Mercy Oaks. Pastor Bryan Blank officiated. The bride is the daughter of Dan and Joyce Cannon of Redding. She works as a certified medical assistant at Shasta ENT Specialists. The
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When my kids graduated high school a few years ago they all had to move away from Redding to get decent jobs. I see things haven't changed much since then.
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When it was announced in October, the federal government's revamped Home Affordable Refinance Program was seen as a way to keep more underwater families in their homes. The Obama administration has said it hopes the revamped HARP will help 1 million more homeowners.
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Should American workers continue to get a payroll tax break? President Barack Obama has been pressing Congress to extend this year's payroll tax break — a two-point reduction from the usual 6.2 percent tax that workers usually pay to support the Social Security program. Obama says letting the break lapse would amo
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On Oct. 31, ex-Anderson Fire Capt. Jason Bellinger re-entered a not guilty plea before the Shasta County courts. It was accepted, his probation was terminated, and the case was dismissed.
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Kim Norden and Andres Acuna, both of Redding, were married Sept. 24, 2011 at the White House at Churn Creek Golf Course in Redding. Aaron Hayes officiated. The bride is the daughter of Tony Norden of Spanaway, Wash.; and JoAnn Norden of Redding. She graduated from Simpson University in 2006 with a degree in music. She wor
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Many readers find the familiarity of books written around an occupation or skill both informative and comforting. So we have several bed-and-breakfast, cooking, knitting or home repair series, and some with established characters attached to police or other government departments.
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Those of us who live in the north state may find it difficult to believe a person would go into the wilderness unprepared. But even experienced hikers can forget that the wilderness can be... well, wild. It's possible to get lost in areas you've visited for years.
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Gearing up for Christmas is a big adventure. With Thanksgiving, the preparation is centered on the dinner. But there is so much more to Christmas.
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Q: In the past couple of weeks a friend was following a pickup towing a horse trailer loaded with animals. Urine was coming out of the trailer in a fine spray to the point of having to turn the windshield wipers on. Does the vehicle code address this problem? Thanks.
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If the 42nd annual Harlan Carter Invitational boys basketball tournament has taught north state prep basketball fans anything this past weekend, it's that the season is going to be full of excitement.
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The Arcata Tigers were too long, too quick and too disciplined for the Cubs in the Anderson Tip-Off Classic title game.
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West Valley's heavyweight duo of Austin Lobsinger and Scott Nelson took first and second place respectively in their weight class Saturday at the annual Doc Petersen wrestling tournament in Orland.
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Redding police on Friday arrested a man in a Chico bar who, they said, used a fake name to steal money and property in the north state as far back as July.
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Permits are available to cut down a Christmas tree in the Shasta-Trinity and Lassen national forests through Dec. 23.
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Q: I am considering venomous snake rescue and relocation and am hoping you will direct me to the proper department. What laws or permits are involved in such a hobby? Are there designated release locations for rescued snakes? Do I need a permit?
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The California Highway Patrol Northern Division honored two north state officers for their record of tracking down stolen vehicles.
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Brad Goldpaint is not your typical point-and-shoot photographer, not by a long shot.
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A Eureka attorney says he's going to file a lawsuit Monday on behalf of a Trinity County couple whose throats were slashed in March by a murder suspect they encountered after a sheriff's corporal allegedly asked them to investigate a 911 call.
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Twinkling lights made quite the sight Saturday evening as floats, marching bands and other entries filled the streets of downtown Redding for the annual Lighted Christmas Parade.
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REDDING LACROSSE LEAGUE
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In 1911: William Wolf and Louis Wolf, the blacksmiths, had moved into the commodious quarters on California Street, recently vacated by Harry Glover. The Wolfs were doing business on an extensive scale and installed complete new woodworking and horseshoeing machinery.
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In this war I have known a lot of officers who were loved and respected by the soldiers under them. But never have I crossed the trail of any man as beloved as Capt. Henry T. Waskow of Belton, Texas.
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Shasta County's Office of Education is asking for bids on Camp Latieze outside Manton after litigating to ensure no one could challenge its ownership of the property.
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EDITOR'S NOTE: Ernie Pyle was a pioneering American journalist who wrote for Scripps Howard newspapers from 1935 until his death at 44 on a Pacific Island in April 1945. The Indiana native had a folksy writing style he used both in peacetime dispatches from across North and South America and later in war coverage from N
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Dear Babe: My dad kept a lot of booklets about sports skills from the 1920s put out by various manufacturers of shoes and equipment. They include several different copies of "Keds Handbook of Sports."— Jeff Jones, ShingletownSome of these in top condition might be worth as much as $250. Based on the photocopi
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Publisher Craig Stevens explains why here. Excerpt: We did show a minor revenue uptick in 2010 over 2009, but this year has been tougher than last year and our margins are weak. No one at our parent company has yet...
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Redding police arrested a man in a Chico bar who, they said, used a fake name to steal money and property in the north state as far back as July.
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He served as the postmaster at Cassel in eastern Shasta County on and off during the years 1880 to the 1930s (the building still stands.) He also owned and operated a small store that stood up against the north side...
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A recently installed wood stove in a back bedroom caused a three alarm fire Friday night that damaged $175,000 worth of property.
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The sun will be out for the next week, as highs stick around 60 and lows stay in the mid 30s. The National Weather Service said today will be sunny and the high will be 62, while tonight the mercury will drop to 36. Sunday will be sunny with a high at 63, though winds could be as fast as 13 mph. Sunday night will cool t
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It is not only the time of year for gift giving, it is also the time for planting and pruning! Roses, fruit trees, perennials, vines - the garden is a daily destination for planting or pruning something. Every year, people ask me for good gift ideas for gardeners. Gardeners might be some of the easiest-to-please [...]
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Per my column in today's paper, here are three YouTube videos of works by Terry Riley, pioneer American minimalist composer, who attended Shasta High and Shasta College in the Fifties. And a video tribute to Mark Eubank when he retired...
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A Redding woman who went to pick up her fiance Friday night ran into a building on Churn Creek Road and was arrested on suspicion of DUI.
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Rarely has a self-proclaimed champion of the people earned such a definitive rebuke from the people.
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Redding's a relatively small town (pop. 90,000 plus), but it seems to have more than its share of entrepreneurial, inspirational and world-changing people.
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How many who occupy Wall Street are registered to occupy voting booths?
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I am 98 years old and a World War II U.S. Navy veteran. I am also a native to the Shasta County area.I was in the construction and development business for many years and I was responsible for eight home subdivisions. They included six in Cottonwood and two in Redding. There were about 500 homes in all.
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Re: "Rock plant sparks debate — Facility planned on Flintstone Ave." Sounds logical to me, and probably to Jay Leno.
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Round one for the hardwood River Bowl goes to the Hornets, barely.
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Anderson racked up 19 steals in a downright theft of a victory against Foothill on Friday night at the Anderson Tip-Off Classic.
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I see talent, passion, and athletes dedicated to their craft.
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Otar Pkhakadze scorched the tournament hosts for 22 points, all in the first half, as the Liberty Christian boys basketball team rolled to its second straight win to start the year, over host Los Molinos at the Los Molinos Tournament on Friday afternoon.
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Redding firefighters fought a three-alarm fire Friday night at a home on Elm Lane near Nicolet Lane.
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In 1911: A $1,000 reward hung over the heads of Indian Mike and his son Wilson Herum, the outlaws wanted for the murder of Blake of Fall River and for similar attempted crimes. Half the amount would be paid by the state of California for the arrest of either.
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The Shasta Regional Community Foundation has approved more than $254,000 of donations from its McConnell Fund.
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A Redding priest who faces seven counts of child molestation in Sacramento County appeared briefly in court Friday but did not enter a plea.
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Lennart Christian Schauman will not be retried on an involuntary manslaughter charge for throwing the single punch that killed 31-year-old Adam Martinez two years ago, Shasta County Chief Deputy District Attorney Josh Lowery announced at a court hearing Friday.
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A crowd gathered in downtown Redding on Friday evening to witness the annual lighting of the city's Christmas tree.
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SHASTA LAKE — Councilwoman Dolores Lucero and her supporters remained uncharacteristically silent this week as a petition for her recall went to the Shasta County Elections Office.
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During the past few months, Redding Police officer Eddy ­Gilmette worked on his own time to help restore this 2006 Crown Victoria.
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The Redding City Council will enter closed session Tuesday to discuss how to handle the medical marijuana dispensaries that aren't complying with the city's recently enacted ban.
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Redding's depressed home-building market got a boost in November, and at least two contractors credit the city's decision to suspend impact fees for the improvement.
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Redding firefighters are battling a three-alarm fire tonight at a home on Elm Lane.
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Judge Debra Kazanjian issued a ruling saying State leaders acted illegally when they attempted to take $1 billion from the California Children’s Trust Fund administered by First 5 County Commissions. All 58 county First 5 Commissions, including First 5 Shasta, were poised to transfer funds to the State based on the passag
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George Rogers, Redding
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Gail Hansen: Postal cuts are bad for Redding
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Should American workers continue to get a payroll tax break? President Barack Obama has been pressing Congress to extend this year's payroll tax break — a two-point reduction from the usual 6.2 percent tax that workers usually pay to support the Social Security program. Obama says letting the break lapse would amo
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Hal Paquin: The top 1 percent in the parking lot
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Last spring I realized I was ready for a gratitude check. I was flying through life so distracted with the tasks at hand that I wasn't taking notice of all the good that was going on around me. I wanted to shift my focus, so I committed to keep a running list of things I was grateful for. It only lasted two pages in my
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Dear readers: It's time again for Straight Talk's shopping list — direct from the source. I'm always hoping Santa will "think outside the box" (literally) and scratch video games, computers and TVs for the bedroom, and anything else that can make a teen irritable, lazy, addicted and friendless.
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Breann Cannon and John Selke
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When it was announced in October, the federal government's revamped Home Affordable Refinance Program was seen as a way to keep more underwater families in their homes.
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Kim Norden and Andres Acuna
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Many readers find the familiarity of books written around an occupation or skill both informative and comforting. So we have several bed-and-breakfast, cooking, knitting or home repair series, and some with established characters attached to police or other government departments.
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On Nov. 13, a 19-year-old Los Angeles resident froze to death on Mt. Shasta at 9,600 feet. He began his climb barefooted and wearing only a T-shirt and sweatpants.
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Gearing up for Christmas is a big adventure. With Thanksgiving, the preparation is centered on the dinner. But there is so much more to Christmas.
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Jessica Blackburn and Keith Borg
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Whether you celebrate Hanukkah or Christmas, it's time to think about decorating to usher in the holidays.
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Leedy Silversmith
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Readers: This week's column is written by Andrea Eldridge.
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Many Americans associate the term "Social Security" with retirement benefits. However, Social Security also provides benefits to workers who are severely disabled.
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My feelings exactly. Set to music. Namely "Missing You," that classic by The Police....
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The California Highway Patrol Northern Division has honored two north state officers for their record of tracking down stolen vehicles.
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A 25-year-old Redding woman suffered minor injuries this morning when her Jeep hit a center divider and rolled off Interstate 5, according the California Highway Patrol.
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That seems to be the argument of one Assemblyman Martin Garrick, who says he'll introduce a bill to make the Legislature part-time (a move Dan Logue, possibly the next assemblyman for the Redding area, also professes to support) : Since...
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I have three really pretty white birch trees (left photo) right outside my office window at home with a bird feeder and a waterbath underneath them. I love looking out my window at all the birds that stop by...
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A 15-year-old boy was arrested today in connection with Sunday’s stabbing in downtown Redding, according to police.
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In the wake of child sex abuse charges against its assistant pastor, Our Lady of Mercy in Redding will hold a prayer vigil today at 8:30 p.m. at the Shasta View Drive church.
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Lennart Christian Schauman will not be retried on an involuntary manslaughter charge for throwing the single punch that killed 31-year-old Adam Martinez two years ago, Shasta County Chief Deputy District Attorney Josh Lowery announced at a court hearing today.
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If ants can be thoroughly washed away and excluded from an area, an insecticide is probably not necessary. Vacuuming up ant trails or sponging or mopping them with soapy water may be as effective as an insecticide spray in temporarily removing foraging ants in a building because it removes the ants' scent trail, especially
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Farm Dreams columnist Casey Schurig says winter is a time to review last year's garden and make plan for next year's crops.
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Ask Anna columnist Anna Moseley shares instructions for making a simple wreath with ribbon and dollar-store embellishments.
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Faux sprays, wreaths and garlands are the starting point for creative Christmas decorations. Designers offer tips on how to use these pre-made materials to come up with holiday decorations that have your own creative touch.
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The house we've just bought has a stand of bamboo right where we would like to grow ornamentals. How can we most easily remove it?
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"You are what you eat." That's the message of Susan Allport's "The Primal Feast: Food, Sex, Foraging and Love" (260 pages, Harmony House, 2000).
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Rep. Tom McClintock unwound a heck of a stemwinder yesterday in support of a bill that would limit public agencies' liability in environmental suits. Based on the facts as he lays them out, his sounds like a very righteous cause....
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"Bigfoot dressed as a circus clown would have a better chance of beating President Obama than Newt Gingrich, a similarly farcical character." So a "Republican insider" tells the National Journal, which surveyed the Washington crowd and found that Democrats and...
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Watch this and then tell me again why anyone would be against gay marriage.The eloquent Zach Wahls, your Video Friday:
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Crews responded this morning to a single-vehicle traffic accident at Deschutes and Myer roads east of Redding that injured the woman driver.
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Today's contest is cancelled due to medical reasons. Got to keep an appointment with the doctor at 8:30. The contest will return next Friday at 9:00 a.m. See you then!...
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A 60-year-old Bella Vista man was arrested Thursday night after allegedly cutting his girlfriend’s wrist.
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One magazine offers a glimpse of progress in action -- and of the future? I sure hope note. HCN DELIVERY -- SLOW AND SOMETIMES SHREDDED As many of you know, the financially troubled U.S. Postal Service is reorganizing to save...
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Plenty of sunshine will greet the north state through the weekend. The high in Redding today will be 66 with a north wind blowing between 8 and 10 miles per hour, according to the National Weather Service. The overnight low will dip to 41.
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Egypt, also known as Masr, is one of the most ancient countries in the world. The Egyptians are a people as proud as their country is old. The native people here can trace their lineage all the way back to Noah. One of Noah's grandson's, Mizraim, migrated and ended up living along the Nile River [...]
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A special meeting of the Shasta County Mental Health, Alcohol and Drug Advisory Board (MHADAB) will be held on Wednesday, December 7, 2011, at 4:00 pm, at the Good News Rescue Mission located at 2842 S. Market Street, Redding, CA 96001. The MHADAB functions are pursuant to the Ralph M. Brown Act (Govt. Code section [...]
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It's amazing how a canard, even if thoroughly debunked, can continue to circulate — thanks to the glories of the Internet. And it's not just those political emails from your uncle.
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It's Iowa minus one month, and barring yet another resurrection, or something of similar improbability, it's Mitt Romney versus Newt Gingrich. In a match race, here's the scorecard:
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Last week California's nonpartisan fiscal analyst said the state is projected to face a $13 billion budget shortfall over the next 18 months. On Dec. 15, the Finance Department will release its projections. Unless the Finance Department projects revenue high enough to cover at least $2 billion of the $4 billion that was
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The Wolves were in midseason form in a 79-37 thrashing of Eureka High on Thursday night.
