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April 13th, 2012

So reports Dan Bacher, a harsh critic of the plan from the environmentalist camp: A report on the Radio KMJ 580 AM website reveals how Senator Dianne Feinstein vowed her support for the water bond, the raising of Shasta Dam...
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Fresh Veggie Dill Dip
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Redding Body Genesis
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According to the Institute of Medicine, the health arm of the National Academy of Sciences in Washington, D.C., nearly a third of Americans experience long-lasting pain, which costs the U.S. at least $558 billion a year in medical bills, sick days and lost productivity.
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Dear Debt Adviser: Can a creditor call you on your job and threaten to put you in jail?— Idella
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A rollover wreck shortly after 5 p.m. has caused the California Highway Patrol to close two lanes of Interstate 5 today for about a half hour.
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Meant to share this from Skip Murphy's blog. French chef Reynald Tel at work. The back story to this watch-able video: T'was the setting for a wedding proposal. Tres romantique!...
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Anand "Lucky" Jesrani of the Jesrani Law Firm was recently interviewed by KRCR News Channel 7 (the Redding ABC station affiliate) for his opinion regarding certain landlord/tenant issues.  You can read the story by following this link: [www.krcrtv.com]
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The Siskiyou County Animal Control office filed an animal cruelty case Friday against people who, authorities say, neglected three horses, two of which are dead.
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Today, Friday the 13th, happens to be the last day at the Record Searchlight for Ryan Sabalow, a familiar byline, a workhorse of a journalist and one nice guy. Ryan's heading off to Indiana for a big promotion, to join...
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A wreck between a green Pontiac and a school bus with two children on-board in Cottonwood resulted in major damage to the Pontiac, but dispatchers said no one was injured.
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Those with unpaid parking tickets in Red Bluff from the past three years will have holds placed on their vehicle registrations.
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Guess the photo I thought would be a great mystery photo wasn't! The first person to guess, "deprayvd", guessed correctly at 9:04 a.m. It was the Baptist Church in Anderson. Thank you everyone for playing. And thank you Ortega's...
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No matter what or how bad you think things are work em out or work out the details of your divorce and/or child custody yourself.File only mandatory paperwork to make a divorce legal.DO NOT USE AN ATTORNEY !!One of you will be bled dry and your child will suffer.
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After being asked by an advocate, a court administrator implied that Halpin will not be gone but rather moved to another department. Had the question not been asked the Court would have been happy to deceive US, the citizens they are supposed to serve. this will not be the last word on Halpin, mark these words.M
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Protecting trees from sunburn is simple. Use tree wrap or diluted latex paint to prevent bark from sunscald.
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Flying embers from a wildfire can travel more than a mile. The roof is the part of the home most vulnerable to embers. Wood-single roofs are at high risk of igniting. A composition, metal or tile roofs is safer. Vents on homes create openings for flying embers. Cover all vent openings with metal mesh. Do not use fiberglass
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Slugs and snails are chewing on my tender vegetable starts. How can I control them?
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Ask Anna columnist Anna Moseley talks about her family's shift to a more balanced diet. She shares some of the new recipes they've been trying.
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"Eaarth: Making a Life on a Tough New Planet" explores the ways climate change has already changed the planet.
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Upcoming events include a seed workshop, garden tour, wildflower show and gardening classes.
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Redding has so many beautiful locations for outdoor photography, especially at sunset! I love the Sacramento River and how vast it is, it creates such a gorgeous backdrop for senior portraits! WHat would you like to do for your senior pictures?
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What is the denomination of the church and what town was it located in? Welcome to the History Mystery Photo Contest! We now have great new prizes for our winners. On the first Friday of each month the winner will...
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Awesome foreclosed West Redding palace described as “Magical Mediterranean.” We agree.
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Shasta County residents are more likely to breathe clean air and graduate from high school than people statewide, but they’re also more likely to smoke, drink, live in poverty and lack access to healthy foods, according to a comprehensive health report released today. The third annual County Health Rankings, created by th
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The Shasta Family Justice Center (SFJC) will kick off the Kool April Nights events as they host the Second Annual Sock Hop and Ice Cream Social at the Redding Civic Auditorium on Monday, April 16, 2012 from 5 p.m. to 9 p.m.  Tickets are $5 and kids under 10-years-old are free.  Tickets can be purchased [...]
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If you're headed to the mountains this morning, you might want to carry chains in your car.
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The sun may start peeking out of the clouds on Saturday and Sunday, but expect more showery weather today. The National Weather Service says there's an 80 percent chance of showers in Redding today. Precipitation totals shouldn't be much more than a half inch at most. Saturday will be mostly sunny with a high near 63 degr
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Deb brings a festive atmosphere to the book-signing party of her latest book, 350 Best Vegan Recipes, from Robert Rose Press. Sample delicious appetizers, mock-tails, and desserts all made from neither-meat nor?dairy, just fresh produce! You won’t believe how tasty everything is; bring all your meat-eating friends for a f
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I've got a situation. As some of you public radio fans out there may know, Jefferson Public Radio has been holding it's Spring membership drive for the past week. It's that moment when the entire staff puts our lives on hold,  dedicating ourselves to reminding listeners that it's called 'listener supported public radio' fo
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Enterprise’s late decision to be the final team in the Shasta Lake Bass Easter Baseball Classic isn’t looking good after the first day.
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Throwing one no-hitter in a high school career is impressive enough. Garrett Greenhaw has now done it twice this season.
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The Foothill High boys track team took down Pleasant Valley 81-56 in a double dual meet on Thursday.
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Results of Shasta Lake’s special recall election of Dolores Lucero were certified Thursday without much change.
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Eleven of 12 Shasta County jurors believed that a 26-year-old Redding woman was guilty of first-degree murder in the 2010 death of a Sacramento man she had been dating.
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An 11-month-old boy was found dead off the side of Highway 299 on Thursday night after being abducted by his mother’s boyfriend, authorities said.
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Is Sen. Doug LaMalfa's two-year crusade against California's proposed high-speed rail line just a publicity stunt designed to get his name in the papers as he runs for Congress?
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Here we go again.
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I have a different perspective of the Enterprise Zone Program than that reflected in Sunday's editorial ("Enterprise zone: Let it grow, but don't hold breath").
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The body of a 62-year-old Renton, Wash., man was found Thursday morning behind a Hilltop Drive hotel in Redding.
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When Bridget Bailey snapped a photo of friend Teala Larson in Larson's Redding swimming pool, she wasn't considering the angle, exposure or composition.
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SACRAMENTO — A suspended Redding priest charged with seven felony counts of child molestation pleaded not guilty Thursday in Sacramento County Superior Court.
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In 1912: Owing to a slump in the lumber market and the light demand for that commodity, the Thatcher saw mill would make but a two-weeks' run that season. Forty acres were planted with alfalfa that spring on the Asbell ranch near Millville, and a pumping plant, consisting of a 5-horsepower motor and a 4-inch centrifugal
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Local businesses and ReddingHandmade are partnering for the Handmade Spring Dash.
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RED BLUFF — The Red Bluff Police Department is looking for 10 volunteers to perform duties typically done by nonsworn personnel, the first time the agency has launched such a program.
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A shotgun, rifle and other property were stolen last week from a Shasta Lake Animal Control vehicle parked at a Redding home, city officials said.
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Famous Dave's
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Chuck Marohn, the speaker at last night's "Curbside Chat," offers his: Redding is an interesting town. The furthest north I have been in California is San Francisco so this was all new landscape for me. It is very beautiful, with...
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The Riverside Press Enterprise, talking up a SoCal lawmaker's bill, says fines for making a California stop while turning right at a red light are too high, relative to those who just blow though an intersection. Traffic enforcement should focus...
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Local residents can show their support for Caldwell Park and raise critical funds by voting at www.SpriteSparkParks.com/raleys. The basketball court at Caldwell Park which sits adjacent to the skate park is well-used and worn. If Redding can bring home the prize, the court will be re-painted; backboards refurbished, an
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Results of Shasta Lake’s special recall election of Dolores Lucero were certified today without much change.
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We rented bikes one day and rode north of Amsterdam into the farmland. It's probably not a good idea to make a generalization on the basis of something happening twice, but here it is anyway: when the bike rental places see us coming, they give Gary one of Lance Armstrong's old bikes. Me, they give a bike
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A mistrial has been declared in the trial of a 26-year-old Redding woman accused of murder in the 2010 death of a Sacramento man she had been dating.
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It really started because of all the lumber activity on top of Hatchet Mountain in the 1880s. Lumber was in great demand and a way was needed to get it down to the valley. The first five-mile-section of a water-operated...
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Redding Police Chief Rob Paoletti tonight confirmed a missing 11-month-old boy was found dead off Highway 299.
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Two traffic wrecks this morning on Interstate 5 near Bridge Bay in Lakehead were slowing traffic for motorists on both sides of the freeway.
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Northern Gateway Chorus has some surprises to share! We've DOUBLED in size and MORE!
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Yesterday I linked to a lame video released by the Republican National Committee making a phony issue of the president and his speechwriters recycling words and phrases. 'Bush league," I called it. Make no mistake,Team Obama is playing hardball of...
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The April Fools Day image of this one looks attractive. And only $75 per sqft. “Nice little home, close to Girvan Park. Home features laminate fl
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Redding police were called to a Hilltop Drive hotel this morning after someone found a body in the bushes next to the building.
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It's going to be another cloudy, hailing, rainy, thundery day today in Redding. The National Weather Service warns of showers and thunderstorms today. Some of the storms could produce small hail. Winds could gust near 23 mph. It gets worse tonight with a 90 percent chance of rain, hail and thunderstorms, the weather serv
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Schools are already struggling with budget cutbacks as it is. Asking their boards and administrators to also take on a complex and politically charged study of district unification is a serious extra-credit assignment.
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Outsourcing the job to his wife isn't going to solve Mitt Romney's problem with women voters.
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With its showy chefs juggling kitchen utensils, staging crowd-pleasing pyrotechnic displays and playfully tossing food at patrons, downtown Redding’s popular Kobe Steak and Seafood teppanyaki restaurant appeals to the collective 14 year-old in us all.
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Kool April Nites, a celebration of all things automotive that marks its 23rd anniversary next week, has grown into more than just one of the top car shows on the West Coast.
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In sports photography, the images that linger are those that show emotion as well as action. They may highlight how an athlete flirts with danger or possesses seemingly super-human abilities, but they also help the viewer understand why those risks are taken and abilities developed. Oakland-based photographer Matt Cohen has
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• Get Some Tax Relief • Wine and Dine • Downtown and Wine – A Perfect Match • Wine and Brew Tour • Cinco de Mayo Twist • Learning Opportunity
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The next instinct I want to explore is the instinct to scorn. That is, to judge others as lesser than you, to be holier than thou.
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I would like to thank you for your great front-page article about the Eagle Scout project.
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Joan Manning, Shasta Lake
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Peter Alexander, Redding
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We all know that exercising will make us feel better overall.
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The fight against aging is nothing unique to our time. The average consumer is faced with a bewildering choice of products and is not equipped with the background to discern the snake oils from what is worth their dollar. Ideally, this is where dermatologists should position themselves: as an unbiased party and advocate to
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Did you know the law has changed on car and booster seats? Starting Jan. 1, children younger than 8 must be properly buckled into a car seat or booster seat in the back seat. The previous law required that children remain in a booster seat until age 6 or until they weighed 60 pounds.Booster seats
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Szechuan Stir Fry
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An estimated $1.5 million auto dealership remodel and a local firm expanding its operation helped spur building activity in Redding in March.
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WILLOWS —A Redding woman was sentenced to spend a year in the Glenn County Jail and ordered to register as a sex offender after pleading guilty in February to one felony count of arranging to have sex with an Orland High teenager.
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The Shasta High softball team fought off two rain delays to upend Chico 8-1 on Wednesday.
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The criminal case against a Mountain Gate man accused of hacking two people to death with a wood-splitting maul during a bloody rampage in February was put on hold Wednesday in Shasta County Superior Court.
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An aspiring veterinarian with a special love for canines, 13-year-old Morgan Sandhagen reinforced her passion through a summer camp that builds a relationship between youths and shelter dogs waiting for adoption.
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SHASTA LAKE — Directors with the Shasta Lake Fire Protection District will conduct a special meeting today to discuss an alternative to laying off a firefighter.
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The Shasta Highlanders are much more than just weekend warriors. They're a Redding rugby club about to kick off a playoff run for the first time in its history.
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It might be difficult to get your head around this idea about the suburbs.
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ANDERSON — West Valley track is flying high and off to a top-notch start.
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Veterans on Wednesday night honored three Shasta County sheriff's deputies who suffered injuries while serving in the line of duty or saved another person's life.
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In 1912: Jeff Crum, former constable of Coram, returned from a visit to his former home in Missouri. Crum was one of the old Democratic war horses and took great interest in things political.
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Some north state candidates are refusing to sign a Redding tea party group's pledge that says they must resign or agree to publicly disclose their transgressions if the tea party deems them to have violated the state or U.S. constitutions.
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Shasta County education officials unveiled the three new school districts that could result from 10 smaller districts that are exploring mergers during a trustees meeting Wednesday.
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Foreclosure activity in Shasta County extended its downward trend in March.
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SHASTA LAKE — Ousted councilwoman Dolores Lucero vowed Wednesday to continue fighting against alleged government corruption, though her one-time supporters haven't been seen at her side in recent months.
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The Shasta County Board of Education voted Wednesday to shutter Camp Latieze near Manton and hire a real estate agent to pursue selling or leasing the 125-acre property.
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Wildflower, a retail store in the Market Street Promenade in downtown Redding, has opened for business.
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Mock Chow Mein
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Black Bean Taco Casserole
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BIG Sandwich
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That was the pointed question an opponent of June's Shasta County Measure B asked me this morning. And it seemed more rhetorical than anything. However, this Santa Rosa Press-Democrat item reminds me that in some open-space-loving parts of California, they...
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So argues high-speed rail proponent and Democratic political operative Steve Maviglio, in this column. State Senator Doug LaMalfa, long known as a back bencher of what little there is left of the Senate Republican Caucus, has gotten headlines in the...
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WILLOWS — A Redding woman was sentenced to spend a year in the Glenn County Jail and ordered to register as a sex offender after pleading guilty in February to one felony count of arranging to have sex with an Orland High teenager.
