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March 5th, 2012

Usually I buy hot sauce (as in, thin, pureed bottled sauce) and make salsa (as in chunky, raw vegetables suitable for scooping up on a tortilla chip. I'd never thought of making hot sauce at home. But I found these recipes online at the San Francisco Chronicle website today and they are kind of intriguing.Wat
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In 1912: An attack was made before the board of city trustees on the private ownership of the Reid Ferry through the presentation of petitions from Kennett and Buckeye asking for the county to take over the ferry and also the Camden toll road. It was alleged that the ferry had been operating without a franchise since 1903 a
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After spending only a couple days in Oregon last week, California’s first wild wolf since 1924 was back in the Golden State on Monday.
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In this short YouTube video, "George Elliott, owner of First Choice Yard Design in Redding, California, demonstrates the technique for growing potatoes in stacked tires." Love the dog sleeping in the background and the plane flying overhead....
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Q. What do you believe is the United States’ most serious social problem? Why? The most serious social problem in the U.S. today is the Christian family breakdown. Those of us proclaiming Christianity need to begin to rebuild this nation starting at the family level. Reinstate those values in ourselves and our children th
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In 2010, California voters passed Proposition 26, a measure that put new limits on fees, requiring a two-thirds vote of the Legislature or a public vote for many of them. At the time, advocates complained -- rightly -- that the...
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Pundit and provocateur Ann Coulter invoked the memory of the slain Beatle while discussing the death of Andrew Breitbart. From the Daily Caller: "Who knows what else he could have done," she told TheDC. "It's like John Lennon dying, what...
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Former R-S reporter Alex Breitler -- now covering environmental issues for the Stockton Record and thus at Ground Zero of the debate over the revamped Peripheral Canal, now a pair of tunnels and christened the Bay Delta Conservation Plan --...
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A California Highway Patrol officer who turned himself in Friday on explosives, weapons and other charges, also is under investigation in a case that involves child pornography.
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We all knew it was a matter of time. Spock always had a violent side like that time he tried battling Captain Kirk to the death!
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A 22-year-old Bella Vista woman died this morning after her SUV went off the road on Clear Creek Road near Honeybee Road west of Redding, according to the California Highway Patrol.
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There are new buds on the hydrangea. A little hope of renewel. If the weather doesn’t do something crazy like bring a surprise snow to the valley floor this month they will flourish. There is also a volunteer sunflower that has been growing through the chilliest nights. It is nestled up against the big pine [...]
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This is absolutely nuts!
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His name is Benjamin B. Redding and he was Central Pacific Railroad's first land agent in 1864. When the railroad arrived here in 1872, they named their new railroad town to honor him which was their custom of naming their...
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A comment on today's editorial, about the city's crumbling streets and its attempt to at least stabilize the erosion, promotes what might be a thought-provoking event next month: For strategies in dealing with failing infrastructure --StrongTowns.org is comming to town...
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Firefighters are responding to a reported house fire in Millville.
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Deputies say they arrested a 42-year-old Red Bluff woman for holding a knife to her mother's throat and assaulting her.
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A memorial fund has been set up for those wishing to donate to one of the victims of last week's double murder in Mountain Gate.
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Here’s a home that somebody with about $50K cash can live in with no mortgage. We don’t often feature manufactured homes here at FDotD, but
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We’ve heard a few comments about how the number of homes for sale in the Shasta MLS dropped sharply last month. Today, its around 735 homes for sale in the Redding area. In fact, the real number of homes for sale hasn’t changed all that much over the last 6 months.
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For middle- and even upper-middle-class parents, it now is, according to this parsing of college costs by the Contra Costa Times: With typical aid, the family should expect to pay nearly $24,000 for a Cal State freshman's tuition, on-campus room...
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Residents of Shasta are scheduled to meet with Shasta County sheriffs deputies Thursday evening to come up with a plan to combat local vandals who have damaged property at Shasta elementary school, a local church, BLM sites and a park...
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The driver of the Subaru was pretty lucky.
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There's a 30 percent chance of rain after 4 p.m. today in Redding, though you wouldn't know it looking at this morning's sunny skies. The National Weather Service says clouds will increase by this afternoon. High temperatures should top out near 68 degrees. Rain becomes increasingly likely throughout the night and into ea
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Excuse the pause, but I hear my local TV newscaster/crime crier telling of another high-speed chase occurred one recent  Friday night. They didn’t have a fresh mug shot to show since the perpetrator ate his stash of methamphetamine and required hospitalization afterwards, no time for a photo yet. Fortunately for us all,
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For novice to seasoned gardeners seeking to improve productivity, this workshop will help you with planning and developing an organic garden, including information on acquiring good seed, preparing your soil for planting, developing an efficient watering system, and avoiding common mistakes to get you off to a good start. 
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Author and lecturer Dr. Victoria Morse will present a workshop on how to write your own biography. Attendees will want to bring pen and paper for segments of writing and sharing. Dr. Morse teaches classes on writing biographies, and lectures on a variety of topics. She has written The Handbook for Happy Living and Glimpse [
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The Theatre Department presents Molière’s classic comedy, School for Wives, which addresses the issue of “how to train” a girl to be the perfect wife. An older man, Arnolphe, believes the only way to get a pristine wife is to keep her ignorant and innocent, as he sets his sights on his ward Agnes and [...]
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The Redding branch of AAUW announces the Women in Math and Science Conference for 6th, 7th and 8th grade girls. Target area is Math and Science Middle School educators.  The conference goals are: •To increase young women's interest in mathematics and science. •To foster awareness of career opportunities for women in ma
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Think the streets around Redding are bumpier by the year? You're not imagining things. They're bad and getting worse.
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If you're like most people in Shasta County, when Election Day rolls around, you don't worry about getting to the polls because you've already voted. Voting by mail lets you conveniently vote at home or even your favorite cafe. Then, to get your ballot to your county elections office in time, you drop it in the
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Don't delete your Facebook account. Your children may call the police on you. Nearing my birthday, I decided to make changes in my life. Changes I had warned my children I would be making at a time to be determined by the changing tides or Mark Zuckerberg's growing empire.
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The Shasta College track and field teams had a successful day Saturday as the Knights set 35 personal records at the Beaver Invitational Relays held at American River College in Sacramento.
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CHICO -- Playing the top team in the section in its hometown is tough.
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West Valley star settles forsecond place
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The Hornets, Falcons, Patriots and Eagles will make a run at state on their home courts.
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Teens linked to spray-painting
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In 1912: The historic stage was passing away, and Shasta, Lassen and Modoc counties were gradually seeing the last of the old coaches. They were to be superseded by the automobile. Fall River Mills businessmen leased the stage line and planned to run three autos, one trip daily each way.
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More than 1,000 people came to the memorial service for Cottonwood Fire Capt. Mark Ratledge on Sunday morning, from grieving friends and family members to fire crews from as far as the Riverside area who journeyed north to pay their respects to an unknown comrade killed in the line of duty.
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If you should notice that there's a really nice perfumy smell somewhere in your house where there hadn't been one previously, it would probably be a good idea to find out where it's coming from.For some reason a spray bottle of perfume had taken it upon itself to continually siphon perfume upwards. Since no one
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More than 1,000 people, including fire units from as far as the Riverside area, came to the memorial service for Cottonwood Fire Capt. Mark Ratledge this morning in Cottonwood.
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BAKERSFIELD – Just like last season, West Valley High wrestler Austin Lobsinger stood in the depths of Rabobank Arena, explaining why he came up just short of winning a California wrestling title.
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Saddened to hear of the passing today of rock legend Ronnie Montrose. I have some of his LPs, and have always been a fan. He played live here in Redding. Early ’80s, I think. I can’t recall if it was at the Red Lion or the Holiday Inn, but it was in a big
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Saddened to hear of the passing today of rock legend Ronnie Montrose. I have some of his LPs, and have always been a fan. He played live here in Redding. Early ’80s, I think. I can’t recall if it was at the Red Lion or the Holiday Inn, but it was in a big conference room at a hotel on Hilltop. (Anyone remembe
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Here’s another REO on Remington. We recall it from 2009 as a failed short sale.
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Ah-Di-Na is a former Indian village site located beside the McCloud River. The site was purchased in 1896 by William R. Whittier from the Central Pacific Railroad who developed it into a sportsman's hunting and fishing paradise. It was later...
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It's going to be another sunny, unseasonably warm day today in Redding. Forecasters at the National Weather Service in Sacramento predict sunny skies and a high of 73 degrees. The low tonight will drop to 44 degrees. Monday, though, expect a 10 percent chance of rain after 4 p.m. Other than that, the day should be partly
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Stefan Baumann is now teaching additional classes in Redding. If you have dreamed of learning how to paint and desire to know the secrets of painting, Baumann believes that everyone can become an artist.  All it takes is desire. With more than 30 years experience teaching beginning to advanced levels, Baumann says he looks
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On a sunny day. With a picnic lunch. Or a book and a couple of apples. Your tax dollars paid for it. Behind the $70 mil. county admin building on Court Street. Note to self: 5-10 degrees cooler than its...
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A Portland, Ore., man was arrested Saturday after officers said he tried to cash a check that was stolen from a person in the Bay Area.
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BAKERSFIELD — Eight was great for two Redding wrestlers Saturday at the 40th annual California Interscholastic Federation State Wrestling Championships.
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Oh, we talk about forgiveness.
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Julie Weeder of the National Marine Fisheries Service told a Record Searchlight reporter the week before Thursday's meeting in Yreka about a proposed new coho salmon recovery plan that she hoped to hear from critics who'd say, "Hey Julie, you got it totally wrong."
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President Obama is a serial apologist, and his habitual knocking of America is why conservative media, GOP candidates and my peers have had a knee-jerk reaction to his latest "Our bad." This time I disagree with them. Obama's apology to Afghan President Hamid Karzai over the burning of some Qurans by U.S. milita
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I read, with great empathy, Jack Schreder's letter of Feb. 19 regarding the possible sale of the Camp Latieze property by the Shasta County Office of Education (SCOE). I can appreciate Mr. Schreder's concerns, having given his word that this property would be used for the benefit of schoolchildren of Shasta County a
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Redding Airports Manager Rod Dinger likens it to speed dating.
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I wish to join Mrs. Joseph King's voice (letter, Tuesday) and support City Councilwoman Dolores Lucero in Shasta Lake.
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We are fortunate to have at least two good candidates running for Supervisorial Districts 3 and 4.
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A wonderful ceremony to honor the officers and staff of Redding Police Department took place Wednesday at Redding City Council Chambers. What an outstanding example of professionalism and dedication to duty and community. A commitment to excellence in austere times and ever diminishing budgets.
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In September 2011 Caltrans filed a lawsuit against Shasta County. This suit was filed after the city of Redding, the Regional Transportation Planning Agency and others all expressed concern that the traffic plan for the Knighton Road shopping center was insufficient and did not adequately mitigate its impacts.
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The First Amendment clearly protects freedom of religion. It does this by not allowing "establishment," that is, government-paid interference. Nowhere in the common understanding of the First Amendment freedoms is found the absolute right to impose one's religion on others.
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I'm sorry that the Redding post office will lose its mail-sorting operation in May. That means when we send mail to someone in Redding, it will be sent to Sacramento for sorting, and then brought back here — adding two or three days to the delivery time. It also means that a lot of folks are going to lose their jo
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I know people are going to say it's normal, we're busy, or whatever excuse we can think of, but why does it take a tragedy to happen before we realize how much we appreciate what others do for us?
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I don't believe that insurance companies should be forced to pay for birth control. Sexually active men and women who don't want pregnancy to result from their activities should pay for their own preventive measures. Contraception is an expense based on a choice, not a medical condition. How expensive is a condom?
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Tuesday's Record Searchlight had an editorial saying the Redding Rancheria should declare that it plans to build a casino. There was also an extensive article about Reverge Anselmo's chapel.
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Blue Cross is raising medical insurance rates again. This time our rate will increase by a budget-busting 25 percent. We have seen our premium increase a staggering 84 percent over the past 18 months.
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Of all the new hire papers you process as an employer, the I-9 is one of the most important.
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A Plus Safety LLC in Redding, owned by Carol Howard, offers CPR, driver education, driver training and first aid instruction, first aid supplies and AED sales.
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he Kovenex Fire Blanket is a nonwoven flame-resistant thermal "blanket." Softer than many flame resistant materials, this lightweight, durable and flexible fabric can smother a small fire, even a grease-based fire on the stove. It won't tear or burn, will block extreme heat, emits no toxic fumes, and is safe for dir
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The cost of long-term care remains one of the greatest concerns of most Americans as they retire and enter their post-working years.
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Officials at Foothill High School called the Shasta County Sheriff’s Office on Friday morning after a student brought a replica hand grenade to school, sheriff’s logs say.
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In 1912: Harry Glover had the Mitchell car agency in Shasta County. The Mitchell was unquestionably a superior car for Redding and Shasta County, where the roads were largely mountainous and were not yet at the height of the road builder’s art.
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CHICO — Playing the top team in the section in its home town is tough.
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It's a warm sunny Wednesday inside a classroom when two eighth-graders start talking about another classmate — how they don't like her or her "hideous" clothes.
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This year has started in such a way that I wish we could just start over like an Etch-a-Sketch, where we turn it over, shake it up and start again.
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Feb. 1: Remy and Avis Hadley of Cottonwood, a girl.
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RED BLUFF — With public funds dried up to keep the city's beloved swimming pool open, a booster group is looking to raise enough to make that happen for about nine weeks this summer.
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Dear Babe: I have a 16-page "newsletter" program dated Oct. 22, 1938, for the University of Georgia vs. Holy Cross football game.— Anita Memos, Merrimack, N.H."Newsletters are different than programs," said Phil Regli, a longtime magazine dealer. "It's a school-paper release that talks about t
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Katie Anderson stood on her family's property in Shasta, a pair of soot-covered work gloves tucked under her right arm.
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Redding Airports Manager Rod Dinger likens it to speed dating.
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Psychologists say there isn't a simple formula for talking to young children about death and tragedies, something that may be on the minds of Shasta County's parents in the wake of a brutal February filled with a series of local killings, fatal fires and car crashes.
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Redding's City Council members can currently stay on the dais as long as the local electorate will allow, but the council Tuesday will consider asking voters if future city legislators should have term limits.
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Residents of the city of Shasta Lake will lose about 25 percent of their 2012 water allocations because of the unusually dry weather, forcing the city to purchase water to make up the difference.
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Get out and hike!
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CHICO — After two years of frustration, the Patriots got some sweet redemption on Saturday. Their story, as they hope, hasn't been fully told yet.
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The Enterprise High baseball team defeated Shasta High 5-3 on Saturday at the Ron Edwards Invite tournament played at Foothill High School.
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TRACK, FIELD CAMPS
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CHICO — Turns out third time is the charm.
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CHICO — Youth has sprung eternal for Enterprise basketball.
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CHICO — Inexperienced no more.
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Q: My 8-year-old caught a pair of western fence lizards in the park near our house. He brought them home and they're doing very well in a terrarium in his room. My son would like to keep them, but doesn't want to break any Fish and Game laws.
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Sean Kearns, Dan Kearns, Tim Kearns, Kevin Kearns Dead Eye
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High-octane reaction to my middle-of-the-road column today, e-mailed by one Greg Beale: Your piece today was interesting, although wrongheaded. You quoted Barry Goldwater, whose optimism you subscribe to; but you flew right by an important part "if man does...
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I have always enjoyed cemeteries, but especially ones with age and history. Often carefully laid out and tended, cemeteries can include a sense of art, architecture, order and peace. I grew up visiting cemeteries in the North East, where cemeteries are often right in the middle of small towns and cities and used as public [
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Emergency personnel who responded to reports of a stabbing victim experiencing dizziness at the Redding Library couldn't find him.
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Senior Portraits in Redding, CA. This senior was a blast to photograph. She had a natural beauty about her and just glowed in her photos. Photographing outdoors in Redding gives us the ability to use the natural surroundings to enhance the portrait. We used the sun as the backlight which just allowed the senior to pop.
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This wood-burning stone kiln produced lime for mortar. There are at least three that I know of in the area. Bulgin' Gulch was an early gold mining settlement located in Briggsville. Briggsville was located next door to Horsetown. Bulgin' Gulch...
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A Happy Valley man is recovering after being stabbed at a trailer park in Happy Valley overnight.
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Redding will get plenty of sun in the next week as temperatures hover around 70, though Tuesday could bring showers to the north state. Today will be warm and slightly breezy, as temperatures rise to around 71 and a northwest wind blows around 10 mph. Tonight's skies will be clear, with a low around 43. Sunday will be
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This one has garage parking for 4 cars, plus RV parking.
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My last fresh post here at DarcyArts was Nov. 3, 2011. The topic was death. I had been so pleased, after decades of reading up on life after death and NDEs, to hear that Steve Jobs last words were “Oh, wow! Oh, wow! Oh, wow!” I could well imagine the awesome passage he was entering [...]
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The Shasta Wolves baseball team shut out Winters 2-0 on Friday at the Ron Edwards Invite tournament played at Foothill High School.
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BAKERSFIELD — One local wrestler kept his state title dreams alive, and another brawled his way to within one match of earning a medal at the 40th annual California Interscholastic Federation State Wrestling Championships on Friday.
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CHICO — It was a day of firsts through the opening day of games at the Northern Section prep basketball championships at Chico State on Friday.
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CHICO — The Eagles' hot start lasted just long enough to hold off Anderson's late surge to claim their fourth Northern Section championship in six years on Friday.
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The Mountain Gate man accused of murdering two men Tuesday with an axlike tool and stabbing two others with a fork-knife barbecue utensil was back in Shasta Superior Court on Friday as his appointed defense attorney confirmed he will be able to represent him.
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Though haunted by the memories of years of abuse suffered as a child, the hardest moment of Denise Wilson's life came much later.
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For Los Molinos kindergarten teacher Claudia Trout, there's nothing quite like having wee ones ready to start school on day one.
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CHICO — For the second straight season, the Falcons are Northern Section champions.
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A Mountain Gate man who survived a blood-soaked killing spree that left two men dead said Friday he couldn't believe it when his normally gentle and docile friend stabbed him the face with a barbecue knife-fork.
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A California Highway Patrol officer was arrested Friday night on charges stemming from a daylong search of his house that turned up explosive devices, assault weapons and methadone, the CHP reported.
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Redding restaurateur Joe Wong's newest culinary endeavor opens next week.
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The North Woods Discovery School on Friday night lost its bid for a new home in the Redding School District.
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CHICO —The Lions were a half away from their first section title in program history on Friday. A half, though, gave plenty of time to the top team in the section to turn things around.
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Voters understandably grow frustrated with deeply entrenched politicians who buck public dissatisfaction and, leveraging name recognition, insider support and sheer political inertia, remain in office seemingly forever. Seeing no other way to change a system, many have embraced the seemingly natural solution of term limits.
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Republicans, desperate for a potent election-year issue, spy opportunity as the price of gas has gone up. Pump prices nationally (around $3.60) are at a record for this time of year. Locally, a gallon of regular costs over four bucks as I write this.
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I don't support speeding, running red lights, drunken driving, domestic violence or terrorism. But I'm much more concerned when the police or the government try to take away our personal freedoms, liberty or hard-earned money without justification, evidence or fairness.
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Front page stuff, no less! $3.6 billion spent for coho salmon?
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I wonder if it's legal for gas station owners to keep increasing prices when what they're selling could possibly be fuel they purchased weeks, maybe months, previously at a lower price before all the scare tactics sent prices through the roof.
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MT. SHASTA — Matt Puckett slowly lowered the aluminum pipe into the snow, being careful to get an accurate reading.
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In 1912: The rain came gustfully and in bucketfuls, flooding streets, gutters and drains, turning Redding into a temporary Venice. It was the long looked for, sought and prayed for rain that the farmer wanted and the civilian said that by all right of future prosperity, and the hope of the millennium, he should have.
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A California Highway Patrol officer was arrested tonight on charges stemming from a day-long search of his house that turned up explosive devices, assault weapons and methadone, the CHP reported.
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After talking with an elderly friend I was prompted to write a column on humor.
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Melissa Riley and Jaime Marquez
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Get out and hike!
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Q: My 8-year-old caught a pair of western fence lizards in the park near our house. He brought them home and they're doing very well in a terrarium in his room. We did some online research to find out how to care for them, and came across several lively debates on the herp forums as to whether it's even legal to kee
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The Northwest News Network has an odd item from the scientific front: The current method of surveying for endangered spotted owls involves playing recorded owl calls and waiting for a response. But nature is throwing a wrench in this technique....
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EHS art students create a new venue to experience visual art. Students are involved in all aspects of the business of art: making, judging, installing, exhibiting, promoting, and potentially selling their art work. EHS has opened the EHS Art Gallery on campus and will regularly feature new work during the Second Saturday
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Playing bridge has more benefits than the social and fun aspect. Studies show that it helps keep the mind more alert and could add years to your life.
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"From February 22 - April 1, our community will be one of many joining together for a faith-filled, groundbreaking, coordinated pro-life mobilization -- 40 Days for Life. 40 Days for Life is a focused pro-life effort that consists of: 40 days of prayer and fasting 40 days of peaceful vigil 40 days of community
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Take a virtual tour here. Kinda cool-looking on the inside. From the outside it looks a lot like a shipping container....
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As of today, March 1st, the historic Blumb Bakery has re-opened in Shasta State Historic Park. Tiffany DiGuiseppe-Samples and her business partner, Crystal Widner, and their families, dressed in period garb, will serve hot beverages, crepes and local baked goods....
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The brick courthouse at Shasta was built in 1855 as a private business house and merchandise store. Shasta County purchased it in 1861 for $25,000 and remodeled it into five offices, a courtroom and a downstairs jail.
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The north state's state senator and would-be congressman was the voice opposing high-speed rail on PBS NewsHour last night. Can't much disagree with anything he said, but he's a bit disingenuous here: Our state budget is collapsing all around us...
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The first confirmed wild wolf to enter California in nearly a century has returned to his home state
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Ask Anna columnist Anna Moseley has an easy tip for removing was on a wood floor.
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Redding horticulturist Gordon Elliott offers a step-by-step plan for growing potatoes in stacked tires.
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You can tap into lots of interesting varieties if you grow your own potatoes. Here's how to get a good crop.
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California pipevine has unusual flowers and an important tie to Pipevine Swallowtail butterflies.
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I'm concerned about genetically engineered seeds. How can I be sure I'm buying organic ones?
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Don’t leave pulled weeds on bare, moist ground. Some can root again. Toss leafy weeds that don’t have flowers in the compost pile. The roots of perennials, such as dandelions, should go into the trash, as should any weeds that have set seed. Source: Sunset Western Garden Book
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Outdoor senior portraits in Redding. There are so many great locations to photograph in Redding. This senior wanted a more urban look sow e found some fun conrete structures and went town :). Here favorite color is pink and it was a perfect pop color for the urban enviornment.  
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A man is in custody and another is on the loose after a pursuit east of Redding this morning.
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A vehicle jumped a culvert on Highway 299 east of Redding this morning was pulled out of the embankment around 1:50 p.m.
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Chimney sweeps have a long and infamous history. Children, unable to be fed through the winter in the European mountains, often were sold to dealers who made them chimney sweeps in the big cities. They were ill fed to keep them small so as to fit inside the chimneys. These were the “climbin
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It was located on the east side of Battle Creek, parallel to Shingletown Ridge at the Battle Creek Bridge. It began being settled in the early 1880s and the first settler was a Mr. Bateman. Enough people settled there to...