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More than $2 million in tobacco taxes will stay in Shasta County, thanks to a Fresno judge's ruling blocking a state plan to take money from local services for young children.
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Organizers and float-building crews are finalizing preparations for Saturday's Lighted Christmas Parade in downtown Redding.
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A Trinity River advocacy group is demanding that work to restore salmon and trout numbers on the river be stopped until a review of the work is completed.
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It's that time of year again, when schools switch from fall sports and move indoors for preseason basketball tournaments.
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A balanced offensive attack mixed with a pressure-packed defensive effort allowed the Cougars to begin their season on the right track.
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ANDERSON — Junior Paige Burson led the West Valley girls basketball team with 14 points and 12 rebounds in a 56-35 win over the U-Prep Panthers on Thursday night in the opening round of the Anderson Tip-Off Classic.
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SHASTA LAKE — A petition to recall Councilwoman Dolores Lucero went to the Shasta County Elections Office on Thursday with more than 1,600 signatures.
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Shasta County residents need to turn in the first installment of their property taxes by 5 p.m. Dec. 12 to avoid a late fee.
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In 1911: F. Mullen, a prominent stockraiser of Tehama County, rented the Norton Ranch at Inwood, which consisted of 1,100 acres and much valuable pasture land and extensive meadows considered truck land and alfalfa fields.
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It would cost about $180,000 to add two grades to Buckeye School of the Arts, creating a second feeder school for Central Valley High School, the Gateway Unified School District superintendent told the district board at its meeting Thursday night.
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RED BLUFF — A resourceful coupon collector is reaching out to like-minded people to help provide comfort for the homeless.
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The 2011 Homespun Craft Fair will kick off this weekend at the Shasta District Fair grounds in Anderson.
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A woman whose 14-year-old son tried in vain to save his grandfather from a Rancho Tehama fire last month is struggling to reclaim her property while mourning the loss of her father.
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World AIDS Day was observed in Redding with an awareness march and a candlelight observation on Thursday.
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My mustache recently had its 30th birthday so I whacked it. The logic for doing so, like the hair, was a little gray and fuzzy. When my upper lip was visible, I immediately remembered why I covered it for so long. Peering at the shaved upper lip…the man in the mirror is extremely upset. He [...]
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I can't help it. Every December 1, this is what comes to mind.Now the first of December was covered with snowAnd so was the turnpike from Stockbridge to BostonThough the Berkshires seemed dream-like on account of that frostingWith ten miles behind me and ten thousand more to go
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Shasta County Public Health is seeking volunteers to lead fitness classes for seniors.
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Officially, it was the McCormick-Saeltzer Co. When it was established in 1877, it was a regular-sized store. Over the years though, it kept getting bigger and bigger until it took up an entire city block in downtown Redding, earning it the "Big Store" name. In fact, it was so big, it held the distinction of being the larges
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Haven't heard much from Redding City Councilman Rick Bosetti since his announcement that he's seeking the new District 1 Assembly seat in next year's election, but his rival, current District 3 Assemblyman Dan Logue, is already lining up and announcing...
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Ingredients 3/4 cup butter, softened 1/3 cup sugar 1/3 cup almond paste 1 egg yolk 1 2/3 cup flour 1 cup semisweet chocolate chips 1/2 cup finely chopped pistachios Directions 1. Preheat oven to 350 degrees. 2. Line cookie with parchment paper. 3. Cream butter and sugar in a large bowl until blended. Add almond paste and eg
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Peanut Butter fudge
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Ingredients 3 cups sugar 1 1/2 sticks butter 5 ounces half and half 2 cups semi-sweet chocolate chips 1 7-ounce jar marshmallow creme 1 tablespoons of instant espresso 1 teaspoon Mexican vanilla 1 cup chopped pecans Directions 1. Line 9-inch square pan with foil. 2. Bring sugar, butter and milk to full rolling boil in large
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Ingredients 1 package chocolate melts 1 14-ounce package of caramel candy 2 to 3 cups of chopped pecans Directions 1. Melt chocolate in a double boiler. 2. Melt caramels 30 seconds at a time in the microwave until melted. 3. Mix the pecans with the caramel. Drop by spoonfuls on wax paper. 4. Dip the caramel and the pecans i
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Bacon and Eggs Cookies Ingredients Stick pretzels White chocolate melts Yellow M&Ms Directions 1. Melt white chocolate melts in microwave in 15- to 30-second increments to reduce chance of burning. 2. Place pretzels parallel to each other on wax paper. 3. Spoon melted white chocolate on top of the pretzels, about a litt
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Ingredients 1 cup granulated sugar 1 cup powdered sugar 1 cup butter or margarine, softened 1 cup vegetable oil 2 teaspoons Mexican vanilla 3 1/2 cups all-purpose flour 3/4 cup cornstarch 1 teaspoon baking soda 1/2 teaspoon salt Granulated sugar Directions 1. Beat sugars, butter, oil and vanilla in large bowl with electric
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Ingredients 1 cup butter, soft 2 cups sugar 1 egg 2 tablespoons whipping cream or milk 1 teaspoon rum extract 1 teaspoon vanilla 2 1/2 cups all-purpose flour 1 teaspoon baking powder 1/2 teaspoon salt 1/4 teaspoon ground cinnamon 1/4 ground nutmeg For the glaze 1/2 cut powdered sugar 2 teaspoons butter, softened 2 teaspoons
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Ingredients 1 1/4 cup butter, room temperature. 1 cup sugar 1/2 cup brown sugar 1 egg 1 1/4 teaspoon vanilla 1 teaspoon lemon extract 1 teaspoon lemon juice 3 cups flour 1 1/2 teaspoons baking powder 1/2 teaspoon salt For the icing 3 tablespoons meringue powder 1/2 teaspoon lemon juice 1/4 cup warm water 1/4 teaspoon lemon
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SHASTA LAKE — A petition to recall Councilwoman Dolores Lucero went to the Shasta County Elections Office today with more than 1,600 signatures.
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A friend -- an old-timer who can do math and worries a lot about the solvency of public pension systems -- forwards this story about how unaffordable retirement promises aren't just hurting cities and the post office, but even musicians....
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1. Redding Trade Club Lighted Christmas Parade 6 p.m. Saturday in downtown Redding. Route is California Street from Tehama Street, left on Sacramento Street, and then left on Pine Street to Yuba Street. Features marching bands, special entries and floats decorated for the season. Theme is “Christmas Trees and Memori
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Jeff Fennel is an award winning artist and illustrator in a variety of mediums and disciplines. A major influence on Jeff was the coverage and excitement of the space race and the Apollo program. This sparked the young boy's imagination and planted the seeds of a lifelong fascination and love affair with space, astronomy an
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Need a break or a bit of inspiration during this holiday shopping season? Drop by the new Grace Place Tea House & Gift Boutique at Pine and Butte Streets in downtown Redding.
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When considering a place to spend the evening, too much variety can be a deterrent. After all, you can get a cold brew almost anywhere you decide to go. Problem is, for connoisseurs of the brew, variety and selection is often in lack. That’s why the Ale House has found success in its niche.
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With 31 productions under its hat, Shasta High is an old hand at transporting guests back to the Elizabethan era for its annual Madrigal Dinner. Enterprise High, meanwhile, is the veritable upstart with a mere 23 years’ worth of experience in entertaining its patrons in a Victorian setting.
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A father goes to bar after court. *He's mad & yells; "All family court judges are Nazis!!"*A drunk guy at the end of bar yells; "I RESENT that!"*The father responds, "Why..., are YOU a family court judge?"*Slurring his words, the drunk guy replied, "Absolutely NOT, I'm a Nazi.
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A writer at Slate offers some thoughts. Excerpt: It is possible, though, that there is just more bitterness out there than we realized before the Internet brought us closer to people's rawest, quickest, uncensored thoughts. (That rooting around for a...
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California Department of Transportation and City of Shasta Lake staff members will hold an open house today in Shasta Lake to answer residents' questions about an upcoming paving project on Shasta Dam Blvd.
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It's happening Saturday, Dec. 3rd at Ingram Hall in the InterMountain Fair Grounds at McArthur. Santa's Workshop will have lots of vendors selling lots of things (many made in the U.S.A.) beginning at 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. And when...
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The words over at Three Word Wednesday are behave, jettison and mob. Occupy The blond bimbo on the news said it was a mob, but shit I was there, man. There wasn’t a mob. It was an army. Fucking behaved one, too. Line after line of belie
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Here’s a rare condo in Redding. Listed as a 1350 sqft 3/2. We like The Bluffs community very much. For $280 per month you get exterior maintenance done, access to swimming pools and a clubhouse, as w
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OAK RUN - Firefighters are mopping up this afternoon an estimated three-acre fire that broke out early this morning in the Oak Run area. 0care fighting this morning an estimated one-acre fire that's burning off R. L. Smith Logging Road near here, a spokeswoman with the California Department of Forestry and Fire Protectio
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A Montgomery Creek man driving under a suspended license for DUI was arrested by Redding police Wednesday night after he crashed his sports utility vehicle and was later found hiding behind a hot tub, police said this morning.
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Another day of sunny skies and breezy winds are forecast for today in Redding and the surrounding region, forecasters with the National Weather Service in Sacramento say. Today’s high temperature in Redding should be near 63 degrees. A wind advisory issued by the National Weather Service remains in effect until 6 p.m. tod
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A Shasta County woman accused of killing her 4-day-old daughter is scheduled for a preliminary hearing on Dec. 15 to determine whether there is sufficient evidence to try her on the charge.
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A campground for the homeless in Redding? It is a terrible idea.
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Emma Sullivan, you're lucky you're not my daughter. (Dangerous sentence, I know: My daughters might agree.)
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Marv Van Voy, Redding
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Sometimes an attorney must make choices between alternatives when each choice has risks. Friday's article reporting that I have been sued by a client for negligence in not filing a timely claim inadequately reported the difficult choice between alternatives that needed to be made.
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This year's Turkey Trot was reported to be the largest on record, despite the drizzly weather. This event is a "not for profit" event, raising monies for many of the "less fortunate" organizations in our community. For 15 years our church (St. James Lutheran) has been passing out free coffee, hot chocola
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Redding’s dispensary ban will go into effect today after a Shasta County Superior Court judge Wednesday refused to issue a temporary restraining order sought by two attorneys representing five local dispensaries.
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In 1911: The man hunt for Indian Mike and his son Young Mike continued. Sheriff Montgomery and the members of his posse were many miles east and are on their way to Eagle Lake where they are expected to head off the Indians tomorrow.
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At least two people already are vying to unseat Shasta County Supervisor Glenn Hawes.
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You might have a tax refund check waiting to be cashed.
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Anderson's City Council on Tuesday will consider transferring its police dispatch services to the Redding-based center the city abandoned 15 years ago.
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A dog and cat that apparently teamed up to get their fill of Thanksgiving leftovers are being blamed for starting a Tuesday evening stove fire that spread and caused an estimated $175,000 in damage to a Reno Lane home in Redding and its contents.
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The Foothill High School football team followed its second straight share of the Eastern Athletic League North title by leading the way with nine selections on the all-league rosters that were released this week.
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The Shasta College women's basketball team notched its sixth win of the season with an 81-69 victory over Monterey College on the road Wednesday night.
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Justin Naber knows the good times won't last.
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The eagles were supposed to go live today.
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About 100 people, including members of Mothers Against Drunk Driving, police officers and others from the community came together Wednesday night for a memorial service at Athens and Cypress avenues to honor Penny and Michelle Maillet, whom drunken driver Robert Lee Watson killed when he drove into them at 84 mph Jan. 3, 19
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The Redding Rancheria Community Fund, administered by the Shasta Regional Community Foundation, has awarded 11 schools in Shasta and Trinity counties a total of $60,000 for physical education and the arts.
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One of the oldest local girls basketball tournaments is set to tip off for another year.
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If you are struggling with debt problems, you may be dealing with debt collectors calling you constantly.  Many of these items are very informative and helpful.  Nonetheless, no decision regarding your finances when you are struggling with debt should be made without consulting with a competent attorney, such a
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Ingredients 3/4 cup shortening, creamed 1 cup sugar 1 egg, beaten 1 teaspoon vanilla 1/4 cup molasses 1 teaspoon each ground cloves, ground ginger, ground cinnamon, sifted together 3 scant teaspoons baking soda 1/2 teaspoon salt 2 cups flour Directions 1. Mix flour, baking soda and spices. 2. Mix shortening, egg and vanilla
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Ingredients 2 1/4 cups all-purpose flour 1 teaspoon baking soda 1 teaspoon salt 1 cup (2 sticks) butter, softened 3/4 cups granulated sugar 3/4 cups packed brown sugar 1 teaspoon Mexican vanilla extract 2 large eggs 2 cups Nestle Toll House chocolate chips Directions 1. Preheat oven to 375 degrees. 2. Combine flour, baking
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Ingredients 1 package of vanilla almond bark 1 cup of creamy peanut butter 1 jar (16 ounces) of dry roasted peanuts 4 cups Rice Krispies 4 cups mini-marshmallows Directions 1. Take one package of almond bark and break into smaller pieces. 2. Put pieces into a large, deep pan. Put the pan in the oven at 300 degrees. Watch ca
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Ingredients 1 cup butter, softened 1/2 cup sugar 1 egg, separated 1 tablespoon half and half 1 teaspoon vanilla extract 2 cups all-purpose flour 1/2 teaspoon baking powder 1/2 cup finely chopped pecans Additional chopped pecans Halved red maraschino cherries or red jelly Directions 1. In a large mixing bowl, cream butter an
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Ingredients 1 1/2 cups all purpose flour 3/4 cup packed brown sugar 1/4 teaspoon salt 1/2 cup plus 2 tablespoons cold butter or margarine, divided 1 can (11 1/2 ounces) mixed nuts 1 cup butterscotch chips 1/2 cup light corn syrup Directions 1. In a bowl, combine flour, sugar and salt. 2. Cut in 1/2 cup of butter until mixtu
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Good to see some political weight behind this, which is the only way the to bring some kind of rational management of marijuana. From the L.A. Times: A pair of U.S. governors appealed to the Drug Enforcement Administration on Wednesday...