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Sometimes I just don't know when to leave well enough alone. Take my pear dumplings, for example. Please. They were adaptations of a perfectly lovely Apple Dumpling recipe from a Napa cooking class I attended at Copia: American Center for Wine, Food and the Arts (surely a name chosen by committee - and, sadly, that place
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Senior Pictures is what we do. Well okay, we do lots of other types of photography, but our main focus is high school senior portraits. We love working with them, showing off their personalities and unique abilities. It's fun to shoot something different every day, keeps us creative and always photographing new things. What
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Thunderstorms have hit north Redding this afternoon, bringing lightning and marble-sized hail with them.
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Tomorrow's scheduled preliminary hearing for a California Highway Patrol officer charged with felony DUI stemming from a January four-car wreck while she was off duty was put off today in Shasta County Superior Court until May 10.
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Shasta Family Justice Center is hosting in June its first summer camp for children who have been affected by family violence.
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Is this the best they can do -- make an "issue" out of the unsurprising fact that the president and his speechwriters often recycle language? How bush league....
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Bank of America announced it is refining its short sale process to streamline its approval process and reduce the wait in accepting offers and making it to closing. The changes are expected to trim the bank’s decision time in half …
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Redding police arrested a man Tuesday night who deputies say led them on a 115-plus mph chase the night before in a stolen car from Anderson to Shingletown.
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The criminal case against a Mountain Gate man accused of hacking two people to death with a wood-splitting maul during a bloody rampage in February was put on hold today in Shasta County Superior Court .
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A former golf pro at Riverview Golf & Country Club in Redding remained this morning in Shasta County jail after he was sentenced Tuesday to six months in jail after pleading no contest in February to having sex with an underage girl.
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A Ferndale man was arrested in Red Bluff Tuesday after Tehama County sheriff's deputies pulled him over and allegedly found 40 marijuana plants and $8,000 in cash in his car.
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A school bus with children on board and another vehicle collided in Happy Valley this morning, but there were no reported injuries.
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State budget cuts have pushed the once affordable University of California's tuition to daunting levels for middle-class families, even as the university gives more slots to out-of-state or foreign students who pay even higher fees. The result? A painful student-loan...
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David Benda's story this a.m. about the new part-time executive director of the Shasta Builders' Exchange jogged a memory from back in '04. Hope Mr. Wright's more media savvy today. From the "Buzz on the Street" column Benda and I...
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A drunken 25-year-old driver of a black Toyota pickup rammed through a fence at a Redding paint shop, plowed into two parked vehicles and triggered a bogus report of a shooting early this morning, police say.
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There may be some thunder booming above Redding today. The National Weather Service says to expect showers and thunderstorms today, mainly after 11 a.m. Winds could gust as high as 18 mph. Up to an inch of rain my fall by Thursday morning. Showers are again in the forecast for Thursday, though the weather service says wi
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Begin the 11 Days of Roundup by participating in the Soroptimist International of Red Bluff 12th Annual Walk/Run event. The Walk/Run will be held Saturday April 14th with the start at 8 am.  The registration for all races begins at the Salmon Viewing plaza parking lot starting at 7:30 am at a cost of $25 [...]
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Do you enjoy the Sacramento River Trail, or use any of the trail extensions that connect to it? If so, Healthy Shasta would like to hear from you. Healthy Shasta, along with local partners, is conducting a survey of Sacramento River Trail users. The survey focuses on how people use the trail, where people access [...]
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Is modern suburban growth nothing but a Ponzi scheme? Does it merely provide the illusion of prosperity by extracting cash today while sticking the next generation with the bill?
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Random thoughts on the passing scene:
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I read the article about the school board member who is facing pot charges, Stephen Hagen. He was reportedly found with 500 pot plants, a three-room grown house and a number of guns.
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I don't like the effect of aging on my body, and I have to remind myself of the need to accept what is. That doesn't mean that I don't get myself medical care and also try to live a healthy lifestyle.
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Dexter Wright believes the Shasta Builders Exchange will have a constructive political voice under his leadership.
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Shasta County prosecutors are awaiting autopsy results before deciding whether to charge a man who threw a fatal blow during a fight last month at the Basshole Bar and Grill in Lakehead.
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SHASTA LAKE — Voters here have overwhelmingly said they don't want Councilwoman Dolores Lucero to stay in office, according to Tuesday night's unofficial election results.
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SHASTA LAKE — Voters here have overwhelmingly said they don't want Councilwoman Dolores Lucero to stay in office, according to Tuesday night's unofficial election results.
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Two years ago, Central Valley High baseball coach Bob Anderson finally got the spring break tournament he always wanted, with a non-interrupted 32-team classic.
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Lindsay Davis struck out 16 on the mound and hit a home run to lead the Foothill High softball team to a 9-0 win over Las Plumas in Oroville on Tuesday.
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In 1912: Shingletown women have taken to politics and all of them voted and helped to elect three female trustees.
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The Shasta County Committee on School District Organization will discuss the districts that said they're interested in exploring merging today.
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A Siskiyou County tribe has won approval to build a new casino in Yreka, which would be only the second casino along Interstate 5 between Sacramento and Oregon.
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The attempted-murder trial of a Cottonwood-area woman accused of nearly beating a 7-year-old boy to death in 2009 almost began without her Tuesday in Shasta County Superior Court.
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Three thieves stole two pounds of marijuana at gunpoint Monday night from a Happy Valley couple who had children inside their home. The thieves also shot the family dog, deputies say.
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A Medford, Ore., man was ordered Tuesday to stand trial on 10 felony counts of attempted murder and a slew of other charges in connection with an October shootout with officers following a vehicle pursuit.
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RED BLUFF — With a nod to Tehama County's branding campaign, a 17-foot-tall walk-through Lassen Peak made of plastic foam is under construction to lure California State Fair visitors north.
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The race for the Shasta Cascade League softball championship will most likely be determined in the next week when Mount Shasta, Modoc and Weed all play games against one other. The three teams are all tied for first place in the league standings at 2-0 and rank 1-2-3 in the Northern Section Division V softball rankings.
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On Twitter, Redding real estate agent Skip Murphy notes that Lucasfilm has, in the face of bitter opposition from neighbors, scrapped a plan to build a new studio in Marin County (as the Bee reports). Say, I know of town...
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The "BB Cream" is supreme. Originally designed to regenerate the skin of patients who underwent laser treatments, BB Cream has now morphed into an everyday beauty staple. Considered the Swiss-Army knife of the beauty industry, the BB cream is your all-in=one balm for flawless skin. BB stands for beauty balm or blemish balm
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Authorities say they are searching for a man who stole a white mid-1990s Lexus and led California Highway Patrol officers on a short chase that reached speeds of 100 mph Tuesday.
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As shocking as it may sound, sometimes it may in fact make sense to say no to a mortgage modification, even when your house in underwater. As you may have heard, some of the nation's biggest lenders will be offering loan modifications to their customers, and some of those deals will include reducing the amou
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SHASTA LAKE — Councilwoman Dolores Lucero's chances at keeping her seat aren't looking too good, according to tonight's ballot count.
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The run-up in gas prices took the month off.
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We've been renting the same apartment for several years now. It's in the Jordaan section, a formerly poor working-class neighborhood with a history of leftist politics that's now becoming increasingly trendy and upscale. The Anne Frank House is here and Rembrandt is buried here at Westerkerk.
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So Sam Aanestad says about "one of my opponents" in a new radio ad. He doesn't name names, though. Who's this? Jim Reed? Pete Stiglich?...
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A person running through the northbound lanes of Interstate 5 near Knighton Road this evening brought traffic on the freeway to a standstill, according to the California Highway Patrol.
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If it's anything like those in the average California schools, it is crowded, according to a new report from the liberal California Budget Project. To close budget gaps, schools often choose to reduce teaching staff because teacher salaries comprise the...
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My extreme mountain biking friends might dismiss this as too tame, but this 7-minute YouTube video, posted by "RideinRedding," of an April Fool's Day bike ride, on pavement, from the Sundial Bridge to the bakery in Old Shasta looks like...
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Is modern suburban growth nothing but a Ponzi scheme? Does it merely provide the illusion of prosperity by extracting cash today while sticking the next generation with the bill?
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Shasta County prosecutors are awaiting autopsy results before deciding whether to charge a man who threw a fatal blow during a fight last month at the Basshole Bar and Grill in Lakehead.
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A Siskiyou County tribe has won approval to build a new casino in Yreka, which would be only the second casino along Interstate 5 from Sacramento to Oregon.
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On 4/9/2012 at 2249 hours, the Shasta County Sheriffs Office received a report of a robbery which had just occurred in the 6000 block of Oak St Happy Valley. Investigation revealed that the victim Brad Wion’s dog was shot and a shot-gun was brandished at some of the homes occupants. The suspects fled in a [...]
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Shasta County sheriff’s deputies and California Highway Patrol officers Monday night chased three suspects in a stolen car from Anderson to Shingletown but were unable to find the driver.
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Redding community services officials say Caldwell Park is in the running for a $10,000 grant to spruce up its basketball courts.
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Authorities are looking for a stolen gun safe that had 28 firearms inside that was taken from a storage unit on Caterpillar Road.
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Reports are compiled by Western Outdoor News. Call 800-290-2929. BEST BITES SACRAMENTO RIVER, Redding — Anglers continued to catch a lot of trout in the section of river below Keswick through Redding city limits. Some are big fish, too, weighing up to 4 pounds. Heavy rains blew out much of the Sacramento River, but it rem
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It's ironic that the most aggressive defenders of the regulatory enshrinement of the large-lot single-family home claim that any changes to this status-quo are an assault on markets and consumer preferences. In fact, anti-density zoning laws represent the triumph of...
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The Red Bluff Garden Club invites you to join in the festivities of the 1950s. If you remember the 50s or not you will enjoy yourself. "Fun & Flowers from the 50s" is a standard flower show that you can enter or view to enjoy. This is the 51st annual Standard Flower Show, scheduled for May 4th and 5th, Friday and Saturd
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On Wednesday, April 18, Simpson University will welcome Ernest Wertheim, a 92-year-old Holocaust survivor, to speak about his life growing up in Germany as a Jew. The lecture will take place from 7 to 9 p.m. in the Heritage Student Life Center (gym) on the Simpson campus. Admission is free and open to the public.
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Extensive Project Seeks Donations
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Learn to manage your lymphedema effectively and independently.
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Two Young Adults Take Care of Grandfather
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"...On the 29th of February a large number of men, mostly miners, well-armed and equipped, commenced the expulsion of the Chinese from Horsetown, Middletown, Oregon Gulch and other places in the vicinity where they were at work, and marched about...
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We have more buyers than homes to sell. That’s evident in the inventory trend shown here, and we definitely feel it. Sales are up again this month. Not by a lot. Still, it’s a small trend. Our experience is that sales would be higher yet, but there’s just not much to sell lately. Here’s the chart:
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Two drivers were injured this morning in a car wreck near the Cinemark 14 theater in Redding.
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We don’t know if the Zebra Striped Rug was just staging, or if it will be there for the new owners of this foreclosure.
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A 58-year-old man stabbed his younger brother early this morning at a Shingletown mobile home park, detectives say.
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Three suspects stole two pounds of marijuana at gunpoint Monday night from a Happy Valley couple who had children inside their home. They also shot the family dog, deputies say.
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Shasta Lake voters have until 8 p.m. today to cast ballots in the first recall election in the city's 19-year history, as they decide whether Councilwoman Dolores Lucero should remain in office.
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JUNCTION CITY -- A Chico State University student and white water rafting guide risked his life Saturday attempting to rescue a city of Shasta Lake man believed to have drowned about 2 p.m. in the Trinity River.
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The rain falling before sunrise this morning in Redding should continue throughout the day. The National Weather Service says rain's likely, mainly after 11 a.m. Up to a half-inch may fall. The weather service says showers and thunderstorms are possible Wednesday, with up to an inch of rain falling. Rain and showers are i
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A plan at least four years down the road to widen to six lanes a segment of Interstate 5 through Redding and Anderson is open for public comment.
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For the past few months, in conservative Shasta County circles, skeptical activists have been casting a suspicious eye on a dull-as-dirt bureaucratic exercise known as the Northern Sacramento Valley Integrated Regional Water Management Plan.
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Do the Democrats who dominate the state Legislature side with a governor of their own party or do they go the way of their colleague Republicans, who fought with party mate Arnold Schwarzenegger most of the seven years he spent as governor?
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Our community has worked very hard with the U.S. Forest Service and the Fire Safe Council for the past five to 10-plus years to reduce fire dangers. We've conducted home and property inspections to let people know what a firebreak is all about. Many residents contributed to this project.
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Once again the long-awaited Costco move to Oasis Road is in the news. The move is only possible due to stimulus money that was made available to "upgrade" the Interstate 5/Oasis interchange. When I look at those recent upgrades, the phrase "putting lipstick on a pig" comes to mind.
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Linda Wickel, in her recent letter titled "No, Jesus would be a Republican," used indirect scriptural references to attack public social spending ("The Scriptures also say if you don't work, you don't eat") and defend individual financial liberty ("Jesus calls you to give [not be taxed] to the po
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Carpetbagger — one who takes up residence in order to seek advantages for himself.
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Commenter LNA draws my attention to its website in a commenter here. Carl Bott and Co. are scheduled to talk about the militia on their morning show Tuesday. Sounds like interesting radio....
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After numerous delays, a Cottonwood-area woman accused of beating a 7-year-old boy almost to death in 2009 will begin standing trial today in Shasta County Superior Court on criminal charges that could land her in prison for the rest of her life if she's convicted.
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Redding is in for a good soaking this week as a pair of storms move through the area starting today.
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SHASTA LAKE — A large swath of undeveloped, mostly flat land in the northeast corner of the city could someday host homes and businesses under a plan up for public comment Monday.
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In 1912: Easy victory was won at home for saloons. Redding became a wet city by nearly a three to one vote in an election. Kennett became wet by several hundred, Dunsmuir was wet by 115 and Red Bluff was dry. Red Bluff voted out the saloons by a majority of 75.
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The two challengers seeking to take Shasta County Supervisor Leonard Moty's elected job away from him certainly had a lot to say during a Monday debate before a crowd of about 120 voters.
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Shasta Builders Exchange board of directors announced it hired Dexter Wright to fill its executive director position, as of April 2.