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Last sold @ $399K. Properties along the Sacramento River are beachfront real estate equivalent for Shasta County.
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The north state will bask under sunny skies today. The National Weather Service forecasts a high of 64 in Redding with a north wind blowing between 8 and 11 mph. Overnight the low will be 39 under clear skies. The weekend is looking sunny and warm with highs in the low 70s.
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The Enterprise Lions Club will be Holding their 5th annual “Bowling for Sight” bowling tournament at Country Bowl on Bechelli to raie funds for the Lions Sightfirst program. The bowling tournament will be held March 10, 2012 at 1:00pm. The cost is $30 for the tournament, entry blanks will be at the bowling alley. Person
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Whiskeytown National Recreation Area will host local author Jeffrey Rich, and co-authors Terri Lhuillier and Joanne Brady at the park’s visitor center on Saturday, March 10 from 1:30 p.m. to 3:30 p.m. for a personal discussion and book signing.  The visitor center is located at 14412 J.F. Kennedy Memorial Drive in Whiske
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A little advice to men posting photos on a dating service … don’t pose wearing a wife-beater T-shirt, while holding up a fish (bigger is not better) with your pit bull Sparky nearby. I heard someone say he was depressed about being depressed. Ok, now I’m concerned because that makes sense to me. A friend [...]
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College scholarship program announced
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It's been a tough few years for the RV and recreational boating industry.
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The city's new law enforcement center will be move-in ready next week after a more than nine-month delay in the nearly $4 million project.
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A memorial service for Cottonwood Fire Protection District Capt. Mark Ratledge will be held Sunday at West Cottonwood Junior High School.
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A Redding woman whose 18-year-old daughter was killed by a drunken driver last year spoke with him Thursday for the first time since the deadly crash.
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In 1912: The Ehman Olive Co., the largest producers and shippers of olives and their products in the state, had been doing a great work in improving the Alexander olive grove in Happy Valley.
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The man accused of going on a murderous rampage in Mountain Gate Tuesday, killing two men with an ax-like tool and stabbing two others with a kitchen fork, admitted to the bizarre killings, a Shasta County sheriff's report says.
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RED BLUFF -- Volunteers are hard at work trying to preserve access to a landmark that's been a classroom for children and respite for weary travelers for decades.
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National Marine Fisheries Service officials came to Yreka on Thursday looking for local cooperation to implement a $3.6 billion plan to get coho salmon off the Endangered Species List.
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Two robbers take $3,000 from store
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The National Park Service wants its neighbors to know about the economic lift that its parks and recreation areas give to the local economy. But you know what? You can have too much of a good thing.
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It's been a wild ride, but the storyline of the Republican race remains remarkably simple and constant: It's Mitt Romney and the perishable pretenders.
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I have been to Anselmo's Vineyard. I've been to the chapel. I have listened, close up, to the three chapel bells ring. The heavenly sound reverberates clear through to one's bone marrow and it is keenly spiritual.
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I was recently approached by youngsters trying to sell cookie dough for a school fundraiser. Sixteen dollars for cookie dough was way above my budget and far from any kind of reality as to value.
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Re: "Do you know what wolves really do?":
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Area standouts among contenders for championships
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The Cubs, Eagles and Lions highlight a marquee slate of girls games in the Northern Section basketball championships in Chico today and Saturday.
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Four of the five Northern Section championship prep boys basketball games include a local team, with both Foothill and Central Valley attempting to repeat section titles in Divisions III and IV, respectively.
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The Enterprise High baseball team opened its season with two wins at the Ron Edwards Invite at Foothill High School on Thursday.
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The NorCal John Frank Memorial Run is set for its 42nd edition this Saturday in Redding.
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Two armed men reportedly robbed a business in Lakehead at gunpoint just after 7 p.m. and made off with $3,000.
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News reports that Stockton, Hercules and Lincoln are all considering bankruptcy to deal with structural financial problems made me think of this upbeat piece I wrote on Lincoln in October 2005, as the state's real estate-driven economy boomed and many...
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A memorial fund has been set up for the family of firefighter Mark Ratledge, who was killed Wednesday morning on Interstate 5 just south of Anderson.
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The cold winter storm that has brought rain and snow to our area is now moving eastward.   The Redding area could see a few light showers until the early afternoon, but skies will be clearing after dark.  Snow levels Wednesday night got down to about 1000 feet and today will be near1500 feet, but any precipitation [...]
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A prison van transporting Tehama County Jail inmates flipped over on Highway 36 this morning, and the inmates were trapped inside for at least an hour, according to the California Highway Patrol.
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Conditions at Mt. Shasta Ski Park Day skiing: Open Night skiing: Open Temperature: 22 degrees Skies: Cloudy Wind: Light Visibility: Limited Depth: 40 inches at base, 53 inches at top New snow overnight: 3 inches New snow during the past 24 hours: 3 inches Snow surface: Powder, packed powder and machine groomed. Trails: 32 o
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This is not logic, it's California. That, reportedly, was Gov. Jerry Brown's reply to a former Shell executive who told the governor how exploiting the state's oil supplies could turn around the economy, according to Joel Kotkin. The full context:...
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Before I decide to cheat on the love of my life, In N Out Burger, I’d like to know what others here in Redding,Ca think of the new 5 guys Restaurant. I put this poll up but if you care to elaborate on your experience there is always the comment section below. Don’t worry you can remain completely [...]
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What better way to celebrate Dr. Seuss's birthday then to spend the day exploring The Art of Dr. Seuss, listening to his amazing stories read by local celebrities, and taking part in fun Seuss-inspired activities (including Oobleck, tic-tac-toe and more). Seuss Celebrity Reading Competition Participants - Park guests will s
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Clothing that was too close to an electric heater caused the fire this week that killed a 6-year-old Redding boy, the Shasta Fire Department announced today.
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I may have to try this prank out. When I was a kid I always loved pretending that I was puking with soda. I used to love the reactions from passing drivers… warm fuzzy memories.
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This under-priced foreclosure home generated a huge amount of interest last week. We must have shown it a dozen times. Today, it’s Pending Sale, wh
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Here’s a remodeled 1958 home located near east Redding’s commercial district at Mistletoe.
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The class of 2012 is still rocking their senior portraits. Here's Skylar on an outdoor senior portrait session here in Redding.
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If only I still had my 86 Volvo.
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A Redding man was arrested on suspicion of driving under the influence after he lost control of his Toyota sedan and the vehicle burst into flames in the Mercy Medical Center parking garage early this morning.
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Traffic is being stopped this morning 10 miles north of Redding on Interstate 5 as authorities are screening drivers to make sure they have chains in their possession.
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Expect showers most of the day in the north state before the weather starts to dry out Friday and for the weekend. The National Weather Service forecasts a high of 51 in Redding today with a sound wind blowing around 6 miles per hour. Tonight it will be partly cloudy with a low around 33.
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Critics of the plan to dismantle four Klamath River hydroelectric dams have long argued that the reviews leading up to an official up or down decision were rigged from the get-go, that scientific studies were twisted and inconvenient evidence ignored in the push to make a hard-won settlement among farmers, Indian tribes and
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A 15-year-old Redding prodigy, a mother-daughter team from Cottonwood and a Red Bluff native who was invited to the Hungarian Embassy in Washington, D.C. to help celebrate the 200th anniversary of Franz Liszt’s birth will be among the highlights at Saturday’s “A Touch of Classical Piano” concert.
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Former Redding artist Sean Randall started painting relatively late in life. He finished my first painting in 2006 and hasn't stopped since. "Only artists, addicts and obsessive-compulsives will understand this: Painting isn't something I choose to do. It's something I have to do," says Randall about his artistic endeavors.
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There are times, indeed, when a beer is just a beer, and a bar is just a bar. There are times when a night out means loud music and dancing, and others when it means good food and drinks and atmosphere. If Shameless O’leery’s were to be so categorized, the latter would be the most apt description.
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Even though she helps cigarette smokers kick the habit, Anderson hypnotherapist Marge Perry is addicted – to the glazed walnut and chicken salad at Cheesecakes Unlimited & Café in east Redding.
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Dan Richards, who chairs the California Fish and Game Commission, is under fire in the Capitol because he killed a mountain lion in Idaho and posed with his trophy for a picture that was later published on a hunting publication website.
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Rick Santorum is engaging in class warfare.
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Redding police nab suspected burglars Officers said they arrested four people from Redding in connection with 12 daytime burglaries in Shasta County during the past few weeks.
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Redding police nab suspected burglars
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The Patriots return to the promised land.
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CORNING — The Falcons calmly sank crunchtime free throws, nailed several deep jumpers on a comeback run and got defensive stops late to sew up a spot in the section title game once again.
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The Redding Christian girls basketball team pulled out a 59-44 road victory over second-seeded Champion Christian on Wednesday to advance to the Northern Section Division VI finals.
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The Sacramento River this summer is set to become the first water body in the world to be documented inch-for-inch in photographs.
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Shasta County schools could receive large increases in their state funding allocations — up to $7.5 million under one scenario — if 15 districts merge to form a single large district.
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Sales of distressed properties in Shasta County in 2011 did brisk business, and experts expect more of the same in 2012. More than four out of every 10 homes sold last year in Shasta County were in some stage of foreclosure, RealtyTrac reported today.
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Redding police recognized more than a dozen of their own and a California Highway Patrol officer Tuesday at the department's annual awards ceremony.
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A Redding church sued last year by an American Indian family over access to a nearby cemetery has now sued that family and Shasta County in return, alleging the county is letting the family trespass on church land to reach the sacred grave site.
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The public got its first look Wednesday at some of the proposals for adding amenities to Whiskeytown National Recreation Area's backcountry.
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MOUNTAIN GATE — Two men who authorities say were killed Tuesday by a rampaging ex-con were random victims who had no connection to an earlier fight at a home near the Lehigh Cement Co.
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The town of Cottonwood is grieving after one of its own was killed Wednesday morning.
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The former chief of the Mount Shasta Fire Protection District is charged with misappropriation of public funds after allegedly using his district credit card to purchase between $5,000 and $10,000 in personal items.
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Our beautiful Sundial Bridge will serve as a meeting place for women, men and children to stand in celebration of women on March 8. This 101 International Women’s Day will also be when thousands of beings stand together on bridges in 70 countries around the world. Four hundred and sixty-four events just like this one w
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A man with a video camera and more questions than answers. Worth watching....
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Police Chief cites lack of staff, early jail releases
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Violent crimes:
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Shasta Blood Center is in need of A-, AB+ and O- blood. BloodSource is in need of A- and O- blood. Platelet and plasma donors are also needed. Shasta Blood Center will hold blood drives from 11:30 a.m. to 4 p.m. Saturday and 12:30 to 4 p.m. on Sunday at Movies 14 in Redding. Donors will receive a free movie ticket.
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Harry Daniell of Redding is a competitive runner who leaves the other guys in the dust whenever he can. In a recent 9-mile race at Trinidad on the coast, he beat everyone in his age group.
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This week I had a reader ask about ways to improve lower back strength. I'm going to cover the Superman, which is a great way to strengthen the low back and stabilize the spine
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Is retirement an outdated luxury in today's economy or does it present an uncertainty about how to live the next chapter of your life? A recent article in the Record Searchlight reported that many people are prevented from retiring because they haven't been able to accumulate enough savings. There are others, however, strug
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WEDNESDAY -- The first storm went through the area last night with gusty winds and rain.  Snow levels dropped to near 1500 feet in some areas Tuesday night.  There are two weaker storm systems that will move through our area today and early Thursday. These storms are not as strong as last night’s but they are [...]
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Forbes.com has an essay by Rep. Marsha Blackburn (R-TN), headlined "The TSA is coming to a highway near you." An excerpt: In the dead of night, the Transportation Security Administration (TSA) administratively reclassified airport security screeners as Transportation Security Officers....
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There's vanishingly little chance it will pass the Senate and win the current president's signature, but the House of Representatives passed a bill, sponsored by Rep. Devin Nunes, to increase the reliability of water deliveries to San Joaquin Valley farmers....
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Message from Mr. Jesrani:About a year ago to the day, March 1, 2011, I opened the doors to my own law practice.  While I have been practicing law now for several years, having my own law business is very different than just practicing law as a lawyer.
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Officers said they arrested four people from Redding on suspicion of participating in 12 burglaries in Shasta County throughout the past few weeks.
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We all know we eat too much sugar in the USA, mainly processed foods and soda, but the last paragraph of this Medical News Today article on a new CDC study puts it in eye-opening perspective: To make matters clear,...
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MOUNTAIN GATE — Two men killed Tuesday by a rampaging ex-con were random victims who had no connection to an earlier fight at a Wonderland Boulevard home near the Lehigh Cement Co., Shasta County Sheriff’s deputies said.
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One person is in custody after law enforcement received reports that a man fired a gun inside a residence outside Millville.
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This story is taken from the scrapbooks of pioneer May Southern in which she talks about pioneer G. W. Farleigh who was hired by mule packers as a boy to help lead a mule loaded with gold over the dangerous...
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A Redding man pleaded guilty this week to five felony counts of sexually molesting two young girls, according to the Shasta County District Attorney’s Office.
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Oh my God, Davy Jones died. After Paul McCartney, he was my first huge unrequited love.
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The former chief of the Mount Shasta Fire Protection District is charged with misappropriation of public funds after allegedly using his district credit card to purchase between $5,000 and $10,000 in personal items.
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I talk with Mike Kerns, who, with his wife Nancy, owns the local YAKS coffee houses in Redding. Nancy hails form Albany. Ore, and Mike's from Mt. Shasta. The couple likes to say that they've  lived a life of entrepreneurial successes and failures, and each venture has served as their business classroom. Nancy attended
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Conditions at Mt. Shasta Ski Park Day skiing: Open Night skiing: Closed Temperature: 21 degrees Skies: Cloudy Wind: Light Visibility: Good Depth: 40 inches at base, 50 inches at top New snow overnight: 24 inches New snow during the past 24 hours: 24 inches Snow surface: Powder and packed powder Trails: 19 open, 11 groomed R
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Dan Walters weighs in on the lion-hunting fuss: This is the same Legislature that didn't react when one of its members was caught by police with a prostitute in his car, parked alongside a busy Los Angeles highway, or when...
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A Cottonwood firefighter died this morning and a California Highway Patrol officer and another person were injured after being hit by a pickup that slid off a hail-covered Interstate 5.
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Several mountain roads in the north state have chain restrictions due to the winter storm that blew through the area overnight.
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Here’s a unique government owned tri-level of about 2440 sqft, west of Redding on the way to Whiskeytown.
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Does Shasta County need to overhaul its chain of command, which includes a little-understood array of quasi-independent departments that critics say have little oversight?
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The only good news for the Republicans coming out of the seemingly endless presidential candidate "debates" is that some Republican leaders are now belatedly thinking about how they can avoid a repetition of this debacle in future elections.
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America has become a great country for people born with silver spoons in their mouths. Those of us who have to work for a living are getting the short end of the stick.
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Where has all the money gone? Bonuses for bankers? I don't know. Some people say 1 percent of the population is doing quite well, incomes way up, though perhaps it is a sign of our times that the once trendy Gottschalks is being converted to a Goodwill store.
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PALO CEDRO –Late game heroics weren't in store for the Cougars the second time around.
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What a difference a year makes.
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PALO CEDRO — There would be no letdown at The Palace for the Foothill boys basketball team.
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The top-seeded West Valley girls basketball team thumped fourth-seeded Orland 51-14 at home in the Northern Section Division IV semifinals Tuesday.
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In the playoffs, star power can be unbeatable.
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The Orland Trojans and Chico Panthers put on an impressive performance at the Northern Section Masters wrestling tournament over the weekend.
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Brenda O'Keeffe (left), vice president of Mission Integration and Spiritual Care of Mercy Medical Center Redding, speaks to retired Construction Manager Ron Craddock after phase two of the emergency department expansion was blessed Tuesday afternoon. The facilities will go into use Thursday. The $18.5 million Emergency Depa
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Becker's Forklift Parts & Equipment has moved to 2339 Wyndam Lane in Redding.
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RED BLUFF — A talk on wolves drew some heat in Tehama County on Tuesday, with some audience members at a Board of Supervisors meeting venting outrage.
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MOUNTAIN GATE —Two men were killed Tuesday afternoon and another was injured when an ex-con allegedly went on a rampage that included a stabbing, a bludgeoning and a fatal fire in a pickup that also sparked a series of explosions outside a house near the Lehigh Cement Co., Shasta County sheriff's deputies said.
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A federal judge has tossed a lawsuit filed by a Sacramento medical marijuana collective that had challenged a federal crackdown on pot dispensaries operating legally under state law.
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A federal agency's former scientific integrity adviser has filed a whistle-blower complaint saying he was fired from his job after he began questioning top officials about "spinning" evidence to tout the removal of Klamath River dams.
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Swimming came naturally to 85-year-old Ruth Griffin and filled her life with joy.
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A group of county residents submitted more than 300 signatures to Shasta County supervisors Tuesday urging cooperation with restaurateur Reverge Anselmo, who recently sued the county contending officials wouldn't give him a building permit for a private chapel.
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WASHINGTON —Chico businessman Bob Linscheid said he was upset Tuesday afternoon.
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A fire quickly destroyed a two-story home Tuesday morning on Charron Lane north of Highway 299 in the Bella Vista area.
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Residents are reporting numerous downed power lines and fallen trees, while the National Weather Service is reporting wind gusts of more than 50 mph and wind speeds of 32 mph. The California Highway Patrol has stopped traffic on Interstate 5 between Fawndale and Yreka because of white outs in Siskiyou County.
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Strong winds caused a tree to fall onto a house, dispatchers reported shortly before 9 p.m.
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Dispatchers are reporting power lines down in two spots in Bella Vista along Highway 299, with one utility pole reported on fire.
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The California Highway Patrol is closing northbound Interstate 5 at Fawndale.
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Say, Whiskeytown National Recreation Area is holding a scoping meeting tomorrow evening at Redding City Hall to explain and gather public feedback about its backcountry plan, as the R-S' Damon Arthur reported a few weeks back. At that time, however,...
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So Daniel Richards, head of the Fish and Game Commission, has responded to the calls for his resignation. He is not repentant. Just read the whole thing, which unfortunately is an image and would be work to excerpt....
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A federal judge has tossed a lawsuit filed by a Sacramento medical marijuana collective that had challenged a federal crackdown on pot dispensaries operating legally under state law.
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The Bee reports from Benjamin Wagner's speech at the Sacramento Press Club: Benjamin Wagner, U.S. Attorney for the Eastern District of California, said his office is not interested in prosecuting sick people using medical marijuana. But he warned that the...
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You know, it's normal for political advocates to look at the events of the day and come to the shocking conclusion that the news only proves that their cause is right and just and true. That's just how folks get...
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A mental health evaluation was ordered today for a Cottonwood man accused of trying to kill two paramedics and an emergency medical technician by ramming his pickup into their ambulance outside Mercy Medical Center earlier this month.
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Reports are compiled by Western Outdoor News. Call 800-290-2929. BEST BITES SACRAMENTO RIVER, Redding — Trout fishing continued to be very good at flows a bit above 5,000 cubic feet per second. Fishing was best around Redding — especially for the larger trout-although trout were being caught down to Anderson. Drift Glo-
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A federal scientific integrity adviser studying dam removal on the Klamath River has filed a whistleblower complaint saying he was fired from his job after he began questioning top officials “spinning” the benefits of removing the dams while downplaying the negatives of the project.
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A cold winter storm is moving onto the Northern California coast and It looks like we will finally get some much needed snow in the mountains. Clouds increased  with precipitation spreading across the north state Tuesday afternoon and evening. Gusty south to southwest winds are expected through Wednesday. Snow levels will
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Two men were killed this afternoon and another was injured in a reported stabbing and truck fire at a home near the Lehigh Cement Company in Mountain Gate, according to the Shasta County Sheriff's Office.
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A fire quickly destroyed a two-story home this morning on Charron Lane north of Highway 299 in the Bella Vista area.
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In 1883, State Fish Commissioners approved the building of a fish ladder at the Pit River Falls in the Pit River Canyon in an attempt to help the salmon swim beyond the falls. Sadly, it didn't work. "...About half way...
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That’s the premise of Marc Beauchamp’s blogpost today. Or maybe 1987 prices. We don’t know about 1987, but here is the latest chart we have for statewide home prices from the California Association of Realtors.
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See how the 2012 Schedule shaping up. March 17 and 18, Test and Tune both days! We will also be having Chassis Certification and Extended Tech both days. Mandatory RSVP for the Chassi
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There were only 107 REO properties listed for sale today. That’s a low number.
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This plane is truly amazing. I was lucky enough to see one perform in Sacramento,Ca a few years back. Not only are these planes amazing they are very intimidating, especially if you were to be on the receiving end. Another video of the Raptor defying gravity.
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“My name is Amigo Montoya your dried my father prepare to die!”
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A head-on collision closed Canyon Road at Highway 273 just south of Win-River Casino for several hours this morning.
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From an AP story on December home prices (down again): ...(home) prices have fallen 34 percent nationwide since the housing bust, back to 2002 levels. A gauge of quarterly national prices, which covers 70 percent of U.S. homes, fell to...
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The north state should stay relatively dry today before rain and wind moves in tonight. There is a 40 percent chance of rain today with less than one-tenth of an inch expected on the valley floor. But will rain will arrive tonight, according to the National Weather Service. New rainfall amounts could reach a half inch. Wind
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Plain speaking is a rarity in the law, but the introduction to U.S. District Court Judge Samuel Conti's ruling against the Redding Rancheria in its lawsuit against the Interior Department was an admirable exception.
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When conservative politicians say "paycheck protection," they're really talking about protecting their own positions and paychecks, not those of any group of workers.
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What is the matter with Shasta Lake City Council members? Do they believe they can continue abusing the good people of Shasta Lake by imposing three more years of rate increases? I think not.
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The other morning on the world news they announced that the post offices were laying off 35,000, Sears is closing stores, and Procter & Gamble laying off 5,700. Well so much for the job market getting better. Those are people out of work.
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This brief letter is written to shed some light and afterthoughts regarding the Santa extravaganza on Harlan Drive in Redding — our town.
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I would like to urge your readers to support efforts to require that Genetically Engineered (GE) foods be labeled in the State of California.
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I do daily driving on my job, and what do I see a lot of? Fewer and fewer drivers use their turn signals, and since newer cars no longer come with ashtrays, smokers simply throw cigarette ashes and butts out the window.
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Three others injured in head-on crash
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Decision to withhold permit spurs protest
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Carl Bott, owner of and able morning host on KCNR 1460, was among those at today's pro-Reverge Anselmo rally about the timing of a special board meeting this afternoon specifically to discuss who is ultimately in charge of the county's...
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Shasta County Superior Court Judge Stephen Baker said Monday he'll issue a ruling within two weeks on Redding's request for a court order to shut down some 10 medical marijuana dispensaries that haven't complied with the city's recent ban on the businesses.
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Refunds available for '08 tax return
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Man found dead near parked ATV
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Shasta County supervisors agreed at a special meeting Monday they need to at least clarify how department heads are managed so residents know who to contact for help with land use and other issues.