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Ingredients 1 large jar of Maraschino cherries with stems 1 to 2 pounds of chocolate-melt wafers 1 to 2 pounds of chocolate kisses sliced almonds 1 small tube of red cake gel Directions 1. Melt chocolate melts in 15- to 30-second increments in the microwave. 2. Peel paper off kisses and set aside. 3. Pick out almonds for ea
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Dessert Difficulty: Average Cooking and prep time: 1 hour 15 minutes Servings: 40 bars Ingredients 2-1/3 Cups of all purpose flour 2/3 cup packed brown sugar 1 cup (2 sticks) salted butter 2 cups semi-sweet chocolate chips (or chunks) 1 cup coarsley chopped walnuts 1 can sweetened condensed milk 1 10 ounce bag of toffee bii
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Ingredients 1 1/2 cups all-purpose flour 3/4 cup cocoa powder 1/4 teaspoon salt 1/4 heaping teaspoon finely ground black pepper 1 tablespoon instant espresso 1/2 teaspoon ground cinnamon 3/4 cup (1 1/2 sticks) unsalted butter, room temperature 1 cup granulated sugar 1 large egg 1 1/2 teaspoons pure vanilla extract Parchment
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Ingredients 1 cup crunchy peanut butter 2 cups powdered sugar ¼ cup softened butter 1 cup peanuts (ground fine in a coffee grinder) 12 ounces Dark or Semi-Sweet chocolate chips 2-inch piece of paraffin wax Chocolate chips Directions 1. Mix all, but chips and paraffin, together with an electric mixer until crumbly. Take a h
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Ingredients 2 1/4 Cup Flour 1 tsp. baking soda 1 Cup butter 1/4 Cup of sugar 3/4 Cup of brown sugar 1 tsp. vanilla 1 small package vanilla instant pudding 2 eggs 12 ounces chocolate chips 1/2 c. or more of walnuts Directions 1. Sift flour and baking soda. In separate bowl, mix butter, both sugars, vanilla, and vanilla puddi
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Back when we were a healthier lot, say 75 years ago and before, we ate fermented foods for health.
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Depression can be triggered by stressful events in your life, such as the death of someone you love, a divorce, chronic illness or loss of a job. Taking certain medicines, abusing drugs or alcohol or having other illnesses can also lead to depression. Depression is not caused by personal weakness, laziness or lack of willp
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Oral hygiene is not just about a nice smile or avoiding bad breath.
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On Sunday I will stand silently waiting in the predawn darkness for the stillness to be broken by a solitary gunshot, signaling the start of my race, a race that for me has its origins many years back. I began my running career nine years ago, dabbling in junior high, gaining momentum throughout high school. During my seni
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I wanted to get thoughts from the California Restaurant Association regarding the uptick in barbecue in Redding. But alas, the advocacy group's spokesman, Daniel Conway, was out of town and couldn't be reached before today's story
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A father goes to bar after court. *He's mad & yells; "All family court judges are morons!!"*A drunk guy at the end of bar yells; "I RESENT that!"*The father responds, "Why..., are YOU a family court judge?"*Slurring his words, the drunk guy replied, "Absolutely NOT, I'm a moron
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Placer Street at Willis Street in downtown Redding is down to one lane in each direction this afternoon after a wreck, dispatchers said.
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It's amazing how a canard, even if thoroughly debunked, can continue to circulate -- thanks to the glories of the Interwebs. And it's not just those political emails from your uncle. The other day Marc noted a USNews item about...
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Two pickups collided in Shasta Lake, leaving one on its side in the roadway and another with its roof caved in this afternoon.
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The Red Bluff Art Gallery will be showing the work of Lake California artist John Norman Stewart during the month of December, 2011. He will be displaying his work up front in the Windows Gallery and is concentrating on displaying smaller pieces that are done in oil and acrylics. John studied art at Chouinard Art [...]
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Santa's Whiskers
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Dessert Difficulty: Easy Cooking and prep time: 30 minutes Servings: 24 Ingredients Wax paper Ritz Crackers Your favorite peanut butter 1/2 package of Almond Bark 10oz 12 oz package semi-sweet chocolate chips Mini Mint Chips (optional) Directions 1. Lay wax paper on counter top. Take 48 Ritz Crackers put your favorite peanu
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Cookies & Cream Fudge
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Dessert Difficulty: Average Cooking and prep time: 1 hour, 15 minutes Servings: 3 dozen Ingredients 1 cup creamy peanut butter, divided 4 ½ tsp. butter, softened ½ cup confectioners’ sugar ½ tsp. salt 2 cups semisweet chocolate chips 4 Hershey Bars - (1.5 oz. each) coarsley chopped Chocolate or colored sprinkles, if de
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Dessert Difficulty: Average Cooking and prep time: 1 hour 45 minutes Servings: 2 1/2 dozen Ingredients 1 ¼ cups all-purpose flour ½ cup confectioners’ sugar 1 1/2 c. sweet butter - divided 5 tbsp. corn syrup One 10-oz. can sweetened condensed milk 1 tsp. vanilla 7 oz. semisweet chocolate 1 tbsp. safflower oil Directions
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Dessert Difficulty: Easy Cooking time: 45 Minutes Servings: 25 to 36 pieces Ingredients 1 Cube Butter (1/2 Cup) 1 Package Graham Crackers (Half a box) crushed - about 1-1/2 Cups 1 Cup Dark Chocolate Chips 1 Cup White Chocolate Chips 1 Cup Butterscotch Chips 1 Cup Coconut 1 Can (14 Oz.) Sweetened Condensed Milk 1 Cup Chopped
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Cookie Dough Truffles
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Dessert Difficulty: Average Cooking and prep time: 1 hour 30 minutes Servings: 3 dozen Ingredients 3 1/4 cups all-purpose flour 1/2 tsp baking soda 1/4 tsp salt 1 tsp ground cinnamon 2 tsp ground ginger 1/4 tsp ground cloves 1 cup salted butter, softened 3/4 cup dark brown sugar, firmly packed 1 large egg 1/2 cup unsulfured
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Dessert Difficulty: Easy Cooking time: 5 Minutes Servings: 16 Ingredients 3 cups semisweet chocolate chips 1 (14 ounce) can sweetened condensed milk 1/4 cup butter 1 cup chopped walnuts (optional) Directions 1. Place chocolate chips, sweetened condensed milk, and butter or margarine in large microwaveable bowl. Zap in micro
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Dessert Difficulty: Easy Cooking and prep time: 1 hour, 15 minutes Ingredients 3/4 cup butter, softened 1 cup sugar 1/3 cup 2 percent milk 3/4 tsp. peppermint extract 1/2 tsp. vanilla extract 2 cups all-purpose flour 1/3 cup baking cocoa 1/4 cup cornstarch 1/2 tsp. salt 1 lb. dark chocolate or white candy coating, melted As
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Dessert Difficulty: Easy Cooking time: 15 Minutes Servings: 40 to 60 bars Ingredients 1 cup butter 2 cups semi-sweet chocolate chips 1 cup packed brown sugar 1-2 cups finely chopped walnuts 40 saltine crackers Directions 1. Preheat oven to 350. 2. Arrange saltines in a single layer on a cookie sheet with sides. Do not overl
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Almond Star Cookies
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ANDERSON - A search is on for two people who ran away from law enforcement officers following a vehicle pursuit, a spokeswoman with the Shasta County Sheriff's Office said.
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A Shasta County woman accused of murdering her 4-day-old daughter is scheduled to have a preliminary hearing on Dec. 15 to determine whether there is sufficient evidence to have her stand trial.
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This Saturday, Dec. 3rd, is the annual "Old Time Holiday" celebration at Shasta State Historic Park and the Tower House Historic District at Whiskeytown National Recreation Area. If the State of California does what they say they will do with...
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A Dec. 20 preliminary hearing was scheduled this morning in Shasta County Superior Court for a 21-year-old Redding man accused of murdering a transient by repeatedly stabbing him and slitting his throat.
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CHICO – An anonymous caller who telephoned in a bomb threat this morning forced the evacuation of the student services center at the California State University, Chico.
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No love at all for the latest high-speed rail plan from the Legislative Analyst's Office, reports the Mercury-News. The state's top analyst on Tuesday not only questioned the legality of launching a high speed-train, but also warned legislators that starting...
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One imagines the scene. Dark clouds hang over the landlords of the many local marijuana collectives as the City of Redding charges Code Enforcement to shutter their tenant’s doors. Now
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Feeling squeezed? According to the latest Case Shiller index,
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A Tuesday night fire damaged a Reno Lane home in Redding and killed a dog and a cat, a Redding Fire Department spokesman said this morning.
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Sunny skies, breezy winds and a high temperature near 60 degrees are in Redding’s weather forecast for today. A wind advisory is in effect from 9 a.m. today to 6 p.m. Thursday. Forecasters with the National Weather Service in Sacramento say Redding residents can expect north, northwest winds to be between 11 and 17 mph to
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SACRAMENTO — A Redding man sentenced last year to 25 years to life in prison for murdering a Redding woman more than 23 years ago had his conviction upheld Tuesday by the Third District Court of Appeal.
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Redding firefighters went to the 5700 block of Reno Lane on Tuesday night where smoke and flames were seen inside a residence.
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The 2010 prep boys basketball season ended with top teams competing against out-of-area talent in the state playoffs.
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The movement to boost economic prosperity in Tehama County is about to come into sharper focus, with the imminent return of a consultant advising the community.
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Redding is one step closer to having a legal homeless campground now that a Mountain Gate man has donated around 18 acres to possibly be used for camping.
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Two California attorneys representing a coalition of five Redding medical marijuana dispensaries saw a temporary restraining order they sought to block the city's ban on the storefront operations denied this morning in Shasta County Superior Court.
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The Anderson High School girls basketball team opened the season with a 48-35 road victory over Orland on Tuesday.
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The Knights put in easy basket after easy basket in a 75-53 win over American River College on Tuesday night.
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Paradise's 40-7 win over Foothill in the Northern Section Division I championship football game moved the Bobcats into a third-place tie for most section titles won by a school.
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Has Redding gone hog wild for barbecue?
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In 1911: Alden Anderson stated that the Shasta County Savings Bank would be reorganized as soon as the attorneys could go through the necessary steps, the amount of incorporation to be raised from $25,000 to $100,000.
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For the first time in a year, Redding wasn't one of the nation's 20 fastest depreciating housing markets in a quarterly federal index.
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A "suspicious" package left outside a California Highway Patrol building Tuesday night that brought out the bomb squad turned out to be an empty leather satchel, officials said.
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A propane tanker that rolled over on Highway 299 about 2½ miles east of Big Bar late Tuesday afternoon blocked both lanes in Trinity County into the night and this morning.
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Acknowledging no one currently provides oversight for aircraft flown for government work, the National Transportation Safety Board is holding a two-day forum starting today in Washington, D.C., to discuss who should address safety concerns raised after a spate of recent "public aircraft" crashes, including a 2008 he
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Every financial problem America faces in the 21st century is not, at bottom, the fault of our aging society and, especially, the rapidly retiring baby boomers. But it can sure look that way sometimes.
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Now that Newt Gingrich has become the latest in a series of Republican front-runners, he is getting the kinds of scrutiny and attacks that have done in other front-runners.
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With all the holidays coming up, is there a way to cut down the fat in my baked goods? Fat ensures that your baked goods are moist and tender, but you can dial it down and still make them delectable with a few basic swaps.
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Redding firefighters are going to the 5700 block of Reno Lane tonight where smoke and flames were seen inside a residence.
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Crown Camera on Market Street in downtown Redding will host a free lighting expo from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Saturday at the store.
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A “suspicious” package left outside a California Highway Patrol building tonight that brought out the bomb squad turned out to be an empty leather satchel, officials said.
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Some critics, including lawyers at the Securities and Exchange Commission, complain that Judge Jed Rakoff's ruling tossing out a settlement with Citigroup over alleged "negligence" that cost investors $700 million could backfire and make it more difficult to prosecute financial...
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Celebrate and Honor the Light on the Darkest Day of the Year at the Interfaith Sacred Service!
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Earn your degree from home.
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A local boy chosen to represent his community as a Student Ambassador in Europe
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Reports are compiled by Western Outdoor News. Call 800-290-2929. BEST BITES SHASTA LAKE — Look for surface activity, but you will depend on your graphs more now as the bait is moving up and down the water column and all over the lake. Cripplures and Humdingers in silver or UV are doing the trick from Ski Island to the Jon
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Notwithstanding a hearing tomorrow on several medical-marijuana collectives' request for a temporary restraining order against Redding's ordinance ordering a shutdown, the city might not have to do much to enforce its own law. Why? As City Attorney Rick Duvernay has...
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Mr. Jesrani will be a regular monthly guest on KCNR 1460am Free Fire Radio with Carl & Linda Bott, every second Tuesday of the month.  Hear his first guest appearance, where he discussed and took calls on
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A propane tanker that rolled over on Highway 299 about 2.6 miles east of Big Bar late this afternoon still is blocking both lanes in Trinity County.
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A Redding man arrested last month after he allegedly physically abused his 80-year-old mother was sentenced today in Shasta County Superior Court to 240 days in jail and ordered to be on formal probation for three years.
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MOUNT SHASTA - A 14-year-old Eureka girl killed Sunday in a traffic wreck was identified today by the California Highway Patrol.
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Two California attorneys representing a coalition of five medical marijuana dispensaries in Redding will come before a Shasta County Superior Court judge Wednesday to seek a temporary restraining order to block a ban on the storefront operations.
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But still one of the greatest rockers ever. Here's "Taxman," George Harrison's breakthrough song (pole position on "Revolver") on the 10th anniversary of his death, at 58, from cancer:...
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HAPPY CAMP – A 71-year-old Happy Camp woman who became lost Saturday while out hunting for mushrooms to pick was found late that night.
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SHASTA LAKE – A 15-year-old Shasta Lake boy has been arrested on suspicion of possession of stolen property and petty theft after he apparently stole items out of parked cars and pickups, sheriff’s deputies reported today.
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Anderson was originally located on Pierson B. Reading's Mexican land grant, Rancho Buena Ventura. After his death in 1868, James Haggin and Edward Frisbie bought the land that would become Anderson. A few years later in 1872, Elias Anderson, owner...
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CalWatchdog's Steven Greenut, a column of whose on Defend Rural America we published a few weeks back, follows up with another take. He makes a lot of good points, but then there's this: Along with a host of other issues,...
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A Siskiyou County jail inmate was found dead in her cell last week, a spokeswoman with the sheriff's office reported today.
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Emergency crews were kept busy this morning after two separate traffic accidents occurred within only minutes of each other.
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Car explosions. Now brought to you in super slow motion.
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Driving up Pine Street the other day, past the burned hulk and recently broken windows that used to be King Richard's auto dealership brought to mind the Broken Window Theory of criminology. See here. Rudy Guiliani certainly would not approve....
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A $98,000 grant has been awarded to the Redding Police Department for the continued operation of a countywide Avoid the Six DUI enforcement campaign.
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ANDERSON – A 29-year-old Anderson man was arrested early this morning on suspicion of assault with a deadly weapon after he admitted to stabbing another man, police said.
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Patchy fog should clear away by 10 a.m. and leave Redding and the surrounding area with sunny skies for the rest of the day, forecasters with the National Weather Service in Sacramento say. Today’s high in Redding will be near 68 degrees, while tonight’s low will be around 40 degrees. Sunny skies are expected to prevail
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Why do we call Social Security and Medicare “entitlements”? That word makes it sound like some kind of a handout. It is not a handout. I started paying into Social Security when I was 15 and got my first job that did not involve yard work. I started paying into Medicare when it first came [...]