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A California Highway Patrol officer charged with having a cache of illegal guns, explosives, drugs and stolen driver's licenses at his Anderson area home, pleaded not guilty Monday morning in Shasta County Superior Court.
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A Redding teen was sentenced Monday to eight years in prison after he pleaded no contest to lewd and lascivious conduct with a 9-year-old girl.
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The Foothill High softball team used a four-run sixth inning to top Pleasant Valley 4-0 on Monday.
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I believe that it is essential for artists to paint from life.  Art is an expression of an artist’s experience and observation of the subject.   This will not make sense if an artist has never painted from life.  When we observe the subject live, we see the air and light around the subject or in [...]
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In today’s diets, we get caught up in calorie counting and loose the fact that approximately 90% of the entire population is nutrient-deficient. It is estimated that at least 58% of the calories in the typical refined Western diet comes from ‘empty calorie’ foods (white flour products, refined oils, white sugar produc
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Officers have arrested three people and are still looking for a fourth that ran away following a vehicle chase from Anderson, through Palo Cedro and then east on Highway 44.
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Is former Redding Electric Utility Director Paul Hauser, now decamped to enjoy the freshest air in California while running the Trinity PUD, taking to conservative radio shows with Redding's Gary Cadd to denounce dam removal? No. While that Paul Hauser...
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SCENE! CUTLINES — April 10, 2010
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Three Redding bands with different musical styles have been gaining popularity in the past few months.
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Despite what my husband and children may tell you, I am not what you’d call hard to please. But I do have a love-hate relationship with one thing: My hair. I wish you could see it.
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For the past few months, in conservative Shasta County circles, skeptical activists have been casting a suspicious eye on a dull-as-dirt bureaucratic exercise known as the Northern Sacramento Valley Integrated Regional Water Management Plan.
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The West Valley High School girls 4X800-meter relay team set a school record Saturday while competing at the Stanford Invitational in Palo Alto.
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Voices of Faith — What symbols are specific to your faith? What is their significance?
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A Great Easter Sunday, originally uploaded by DonnyPauling. Spent the day shooting these…
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A 51-year-old Sacramento man shot himself in the hand Saturday while target shooting in Richfield in Tehama County
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For at least the past five years (as long as I've been paying attention to such things) the signs as you entered Redding via freeway or highway read: Redding (pop. 90 thousandsomething). The new signs, which I just noticed, read:...
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Creative Portraits is a family portrait photography studio in Redding, CA. We love to shoot lifestyle photos on location, a little freerer than your standard formal family pics :). We have tons of great photography locations for every style you could imagine.
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So we left early on the morning of March 21 and drove down Interstate 5 to Sausalito, which is just north of the Golden Gate Bridge. We have friends who are currently living on a trimaran anchored just offsho
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From the Shasta Courier newspaper of Feb. 19, 1898: "About half past Friday morning an alarm of fire was given, and before the people aroused, the whole town was lighted up by the burning of Chinatown. The fire was first...
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Yesterday was our neighbor Darrel Dearman's 70th birthday. His entire career centered around logging and wood. I always see him on the other side of our fence chopping wood for his woodstove. And that was the inspiration for his birthday...
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"A big difference - almost looks new." So said my 14-year-old daughter last Friday while inspecting the Sundial Bridge. Thanks to a long-needed cleanup campaign, organized by the McConnell Foundation, gone were the grime and spider webs that she found...
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Friday’s dinner was supposed to be special. But we didn’t know just how special it would be. Earlier, we learned French Chef Reynald Tel was no longer cooking at the By The Way, or Bourbon and Bull bar. Too bad. B
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A California Highway Patrol officer, charged with having a cache of illegal guns, explosives, drugs and stolen drivers' licenses at his Anderson area home, is scheduled to be arraigned this morning in Shasta County Superior Court.
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Brutalism, a style of mid-20th century architecture, has its fans (I'm one) but lots of folks think its boxy concrete functionalism is just plain ugly, certainly not worth preserving for posterity. There are those who'd like to see the Brutalist...
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A group of men dressed as women were reportedly causing a disturbance this morning at a home in the Mountain Gate area.
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A chance of showers today will turn into a good soaking later this week in Redding, which is forecast to have rain and showers through Friday. The National Weather Service says to expect a 20 percent chance of rain or showers today in Redding after 11 a.m. Only a trace amount will fall. The weather service says rain is l
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Writers Forum webmaster Alicia McCauley will present a brief explanation of the functions and features of the newly designed Writers Forum Web site. Then special media consultant Kate Bourland will educate our audience on the nuts and bolts of blogs and blogging. Writers Forum members will come away inspired by the many way
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The Redding Jazzercise Center will offer a free-for-all Jazzercise Open House 8:00 am – 12:00 noon, Saturday, April 14, 2012 at 2485 Athens Avenue, Cypress Square. “This event allows us to thank all the students who have made Jazzercise a success in Redding,” Molly Redmon, Redding area Jazzercise instructor, said. “
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The Tehama County supervisors last week approved $50,000 for a consultant's study of whether and where the county could build an inmate work farm for felons whose incarceration is the county's responsibility under the state's prison "realignment" law, which took effect last fall.
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Birds are among California's greatest natural treasures — right up there with our beaches, mountains and deserts. It's easy to overlook them — at times they seem to be everywhere — but sometimes they desperately need our help.by Dan Taylor
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Whenever someone suggests you live in a fantasy world, give them this quote from Johann von Goethe, who said, "Few people have the imagination for reality."
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According to the L A Times, Sen. Orrin Hatch (R-Utah) told GOP delegates Tuesday that he foresees President Obama's campaign using Mitt Romney's Mormon faith against him. Unfortunately, Democrats can't hire Karl Rove and will just have to use Mitt Romney against Mitt Romney.
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In 1912: Two people from San Francisco were in Redding in the interest of the Dynamite Powder Co. and would give exhibitions on the practicability of farming with dynamite. The first demonstration was to take place on the Clark ranch 3 ½ half miles south of Redding on the Anderson Road.
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Daisy Bell Shoup, 88, awoke alone Easter morning, but her tiny one-bedroom farmhouse south of Anderson soon would be bustling with activity inside and out.
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RED BLUFF — For Jared Ferguson of Cottonwood, the allure of competitive calf roping is the challenge.
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The search for a Shasta Lake man who went missing after his car crashed into the Trinity River on Saturday continued Sunday, according to the California Highway Patrol.
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Today I saw Styx guitarist, Tommy Shaw, on the television. Wailing a wicked solo on Fooling Yourself (Angry Young Man)? Heck no! As a guest judge on Cupcake Wars! Why was I watching Cup Cake Wars? Never mind that, I may of been watching, but at least I wasn’t freakin’ on it. But Tommy Shaw […]
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One person died today in a vehicle rollover on Highway 299 just past the Lassen County line, according to the California Highway Patrol.
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Our congressional race has a few people --- primarily the farmer's rivals --- talking about federal ag subsidies. This Bloomberg story nicely illustrates how Doug LaMalfa is hardly the only Republican whose business is heavily subsidized by FDR's programs. Indeed,...
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Lis pendens foreclosures are properties which have a pending suit against them due to the failure on the part of the home owners in paying their mortgage payments to their concerned lenders. A viable property for prospective homebuyers and real …
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Happy Easter! This one seems attractively priced. We expect it will generate a lot of interest.
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Redding will see at least one more day of sun though an approaching cold front will likely bring rain to the area moving into the week.
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Wendell Cox writes in the WSJ that SB 375 -- the law that enshrined California's drive toward "climate-friendly" urban growth -- will only push already high real estate prices higher and drive away families while pushing new development away from...
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Whatever their faults, the local candidates who come in for endorsement interviews each election year tend to be relatively unscripted and mostly candid.
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Should the Shasta Metro Enterprise Zone expand to embrace eastern Shasta County? Absolutely. Should residents of that scenic but struggling rural area expect great changes because of it? Sadly, no.
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The other day I was waiting behind a red truck at an intersection that has those cameras that snap your picture and video you if you run a red light.
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Per Sam Aanestad's March 29 attack on the Affordable Care Act, I am simply amazed at the callousness and ignorance of some of his remarks.
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Once again the long-awaited Costco move to Oasis Road is in the news. The move is only possible due to stimulus money that was made available to "upgrade" the Interstate 5/Oasis interchange.
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The Record Searchlight article Tuesday describing Doug LaMalfa's justification for his family's acceptance of $4.7 million in federal subsidies between 1995 and 2010 is just one more example of the Republican Party's approach to reducing spending and balancing the federal budget. Spending is OK if it benefits th
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With all of the negative press these days about law enforcement and in particular the California Highway Patrol, I thought I would share a positive experience I had as a "citizen in need of assistance."
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Hello, Redding. Love your town: mighty Sacramento running through the middle, glorious Trinity Alps beckon to the west, the magnificent Shasta dominating the north, while old man Lassen nods to the east. Some of our favorite restaurants are there and in the winter, coming from Reno, the weather is like going to a foreign la
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In response to the letter from Carol Waugh, I want to shout, "Amen, Sister!" You were right on target in your article about the disrespect shown the president. I, too, have always voted for the person, not the party. I have not always liked the choice that the voters made, but I always hoped that I was wrong and the
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While the well-funded lobbying efforts of the Karuk Indian tribe and others continue to perpetrate falsehoods concerning recreational mining in the streams of California, I have to ask a basic question: Why do they expend that kind of money an
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It is increasingly obvious that President Obama's supreme egotism is in tenuous contact with reality. He has manifested the narcissistic persona repeatedly: When he declares that something must be, it will be.
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Robert Bliss, Redding
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What are Strong Towns and the Curbside Chat all about? Despite the incredible productivity and gains of the past 50 years, many of our communities are broke. We cannot afford the infrastructure we have created. Strong Towns describes this national predicament as a Ponzi scheme.
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Scott and Thelma Dowell of McCloud celebrated their 78th wedding anniversary on March 6, 2012, with their daughter and son-in-law Naomi and Tom Chamberlain of Anderson and their good friend Raedean Young of McCloud. The Dowells were married in Chillicothe, Mo., on March 6, 1934, on her 19th birthday. She celebrated her 97t
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"Escape from Paris" by Carolyn Hart focuses on two American sisters caught in France at the beginning of World War II. Instead of escaping the German occupation, they chose to stay in Paris, where they became embroiled in rescuing downed Allied fliers, transporting them and sending them to safety.
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I have a lengthy list of things I should do but don't get around to, such as cleaning out the garage. A little monetary persuasion pushes me to action. With the approach of Earth Day (April 22) and the fact that I really need to get on with reducing, reusing and recycling, I've found some technical solutions for going green
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Dear Straight Talk: I am 22 and getting married next month. We are planning something special in the backyard of a friend's house with our families and friends. My father has written a check to cover most of the food. The problem is my parents are divorced and my father cannot stand being around my mother. He says if my mot
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As the college admissions trickle in, the question "what will happen next?" enters the minds of many students. For both the college-bound and those pursuing other career avenues, the Redding Library offers career development resources, study aids, college entrance practice tests and much more.
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Brandi Bays-Daniels and Heath Williamson are engaged to be married May 12, 2012, at the Big Red Barn in Anderson. The bride-elect is the daughter of Nate and Dena Daniels; and Toni and Dwaine Melton. She is a 2002 graduate of Enterprise High School, and has worked at Mercy Medical Center for five years. Her fiance is the
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My husband, Travis, and I had been meaning to have several people over for dinner for months, but our calendar kept getting in the way. We happened upon a free evening and decided to make it one big dinner party instead of several smaller ones. Some of our guests already knew one another, some were new, but it was a good gr
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In 1912: The Shasta County Farmers' Protection Association and the general manager of the Selby Smelting Co. met to discuss whether the Balaklala smelter at Coram would reopen. Early indications from the talks showed that it was unlikely to reopen.
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I meet with a small group of friends every Thursday at Tapas in our attempt to solve all the worlds' problems.
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Courtesy of Mercy Medical Center, Redding
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When Christian Jordan's grandmother took him and Evan York to the store to buy some high heels Friday, the pair didn't realize they'd be wearing the shoes.
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Redding police are looking for one of two men in a stabbing that occurred at a party early Saturday morning on 10th Street.
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SHASTA LAKE — In the first recall election in the city's 19-year history, voters here Tuesday will decide whether Councilwoman Dolores Lucero should remain in office.
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ANDERSON — Children and adults alike had a chance to get close to some north state wildlife Saturday at the Shasta Wildlife Rescue's open house.
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Beach Body Conditioning: Get a jump-start on exercise and conditioning to get ready for the summer season. Held Wednesdays for six weeks from April 11-May 16, 5:30-7 p.m. Cost is $40 at the Community Center.
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With a price tag of $1.07 billion, raising Shasta Dam would be one of the north state's largest public works projects in decades.
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Shasta County concealed-weapons permit applicants lined up in droves last month, leading to the busiest month on record for those applying to discreetly carry firearms.
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The West Valley High School girls track and field team finished fifth in the 4x800-meter relay at the Stanford Invitational Saturday.
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There was a firefight for first place in the California Pacific Conference.
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You probably don't think of Redding as a cycling town. But, then, you probably haven't met Heather Phillips.
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Dear Babe: I have a copy of the first issue of Sports Illustrated magazine, Aug. 16, 1954, in the mailing envelope with the uncut sheet of baseball cards inside.— Steve Dooley, Las VegasDear Babe: I have the very first Sports Illustrated, Vol. No. 1, from 1954 in mint condition.— Barbara Fernandez, Fortine, Mo
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Q: I am a golf course superintendent on a municipal course within the city of Pacific Grove. The front nine of our course is within the neighborhoods of the city, but the back nine is within sand dunes along the Pacific Ocean and the Monterey Bay. On the back nine we have a fresh water pond, and this year we have been inund
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Safe Haven Horse Rescue will hold its Spring Playday starting at 9 a.m. April 14 at the Cottonwood Creek Equestrian Center, 18550 Evergreen Road, Cottonwood.
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A Shasta Lake man is believed to be missing in the Trinity River after his car went out of control on Highway 299 in Trinity County and landed in the river Saturday afternoon.
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I think Judy Collins did the best version of this song, but Etta really delivers.Happy Easter (or Passover) to y'all.
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The photo is May Southern, the daughter of Simeon Southern, a famous Shasta County pioneer. Sim and his bride moved from French Gulch to the Hazel Creek area in the Sacramento River Canyon where Sim built a log cabin that...