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A 6-year-old Redding boy was killed Monday morning when a fire swept through his family's mobile home east of Swasey Drive between Redding and Shasta just before 10 a.m.
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Local public health officials are urging people not to let their guards down even though this flu season so far has been extremely mild.
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Secretary of the Interior Ken Salazar announced Monday he was putting off making a decision on dynamiting dams on the Klamath River because Congress has not yet given him the go-ahead.
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It might be my allergy to extraneous exclamation points --- a cheap substitute for genuine enthusiasm --- but the Shasta County supervisors will consider approving a ballot argument against the Knighton Road shopping-center referendum at tomorrow's meeting, and it seems...
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A must-read essay in the Wall Street Journal Full of common sense. Excerpt: Years ago, Charlie, a highly respected orthopedist and a mentor of mine, found a lump in his stomach. It was diagnosed as pancreatic cancer by one of...
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In 1912: The Sisson Promotion Association was working to have Mt. Shasta designated as a national park. Members were drafting a resolution to go before the state and the nation.
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We were invited to dinner Saturday night at the home of friends who always make an amazing dinner. Somewhere along the line it became clear that he, in particular, loves pie, so the last few times we've gone to their house I have brought them a pie. Apple, blackberry, lemon meringue - if it's pie, he is a happy guy.
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Baked Rigatoni with Spinach Cook/prep time: 30 Minutes Number of servings: 6 Ingredients 1 pound rigatoni 3 tablespoons olive oil 1 10-ounce package frozen spinach, thawed 2 cups (about 1 pound) ricotta cheese 5 tablespoons grated Parmesan cheese 1/2 teaspoon grated nutmeg 3/4 teaspoon salt 1/4 teaspoon fresh-ground black p
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About 200 people gathered on Monday at a private chapel about 20 miles east of Redding to protest what they said has become an oppressive government.
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The family of a 16-year-old boy in the intensive care unit at Mercy Medical Center after a wreck Friday is asking for donations to help pay the boy’s medical expenses.
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I picked up my certified letter this morning from the ex-renter whom I am taking to small claims court for unpaid back rent. What in essence it said was, "I'm proposing to pay you $500 a month in two $250 increments paid by money order, one by the 10th and one by the 25th."This is complicated. Under California l
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Shasta County Superior Court Judge Stephen Baker said Monday he’ll issue a ruling within two weeks on Redding’s request for a court order to shut down some 10 medical marijuana dispensaries that haven’t complied with the city’s recent ban on the businesses.
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SACRAMENTO - The former Bieber postmaster pleaded guilty today in U.S. District Court to embezzling money from the small Lassen County post office, a spokeswoman for the U.S. Attorney's Office said.
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WILLOWS — A 19-year-old inmate was found dead inside a holding cell at the Glenn County Jail Saturday morning. He was identified as Shasta Lake resident Kenneth William Beck III.
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Did you know that when the new Redding courthouse was built in 1888, all courthouse business ended at the Shasta courthouse and it stood vacant for years? Once the courthouse move was made, many more Shasta businesses packed up and...
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To be sure, it’s a diet my cat would approve of. Every restaurant needs a niche. The sign has been like this for a few months now. Really Redding i
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A 58-year-old Redding woman was killed and three were injured this morning in a head-on wreck on Lake Boulevard near Santa Rosa Way in Redding.
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This blogger commented on Mr. Beauchamp's blog today, but I don't expect him to publish it.While the "Wretched Flashlight", ignore real issues, KQMS was allowing Protective Parent advocates to come on there morning show and try to make all aware of the secret epidemic that is the Family Court system.What bu
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Here’s a home with some horse facilities not far from Lake Shasta. We sort of skimm
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This is a public service announcement. Stay away from family court and local attorneys if there is a child custody issue involved in your case. Regardless of how much faith you have in the evidence against your estranged spouse, or how much  faith you may have in the fact that you are&
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A 6-year-old Redding boy was killed this morning when a fire swept through his family's mobile home west of Redding.
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Here's an odd political twist. Friends of Colonel Pete Stiglich (Colonel Pete) has formally challenged the Siskiyou County Republican Central Committee's recent endorsement of State Senator Doug LaMalfa for congress. According to Colonel Pete, candidate for California's 1st Congressional District,...
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...or the history business? So I wondered after catching their 9:30 a.m. news break this morning which was led by "news" that two teens on a moped were hit by a truck in Keswick on Friday afternoon, a story most...
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Should the federal government subsidize eminent-domain actions in the name of "economic development"? I'd sure as heck say no. The House, I'm informed, is likely to agree. From the Hill: The House on Monday afternoon is expected to approve legislation...
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This is too sad you can’t help but feel sad for the lonely dictators out there.
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Authorities say a man found dead this morning by an ATV in the Buckeye area of north Redding may have succumbed to some sort of health problem.
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An apparent domestic dispute resulted in a stabbing in a downtown Redding hotel Sunday night.
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This was sent to us by Alan Phillips, so very true. Watch for his documentary on this subject, coming soon.Thanks to those who have contacted this blog with their information, to the rest
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A 62-year-old man was arrested this morning on suspicion of interfering with firefighters after he allegedly admitted to starting a dumpster fire in downtown Redding.
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The workweek starts with a slim chance of showers today before rain will move into the area Tuesday afternoon.
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The Ivy B. Horr Medical Education Loan Fund is now accepting applications for 2012.  Loans up to $10,000 are available to students who attended high school in Shasta, Lassen, Tehama, Modoc, Trinity, or Siskiyou counties.  The deadline is March 30, 2012.  To be eligible for this scholarship the student must be engaged in
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The Chico premiere of Green Fire, the new documentary film about legendary conservationist Aldo Leopold and his legacy, will be held at the Pageant Theatre on Sunday, March 4 at 6:30 p.m. Tickets are $10, available at the door. This special screening is a benefit for Up the Road, a new nonprofit environmental education and
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When asked what they would like to focus on during a facial, almost all of my clients mention wanting to have “that glow” - that healthy, sexy, radiant afterglow glow.
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Dr. Ron Prinz, the lead investigator on the CDC-sponsored U.S. Triple P System Population Trial will be speaking at a conference for practitioners. Triple P, the Positive Parenting Program, is a scientifically proven parenting program designed for all parents and is available right now in Shasta County. It is a proven progr
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For the second time, the 1078 Art Gallery in Chico celebrates local food and art with Slow Food Shasta Cascade. On exhibit will be local artists' interpretations of the North State's seasonal bounty. Reception: Friday, March 2, 7–10pm. Tastings by local chefs. No host bar with local wine and beer makers. From 7 until 8pm,
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Wait, that wasn't already against the law?
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Congress finally passed the payroll tax cut extension. This bill also extends unemployment benefits and provides continued funding for doctors who treat Medicare patients. This has been hailed as an important act of bipartisanship, a rare event in this Congress.
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More disturbing news stories this week regarding the war in the Middle East.
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It was fun seeing the family that had recently moved to Redding from Libby, Mont., enjoying the springlike weather we've been having. Since I'm originally from Montana, it's my hope that you will check in with them again in July or August.
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Timothy J. Duffy, Redding
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On Feb. 17, I fell and broke may ankle while hill climbing in the Twin View Boulevard/Churn Creek area.
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I like simplistic solutions to major problems. Last fall when our country's military lost a drone over Iran, I proposed equipping the drones with a self-destruct charge.
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A 25-year-old Redding man was killed and a second man was injured Sunday morning in a wreck at the vista point on Shasta Dam Boulevard, the California Highway Patrol reported.
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DAYTONA BEACH — History was made at Daytona International Speedway on Sunday, but it wasn't the kind of record NASCAR wanted to set.
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Shasta County supervisors might change the way department heads are managed at a special meeting in downtown Redding scheduled for this afternoon — the same time supporters of a winery chapel plan to gather signatures, nearly 30 miles away.
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Fire burns home in north Redding
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In 1912: Thomas Maupin, an argonaut of the state, died at his home at the Middle Fork of Cottonwood Creek from infirmities coincident with old age. Mr. Maupin was one of the earliest settlers of western Shasta. He was going to be interred in the Tuttle Gulch cemetery where other members of the Maupin family were buried.
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In just 42 days since Bethel Church-backed Advance Redding took over the Redding Civic Auditorium, the nonprofit has won over at least some of the most ardent opponents of the deal.
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Redding firefighters reported tonight they are battling a structure fire in north Redding.
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The National Institute of Building Sciences Sustainable Buildings Industry Council (SBIC) has selected Trilogy Architecture Urban Design Research as the recipient of a 2011 Beyond Green ™ High Performance Building Award for design of the new Redding School of the Arts. Trilogy, a Redding-based firm headed by James Theim
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(12/7/2011) Thank God for Willie Nelson. That’s all I could think to post as a Facebook comment after watching Willie and his wife Annie voice their support for the Occupy Movement. Willie began: “We stand with humanity, against the insanity. We’re the ones with the n
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(02/10/2012) Among the youth trends I’ve observed in Redding over the past couple of decades include hardcore metal bands and the desperate desire to leave town as soon as possible. But the Shasta County Supervisors are determined to change that trend. They have a new plan for keeping more youth in
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...Maybe not such good news for those worried about privacy and snooping Big Brother. Excerpt from a long AP story, headlined "Pressure builds for civilian drone flights at home," on Yahoo.com: "The aerospace industry forecasts a worldwide deployment of almost...
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A 52-year-old man died Saturday morning in a Lewiston house fire that was likely started by his wood stove, fire officials said.
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The Shasta County Coroner's Office has identified the teenager who died in a moped crash on Friday as 17-year-old Christopher Clements.
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First known as Tamarac. Its land was first used by the Basin Hollow and Millville area ranchers for summer pasture. Settlement began in the late 1860s and early 1870s. The first homesteaders were the Atkins, Bernard, Bledsoe, Boudon, Covey, Dickerson,...
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Reverge Anselmo does. Details of who paid for "hunting excursions" the two men have allegedly taken together since 2003 are among the topics Anselmo and his lawyers will likely raise in three days of depositions beginning Monday on Oregon Street...
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It's expected to be partly sunny and 58 degrees today in Redding, but forecasters say the area's seemingly endless warm spell will let up later this week. Forecasters at the National Weather Service in Sacramento predict high temperatures in the 50s and rain for much of the week after today. The low tonight should be 40 deg
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A 25-year-old Redding man was killed and a second man was injured this morning in a wreck at the Vista point on Shasta Dam Boulevard, the California Highway patrol reported.
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 It has been over 25 years since I was an active duty Corpsman, but the brotherhood continues. I am very proud of my brother corpsman and thank you for your service. "That is what we do!"
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I recently came across some wisdom worth rescuing from the musty drawers of the Record Searchlight's archives, as I was researching a speech for the Greater Redding Chamber of Commerce's annual gala.
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Times have been tough for the public schools in Shasta County the past few years, with tight state budgets and a shrinking overall population of students painfully ratcheting down the resources available.
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Currently there are 25 school districts in Shasta County, 17 of which have less than 600 students. Each of these districts pays for some form of superintendent and their related staff. The average salary for superintendents in California districts with less than 1,500 students in 2007-2008 was $115,980, according to the Cal
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During ancient times, in many parts of the world, the victim of rape was punished by being stoned to death.
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Wednesday night was the last of 20 Republican presidential debates. Were those debates cruel and unusual punishment, or will they help us cast an even more intelligent votes in November?
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I want to go on record as standing with Glenda Bacon.
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Many times I have seen men who plan to release their caught fish holding them up in the air for a photo.
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It is now possible for the federal government to abandon a wide variety of cruel acts purposely inflicted on animals, much of it by government agents themselves. The Environmental Protection Agency announced last week the official registration of the first contraceptive vaccine for horses in the United States, called ZonaSt
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I've known Gary Chase (letter, Sunday) for many years and I can honestly say that he is a really nice guy. But he has this annoying habit of painting "liberals" as (in his own words) "flaming," while he refers to conservatives, such as himself as "compassionate."
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We, the residents of Shasta Lake, are getting a utility rate increase. Are we happy? Not me.
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The Supreme Court last week agreed to hear arguments challenging Texas policies that promote the admission of minorities to the state's universities. A white student contends she was denied admission under the rules.
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I just want to praise the North State Symphony and say how happy I am that they are such a huge part of Redding's cultural life.
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I have an obnoxious neighbor who parks everything he has ever owned that doesn't work out behind his house in plain view of my property.
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Are north state Republican congressman Wally Herger and Doug LaMalfa, whom Herger has endorsed to succeed him, on the same page when it comes to government subsidies?
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We don't step into the night as often as we used to. We've learned that staying home with our cats allows for a clear head in the morning. But exceptions do occur every now and again. Such was the case recently.
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As more people "go green," industries are scrambling to meet the increasing demand for quality, eco-friendly products. The 3 R's — Reduce, Reuse, Recycle — are becoming familiar watchwords to both manufacturers and consumers.
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These days, you need a wireless network to take full advantage of high-speed Internet, streaming TV, handheld electronics, gaming systems and even some appliances. But most users have no real understanding of how a wireless network works or what to do when it drops a connection.
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It's always a pleasant surprise when my children share a profound statement or observation. These small insights give me a glimpse into their hearts and minds and a hint of who they are becoming.
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Peter and Fern Bach
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Note to readers: This week's column is written by Heather Neal
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Many believe that their biggest asset is their home, but for most of us our biggest asset is the ability to work and earn income.
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Mitt Romney is in the proverbial doghouse with some dog lovers.
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Dear Straight Talk: I am in a long-distance relationship and see my boyfriend every couple weeks if I'm lucky. February break is coming up and I want to stay at his house. We're both 15 with crazy hormones, but I still want to visit him, even if it means staying in a hotel or his sister's room. His dad is OK wit
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West Valley's Austin Lobsinger grabbed his second straight section title while Shasta's Matt Smull and Foothill's Dallas Poston can both finally etch their names as Northern Section champions.
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Noel Azevedo and Dustin Schnaible
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Sarah Harvey and Michael "Ryan" Rafferty
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If you haven't met Sheriff Bo Tully who tries to keep the peace and some sort of order in Blight County, Idaho, you haven't enjoyed a good laugh and a head-shaking nod of recognition.
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Cottonwood has a brand new kind of championship banner.
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The Shasta College baseball team split a doubleheader with Napa College at home on Saturday afternoon. The Knights lost the opener, 13-7, and won the final game 8-4.
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Not only is life unfair, but apparently sports are too.
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REDDING GIRLS SOFTBALL LEAGUE
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Q: I had a good waterfowl season and gave many ducks to friends who wanted to try duck. I also shared some duck jerky with them and they loved it. Now they all want some jerky or sausage, too. I called the butcher and found out they require 25 pounds of meat to make a batch of sausage. I weighed my possession limit and it d
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The Redding Missfit Bandits U-17 girls soccer team continued their dominance of Northern California soccer by winning the Shasta Winter Classic soccer tournament this past weekend at the Redding Soccer Complex.
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Dear Babe: I have a baseball from the 1960s San Francisco Giants. I can't make out all the names on the ball. Some of the names are Willie Mays, Jim Hart, Jim Davenport, Frank Linzy, Herman Franks, Gaylord Perry, Frank Johnson, Jack Hiatt and a very faded Willie McCovey, among others.— Bart Nickens, AndersonBased
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Redding police arrested a man who they said had about 20 grams of methamphetamine and a glass pipe while loitering around parked cars at 2:50 a.m. Saturday.
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Never hurt a girl. Boys are taught the adage from an early age to mold them into respectful men.
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Monty, you recently responded to a question regarding the possibility of someone's registration not being current, or a fraudulent use on an incorrect vehicle.
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A looming April 1 deadline for submission of a plan to save Castle Crags State Park is spurring more concerned citizens to get involved, despite the fact that prospects for keeping the park open past a planned shutdown July 1 appear murky at best.
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Members of the Shasta Trinity Fly Fishers and Shasta Mayflies once again will sponsor six youths for a weeklong fly-fishing camp this summer.
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In 1912: The traffic department of the Southern Pacific Co. prepared 10,000 postal cards that depicted four different scenes of agricultural development in Shasta County. The cards would be distributed for free to residents of Redding and Shasta County.
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Backers of vintner Reverge Anselmo and his attempt to build a private chapel at his winery will rally there Monday in an effort to support Anselmo and gather more signatures urging county supervisors to re-examine what protesters say is an overly restrictive Resource Management Department.
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A federal fisheries agency has plans to spend $3.6 billion over the next 25 years to save coho salmon from extinction in northwest California and southwest Oregon.
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For Mikalia Shing, the best part of Saturday was being a zombie.
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Taylor Wolsey's favorite part of a Saturday spent learning about math and science was breaking eggs.
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A taped-up bottle in a gutter at a home led to Red Bluff Police officers to call for the Shasta County Sheriff bomb squad Saturday morning.
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I just got back from picking up my mail in the post office box. There was a notice that I have a certified letter waiting, which I am unable to pick up because there is no window service on Saturday. When I looked at the notice, it said the sender was my ex-renter, who I am taking to small claims court for back payment of r
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This huge wooden paddle-type waterwheel ran a generator that furnished electric lights and power for Redding. It was located in a natural waterway on the south side of a small Sacramento River island giving it the name The Wheel Ditch....
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IMPORTANT NOTE: We need to have the Race Fees ($25) and Pad Rent ($175) paid by Mar 1st. Pad Rent had a slight increase. Both must be paid by Mar 17. If pad rent is not paid by this date, it could go to another person on the waiting list. See how the
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For the president of the state Fish and Game Commission, it might turn out to be. The Mercury-News reports that 40 state Assembly members --- Democrats all --- are calling on Dan Richards to resign. If he doesn't, a majority...
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Police say they caught a man with around 20 grams of meth and a pipe after he was loitering around a group of parked cars at 2:50 a.m. today.
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Police say they caught a man with around 20 grams of meth and a pipe after he was loitering around a group of parked cars at 2:50 a.m. today.
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The National Weather Service is predicting a wet week, with a small chance for rain during the weekend nights. Today will be sunny with highs reaching 58 and a calm north wind blowing about 7 mph. At night, temperatures will cool off to around 32, with a northwest wind around 9 mph and a 20 percent chance for rain. Sund
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Overheated about gas prices? Look no further than oil refinery production in the U.S. But it might not be what you think. This Business Week article points out that a number of refineries have shu
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Here’s a 1977 built 2,125 sqft 3/2 on a half acre in north Cottonwood. Better than half-off.
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March in the garden is both maddening and full of spring’s mirth. Even with our terribly low winter precipitation thus far, the garden and countryside are moving along – unfolding in flower, fruit and seed. We’re lucky that our relatively mild climate allows us to plant flowers, fruits and vegetables from seed almost
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The Shasta County Regional Transportation Planning Agency will meet Tuesday to consider a plan for independence from county support.
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The mines that once let Shasta brag of being the Queen city of the North are long since played out, but there's still gold to be found up in these parts.
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The three reasons I want to be cremated: I'm cheap, have no desire to leave a footprint behind and want to get back to the elements ASAP.
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I just wanted to say thank you to Dottie Smith for providing the most insightful and descriptive information on Shasta County that I have been able to find anywhere.
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Every lover of the "wild wolf syndrome" should see the movie "The Grey" and try to understand what the wolf really is. He is a killer by instinct and that is what he does to survive.
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It's time to figure out my taxes again and I'm ticked off. Our schools have no funding, our state parks are closing, the infrastructure of our country is rusting and our "safety net" has more holes than a sieve because our government is supposedly "broke."
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My heart was very grieved when I read Jack Schreder's letter (Sunday) concerning the Latieze family gift of their property. Have we no honor, character, honesty? A promise was made in accepting the gift, but "our fingers were crossed."
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The Latieze property issue is so much like the current water issues, the former unilateral decision to furlough government workers, and the dictates of our president.
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The top seeds in every weight class advanced through the first two rounds of the Northern Section Masters prep wrestling championships at the Redding Civic Auditorium on Friday.
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The Patriots keep cruising along.
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The No. 3 Redding Christian boys basketball team lost a heartbreaker in the Northern Section Division VI quarterfinals at home in Palo Cedro on Friday night, falling to sixth-seeded Dunsmuir 63-58 in overtime.
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SHASTA LAKE — The Carlos and Christian show was in rare form on Friday night.
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The Shasta Wolves have a chance to win their first Northern Section boys basketball title in more than a decade.
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Highway Patrol Sgt. Bill Boyes (left) and Commercial Officer Steve Joiner investigate a semitrailer accident that closed Highway 44 between Inwood and Shingletown for several hours Friday morning.
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California's Department of Education has notified six north state school districts that their projected budgets could fall too low, edging them closer to being taken over by another agency, including the state.
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Avanti Travel in Redding is partnering with Viking River Cruises and Oceania Cruises for an informative evening about small ship ocean and river cruising.
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There are some things a report card just doesn't cover.
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A pair of two-term Trinity County supervisors, Roger Jaegel and Wendy Otto, won't be running for re-election.
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In 1912: A $500 electrical, self-registering sun, wind and rain gauge resembling those used by government weather observers, but on a smaller scale, was being installed on the roof of the Masonic Temple by the Mammoth Copper Co. of Kennett. Company officials wanted the instrument to keep an accurate account of atmospheric c
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One Redding teenager was killed and another is in critical condition after they ran a stop sign and collided with a pickup truck Friday afternoon, the California Highway Patrol reported.
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Probe not related, says hospital chief
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Power lines were reported down in two areas in Shasta County on Friday evening.
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A half-hour, 100-mph chase ended abruptly tonight after the driver of the fleeing car stopped in the middle of Whiskey Creek Road off Highway 299.
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A friend forwarded this online job post: View 202 a dynamic restaurant concept is hiring for all positions. View 202 Staff are hospitable, intense and professional. An attention to the finer points is a must because every detail contributes to...
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Shasta Regional Medical Center’s CEO says the departure of his parent company’s top manager on Thursday wasn’t because of an ongoing investigation into the chain’s billing practices.
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A pickup truck collided with two teens on a moped this afternoon in the town of Keswick northwest of Redding, killing one of the riders, the California Highway Patrol reported.
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Parasitic and partially parasitic plants are an interesting -- and often freakish -- plants. Unable to produce what they need to survive, they tap into other plants or fungi to get what they need. The plants are fun to see because of their unusual forms and colors.
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Starting seeds indoors to get a head start on the summer vegetable garden has its rewards, but there's a lot of work involved.
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I have a small garden space and would like to grow those vegetables that would best sustain my family -- rich in calories and protein. What are good choices?
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That she'll meet her financial goal by the end of the day, allowing her to keep the cafe open. The place was busy this morning when I dropped by the breakfast, a steady stream of customers kept Lancaster and...
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Ask Anna columnist Anna Moseley has a strategy for storing sweaters if you are faced with limited drawer or shelf space.
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Hold off on pruning citrus trees until the end of April or May when there is no longer a threat of frost. Pruning too early encourages tender new growth that would be susceptible to damage in a freeze. The north state often gets late frosts (April 15 is considered the typical last-frost date). Source: Wyntour Gardens
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The Psychological Effects of AbortionDeacon Patrick Kearns, RN-BC Board Certified Psychiatry / Mental Health      The topic of abortion has been a controversial issue for over 40 years and continues to create debate amongst political, academic, and religious grou
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Conditions at Mt. Shasta Ski Park Day skiing: Open Night skiing: Open Temperature: 31 degrees Skies: Clear Wind: Light Visibility: Good Depth: 20 inches at base, 34 inches at top New snow overnight: None New snow during the past 24 hours: None Snow surface: Machine groomed Trails: 19 open, 12 groomed Roads: Open, plowed and
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Austrian downhill coaster is nevertheless terrifying.” The coaster located Mieders, Austria, starts at the top of a mountain, reachable by a cable car. It’s pretty simple: single pipe, single person, single giant sloping, winding hill. But throw hundreds of pine trees whizzing past you on tight [...]