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Please join the Green Film Series and Growing Local for a screening of The Economics of Happiness. This film describes a world moving in two opposing directions. As governments and big business continue to push for "growth" in the form of increased global trade, we are seeing a host of problems including financial volatilit
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Whiskeytown National Recreation Area will display recent works by North State artist Debee Holland-Olson at the park’s visitor center from Friday, November 25 through January 14, 2012. “The pieces on display are inspired by my summer long stay in the park. Through plein-air studies, photographs, and personal accounts I
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“The scenic drive through Lassen Volcanic National Park has been transformed by the recent storms to a scenic winter trail,” announced Park Superintendent Darlene M. Koontz. During this time of year, frequent winter storms blanket the main park road with snow and ice. The park road can no longer safely be plowed through
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Of all the gestures that demonstrate true friendship, offering up a life-saving kidney — as Redding business owner John Williams did for restaurateur Jim Gironda — is as noble as they come.
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If there's one thing that's become completely clear about California's proposed system of bullet trains, it's this: If the project is ever built, it won't look much like what voters approved in 2008, when they OK'd almost $10 billion worth of bonds to help pay for it.
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Recently five people were killed in a Marina facility for disabled adults.
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I used to attend Bethel Church many years ago. So what prompted me to leave a church that is close to my home and attend a church that is 10 miles away?
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About 225 people nearly filled the Veterans Hall in downtown Redding on Monday night for an emotionally-charged forum on the proposal to close the mail-processing center on Churn Creek Road.
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NAMPA, Idaho — A 75-year-old lawyer who fought private property rights battles alongside Idaho U.S. Rep. Helen Chenoweth and her Nevada rancher husband, Wayne Hage, in the 1990s is still cultivating the Sagebrush Rebellion's roots.
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Police said a gas leak at a former downtown Redding business Monday was caused by someone trying to steal copper.
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About 225 people nearly filled the Veterans Hall in downtown Redding on Monday night for an emotionally-charged forum on the proposal to close the mail-processing center on Churn Creek Road.
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The Anderson Moose Lodge will host its monthly flea market from 8 a.m. to noon Saturday.
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SAN FRANCISCO — After weeks of haggling over a price, Central California crab fishermen and seafood processors have come to an agreement and the 2011 Dungeness season is under way.
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In 1911: A trail of tragedy has flowed in the wake of last week's shooting at McArthur. Two are dead and two are wounded with the likely possibility of more fatalities before the capture of Indian Mike and his son, Young Mike, is affected.
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A 66-year-old Redding woman was justified in shooting a would-be intruder after he tried to break into her home last month, the Shasta County district attorney's office said Monday.
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Mothers Against Drunk Driving Shasta County will hold a candlelight vigil and dedicate a memorial to DUI victims Wednesday evening in Redding, as well as commemorate the 30th anniversary of a state Supreme court ruling that makes California drivers eligible for a murder charge if they kill someone while driving under the in
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MOUNT SHASTA — A 14-year-old Eureka girl was killed Sunday and five others, including two young children, were injured when a southbound sport utility vehicle went off Interstate 5 and rolled over.
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Organizers for this year's World AIDS Day observance in Redding said they expect as many as 60 participants in Thursday's awareness march.
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Conservation groups are warning that Gov. Jerry Brown's plan to slash the state's vehicle fleet could have consequences for California wildlife and their habitats.
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A Redding man who has pleaded not guilty and not guilty by reason of insanity in the death of a homeless man in 2009 may be going to trial next year.
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As the seasons change, we move indoors from the field to the hardwood. The 42nd Annual Boys’ Harlan Carter Invitational Basketball Tournament is set to take place from December 1-3 at Shasta High School, while the 38th Annual Girls’ Harlan Carter Invitational Basketball Tournament is set to take place from December 8-10
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All Saints Episcopal Church in Redding welcomes everyone to four Tuesday evening Advent reflection services leading up to Christmas. Advent is a season of reflection in preparation for the celebration of Jesus' birth. These contemplative experiences of music, prayer and readings will be held from 5:30 to 6:30 p.m. on Nov. 2
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The primary cause of deaths on our local streets and highways remains Drunk Driving and the ‘Avoid the SIX’ DUI Task Force will keep up with its DUI enforcement in Shasta County as a result of a recent $98,000 grant awarded by the California Office of Traffic Safety to the Redding Police Department. Redding Police [...]
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On Saturday, January 14, 2012, two legendary West Coast literary agents will appear at an all-day event to be held in Redding, California from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. This event is put on by Writers Forum, a Shasta County organization granted nonprofit status in 1983. It offers area writers a rare opportunity to spend [...]
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See who was at what recent event.
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I never meant to instigate a fight between my sister and her daughter. Why would I want to do that? Lord knows, when it comes to fighting, they don't need any help from me.
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A 66-year-old Redding woman was justified in shooting a would-be intruder after he tried to break into her home last month, the Shasta County District Attorney’s Office said today.
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Police say that a gas leak at a former downtown Redding business this afternoon was caused by someone trying to steal copper from the building.
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A Cottonwood man convicted of child abuse in connection with a December 2009 beating of a 7-year-old boy saw his sentencing moved to Dec. 19 Monday in Shasta County Superior Court.
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Reuters gives us an in-depth look at this weekend's shopping crush. The piece emphasizes a point that Michael Niemira, chief economist for the International Council of Shopping Centers, made in a
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When I was younger I often felt grateful when I received something tangible that I had sought or when a specific situation worked out as I had hoped. I was less interested in being grateful for the insight or personal growth that might accompany my not receiving what I wanted.
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Tehama County deputies are looking for three people who reportedly broke into a Dairyville home early Sunday, assaulted one of the residents and tried to steal medical marijuana.
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A 49-year-old Los Molinos man was arrested Sunday after reportedly firing a shotgun in his neighborhood while intoxicated, according to the Tehama County Sheriff’s Office.
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Voices of Faith — Dec. 3, 2011: The Buddhist holiday Bodhi Day, Thursday, commemorates the day Buddha Siddhartha Gautauma experienced enlightenment. What does it mean to be enlightened?
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MOUNT SHASTA - A 14-year-old Eureka girl was killed Sunday and five others, including two young children, were injured when a southbound sport utility vehicle went off Interstate 5 and rolled over.
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A Redding man who has pleaded not guilty and not guilty by reason of insanity in the death of a homeless man in 2009 may be going to trial next year.
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...was mentioned in today's 1911 Today in History entry for receiving "...a carload of bird's-eye maple, for the entire reflooring of the Big Store." The Big Store was officially known as the McCormick-Saeltzer Store. It grew in size over the...
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Thankfullness is over, apparently. The normally thin Monday paper today bulges with Notices of Trustee Sale (NOTS). A bit shocking to find 2 pages of them un
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A kitchen fire destroyed a single-wide mobile home off Lake Boulevard in Redding Sunday night and claimed the life of a pet cat, while a flue fire that broke out around the same time caused about $80,000 in damage to a Shingletown area home.
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Redding residents can expect to see a lot of sun this week, forecasters with the National Weather Service in Sacramento say. It should be partly sunny for the first part of today before gradually becoming sunny. Today’s high temperature should be near 64 degrees and the low will be around 42 degrees. The forecast for Tues
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Blush Catering and Slow Food Shasta Cascade cordially invite you to join us for an interactive dining experience this holiday season. The meal will highlight products from Chaffin Family Orchards, GRUB, Morse Farms, North Valley Farms Chèvre, and Turri Family farms. Come meet the farmers as we dine together to celebrate co
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Employees of the City of Redding and Shasta County have launched their annual “kettle contest,” ringing bells to raise money for the Salvation Army. City Manager Kurt Starman and Supervisor Les Baugh kicked off the friendly competition on Monday, ringing bells at Walmart. In the weeks before Christmas, City and County e
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Join Liberty Arts this Friday night as we celebrate our final exhibition of the year: “Stretching the Truth: Interpreting the World Through Photography” This exhibit will confuse fact and fiction as regional artists show us how they use the camera lens to capture – and alter – a moment in time. OPENING RECEPTION: St
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You can't build it today for that price.
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If you ever caught a fish as contorted and ugly as the policies governing California's rare fisheries, you'd wonder what nuclear plant's cooling pond the mutant had been feeding in.
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"Postal Center move on tap, Redding could lose up to 70 Jobs," was reported on the Record Searchlight front page Nov. 18. Information in this one-sided article was from the U.S. Postal Service. Due to the lack of good investigating reporting, there were no inquires to the unions that represent the 70 impacted "j
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The Great Recession, as some call it, has a double-barreled impact on California retailers — especially those who sell non-necessity goods.
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California's system of placing high school sports teams in leagues and sections is like great wine, sunny beaches and millions of acres of prime agricultural land: Purely California.
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In 1911: A carload of bird's-eye maple, for the entire reflooring of the Big Store, arrived and was at once unloaded to begin the work of laying new floor just as fast as the old was taken up. The work was being done at night to avoid any interference with business in the store. The cost of the wood and laying was $2,50
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Redding police officers stayed busy early Sunday morning thanks to a slew of crimes reported in downtown Redding, including a domestic violence assault, a stabbing, drug dealing and a massive brawl between a bar security team and some 50 patrons, police said.
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Local wood stove shop owners and installers say they're seeing an uptick in people switching to their products to save on energy costs in the floundering economy.
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I had five days in a row off and I was busy every day with cooking and cleaning and whatnot. Now it is Sunday night and I'm trying to pull the long weekend together and get ready for another day at work tomorrow. We had Thanksgiving dinner on Friday and it was just lovely. The few days before had been cold and r
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Dear readers, did I mention last week how thankful I am for you? Although writing Mistress of the Mix is immensely satisfying to me personally, I really appreciate all the support and generally nice things ya'all have to say about the column and my musical choices for the accompanying playlists. Music is my passion, and [..
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Two structure fires are reportedly burning tonight in Shasta County.
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“Food for Fines” returns to all branches of the Shasta Public Libraries. Bring a can of food to donate and wipe $1.00 off of outstanding library fines, up to $10 per customer. Donated food will be given to Shasta Senior Nutrition Programs Food Bank, Anderson Cottonwood Christian Assistance and The Kitchen: Community Bey
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Hailee Lollar, a senior at Foothill High, won in the 58 kilogram (127 lb) weight class in the Olympic Snatch and Clean and Jerk at the Don Wilson Golden West Open. The Don Wilson Open is a Pacific Weightlifting Association (PWA) sanctioned event. PWA is Northern California's local weightlifting committee of USA Weightliftin
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This is my first submission for Six Sentence Sunday. Nighttime Jitters He’s too lazy to spin the cap back on the bottle of bourbon. Maybe he’s too drunk, but it doesn’t matter anyway, he thinks, since maybe, just maybe, bourbon
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The caverns were also known as Baird Cave; today they are known as Lake Shasta Caverns. They were long used by the Wintu Indian people before white men lived here. Geologists describe them as 250-million-year-old limestone caves dominated by stalactites...
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Our Mars mission that took off yesterday is nothing if not ambitious. If you haven’t seen it, check out this inspiring HD video from JPL that describes how Curiosity will land. It will be amazing if it goes as hoped. Best wishes from Redding to the Red Planet!
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Redding police officers stayed busy early this morning thanks to a slew of crimes reported at Johnny’s Cathouse downtown, including a domestic violence assault, a stabbing, drug dealing and a massive brawl between the bar’s security team and some 50 patrons, police said.
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Skies should be mostly sunny today in the Redding area, though the National Weather Service in Sacramento has issued a morning fog warning for the northern Sacramento Valley. Fog should dissipate by 10 a.m., forecasters said. The high should reach 59 degrees, while the low temperature tonight should be 44 degrees. Expec
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It's often said that government should run like a business.
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The first storms of winter roll through our valley with barely a pause for fall. The wind wakes me with a wet splatter of sound, bringing a sense of defeated urgency as I suddenly remember the last trip in the car and the fresh air blowing through open windows. Windows I didn't roll up. I hesitate within the morning war
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I have always been — and continue to be — a fervent supporter of dams. I believe we need more dams, not fewer. They are invaluable because of their many benefits, including as a source of abundant and cheap electricity, protection from flooding, and recreational opportunities (including the economic benefits the
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I'm speaking out to garner support from the community to help save the 70-plus jobs that may be leaving our town and to prevent a change in a service that so many of us take for granted.
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People who make things also invent things. Inventions create new jobs and prosperity. America leads in aviation because of the Wright Brothers' invention of the airplane in 1903. The brothers didn't have to invent the crafts of metal- and woodworking. Plenty of industrious people had those skills.
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It looks like the supercommittee failed to reach an agreement. Our 401(k)s will take a hit and the economy will slow a bit next year, but what could be done? The irreconcilable difference was that the Republicans thought all of the sacrifices should be made by the poor and middle class. The Democrats thought almost all of t
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Americans across the political spectrum were shocked last week by pictures of a University of California, Davis police officer pepper-spraying protesters at an on-campus demonstration. But the incident isn't isolated: As the Occupy Wall Street protests have coalesced around the country, officers in Oakland and New York
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There are 16 senators co-sponsoring a bill to effectively abolish the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency. Perusing the list, one finds that most of them come from bucolic locales in the rural West, Midwest and South.
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What with all the protests and talk about "rights," people should remember that all of our rights are limited.
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There is a business in Redding that had its windows broken during a recent crime spree. It is called the Fuji Restaurant on Placer Street in Redding.
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Carissa Milbrandt and Jarrod Gregory, both of Cedar City, Utah, are engaged to be married May 26, 2012, at the groom's parents' home in Cottonwood. The bride-elect is the daughter of Mary Kopman of St. George, Utah; and Barry Milbrandt of Kalispel, Mont. She is a graduate of Eastern Washington University in Spokane, Wash.,
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Elizabeth Gregory of Klamath Falls, Ore., and Tim Nielsen of Gazelle are engaged to be married July 14, 2012, at TN Cattle Company Ranch in Gazelle. The bride-elect is the daughter of Tom and Stephenie Gregory of Cottonwood. She graduated from West Valley High School in 2005. She graduated from California State University,
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Renae Stramaglia and Joe Sells, both of Redding, were married Sept. 24, 2011, at the home of Jennifer and Lee Young in Redding. Rob Rudkin officiated. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Paul Weber of Lake Shastina; and Vincent Stramaglia of Shelter Cove. She graduated from Shasta High School in 1984. She works at S
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Janessa Hoppe and Daniel Imlach, both of Cottonwood, were married Oct. 1, 2011, at the Ponderosa Ridge Ranch in Anderson. The ceremony was followed by a reception at the same place. Bob Wallenberg officiated. The bride is the daughter of Bob and Berna Cummings of Redding. She graduated from Enterprise High School in 2004.
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Holiday travel can feel anything but merry and bright. Traffic on the highways, crowded trains, and plane delays at airports can make the holidays the most often, but least favorite, of travel times.
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One major complaint among the current protesters seems to center around the large amount of college loans accumulated by recent college graduates.
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Dear Straight Talk: Regarding last week's column about the boy who committed suicide, a friend of mine also did lots of increasingly negative drinking, smoking weed and partying. None of it seemed too out of the ordinary until she attempted suicide. I wish I had realized the extent of her pain. What should I have looked for
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I'm entering a new season with my daughter, Payton. She doesn't need me to manage as many details of her life like I used to; she's slowly taking over that. She is 11 after all, a tween. I suppose this is the appropriate time she starts assuming more responsibility and autonomy.