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We are Creative Portraits, a senior picture photographer located in Redding, CA. On location or in our studio, your type of photo session is your choice! Give us a call today to discuss options for your senior portraits! 223.5456
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An allegedly drunken driver going almost twice the speed limit crashed through a concrete wall, sheared a tree and then crashed into two parked cars overnight, authorities said.
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Redding Police say they're looking for one of two suspects in an overnight stabbing at a party on 10th street.
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Here’s another Happy Valley home on a few acres. This one has a nice new deck.
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Today will be sunny and warm, as temperatures reach 66 during the day and dip to 4 at night.
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This week In a North State Garden has the pleasure of interviewing Scott Huber, Education and Research Coordinator of the Big Chico Creek Ecological Reserves located near Forest Ranch about the reserve's spring hike series which really brings this large expanse of beautiful natural land to life for the public visitor. Many
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I'm a little concerned about the photo editing at the local newsrag. This is actually in the online edition this morning.
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Just 20 days ago, we offered a bill of particulars explaining why Shasta Lake City Councilwoman Dolores Lucero had earned the recall vote that is coming her way Tuesday. It was merely a brief sampling of her antics over two-plus years on the council.
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Glad to see someone — even if it had to be some architects in San Francisco — nominate Redding's 110-year-old Lorenz Hotel for the National Register of Historic Places. The stately four-story brick and sandstone Beaux-Arts and Italian Renaissance edifice is at least as worthy of that designation as the Frisb
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Jesus called for unity. Public policy should benefit all of us.
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Reading Silas Lyons' proud comments about his young son's baseball accomplishments (column, Sunday), I was reminded of my own chagrin as a youngster who played ball games beginning in first-grade sandlot.
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In response to Tim Duffy's comment about Christ being a liberal, I must say just the opposite.
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Anderson's depth became problematic at the end of the 11th annual Shasta Lake Bass Easter Baseball Classic.
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One of California's best prep wrestlers finally decided on his future — for now.
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The phrases "blue-chip recruit" and "Simpson University" aren't exactly synonymous.
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Everyone needs a second chance.
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The Shasta College baseball team lost a pair of crucial Golden Valley Conference games, in a doubleheader against Feather River on the road in Quincy on Friday, 14-2 and 6-2.
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Spring break can mean traveling for a service project in another country, going on a vacation, or simply a few days off from school.
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A 25-year-old man and a 19-year-old woman were arrested early Friday morning after Redding police officers found them using a rental truck that U-Haul reported was overdue from a previous rental.
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In 1912:The preparation of birthday dinners in the home of Mark Nedrow, who lives at Shingletown, was very much simplified for three of the birthdays of his seven living children. Of the 12 born to Mr. and Mrs. Nedrow, three of them fall on the same day of the month.
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Two teenagers who have been awaiting sentencing for more than a year after pleading guilty to voluntary manslaughter for their roles in the death of a homeless man appeared Friday in Shasta County Superior Court only two days after a jury found their former co-defendant guilty of first-degree murder for the same crime.
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Bob Warren, longtime general manager of Shasta Cascade Wonderland Association who saw to the integration of Redding's tourism efforts under the nonprofit, will retire June 29.
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Joshua Kelly of Redding (center) and other members of Our Lady of Mercy Catholic Church in Redding carry a wooden cross across the Cypress Avenue Bridge as part of a Good Friday procession.
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California's first wild wolf in nearly a century has returned to the state after spending about a month in Oregon.
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A 17-year-old Redding boy who's scheduled to begin standing trial on Tuesday for allegedly molesting a 9-year-old girl may take a plea bargain Monday.
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Tickets are on sale for the Kool April Nites Show and Shine Mixer from 5:30 to 7:30 p.m. April 19 at Crown Motors, 555 Cypress Ave., Redding.
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For those who celebrate Passover or Easter, this is a special weekend. Passover begins Sundown tonight and lasts through April 13, and Easter is Sunday. I usually bake my favorite sour cream coffee cake for Easter, but I hate to be so predictable. Besides, I have some rugelach dough in the freezer. This recipe comes [...]
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A man was arrested in Shasta Lake after threatening suicide and then reaching for a revolver Friday, authorities said.
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One of California’s best prep wrestlers finally decided on his future – for now.
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We left Amsterdam at 10 am yesterday morning and arrived in San Francisco at 11:50 am - one of those wonders of time travel I can't explain. We got to Redding about 6 PM last night.I'm having one of the worst jet lags ever so I am trying to not have to make any important decisions. Sleep was fitful and spare las
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Our second guesser "5275" won the contest! Our historical lady is May Southern, the first president of the Shasta Historical Society and the daughter of one of Shasta County's early pioneers. Thank you everyone for playing, and an especially big...
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Emergency personnel took a woman to Mercy Medical Center after she suffered injuries in a quad runner roll over in Platina, dispatchers said.
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Two teens died in a wreck near Mt. Shasta around noon today, according to the California Highway Patrol.
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So argues the owner of Moores' Flour Mill, who plans to grow organic corn on his Churn Creek Bottom acreage. From a flyer available at the Shasta Street store: "A message to all the good patrons of Moores' Flour Mill:...
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SACRAMENTO - Two Florida residents have pleaded guilty to growing nearly 1,000 marijuana plants in an Anderson warehouse, a spokeswoman for the U.S. attorney's office announced today.
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OK, this gag (literally) was stolen from an episode of The Firesign Theatre’s “Dear Friends” radio program wherein a Dial-A-Joke hotline was utilized… I’m guessing Phil Proctor unearthed the joke but, who knows? Anyway, it struck me funny (ow!) and I had to commit it to pixels.Filed under: Thoughts & Musings T
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I love me some big trees. I understand why folks over in Humboldt County are going to the mat over Richardson Grove. I cannot understand why California has written laws so zealously protective of the environment that we get court...
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Simply reducing lingering time in the shower by a few minutes can save hundreds of gallons of hot water per month for a family of four. Showers account for approximately two-thirds of your water heating costs. Cutting your shower time in half can reduce your water heating costs by 33 percent. Source: California Energy Commi
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Today is Merle Haggard's 75th birthday.
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Our ad on Free Fire Radio http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pniWqVtXQwU&feature=relmfu
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Watch our office’s ad on KCNR 1460am!
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An AP story on the latest Census data related to where the America population is growing finds that the "exurbs" are growing at a historically slow rate: The result: The annual rate of growth in American cities and surrounding urban...
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What is more perfect that a sweet newborn baby. I'm a sucker for babies and I love photographing them. They are just so perfectly sweet. Here is a newbron 8 days old that we photographed this week at our studio here in Redding, CA.
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ScienceDaily picks up a report on how Burmese pythons are threatening birds in the Everglades: Smithsonian scientists and their colleagues have uncovered a new threat posed by invasive Burmese pythons in Florida and the Everglades: The snakes are not only...
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California poppy (Eschscholzia californica) brightens the north state with its cheery orange flowers in spring. It's the official state flower.
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It's no longer has the thrifty, practical emphasis of bygone years, but home sewing is going strong. It's being embraced as a creative outlet.
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I was given a beautiful potted Easter lily. Will it survive if I plant it in my yard here in Redding?
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We recently painted our countertops using a product that lends a granite look for less than $70.
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A 25-year-old man and a 19-year-old woman were arrested early this morning, after Redding police officers found them using a rental truck and vehicle that U-Haul reported were overdue from a previous rental.
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Security personnel on board this vessel deal with a couple of Somalian pirate boat that attempt to board them on the open sea. I don’t think that turning the the tiny skiffs into Swiss cheese qualifies as a “warning shot”. I think the reason the Somalians were unsuccessful was due to the fact that [...]
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Who is this important and pretty pioneer lady? Welcome to the History Mystery Photo Contest! Today is the first Friday of the month meaning the winner's prize is $25 for today's contest. Today's prize is from Jack's Grill on California...
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Conman Road? Sounds legit. First of all, it isn’t in Anderson. It’s located in the unincorporated region of Shasta County known as Happy Valley. We kn
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Possess a problematic pooch? Jackson Ranch for Dogs offers canine training and boarding. Mark and Carla Jackson of Jackson Ranch
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Police are reporting a pick-up truck overturned this morning in the area of Highway 44 and Silver Bridge Road.
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Expect a sunny, seasonably mild afternoon and a partly cloudy and cool night. The National Weather Service says today’s high temperature could climb to 62 degrees and drop to 36 degrees in the evening. The sunshine continues into Saturday with a temperatures ranging in the 60s, then dipping to 44 degrees at night. Rain i
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At least once a day I'll catch myself and my wife standing at our kitchen window that looks out into our backyard, just staring silently. There is no set time for how long this will go on before something is said, but usually at least a few minutes. Eventually one of us will mutter "I [...]
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It's a running theme among conservatives that runaway government agencies itching to regulate everything under the sun are stifling business and even life itself.
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"I'm confident that the Supreme Court will not take what would be an unprecedented, extraordinary step of overturning a law that was passed by a strong majority of a democratically elected Congress." — Barack Obama, on the constitutional challenge to his health care law, April 2
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Recently I met a 100 percent disabled veteran who had purchased his first home with a VA loan. His home payment, car payment and other expenses deplete his small veteran's check. His furniture consisted of a mattress on the floor, a lawn chair, a TV on the floor not in use due to the cost of cable, a bookcase, and a kit
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Ever since I moved to Redding five years ago, I've wondered how the University of California hasn't discovered Redding yet. Of the more recent campuses built by UC and California State University (Merced, Stanislaus, Monterey Bay) none seems to have nearly as many advantages as Redding does.
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Things are looking up for Anderson baseball.
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The second half of the spring sports season begins Monday, meaning teams are going to be cramming games in as often as they can as the weather improves.
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The Enterprise High baseball team fell to Sierra Canyon of Chatsworth 9-1 in the Lions Tournament championship game in San Diego on Thursday.
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High school students around the north state can expect changes in curriculums next year, and already some middle schools have modified their programs to increase the number of students who are prepared for any higher-education institution.
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SHASTA LAKE — Councilwoman Dolores Lucero isn't giving up on her fight to overturn the city's recent electric rate increase, she said Thursday at Clair Engle Park.
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A north state veterans advocate is trying to enlist the help of the chairwoman of the U.S. Senate's veterans affairs committee to permanently block any future effort that would change the way hundreds of area veterans suffering from post-traumatic stress disorder are treated at the Redding VA outpatient clinic.
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In 1912: Lulu White, Shasta County superintendent of schools, purchased an American Cub she drove back to the county from San Francisco. She said she intended to give the citizens of the county a better superintendence of the schools than it was possible to render in the past now that she could drive to campuses.
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Job seekers talk with some 40 employers and 10 service organizations Thursday during Job Fair 2012 organized on by Shasta College at the Redding Veterans Hall in Redding.
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The long-delayed trial of a Cottonwood-area woman accused of beating a 7-year-old boy almost to death in 2009 got the yellow light Thursday in Shasta County Superior Court.
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A 21-year-old man was arrested Wednesday night, after Red Bluff police say he and two other men tried to rob a customer at a U.S. Bank ATM.
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A Shasta County jury has convicted a Redding man of attempted robbery, assault and other charges in connection with the failed heist of medical marijuana from a Shasta Lake man.
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A transient jumped a guardrail on the Cypress Avenue Bridge on Thursday afternoon, ran into a Redding Area Bus Authority bus, then picked himself up and ran in front of a van that also hit him, Redding police said.
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On April 5, 2012 at about 3:48 PM, officers from the Redding Police Department responded to vehicle vs. pedestrian traffic collision on the east bound lanes of the Cypress Street Bridge at the Sacramento River. Investigation revealed that Jamal Essayah, a 24 year old transient of the Redding area was hit by two vehicles whi
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One of the artists big with us kids back in the 60s was the infamous Ed “Big Daddy” Roth. His “monsters” and Kar Kulture designs were taped all over my bedroom in those days. I spent many an hour devising my own “monsters” while blasting KRLA Top-40 on the ol’ jukebox in my room. Filed […]
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Soroptimist Sierra Nevada Region will give the Soroptimist Ruby Award for Women Helping Women to Angela McClure, of Redding, on April 29 in Reno.
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George Cline was the mail carrier between Burgettville -- now Glenburn -- and Shasta. It was a long and lonely ride for George and sometimes very dangerous, because he rode horseback alone without any protection. Friends and relatives prodded him to carry a pistol, but he never heeded their advice.
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He's the new president of the Local Agency Formation Commission board, he announces. For his sake, I hope it's not his 2012 peak....
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What are Strong Towns and the Curbside Chat all about? Despite the incredible productivity and gains of the past 50 years, many of our communities are broke. We cannot afford the infrastructure we have created. Strong Towns describes this national predicament as a Ponzi scheme.
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Robert Bliss, Redding
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Faylon Brunemeier, Redding
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by John F. Swaim
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EZ Summer Gazpacho
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The Redding woman -- some eight months pregnant when she was in a serious I-5 auto accident that left her partially paralyzed and the baby (blessedly) safely delivered by C-Section --- is not named in this New York Times Op-Ed...
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A man was hit by a Redding Area Bus Authority bus this afternoon on the Cypress Avenue Bridge, dispatchers said.
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Coming on the market soon... Enjoy living in one of Redding's sought-after gated adult communities, The Vineyard!  Located on Bountiful Path, this home features: 2 bedrooms | 2 bathrooms | Den | Kitchen with informal dining area | Walk-in pantry | Nice back patio | Indoor Lau
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Deputies with the Tehama County Sheriff's Office said they arrested a man on suspicion of trying to steal a pick up truck after a man stopped and held the alleged thief at gunpoint overnight.
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Click through this link and check it out at the liberal Center for Budget and Policy Priorities. The short version: Income taxes for the median American family are well below their historic average, which is CBPP's takeaway, and I at...
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We've constructed our governing and budget system out of laws and initiatives and constitutional amendments that polled well. Whether the thing will actually work is a secondary consideration - if it is a consideration at all. So writes Joe Matthews....
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When moderate-minded Republicans like Abel Maldonado and Arnold Schwarzenegger were pressing for Proposition 14, the ballot measure that created our new open primary system, the heart of their argument was that opening primaries to independent voters would help ease the...
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Just because a soft-headed mope of a newspaper hack like me can't firmly grasp something doesn't make it true. Man, though, the distinctions drawn by the federal biological team that recently decided that the Klamath-Trinity chinook's spring and fall runs...