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Highway 44 was closed east of Redding this morning for several hours after a big rig hauling a load of smashed cars, including a crushed passenger bus, overturned west of Shingletown.
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Adrienne Pedersen’s live report on rising gas prices for WFLA in Tampa, Florida, was a smash hit. As the reporter was broadcasting her story in front of the camera, a taxicab and a compact car collided in the background with a bone-crunching impact. The crash sent both cars spinning toward the [...]
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Obviously this video was shot in Anderson,Ca but I am surprised it’s pushing 2 million hits already!
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Lex Reddy, president and CEO of Prime Healthcare Services, stepped down Thursday, the day before officials were scheduled to address lawmakers regarding complaints about the firm's billing practices.
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February may end with a bit of wet weather, but it doesn't appear to be the kind of soaking the north state needs to get out of one of the driest winters in recent memory. The National Weather Service says today is going to be sunny with a high near 71. There's a 40 percent chance of rain tonight mainly after 10 p.m. The we
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Decent homes in this price range have been selling fast. This one looks better than decent.
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I got some bad news recently, which actually turned out to be one of the best things that's happened to me in a long time. My doctor (actually my physician's assistant) said, "You're not gonna like me very much." And then she told me I was obese. Okay, that's not fair to her. What she [...]
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COTTONWOOD — Leave it to the Eagles’ senior captain to lead the top-seeded West Valley girls basketball team to a playoff victory.
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What's the only thing Democrats in the California Legislature hate more than obstructionism by the Party of No?
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Anyone who has worked at the White House is keenly aware of two gaps.
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Last Friday, the Bureau of Narcotic Enforcement (BNE) and Bureau of Investigations and Intelligence (BII) were eliminated from the California Department of Justice by Governor and former Attorney General Jerry Brown and current Attorney General Kamala Harris. Although both will put the blame elsewhere, the elimination of th
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Since the payroll deduction for Social Security is not a tax, President Obama's payroll tax cut cannot be a tax cut.
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The adage "familiarity breeds contempt" is clearly proven by listening to the Republican presidential contenders.
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Forty percent of Republicans are dissatisfied with their choice of candidates.
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The Pit River was a natural place for powerhouses because of its many springs and subterranean flows originating in underground reservoirs in the porous areas of Fall River, Hat and Burney creeks.
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Several fundraisers are being held in Redding this weekend for Marcella Wagner, the 32-year-old Redding woman who, at eight months pregnant, was paralyzed in a car crash on Feb. 9.
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ANDERSON —A cigarette tossed out a car window started a fire on a hay truck that shut down Interstate 5 for much of Thursday afternoon, authorities said.
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In 1912: Redding Iron Works had a large payroll with more than 20 men getting paychecks. And they all were busy as proverbial bees in a hive. The firm was not confining itself to the local trade, but was reaching for patronage to markets in different parts of the state.
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Suspicious door-to-door salespeople pushing various things from carpet cleaning to cable services have been reported throughout Redding in the past week.
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The Red Bluff girls basketball team fell to Pleasant Valley 41-27 on the road in the Northern Section Division II semifinals Thursday.
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Shasta State Historic Park may remain open past its scheduled July 1 closure, thanks to efforts of the Shasta Historical Society.
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Responding to a case in which an Anderson police officer was given a lesser sentence after initially being charged with raping a prisoner he was taking to jail, two north state lawmakers introduced legislation Thursday that would make it illegal for an officer to have sex with someone in custody.
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SHASTA LAKE — At the first forum for candidates vying to win in Shasta Lake's recall election, the trio presented their visions to an audience of about 50 people Thursday night.
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The Redding Rancheria has lost a lawsuit it filed against the U.S. Department of the Interior, claiming the agency wrongly denied an application that would have allowed the tribe to operate a casino along Interstate 5 south of Redding in the Churn Creek Bottom.
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Lex Reddy, president and CEO of Prime Healthcare Services, stepped down Thursday from his post.
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Targeted for consolidation for months, the Redding mail processing center will close, the U.S. Postal Service announced Thursday.
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Under a new set of rules proposed by the state Department of Fish and Game, the agency would reduce the number of gold miners' suction dredging permits it issues annually statewide from 4,000 to 1,500 and prohibit dredging on more than 20 north state streams.
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ANDERSON —In the playoffs, how a win looks is irrelevant.
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E-waste recycling Saturday in Redding
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A 29-year-old pedestrian suffered major injuries tonight when she was hit by a vehicle going 45 mph on Airport Road at Dersch Road, emergency personnel reported.
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Responding to a case in which an Anderson police officer was given a lesser sentence after initially being charged with raping a prisoner he was taking to jail, two north state lawmakers introduced legislation today that would make it illegal for an officer to have sex with someone in custody.
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A woman was taken to the hospital after being trapped in an overturned vehicle at Olinda Road and South St. in Anderson, dispatchers said.
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Pictures from the Hay Truck that caught fire on I-5 in Anderson,Ca today. I am going to go out on a limb here and call the truck a write off.
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I've been known to turn up my nose at legislative declarations of Freckle Awareness Month, National Corndog Day and the like --- but Senate Concurrent Resolution 66? I'm all for it. This measure would proclaim the month of February 2012...
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Today I talk with Ben Miles, Shasta Land Trust's executive director, about Saturday's Wildways event in Redding.  Miles has been the SLT's director since 2008. He holds a Master of Science degree in Environmental Science from the University of Tennessee at Chattanooga. He grew up on a small farm in central Kentucky, an
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A fully-loaded hay truck caught fire late this morning on Interstate 5 in the Anderson area, prompting authorities to shut down the southbound lanes of the north state's busiest roadway
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Targeted for consolidation for months, the Redding mail processing center will close, the Postal Service announced this morning. It was not immediately known when the facility, which is inside the main branch on Churn Creek Road, will close.
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Conditions at Mt. Shasta Ski Park Day skiing: Open Night skiing: Open Temperature: 29 degrees Skies: Clear Wind: Light Visibility: Good Depth: 20 inches at base, 34 inches at top New snow overnight: None New snow during the past 24 hours: None Snow surface: Machine groomed Trails: 19 open, 11 groomed Roads: Open, plowed and
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This tow truck driver is intimidating to say the least. The snobby rich girl and her micro thug boyfriend got what was coming. Karma can be brutal sometimes.
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Improve your financial well-being with extra cash
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Dispatchers this morning reported that some power lines were blocking the roadway on Deschutes Road near Junction Elementary School, but the road has been reopened.
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There are seven: Pit River Powerhouse No. 1, No. 3, No. 4, No. 5, James B. Black Powerhouse, No. 6, and No. 7. No. 2 was never built because it is said the engineers misread the topo information. The Pit...
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A Siskiyou County search team rescued a stranded Humboldt County pair in the wilderness near the Modoc County border on Monday, the sheriff's office reported.
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Never say no to Panda. This is sort of like a German version of the mayhem commercials.
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It was a lesson learned early in the foreclosure wave. Never open a REO refrigerator door.
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It's expected to be a spring-like, sunny day today in Redding, but winds gusting up to 23 mph may make the day feel a little more chilly.
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Ode to a train. No, that is not to be confused with eau d’train!!  And then you wonder who on Earth and why on Earth anyone would want to eulogize trains. I love trains. No argument against them is going to gain traction in my court. I simply love trains. I love to watch them, [...]
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COTTONWOOD — Casey Duenas' high school career was on the ropes.
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Redding documentary filmmakers Tyler Faires and Toby Johnston have gone local — as in chronicling our neighbors who produce healthful locally grown food.
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This week's exercise works the quadriceps, hamstrings and calves.
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TIA is a commonly used acronym but what is it and what does it mean?
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Shasta Blood Center is in need of A-, AB-, AB+, and O- blood. BloodSource is in need of A- and O- blood. Platelet and plasma donors are also needed. Shasta Blood Center will hold blood drives from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. Saturday and Sunday at Movies 14 in Redding. Donors will receive a free movie ticket.
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Critics have long complained — accurately — that California's efforts to curb greenhouse-gas emissions will drive up energy prices and threaten the state's economic growth.
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Far more Americans favor Democrats over Republicans. For decades, the number of Americans identifying as Democrats or calling themselves independent but leaning Democratic has far exceeded the share of Republicans and Republican leaners. That gap has persisted, even in landslide Republican years like 1984 and 1994.
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From its title alone, one can expect plenty of candid conversations during a performance of “The Vagina Monologues,” and that’s precisely the point, said Red Bluff-based actor Beth Maxey.
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Three north state playwrights are going to watch actors make their words come to life this weekend, but they don’t know it yet. Then again, the actors will have never read those words until minutes before the curtain rises. And all bets are off for the second scene, which has not been written, read or rehearsed.
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“My staff has been just amazing. I don’t know what I would have done without them.” That’s Lin Moss, co-owner with husband Charlie of the Country Kitchen on Hilltop, the popular breakfast and lunch place known for its create-your-own omelets, freshly made soups and addictive cinnamon rolls.
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Painter and crafter Rebecca Lord is Massachusetts-born California girl. She has been drawing since she was three years old and had her first art show at "Float Gallery" in Oakland in 2006. Rebecca's new work is unlike anything she has done before. Her unique "improved" vintage photographs are on display in March at the Red
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The goings-on in Shasta County never cease to amaze me. A man has to sue the county and its "resource management director" to build a chapel on his own property. You'd better get rid of that resource manager before Reverge Anselmo takes whatever money you have left in the coffers.
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Reverge Anselmo's private chapel battle and his opinion of Shasta County's abusive power has been getting quite a bit of ink lately. Now an organized rally?
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After reading the letter from Bill Moule (Sunday) regarding the chapel being built at the Anselmo Vineyards winery, I felt I too had to write. This winery is absolutely beautiful, the ranch itself is wonderful, not to mention the restaurant, which is superb. The Anselmos have done a wonderful job and, if you haven't see
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A Redding man was arrested in Santa Cruz this week after allegedly trying to break into a crematorium to take a friend's corpse, authorities said.
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ANDERSON —Around a dozen California Highway Patrol officers and Shasta County sheriff's bomb squad members converged Tuesday on a fellow officer's Deschutes Road home.
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Rotary clubs are offering $500 and $1,000 scholarships to students in the north state.
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More than 1,000 people converged on the Red Lion Hotel in Redding on Wednesday in hopes of landing one of 150 jobs at Famous Dave's BBQ, a new restaurant scheduled to open April 9.
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Friends and family of a Redding-based California Army National Guard company gathered at the Redding Jet Center on Wednesday to bid goodbye to members of a Redding-based California Army National Guard company being deployed to Afghanistan for a one-year tour.
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RED BLUFF —Megan Mandolfo, 16, was writing a paper for her English class when she discovered her hometown fair was in trouble.
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Wolves win first game of DIV playoffs
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Water agency officials throughout the north state learned Wednesday that low rainfall this winter could mean less water this summer for homeowners, businesses and farmers.
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In 1912: Possessed of an awful fear that Redding would go dry in the near future, Mike Maloney, who was a miner by occupation but a rounder of barrooms when enjoying gentlemanly leisure, went on a last farewell toot that was effectively over when Magistrate Herzinger put a stop to his "last farewell."
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Secure spot in 2nd round of playoffs
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I had the best intentions when I bought a 5-pound Cutie box of Clementine tangerines. Round, colorful snacks to toss in the car when I'm driving around. Compact balls of vitamin C. I ate just two. The rest sat in the bottom of my refrigerator's produce bin inside its mesh bag - for weeks, long past when they would have
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Are you having trouble with your home mortgage? Are you being foreclosed on? Have you received a notice of default or letters demanding payment?
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ANDERSON — Around a dozen California Highway Patrol officers and Shasta County sheriff’s bomb squad converged on a fellow officer’s Deschutes Road home on Tuesday.
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New major water projects are increasingly justified based on recovering fish and environmental benefits lost through construction of previous projects. So writes UC Davis' Jay Lund, after absorbing the Bureau of Reclamation's feasibility study for increasing the height of Shasta...
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A Redding man was arrested after he allegedly tried to retrieve his dead friend's body from a crematorium, police said.
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A woman likely under the influence of drugs drove her sedan off Keswick Dam Road this afternoon near Quartz Hill Road in Redding, California Highway Patrol officers said.
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Shasta County railroad historian Rick Marty has just self-published an excellent book titled "Phillips Brothers Mill - A families' legacy in the Shasta County timber industry." If you've ever been to the Phillips Mill in Oak Run, you'll want this...
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Yesterday evening, Erin and her friends attended the Mardi Gras Fat Tuesday celebration at Moseley Family Cellars, at their location at 1300 Market Streeet in Redding. Celebrants partook of Jambalaya, King’s Cake, and other tra
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That is the subject of part of today's Fisheries Forum in Sacramento, as reported by the Ukiah Daily Journal. The paper quotes Scott Greacen, of the environmental group Friends of the Eel River, at some length about the effects of...
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Hearts were bursting with both pride and sorrow today as family members of a Redding-based California Army National Guard company gathered at the Redding Jet Center to bid good-bye to their loved ones being deployed to Afghanistan for a one-year tour there.
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The Shasta Society of Brewers has cooked up another batch of recipes that blend well with their beer. These recipes are perfect for cold weather and strong brews.
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Conditions at Mt. Shasta Ski Park Day skiing: Open Night skiing: Closed Temperature: 35 degrees Skies: Clear Wind: Light Visibility: Good Depth: 20 inches at base, 34 inches at top New snow overnight: None New snow during the past 24 hours: None Snow surface: Machine groomed Trails: 19 open, 13 groomed Roads: Open, plowed a
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Remember the ''Glory Cloud'' I referenced in my Nov. 26 column (here)? A correspondent e-mailed me a link to this short YouTube video, posted a few months back....
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one more funny fart video for good measure.
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Who doesn’t love a good fart joke every once and a while.
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Wow, this one is priced aggressively! A big cul de sac view home located in a terrific neighborhood.
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 I would like for all the parents that are caught up in the "Child Auctions" otherwise known as family court or "CFS", to contact this blog a blindbulldog@rocketmail.com  with their contact  information so that we can get some statistical information for
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It should be a sunny, windy day in the Redding area today, with a high of 72 degrees predicted. Forecasters at the National Weather Service in Sacramento have issued a wind advisory for the north state, but the bulk of it will pick up on Thursday, when gusts up to 24 mph are predicted. Today, winds of 6 to 9 mph are likel
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Some strip malls, no matter how well located, seem to have problems keeping long-term tenants. Today there's a parakeet groomer, tomorrow there's a spatula sharpener in their old spot. Despite plenty of cars in the parking lot, few of those little storefronts stay long. The strip mall on Eureka Way, once anchored by Safeway
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In 1912: The petition calling for a wet and dry election in April was filed with City Clerk W.E. Smith. On it appeared 248 names, approximately three-fourths of which were women.
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A Feb. 28 trial date for a Cottonwood-area woman accused of nearly beating a 7-year-old boy to death in 2009 was put off until April in Shasta County Superior Court Tuesday because the trial judge will be presiding over a murder trial.
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It's amazing how nuanced a staunch small-government conservative can get when he's the one cashing a government check.
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During a recent Fox News Channel debate about the Obama administration's tax policies, Democrat Bob Beckel raised the issue of "fairness."
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Our traditional health care system no longer works. Costs are rising; while too many hard-working people cannot afford insurance and are just an accident or illness from ruin. In a few years, we will implement the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act, frequently denigrated as Obamacare.
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The Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act is headed to the Supreme Court later this year to have our sworn protectors of the Constitution determine whether it's even legal. Part of me wants to believe that our elected officials are schooled in the limits that the Constitution places on their actions and that they h
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No team is safe in the Northern Section prep girls basketball playoffs.
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SHASTA LAKE — With a double-digit lead in hand midway through the fourth quarter, the Falcons' season came undone.
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The Eagles stayed undefeated and advanced easily into the section title game with a thrashing of the Thunderbirds on Tuesday.
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Enterprise girls freshman point guard Janae Gray hit a 3-pointer at the buzzer to knock off Pleasant Valley, 44-43, in the Eastern Athletic League North finale on Tuesday.
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PALO CEDRO — Momentum is as simple as a drained 3-pointer or a missed layup.
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Every year during March Madness, sports media likes to point out the "bracket busters," the teams most likely to make a mess out of the NCAA brackets due to an upset win over a higher-seeded team.
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Anderson firefighters extinguished a fire in a back bedroom at a wood-frame duplex on Albert Drive, according to dispatch reports tonight.
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Fantasy Fountain, a popular warm weather attraction at Kids Kingdom in Enterprise Park, will undergo a $200,000 renovation this year.
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Open less than a week, Sportsman's Warehouse has turned a Redding shopping center once conspicuous for its empty parking spaces into a bustling retail draw.
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RED BLUFF —A two-week jury trial for two Red Bluff men charged with marijuana crimes more than two years ago won't take place early next month as planned, a judge decided Tuesday.
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The momentum Shasta County's housing market rode in 2011 continued in January.
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Redding took action to stimulate local home construction Tuesday as the City Council approved expanding the city's building fee waiver program.
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A Grenada man and woman were arrested Monday after they allegedly used a samurai sword to rob a small convenience store, Siskiyou County sheriff's deputies reported.
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Shasta Lake City Councilwoman Dolores Lucero is claiming in a lawsuit that a recall attempt seeking her ouster is illegal and should be invalidated by the court.
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SHASTA LAKE — Residents in Shasta Lake will see their utility bills climb in March after the City Council voted to raise their electric rates to compensate for new laws and declining revenue, officials said.
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IHOP Restaurant will celebrate National Pancake Day on Tuesday by offering a free short stack of buttermilk pancakes in return for a donation to UC Davis Children’s Hospital.
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Five county sheriffs will participate in the first 2012 Support Rural America Sheriffs Event on Feb. 25, 2012. Siskiyou County Sheriff Jon Lopey will host a Constitutional Sheriffs’ Panel starting at 2 p.m. The event will be held at the Siskiyou Golden Fairgrounds in Yreka, California at the top of the State. Admission is
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On Saturday, March 3, Simpson University will host the 2nd Annual Simpson Student Research Symposium (SSRS), a free event open to the public. The event will take place in LaBaume-Rudat Hall from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.
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A need for transportation and a visit to Restoration Enterprises warehouse changed Robert Mainford's life and afforded him the opportunity to help change others lives as well.
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Westside Performing Arts Company will host a five-day Musical Theatre Academy during Spring Break for ages 6 to 9 years old.
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A Grenada man and woman were arrested Monday after they allegedly used a samurai sword to rob a small convenience store, Siskiyou County sheriff’s deputies reported.
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Reports are compiled by Western Outdoor News. Call 800-290-2929. BEST BITES TRINITY RIVER, Lewiston — The upper portions of the Trinity above Junction City are low and clear, but there are still plenty of steelhead around. The downrunner count has increased, however. There are more bright fish, and fewer downrunners below
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The Division VI prep boys basketball playoffs get under way today while Divisions II-V begin on Wednesday. This breakdown is a look by division at the playoffs and early round matchups.
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The prep girls basketball brackets start unfolding today. For local clubs, Divisions IV and V are in action today, D-VI starts tomorrow, D-II begins Thursday and the D-III semifinals are next Tuesday.
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A Feb. 28 trial date for a Cottonwood-area woman accused of nearly beating a 7-year-old boy to death in 2009 was put off today in Shasta County Superior Court until April because the trial judge will be presiding over another trial.
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A Medford, Ore., man charged with 11 felony counts of attempted murder in connection with an Oct. 27 shootout with law enforcement officers near Castella saw his $5 million bail remain unchanged following a hearing this afternoon in Shasta County Superior Court.
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A 35-year-old Anderson area man was sentenced today to nearly five years in prison after pleading no contest last month to two felony counts of lewd and lascivious conduct with a 15-year-old girl.
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A 56-year-old Los Molinos man was sentenced this afternoon in Tehama County Superior Court to 25 years to life in prison for the 2008 murder of his father.
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Here's the video, recently uploaded to YouTube:...
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God Bless the vets that put up with this moron. At least he took his punishment like a man.
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A Corning man said someone broke into his unlocked garage Friday night and stole a $4,000 all-terrain vehicle while he was away from home, according to the Tehama County Sheriff's Office.
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Someone stole 14 pallets of landscape rock from a Corning man's property while he was gone for a month, the Tehama County Sheriff's Office reported.
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Newt's been hammering the president over rising pump prices but this Wall Street Journal blogger says Gingrich misunderstands -- or is misrepresenting -- the reality of global oil markets and the real prospects for U.S. energy independence....
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A February 9 car crash forever changed the lives of Marcella Wagner and Dave Campbell. Six weeks before the North State couple's first baby was to be born, Marcella was driving to Chico State University where she was pursuing her nursing degree. Her car was run off the road and flipped multiple times before coming to
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...and proof of what the toxic smelter smoke did. Not a tree, bush or blade of grass that I can see in the photo. Can you imagine what it did to people and animals?...
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You may have seen it, but I had to share it here. It’s beautiful. Glowing Man HD from Jacob Sutton on Vimeo. The Ski Park looks pretty nice today, although there is no night
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On his morning talk show yesterday morning, KCNR 1460 host and R-S blogger Carl Bott had embattled Shasta Lake City Councilwoman Dolores Lucero on to talk about the recall and what she thinks is wrong at City Hall. Running with...
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Conditions at Mt. Shasta Ski Park Day skiing: Open Night skiing: Closed Temperature: 35 degrees Skies: Cloudy Wind: Light Visibility: Fair Depth: 20 inches at base, 34 inches at top New snow overnight: None New snow during the past 24 hours: None Snow surface: Machine groomed Trails: 19 open, 13 groomed Roads: Open, plowed
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Nobody was seriously injured this morning when a Toyota Corolla was hit by a Subaru station wagon in east Redding. The four people in the Toyota, including a 10-month-old infant girl, were taken to the hospital after complaining of pain, said Officer Gary Meadows of the Redding Police Department.
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Officers with the Red Bluff California Highway Patrol still don't have any idea who caused the Feb. 9 crash that left a pregnant Redding woman paralyzed from the chest down.
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That’s right for 25 cents you can get a brand name Coke product. For all of you non believers out there the machine, the legend, does exist. I have submitted irrefutable proof of this oddity’s existence. I spotted it out in front of the Coca Cola office in Redding, Ca . Behold the elusive 25 cent [...]
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Join us for appetizers, beer, wine, door prizes, raffles and much more - all proceeds will help Marcella Wagner and her husband David Campbell cover medical costs. Marcella is a loving wife, mother, daughter, sister...and friend to many. She was eight months pregnant when she was recently involved in a terrible car accident
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If you’ve been caught off guard when you checked in for your flight only to find the airline charges a $25 baggage fee, you weren’t alone. That airfare to New York for $199 you found on the Internet sounds too good to be true. And indeed it was, once you discovered that was one-way fare [...]