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This month we are thankful, as jolly only comes in December.
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From video gamers to "Star Wars" lovers to gadget collectors, we all have nerds in our lives. As the holidays approach, many of you will be wondering where to find a suitably cool gift for your own nerdy friends or family members. This week we've pulled together a list of some of our favorite places for fun nerd toys, gear
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Q: We have a few residents and a lot of deer here on the Presidio of Monterey. Our problem is the deer have been very aggressive toward some people recently. I want to warn our residents and students to steer clear of them during the rutting/mating season but the message would be best received coming from an expert. Would y
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Experience a winter wonderland with the Women's Fitness and Adventure Club, led by Sara Briley, on Saturday, Dec. 17 at the Mt. Shasta Nordic Center. Fee is $20. A pre-trip meeting will be held 7 p.m. Dec. 7 at the Caldwell Recreation Center to discuss the basics of equipment, proper attire, conditioning, details of the
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When I practice my duck and goose calls in the house, squealing like a pack of randy marmots, she doesn't complain.
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It was a photo finish Saturday at the CIF state cross-country championships in Fresno where West Valley's Jenna Storms finished in 18th place to barely edge out teammate Hannah Dorman, who captured 19th place, out of 194 runners in the Division IV girls race.
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The main road through Lassen Volcanic National Park is full of snow, but it's now open for cross-country skiing and snowshoeing.
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This has been a late, but long-lasting fall color season in California, among the best in the past decade for color.
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Dear Babe: We have a signed Manny Ramirez Red Sox store-bought jersey. It's in a 26x32 wall-mount display case. We received it as a gift when Manny was the golden boy for the Sox. It is a size-44 jersey. The signature is on the "2" in the "24." — Jim Abbot, Milford, N.H.
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Q: During trips on I-5, I get stuck behind a vehicle in the left lane traveling under the speed limit. I try to stay a safe distance behind and hope the driver notices me without using obnoxious tactics.
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COTTONWOOD — Dannyn Myers saw her patience rewarded here Saturday afternoon as she was the first in line to see Santa Claus at the community's annual Old Fashion Day.
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For the second time in her life, Lisa Rupp is homeless.
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In 1911: Sensations were piling up fast in the Fleming murder trial and the biggest of them all was sprung when a clash occurred in court between Sheriff James Montgomery and Special Prosecutor for the People Charles Braynard. It looked like a gunfight, and weapons were flashed on the scene, although they were not drawn by
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RED BLUFF —An Oregon man has been sentenced to nearly six years in prison in connection with a fatal Cottonwood area traffic accident that claimed the life of a Southern California man.
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CORNING — Touted as a sensory experience visitors won't soon forget, a local olive oil company is inviting the public to witness its mandarin orange and Meyer lemon crush for the first time.
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CHP officers will collect toys at the CHiPs for Kids Booth at the Mt. Shasta Mall:
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Redding Electric Utility's policy of red-tagging homes where power has been shut off remains an issue despite billing policy changes designed to help struggling utility customers avoid disconnection for nonpayment.
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"Don't panic!"
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Advent is a time to push away distraction and prepare for the coming of the Lord. As with every year, I am going to give up blogging, facebook, etc...for advent and focus my time and energy on preparing for
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Well, we know it has a tile roof and mailbox. It’s listed as a 1977 built 3/2 of about 1643 sqft. Located on a nice street bordering a greenbelt in West Redding, we suspect it
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The Redding area will dry off from recent rains starting today and lasting at least through next week
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It was part of the operation at the Holt & Gregg Brick Manufacturing Plant in Anderson and became a well-known Shasta County landmark. It was constructed in 1909 and was dynamited in 1947 when the land on which it stood...
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Seasonal precipitation has returned with relative gentleness on the Valley portions of the North State along with some frosts and early enticing snow in the foothills and high country. Our scenic California oak grasslands and wetlands are greening and filling; deciduous blue oaks, sycamores, maples and alders drop their sum
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The defendant on trial in the 2009 death of Adam Martinez was Lennart Christian Schauman.
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Predictably, last week's column — my impressions of a recent early Sunday service at Bethel Church — generated a lot of online comments. And, as they say, a good bit more heat than light.
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Re: Alex Landi's "GOP can't veer too far right." (letter, Monday): I go along with what he has to say. I like what he says, "There is a great deal at stake. So again I say choose wisely!" I would like to add some history to this, if I may.
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My heart broke when I was reading the Monday paper and came across almost two and a half pages of "NOTICE OF TRUSTEES SALES," in which people are basically losing their homes due to foreclosure.
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This fall may not have been as strong a season for cross country standouts as years past, but the Northern Section still has a chance to change that at the CIF state championships today at Woodward Park in Fresno.
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Not many people know of the Canadian sensation from Shasta College.
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The Shasta College men's basketball team lost its second straight game in a rout, 67-43, at the hands of Alameda College at the Butte College Classic in Oroville on Friday night.
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North state shoppers celebrated midnight madness Friday in droves.
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A 24-year-old Redding man arrested Sunday for stealing a sleeping firefighter's car was arrested again Thursday night after stealing a new car from a local dealership and leading deputies on a 100 mph chase, Shasta County sheriff's deputies said.
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A proposed rock plant on Flintstone Avenue has caused a few ripples of controversy.
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Ever since Aqueela Zoll was in second grade, she's wanted to help people.
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In 1911: Former Redding resident W. H. Mundy was a chicken wizard. He moved to Lodi two years ago and created one of the most complete and modern chicken plants in the state. His laying house was more than 40 feet long and what was formerly done by hand on his old style Redding chicken ranch was done in Lodi automatically a
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OAK RUN — A 25-year-old Oak Run man was electrocuted early Friday morning by downed power lines after his pickup went off Oak Run to Fern Road east of Oak Run Road and struck a power pole, California Highway Patrol officials said.
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Though a state proposal to shutter services caused a scare for Shasta County's only Adult Day Health Care program earlier this year, a settlement reached last week will likely allow all of the area's current participants to continue to get care through a similar program.
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A 23-year-old Burney man was arrested in Anderson today after reportedly making threats of gun violence, Anderson police said.
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A 31-year-old homeless man was arrested today leading officers on a short chase on a reportedly stolen bicycle, Redding police said.
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No explanation needed. From SNL, NPR's "Delicious Dish," your Video Friday:
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Shopping for a poinsettia? Look for strong stems and an abundance of healthy, green foliage. Bracts should be thoroughly colored with no green edges around the bract edges. The presence of tight yellow cyathia (cluster of flowers) in the center of the bracts is an indication the poinsettia is fresh. Ideally, there shouldn
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Burning leaves puts soot and small particles into the air and wastes a valuable organic resource.
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Joyce Hinkle got the Master Gardeners program started in Shasta County and worked in many other ways to improve the community. She died Nov. 11 at age 75.
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Upcoming holiday events include Cottonwood Library's Christmas Home Tour, Shasta College's holiday plant sale and Turtle Bay Exploration Park's wreath-making class.
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Leaf mold, a great soil amendment, is easy to make. Just gather leaves into a pile and let them rot.
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Ask Anna columnist Anna Moseley offers suggestions for using baking soda as an air freshener.
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I have an old peach tree in my yard, variety unknown. We love the flavor and would like to clone it. Can you tell us how?
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California Highway Patrol officers and medics raced to two separate wrecks early this afternoon in Bella Vista and Cottonwood.
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Despite prodding from my family, I did not make it out at midnight today for Black Friday. No, I slept in and was out in front of Kmart at 4 a.m., along with some 200 other shoppers who were waiting for the Hilltop Drive retailer to open at 5 o'clock. Reports were it was madness at the stores that did ope
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A 25-year-old Oak Run man was electrocuted early this morning by a downed power line after his pickup went off Oak Run to Fern Road east of Oak Run Road and struck a power pole, California Highway Patrol officials said.
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What town is this? Welcome to the weekly History Mystery Photo Contest. If you're the first person to give the correct answer, you'll win a $10 gift certificate from River City Java plus an award certificate with your name and...
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North state shoppers celebrated midnight madness today in droves.
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A 51-year-old Redding man was arrested early this morning after allegedly breaking into an electronics shop and hiding from deputies who went to investigate.
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Our Black Friday special. This one seems priced aggressively for a quick sale. Pools and 4 car garages are often in demand. This is a nice neighborhood. It’s listed as a ’
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A 24-year-old Redding man, who was arrested Sunday for stealing a sleeping firefighter's car, was arrested last night after stealing a new car from a local dealership and leading deputies on a 100 mph chase.
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A 30-year-old Cottonwood man needed 22 staples to close his head wounds and suffered a 6-inch gash in his arm after being attacked in downtown Cottonwood on Thursday night, deputies say.
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Black Friday may brighten up this afternoon in Redding. According to the National Weather Service, there's a slight chance of showers this morning after 10 a.m. Later in the day it will be mostly sunny with a high near 57 degrees. Tonight will be partly cloudy, with a low around 42 degrees. Saturday will be mostly sunny
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Our Lady of Mercy Website (My Parish)
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Now entering their 4th season of performances, Artesan is taking their art form of dance to new heights by taking on the challenge of presenting their first ever winter show. Winterland is full of the unexpected - filled with daring new tricks, beautiful music and awe-inspiring choreography. This new work is Artesan's fresh
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Back in the 1960s and '70s, an unimpressive cinder block building on South Market Street was a liquor store. Later on it became, variously, Asian markets, Chef Paul Trout's Experience, and now Kanya Garden. Located virtually across the street from Racha Noodle, Kanya Garden had to offer up value and food to distract custome
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Want to feel like one of the luckier souls on the planet? Take 10 or 15 minutes to read the stories of domestic violence, childhoods spent bouncing between foster homes, terrible diseases and accidents, severe disabilities both physical and mental, job losses and foreclosures that have afflicted the hundreds of families par
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Democrats are unanimous in charging that the debt-reduction supercommittee collapsed because Republicans refused to raise taxes. Apparently, Republicans are in the thrall of one Grover Norquist, the anti-tax campaigner, whom Sen. John Kerry called "the 13th member of this committee without being there." Senate Major
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Golden Umbrella is seeking volunteers to be senior companions and foster grandparents.
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As part of its artist in residence program, Whiskeytown National Recreation Area will display works by north state artist Debee Holland-Olson at the park's visitor center today through Jan. 14.
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I have read in the Record Searchlight of many good Samaritans in our area.
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Personally I am all for the idea of "clean energy." Who wouldn't be? However, the devil is in the details. Your recent editorial on the subject and the clean energy article on Monday is the first thing I've seen in a long time that has hinted at the "details," even though they failed to provide any.
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There is upon the land an attitude by some that all Muslims are to be blamed for the 9/11 attack. Those with this attitude have failed to realize that the facts lead to a very different conclusion.
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Police said an intoxicated driver ran into a transformer early Thursday morning, knocking out power to several homes, including those in the Lake Redding Estates subdivision.
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Shasta County's 211 system is up and running.
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Redding restaurateur Jim Gironda has at least one thing in common with a 27-year-old woman he's never met — her kidney.
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Jeani Engstrom remembers riding the school bus to her first days at Nova High School.
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Here's a list of what's open and closed today in observance of the Thanksgiving holiday:
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In 1911: The most needed institution in Fall River Valley was a bank, said the Tidings newspaper. Early the previous spring there was talk of such a business but that was as far as the matter ever went. "We have every reason to believe that a bank would be well patronized when one considers that we are almost 100 miles
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Kimberly Kemb and her daughter Lala Mines were stuck on Thanksgiving.
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At Thursday's Turkey Trot, Andrew Darker was, like many others, wanting to help a good cause.
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Shasta County deputies are looking for the driver of an apparently stolen car who led them on a short chase tonight in the Cottonwood area.
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Nov. 25, 1949, was the first day television was seen in Shasta County.
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From an LA Times piece about California's booming agricultural sector, a bright spot in the state's economy: "You ask the average person what California does better than any other place in the world, where we have the most innovation and...
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At this year’s Turkey Trot, Andrew Darker was, like many others, hoping to help a good cause. But unlike other runners, he ran the six miles clad in fatigues and camo pants, with a 50-pound ruck sack on his back.
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Police said an intoxicated driver ran into a transformer early this morning, knocking out power to several homes including those in the Lake Redding Estates subdivision.
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Thanksgiving will be wet, with light rain in the morning that will clear up after 10 a.m.
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PARADISE — Someone once defined insanity as doing the same thing over and over but expecting different results.
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THANKSGIVING DAY, 2011 November 24, 2011 A PROCLAMATION BY THE PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA       
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THANKSGIVING DAY 1789 BY THE PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA - A PROCLAMATION Whereas it is the duty of all Nations to acknowledge the pro
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By the President of the United States of America.  A Proclamation.  The year that is drawing towards its close, has been filled with the blessings of fruitful fields and healthful ski
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When the Pilgrims celebrated the first Thanksgiving, they were thankful for the basics. Simply staying alive on the edge of this strange continent was miracle enough. Surviving for a harvest feast made them far more fortunate then some of their fellow passengers on the Mayflower.
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Congress fails. The can is kicked. Cue the finger-pointing at President Obama for failing to lead.
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Jennifer Hullinger, a sixth-grade teacher at Parsons Junior High in Redding, shared her students’ essays about gratitude. Here are two of our favorites.
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With seven years under its shiny black belt, A Cascade Christmas is already a north state holiday tradition, but that doesn’t mean there aren’t any new presents to unwrap as Jefferson Public Radio opens season No. 8 on Friday.
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If you find yourself waiting in line at Cottonwood's The Elegant Bean, chances are you'll find it a reminder of everything you love about north state living rather than an inconvenience. Owner Karli Janc has created a home away from home for customers seeking community along with their coffee. People chat and catch up. As s
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A week ago I took the scenic nine-mile drive out Highway 299 to Bella Vista for a breakfast of steak and eggs at the “new” Dry Creek Station. It was my second visit for breakfast in three weeks.
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Mike Watson, Suzanne Watson, and Elisa Correa are siblings who enjoy playing in clay. This creative threesome lost a sister to breast cancer before she turned 40. Their loss was a wake-up call and the siblings decided they should spend as much time with each other as their busy lives would allow. Paradise Mud Slingers was b
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4. California Theatre Center, “The Elves and the Shoemaker” 9:30 and 11:30 a.m. Tuesday at the Cascade Theatre, 1731 Market St., Redding. Admission is $8.50 in advance, $10 at the door. Call 243-8877 or 243-8886. Go to www.cascadetheatre.org
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Same field. Same opponent. Same result.
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A recently revised jury instruction may help explain why a Shasta County jury was unable Tuesday to reach an involuntary manslaughter verdict against Lennart Christian Schauman, his prosecutor said Wednesday.
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In 1911: The Southern Pacific Co. planned to make its usual holiday fare reductions for Thanksgiving. Between all points, where the single fare was $1 or less, one and a third will be charged for round trip. The sale dates were Nov. 29 and 30 with Dec. 4 as the return limit.
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Jason Campbell pitched his tent in front of Best Buy in Redding on Monday morning.
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The Grape Escape in Redding is open for business.