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Firefighters have been dispatched to a fire at a Happy Valley home.
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Faithful reader Larry Snell told me the following story yesterday. It's a story he heard from family friend and Shasta County pioneer Leo Cunningham, and one I've never heard before. Thought you'd enjoy it, especially the women. According to Leo,...
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Half of all Europeans, for example, have never attended a religious service. So reports Joel Kotkin in a thought-provoking essay about how religion -- and its decline, in some places -- shapes our society and our economy. (UPDATE: Link fixed....
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George Will wrestles with the genuinely difficult questions. The costs -- human, financial and social -- of combating (most) drugs are prompting calls for decriminalization or legalization. America should, however, learn from the psychoactive drug used by a majority of...
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Redding firefighters responded to fire calls at a propeller shop about 2.5 miles north of Redding Municipal Airport.
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I had to post this.
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Ok now that I have found what I want for Christmas I just need to find out if the company that manufactures these flying cars accepts trades. I might also see if Obama would be interested in a 2.0 version of Cash for Clunkers that involves turning your old car in for credit towards a new flying [...]
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Wow look another great product from Google that integrates all of you devices and media with social networking. It allows you to interact with with the world around you on a whole different level. It also knows where you live, what you eat, what you like, who your friends are, what music you like, [...]
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This is 4000 feet up! Situated in the Hunan Province, Its highest peak is around 5,000ft above sea level and it is home to a wealth of rare species of plants A four-mile-long cable car was constructed in the park, which is said to be the longest of the same type in the world. And no matter how [...]
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A 21-year-old man was arrested Wednesday night, after Red Bluff police say he and two other men tried to rob a customer at a U.S. Bank ATM.
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We are currently down to 102 bank or government owned homes listed for sale. The lowest number in recent memory. Just about every offer we have helped with lately has had multiple bids. Just so you know.
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Get ready for sunshine from here on out to Easter. The National Weather Service says today will be mostly sunny but a bit on the cool side. The high temperature could climb to 57 degrees then dip to 37 degrees in the night. The sunny skies continue Friday with temperature highs hovering in the 60s. At night, it will be par
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It was Amico del Signore who first tried the taco truck on Westside Road, and reported with huge enthusiasm how fabulous the food was. When he first stopped by, a fellow diner waiting hungrily in line told him, "It's the sauce. The sauces are way better than anywhere else. The enchilada sauce -" His voice [...]
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Albert Sanchez was just 18 years old, barely an adult in the eyes of the law, when he and two younger teenage friends decided on a spring day three years ago to rough up a bum in one of the transient camps in the woods off Lake Boulevard.
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Earlier this week, I chided President Obama for his remarks on the Supreme Court and the role of "unelected" judges. The president, wisely, has since chosen to clarify his statement and express his (correct) view that courts should be hesitant to overturn acts of Congress in a much more appropriate way.
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If you’re a senior, know a senior or want to get to know a senior, drop in for a weekday lunch at the Shasta Senior Nutrition Program facility in east Redding. There, you’ll find nutritious and tasty food, unbeatable prices, plus fun and fellowship.
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“Five Women Wearing the Same Dress” is irreverent, real, raunchy, funny, and a rather remarkable piece of community theater.
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Artist Jim Vetter has lived all over Northern California including San Jose, Sacramento, and Arcata. Jim lived in Redding for about 10 years, graduated high school and attended Shasta College. Skateboarding and poetry were instrumental in shaping his highschool years and The Shasta College art program is where he developed
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Working at a lumber company was nice, but Sheri Meyer often found herself daydreaming of running a coffee shop. The sounds, smells and technical aspects of running an espresso machine appealed to her, as did the idea of interacting with customers. Then there was the idea of being her own boss.
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I read Marc Beauchamp's Saturday column about Trish Clarke with interest. I have always had a lot of respect for Clarke and her work in Shasta County, but I want to correct one misperception. She told Marc Beauchamp, "I don't see any elected officials involved with the drug or anti-gang task forces."
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U.S. Sen. Dianne Feinstein put California's Legislature on notice that if it did nothing to curb abusive lawsuits revolving around the Americans for Disability Act, she would sponsor federal legislation. Feinstein put a finger on a problem that demoralizes small businesses.
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In baseball, risk-taking creates pride and earns wins, while being passive spurs regret.
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The prep volleyball, football and cross-country divisions took on a new look for the 2012-13 school year when the Northern Section released enrollment figures from the 2011 California Basic Educational Data System (CBEDS) on Wednesday.
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The Foothill High baseball team beat Liberty of Bakersfield 4-2 on Wednesday to complete the Fresno Easter Classic undefeated.
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Federal officials have decided not to list Chinook salmon in the upper Trinity and Klamath rivers as threatened or endangered species.
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City attorneys have filed a lawsuit against a medical marijuana dispensary that reopened its doors a week after a Shasta County Superior Court judge denied Redding's request for a preliminary injunction to order storefronts to close.
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It took almost three years for the case to go to trial, but it took only about three hours of deliberations for a Shasta County jury to convict a 21-year-old Redding man of murder in connection with the 2009 beating death of a homeless man.
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One of two Weaverville men arrested last week on suspicion of operating a large indoor commercial marijuana growing operation is a Trinity Alps Unified School District board member.
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Jacelyn Parratt, 11, of Redding, practices her softball pitching Wednesday off the field at Big League Dreams in Redding while the Shasta Lake Bass Easter Classic baseball tournament takes place on the field.
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Red Bluff police are searching for two men who robbed a jewelry story at gunpoint Wednesday morning and their getaway driver.
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A Redding man with a history of running away from law enforcement was sentenced to 10 years in prison Wednesday, prosecutors with the Shasta County district attorney's office said.
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Come Saturday, Redding's Market Street Promenade will be cluttered with men stumbling, staggering, slipping and sauntering in high heels to raise money for the Shasta Women's Refuge.
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In 1912: Anderson was boosting for a public park on Southern Pacific land to extend two blocks along the railway, or 1,200 feet, the width to be 4 feet. Residents planned to put on shows and gather donations to raise the funds to put the land in condition.
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The Shasta Family Justice Center will hold its second Sock Hop and Ice Cream Social on April 16 at the Redding Civic Auditorium from 5 to 9 p.m.
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RED BLUFF — Starting in June, low-income residents will be able to use their food benefits to buy fresh produce at the town's two certified farmers markets.
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The Redding Macintosh Users Group offers weekly beginner and advanced classes in Macintosh programs at the Frontier Senior Center, 2081 Frontier Trail, Anderson. Donations from attendees pay for use of the room.
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As we age, our skin becomes more fragile. It is not uncommon to have thin skin that tears easily.
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April is Child Abuse Prevention Month, a time for families and communities to come together to prevent the maltreatment of children. In 2010, national statistics show an estimated 695,000 children were victims of abuse; 1,560 children died as a result of abuse or neglect.
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This week's exercise, the Barbell Military Press, will improve your strength while lifting objects overhead.
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Get facts about vaccinations
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Question: How can I rid my yard of the stinkhorn fungus?
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Earlier this week, I chided President Obama for his remarks on the Supreme Court and the role of "unelected" judges. The president, wisely, has since chosen to clarify his statement and express his (correct) view that courts should be hesitant to overturn acts of Congress in a much more appropriate way.
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Albert Sanchez was just 18 years old, barely an adult in the eyes of the law, when he and two younger teenage friends decided on a spring day three years ago to rough up a bum in one of the transient camps in the woods off Lake Boulevard.
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A man was sentenced to four years in state prison for choking his girlfriend after he pleaded guilty to felony domestic battery with injury.
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A Redding man with a history of running away from law enforcement was sentenced today to 10 years in prison, prosecutors with the Shasta County district attorney's office said.
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Are Californians begging the state to save them from their own sugar-jonesing appetites? That's how I read the Field Poll's results....
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Get in the Scene!
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California Crab Dip
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This home seems to offer a lot for the money. A rural area not far from town and Lake Keswick.
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A single lane of southbound Interstate 5 near Deschutes Road in Anderson was blocked for nearly an hour this morning after a car flipped onto its roof, sending a boy to the hospital with minor injuries.
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ScienceDaily has a fascinating rundown of a UC Berkeley study on how the West could most effectively -- and cost-effectively -- cut the CO2 emissions of its power grid. The least expensive way for the Western U.S. to reduce greenhouse...
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Red Bluff police are searching for three men involved in an armed robbery at a jewelry story this morning.
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One of two Weaverville men arrested last week on suspicion of operating a large, indoor commercial marijuana growing operations is a board member of the Trinity Alps Unified School District.
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This guy is so nuts how does he do it?!
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Friday is the first Friday of the month making it the BIG $25 gift certificate day. And the prize is a $25 gift certificate from world famous Jack's Grill on California Street (thank you Jack's Grill!). I have the mystery...
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OK, ready? The first image is a PENCIL… the second image is a VEIN… so, Pencil + Vein + Jah = Pencil-vein-jah. It’s where Philadorphia is… you know, the home of Jeezcakes and the Doomstown Stealers… come on, throw me a bone here…Filed under: Thoughts & Musings
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This video has everything and then some.
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This non-story and the global nerve it apparently touched, including a panel of women overnight on BBC radio, is one reason why Britain's Daily Mail is reputedly the world's most popular "news" web site....
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It appears that Johnathan Frakes like to lean a lot. Perhaps he should get that checked out.*Note* You must click on the picture to view it as a gif and get the full effect of the Riker Lean.
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I am going to venture a guess and say that these trucks and trailers were unloaded. This footage was taken from the tornadoes that hit Dallas yesterday and destroyed equipment at the Schneider Transportation yard.
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I never get tired of Fly By videos.
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Don’t put the umbrella away yet. Gray skies continue today. The National Weather Service says there is a 30 percent chance of showers this morning. The day will be mostly cloudy with a temperature high of 53 degrees. In the evening it will be mostly cloudy, with temperatures dipping to 34 degrees. Sunshine returns Thursda
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Shasta Land Trust (SLT) and its partners proudly announce an agreement has been signed to purchase a railroad right-of-way between McCloud (in Siskiyou County) and Burney (in Shasta County), a property known as the McCloud Railway. The agreement, signed by SLT and the property’s owner, 4 Rails, Inc, will ultimately lead t
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The Enterprise High baseball team shut out Temecula Prep of Winchester 12-0 in the Lions Tournament in San Diego on Tuesday.
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As an assemblyman and state senator for more than a decade, Sam Aanestad built a record as a man who stuck by his principles and — rare in Sacramento — could even do math, recognizing upside-down budgets and long-term financial debacles that other politicians blithely ignored.
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A long-standing legal charade was played out again recently, when Federal Express paid $3 million to settle an employment discrimination case brought by the U.S. Department of Labor.
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Hope. Such a strong word. Like "love," "joy" or "pride," it brings out such strong feelings in each of us.
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When I first read "Fire fee is fair for homeowners" (letter, Friday), I was outraged. After mulling it over for a while, I changed my mind. I think maybe you are right, those of us living in the country should have to pay twice for our fire protection by paying taxes and the additional $150 per year. I mean, really,
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The $150 fire fee singling out rural property owners is not fair, but also not constitutional. We already pay a fire fee on our property taxes, as do most rural property owners, and do not want any additional fee/tax imposed on us.
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A 26-year-old Redding woman accused of murder in the 2010 death of a Sacramento man she had been dating could see her case go to a Shasta County Superior Court jury as early as today.
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Former Shasta High School quarterback Ricky Ray will be inducted into the Sacramento State Athletic Hall of Fame on April 14.
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A woman killed Monday night in a three-vehicle traffic wreck on Victor Avenue at Marlene Avenue in Redding was identified Tuesday as Delia Quoshena, 60, of Redding.
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Bernie's Guitar, a longtime staple in Redding's music scene, closed last week, owner Bernie Baker said Tuesday.
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In 1912: Residents of Anderson and vicinity were looking forward to perhaps the best fruit season on record. Fruit growers were optimistic, providing no frosts or heavy beating rains prevailed in the next two or three weeks.
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At the prep baseball midpoint, there is no clear favorite for this year's R-S.V.P.
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Shasta grad to join Tigers' class-A club
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Eagle watchers finally got a glimpse of the baby eagles nesting near the Highway 44 bridge over the Sacramento River in Redding.
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RED BLUFF — Tehama County is looking for a consultant to refine how an inmate work farm would ease the demands of last year's public safety realignment.
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More than a dozen Redding employees will receive a 5 percent pay raise starting this month.
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A Shasta County jury began deliberations late Tuesday afternoon in the first-degree murder trial of a 21-year-old Redding man accused of beating a homeless man to death three years ago.
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CHICO — Republican presidential candidate Ron Paul urged a large crowd at Chico State University on Tuesday evening not to give up on "the idea of liberty."
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A coalition of commercial fishing groups, environmentalists and the Karuk Indian tribe are suing the state in an effort to prevent it from enacting new regulations on using suction dredging to mine for gold.
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CHICO — Republican presidential candidate Ron Paul told 3,000 or more listeners at Chico State University this evening that the idea of freedom cannot be stopped.
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Booth space is still available for Cottonwood Creek Equestrian Center's 7th annual tack swap on Saturday.
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Authorities are searching for a 63-year-old man who suffers from memory loss and other medical issues after he was reported missing Monday.
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It comes from the one and only Dumb Plumber, in response to today's editorial: "But what's the point of hanging on doggedly to a piece of land that, realistically, has no future in the city's hands except as a weedy...
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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 in February was found today to be mentally competent to stand trial.
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Funny the rumors one hears about our officially nonpartisan county races. Talking politics last night with Patrick Jones, a candidate for Shasta County Board of Supervisors in District 3, he mentioned the curiosity of Republican Assemblyman Jim Nielsen endorsing Pam...
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All lanes are open on Interstate 5 at the Pit River Bridge about 15 minutes after a disabled motorhome blocked the no. 2 lane.
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The family of an Oregon woman killed in a 2009 wreck on Interstate 5 in Redding has been awarded a nearly $2.9 million settlement by a Sacramento County jury, according to the Sacramento Bee.
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Students from University Preparatory High School (U-Prep) and Shasta High School passed their four-way test with flying colors!
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Two local bowhunters with an innovative hunting product are working hard to get national distribution.