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Today’s FDotD was most recently listed as a short sale in 2008, which eventually expired. We don’t know if it took 4 years to foreclose, although it wouldn’t surprise, but here it is listed as REO.
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The award-winning play is based on V-Day Founder/playwright Eve Ensler's interviews with more than 200 women. Before the show audience members are invited to shop local vendors such as Daisy Rae Boutique and purchase raffle tickets for one of the many $50 raffle items donated by the community. Redding Two Shows on Feb 25th
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Spring-like weather conditions should return to Redding today, with mostly sunny skies and a high of 71 degrees predicted. Tonight, expect the low to drop to about 47 degrees. Wednesday, prepare for even more warmth as the high temperature creeps up to 74 degrees. Thursday and Friday should have similar conditions as wel
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Vaughn's Sporting Goods in Burney, a retail gateway to the Intermountain area's plentiful hunting and fishing opportunities, has closed
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In 1912: After 28 years of waiting and planning for the coming of the railroad through Fall River Mills, the residents of Fall River Mills and vicinity were confident that the road built on paper nearly 30 years ago would finally become a reality.
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Employees and customers are rallying to save a longtime Redding restaurant from closing its doors.
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North state high-pressure system ahead
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Sweet Treats Candy to close in March
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It looks like California's first wild wolf in nearly a century may be heading back to his home state of Oregon.
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A woman who owns land in the Round Mountain area has filed a claim against Shasta County alleging deputies unlawfully searched her property and destroyed hundreds of pounds of legally grown marijuana there.
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Car stolen from Y, suspect sought
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The Fall River Joint Unified School District will no longer bus student-athletes to and from sporting events.
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Over the past decade, more than 2 million young Americans have shipped out on military deployments overseas, overwhelmingly in Iraq and Afghanistan.
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The first step toward a California housing recovery has now been taken, in the form of the legal settlement between 49 states and the five large banks that were the leading culprits in the years of mortgage fraud that created a price bubble and convinced many thousands of homeowners to take on high-value mortgages.
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As a Mormon, a member of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints, I believe that Jesus Christ is the Son of God and the Savior of the world. He is my redeemer.
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I was in Safeway the other week and saw a team of softball players. They were from the University of British Columbia in Vancouver. I asked them if they were playing locally. They were at Simpson University. So I went to the game. Simpson won.
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On a recent Friday I was having a dinner party for friends and had asked my daughter to pick up some milk at the store on her way home.
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A Redding man arrested on suspicion of burglarizing a National Guardsman’s truck early Monday was being sought by police that night for allegedly stealing a car from the Redding YMCA.
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Police arrested a Redding man and his father today after the son led them on a chase that ended at his parents' home near Polaris Way and Capella Street in Redding.
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It's interesting, this being retired. After many years of work, and previous to that many years of school, I no longer have to arrange my life in weekly packages. Five days here, two days there. Can't stay up too late because I have to get up in the morning. Have to hurry to get this done because then I have to start that o
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The climate crisis looms as the most serious threat to human civilization. As humanity continues to rely on fossil fuels for its primary source of energy and transportation, we are returning billions of tons of heat-trapping gases to our atmosphere every year. Fifty years of climate science has shown conclusively that human
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Just one example -- the obit of an adventurous chap who rowed (yes, rowed) across the Atlantic and then the Pacific. But that's not all. Click here. As much fun to read as it must have been to write....
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This extraordinary dry and temperate weather had me wondering if this winter was heading into the record books. Weather expert Scott Mobley rained on my parade, with this e-mail from Portland: Hey Marc, It's too early in the game yet...
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I would like for all the parents that are caught up in the "Child Auctions" otherwise known as family court or "CFS", to contact this blog a blindbulldog@rocketmail.com  with their contact  information so that we can get some statistical information for Shasta Count
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Voices of Faith: We are in an election year. What important attributes, attitudes and beliefs should one consider when voting for a candidate?
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And to prove that the Aanestad campaign is not making Doug LaMalfa's crop subsidies an issue, it just emailed out Saturday's story in a press release. You know, so nobody would miss the statement that they're not making it an...
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Sliders made from locally raised beef, local wines and beer, an auction featuring artwork and craft items made by local artists, and music provided by the local Prima Donna Bongo Band: Local is truly the word for Shasta Land Trust’s annual Wildways Kickoff party, scheduled for 6 to 9 p.m. on Saturday, February 25, at [...
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The Kiwanis Club of Redding presents Larry Gatlin & the Gatlin Brothers on February 25, 2012 in a very special concert for their first visit to Redding. Over 50 years ago, Larry, Steve, and Rudy Gatlin started singing in their little hometown of Abilene, Texas, and from there went on to make music history. Over [...]
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It looks like California's first wild wolf in nearly a century may be heading back to his home state of Oregon.
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California Watch flags a healthy problem: States have borrowed billions of dollars against expected future tobacco-settlement money, but we're quitting the habit too quickly: Fewer smokers is bad news for California's budget. A major bond rating agency sounded an alarm...
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“It’s a great question, Nick,” says Shaun Donovan, secretary of the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development, in this video from the Wall Street Journal. Will the govern
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An out-of-this-world thrill for a certain 9 year-old boy in Redding (Yours truly). A Universal newsreel of John Glenn's famous orbital flight....
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Conditions at Mt. Shasta Ski Park Day skiing: Open Night skiing: Closed Temperature: 28 degrees Skies: Cloudy Wind: Light Visibility: Limited Depth: 20 inches at base, 34 inches at top New snow overnight: 1 inch New snow during the past 24 hours: 1 inch Snow surface: Machine groomed Trails: 19 open, 13 groomed Roads: Open,
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100 x 360
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This looks amazing.
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12 Catholic Men spending a weekend together enjoying sports, spiritual talks, mucho man grub, and fellowship.
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It's predicted to be a cloudy, cool day in Redding today, with a 50 percent chance of showers to boot. But don't expect the same tomorrow. Today's high temperature of 52 degrees will soar up to 74 degrees on Tuesday, forecasters at the National Weather Service in Sacramento predicted. There should be mostly sunny skies t
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Q: Melinda, thanks so much for talking with me today. There's no way to address this issue without getting your input. Can you briefly describe your position, and POP, and your organization's mission?
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Some would argue that, in these times of relative poverty, a seeming luxury like urban trail-building is a preposterous priority for a state government that cannot keep its books in balance.
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If you wonder why Americans are increasingly disillusioned about the dysfunction of their government, take a look at President Barack Obama's proposed budget — an $8.3 trillion nightmare that has no chance of adoption and fails to address most of the nation's pressing problems.
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Unless one is wearing Brown-colored glasses, it is easy to see that California is a mess. We rank second in unemployment and millions of Californians have fled the state since the millennium — most as economic refugees seeking to carve out a better life for themselves where taxes are lower and job opportunities are be
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Both of Simpson University's basketball teams won their last regular games of the season at home Saturday and are heading into Cal Pac playoff contention.
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Here's a list of what's open and closed today in observance of Presidents Day:
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The first-time Redding mother who was paralyzed in a car crash this month is still using a ventilator and may need a tracheotomy to help her breathe, her family said.
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Medics find parolee stabbed at In-N-Out
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The U.S. Geological Survey has shuffled its West Coast volcanic observatories to create a statewide center focused entirely on California's active volcanoes.
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In 1912: Gold was coming in daily from placer mines being worked in different parts of this section. Recently a miner arrived from near the old Mad Ox mine with 9 ounces of the yellow metal. A few old-time miners were hammering away on the old Mad Mule and occasionally would drift into Stella (Whiskeytown) with Mad Mule nug
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That's the eye-opening result of a study led by Australian researchers, as reported by the Wall Street Journal. VANCOUVER, British Columbia--Smoke from burning forests and grasslands kills on average 339,000 people a year world-wide, an international research team said Sunday...
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A parolee was found stabbed today in Redding, but medics didn't realize he'd been stabbed until they began to treat him for falling off his seat at the Dana Drive In-N-Out Burger, police said.
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On the 100th birthday of the discovery of gold, the State of California created the "100 Year Club" to honor businesses who have been in business for 100 years. Each succeeding year those who become 100 years of age were...
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Ran across this interesting video the other day. Highway 299 is the road from Redding to the coast. The Buckhorn Summit is characterized by some tight corners along the mountainside. This rider strapped a video camera to his bike, and went for a fast ride. For years, I drove this road weekly. Going back to
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It should be a sunny and mild day in Redding today, with mostly sunny skies and a high temperature of 58 degrees predicted. Tonight, though, expect for a 20 percent chance of showers mainly after 10 p.m. and a low of 40 degrees. On Monday, that chance of rain will jump to 50 percent. The high temperature that day should
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Calling politicians hypocrites is like calling water wet.
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In the midst of most government budgets continuing to be cut or stabilizing at best, there is one program growing here in Shasta County — a program for county residents convicted of low-level offenses.
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There are few things more depressing than dependency court, where judges look at issues of child abuse and neglect and make decisions that can pull children from their homes and tear families asunder.
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In early 1977 as the Shasta County superintendent of schools, I was contacted by Marcel and Leslie Latieze, who requested a meeting to discuss the possibility of donating their 160-acre property to the Shasta County Office of Education (SCOE). The Latieze family goal was the eternal use of their property to benefit schoolch
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The Obama administration recently attempted to resolve a growing controversy by ordering insurance companies — and not employers — to provide contraceptive coverage to women employed by religiously affiliated nonprofit organizations.
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OK now. Enough about whether or not Mormons are Christians. In this day and age, most of us worship in the faith we believe in. Is it not fair to let Mormons worship in their faith and beliefs? I am not a Mormon, but one of my children is, and Jesus Christ is alive and well in her heart.
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I find a statement in "Anselmo Sues Shasta County" (Tuesday) very puzzling. It stated, "County officials said they only found out about the chapel because neighbors complained of its ringing bells."
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As a retired detective, I heartily agree with your proposal (editorial, Sunday) to legalize/regulate marijuana. Marijuana has always been too dangerous a drug to leave its production in the hands of criminals and its retail sales in the hands of our teenagers. It should be given the same laws and respect as beer.
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This is in response to Joan Manning's Tuesday letter, "Are these people 'welfare cheats'?"
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Sarah Harvey, of Redding, and Michael "Ryan" Rafferty, of Palo Cedro, are engaged to be married June 12, 2012, at TBS Ranch in Palo Cedro. The bride-elect is the daughter of Mark and Danna Harvey. She graduated from Shasta High School in 2007. She is pursuing a career as a nurse and works as a medical assistant for a local
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A small French Jesuit treatise was packed and made ready for passage, to set sail across the Atlantic Ocean to New England. Eventually this 16th century book that was a compilation of rules for good behavior would capture the attention of Francis Hawkins, who in turn translated it into English and thus called it "Youths Beh
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Dear Straight Talk: I'm 21. My husband is 19. He has cheated on me several times, once since we've been married, and I'm scared he is doing it again. How do I tell if he's cheating and what should I do if he is?
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All the talk about adding 18 1/2 feet to the top of Shasta Dam has left many of us scratching our heads while stretching our imaginations.
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The Friends of the Library Bookstore is a gem in our community. The bookstore sells used books, videos and music and uses the proceeds to help fund collection development, children's programs, Summer Reading and many other library needs.
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Now that I have a newborn in the house, the last thing I have time for is weeding through an email inbox filled with offers for 30 percent off at a store I bought one thing from three years ago, or daily newsletters from an online magazine touting ways to make my life more creative. Thankfully, there are some easy ways to m
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When you as an employer make a decision to terminate an employee, you must be prepared to process the proper paperwork to protect yourself. This means issuing a final paycheck, among other things.
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Since the late 1950s employees of educational institutions, public schools and 501(c)(3) nonprofit organizations have been allowed to participate in retirement programs known as 403(b) programs. These programs have undergone changes from time to time when the only option was originally fixed interest annuity contracts provi
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News reports suggest the economy is rebounding.
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Only recently settled into our empty nest, my husband and I now find ourselves readjusting as one of our flock returns to the roost.
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I owe being an American to an immigrant Norwegian farmer and two young women with gumption. Sometimes when I fly to Europe, I look out the window and imagine my ancestors traveling the same route in ships. What would my ancestors say about me, a woman, traveling alone across the Atlantic with no chaperone to meet her? Proba
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February Madness is here.
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The Anderson High School wrestling team took second place and had two section champions, Spencer Larsen and Bryan Swaggerty, at the Northern Athletic League Division 2 section finals in Orland on Saturday.
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RED BLUFF — A West Valley twin killing capped off a big day for several local wrestlers.
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The spring season of the Redding Girls' Softball League will arrive in March. Get signed up soon to guarantee a spot in one of the league's five divisions — Little Ladies (kindergarten to 6 years old), Rookies (7 to 8 years old), Mini-Minors (9 to 10 years old), Minors (11 to 12 years old) and Majors (13 to 16
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Rachelle Hardy holds on as (from left) Shaylene Smith, 18, Quincy Crum, 17, Sterling Humphry, 17, and Bailey Roberts, 14, give her a taste of what riding a real animal would be like at the California High School Rodeo Association Special Rodeo at the Tehama District Fairgrounds in Red Bluff. Hardy is one of 35 special-need
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Q: I have been trying to get into the sport of bowfishing, but two issues have my parents and I a little puzzled. My dad heard that if you are going to bowfish, you need some kind of special reel on the bow (don't know whether it was an open face reel or a crank reel). We are also unsure what license I should use. Do we
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The City Council on Tuesday will consider expanding Redding's building fee waiver program that would allow more local homebuilders to take advantage of the fee holiday.
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Two weeks ago today, Super Bowl Sunday, I was sitting in the Tops Market parking lot off Eureka Way, next to my motorcycle, waiting for my friend Tom. We planned to ride over the hill to Weaverville, grab a quick lunch and make it back in time for the game.
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Shooting could begin in August here
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In 1912: Redding was to have a new baseball team. Fourteen men had signed to the team. Manager Jack Melvin proposed the formation of a league with Willows, Red Bluff, Chico, Corning and Orland.
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Receipts: Friday, 506 Previous week: 1,285
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Walk with Ease Program: Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays April 16 to May 25. Meets at the Caldwell Park Teen Center, Redding. Multi-component program lead by trained instructors includes walking, health education, stretching and strengthening exercises, and motivational strategies. Cost is $15. Information: 225-4095 or
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Shasta County officials have issued a third draft of an environmental impact report for a proposed cogeneration plant in Anderson, once again changing their stance on greenhouse gases.
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Ishi Archery Club, Red Bluff: Hosts shoots at its range. Youth instruction available. Membership $30 per person, $35 per family. Information: 527-4200 or www.ishiarcheryclub.org.
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A couple of summers ago Kyle Kenneally was ready to pack it in and quit his minimum-wage, hard-labor job with the California Conservation Corps. He was on his first "spike" season, eight 10-hour days in a row, with six days off, doing trail maintenance work in the Snowy Mountain Wilderness.
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California Waterfowl's Redding chapter will hold a fundraiser banquet March 3 at the Gaia Hotel, 4125 Riverside Place, in Anderson.
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Biggest fear is coming home, says 30-year-old
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As her husband prepares to embark with other members of a Redding-based California Army National Guard company for a one-year tour in Afghanistan, Erica Waters, 34, can't help but wonder what the future holds.
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Shasta Trinity Fly Fishers member Mike Donhagy of Shingletown caught and released this 26-inch, 7-pound wild rainbow trout on Baum Lake on Jan. 14.
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The unit's deployment will have a unique impact on the Flynn family of eastern Shasta County.
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One man is dead and another in custody on suspicion of drunken driving after a single vehicle roll over wreck in Yreka threw a passenger from the vehicle.
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Going back tagging old entries here in LJ, I came across Gourmeton, a website with some of the most wonderful Engrish ever. Click on anything and read the mangled copy. For instance, this description of a cheese called Tomme Ailine Vignes:Named in imitation of a schooltime
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I’ve posted about this Redding band last year. They’re playing out tonight at Bombay’s, so go support a local band working it. Here’s a recent video. Tight tight tight:
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Thanks to my Trinidad friend Pam Christensen, here's two more recent photos of the work on the new Trinidad Pier....
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1026 Spring Ridge Redding 96003 featured home with a view, only $226,000Check out the view in this short tour video. Call or Text us at (530) 255 4070 to learn more, or to tell us when you’d like to see it.
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This foreclosure home in unincorporated Shasta County seems to offer a lot for the money. It se
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Redding Police officers say that a car chase that started near Oxford Road and Cypress Avenue ended shortly thereafter when the alleged thief drove it into a ditch.
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Rain will spatter the north state through Monday as temperatures hover just below 60 degrees before rising into the 70s after President’s Day.
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Nature is by far the most genius of garden designers, the most creative of floral arrangers. And if there's one thing Nature loves, it's color. Bright, mellow, bold, muted, clear: the whole rainbow of color. Most of us do too, which is why the new expanded and full-color edition of "Wildflowers of Table Mountain, a [...]
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A 31-year-old Red Bluff woman was arrested Thursday on suspicion of felony child abuse after school officials reported burn marks on her son's arm.
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The three candidates trying to replace Shasta Lake City Councilwoman Dolores Lucero will be debating Thursday and again in March.
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On Tuesday the Shasta Lake City Council will update its budget and have the final readings of ordinances about medical marijuana and a 26 percent increase for utility rates.
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Facing trial Tuesday, a Redding woman has changed her plea in a case involving two Orland High School students in 2010.
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North state veterans took center court Friday in the gymnasium at Parsons Junior High School in Redding as it hosted its ninth annual Tribute to Veterans program.
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Court officials seek new grand jurors
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State Sen. Doug LaMalfa has introduced a bill he says would give firefighters at the state's inmate fire camps more information about the prisoners they oversee.
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It didn't take long after Doug LaMalfa announced he was running for Congress last month before a supporter of his Republican opponents went on the attack, zeroing in on just less than $4.7 million of federal subsidies paid to his family rice farm over the last 15 years.
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City Manager Jim Lindley submitted his resignation Thursday, and the Dunsmuir City Council decided to hold a special meeting in the near future concerning his replacement.
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Johannessen named 2011 Citizen of Year
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Most casual holders of a fishing license just want to bait a hook and try to catch supper. The hard thinking about the subject is more or less confined to which cold drinks to bring to the lake.
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You've got to wonder why we consistently elect so-called "small government conservatives" like Wally Herger and Doug LaMalfa when we in the north state are so addicted to and subsidized by government entitlement programs.
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My wife and I, along with many others in Shasta County, have set about trying to purchase merchandise made in the USA, but with very little success.
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It is obvious Don Farrell ("50-Word Dash," Saturday) has never been to a Tea Party or knows any of us personally.
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Ken Close, Cottonwood
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A shout-out to all of you who don't use your turn signals!
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There is often a sad end to those released from prison. Few find jobs and many wind up back in prison. We need to take a realistic look at how they wound up in prison in the first place.
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Jerry Brown's Knights hit their stride at the perfect time in their season finale on Wednesday.
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The Northern Section adopted changes to the prep football division structure and championship game dates beginning in the 2012 season, but the hot topic of a Central Venue championship site for the top two divisions failed to pass.
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The Red Bluff High boys basketball team won the Eastern Athletic League South crown outright in thrilling fashion on Friday night, with a 53-50 win over Las Plumas, on the road in Oroville.
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A poised group of young Hornets took away any type of edge the Cougars had over them heading into the postseason.
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COTTONWOOD — Hot teams have success in the postseason, and in the fourth quarter on Friday night, the Eagles looked scalding.
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Here's a list of what's open and closed Monday in observance of Presidents Day:
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Two people are alright after their car rolled over across the median at the start of the westbound Highway 44 off ramp on Interstate 5 just after 7:30 p.m.
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Plumas Bancorp posts earnings
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WILLOWS — Facing trial Tuesday, a Redding woman has changed her plea in a case involving two Orland High School students in 2010.
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Sarah Harvey and Michael "Ryan" Rafferty
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A small French Jesuit treatise was packed and made ready for passage, to set sail across the Atlantic Ocean to New England.
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Dear Straight Talk: I'm 21. My husband is 19. He has cheated on me several times, once since we've been married, and I'm scared he is doing it again. It's always with the same girl, an ex-girlfriend who lives out of town. When we found out I was pregnant he messaged her on Facebook saying he missed her and h
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All the talk about adding 18 ½ feet to the top of Shasta Dam has left many of us scratching our heads while stretching our imaginations.
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Erika Carlton and Les Puckett, both of Redding, are engaged to be married Feb. 23, 2013, at Lake Redding Park. The bride-elect is the daughter of Catherine Shuttleworth, of Anderson. She works as a registrar at Shasta Regional Medical Center. Her fiance is the son of Rhonda Bedford, of Sacramento, and Les Puckett, of Corn
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The Friends of the Library Bookstore is a gem in our community.
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Now that I have a newborn in the house, the last thing I have time for is weeding through an email inbox filled with offers for 30 percent off at a store I bought one thing from three years ago, or daily newsletters from an online magazine touting ways to make my life more creative. I don't have time to shower, let alon
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I've been played, not only once, but twice this week by my son Davey.
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When you as an employer make a decision to terminate an employee, you must be prepared to process the proper paperwork to protect yourself. This means issuing a final paycheck, among other things.
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Since the late 1950s employees of educational institutions, public schools and 501(c)(3) nonprofit organizations have been allowed to participate in retirement programs known as 403(b) programs. These programs have undergone changes from time to time when the only option was originally fixed interest annuity contracts provi
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William (Bill) Harter
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News reports suggest the economy is rebounding.
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Only recently settled into our empty nest, my husband and I now find ourselves readjusting as one of our flock returns to the roost.
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I owe being an American to an immigrant Norwegian farmer and two young women with gumption.
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Q: How do you get deodorant stains out of dark colored clothing?
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Question: What should I do if my nectarine, peach and apricot trees burst into bloom during stretches of midwinter warm weather? How can I protect them from frost when cold weather returns?
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Wow, if this 2nd District Court of Appeal ruling stands, it's hard to see how it wouldn't mean the end of those bitterly hated red-light cameras that have popped up in Redding and many other California cities. Cal-Tax's newsletter has...
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A plane running out of fuel landed on Highway 299 east of Weaverville just before noon today, the California Highway Patrol reported.
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Conditions at Mt. Shasta Ski Park Day skiing: Open Night skiing: Open Temperature: 31 degrees Skies: Clear Wind: Light Visibility: Good Depth: 26 inches at base, 38 inches at top New snow overnight: None New snow during the past 24 hours: None Snow surface: Machine groomed Trails: 19 open, 15 groomed Roads: Open, plowed and
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No one was injured when a car crashed through a fence on Dana Drive in Redding and smacked into an apartment building late this morning.
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State Sen. Doug LaMalfa has introduced a bill he says would give firefighters at the state’s inmate fire camps more information about the prisoners they oversee.
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State and local job numbers typically are released two weeks after the federal stats come out. That would be today. But the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics is doing its annual benchmark with its January data, an annual process in which monthly labor force numbers are updated. The revision takes ti
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That's the takeway from a Reuters article. Here's an excerpt: "While a home is the main repository of wealth for many Americans, it comes with numerous hefty expenses. The carrying costs - what's needed to hold and maintain the asset - range from property taxes and home insurance to emergency repairs
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I was not at all familiar with the normally routine process by which the state Legislature authorizes payments of state legal settlements, but this year our very own Sen. Doug LaMalfa is drawing attention to what he sees as a...