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More than 1,000 people, possibly an all-time high, went to the Good News Rescue Mission on Wednesday to enjoy a traditional holiday meal at its 14th annual Thanksgiving Banquet."It just feels like there's more people coming," said Ken White, community relations director for the mission.
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Redding police cited three local clerks Tuesday for reportedly selling alcohol to a minor in a police sting.
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Here's a list of what's open and closed today and Friday in observance of Thanksgiving:
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For 20 years Terri Lynn Bradley has eaten turkey on Thanksgiving and had fresh Dungeness crab the next night. Before moving to Redding from San Francisco in 2004, the yearly tradition was to go to the pier and buy fresh crab directly from fishermen.
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Shasta County fared worse than the city of Redding in a report this week that ranked the area No. 1 in the rise of violent crime.
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A proposed community gazebo-bandstand being planned by the Redding detachment of the Marine Corps League may finally be making headway.
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What Jeanine Meier truly wants for Christmas is a fresh start.
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PARADISE -- The Paradise Bobcats won the Northern Section D-1 football championship tonight after a 40-7 win over Foothill.
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Type your household income into this handy Wall Street Journal interactive site and find out....
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What's so great about this time of year? It is when we get together with family, friends, neighbors and co-workers to relax and enjoy foods we usually eat only during the holidays. Here is a short quiz to help make the holiday season better.
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Many of you are hip-deep in preparation for the Thanksgiving meal, to be served tomorrow at halftime, or you're preparing to drive to Aunt Sadie's for dessicated turkey and relatives whom you don't care much for. Or maybe you've decided to stay home alone and open a great American standard, a bottle of bourbon.W
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Flu season is here. Flu vaccine is recommended for all Shasta County residents 6 months and older. Visit your health care provider or one of the many retail locations that offer the vaccine, including drugstores and grocery stores.
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Shasta Blood Center is in need of O- blood. BloodSource is in need of A+, O- as well as platelet and plasma donors.
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This past summer, my husband, Tim, and I asked Bev Abbs, a local master's runner, licensed trainer and friend to help train us for California International Marathon in Sacramento so I would be able to run my best marathon time. I am also going to run the Redding Marathon on Jan. 15, since that is where it all began.
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Here we are on Thanksgiving Day, a time to express gratitude and gather with family and friends, and to serve the less fortunate. Let the frenzy of holiday shopping and preparation go for just this day (or at least part of the day) to be thankful.
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The words over at Three Word Wednesday are hollow, misery and shallow. Not very uplifting, huh? I actually, for the first time in more than 150 attempts, missed a 3WW last week. Too many early deadlines, not enough sleep. Sleepless The steam on the w
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Tehama County deputies said they arrested two people from Weaverville early Monday after reportedly finding methamphetamine, prescription pills and a meth pipe in their possession.
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Funny how daylight can kill a bad idea. Just last week, US News broke the story about potential Bureau of Land Management rules that would make it easier to limit shooting on federal lands under its jurisdiction. Naturally, hunting and...
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It comes from a Department of Corrections press release on the death of a Death Row inmate in San Quentin -- not at the heads of the state, of course: Since California reinstated capital punishment in 1978, 55 condemned inmates...
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MODESTO -- A Stanislaus County judge on Tuesday ruled three teenagers must stand trial together and face murder charges in the shooting death of a 21-year-old man killed during what police call a botched carjacking at a Riverbank convenience store last year
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Shasta Magic Athletics hosts 2011 All Star Middle School Girls Volleyball tournament at Sequoia. Area athletes competed in intense, diverse teams for bragging rights to be the best of the best.
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Trim the tree Trim the hair--wanna look your best for the Holidays!!!
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Here’s a brief video about October home sales results statewide from the California Association of Realtors Economist Leslie Appleton Young.
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Via Yahoo.com, a US News & World Report feature on the "sunniest places to retire" -- Redding comes in at No. 2, after Yuma, AZ. Read it here. As usual, the commenters are having a field day. "Redding: Meth capital...
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You can't build it today for that price. It's a comment you hear a lot about the rock-bottom value of today's housing market. But gosh, buy a bank-repo lot in Sunset Hills and you're certainly off to a good start. Sunset Hills was (still is?) a gated development in Cottonwood that featured 88 "equ
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This video made my day. I know we have many mountain bike trail enthusiasts here in the Northstate, and terrific trails. But few humans are as electrified about a single track workout as this little dog Lily. This may not be Redding, but I think locals will really enjoy this short video if you haven’t seen it. Come
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SAN FRANCISCO (AP) — The Northern California tradition of fresh Dungeness crab on Thanksgiving may be off the table as fishermen and seafood processers remain locked in a dispute over prices.
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The drizzle in Redding today should continue through Thanksgiving, though it's likely to taper off into the weekend. The National Weather Service says rain is likely in Redding today mainly after 10 a.m. Up to a half-inch of rain may fall through tonight. Tonight, snow could fall as low as 4,400 feet outside the valley. I
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  Reader and fellow foodie Erin Friedman commented here on anewscafe.com the other day that she tended to stick to the same Thanksgiving recipes each year. I can relate. I think most of us tend to rely on traditional foods - at least traditional for our particular families - when it comes to preparing that Thanksgivi
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On one hand, the Wolves came out with the intensity needed to follow its first section title in 12 years with an upset win in the CIF state playoffs.
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It all comes down to one last game.
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After the first postseason berth in program history and an improbable playoff run, the University Prep girls volleyball season came to an end Tuesday night in a 25-10, 25-10, 25-7 loss to Branson High at College of Marin in the first round of the CIF NorCal Division V playoffs.
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While there are 65 schools that compete in the Northern Section, very few have actually competed for a section championship in girls basketball the past three seasons.
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It was a shocking sight: As a middle-aged man took the podium at the Redding City Council chambers last week to speak against the proposed new medical-marijuana ordinance, two police officers climbed the stairs and stood close behind him, plainly on alert. As his allotted three minutes expired, the officers quickly grabbed
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Many people are lamenting the failure of the congressional supercommittee to come up with an agreement on ways to reduce the runaway federal deficits. But you cannot judge success or failure without knowing what the goal was.
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The Record Searchlight recently published a letter that criticized the Redding Police Department for escorting an individual out of a contentious City Council meeting last week. That letter failed to note, however, that the individual had metal screws in his hand that he had inserted between his fingers, similar to "bra
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was surprised when, after witnessing police brutality on my UC Davis campus Friday, I received no frantic phone call from my mother.
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I would consider voting for any candidate (local, state or national) who would sign a pledge not to sign any pledge, for whatever reason, especially one that does not have an expiration date.
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I have what I believe is a money-saving plan for the maintenance of the White House in Washington, D.C.: Rent it out.
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I attended the Redding City Council meetings regarding cannabis collectives, and I was appalled by the actions of the town's public officials.
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Help! This is my first time as a host at Thanksgiving and I want to make sure my dressing is a hit. Can you help? Here is Turkey Stuffing 101:
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A former client of Democrat Congressional candidate Jim Reed has sued the Fall River Mills attorney and his law firm alleging Reed was professionally negligent because he failed to file a timely police-brutality claim on his client's behalf, even though Reed represented him in a criminal case that led to his acquittal.
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California's fish and game regulators are considering a proposal that would triple the limit and reduce size restrictions on striped bass in the rivers that feed the Sacramento-San Joaquin Delta as part of an effort to reduce the numbers of the voracious nonnative fish and protect threatened salmon runs.
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Home sales in Shasta County in October declined for the second straight month.
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The powerful attacking and serving of Drake High volleyball put Foothill's season to bed abruptly in a three-set sweep Tuesday night.
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Federal Bureau of Investigation crime data show Redding topped other U.S. cities in the rise of violent crimes from 2005 to 2010, a New York-based news and opinion outlet reported Tuesday.
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In a case that helped spark a turnover in the district attorney’s office, a “hopelessly deadlocked” Shasta County jury failed to reach a verdict Tuesday on the involuntary manslaughter charge against a Redding man accused of fatally punching Adam Martinez at a Bechelli Lane nightclub in 2009.
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Jeff Garrett thinks his menu at Cool Hand Luke's Steakhouse/Saloon in Redding needs a recession adjustment.
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Four days a week, customers at Palo Cedro's North Valley Bank are greeted by not just tellers, but cats.
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Redding police cited three local clerks Tuesday for reportedly selling alcohol to a minor in a police sting.
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Tuesday truck fire closes Interstate 5
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For the past 19 years, The Adopt-A-Family program has helped hundreds of families in need have a brighter Christmas.
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Chamber will host Winter Social
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Two years ago, the city of Redding came very close to buying the old KMS building on Mountain Lakes Boulevard as a new home for the Police Department. The old shampoo factory seemed an odd idea, but at least for...
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Redding Mayor Missy McArthur dedicated the recently completed John F. Reginato River Access on the Sacramento River, in a ceremony held November 10, 2011.
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Members 1st participates in the annual Toys From the Heart Christmas toy drive. Help local children in need this holiday season by donating a new unwrapped present. Donations will be accepted at the Members 1st branch in Anderson at 5020 Rhonda Road until December 22.
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Above and beyond his normal duties.
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"The Mountain Arts Cooperative is presenting its third annual holiday show, "Winter Gifts" at the Siskiyou Arts Council Gallery in downtown Mount Shasta.
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All Saints' Episcopal Church in Redding is offering a new Advent Class for four consecutive weeks.
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The First National Thanksgiving My love for this country grows daily, I'm intrigued by its history, its making and how it came to be. I'm in my 30's, perhaps there's something about this age that causes me to want to know facts, the why's and how's of this great country.   So given the upcoming
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Interstate 5 south of Lakehead was reopened in both directions after a semi truck hauling vinyl caught fire this afternoon and created hazardous material concerns, according to the California Highway Patrol.
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Options have gotten too complex for employees to understand, he believes, leading to costly retirement mistakes. Smart Money interview here....
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Jurors have convicted a Redding man accused of fatally punching another Redding man of battery with serious bodily injury, but they're split on the man's manslaughter charge.
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Crazy! Looks like everyone was ok at the end.
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That would be Terry Riley, who attended Shasta High and Shasta College before heading off to the Bay Area and becoming one of the most important "minimalist" composers of the 20th Century. Here's an interview and a sample of his...
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Addison Stark moved to Cottonwood in 1872 and established Stark's Turkey Farm on the plains east and north of Panorama Point where there were lots of grasshoppers (turkeys love 'em). His average yearly turkey crop was well into the thousands....
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Reports are compiled by Western Outdoor News. Call 800-290-2929. BEST BITES CHETCO RIVER, Ore. — Rains blew it out, but it was being fished by Saturday, and the top news is the big king salmon caught — a 47-inch long, 33-inch girth king estimated at 65 pounds. Wayne Smith of Yreka caught it while fishing with guide Andy
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FDotD is Deal of the Day, but this property is arguably the best local real estate deal we have ever seen. Period. Even though the decade has just begun, we offer this property as the decade’s deal to beat, if even possible. The magnificent former KMS production and shipping facility in Redding’s Mount
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Voices of Faith — Nov. 26, 2011 What would you tell people who think they have nothing for which to be thankful? For what are you most thankful?
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A rock slide on Highway 299 near Hawkins Bar in Trinity County was cleared from the roadway soon after it was reported.
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The rain falling this morning isn't likely to go anywhere for a while. Today, rain is likely all day in Redding though it may taper off tonight. Expect a high temperature of 53 degrees and a low of 41, according to the National Weather Service. Wednesday, there's a 50 percent chance of rain with the likelihood of up to an
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This is a best-of recipe, just in time for Thanksgiving pies. Here is an easy pie crust for everyone. I usually make my crust by hand unless I am making 100+ pies….not this year! A suggestion, double. Freeze your left over crusts already rolled out or in a dough ‘disc’ Andrea Charroin's Easy Pie Crust [...]
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Fern, before I dive into questions about holiday food safety tips, can you tell a bit about yourself, and what you do and how you've come to know so much about this topic? I have a Bachelors Degree in Environmental and Occupational Health from California State University Northridge I have been a Registered Environmental Hea
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Steve Anderson deflects the credit and says he just followed plans drawn up by others that were sitting on his desk when he arrived in Redding in 2004 as the U.S. Bureau of Land Management's field manager.
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Imagine the public outcry if a legislative committee suddenly raised future taxes on almost every Californian and then said no one would know the amount until the tax bill arrived. Fury would be a mild description of what might follow.
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Over the years we have been quite critical of wasteful government spending on programs that either did not work or were not necessary in the first place. But one program stands out as an example of a program that fulfills its promise — the California Conservation Corps.
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The ninth-seeded Enterprise High School volleyball team fell in four sets to eighth-seeded Balboa of San Francisco in the first-round of the Division III NorCal CIF playoffs 25-18, 25-22, 23-25, 25-22 on Monday.
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The section championships across the state came to a close over the weekend but for most of the finalists’ season continues today for a state title.
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College athletics are the lifeblood of sports.
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A bloody-nosed Tempest Dawson draining a pair of free throws unfazed told the story Monday night for the Red Hawks in a hard-fought win over Concordia. Simpson women's basketball earned its third win of the year, over the Cavaliers of Concordia University of Portland, Ore., 71-67.
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Home games at Shasta and Foothill today
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A bloody-nosed Tempest Dawson draining a pair of free throws unfazed told the story Monday night for the Red Hawks in a hard-fought win over Concordia.
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LET IT SHINE Mount Shasta is getting ready for a much-loved community holiday tradition — its annual tree-lighting. Community, 1C
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Tiffany Senter can finally breathe a sigh of relief.
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A marijuana possession and cultivation case in Tehama County that dates back two years has a trial date — again.
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A San Francisco Bay Area energy company and north state timber firm are working to restart a biomass plant that's been idle for nearly 10 years.
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Real Estate 1, which has been in the north state since 2000, will become Windermere NorCal Properties on Dec. 1.
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Six arrested at pot processing plant
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The Shasta Women's Refuge plans to run the Shasta Family Justice Center permanently starting at the beginning of the year.
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A pair of 11-year-old Redding girls had to be tested for HIV, hepatitis and drug exposure Saturday after finding a garbage bag of evidence someone had taken from an unlocked Dumpster behind the Shasta County Sheriff's Office evidence locker.
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Junk-N-Treasures donates 500 coats
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Traditions are like the people who try to keep them: Sooner or later, like it or not, they change.
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See who was at what recent event in the north state.
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As the mother of an 11-year-old son with many gifts and challenges including autism, Monica Thoma is considered a key connection to other parents in her role as the respite care supervisor for Rowell Family Empowerment of Northern California, a nonprofit that provides free services to families of children with special needs
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If you look at California's demographic trends and voting patterns, the one big thing that stands out is that the fastest-growing group -- Hispanics -- votes heavily for the Democrats. And that alone keeps Democrats in charge. So what are...
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Please don't shoot the messenger. You've got Lice. That's one snippet of the kind of exchanges the creator of "What's That Bug?" has with readers. High Country News has a charming and hilarious profile....
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Six people were arrested last week by Siskiyou County narcotics agents following a year-long investigation into an alleged marijuana-processing facility in Hilt, near the Oregon border.
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Working for and reading EW Scripps newspapers for two decades now, I've read a lot of work under the byline Lance Gay, a veteran reporter for Scripps Howard News Service. Never met the man himself, but Dale McFeatters' remembrance --...