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An Exciting, Fast Paced Race against the Clock for Horses - Cowboys - Cowgirls. Obstacles & Horsemanship are judged $1,000 Guaranteed cash payout, plus awards and prizes
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CARS-California Auto Repair and Smog was privileged to work with the Boy Scouts at their last Merit Badge Pow Wow and will be teaching the Automotive Maintenance Merit Badge again at the April event. Pictured is Mark Martin, service manager of CARS, instructing the Scouts on the importance of automotive maintenance, the var
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She makes it so easy. This is for all my friends in and around the City of Shasta Lake… Filed under: Thoughts & Musings
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Enoch and Eileen McPherson celebrate 70 years of marriage with their family on March 31st with a dinner at Nellos. Their son, Ron, and his wife are longtime residents of Redding and had encouraged them to live in Redding so that they could spend their golden years enjoying all that Redding has to offer. Their daughter, Ke
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Red Bluff police say a 25-year-old woman had a 12-year-old girl steal her neighbor's lawn ornaments so she could put them on her own yard.
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Shasta Wildlife Rescue's annual Open House/Baby Shower has new things added this year for the whole family!
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RON PAUL will be in Chico Tuesday April 3rd for a rally at CSU Chico - register early for free seating voucher
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Westside Performing Arts Company (WPAC) has announced auditons for two musical theatre productions they will be performing this Summer.
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Red Bluff, California — April 2, 2012: Rolling Hills Clinic is celebrating National Public Health Week by promoting the importance of dental care, including orthodontics in overall health. The clinic has an orthodontic program for youth who otherwise would not be able to afford it thanks to a generous grant from Jim and
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Tehama County Supervisor Bob Williams' campaign for Assembly is touting the results of a new survey it commissioned, which found that likely voters in the district weren't much inclined to re-elect Logue. Further and more pointedly, it mentioned Logue's moves...
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From the Red Bluff Sentinel, 7-27-1872: The railroad bridge at Clear Creek is finished and cars will be running to Redding in a week. A sale of town lots is advertised to take place in Redding on the 3rd of...
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Reports are compiled by Western Outdoor News. For more information, contact WON online at www.wonews.com, subscribe at wonsubs.com, or call 800-290-2929. SACRAMENTO RIVER, Colusa — The river was high and muddy through the weekend, but anglers able to find sheltered spots out of the main flow were catching a few sturgeon.
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Voices of Faith — What is your opinion of faith healing — in any form?
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Deputies arrested two Weaverville men last week on suspicion of operating a large, indoor commercial pot growing operation.
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It was $499,500 last time it sold. Dropped from nearly half a million bucks, to less than a quarter million. But it is on 40 acres. The listing says
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North state counties are at the bottom of the list of the state's most physically unhealthy counties while those living in the state's most affluent regions are the healthiest, according to a report released this week.
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After the first sunny, dry spring day in a long while, rain is again in Redding's future. The National Weather Service says there's a 20 percent chance of rain during the day today. High temperatures should climb to 64 degrees. Clouds will increasingly form through the day, leading way to rain tonight, though less than 1/
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I've always found Sam Aanestad to be a man of intelligence and principle, but the stuff he unleashed at tonight's congressional debate, sponsored by the Redding Tea Party, might make me have to reconsider. During a discussion of energy policy,...
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You buy a house down the block from where the city intends to build a park. You wait so long for the swings and monkey bars that the kids are grown and gone before anything changes. Then the city decides to sell the land.
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Amid the euphoria that erupted in much of California when a group led by former basketball great Earvin "Magic" Johnson and financier Mark Walter spent more than $2 billion to buy the Los Angeles Dodgers baseball team and its stadium last week, one question led to some consternation.
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Since the official rainfall totals are measured at Redding Municipal Airport, there's a big disparity between the official rainfall numbers and the actual amounts that do fall.
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I see our government is once again planning for the taxpayers' future. The proposed 100-year quarry plan on the land between Shasta Lake and Mountain Gate would be, if approved, an environmental disaster for all the surrounding communities. It is outrageous that this potential disaster is even being considered.
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In response to Ruth Olson's letter regarding the fire fee: Please look up the facts. This fee does not provide any more fire services for the homeowners of the affected areas.
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The Saturday Costco article was based on hearsay from Kurt Starman, with no comment from the property owner Don Levenson or Costco Chairman Jeff Brotman.
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The Intermountain area might be added to Shasta County's Redding-centered enterprise zone in an effort to bring more jobs to the remote enclave.
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Doug LaMalfa found himself on the defensive Monday night about the millions of dollars his family has received in federal farm subsidies over the years.
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Arapaho Rose Alpacas will host its free Alpaca Open Farm Day from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. April 14 at 10702 Arapaho Drive, Redding.
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Redding financial adviser and Record Searchlight columnist Vincent D'Amato died Saturday at home. He was 62.
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In 1912: Local drug firms were awarding two cars to county patrons who would receive them absolutely free. The first machine to go was the $1,500 five-passenger, four-door model Krit given away by the Powell Pharmacy. The second car was a $1,500 five-passenger Howard touring car given away by the Bryant Pharmacy.
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The reservoir is filling nicely.Yesterday, we came up two feet. And that's a huge amount of water."
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SHASTA LAKE — Councilwoman Dolores Lucero is trying to call a special City Council meeting Thursday, although state law clearly prevents her from doing so.
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Spring break has arrived and that means one thing for prep baseball: tournament time.
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At least one person was killed Monday night in a three-vehicle traffic wreck on Victor Avenue at Marlene Avenue in Redding, officials said.
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The softball season is entering the midway point this week, creating an opportunity to see where players match up so far this year.
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61-year-old woman was killed Monday night in a three-vehicle traffic wreck on Victor Avenue at Marlene Avenue in Redding, officials said.
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The Foothill High baseball team beat North High of Bakersfield 13-1 to open the Fresno Easter Classic on Monday.
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CHICO —Presidential candidate Ron Paul is scheduled to speak at Chico State University today.
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Shasta Wildlife Rescue & Rehabilitation is opening registration for its 12th annual Run for the Wild, which will be followed by an open house.
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At least one person was killed this evening in a three-vehicle traffic wreck on Victor Avenue at Marlene Avenue in Redding, officials said.
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Members of the Community Choir sing for enjoyment and to perform.
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A jury summons is not something most people are thrilled to find in the mail.
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Pork Tenderloin
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Easy Raviolis
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SHASTA LAKE — Councilwoman Dolores Lucero is trying to call a special City Council meeting Thursday, though state law clearly prevents her from doing so.
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The news doesn't really strike me as a surprise. I never could understand the argument that because the U.S. Constitution permits affirmative action in college admissions, the state of California was obligated to use it. And even so, given California's...
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Two men were rescued Monday morning, about six hours after their pickup plunged 40 feet down an embankment off Highway 299.
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The California Highway Patrol is reporting a traffic collision this afternoon on the eastbound lanes of Highway 44, near I-5.
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$500 REWARD As a loving tribute to Dr. Gene Clark, founder of the Horsetown-Clear Creek Preserve, an anonymous donor has generously donated $500 to be given to the person who can provide a genuine photograph of the town of Horsetown....
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Too bad they spelled his name wrong on his gravemarker. It is not Klein, it is Cline. George carried the mail and other items such as tax money between Burgettville, now Glenburn, and Shasta. His job was dangerous at times,...
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I hate to bear bad news, but April is here. If you haven’t already tried electronic filing your tax returns, it doesn’t take a Nerd to tell you it’s the way to go. With so many choices that offer roughly the same service, how’s a tax e-filer to choose? I suffered the headache to check [...]
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A 24-year-old man is facing multiples charges after leading a sheriff’s deputy on a car and foot chase Friday night.
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Two Redding college students who went missing last week while hiking in Kings Range with a Berkeley friend were found safe by searchers Saturday.
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Redding’s open-backyard-burning season is here, meaning it’s time for a refresher on where to go for permits and what rules to follow when clearing debris 100 feet around your home.
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A traffic stop late Sunday night in Shasta Lake ended with a 33-year-old man in custody on a stolen property charge.
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The former manager of the Lassen Pines Mutual Water Co. in Shingletown pleaded no contest this morning in Shasta County Superior Court to embezzlement and perjury charges, a prosecutor said.
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Creamy Chicken Enchiladas
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CHICO — Presidential candidate Ron Paul is scheduled to speak at Chico State University Tuesday evening.
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Sage, Mushroom, & Olive Chicken
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Nona's Pork Stew
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Some real estate markets are reporting that home buyers are having to pay more than asking price to get the home they desire, as the supply of for-sale homes has shrunk, Bloomberg News reports. Bidding wars were a common part …
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Arnetta's Lamb Curry
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The good folks of Palo Cedro have been busy raising funds for their community park, which is under construction. Saturday, they had a wine tasting and auction event at the lovely Gaia Hotel. Everyone enjoyed the dazzling wine-food pairings, set to music by the one of the northstate’s true gems, The Pat Karch Trio.
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Here’s a trailer for a documentary I hope to see in full. It seems the Tiny House movement is gaining momentum. “”TINY” is a short documentary film by Merete Mueller and Christopher Smith, about one man’s attempt to build a Tiny House in the mountains of Colorado.” C
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Once listed for $429K. Easily, one of the most intriguing FDotD homes we’ve ever published. So only one photo is supplied. That’s it. Its located on 1.7 acres
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Looks like the tow truck driver bailed out of his truck at the last second before the whole truck went over the cliff.
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A Red Bluff woman was arrested Friday morning on suspicion of drug charges after Tehama County sheriff’s deputies stopped her vehicle for an expired registration on S. Jackson Street and Kimball Road.
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I don’t think cars normally explode and burst into flames like this.
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I guess the water was a lot more shallow than he thought.
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Shasta Wildlife Rescue & Rehabilitation is opening registration for its 12th annual Run for the Wild, which will be followed by an open house.
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Cat: 1 Bat: 0 Click on the picture to view the gif.
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I hope to someday have an entire man cave with a Star Wars theme. Then I could fill it with art like this.
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This is too hilarious. Is this what I sound and look like when i drink too much?
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Excerpts from Steve Chapman, a favorite columnist, at Reason: "The doomsayers also assume that someone shrewd, unthreatening and adaptable enough to become the first black president would, at the age of 51, metamorphose into Huey Newton. It's about as plausible...
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Today will be mostly sunny and warm with a high near 71 degrees. Temperatures should drop to 47 degrees and become cloudy tonight with south wind at 5 mph becoming calm. On Tuesday sprinkles could return. There is a slight chance of rain after 11 a.m. Otherwise it will be partly sunny with a high near 67 degrees. Tuesday e
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EHS Music Boosters will be holding their Spring Drive-thru Tri-Tip Dinner Fundraiser on Saturday, April 14th, 2012 from 3:00pm to 7:00pm in North Parking lot at EHS! (Rain or shine). The dinner includes a hearty portion of Tri-Tip, BBQ Beans, Salad and warm bread. You will be delighted at the quality and will come back [...
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On Saturday, April 7, 2012, 5 Windows Gallery will celebrate the opening of this month’s featured exhibit, “Contemporaries” which focuses on the adventurous contemporary works being created by an eclectic selection of regional artists. Contemporary art is art that arises from our times and is occurring now. It is work
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Exposed! Now there’s a loaded term and yup, we’ve all felt it from time to time.  There are all levels of exposure. But in reality, have you ever felt that you had no defenses behind which to hide? That pretty much covers the term. Apply it to any type of “exposed.” Financial, emotional, physical. It works [...]
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For the long-term health of the north state's economy and the well-being of the people who live here, a rail line serving eastern Shasta County would be far better than a nature trail, however epic its views. Our region needs a solid job base more than it needs one more place to hike.
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Lawsuits challenging the Affordable Care Act are now in the Supreme Court. The statute being challenged does not establish universal health care but is intended as a major step in that direction.
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I read with interest the March 28 letter from Steve Woodrum opining against the establishment of a state-sanctioned church. My question is this: Who besides yourself, Mr. Woodrum, is suggesting such an asinine establishment?
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Jerry Delemos has a lot to say about women's health and how contraception is a big part of that. Let's look at women's health: Is pregnancy unhealthy? To a very small portion of women it is. Are sexually transmitted diseases unhealthy? To all women this is true.
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Bill McPherson, legislating biblical principles would be a violation of the separation of church and state.
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Relative to the gas price story published on Friday, which says, "Public not sure on where to point finger" by John Rogers of The Associated Press, the answer is very simple. If you voted for Obama, look into a mirror and point!
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I sure wish I had played prep sports during the YouTube generation.
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Shasta College's Jazmin Porter earned two first-place finishes and Abbrienna Reyna took another first Saturday to lead the Knights' track and field squads at the American River Invitational in Sacramento.
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After her first full varsity season, Aubrey Mendonca understands what it takes to be a leader.
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This year's All R-S girls team features four returners from last season, three freshmen and two promotions from honorable mention.
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In 1912: The American rag dance, that was the rage from Fall River Mills to Borneo, strayed into local Elkdom and got the conservative and the progressive members of the committee on entertainment into a pretty tangle, along with involving some others who have had their say.
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He knows his efforts might be futile. But Ken Strathman, a construction worker with a quiet demeanor, has no plans to abandon his 17-year feud with Redding City Hall over a neighborhood lot that has fallen almost completely off park planners' radar.
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Anderson Chamber of Commerce officials presented numerous community service awards at its 35th annual dinner Saturday at Win-River Casino in Redding.
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A Redding woman allegedly broke into an Anderson home Sunday afternoon and tried to kidnap a 3-year-old child.
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A 37-year-old man died early Saturday morning when his Toyota 4-Runner went off Highway 96 as he drove from Happy Camp to his home in Seiad Valley, the California Highway Patrol reported.
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Interesting news from the California Water Blog: Recent budget shortfalls have led the State to replace several departments with an automated computer program. The simple program takes all public and bureaucratic requests, inquiries, and input, consults an immense database of...
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Look at the stone facade on this one. We recall the homeowner doing the unique masonry work.
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The "Save the Date" reminder, just received, for the May 3rd "Save Old Shasta State Historic Park premier fundraiser" (5:30 to 7:30 p.m.), sponsored by Redding Bank of Commerce and the Shasta Historical Society. Flyer looks like the work of...