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That's what Mendocino County's Tom Allman tells Rolling Stone, as part of an article on the "shocking about-face" on federal marijuana enforcement in states with medical exemptions. The shift in policy won't be news to anyone who's been reading the...
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Donations are being sought to help the family of a 14-year-old boy killed in a ferocious mobile home fire Wednesday morning in South Redding.
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YouTube video of Monday night's meeting runs about half an hour. Worth watching. Very funny in parts....
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This comes from the California Department of Real Estate (DRE) via the Shasta Association of Realtors: Consumer and Industry Warning, False and Misleading Designations and Claims of Special Expertise, Certificaton and/or Credentials, Wayne Ball, Chief Counsel, DRE. “The DRE is issuing Cease and De
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It should be partly sunny in Redding today with a high temperature near 68 degrees, forecasters with the National Weather Service in Sacramento say. But there’s a 40 percent chance of rain tonight and a 30 percent chance of showers mainly after 4 p.m. on Saturday. Saturday’s high should be near 56 degrees. Sunday’s fo
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The Brubeck Institute was established by the University of the Pacific in 2000 to honor its distinguished alumni, Dave and Iola Brubeck. The mission of the Institute is to build on Dave Brubeck’s legacy and his lifelong dedication to music, creativity, education, and the advancement of important social issues including ci
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Still Standish - An Evening Of Stand-Up Comedy Featuring Aaron Standish, Liz Merry, and Roland Allen When: Feb 18, 8 p.m. Where: Old City Hall 1313 Market St., Redding Cost: $10 at the door Suggested For A Mature Audience For more info please visit www.merrystandish.com -from press release
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Consider this my belated Valentine's Day gift. Once upon a time, almost 16 years ago, I started my collection of heart-shaped rocks. I should clarify that this was an unintentional collection, because in a way, it was as if the collection chose me. It's easy for me to remember when the heart-shaped rocks entered my life
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A 31-year-old Red Bluff woman was arrested Thursday on suspicion of felony child abuse after school officials reported burn marks on her son's arm.
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Nobody gives out a Golden Office Chair to honor the most outrageously wasteful personnel decision by a government agency, but someone should.
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Give him points for cleverness. President Obama's birth control "accommodation" was as politically successful as it was morally meaningless. It was nothing but an accounting trick that still forces Catholic (and other religious) institutions to provide medical insurance that guarantees free birth control, tubal
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Last week, the Record Searchlight reported on the Shasta County Board of Education's decision to solicit bids for Camp Latieze, a camp deeded to the board in 1977 and operated by the Shasta County Office of Education since the board became the owner. The board's decision comes at the end of a long, complex and publi
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ANDERSON — Things got downright brutal in the Northern Athletic League title bout.
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Faculty members at Chico State University have selected Redding native and City Councilwoman Missy McArthur to receive the school's Distinguished Alumni Award for her long record of accomplishments and community service.
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The Redding Area Bus Authority (RABA) and 29 local businesses partnered this year to provide Redding area nonprofits 3,400 RABA bus tickets in the third annual Helping Hearts program.
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In 1912: Farming folks on Bear Creek were enjoying delectable salads of lettuce and other garden greens that were gathered fresh from the vegetable growths during the winter beneath a light covering of twigs and leaves.
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PALO CEDRO — Confidence can never be undervalued heading into the postseason.
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Efforts to open more roads in the Shasta-Trinity National Forest to off-highway vehicle (OHV) users could be taking another step forward.
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Someone used the Fall River Valley Community Services District's credit card to charge more than $2,500 on pizza, garbage, dating and alcohol treatment services, and it was most likely a former employee, the district's manager said.
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The half brother of a man who was shot and killed by police this summer is accused of badly beating a woman at the south Redding home that officers raided minutes before the shooting.
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Emily Ovian (from left), Tiny Corison and Brittany Corison unload 554 coats Thursday at the Good News Rescue Mission in Redding.The coat drive was organized by the Scared of Heitz car and truck club.
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When Nicolas Lupacchino arrived at the Redding Library after a two-hour drive from Yreka, he was expecting to place in the north state's annual math competition.
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After a preliminary hearing Thursday, a Shasta County Superior Court judge ordered three Redding men to stand trial on murder, robbery and burglary charges in connection with the fatal stabbing of another Redding man at a Hilltop Drive motel.
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The Central Valley boys basketball team won its season finale at home Thursday night by beating Sutter 87-62.
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In 1935, during The Great Depression, President Franklin Roosevelt created the Works Progress Administration by presidential order. The WPA provided training, jobs and income to millions of unemployed people desperately needing to work.
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Terry Alvord of Carmona's Appliance Center in Redding doesn't need a survey to tell him the cost of providing health coverage to his employees continues to rise.
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Todd Nash has seen the video of OR-7 — the gray wolf living in eastern Shasta County — and gives it two thumbs-down.
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After her daughter was diagnosed with leukemia last year, Amanda Edens quickly discovered there's a hidden cost for north state families like hers with children battling cancer, a cost not covered by any health insurance plan.
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Try out some questions similar to some of those the students in the Mathcounts competition had to solve.
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Here's one, from Humboldt County. Via Michael Bernick at FoxandHoundsDaily, who offers the nickel version: Ms. Jacqueline Debets is the director of the Humboldt County WIB. Ms. Debets is a fifth generation "Humboldter". She has been the WIB director for...
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Todd Nash has seen the video of OR-7 -- the gray wolf living in Shasta County -- and gives it two thumbs down.
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The AP's Jeff Barnard reports that the House Natural Resources Committee has passed the bill that today's editorial criticized --- though its goals are good. Even so, rural timber counties shouldn't make big plans on the money showing up, as...
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I'm not at all sure that, in these times of relative poverty, trail-building and the like should be a high priority for the state government. But I am sure that, if the money's available, Redding should get its share. It's...
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The "Industry Activities Update" attached to Redding Electric Utility's midyear financial report (itself remarkably positive) outlines what the utility and others that depend on Central Valley Project power see as extraordinary effects of proposed new "Delta flow critiera" --- in...
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This news brief caught my eye, reinforced by a PSA heard this afternoon on local talk radio. Movie casting call in Redding on Saturday Clarity Entertainment Inc. is planning to shoot its first feature film in Redding and will host...
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Unfortunately for its developers, the Liberty Quarry, a proposed gravel mine in Riverside County, needed three votes to win its use permit. The Riverside Press-Enterprise recaps the saga. I wonder if the Moody Flats proposal will lead to this sort...
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Three Redding men were ordered today by a Shasta County Superior Court judge to stand trial on murder, robbery and burglary charges in connection with the fatal stabbing of another Redding man at a Hilltop Drive motel.
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You won’t want to miss Enterprise Starships 20th Annual Variety Hour Show! Starship was recently voted the third most popular Show Choir in the nation by Parade Magazine and will be hosting a special guest show choir from Bear River High School in Grass Valley California. This is a very exciting show with new props, [...]
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Conditions at Mt. Shasta Ski Park Day skiing: Open Night skiing: Open Temperature: 25 degrees Skies: Clear Wind: Light Visibility: Good Depth: 26 inches at base, 38 inches at top New snow overnight: 1 inch New snow during the past 24 hours: 1 inch Snow surface: Machine groomed Trails: 19 open, 13 groomed Roads: Open, plowed
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The beautifully restored and very historic James McCormick house at 1452 Oregon Street is for sale. James McCormick was one of the owners of the famous 1877 'Big Store' that occupied an entire block on Market Street and sold everything...
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This looks magically delicious. I may have to try this one out.
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In simple terms, a successful home short sale is when a lender agrees to take less for the sale than what is owed. The number of homes listed as a short sales in our community has been pretty steady at around 250-300 for the last couple years. They are most often unsuccessful, leading to foreclosure. But lately, it seems
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Mostly sunny skies, a high temperature near 67 degrees and light winds are forecast today for Redding, meteorologists with the National Weather Service in Sacramento say. Tonight’s low should be around 38 degrees. Friday should see partly sunny skies with a high near 55, but there’s a 40 percent chance of rain that nigh
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Would more logging and other productive use of the national forests be good for the rural north state? You bet.
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The Obama campaign, defending its decision to embrace the super PAC supporting the president's re-election, contends that it would be foolish to unilaterally disarm.
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“Redding is lucky to have a place like this.” So said friend Phil Dynan after a recent lunch at Shameless O’Leery’s Irish Pub on California Street in downtown.
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To mark its 20th consecutive Variety Hour show, Enterprise Starship is sharing the love and inviting Grass Valley’s Bear River High School to join in next week’s festivities at the David Marr Auditorium.
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Melissa Matson, a north state native, will turn a homecoming into an opportunity to showcase an oft-ignored instrument when she plays her viola as the guest soloist this Sunday with the North State Symphony.
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"The need to create is a natural instinct for man," says sculptor Paul (Palul) Rideout. Palul feels fortunate to have found a medium that brings his passions for art and science together. He tries to find and explore those qualities that have a common human appeal, universal ideas and symbols that transcend languages, locat
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If you open a kitchen cabinet somewhere in Redding and notice an assortment of pint glasses with brewery logos, it’s a better than average chance that the person who owns them was a regular at Carnegie’s.
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A billion dollars to make Shasta Dam higher? That's wrong!
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The best joke at the Washington Conservative Political Action Conference meeting last week was the one about a conservative, a moderate and a liberal who walked into a bar. The bartender was heard to say, "Hi, Mitt."
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History is replete with references to plutocrats, monarchs and rulers of various ilk and stripe, who once chose to prove their benevolence by graciously permitting subjects to collect crumbs that had fallen from their opulent tables.
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The best way to finish the regular season is on a hot streak.
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A Shasta Lake man was sentenced Wednesday to one year in Shasta County Jail in connection with an Oct. 30 brawl with a sheriff's deputy at a Millville home.
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Since 1999 about half a million acres of forest have burned in Trinity County, but the damage didn't have to be that widespread, a county supervisor said Wednesday.
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In 1912: "Burglar row," made famous by the number of attempted and unsuccessful robberies since the setting in of winter had yet had another scare with a supposed assault on the Elks' Club, but the burglar made his escape. The "row" was that prominent block of business establishments in the east side of
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An off-duty Shasta County boating safety deputy had parked his patrol pickup outside his west Redding home one evening in December when a burglar used a tire iron taken from the truck's unlocked toolbox to break a window and unlock the door.
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Spartans humbled in 25-point loss
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A broker who worked at the defunct Keller Williams Realty office in Redding has been charged with taking property from a bank-owned house he was listing.
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A 14-year-old boy died early Wednesday morning in a fast-moving fire that reduced a south Redding mobile home to a pile of charred metal and ashes.
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Despite concerns about finances, budgets, possible conflicts of interest, and openness, a divided Gateway Unified School Governing Board voted Wednesday to renew Rocky Point Charter School's charter, allowing it to remain open.
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Local conservatives and property-rights advocates are backing vintner Reverge Anselmo in the wake of his allegations Shasta County violated his religious rights by stifling his efforts to build a private chapel.
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January foreclosure filings in Shasta County reached their lowest point for the month in three years, an online database reported today.
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At first blush Paul Lynch, Gerald Wilkinson and Rob Beem would seem to have little in common.
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Famous Dave's plans hiring fair
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Shasta Blood Center is in need of AB+, B- and O- blood. BloodSource is in need of A- and O- blood. Platelet and plasma donors are also needed. Shasta Blood Center will hold a blood drive from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. Saturday at Movies 14 in Redding. Donors will receive a free movie ticket.
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When you become a parent, you've accepted the hardest job on Earth. Combine that with being a coach to your child, and you've got a challenge that can cause friction at home, drama on the team and conflict with other parents.
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This week's exercise has a significant core and balance challenge; I recommend trying this toward the end of a workout to increase balance and core stability.
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Nails. We paint them. Polish them. Trim and manicure them. Bite them. Run them down chalkboards. Our hands are intimate parts of our being, and the nails are their crowning symbols. They broadcast our health, diseases and personalities.
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Those who are living with or caring for an elder suffering from memory loss know that there are good days and bad days. They may also observe that the time of day can bring changes in personality, mood and behavior. There is a name for this phenomenon when it happens toward the end of the day. It is called sundowner's syndr
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Sudden infant death syndrome (SIDS) remains a major cause of death among babies between the ages of one month and one year. Here are recommendations from the American Academy of Pediatrics for providing a safe sleep environment to help reduce the risk of SIDS and other sudden, unexpected, sleep-related infant death.
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You know, California has a lot of problems. We could all come up with our own list. But given that civil-service rules force the taxpayers to, say, pay doctors with suspended licenses six-figure salaries to sort prison mail and to...
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Slated to open in early April, Famous Dave's BBQ will host a hiring fair next week at the Red Lion Hotel on Hilltop Drive.
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Authorities said an 81-year-old man died near a creek after falling off his bicycle and on Highway 36 overnight.
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The upper photo is the smelter. The bottom photo was taken in 1960 at the place where the smelter once stood - in the 'Spring Creek Valley'. Today, the Spring Creek powerplant and debris dam occupy the same spot. From...
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California Highway Patrol officers in Tehama County discovered 62 pounds of cocaine in a Volkswagen Jetta last week and another 16 1/2 pounds of the drug in a separate car today, authorities said.
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Two years ago, Hollywood producer-turned-winemaker Reverge Anselmo was the brainchild behind a legal defense policy marketed to farmers and ranchers. Launched in August 2010, the Agricultural Regulator Services, or
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A Shasta Lake man was sentenced this morning to one year in Shasta County jail in connection with an Oct. 30 brawl with a sheriff’s deputy at a Millville home.
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So reports John Fensterwald of the Silicon Valley Educational Foundation: Days after signing a bill restoring $248 million in school bus funding for the rest of this year, Gov. Brown has done an about-face and also agreed not to eliminate...
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Conditions at Mt. Shasta Ski Park Day skiing: Open Night skiing: Closed Temperature: 20 degrees Skies: Cloudy Wind: Light Visibility: Limited Depth: 26 inches at base, 38 inches at top New snow overnight: 1 inch New snow during the past 24 hours: 1 inch Snow surface: Machine groomed Trails: 19 open, 13 groomed Roads: Open,
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The Bee's Dan Morain points to a delicious potential ballot measure in San Francisco: Save Hetch Hetchy activists are considering filing an initiative (only in the city, not statewide) to press for the dismantling of O'Shaughnessy Dam. No city in...
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Meridian Pointe is a newer, nice east Redding neighborhood, and the name fulfills the agent-speak requirement that the word ‘point’ shall always have an extra ‘e’ on the end, to show classiness. We are given only this one image on which
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It’s going to be sunny and windy today in Redding and the surrounding area, forecasters with the National Weather Service in Sacramento say. Today’s high temperature will be near 60 degrees, while a 10 to 13 mph north wind is expected to increase to 18 to 21 mph, forecasters say. Wind gusts could be as high as 29 mph. A
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The 2012 Shasta College Summer musical will be the high energy Broadway hit “Legally Blonde – The Musical.”  Open auditions for “Legally Blonde” will be held Saturday, February 18 from 1-5 PM, and March 12-14 from 6-9 PM on the Shasta College Theatre Stage.  Auditions are open to the community.  Cast members ea
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"What's a good guidebook?" or "What guidebook do you use?" After 30-some-odd years of traveling, both by myself and with others, there isn't any one guidebook that will suit every person's needs. Make a trip to the bookstore and head to the travel section. Pick up a few different guidebooks and leaf through them, read [...]
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A 14-year-old boy died in a mobile home fire early this morning at a Redding mobile home park.
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Perennial critics of the costly aircraft fleet that provides high-powered backup for firefighters during wildland blazes complain that the U.S. Forest Service, in planning to replace its aging planes, is missing a chance to embrace a new fire-management philosophy.
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Although Barack Obama is the first black president of the United States, he is by no means unique, except for his complexion. He follows in the footsteps of other presidents with a similar vision, the vision at the heart of the Progressive movement that flourished a hundred years ago.
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When cancer victims cough due to their symptoms, we treat the disease with surgery, chemotherapy, medication, etc. We do not punish the patients for coughing.
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Joyce Dolan, Redding
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In the Feb. 11 Record Searchlight, David Spagnola writes that Mormon doctrines are unchristian. My Webster's New World Dictionary says unchristian means "outrageous" or "dreadful."
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A few items to correct from the Saturday letter by David Spagnola about the Mormons not having Christian doctrine. First, there are many different Christian churches. All have different teachings about Jesus. Otherwise, why would there be so many of them?
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A Feb. 28 trial date for a Cottonwood-area woman accused of nearly beating a 7-year-old boy to death in 2009 may be delayed because the trial judge could be presiding over a murder trial scheduled to be under way at the same time.
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A Cottonwood man accused of trying to kill two paramedics and an emergency medical technician by ramming his pickup into their ambulance outside Mercy Medical Center on Saturday night expressed disappointment when told no one was killed.
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Miguel Armas, 4, carries a rose he bought Tuesday with his dad, Fabian Armas, for his mother, Emily Armas, at a roadside stand at Churn Creek Road and Highway 299.
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In its newest row over classroom space with the Rocky Point Charter School, a lawyer with the Gateway Unified School District is saying that officials may have broken a conflict-of-interest law by loaning money to the school.
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In 1912: One of the largest gold dredgers in the state was under construction on the Trinity River, five miles above Lewiston, by the Trinity Dredging Co. The completed hull was 109 feet long and 45 feet wide. The craft would be in operation by June 1 of that year.
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Vintner, restaurateur and former Hollywood film producer Reverge Anselmo filed a federal lawsuit against Shasta County Monday over the ongoing battle he's had with the county's resource management department to build a private chapel at his winery east of Redding.
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The tree in Elizabeth Duranty's front yard has been acting strangely lately.
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Ravaged by state budget cuts, Shascade Community Service's decades-old respite care program for parents of developmentally disabled children is shutting down at the end of the month.
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William Chmielewski thought he would get leads on jobs to fix up foreclosed homes.
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Shasta College has been put on alert: It has to come up with a central, overarching educational plan or risk being shut down.
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SHASTA LAKE — A share for the boys Northern Athletic League title had to come down to a buzzer beater.
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SHASTA LAKE — The last time West Valley's Kendall Vincent played on Central Valley's home court, she missed the game-winning shot in last season's playoffs.
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The Foothill girls basketball team defeated Lassen 63-59 on Tuesday.
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PALO CEDRO — Nine was the Lions' lucky number on Tuesday night.
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A recent article in the LA Times reminds us of just how important it is to have some kind of living will or advanced healthcare directive, and that it is absolutely necessary to talk about these things with your loved ones. If you have not done these things it is your loved ones who will be left to make the painful and t
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Gas prices are accelerating.
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Local School Students win awards
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Triple Talent Lori McMahan needs "No Man" to win Mall Title!
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In an effort to help California deal with a continued budget deficit, Gov. Jerry Brown has proposed cutting the Cal Grant programs, the state’s largest source of higher education financial aid, by nearly half.
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A Cottonwood man accused of trying to kill two paramedics and an emergency medical technician by ramming his pickup into their ambulance outside Mercy Medical Center Saturday night expressed disappointment when told no one was killed.
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The Feb. 28 trial date for a Cottonwood area woman accused of nearly beating a 7-year-old boy to death in 2009 may be delayed because the trial judge could be presiding over a murder trial that is scheduled to be underway at the same time.
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Among the most vexing problems in the real estate arena are those involving property lines. Though these disputes frequently involve relatively small dollar amounts, they can fester into personal vendettas, especially when the principals are residential neighbors. A common scenario involves a property owner c
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So says President Obama's drug czar, focusing on the widespread abuse of and addiction to prescription drugs. Here's his video interview on CBS. Noticed he didn't mention drug interaction with alcohol, which some analysts say may have contributed to Houston's...
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An April 10 trial date was scheduled today in Shasta County Superior Court for a 22-year-old Redding woman who allegedly tried to abduct a 3-year-old girl who was riding a bicycle outside her own home.
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Anselmo, it seems, ignored the county's stop-work order on his chapel. Famly and guests celebrated first Mass on Saturday. A few snaps taken earlier last week. While it contains marble from Italy and bells from Belgium, much of the wood-...
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Conditions at Mt. Shasta Ski Park Day skiing: Open Night skiing: Closed Temperature: 27 degrees Skies: Cloudy Wind: Light Visibility: Limited Depth: 27 inches at base, 37 inches at top New snow overnight: 0 inches New snow during the past 24 hours: 0 inches Snow surface: Machine groomed Trails: 19 open, 12 groomed Lifts ope
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A number of commenters on this poll, now running on the Redding.com home page, question the value of even asking the question. "This poll is a new low for the RS," says "IamAJellyDonut." I had my own qualms about bringing...
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A fire this morning near Oak Run destroyed a single-wide mobile home, according to the California Department of Forestry and Fire Protection.
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It should be mostly sunny in Redding today, forecasters with the National Weather Service in Sacramento. Today’s high will be around 59 degrees, but there’s a 30 percent chance of showers after 10 p.m. Wednesday’s weather forecast calls for mostly sunny skies and a high near 60. Mostly sunny skies and a high near 66 a
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Murder and mayhem.... It's the kind of thing Still Married serves up in a Valentine's Day song. We're giving it away on our website - please help yourself at the link below: Heart Shaped Stones Free Download.
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Before I joined the ranks of happily married mommies, I was a single girl once. After college, I learned that anyone who held to not dating from their pool of coworkers had a relatively narrow field of potential mate options.
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On Thursday, March 1 at 7:00 p.m., Dr. Peter Joseph will present, “The Climate Crisis:  Science vs. Denial” at First United Methodist Church, located at 1825 East Street in downtown Redding. Dr. Joseph is an emergency physician trained by the Climate Reality Project to help educate the public about the devastating impa
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Things got rocky along the way, but a feud over gravel in the Trinity River appears to have ended in a peaceful compromise.
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With the March 12 candidate filing deadline for California's June primary election fast approaching, it's time to offer the state's Republican Party some unsolicited but still sound advice:
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I know a married couple I will call Susan and Jerry. Susan has the use of her left arm and her right hand. The rest of her body lies useless in a wheelchair. She and Jerry live in a shabby motel, which is all they can afford.
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A long time ago, I found valentine cards glued on the pages of a thick album belonging to my grandparents.
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Pat Waldron (letter, Feb. 5) asserts that Mormons are Christians and offers these reasons: First, Mormons call themselves "The Church of Jesus Christ of the Latter Day Saints."
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Truck club donates coats to mission
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If you are thinking about popping the big question, consider adding some pop to your marriage proposal.
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5.6 earthquake rocks North State
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A Lassen County supervisor will challenge a slate of candidates, including Redding City Councilman Rick Bosetti, for the 1st District Assembly seat.
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Kayleena Menezes, 2, of Anderson doesn't have just one valentine this year, but four.
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A roadside grass fire last week in Siskiyou County showed just how fire-prone the north state has become, 2&1/2 months into an incredibly dry winter.
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After spending about a month in Lassen County, the wolf dubbed OR7 is back in Shasta County.
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Under a proposal with Lehigh Southwest Cement Co., the Shasta-Trinity National Forest around Lake Shasta could grow by about 246 acres.
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ANDERSON - The Shasta District Fair grounds is bringing back a familiar name to run its 2012 speedway season.