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The crusade to stop Target from opening at midnight on Black Friday came to the retailer's corporate offices in Minneapolis today. Target employee Seth Coleman delivered more than 190,000 signatures demand
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A pair of 11-year-old Redding girls had to be tested for HIV, hepatitis and drug exposure Saturday after finding a garbage bag of evidence someone had taken from an unlocked dumpster behind the Shasta County Sheriff’s Office evidence locker.
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There's a moment during the YouTube clip of "Winnebago Man" Jack Rebney's now-infamous meltdown where I suddenly felt a tug of humanity -- like this profane guy was a real person with deep vulnerabilities and the capacity for connecting with other
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The Shasta Lake skateboarding park is closed until next Monday after vandals defaced it and its bathrooms with red spray paint
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On the evening of November 25, 1949 something really, really big happened in Shasta County for the first time in history. Do you know what it was? If you don't, I'll let you know on the 25th. p.s. It's really...
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The video was fairly boring until the truck starts shooting fireballs at the police. Awesome!
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If you look closely you can see that the driver that caused the wreck is wearing a coke uniform. This is just dirty when are these two beverage companies going to shake hands and play nice. I will be drinking Shasta cola for the time being.
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Ran into this interesting interactive map of population migration using IRS data via Forbes and IBM. Click on the link to open the map. Then click on the county you wish to see, and a graphic representation of the migration appears. The web is a wonderful storehouse of graphical info.
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From Barry Rithholtz's Washington Post column. "The Community Reinvestment Act of 1977 is a favorite boogeyman for some, despite the numbers that so easily disprove it as a cause. ..."The market share of financial institutions that were subject to the CRA has steadily declined since the legis
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Sometimes lost in the gloom of plunging home values is that it's more affordable than ever to buy in Shasta County. So reiterates the latest installment of the National Association of Home Builders/Wells Fargo Housing Opportunity Index. Roughly eight of every 10 new and existing homes that sold in the th
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Chef Cal DeMercurio of The Old School Restaurant on Pine Street is a local celebrity. On Saturday, he held a cooking class at his restaurant in Redding in preparation for Thanksgiving cooks looking to add a few recipes and skills.
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It's going to be a drizzly week in Redding, starting this afternoon. Today, the National Weather Service reports a 20 percent chance of rain in Redding after 10 a.m. Otherwise, it will be partly sunny with a high near 52. Tonight, expect a 60 percent chance of rain, though not much than a trace should fall. On Tuesday, ra
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Well, boys and girls, ready or not, it's Thanksgiving week. Selfishly, because I'm bringing potatoes to a family dinner, I'll publish my recipe first. And I'm also making spiced cranberries as a gift - yes, the gift of cranberries - so I'll publish that recipe this week, too. I must say, I still haven't fully regained [...
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Join Mercy Medical Center Redding’s Wound Healing and Hyperbaric Medicine Center and the Mercy Heart Center for classes designed to provide a comprehensive overview of diabetes. These classes are for diabetics, their families and other interested individuals. A range of topics will be discussed during the sessions includi
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It’s that time of the year to be thankful for many things in one’s life, and one of those things should be for the careful and defensive driving by family, friends and other motorists on the road. “Be patient and attentive while traveling on the roadways this holiday season,” said California Highway Patrol (CHP) Com
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When children's health is at stake, Congress had an easy choice between following the best advice of nutritionists and heeding frozen-pizza and potato lobbyists.
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Newspaper and television reporting on the Occupy Wall Street movement is presented much like reporting on desert warfare in Libya: a reporter viewing the scene through binoculars over the edge of a sand dune.
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Jack Suter, Redding
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I read the paper, as usual, the other day, and I saw the articles about various types of violence and gang activity, and people stealing from businesses and residents, as well as comments on the stories about how bad Redding is getting and how much it has declined. And then I went for a drive.
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We would like to thank the woman who gave us money to help us buy a couch at the Sacred Heart Flea Market in October. She realized we didn't have enough cash and she generously stepped forward and paid for half of the couch.
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Crews are responding to a home fire tonight in the 1100 block of Echo Road in Redding. The first firefighters arrived at the single-story residence just after 11 a.m. and reported light smoke in the area. This story will be updated when more information becomes available.
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A Houston, Texas-based solar power company wants to put a 53-acre solar plant along Highway 299 in Fall River Mills.
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It was a brisk, gray day in Anderson, but that didn't stop members of the area's Sikh faith from coming out to honor the religion's founder at the city's fifth annual parade and celebration for him.
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Redding police arrested a man they say broke into a city fire station Sunday morning and stole a sleeping firefighter's car. Police have arrested three other suspects who are accused of helping the man commit a string of thefts throughout town.
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Redding police arrested a man they say broke into a city fire station Sunday morning and stole a sleeping firefighter's car. Police have arrested three other suspects who are accused of helping the man commit a string of thefts throughout town.
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Apologies to non-Americans here. Just skip this if you're sick of Thanksgiving posts already, but, you know, it's our biggest holiday and the only one that nearly everyone can rally around - Christians, Muslims, Jews, Rastafarians - I mean, if you can't get behind being grateful and sharing an ungodly rich meal in the middl
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One day after wrapping up Northern Section volleyball finals at Red Bluff High School, each finalist from Divisions II-V found out how far they have to travel for the state tournament.
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Someone broke windows at Anderson middle and high schools today, resulting in thousands of dollars worth of damage, police said.
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This is something I need to get for my house. I am uber jealous.
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Redding police say a man broke into a city fire station this morning and stole one of the employees' cars as he slept, and three others have been helping him commit a string of recent thefts throughout town.
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Redding police say a man broke into a city fire station this morning and stole one of the employees' cars as he slept, and three others have been helping him commit a string of recent thefts throughout town.
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You have to love the anchor who had the balls to make a dalai lama joke while interviewing the man himself.
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Dang! Evidently someone who has absolutely no concern for our history went down to the bridge with a spray can and sprayed it with blue and black paint. The bridge is watched by Sherry Miller, a member of the...
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Showers in the Redding area are predicted to taper off for the afternoon today, but they could be back tomorrow. Forecasters at the National Weather Service in Sacramento predict a high temperature of 48 degrees today in Redding, and a low of 34 tonight. There's a 20 percent chance of rain tomorrow, though forecasters are
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Always interesting to watch as EXPERTS get together to question whether water prevents dehydration. The EU has banned the log held claim that water can prevent dehydration. Read more here...
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A friend coined that moniker after Clarity Entertainment surfaced as another potential tenant for Stillwater Business Park. Today's editorial strikes the right balance of skepticism and hope....
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There's been some chatter that Redding has landed an airline to replace Horizon, which in April ended a nearly 20-year run of service in Shasta County. Airports Manager Rod Dinger told me the buzz stems from a letter the city received from Delta Air Lines in which the Atlanta-based carrier supports an extension of the $662,
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I work in a business where introspection can drive you crazy. So I write this at the risk of going completely nuts.
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It's time elected officials in Washington spoke the truth about the economic challenges facing our nation. Our country's economic problems are profound and will take years to resolve. There are limits to what government can do, except ease the pain as our economy heals.
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When the boosters of Stillwater Business Park conceived the "shovel-ready" industrial development all those years ago, a Christian-oriented outpost of Hollywood was not at the top of anyone's list of prospects.
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Tuesday evening something important happened in Redding. Maybe the largest crowd ever gathered at our Redding City Council Chambers for an exercise in democracy. The issue: medical marijuana and the collectives that provide it to local patients. There had been a large rally in front of the building in support of the collect
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One of the consequences of term limits and the new citizen redistricting is "quasi-incumbents."
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Shasta Lake City Councilwoman Dolores Lucero's continued ranting about corruption being perpetrated by city staff is becoming a tired accusation. Where are the facts?
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As a Shasta Lake property owner, I want to call attention to voters to give serious thought to the message they will send to future civic-minded residents if they recall City Councilwoman Dolores Lucero: Questioning will not be tolerated.
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I'm still asking myself if it's dumb to be joining others in holding signs such as these on the street in front of Redding City Hall — "WE'RE THE 99%"; "BIG BANKSTERS BELONG IN JAIL."
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There's no formal threshold marking the entrance to the club of serious philanthropists, but if you've given away a million dollars, you've surely proved yourself a member.
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A hand written thank-you note is a gracious way to acknowledge another's kindness. Yes, it does take a few extra minutes, but this added personal touch is time that is well spent.
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A neighbor up the street, Merrill Stafford Pitts, knows I have a fondness for the past. He hooked my interest with a few details from a saga recounted by his great-grandmother in 1884, relating her adventures of a cross-country journey dating back to the Gold Rush era. In print now, he offered to share his copy with me to r
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If you're a Wells Fargo customer who travels abroad, you may have been selected for the bank's pioneer program of its microchipped credit card -- the Visa Smart Card -- this summer. Other banks and credit card companies have plans to introduce chipped cards if they've not already done so.
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If you're familiar with C.J. Box novels, his latest, "Back of Beyond," only burnishes his already-recognized skill at writing gripping, exciting suspense stories.
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Dear Straight Talk: Twenty-one months ago, my 18-year-old son jumped to his death from the 720-foot-high Forest-hill Bridge. He left for school that morning. At lunch, I got a call that he was at the bridge thinking about jumping. I raced there not believing it, but there he was. I drove up next to him. He looked at the car
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I found myself missing my mom a few weeks ago, the kind of "I feel really sorry for myself" missing her.
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With the holidays almost here, there are plenty of details to take care of. There's the food preparation, organizing those important friends and family get-togethers and making sure you have all the decorations you need.
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Every birthday, holiday or miscellaneous get-together in my family involves at least two or three people snapping photos. As soon as we're home the photos start popping up on Facebook and inevitably someone has snagged a great shot that I wish I had for my annual photo album.
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A 2009 study by the federal government indicates Social Security retirement benefits often make up more than one-third of the income of Americans age 65 and older. For many the decision as to when to begin to take Social Security retirement benefits is an important one.
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Have you ever thought about getting a job that you enjoy but may not have direct experience for? The way to do that is to use your transferable skills. These are any skills that you've obtained through other work experience, volunteer experience, hobbies or just everyday life.
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RED BLUFF – Chico may have stolen a league title from the Wolves three weeks ago but second-seeded Shasta won the one that matters most.
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RED BLUFF — It was the perfect set, the perfect kill and a perfect end for the Foothill Cougars.
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RED BLUFF — The University Prep volleyball team's storybook season didn't include a section championship, but their season still continues.
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A local Bureau of Land Management chief who helped build or connect hundreds of miles of north state bike and walking trails retired Friday after 7½ sometimes contentious years.
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In 1911: Sherman Thompson, the Old Diggings mining man, had a miraculous escape from death by a huge boulder. The accident occurred in the Quartz Hill Mine, where Thompson was in a stope running a Burley drill. A 400-pound boulder became suddenly unloosed from the lagging and dropped like a meteor a bare inch past his head,
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North state law enforcement officers have said they will be focused on safety this week heading into Thanksgiving.
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Q: Hello, Monty.
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Train hits woman on hike to waterfall
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RED BLUFF — A special school curriculum aimed at preventing teen pregnancy will be launched in area high schools after the first of the year, thanks to a grant from the Sierra Health Foundation.
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Q: I will soon be taking off to the mountains from the valley floor to do some mountain quail and tree squirrel hunting. In past years, after arriving at hunting camp, most of my hunting was done on foot and so I couldn't cover much ground in a day. Last year I took my grandson with me to start teaching him a little abo
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KNOCK OFF THE RUST: BASKETBALL CLINICS
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The leader of a Christian boarding school for troubled teens that has generated controversy after a staff member's mummified infant daughter was found hidden in a utility closet at its Whitmore campus said criticism that has risen since the death is unwarranted.
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SACRAMENTO, Calif. (AP) — The Legislature's push this year to eliminate more than 400 community redevelopment agencies throughout California has led to a furious financial shell game in which cities have transferred properties and shifted hundreds of millions of dollars between accounts to preserve development tax
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Dear Babe: You have written about the first and second issues of Sports Illustrated. Do you happen to know the print run of these two magazines?— Roland Garn, Windsor, Ontario, CanadaIt's nice to get a change of pace about the first issues of Sports Illustrated, dated Aug. 16 and 23, 1954.
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ORLAND — Though many will be seeing a turkey on their dinner table this week, some 250 people gathered at an animal sanctuary in Orland on Saturday with the idea of keeping the birds alive, protected and well-fed.
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It's taken a while, but long nights and cold mornings are finally hitting Northern California.
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A thunderous alley-oop dunk from Darius Jackson and a 15-0 run to start the second half told the story for the Shasta men's basketball team as it picked up its first win of the season Saturday.
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The Mercy High volleyball team was a set away from a Northern Section Division VI title after earning a 2-1 lead against Champion Christian, but fell in two straight to let it slip away to the Mustangs, 16-25, 26-24, 26-28, 25-13, 15-5 at the Red Bluff High gym on Saturday.
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There's been some chatter that Redding has landed an airline to replace Horizon, which in April ended a nearly 20-year run of service in Shasta County. Airports Manager Rod Dinger told me the buzz stems from a letter the city received from Delta Air Lines in which the Atlanta-based carrier supports an extension of the $662,
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A Union Pacific freight train struck and injured a woman who was hiking on the railroad tracks to Mossbrae Falls in Dunsmuir today.
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But the expectation that she's Mrs. Tiggy-Winkle also allows Warren to wield a shiv. That'd be Elizabeth Warren, the law professor turned Democratic candidate for Senate, according to a long NY Times profile. I suppose that, in politics, knowing how...
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...Is the theme selected by the World AIDS Campaign (WAC) to commemorate this year’s World AIDS Day. The new theme, that will be used until 2015, echoes the UNAIDS vision of achieving “Zero new HIV infections. Zero discrimination. Zero AIDS-related deaths.” Observed worldwide on 1 December since 1998, World AIDS Day i
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Early fall rains may have forced the banquet indoors, but it did not dampen the enthusiasm for our region’s delicious bounty served at the recent 100-mile Harvest Dinner. The event, which featured local foods, wine, music, art, and experiences, raised almost $20,000 for the Tehama County Branding project. The original set
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Firefighters quickly contained a small kitchen fire this morning at the Churn Creek Village Apartments.
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Not as cold as Minnesota or Barrow, maybe, but still, it's very cold here for mid-November and it doesn't promise to warm up today. I don't mind, really: I'll be baking today and that helps heat the house up nicely.I had an amazing thing happen to me last week, and again, this is one of those things that athiest
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The town of Pinckney was established in 1881 when most of the residents moved from the settlement of Gas Point to Pinckney to escape a rampant malaria epidemic. Gas Point was located on the flat area beside Cottonwood Creek, hence,...
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Though the morning is mostly clear, the Redding area might see rain today after 10 a.m.
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I was lucky in having been born the daughter of a dedicated gardener mother (aided always by my father) and the grand daughter of two avid gardening grandfathers. Growing up at 8,000 feet on the front range of Colorado's Rocky Mountains, my sisters and I were in and out of the garden all day - [...]