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Redding's gray and wet spell will make way for sunny skies and a high of 59 degrees today. The low tonight should drop to 39 degrees. Expect even more springlike weather on Monday, with sunny skies and a high of 68 degrees. Tuesday should be in the 60s as well, but expect slightly cooler conditions on Wednesday with a hi
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"The Wimpy Recovery." That was the title of a recent Time magazine cover story that diagnosed the true strength of this economic rebound.
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Tie game. Final inning. Bases loaded.
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California is, by reputation, a place where we make our own reality. Sometimes it even works. Some basic facts, though, are stubbornly immune to the most die-hard optimism, such as this one: California doesn't have enough water flowing in its rivers to keep all the promises the state has made for it.
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The punditry-sphere has been all abuzz about the smash hit movie "The Hunger Games," which opened last weekend and broke records as the highest-grossing non-sequel movie of all time. If you said, "Hunger what?" it means you don't have a young adult in the house. Otherwise you either forbade your kids to
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I am a consumer of mental health and there are two doctors for Shasta County. The doctors are overwhelmed with patients, and I feel bad for them. Also the doctors are so busy that there is no way they can take care of the whole county. I've seen their frustrations myself. The case managers are also overwhelmed. They hav
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I enjoyed reading Michael Rennekamp's "Speak Your Piece" and I agree with his analysis. Ultimately we must find alternatives to oil, and if that can be done with a new, clean and economically viable alternative, then we all will benefit.
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No matter the outcome of the Supreme Court's decision on the individual mandate to buy health insurance, the Affordable Care Act remains flawed because it will leave at least 26 million people uninsured and does nothing to reduce health care costs. We need publicly funded universal health care — we need single-pay
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I was always taught to respect this country and the office of the president of the United States, leader of the free world, elected by the people of this great country. I vote as an independent, because I believe in choosing the best man or woman who I feel loves this country as much as I do, and has all the people's in
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I would like to know why CHP officer Gerald "Gary" Harris had a cache of homemade explosives at his home in Anderson about a month ago and was not arrested until one and a half weeks later after his neighbors had to be taken off their property while the bomb squad demolished these bombs.
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In 2008, we, the children of Violet Horrocks, found ourselves unable to provide the care Mom needed and deserved.
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In one paragraph, we are told that the wreck that closed eastbound Highway 44 was caused by the weather. In a later paragraph, we are told that in bad weather we should increase distance between vehicles. Why bother? If the weather caused the accident, distance wouldn't matter. What gets the blame for rear-enders when t
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This letter is to Tyler Yarnell. You got me, Tyler, outside of Kmart. I was picking up my granddaughter's birthday layaway.
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Throughout the past few months surrounding the 2012 Republican presidential nomination, we have heard media organizations constantly denounce Mitt Romney as the ultimate "flip-flopper." CNN, MSNBC, Fox News, ABC — all at one point or another have attacked him for his wishy-washy stances that seem to change whe
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I read the article about homelessness, and as usual there was no help. I am one of many uncounted, living with a friend, and would like to tell you about my neglect.
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Like other kids, I get mail, usually enough to keep me in touch with old friends and new ideas worth writing about.
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My husband, Travis, and I have found disciplining our children to be a tricky business. There is not a one-size-fits-all approach or else every parent would be doing it right.
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On Thursday, your paper featured a large, front-page article about "some 100" people marching in Anderson commemorating Cesar Chavez.
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The story in this newspaper on Sunday, "Health Care Impact" showed one side of the story. There are two things to remember.
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Imagine looking into the eyes of a family member you see daily, only you can't remember her name. Or picture yourself in the kitchen warming soup when suddenly you forget how to use the stove's controls. Scenarios like these are typical for those with Alzheimer's disease.
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Dear Straight Talk: I read with interest about the mother who couldn't get her son to sleep before midnight. Sleep deprivation is the norm today. But combining sleep deprivation with teens leads to extra problems because teens are prone to angst, depression, acute crises and rash decisions. It would be so much healthier if
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The pavement's going to get hot in Anderson today.
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Dear Babe: I have a set of 1994 Chevron team stars Fotoballs. I have Mike Piazza, Eric Karros, Ramon Martinez and Brett Butler along with a stand.— Bob McCall, Ewa Beach, HawaiiYou should have a blue Dodgers ball as well for a complete set.
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Otar Pkhakadze defied language barriers and a pair of heartbreaking section final losses in his prep basketball journey. Those shaped him both as a man, and a player.
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Youth was aplenty during this year's prep basketball season.
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The Redding Aqua Ducks swim team competed in the second day of the Far Western swim meet on Friday in Morgan Hill, and three swimmers made the finals.
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A new Redding-area trails guide is available to the public that describes 30 of the region's most popular hikes.
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At first glance, Cindy Monaghan's Redding home seems nothing out of the ordinary.
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A man is in the Shasta County Jail after he was arrested on suspicion of setting a chair on fire, causing damage to a hallway in an apartment building Thursday, firefighters said.
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"The Wimpy Recovery."
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In 1912: The Brown brothers, R.E. and E.D., both of Redding, were interesting themselves in the organization of a lodge of the Loyal Order of Moose, which promised to meet with ready response from many in Redding. For a short time, the initiation fee was to be but $5 instead of the regular fee of $25.
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Tehama County's Republican Central Committee has a message for the state's GOP chairman: You're not welcome here.
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When Vietnam veterans returned home, they found a changed country that treated its new veterans horribly, Don Mackin recalls.
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Q: Hi, Monty. I never miss reading your Record Searchlight articles. I find them so informative. I do hope someone takes over when you write your last. Thank you for this contribution.
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Felony welfare fraud and perjury charges have been filed against the operations manager of Redding Loaves & Fishes, a Christian ministry that feeds homeless people in Shasta County.
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Managers are making less than a few of their better-paid employees.
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The American Legion’s Department of California will hold its 2012 statewide convention in Redding this summer, the state commander said Saturday.
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SPRING SPORTS CAMP X
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The north state through the seasons offers a variety of vistas and animals.
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Q: I often go to Fort Bragg with a group of friends to get abalone. On the first day we all make our dives, and then in the evening we have abalone and a fish fry. The abalone is all sliced, pounded and breaded. Some always remains uncooked or cooked and not eaten. We go diving again the next day and get our limits again, a
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Philbert’s Note: In an effort to keep Philbertosophy readers from being bored to tears, we’re instituting a “Guest Blogger” feature. First up is the infamous Uncle E, music blogger extroidinaire. Herein is his offering citing some of his fav0rite tunes. You can visit his blog by clicking the link on the right (under
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A man is in the Shasta County Jail after he was arrested on suspicion of setting a chair on fire, causing damage to a hallway in an apartment building Thursday, firefighters said.
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Cassel is located in eastern Shasta County. The photo shows the old store and post office. I'm pretty sure the post office still exists but not the store. If you look close, the sign on the top of the store...
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ANDERSON -- Shasta Speedway officials have delayed today's season opener until Sunday due to the wet weather.
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New in 2006, this Earth Advantage Home in Bel Air Estates sold for $454K. Yeah, that was then. You can get it for less now.
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Today's wet weather has postponed the Hornet Invite at Enterprise High School.
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Two people suffered minor injuries in a roll over wreck on Interstate 5 around 8:45 a.m.
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Rain will hit Redding today, with some thunderstorms possible, along with strong winds and hail. The thunderstorms could roll in after 11 a.m., as temperatures rise to around 46. A south wind of 25 mph could gust as high as 39 mph, the National Weather Service is reporting. Some storms could produce small hail. The stor
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"A little madness in the spring is wholesome even for the King!" I like to think that when Emily Dickinson wrote these words, she included some heady joy in the word madness, and she included us all in the wholesome benefits. Spring makes many of us feel a bit kingly – a bit more expansive [...]
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My wife and I live east of Shingletown at Viola. Both our vehicles have several star cracks in the windshields and we have replaced windshields three or four times since we moved here eleven years ago. It is getting tedious and expensive. This is all the result of being behind people who don't have mudflaps [...]
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For over a decade now, the high ambitions of Jefferson Public Radio under Ron Kramer led to nasty interference in various north state locales.
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"I'm not ever going to run for office again, but I might stir the pot a little more." So former Shasta County Supervisor Trish Clarke told me over breakfast the other day at AJ's Restaurant on South Market. And then she stirred the pot, accusing the current crop of supervisors of only working part time for f
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I wonder if, when all the facts are known regarding the tragic shooting in Florida, the president will apologize and invite George Zimmerman to the White House for a beer?
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I'm looking at a web-based release from Southern California Assemblyman Kevin Jeffries called the "Mushroom Alert," stating the state Legislature is passing through 37 "blank" spending resolutions — I mean blank, no wording — the purpose being to bring spending bills to the floor without publ
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Help! Where can I buy an Obama algae burner?
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California State Parks will close 70 state park units, including Castle Crags State Park, to satisfy its budget requirement. Closure saps vitality from our area, and loss of visitors results in loss of business. However, if someone else can operate it ...
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Tim Medeiros is in his third year at Simpson University, where he plays soccer, works two jobs and serves as the student body president while studying education and history.
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Senior citizens from around the north state danced at a "senior prom" Friday night at the Shasta Senior Nutrition Program's Mercy Oaks building.
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The arrest Thursday of Shasta Lake City Councilwoman Dolores Lucero added another name to the list of local elected officials accused of breaking the law.
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After weathering the financial tsunami of the last decade, commercial kitchen-ventilation manufacturer Captive-Aire is looking to expand its operation in Redding.
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A new Costco off Oasis Road in north Redding is moving closer to reality.
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A Redding man has started a program he thinks could raise funds for projects through community dinners.
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California Highway Patrol officers and sheriff's deputies Friday were looking for a man who was driving a stolen pickup they were chasing when the truck tilted sideways in mud near Bowman Road and Cottonwood Creek in Tehama County.
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The Lake Shastina Community Services District may soon have an administrator who will hold the title of both police and fire chief.
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A former teacher of the Cascade Union Elementary School District has filed a claim demanding back wages and compensation more than a year after he was let go.
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Mercy Medical Center parent company Dignity Health announced Friday it will cut 49 jobs in Redding as part of a consolidation of the company's business offices.
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The track and field season has had a disappointing beginning since wet weather has kept most squads from competing.
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Much like the Guns N' Roses ballad of the same name, the Red Hawks need just a little patience.
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Shasta College raised money for its athletic department on Friday night with a Vietnam veteran and four-time Super Bowl champion at the forefront of the ceremony.
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The Shasta High School softball team lost one game but won a second one Friday at the Woodcreek Tournament in Roseville.
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In 1912: The Hammon engineering company of San Francisco bonded the H.H. Shuffleton place near Gas Point, Mrs. A. Bartell's ranch, Van Bartell's ranch, and the Rockhold ranch in the same vicinity for dredging purposes. All of the bonded property was west of Cottonwood at Gas Point.
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One man is in custody after he broke into a Burney home and injured a man, authorities said.
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Veggie session set at Turtle Bay
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Last week I participated in an online tour of organized homes. It was a lot of fun to see how other bloggers keep their homes organized. I gave a tour of my organized kitchen and I thought it would be fun to share it with my newspaper readers too.
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Famous Dave's BBQ in Redding will host the last of four rib-tasting charity benefits from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. today at 815 Browning St. in the Trader Joe's-Kohl's shopping center.
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Redding has more egrets and turkey vultures, but fewer meadowlarks and kestrels. Yellow-rumped warblers and hooded mergansers are holding their own.
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We have a winner! Marilyn R. guessed it correctly at 9:13 a.m. Congratulations to Marilyn for guessing correctly and winning herself a $10 gift certificate at Ortega's Mexican Restaurant in Palo Cedro. Thank you everyone else for playing and...
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A 69-year-old local man says he has been hiking for decades. But on one recent outing along the Feather River in Butte County, a mountain lion pounced on him and knocked him to the ground. He survived the incident, he says, all thanks to a very unlikely hero.Although some local fish and game don’t [...]
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Warning this video does contain some foul language and plenty of awseomeness! This post will self-destruct in 3…2…1… BOOM!!!!!
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The council woman from Shasta Lake City turned herself in on Thursday for charges relating to falsified documentation pertaining to voter fraud that she claims took place when she was being recalled by voters. Supposedly she went so far as to take advantage of a blind man but of course everyone is [...]
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Mercy Medical Center parent company Dignity Health announced today that it will cut 49 jobs in Redding as part of a consolidation of the company’s business offices.
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Filed under: Thoughts & Musings Tagged: Ben Edlund, Ed "Big Daddy" Roth, Frito Bandito, Fritos, Kar Kulture, Mel Blanc, Murph, Murph The Surf, Rick Griffin, Stanley Mouse, Tex Avery, The Tick
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Trinity county deputies said they arrested a 38-year-old man after finding stolen guns and drugs at his Wildwood home.
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California Highway Patrol officers and sheriff's deputies this morning were looking for a man who was driving a stolen pickup they were chasing when the car flipped over near Bowman Road and Cottonwood Creek in Tehama County.
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This is such a brutal attack and it appears it was unprovoked!
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What is the name of this cemetery and what road is it located on? (There are many more graves than what is shown) Welcome to the History Mystery Photo Contest! We now have great new prizes for our winners. On...
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A school bus was reportedly hit broadside by a sport utility vehicle this morning on the bridge crossing over Interstate 5 at the South Bonnyview Road off-ramp, but there were no injuries. Austin Gabriel, 19, of Redding, was driving eastbound on South Bonnyview Road when he stopped paying attention to the road, said officer
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Today you can expect rain with a high near 59 degrees. Winds will be from the south at around 6 mph becoming calm this afternoon. The chance of precipitation is 90%. Estimates for rainfall amounts are between a tenth and a quarter of an inch. Tonight rain is likely with cloudy conditions and a low around 51 degrees. Southe
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Looking to invest in residential income property while real estate prices are depressed? Look here.
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Bluegrass musician Jalan Crossland lives in Ten Sleep, 62 miles up and over the Big Horn Mountains from Buffalo, Wyo. A great musician you should get to know. Jalan Crossland, your Video Friday:"My Home is on the Big Horn Mountains""Undead Lovers"
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When I was a little girl, I used to listen to my grandparents, fascinated, as they would tell stories about what their lives were like growing up in the early 1900s.  My grandfather told me tales of how we were part Cherokee Indian on his mother's side, but we weren't on the Indian Roles because [...]
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Many a Californian has read the latest political news from Sacramento and wondered, "What the heck was the Legislature thinking?"