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The U.S. Forest Service has announced plans to try to replace its aging fleet of privately contracted air tankers used to battle wildfires.
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Vanessa Rodebaugh delivered a dominating performance at the most opportune time.
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Several local prep volleyball teams achieved successful seasons in 2011, resulting in plenty of standouts to make up the All-Record Searchlight volleyball team.
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Redding police continue to search for a man who allegedly fired shots at, but missed, an Anderson man who was helping his friend move Sunday afternoon.
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I'm not sure how it happened. It's not like we planned it. Between my husband and me, our collective five children and their significant others, most of the birthdays in our immediate family fall within four short weeks, January to February.
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See who was at what recent event in the north state.
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It was some time in the spring of 1907 that Thomas Bona Dozier, Redding lawyer and former Shasta County District Attorney, joined with 39 other county residents to form Redding Elks Lodge #1073.
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Reports are compiled by Western Outdoor News. Call 800-290-2929. BEST BITES TRINITY RIVER, Lewiston — The upper portions of the Trinity above Junction City dropped and cleared and there are a lot of fish still coming upriver. In fact, the steelhead count at the hatchery is double that of last year, over 4,000. Anglers wer
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Voices of Faith — What Native American spiritual practices are embodied in the moral and ethical behavior of Americans today?
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The steps are pretty well known and are just east of the Diestelhorst Bridge. They were built in 1940 by employees of the Works Project Administration (WPA). When the steps were built, they were beside the river's edge, however,...
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The Shasta District Fair grounds is bringing back a familiar name to run its 2012 racecar season.
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Earthquake centered northeast of Eureka rocks north state.
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A Redding woman has been appointed by Gov. Jerry Brown to serve on the Workers' Compensation Appeals Board.
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One week remains in the regular season and the Enterprise and West Valley girls basketball teams are atop their respected divisions when the second edition of the Northern Section playoff point standings were released on Monday.
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Realtor Skip Murphy answers a question I posed with numbers gleaned from tax records and aerial photos from Google. See how some of our neighbors in the "1 percent" live. Here's the link to his blog item. Excerpt: We did...
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This map -- part of a great New York Times package on whom federal "entitlement" spending really helps -- provides a fascinating if not entirely surprising look at where federal money goes. The most subsidized counties? Rugged, self-reliant Siskiyou and...
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Friday was my last day at work. I left early. I didn't care any more. I hadn't cared for a long time, but on Friday, I really didn't care. Gary took me to lunch, and on the way home I thought, "I don't have to go back next week. Or ever. I never have to go to one of those stupid all-
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After spending about a month in Lassen County, the wolf dubbed OR7 is back in Shasta County.
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That's how he says he sees it, in this piece posted on the conservative site FlashReport, explaining his motivation for running for Congress. Last Friday, his highest-profile Republican rival, Sam Aanestad, offered his own statement to Republican activists....
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It will be close to a race-day decision.
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Rain showers and a high temperature near 56 degrees are in store for Redding today, while Tuesday’s forecast calls for mostly sunny skies with a 10 percent chance of rain during the late afternoon, forecasters with the National Weather Service in Sacramento say. Today’s showers are expected to fall mainly before 10 a.m.
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If there's anything that Marcus Partin has learned about himself during the dreaming, planning and developing phases of the yet-to-be-built Shasta Wine Village, three miles north of Redding, it's that he can keep a secret when he has to. Partin recently shared details of his Shasta Wine Village plan with anewscafe.com. (C
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As part of its ongoing dedication to strengthening communities throughout California, Pacific Gas and Electric Company (PG&E) today announced the launch of its PG&E Bright Minds™ Scholarship program. PG&E will award up to $1 million in scholarships to enable high school, community college and "non-traditional"
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Alex Henderson witnessed full force the highs and lows of the Enterprise High School football program.
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To Travis Michel, gravel, or lack of it, means a lot to Trinity County.
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In 1912: The leading citizens of Sisson undertook a project to establish Mt. Shasta as a national park. Supporters believed the move could add many improvements and the wonders of nature around the grand old sentinel could be taken full advantage of. Congressman Raker was going to be asked to introduce a bill in Congress to
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After allegedly trying to kill two paramedics and an emergency medical technician by crashing his truck into the ambulance they occupied outside Mercy Medical Center, a Cottonwood man ended up being treated by one of the men he tried to harm, police said Sunday.
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Marcella Wagner, the 8-months-pregnant Redding woman whose car rolled twice Thursday after a driver on Interstate 5 cut her off, is now paralyzed from the chest down.
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Q: Hi, Marcus. I hear you're the guy with the vision and plan for the Shasta Wine Village. I know you're crazy-busy, so we are extra appreciative that you took time to talk with us.
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Out-of-control wildfires are killing far more spotted owls lately than chain saws ever did.
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For we the less organized, now is the time of trial, the search for random bits of paper needed to fill out tax forms. This is never pleasant and it can be a struggle to remember that we are supporting our country in this way. This year there is more concern about taxes than ever before, not because of taxes we owe but beca
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Even the worst of presidents cannot stop the best of times, and it's beginning to look as if an unprecedented energy boom just might save President Barack Obama's re-election, despite his undying efforts to thwart energy development.
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We announced the 2011 All-Record Searchlight prep offensive football team on Sunday.
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Police search for man who fired shots
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An ambitious new garden project at Sequoia Middle School has been designed to produce not just vegetables but a bounty of life lessons as well.
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Purpose The Home buyer Program (HP) promotes home ownership for low income, first time home buyers. Assistance is in the form of a deferred loan (second mortgage), due and payable when the property is sold, transferred, or at the end …
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Stewart Real Estate Company 01399535 www.stewartrealestate.com 530-255-4133 1700 Market St #102 Redding CA 96001
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Cool search-engine trick. Go to Google and enter Sam Aanestad in the search box. The No. 1 result (at least as of Sunday afternoon)? His rival Sen. Doug LaMalfa's official page. The reason, I'm sure, is many past links to...
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Redding police are looking for a Redding man who allegedly fired shots at, but missed, an Anderson man who was helping his friend move this afternoon.
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A man called 911 this afternoon saying he'd been stabbed three times in downtown Redding near the Redding Area Bus Authority terminal, dispatchers said, but his claims turned out to be unfounded.
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I'll cut right to the chase. It's almost Valentine's Day. You have two days. Never fear, you still have time to make something chocolate for either your sweetheart or yourself (or both). I have three perfect recipes for you. First, I give you this absolutely terrific brownie recipe. It's not too sweet, but it is [...]
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Its the historic one-lane bridge across Cow Creek near the Cow Creek School in Palo Cedro. As of today, brush and big trees have been removed from the north side of the bridge in preparation for the building of the...
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A car went about 100 feet down an embankment off Highway 299 near Whiskeytown Lake this morning, dispatchers said.
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Blogger Marc Beaucahmp sent me a note: “Reading this fascinating WSJ feature… [online.wsj.com]
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I went to bed somewhat hopeful, having had a conversation with a friend and co-worker who was distraught and agitated. It was late, but I invited him over for a beer. We talked a bit. I listened. And told him I was committed. I was here for him – for everyone – until September. The decision has been
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Not every day a law's sponsor comes straight out in the Los Angeles Times and advocates its repeal, but here is Mike Briggs, who with his family helped write and pass the 1977 initiative re-establishing the death penalty in California,...
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Click on the Info button to enlarge the map. An ingenious and useful graphic design for visualizing getting around the country. From Redding, it’s an easy hop o
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A Cottonwood man tried to kill two paramedics and an emergency medical technician Saturday night by crashing his truck into the ambulance they occupied outside Mercy Medical Center's emergency room in Redding, police said.
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Online essay by a former boss and newspaper colleague: By Gilbert Moore As I have been pointing out (though almost always with the result of being ignored) for many years, American true-believer liberals and true-believer conservatives are as alike as...
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This sunny Sunday morning should gradually turn into a cloudy day, leading to a 100 percent chance of showers tonight in the Redding area, forecasters said. The high should be 59 degrees today, according to forecasters at the National Weather Service in Sacramento. The low tonight is predicted to be 43 degrees. For the sta
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My guess is even former Redding Police Chief Pete Hansen (a red-light camera proponent) would get a kick out of this send-up video....
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Emerson and I have begun to get into the strangest conversations at the breakfast table. How do you explain politics and the economy to a kindergartner?
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Sgt. Barry Powell didn't come out and say that Shasta County's new marijuana-growing ordinance will make foresters' lives more dangerous.
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I have decided to put my name on something, but because I am not real proud of it I will just stick to my first name. Kind of like those bloggers who put their thoughts on the web anonymously — no backbone.
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My family and I took a two-week camping tour through Oregon last summer that began with heading up the coast to Jessie M. Honeyman State Park outside Florence. The campground is nestled in a forest of tall trees dripping in moss, their tops lost in a misty fog. We had entered another world. After leaving our triple-digit te
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Undercover work apparently is not for me. Close encounters of the weird kind seem to come into play when I travel.
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March is set to be an interesting month at the Redding Library. March 3 marks the fifth anniversary of the opening of the new Redding Library. To celebrate, the Shasta Public Libraries will host a Community Read of "A Farewell to Manzanar" by Jeannne Wakatsuki Houston and James Houston.
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At first I thought it was the bluebird of happiness, but then it flew away. It was a different kind of bird than we normally see around our house.
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If my children are happily engaged outside, I usually regard this as an opportunity to "get something done." I'll tackle the kitchen, straighten the living room, or better yet, settle down with a good book for a few minutes. My first instinct is not to go outside and join them.
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Jennifer Sasser and Michael Carbaugh, both of Modesto, are engaged to be married March 23, 2012, at Union Hill Inn in Sonora. The bride-elect is the daughter of Rich and Bonnie Sasser of Modesto. She graduated from Beyer High School in Modesto. She attended Simpson College in Redding. She is employed in the personnel offic
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Hitting the best-sellers' list recently was Lee Child's latest Reacher novel, "The Affair."
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One of my favorite things about writing a travel column is I get calls and mail from readers who tell me about their trips, send me photos and ask interesting questions. The column that spawned the most horror stories from readers in 2011 was a list of tips for flying economy class.
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The bright red cards and red boxes of candy promoting Valentine's Day romance are everywhere. But there'ss a dark secret underlying this fun holiday that's beginning to see daylight. Much of the chocolate sold by major chocolate manufacturers is produced through child trafficking and slave labor, working mostly under horren
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Online dating allows singles to cyber-meet before committing to a face-to-face, a great way to get a hint of compatibility before giving out your phone number. If this Valentine's Day finds you considering the blind date your Great Aunt Edna wants to set you up on, read on for tips to safely explore the world of online dati
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Samantha Edwards and Joshua Mix, both of Redding, were married Oct. 1, 2011, at Mercy Oaks in Redding. The ceremony was followed by a reception at Mercy Oaks. Jay Spinks officiated. The bride is the daughter of Mickey and Cheryl Edwards of Redding. She is a 2007 graduate of Foothill High School. She is employed at Interim
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About 16 years ago I was asked to speak at a conference of financial advisers about the future of the Internet and its impact on the financial services industry. As an optimist, I envisioned the Internet -- and specifically web-based applications -- as an opportunity to address the personal organizational challenges that pr
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There are many different kinds of leaves protected under state law and it can feel almost impossible as an employer to navigate your way through them. regnancy leave is no exception and the laws covering pregnancy leave have recently changed.
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Amanda Petty and Dakota Alido, both of Redding, were married Dec. 10, 2011, at Cone Community United Methodist Church in Los Molinos. The bride is the daughter of Bobby and Elizabeth Petty of Corning. She is a 2009 high school graduate. The groom is the son of Sonnie Alido and Samantha Kefalas of Redding. He is a 2006 gra
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What's behind America's deepening class divide? Charles Murray — probably best known to readers as author of "The Bell Curve" in the 1990s — has a new book: "Coming Apart: The State of White America, 1960-2010." He argues that America is increasingly, dangerously divided between an out-of
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I live in Shasta Lake, with few residences between my house and the proposed southern boundary of the Moody Flats Quarry. Obviously, I desire to avoid increased traffic and noise in my neighborhood. However, we built a house adjacent to the railroad tracks, accepting that noise is part of the package. We hear the occasional
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President Obama's recent ruling about making contraception available to employees of Catholic hospitals and other organizations was the right thing to do. The science behind the ruling is sound and accurate.
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In 1912: The Chinese residents of Red Bluff and Vina were very much wrought up for fear that tong wars between rival factions would break out in Tehama County. A Hop Sing Chinese who belonged to the Suey Sing Tong was killed by highbinders in Marysville. All of the Chinese at Vina, except two, were Suey Sing. Those two were
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With partisan gridlock and a rocky economic recovery sparking widespread demand for political reform, north state voters face a significant year.
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A veterinarian has confirmed a case of horse flu in northern Tehama County, saying the strain may be more virulent than normal.
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A common myth about parents of children who have mental illness is that better parenting could fix the problems, says to Dr. Karen Crum, coordinator of Youth Services for the Shasta County affiliate of the National Alliance on Mental Illness.
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About two dozen demonstrators gathered Saturday outside the Sierra Cascade Logging Conference at the Shasta District Fair grounds in Anderson to protest clear-cutting in forests.
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DUNSMUIR — City Manager Jim Lindley says he is leaving the small city in southern Siskiyou County in better condition than he found it some 20 months ago.
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Last week a reader wrote in with concerns about her son volunteering to be the designated driver for his friends who are impaired by alcohol or drugs, and what the possible consequences could be.
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FAST-PITCH SOFTBALL SKILLS CAMP
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A Redding woman is organizing support for a congressional effort to honor the elite Devil's Brigade, in which her late father served during World War II.
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A Republican Tehama County supervisor announced only late last week he will challenge Assemblyman Dan Logue for the 3rd District Assembly seat. But Bob Williams, 54, of Corning, already is taking shots at his opponent.
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As the volunteer coordinator of youth services for the National Alliance on Mental Illness, Karen Crum is dedicated to improving the quality of life for individuals with mental illness and their families.
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The road to the girls Northern Section soccer championship in the top division goes through Cottonwood.
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Rod, reel, line, fly. There's simplicity to fly-fishing on the surface, but its complexities run deep.
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Employees of the Shasta-Trinity National Forest, National Recreation Area Management Unit, recently joined in a coordinated effort with hundreds of people around the country to participate in the annual Midwinter Bald Eagle Survey.
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Q: What are the new abalone regulations that will go into effect this year?
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The Anderson High School wrestling team claimed its third straight Northern Athletic League championship with seven competitors finishing with league titles on Saturday.
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The Chico High Panthers dominated the mat, but several local wrestlers shined and won Eastern Athletic League North individual titles.
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Teams that send more dynamic athletes onto the football field greatly improve their chances of being explosive in all facets of the game.
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Instead of celebrating their home finale, the Knights had to withstand a barrage of 3-pointers.
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After an exciting year of prep football, it's time to honor those who rose above the rest on the gridiron.
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Dear Babe: I have a boxed edition of Ben Hogan's "Five Lessons, The Modern Fundamentals of Golf." It is from 1957.— Ron Erickson, BeaumontDa Babe was scratching his head, trying to find a "boxed edition" of this Hogan book, which apparently is a reprint of five lessons that first appeared in Sport
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As Meagan Fischer stood outside the Shasta District Fair grounds today, a truck drove by and a passenger yelled at her "treehugger."
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The road to the girls Northern Section soccer championship in the top division goes through Cottonwood.
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A veterinarian has confirmed a case of horse flu in northern Tehama County, saying the strain may be more virulent than normal.
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A car knocked down a utility pole, sending live power lines onto the pavement on Park Marina Drive near Locust Street, officers say.
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Ran across this interesting video of a custom home built from rolling stock. Might be a good housing choice for Redding. We are after all, a rail town. (video preceded by a commercial) Kind of like a houseboat on rails. You can tow it to a different town and make yourself at home on some private rail siding.
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Redding musician Craig Padilla recorded lovely, evocative, longform organic/electronic music in his studio on West Street in Redding. Vostok was one of his major works. It went on to become his highly regarded
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Realtor and blogger extraordinaire Skip Murphy e-mails: "A while back you remarked that for a town in tough times, the restaurants sure do seem to be full around here. I've noticed that too. http://www.zerohedge.com/article/benefit-us-economy-deadbeat-squatters-50-billion-year "There are about 300 short sales...
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This is unalloyed good news for the state's economy --- except that it's barely dented the jobless rate. From the Bee: While segments of California's economy stumbled along on shaky legs last year, Golden State exporters rang up record numbers...
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Redding will get sprayed with light amounts of rain in the next few days, but the second half of next week should bring sunny days and temperatures in the upper 60s. Today should be warm, with a high around 64 and scattered showers before 10 a.m. The rest of the day should be partly sunny, and night time temperatures will
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E-mail just received from local activist Doug Bennett: From the Occupy Redding Website HERE'S WHAT YOU CAN DO: Saturday February 11, 2012, from 10 a.m. to 12 noon: OCCUPY DEMONSTRATION AGAINST CLEARCUTTING at the Sierra Cascade Logging Conference at the...
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My Daphne odora began its seasonal bloom this past week –delicate, pink-edged, four-petaled florets opening one at a time among larger clusters. I was working nearby - absently cleaning leaves out of and re-filling a bird bath, plucking weeds mindlessly from garden bed edges. One moment, I smelled nothing more than damp,
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In 1912: The Prohibition wave, recently set rolling in Redding, was not making a strong showing for itself in the office of County Clerk Witherow, the registrar of voters. Of 39 women registering, only three were affiliated with the Prohibition Party. The majority were Republicans, there being a scattering of Democrats, Soc
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If a big dam is bad for the migratory fish whose spawning runs end at a concrete wall, is a still bigger dam good for them?
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It happens to us all — the years roll by and one day you wake up and realize you're older than the president of the United States. That can be unsettling, as Barack Obama's election was to me in 2008. Obama, born in August 1962, is nine years my junior.
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The "Tea Party" is a nonexistent party that hasn't the slightest idea what it takes to effectively run government.
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Thanks to Halden Phelps (letter, Jan. 28), bigotry is alive and well in Redding. He listed six reasons for not voting for Mitt Romney, all of them religious. This is the first I've heard that Romney is running to be our chief spiritual advisor and head pastor of the country.
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I felt compelled to address Pat Waldron's proclamation (letter, Sunday) that Mormons are Christians. This statement was based on their choir, a picture of Jesus seen when entering the Mormon temple, etc. These have religious overtones, but they don't make Mormons Christians.
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A Shasta Lake man whose sentencing for trying to grab a sheriff's deputy's gun was put on hold last month was found mentally competent for sentencing Friday.
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A Shasta County Superior Court jury has acquitted a Redding man of attempted murder and felony assault in connection with a stabbing last year.
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Nicholas Truett, 13, meets Onyx along with Cierra Rovera, liaison for the Project Share Site, and Alyssa Morris, 13. Morris and Truett joined about 20 other students from West Cottonwood Middle School on Friday to meet and care for horses at the Safe Haven Horse Rescue in Cottonwood.
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Bell-Carter Foods Inc., of Corning, has received a rebate from Pacific Gas and Electric Co. on Friday for energy efficiency improvements.
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Hanging in Grace Place Tea House & Gift Boutique in downtown Redding is a black-and-white portrait of Steve Keyser staring serenely at the camera, his hands together as though he's praying.
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Here's a look at what's open and closed Monday in observance of Lincoln's Birthday:
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The McConnell Foundation and the city of Redding this year are continuing their combined efforts to buff up the Sundial Bridge.
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A 27-year-old Redding man pleaded not guilty Friday to rape and other charges stemming from allegations he held a 21-year-old woman captive inside his apartment at gunpoint and beat and raped her.
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Red Bluff police arrested a 20-year-old woman on suspicion of taking a car parked in front of a business and fracturing the hip of the business owner who tried to stop her.
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PALO CEDRO — The Wolves finally won one at the Cougars' Palace.
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Shasta College and Simpson University have a few key prep baseball and softball standouts from the area ready to prove themselves worthy at the next level.
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Jordan Kimbrough scored 19 points and had 14 rebounds Friday to lead the Enterprise High School girls basketball team past West Valley in a nonleague game by a score of 62-42.
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A Redding.com story about a homeless ex-prisoner who died last month behind a local liquor store didn't sit well with state prison officials.
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ANDERSON — California's call to reduce greenhouse gas emissions by 2020 means new revenue for timber landowners willing to play the carbon-offset market.
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ANDERSON — On occasion, heart and hustle can overcome talent.
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A memorial celebration will be held in Igo, CA. on Sat. Feb. 11, 2012 for Malin A. Lowe. He passed away February 2, 2012 at his home in Igo, CA. He was 83 years old. He was born in Los Angeles on May 30, 1928, to Malin Sr. and Thelma Lowe. He attended George Washington [...]
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Employees of the Shasta-Trinity National Forest, National Recreation Area Management Unit, recently joined in a coordinated effort with hundreds of people around the country to participate in the annual Midwinter Bald Eagle Survey.
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California Watch has a good, lengthy round-up today about efforts to either extend the Secure Rural Schools bill or to overhaul it with new systems proposed in the Republican House to increase actual timber production, and thus help rural schools...
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"Sunset Western Garden Book" -- a go-to resource for north state gardeners -- has been updated. It's the ninth revision for the 80-year-old guide.
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I agree with her on that point. Polemicist Ann Coulter served up jokes and red meat at CPAC this week, no doubt a preview of her upcoming ''conversation'' at Anselmo Vineyards on March 23. Here's the video:...
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Dead trees provide vital habitat for wildlife. Many birds, bats, squirrels and raccoons make nests in hollow cavities or crevices in standing deadwood. Higher branches of snags serve as lookouts for raptors. The nooks and crannies of deadwood are put to good use by squirrels and other wildlife looking for places to store fo
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A 27-year-old Redding man arrested Wednesday on suspicion of rape and other charges after he allegedly held a woman captive inside his apartment and beat and raped her at gunpoint pleaded not guilty today in Shasta County Superior Court.
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How many of you remember these fine products?
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The USDA map that helps gardeners decide which plants are best for their yards has been redone. The online map has a feature that makes it easy to find your hardiness zone by typing in your zipcode.
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Hardiness zones and other factors
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My grapes were infested with clouds of tiny insects. Many leaves died and the grape clusters didn't develop. What was the problem?
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Ask Anna columnist Anna Moseley has a strategy for a reader who needs help with the odor in her sons' bathroom.
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Former state Sen. Sam Aanestad explains on the conservative website FlashReport why he's running for Congress to replace Rep. Wally Herger. In passing, he notes his disregard for the establishment's paving the way for Doug LaMalfa: The campaign ahead will...
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Both lanes of southbound Interstate 5 between Highway 44 and Cypress Avenue are again open after a black SUV hit a Department of Transportation truck, according to California Highway Patrol dispatch reports.
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A Shasta Lake man who was on the verge last month of being sentenced to a maximum of two years in Shasta County jail only to see his criminal case put on hold after he made a remark to his lawyer that sparked a mental health evaluation for him has been cleared for sentencing next week.
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In 1892 a second and better one-mile long straight horse racing track was put into use along the south side of the present PG&E substation on Trefoil Lane. Races were held every Sunday afternoon. The hill on the north side...
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Dancing clouds. Took these shots yesterday as today’s light rain front moved in. Sometimes you look up and realize there’s a show going on.