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Here’s a brief video showing how homes in default are auctioned on the courthouse steps in Redding California. This video came about because a home our client had in a Short Sale was suddenly scheduled to be auctioned here before our client could purchase. Nobody at the bank would agree to delay the auction while t
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The conservative backers of Proposition 8, the 2008 measure to ban same-sex marriage in California, are downright jubilant in response to Thursday's state Supreme Court decision that they have legal standing to defend the measure in court.
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At the foot of my street there's a modest home, a rental. Some of the neighbors call it the "Bethel house." Parked outside are sometimes as many as half a dozen cars. Their license plates tell the story — Texas, British Columbia, South Dakota, Indiana ...
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Republicans/conservatives are always saying, "We want government out of our lives" and "We want less federal government control."
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Alex Landi, Mt. Shasta
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Definition of illegal: Prohibited by law. So what part of illegal do you not understand?
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GOP ideologues still profess that tax cuts will "turn the economy around." The Bush tax cuts have been with us for over 10 years.
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In response to "natural" food enthusiasts, Moore's Flour Mill plans to grow organic corn. I can remember before pesticide use, when almost every ear contained a worm.
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Candidate Jerry Brown promised not to raise taxes without a vote of the people. The new rural fire "fee" will raise my taxes.
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PALO CEDRO —The Hornets made the Cougars earn every bit of their revenge.
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DURHAM —The Trinity Wolves had a chance for a major upset. Their execution Friday night, however, was lacking.
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A woman stole a local Navy veteran's dress uniform, medals and other personal property Wednesday, the sixth theft against local veterans in recent years.
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More than two years after the death of Adam Martinez, a Shasta County jury began deliberations mid-Friday afternoon in the involuntary manslaughter trial of the Redding man who threw the punch that killed him.
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One last day will decide who can claim a Northern Section volleyball championship.
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Inside his small one-bedroom Manton home, the man whose curse-filled YouTube tirades earned him international fame as "the angriest man in the world" spreads his ire around with agnostic ferocity when it comes to American politics.
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Winter is officially more than a month away but the north state is in for a small preview as below-average temperatures and on-and-off wet weather will hit the area through next week.
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A Redding man charged in a home invasion robbery in which he was accused of beating a neighbor and binding her with telephone cords around her throat and legs was convicted Friday of robbery, assault and other charges.
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A 27-year-old former Anderson police officer saw his sentencing postponed Friday as a Shasta County Superior Court judge ordered probation officers to try to interview the former officer's alleged victim.
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Unemployment in Shasta County fell for the fourth straight month in October, dropping 0.1 percent to 13.2 in October and the county has added 3,000 long-term jobs since the same month last year.
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In 1911: The following teachers came to Redding and paid the county superintendent of schools office a visit: Miss Sarah Frisbie, principal of the French Gulch school; Mrs. Emilia Early, principal of the Shasta school; Miss Charlotte Cunningham, teacher at Igo; Miss Anna Tillman, teacher at Old Diggings; Miss Mabel Gardner,
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The Shasta College men's basketball team lost Friday to Santa Rosa, the No. 1 ranked team in the north state, by a score of 93-67.
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There's been some chatter that Redding has landed an airline to replace Horizon, which in April ended a nearly 20-year run of service in Shasta County.
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A hand written thank-you note is a gracious way to acknowledge another's kindness. Yes, it does take a few extra minutes, but this added personal touch is time that is well spent.
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A neighbor up the street, Merrill Stafford Pitts, knows I have a fondness for the past. He hooked my interest with a few details from a saga recounted by his great-grandmother in 1884, relating her adventures of a cross-country journey dating back to the Gold Rush era. In print now, he offered to share his copy with me to r
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If you're a Wells Fargo customer who travels abroad, you may have been selected for the bank's pioneer program of its microchipped credit card — the Visa Smart Card — this summer. Other banks and credit card companies have plans to introduce chipped cards if they've not already done so.
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If you're familiar with C.J. Box novels, his latest, "Back of Beyond," only burnishes his already-recognized skill at writing gripping, exciting suspense stories.
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Dear Straight Talk: Twenty-one months ago, my 18-year-old son jumped to his death from the 720-foot-high Forest-hill Bridge. He left for school that morning. At lunch, I got a call that he was at the bridge thinking about jumping. I raced there not believing it, but there he was. I drove up next to him. He looked at the car
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I found myself missing my mom a few weeks ago, the kind of "I feel really sorry for myself" missing her.
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I highly recommend the strong, long piece by City Journal's Steven Malanga about the Golden State's increasingly awful business climate, which the author traces back through the past decades. It's interesting, though, that he chooses to lead with this anecdote...
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It's time elected officials in Washington spoke the truth about the economic challenges facing our nation. Our country's economic problems are profound and will take years to resolve. There are limits to what government can do, except ease the pain as our economy heals.
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The City of Redding has approved a signed Letter of Intent (LOI) with Clarity Entertainment, Inc. for purchase of approximately 70 acres in the Stillwater Business Park, on which the firm would construct a film production facility. The City Council on Tuesday gave approval to continue discussions with Clarity, which has sig
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[M]ost specialists and hospitals lose money if they keep the chronically ill healthy. So writes Ezekiel Emanuel, who, yes, is a health-policy advisor to the White House and Rahm Emanuel's brother, but don't let that distract from his interesting thoughts...
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National Park Service Rangers, Shasta County Sheriff’s Department, Shasta County Search and Rescue Teams and the California Highway Patrol helicopter have been searching the forests of Whiskeytown National Recreation Area around the Mill Creek and Boulder Creek Falls area in search of Mr. Brian George Brunell. Mr. Brunell
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Firefighters rushed to a reported structure fire on Swasey Road west of Redding this afternoon but found the blaze was in a small shed.
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A Shasta County jury began deliberations this afternoon in the involuntary manslaughter trial of Lennart Christian Schauman.
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Daily Real Estate News | Thursday, November 17, 2011 Better times are ahead for the real estate market in the new year, according to several forecasts and recent surveys. Fiserv, a financial information services firm, predicts that 95 percent of …
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An unoccupied mobile home caught fire this afternoon in north Redding, knocking down powerlines.
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The mystery photo is the Pinckney Cemetery on Gas Point Road in Cottonwood. Our lucky winner is Pacifichywayman who guessed it correctly at 9:58 a.m. Thank you everyone else for playing and thank you River City Java for providing the...
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A 27-year-old former Anderson police officer saw his sentencing postponed this afternoon as a Shasta County Superior Court judge ordered probations to try to interview the former officer’s alleged victim.
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Cathy Darling Allen, the Shasta County clerk and elections chief, emails to bring my attention to a letter she sent to the U.S. Postal Service pointing to one serious potential drawback of the inevitable slower service if Redding loses its...
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Redding CA "Sold" Market Analysis for Active Adult Communities   With more and more baby boomers retiring, Redding Ca has seen an increase of residential sales in the past 12 months for active adult communities. As Seniors Real Estate Specialists, much of our personal business consi
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A Redding man charged in a home invasion robbery in which he was accused of binding a surprised neighbor with telephone cords around her throat and legs after beating her was convicted this morning of robbery and other charges
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A good way to remember when to use dormant spray on trees is to link your schedule to the holidays. Plan to spray fruit trees on or near Thanksgiving, New Year’s Day and Valentine’s Day. Ideally, the first spraying should be just prior to or at leaf fall, before freezing weather sets in. Dormant spray can help prevent p
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That might even work here. Don’t hold your breath however.
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PARIS PARK A fifty-five plus, gated community for the Active Adult in Redding, CA   Community Description: A gated active adult community consisting of mostly 2 bedroom/2bathroom single family homes between 1400sqft – 1650sqft on quarter acre lots or smaller. A few of the floor pl
Tom Chandler -- a writer, activist, and avid fly-fisherman in Siskiyou County who backs the removal of the Klamath River dams, contrary to the overwhelming majority of his neighbors -- has a different spin on the latest doings in the...
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Over at Reason.com Peter Suderman has a withering critique of the GOP's new flavor of the month. Worth reading....
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Should I use manure to fertilize my garden? I've heard that it can contain dangerous pathogens.
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Ask Anna columnist Anna Moseley offers tips for getting blinds clean.
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Pretty, prehistoric and sometimes putrid. If you are looking for a plant with an odd mix of characteristics, the ginkgo might just be your tree. The trees were around in the time of dinosaurs and are resilient enough to survive an atomic bomb.
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Amazing! I have no idea how this pilot was able to pull this off.
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I think he was driving a bit to fast for the weather conditions.
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Party Foul!
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Here’s a
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Shasta County's unemployment rate dropped to 13.2 percent, down from September's 13.3.
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The dance company that brought you Fusion is proud to present the premiere of their first December show, Winterland. Artesan is a young emerging company of dancers and artists of extraordinary talent. This company of break dancers and ballerinas represent over 5 differen...t countries from around the world.
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What is the name of this pioneer cemetery? Welcome to the weekly History Mystery Photo Contest. If you're the first person to give the correct answer, you'll win a $10 gift certificate from River City Java plus an award certificate...
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I'm not sure how newspapers will continue to function if this dismal trend continues. From Good magazine's entertaining article on "The End of Cheap Coffee": Between 2006 and 2009, the Colombian yield shrank by a quarter--from 12 million bags to...
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Redding residents can expect showers today and tonight with today’s high temperature expected to top out at around 52 degrees, meteorologists with the National Weather Service in Sacramento say. A south wind between 6 to 11 mph is also expected. Less than a tenth-of-an-inch of rain is to fall today and there’s a 50 perc
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Adrian Belew is an American musician best known for his work with the band King Crimson. He's great. Maybe you haven't heard of him. Maybe you haven't heard his stuff in forever.Please do give him a listen.Adrian Belew, your Video Friday:"Oh Daddy""I'm Down""1967"
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I feel sorry for Thanksgiving. It's a great holiday. So unique, so North American, so full of mashed potatoes and gravy. It's such a warm and fuzzy holiday that bridges the gap between the Christian idea of giving a shout out to God for putting food on our plates and the Pagan practice of recognizing the [...]
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Nobody with a heart can feel anything but sorrow for the family of Kristy Mae Chambers Roehrig, an Anderson woman who was struck and killed by a train near Cottonwood in May. She died at the young age of 31, leaving three children behind.
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In 2008, the slogan was "Yes We Can." For 2011-12, it's "We Can't Wait." What happened in between? Candidate Obama, the vessel into which myriad dreams were poured, met the reality of governance.
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Social Security is a critical issue for our district. Our congressional district has a high poverty rate and a high percentage of older people who depend on Social Security for their retirement. What are Rep. Wally Herger's beliefs regarding Social Security?
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he editorial "Sheriffs wiser to shun divisive political fight" (Nov. 11) was an abomination to the very constitutional rights your board so handily spun. These men are our leaders, duly elected.
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The stage is set for round two of what many people in the north state have called the game of the year.
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COTTONWOOD — It's not very often a top seed falls in the playoffs.
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The Shasta High School volleyball team knows just how deadly its offense can be when things are going right.
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The Greater Redding Chamber of Commerce honored outstanding customer service Thursday night at the Win-River Casino Event Center.
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University Prep volleyball looked downright nasty in a sweep of Pierce on Thursday night.
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The Mercy High volleyball team advanced to the title game of the Northern Section Division VI playoffs Thursday night with a 28-26, 23-25, 21-25, 25-15, 15-7 win over Westwood.
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The criminal trial of a Redding man charged with involuntary manslaughter in the 2009 death of another Redding man could end as soon as today as attorneys wrapped up their respective cases Thursday after little more than two days of testimony and evidence.
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This spring, Harmony Lambert plans to sail from Tampa Bay, Fla., to Brazil where her ship will make its way up the Amazon River.
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Following a national trend, the Redding-based Shasta Land Trust is seeing increased support of its efforts to see land spared from development.
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The Good News Rescue Mission gathered 720 turkeys, 6 tons of food and $2,400 cash Thursday for its 13th annual "Stuff the Truck" food drive.
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RED BLUFF — The city is looking to fix up the River Park Boat Launch, another measure to combat the financial toll from the loss of Lake Red Bluff.
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Officials at Whiskeytown National Recreation Area were searching the park Wednesday and Thursday for a missing 48-year-old man.
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In 1911: Three box cars of southbound freight train No. 227 heavily loaded with box lumber went into Salt Creek at the Goldleaf Mine switch, just above Middle Creek, and four others similarly loaded were derailed. The cause was a dragging brake beam that caught in the switch leading to the mine, sending the cars crashing of
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A proposal to close the mail-processing center inside Redding's main branch on Churn Creek Road will be discussed at a public meeting Nov. 28.
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New state revenue projections could force $10 million in automatic budget cuts for Shasta County schools by Jan. 1, pushing some districts closer to state takeover.
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An Anderson woman charged with abducting two of her neighbor's children took a plea bargain Wednesday and faces up to a year in Shasta County jail and formal felony probation when she is sentenced next month.
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Latest deal expected to bring 15 jobs to area
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Catholic Healthcare West has started implementing the Airstrip OB mobile app across its three-state hospital system, including its hospitals in the north state.
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Anderson police hit one person with a stun and unsuccessfully chased another after the two ran from a traffic stop.
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Of all the women who have lived in Shasta County, I can't think of another who has done more for our county in the way of history than Mae Helene Bacon Boggs.
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Haven Humane Society seeks volunteers to help with animals, events and to foster animals.
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Officials at Whiskeytown National Recreation Area are searching the park for a missing 48-year-old man.
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A 53-year-old Alameda County sex offender who recently moved to Happy Valley was ordered today to stand trial on child molestation charges.
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Criminal charges have been filed against a Corning Union High School bus driver for allegedly driving under the influence while stopping at various locations to pick up students for school.
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A pickup knocked down a power pole at Cypress and Hartnell avenues this afternoon, causing a slight delay for traffic.
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The criminal trial of a Redding man charged with involuntary manslaughter in the 2009 death of another Redding man could possibly end as soon as Friday as attorneys wrapped up their respective cases today after little more than two days of testimony and evidence.
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A 40-year-old Dunsmuir man was arrested Wednesday night on suspicion of armed robbery and related felony charges, the Siskiyou County Sheriff's Office reported today.
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"As an example on the difficulty to incorporate members of society into our intensive labor jobs, the state of Georgia attempted to put state inmates to work in their fields only to learn that these inmates demanded to be sent...
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1. Teddy Bear Family Festival 11 a.m. Sunday at the Holiday Inn, 1900 Hilltop Drive, Redding. Features visits with Santa, face painting, games, entertainment and refreshments. Children receive a free stuffed toy. Call 221-7500.
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"Boredom" is not a word that artist Diane Gilstrap recognizes. She is busier now than she was when she was teaching - a career that took her from Alaska to Lakeview, Oregon, England and finally to Redding. She recently retired from the Redding School District after 37 years of teaching. Her current passions are photography,
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Last Wednesday, when friends invited us to dinner at the Woodside Grill in Anderson I readily accepted, curious to sample chef Gregory McChristian’s new “fall” menu — and to see if the financial woes of the Gaia Hotel’s parent company had dampened business at one of my favorite north state restaurants.
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What do you look for when you go out? Comfort? Routine? Lulu’s makes the grade with the above and more.
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