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Here’s our usual monthly chart of local home sales in and around Redding. Sales are off by a little. The most notable trend is the overall low inventory evident over the last 12 months versus the prior 12. The bars indicate
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California Highway Patrol officers were searching this morning for a man who ran from a possibly stolen car after driving off Airport Road north of Anderson, though it appears the matter has since been resolved.
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Rain has returned to the Redding area in mostly small doses but it will likely stick around into next week.
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The smell of my lover's cologne. On him, not on anyone else. The sound of his special ringtone when he's finally gotten off of work after 10 hours. His hand on my hip as he leans in to kiss my neck. The voicemail I've saved from 2008 that says, "I love you more than all [...]
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Firefighters quickly contained a house fire on Gaines Lane off Bally Ferry Road in Anderson early this morning, saving half of the large home in the process.
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Foothill's fifth-highest scorer made all the difference on Thursday, with a huge night in the paint.
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It looks like the Northern Section will go through another year of the state basketball playoffs with a chip on its shoulder.
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The Enterprise boys basketball team held on to beat West Valley 44-40 in a nonconference road game on Thursday.
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No, not that Bob Williams. Rather, the Tehama County supervisor is running for Assembly, in the newly drawn 3rd District. Though a fellow Republican, he does not seem impressed with incumbent Assemblyman Dan Logue's wandering ways: CORNING, CA - -...
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Bernie's Guitar, a Redding musical landmark for nearly 40 years, is on the brink of closing.
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A Trinity County Superior Court judge publicly admonished by a state judicial panel this week for allegedly abusing his authority when he canceled the services of a court reporter needed by another judge for what was to be a busy day in July 2010 defended his actions Thursday, saying he was only trying to save taxpayer mone
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Country music legend Merle Haggard of Palo Cedro is getting ready to go back on the road.
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An attempt to turn one of the nation's most toxic mines into a "Garden of Eden" near Redding has ended in a lawsuit and claims of fraud.
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A 27-year-old Redding man was arrested Wednesday on suspicion of rape and other charges after he allegedly held a woman captive inside his apartment and beat and raped her at gunpoint.
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In 1912: If the city of Redding would donate a 70-by-150-foot piece of its ground adjoining the Hotel Reading and west of the railway, the Redding lodge of Elks would build a three-story theater and lodge quarters. Promoters of the project declared that it would not be difficult for the lodge to raise the money, the members
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How the federal and state marijuana laws interact was the most useful part of a discussion on outdoor marijuana grows for Roger Alderman.
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In what's becoming a crowded field of mostly Republican challengers, the only Democrat to enter the 1st District Assembly race so far is a Plumas County supervisor.
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Fifteen years ago it was hard to find a single salmon in Clear Creek.
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ANDERSON — There are tools that every farmer, logger and rancher should be using.
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Red Bluff police arrested a 20-year-old woman Thursday on suspicion of taking a car that was parked in front of a business and fracturing the hip of the business owner who tried to stop her.
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Red Bluff police arrested a 20-year-old woman Thursday on suspicion of taking a car that was parked in front of a business and fracturing the hip of the business owner who tried to stop her.
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The Shasta Builders Exchange Training Center will host Microsoft-Beginning.
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A tip on a suspected shoplifter at the Wal-Mart on Rhonda Road led to the discovery of thousands of dollars of stolen property, Anderson Police officers said.
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Joe and Mary Paita, Montgomery Creek
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William T. Cox, whose property in Canyon Hollow, off Buenaventura Boulevard, has posed a roadblock to development of the heights above his land for more than a decade, has a cause that unites a diverse crowd.
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Elaine Hyland, Redding
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Ed W. Coleman, Shasta Lake
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At the National Prayer Breakfast last week, seeking theological underpinning for his drive to raise taxes on the rich, President Obama invoked the highest possible authority. His policy, he testified "as a Christian," "coincides with Jesus' teaching that 'for unto whom much is given, much shall be required.&
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Officers are searching for a driver who ran a pregnant woman driver off the road, sending her car rolling two times and injuring her.
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The popularity and community influence of the Redding Elks continued to expand over the years, and its membership burgeoned, at one point exceeding 2,000 members. Please join the Shasta Historical Society on February 18, 2012 to learn more about the history of the Redding Elks Lodge. This presentation will be open to the p
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Take a drive up to Dunsmuir on Saturday Feb. 18 and enjoy a wonderful evening of dining, dancing, and Mardi Gras fun all for a good cause. A tasty Cajun-style dinner and a live rhythm and blues band will make this an evening to remember.
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Did you know that dams are good for fish? Rep. Tom McClintock say it is so, and who can argue? Indeed, it was the construction of dams that made possible the year-round cold-water flows so conducive to thriving fish populations....
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Fifteen years ago it was hard to find a single salmon in Clear Creek. But the stream, which cuts across the southern boundary of Redding as it flows from Whiskeytown Lake into the Sacramento River, has undergone a transformation.
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It no longer exists, but when it stood, Dozier Hospital was on the top of Johnson Hill, second driveway on the left from the crest of the hill. Johnson Hill was named for the Johnson family who built themselves a large brown shingled house there around the turn of the 20th century. Johnson Hill is now Placer Street.
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So you'd think after watching this glitzy new video from the EDC. Expensive-looking production values. Hope it works. I did get a chuckle over the graphic showing our "easy access" to the world. From Redding Municipal Airport....? From the...
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Deputies with the Shasta County Sheriff's Office say they've determined who tore apart seven air conditioners in the Fall River Joint Unified School District in October.
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Next week’s scheduled preliminary hearing for a 70-year-old man accused of shooting his Shingletown son because he did not like his country music karaoke singing was put off today in Shasta County Superior Court until March 14.
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Watch this impressive video about Shasta County from the EDC. REALLY nice production. I guess our secret is out now…
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A 25-year-old homeless woman charged with three counts of felony child abuse is weighing a plea bargain offer requiring her to serve two years in prison instead of more than eight years if she’s tried and convicted of the charges against her.
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A Redding man accused of murdering a homeless man by repeatedly stabbing him and slitting his throat gave up his right today in Shasta County Superior Court to have a preliminary hearing and is expected to have his trial date set next month.
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Part of it was paid by the government who paid $16,000 for each mile of track laid in the valley and $32,000 for each mile of track laid in the mountains. They were also given 12,800 acres of land for...
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A 27-year-old Redding man was arrested Wednesday on suspicion of rape and other charges after he allegedly held a woman captive inside his apartment and beat and raped her at gunpoint.
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One of the stranger "facts" I've seen published lately comes from a letter to the editor in Yreka's Siskiyou Daily News, demanding that the Interior Department prove that the Klamath River dams are privately owned and asserting that the dams...
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The 63rd annual Sierra Cascade Logging Conference starts today in Anderson with a breakfast.
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Here’s some upcoming foreclosure sales from your US Treasury owned Freddie Mac organization. These don’t have prices yet, but are usually priced aggressively for a rapid sale. We’ve added what information we could find about the property through public and MLS records. If you have an interest in any of
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High pressure continues to build today in the north state, bringing higher than average temperatures today.
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There is only one thing Egyptians have more of than patience, and that is their generosity. I have never met a more giving and sharing people in all my life. As said earlier in Part 1, where I quoted Al-Hajjaj ibn Yusuf  - "If someone with good intentions came to them, they carry him as a [...]
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The Shasta Lake City Council didn't have much choice but to dramatically raise its electricity rates.
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The general election is shaping up as a contest between two remarkably similar men.
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All they have to do is give President Obama a fiddle.
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I agree with President Barack Obama. Warren Buffet's secretary should not pay more in taxes than he does.
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If it's a choice between volunteers with multiple deployments and a draft lottery for single deployments, which would favor the odds for the safe return of a loved one and for international solutions other than war from our family-value politicians?
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I just brought myself to Redding to work here. May I please have $5,700 for bringing one job to the city?
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Re: Planting coho eggs in the Scott and Shasta rivers: Vibert boxes, designed to do the same in the 1970s and '80s, failed and were abandoned.
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I sympathize with Kathy Villacres' comments (letter, Jan. 29) about her family's travel challenges with United Express, and I agree that this community deserves better air service options.
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Jim Gironda, owner of Gironda’s Italian restaurant in downtown Redding, is mighty grateful – for loyal patrons during the Great Recession, for his new kidney (received in November) and, most of all, for his loving and hard-working wife, Penny.
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Photographer Brent Van Auken developed a passion for capturing life's moments with a camera while on Oahu working for a non-profit organization called Surfing the Nations.
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If the mantra of real estate is location, location, location, the owners of the Riverside Bar and Grill got it right when they named their business. While the bar does many things well, the sense to call out its greatest asset - a beautiful view - was a wise one.
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Redding’s art scene was starting to hop, thanks to a kick-start from the monthly ArtHop, and some artists were not happy when the ArtHop founders decided in December to shelve the time-consuming venture to pursue new careers.
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• Head For The Hills • Pair Wine With Art • Going South for Wine • Pour Some Poor Souls • A Bit Beyond
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Shasta College kept its postseason and conference title hopes alive in a thrilling, grueling double OT win on Wednesday night.
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In a way, the Wolves have had a tough season in the gauntlet known as the Eastern Athletic League North, but that didn't stop them from moving into prime position to host a semifinal playoff game in Division II.
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The Enterprise High School boys basketball team fell 72-63 on the road to Chico on Wednesday.
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The city of Shasta Lake has moved ahead with its new medical marijuana proposal, which would bring it into compliance with federal laws, officials said.
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In its longest meeting in months, the Redding City Council on Tuesday approved using eminent domain on a developer’s behalf to acquire an easement on a west Redding property needed for city sewer improvements.
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A 31-year-old Redding man was arrested Wednesday after an officer spotted a stolen Jeep in a driveway, Redding police said.
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Grand Oaks Elementary School fourth-grader Kendall Moxness, 9, stretches with other students Wednesday at the school in Shasta Lake.
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RED BLUFF —Hoping to save about $40,000 per year, the city of Red Bluff has combined the jobs of city attorney and city manager.
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In 1912: Victor Power and Mining Co. purchased its neighbor and friendly ally, the Grand Central Gold Mining Co. of Harrison Gulch. The sale and consolidation meant a lot to Harrison Gulch. The Victor mine was running day and night. A cross cut was planned from the 500-foot level of the Victor to cut a number of known ledge
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Conservative commentator Ann Coulter will sign books and share dinner with about 250 people next month at Anselmo Vineyards in Inwood.
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The 63rd annual Sierra Cascade Logging Conference kicks off today in Anderson.The event, which brings in industry professionals from around the West, returns to the Shasta District Fairgrounds after two years at the Redding Convention Center.
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Despite pleas from the original officials who took over management of the 125-acre Camp Latieze near Manton, the Shasta County Board of Education on Wednesday voted 5-2 to try to sell the longtime science and environmental camp.
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RED BLUFF —Rodeo cowboy and fifth-generation Tehama County native John Growney was having lunch at a local restaurant when he heard the bad news — the county had pulled the plug on its California State Fair exhibit.
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In a move that could signal more irrigation restrictions for Siskiyou County's farmers and ranchers, the Department of Fish and Game has backed away from appealing a judge's ruling that said wardens were being too lenient on those pulling water from two chronically dry coho salmon streams.
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A Trinity County Superior Court judge has been publicly admonished for the second time since 2010 for abusing his judicial authority.
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My old colleague and erstwhile esteemed co-blogger Tim Hearden writes a post today about how big media has downplayed the controversy over the Obama administration's rules requiring health insurance plans --- including those run by Catholic universities, charities or hospitals,...
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The Shasta Family Justice Center received a $12,000 donation from the Shasta Regional Medical Foundation to help victims of family violence in the community.
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A Trinity County Superior Court judge has been publicly admonished for the second time since 2010 for abusing his judicial authority.
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A 52-year-old Shasta County man is facing more than four years in Shasta County jail after being convicted today by a jury of insurance fraud, worker's compensation fraud and grand theft.
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A trip racing go-karts has led to a man being convicted of insurance and worker's compensation fraud.
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While traveling through what is now Shasta County the first time in 1843 with the Chiles Party, before white men lived here, Major Reading faithfully wrote notes into his pocket diary. The next year, he cleaned up his diary notes...
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A 31-year-old Redding man was arrested today after an officer spotted a stolen Jeep in a driveway, according to the Redding Police Department.
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Palo Cedro resident and frequent local commenter "Buzz F." Yelped about a recent stay at a hotel-casino off I-80 in eastern Nevada. He seemed to be channeling "Mr. Gonzo" himself, the late, great Hunter S. Thompson. Particularly love his two-word...
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Tehama County drug agents arrested two people Tuesday after finding methamphetamine and paraphernalia during a traffic stop.
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Each generation has its lingo. What was once the bees knees turned into groovy and now is awesome. It is fun to look back and remember the words and expressions of the past. Ready spaghetti?
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Police arrested a man this morning after responding to a rape-in-progress call on Boulder Creek Drive in north Redding.
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Older and dependent adults are vulnerable to financial abuse because they often rely on others, including family members or trusted caregivers for help with daily living. It can be as simple as taking money from a wallet or as complicated as manipulating a victim into turning over property to an abuser.
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Today I'm going to cover the stability ball hamstring curl. This is a great way to challenge your core stability and increase balance, while using your own body weight to get a great hamstring workout.
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Shasta Blood Center is in need of AB+, B- and O- blood. BloodSource is in need of A+, A- and O- blood. Platelet and plasma donors are also needed.
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Recent research estimates that nearly 50 percent of American adolescents and young adults are consuming energy drinks, and people younger than 26 represent nearly half of the industry's $9 billion market. Unfortunately, there are many negative health effects in drinking energy drinks regularly.
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Conditions at Mt. Shasta Ski Park Day skiing: Open Night skiing: Closed Temperature: 35 degrees Skies: Cloudy Wind: Light Visibility: Limited Depth: 20 inches at base, 32 inches at top New snow overnight: 1 inch New snow during the past 24 hours: 2 inches Snow surface: Machine groomed Trails: 18 open, 13 groomed Lifts open:
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David Benda's blog just now prompts this exercise in group sourcing. Share your favorite non-chain burger joints, past and present, in the comments section below. Damburger, Gene's, The Shack, The Triangle, the Pac-Out? What makes your favorite burger place different/special?...
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Redding police said a man found off Lake Boulevard was initially believed to dead but was merely unconscious.
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Reports are compiled by Western Outdoor News. Call 800-290-2929. BEST BITES TRINITY RIVER, Lewiston — The upper portions of the Trinity above Junction City were in beautiful shape, a nice steelhead green, at a great level and full of steelhead. Fly fishers were using golden stones, No. 12 and 14, poxy back beadhead pheasa
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This lamp was once the valued possession of my now departed mother-in-law. She’s gone, but the lamp remains. It’s been on a journey, as various relatives tried to find a place for it. None seem content with it. Now i
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Voices of Faith — What religious and ethical values do you think the Tea Party and Occupy Wall Street articulate?
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With all the hoopla surrounding the arrival of Five Guys in Redding, this list of the best and worst chain burgers is timely. Five Guys doesn't get a mention. But In-N-Out's protein burger, a patty with all the fixin
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Police, fire and medical personnel responded this morning to a report of a two-vehicle wreck on Highway 273 in south Redding.
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Image from US EPAExposure to lead based paint is considered the “number one environmental threat to the health of children in the United States.” Recent changes in the law make it much more problematic to r
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Red Bluff police are looking for the man who approached a 16-year-old girl Tuesday and asked her for sex
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Sunny skies return today after Tuesday’s brief encounter with rain, though showers could return on Sunday.
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The issue of helping those unsheltered or unsheltered and ill in our community by degree or direction is daunting, yet seems to be the focus of concern for many who have written comments (about the Homeless in Redding series). What can an individual do to help? Without our families, where could we all be by some unfortunate
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The Hornets might have been knocked out of the Eastern Athletic League North race on Tuesday, but their season is still far from over.
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CORNING — The Falcons missed out on both sole possession of first place in the Northern Athletic League, and a potential chance at home-court advantage throughout the playoffs on Tuesday night.
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The Walmart Superstore off Dana Drive in Redding was evacuated for about an hour Monday night after an employee found a note in a women's restroom saying a bomb had been planted somewhere in the store.
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In 1912: Joe Young's boat capsized in the Sacramento River and he spent the night stranded on a rock, shivering and cold. The castaway hung on to his slippery bit of sand and stone until his rescue was effected in the morning by John Diestelhorst with a rowboat.
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A Redding woman won't be retried on a second-degree murder count in connection with the 2011 death of her boyfriend.
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The Liberty Christian boys basketball team remained unbeaten in the Five-Star League by picking up a 53-37 win Tuesday against U-Prep.
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The California Interscholastic Federation will celebrate its 100th anniversary during the 2014 school year, but preparations already are under way to determine how best to celebrate the momentous occasion.
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RED BLUFF — Attorneys for a Red Bluff pair charged in connection with a marijuana-growing operation are seeking a nonjury trial that would speed the route to an appeal.
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Another north state manufacturer is tapping into a Redding incentive program in exchange for jobs.
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Brett Grow tries to get drivers' attention and drum up business at Liberty Tax Service in Anderson on a rainy Tuesday.
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Redding will require more transparency from the Redding Community Access Corp. after the City Council on Tuesday unanimously approved a new contract with the nonprofit.
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Shasta County supervisors on Tuesday unanimously voted to add another $880,000 to the $2.5 million they've already committed to construction of the county's much-anticipated new juvenile hall.
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SHASTA LAKE — A discussion of utility rate increases became electrified Tuesday night as two Shasta Lake council members sparred.
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Sam Aanestad, the two-term former state senator who represented Shasta and surrounding counties from 2002 to 2010, wasn't always the most popular man up in these parts.
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Gov. Mitt Romney's statement about not worrying about the poor has been treated as a gaffe in much of the media, and those in the Republican establishment who have been rushing toward endorsing his coronation as the GOP's nominee for president — with 90 percent of the delegates still not yet chosen — hav
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All the recent hullabaloo over PG&E's SmartMeters got me to thinking about how the utility establishes and maintains the calibration accuracy of all the meters it has deployed, whether digital or analog.
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Regarding the recent event where a mother and her three children were crossing Eureka Way at night and her 3-year-old in the stroller was hit by a vehicle and seriously injured. The mother was homeless living in a tent and, according to the police reports, drunk. The 3-year-old was flown to UC Davis with serious injuries. T
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This is a short response to Ailene Miller's Jan. 27 letter, "Abortion isn't black and white."
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I recently had my smog checked at a reputable local smog-check facility. My car failed. The failure had nothing to do with emissions or exhaust leakage or anything mechanical. It was simply the "check engine" light, which had came on in time to its 60,000 mile suggested tune-up. One of the criteria for a clean smog
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Former state Sen. Sam Aanestad on Tuesday made it official — he's running for the congressional seat being vacated by outgoing U.S. Rep. Wally Herger.
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Businesses see costly move in the future
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Shelter still offering 3-year variety for pets
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The City Council approved a resolution of necessity Tuesday night that would allow the city to use eminent domain for a developer to acquire some 13,000 of land needed for a sewer easement for a southwest Redding subdivision.
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Redding will require more transparency from the Redding Community Access Corp. after the City Council tonight unanimously approved a new contract with the nonprofit.
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Bank of Commerce Holdings, parent company of Redding Bank of Commerce, Tuesday announced a buyback of its stock.
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California State Parks announces a series of "partnership workshops" for nonprofits or other groups interested in taking over the operations of a park that is otherwise set to close. The first is Redding, on Wednesday, Feb. 22....
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Heaven forbid the public be filled in on the discussions between their county supervisors and the governor about an important public-safety matter. From the Times: Two weeks after county prosecutors said the Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors had violated...
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Mr Malin Arlando Lowe, Jr. of Igo Age 83 Date of Death: 2/02/2012 Place of Death: Residence Cause of Death: Pending (Natural, Accidental, etc.) Arrangements Pending at: Allen & Dahl Funeral Chapel, Redding
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Shasta County supervisors this morning unanimously voted to spend $880,000 on the next phase of the long-awaited new juvenile hall.
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A Redding woman won’t be retried on a second-degree murder count in connection with the 2011 death of her boyfriend.
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Hi everyone, It's almost time for my Spring 2012 historic tours. The first is on April 21st and called "All around central downtown Redding". It includes visiting over 50 historical sites in the central Redding core area and ending with...
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Doors, doors and more doors. Not the seminal rock group. Sorry. There are doors . . . and then there are doors. Doors always carry the implication that there is something on the other side. Good, bad or indifferent, there is something there. Something you may want. Or not. Something someone else might want. Or not. Doors
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The Walmart Superstore off Dana Drive in Redding was evacuated for about an hour Monday night after an employee found a note in a women’s restroom saying a bomb had been planted somewhere in the store.
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There are all sorts of rail fans: Some love to ride trains, others photograph them, some collect timetables and other memorabilia, or build elaborate model train systems.
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Red Bluff police are seeking a suspect who pointed a handgun at the back of a man's head Monday night.
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A man was stabbed Monday night in Red Bluff in what police are calling a gang-related fight.
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An update on the screen adaptation of Tony D'Souza's latest novel by Todd (Starsky & Hutch, The Hangover) Phillips' Green Hat Films, via Deadline.com: EXCLUSIVE: After the first three films made at Warner Bros by Todd Phillips' Green Hat Films...
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A Los Molinos mini-mart and gas station caught fire early this morning, but no one was hurt.
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That's according to Consumer Reports survey of readers, who gave the Washington-state based chain an outstanding report card for the overall quality of its goods. Here is the release with today's results: YONKERS, NY-- Costco pleased shoppers better than any other retailer according to Consumer Report
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Former state Sen. Sam Aanestad is going to run for the congressional seat left vacant by outgoing U.S. Rep. Wally Herger.
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Not an official announcement yet, but a former staffer with Sen. Sam Aanestad tells me he's explored the idea enough and will, in fact, run for the congressional seat left vacant by Rep. Wally Herger's retirement. He's assembled a high-profile...
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Enjoy the wet weather that's soaking the unseasonably parched Redding area today, because it's not going to last. The National Weather Service says rain's likely to continue today through 4 p.m. Up to a quarter of an inch may fall. Tonight, there's a chance of showers mainly before 10 p.m. The skies will clear by Wednesda
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“Karen Farley hadn’t made a mortgage payment in a year when she got what looked like a form letter from her lender. ‘You could sell your home, owe nothing more on your mortgage and get $30,000,’ JPMorgan Chase & Co. (JPM) said in the Aug. 17 letter obtained by Bloomberg News.R
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A decade-plus ago, when the city of Redding was weighing whether to embrace a deal with Southern California-based Big League Dreams, then-City Manager Mike Warren described the contract as a no-lose proposition.
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As he pushed further and further to the right in his effort to fend off the corps of arch-conservative rivals for his party's presidential nomination, Republican front-runner Mitt Romney probably didn't think some of what he was doing would have much effect in the larger states that will provide most of the popular
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When I watch my cats, there is no doubt in my mind that they reason, that they make decisions. But I don't believe that they actually possess free will. The choices that they make fall within the range of their instincts. I do believe that we humans possess free will, but in my opinion we spend most all of our time with
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Bob Madgic has made some excellent points in his letter (Jan. 29) regarding congressional gridlock, most of which I agree with. But when it comes to blaming all of the woes of our nation on GOP extremism, I must respectfully disagree.
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