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"On all these issues, but particularly missile defense, this can be solved, but it's important for him (Putin) to give me space. ... This is my last election. After my election, I have more flexibility."
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The $150 fee rural property owners must pay for the privilege of making their homes in fire-risky areas is not an unfair charge. Despite the fuss raised by Doug LaMalfa and Jim Nielsen over the legality of this issue, it's only right for property owners to accept this small portion of the millions it costs to fight wild
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Rush Limbaugh and Phyllis Miller (letter, March 21) could not have heard the law student's speech. It was not about her and was not about sex, which she never mentioned even once. I know; I heard her speech.
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This is to the drivers who so blatantly run red lights daily at every major intersection. Really? Your time is so important that you are willing to risk injuring or killing someone so you can arrive at your destination a little sooner?
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A Redding nonprofit aiming to run Castle Crags State Park in Castella is expected to have some competition from at least two concessionaires that handle services for other parks in the state.
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Electric ratepayers here will face higher bills next month as Councilwoman Dolores Lucero's attempt to overturn the recently passed electric rate hike has failed, county elections officials announced Thursday.
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The owner of the McCloud River Railroad agreed Thursday to donate and sell 80 miles of railroad right of way to a Redding nonprofit agency that plans to turn the strip of land into a recreation trail.
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Shasta Lake City Councilwoman Dolores Lucero turned herself in at the Shasta County Jail on Thursday night after an arrest warrant was issued for her earlier in the day, alleging she submitted documents and police reports with fabricated claims of voter fraud against those who were trying to recall her from office.
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At least 10,000 migrating snow geese and other waterfowl have died this spring at drought-plagued Lower Klamath and Tule Lake national wildlife refuges along the Oregon border in Siskiyou County.
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"Farewell to Manzanar" author Jeanne Wakatsuki Houston will speak at 6 p.m. April 24 at the Redding Library on Parkview Avenue as part of a statewide program that uses books as a springboard for discussions about democracy.
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Haven Humane Society will hold a pet food drive at the Discovery Shop today.
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In 1912: Another outbreak between Shasta County farmers and smelters was brewing with the possibility that the causes leading to it could blow over before there was a clash. At least it was not likely that active warfare would be engaged in.
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The rain is putting a damper on this spring's potential record-breaking events.
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It's been 39 years since the last U.S. troops were withdrawn from Vietnam.
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Megan McColpin pitched a complete-game shutout to lead the Red Bluff High softball team to a 9-0 road win against Oroville on Thursday.
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Here's a look at what's open and closed today in observance of Cesar Chavez Day, which is Saturday:
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Some consumers report not receiving items they bought
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The Veterans Job & Resource Fair will be held Thursday at the Veterans Memorial Building in downtown Redding at 1605 Yuba St.
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Ed Ballantine looks to the future of community-access television in Redding.
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The three oldest churches of Shasta County are the Glenburn Church in Glenburn, the Zion African Methodist Episcopal (AME) Church in downtown Redding, and the First Baptist Church in Cottonwood, in that order.
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U.S. Coast Guard Auxiliary is looking for volunteers to assist with Web design and public affairs.
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"There is not enough water to meet all desired uses in California with the required degree of reliability everywhere and all the time." This is not exactly a novel observation, but a new report on the Delta from a National...
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Healthy Shasta is running a survey about use of the Sacramento River Trail and in particular the new trail along the Highway 44 bridge between the Convention Center and Hilltop. Do you use the trails? For play and pleasure or...
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Five people, including two children improperly restrained, were taken to a Siskiyou County hospital after a wreck on Quartz Valley Drive today, authorities said.
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"[W]hen your party registration in the state is at 30 percent and dropping, you don't grow the membership by driving out young, photogenic war heroes for not being ideologically pure enough. You attract new supporters by convincing people like Fletcher...
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Greg Beato at Reason.com takes the NYTimes to task for linking rising rates of cremation (a long-term trend) to the lousy economy and ends with this delightfully morbid riff: "...cremation...certainly seems more aligned with contemporary values than traditional burial. Why...
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These two recent photos of the construction of the new Trinidad Pier are compliments of my Trinidad friend Pam Christensen....
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Park Marina from across the River in Redding Once there was a plan for Redding’s most visible riverfront. Some students envisioned what it might look like. It was a nice idea.
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Dave Meurer is best known in the Redding area as Rep. Wally Herger's long-time field representative. When he's not trying to handle his boss's constitutents' problems with the federal government, though, Meurer moonlights as a genial comic author. You can...
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ON APRIL 28TH, 2012 AT 11:55 AM (CLAMPER TIME) A HISTORIC DEDICATION WILL TAKE PLACE BY THE CLAMPERS AT THE CORNER OF MAIN AND FRONT STREETS IN HISTORIC DOWNTOWN COTTONWOOD. THE CLAMPERS ARE A MALE ONLY, DUES FREE FRATERNAL ORGANIZATION...
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Shasta Lake City Councilwoman Dolores Lucero turned herself in at the Shasta County jail tonight after an arrest warrant was issued for her earlier in the day.
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Babies are so much fun, I love doing these growing baby series. Every few months the client comes in and we photograph their baby and the new milestones that have accomplished. IT's fun to watch the babies grow and become so interactive, I just love growing baby sessions! C
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Probably the digger pine leaning perilously over this house is just an illusion from the camera angle, or lens. Probably.
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A transient from Ceres who is also a registered sex offender was arrested Wednesday night after he was found urinating on the lawn of the Redding Civic Auditorium, police said.
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It's going to be around 62 degrees today in Redding. There's also a 60 percent chance of rain after 11 a.m., according to forecasters with the National Weather Service in Sacramento. The low tonight should go down to 51 degrees. Friday, expect rain and slightly warmer temperatures with a high of 65 degrees.
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Today we talk with Jana Leard of Redding, the director of  the locally produced "Hairspray" that will appear at the Cascade Theatre From March 30 through April 7 in downtown Redding. "Hairspray" is a Broadway musical based in 1962 Baltimore, Maryland. The central character is Tracy Turnblad, a plump teenager whose dre
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Castle Crags State Park needs a white knight. Innovations Housing is a nonprofit whose mission and business model have evaporated.
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Joe Wong’s goal for View 202, his first non-franchise restaurant: “Create a place for people to hang out all the time without paying a lot of money.”
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The pleasantly plump Tracy Turnblad is determined to dance her way in to, and integrate, her beloved Corny Collins Show—and she’s going to do it all without displacing a single strand of her magnificent ’do. It’s the big hair and big fun of “Hairspray” and time for the Cascade Theatre to take the north state bac
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With its soulful blend of groove-based blues and rock, the Shasta Blues Revue has earned its stripes as one of the most sought-after bands in the region.
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Even when the weather’s chilly and off-putting, much like it has been of late Cottonwood’s longstanding bar, Cody’s OK Corral still draws a jovial, spirited crowd.
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As we examine the chronological combination of Obamacare's second anniversary and the U.S. Supreme Court's weighing the constitutionality of the law's individual mandate this week, it's obvious that someone in Washington needs to buy a pair of glasses. Without a deductible.
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You may put this statement up there with "when pigs fly," but Gov. Jerry Brown has it exactly right. In January, when he proposed a 12-point plan to reform the way the state pays into the retirement accounts of its 200,000-plus employees, he called the state pension system a "Ponzi scheme" and said the "
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RED BLUFF — A recent appellate court decision in a medical marijuana case has prompted a judge to reconsider a defense motion he denied last year, paving the way for a Tehama County jury trial in a case dating back to 2009.
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Two Redding sisters who nearly lost their lives in a suspected DUI wreck earlier this month will be reunited on Friday.
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It wasn't for the $476 million jackpot, but a winning ticket in Tuesday's Mega Millions lottery was purchased at a gas station in Redding.
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When the lights went up, and the rain started to fall, the Red Hawks came alive.
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As he walked Wednesday morning along Shasta Dam, Davide Forcellini had a bold prediction.
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Siskiyou County officials declined Wednesday to release reports detailing how thieves broke into the courthouse and stole the largest nuggets from the county's $3 million historic gold collection.
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In 1912: Another Mitchell car was sold by Harry Glover, the local agent and garage owner, the purchaser being Ben Klukkert, proprietor of the City bakery. He was getting the very latest in a Mitchell, the car of quality and silence.
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The Enterprise boys and girls track and field team blew past Shasta on the road Wednesday with the girls winning 98-31 and the boys 88-48.
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Coca-Cola Bottling Co. will close a portion of its operation in Redding, resulting in the loss of 12 jobs, spokeswoman Dora Wong said Wednesday.
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SHASTA LAKE — City officials are holding off implementing a recently passed electric rate increase to see whether a referendum against the increase will qualify for a future ballot.
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ANDERSON — Some 100 people marched here Wednesday night, circling Anderson City Hall as chants of "Sí, se puede" filled the streets.
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Click da Dodger Bum (a la the great Willard Mullin) for a larger view…Filed under: Thoughts & Musings Tagged: Brooklyn Dodgers, Dodgers, Los Angeles Dodgers, Magic Johnson, Willard Mullin
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The Goodwill retail store in Redding will open at 8 a.m. today.
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Most folks don't give a second thought to where their Stikine River salmon comes from. They should.
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The risk of falling increases as we age, largely as a result of deteriorating vision and poor balance. The side effect of many medications is dizziness. Decreased strength from inactivity and the natural reduction of muscle mass make it harder to withstand trip hazards in the environment. The good news is that falls can be
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Q: What exercises can I do that strengthen the muscles around my hips?
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Thumbs-up to local GMO (genetically modified organisms) expert Cariann Gheen and local whole-food activist Brian Garcia of Grilla Bites restaurant. They're coordinating a local signature-gathering campaign to get the labeling of GMOs on California's November ballot.
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The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention estimate that each year roughly 1 in 6 Americans (or 48 million people) get food-borne diseases, 128,000 are hospitalized and 3,000 die. Food-borne illnesses are caused by eating food contaminated with bacteria, viruses, parasites, chemicals or natural toxins.
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Shasta Blood Center is in need of A-, AB- and B-, O+ and O- blood. BloodSource is in need of A- and O- blood. Platelet and plasma donors are also needed.
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So reports this Atlantic writer, who went hunting for bad news about privately operated libraries (like Shasta County's, which are run by LSSI) and came away ... not quite a convert, but also not able to tell the difference between...
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Coco-Cola Bottling Co. will close a portion of its operation in Redding on Friday, resulting in the loss of 12 jobs, spokeswoman Dora Wong said this afternoon.
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When my grandmother taught me I didn't realize she was giving me a gift.
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It was almost three months ago that Steve Van Ert thought he was ready to release his game called “Angry Bankers”. He also thought he would return as Assistant Principal at Yreka High School.
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I knew Valerie Ing-Miller, that classical gal on JPR, had eclectic musical tastes, but I never knew how eclectic until I read her three-page profile in April's Enjoy magazine. In a sidebar titled "The Playlist in her head...and on her...
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Crews are responding to a reported 5-foot by 5-foot gas spill at Market Street and Arboretum Drive.
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California Highway Patrol officers arrested a 39-year-old woman in Happy Camp on Sunday after she allegedly led them on a chase with her young child in the car, then abandoned the child to run away from officers.
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It was a 1940s-era landmark once known for its dining, dancing and famous customers. Over the years it became run down with many building violations and took in tenants who were the type that required frequent visits by the police....
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Fire crews in Tehama County rescued three people from a creek this morning after a car crash that landed them in cold water.
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From the San Diego Union-Tribune: That's the goal of Assemblyman Ben Hueso and San Diego Regional Chamber of Commerce officials who have come together to promote legislation that would permit Caltrans to commercialize about 25 rest stops from Oceanside to...
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An interesting video short about Redding artist Eric Podtetenieff. Seeing it, locals will recognize some of his work from around town. Nice job on the video production, by Tyler Faires. Art video, it’s Really Redding.
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Ron Kramer makes his case here, via the Medford paper and Oregon Public Broadcasting. Similar questions were raised when JPR bought and led the renovation of the Cascade Theatre in downtown Redding....
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It wasn't for the jackpot, but a winning ticket in Tuesday's Mega Millions lottery was purchased at a gas station in Redding. A ticket matched five out of six lottery numbers in the Mega Millions game, winning $303,573, was bought at the USA on Hilltop Drive, according to the California Lottery.
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A California Highway Patrol officer charged with felony DUI stemming from a January four-car wreck while she was off duty pleaded not guilty today in Shasta County Superior Court.
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A Redding man shot last week during what police said was an illegal marijuana deal in Fairfield remains in serious condition today, a Fairfield police sergeant said.
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Mike Riggs of the very pro-legalization Reason debunks them. My favorite is one much heard the past few years: "Marijuana should be legal because it's medicine." On this subject, Riggs quotes NORML's Allen St. Pierre: "If this were the 1920s,...
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A Cottonwood woman reported someone broke into her locked garage in the last week and stole nearly $5,000 in goods, deputies said.
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Just about half-off for this intriguing view home on a couple acres near Shasta College.
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There's a 50 percent chance of rain and thunder today in the Redding area. Forecasters at the National Weather Service in Sacramento also predict a high of 57 degrees today. That temperature should drop to 46 degrees tonight, and there's a 20 percent chance it'll rain overnight. Rain is almost a certainty for Thursday, w
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Unfortunately, there’s a problem with doing well. Even though Shasta County students graduate high school at rates higher than the state average, the majority of area students are far less likely to pack up their bags and head to college than students in similar communities. Spearheaded by the Obama Administration, a nati
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We wish we could say this once and get it over with, but members of local governing boards seem to need regular reminders, so here goes once more:
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It is not often that I agree with Geraldo Rivera, but recently he said something very practical and potentially lifesaving, when he urged black and Hispanic parents not to let their children go around wearing hoodies.
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I wonder why no one has asked, "Why hasn't the Republican Party removed that sign on 273 north?"
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Dear thief, I want you to know that when you broke into Room 110 at the Motel 6 on Hilltop Drive and stole one Savage .30-06 left-handed bolt action, serial No. 107800, and one Ithaca 20-gauge shotgun, serial No. 5290082, you stole from a 22-year-old home on military leave for nine days.
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Imagine a sidewalk preacher, Bible in hand, testifying to the crowd.
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Let's see if this makes any sense at all. Our son sent a package to us from his home, 40 miles from Seattle. He mailed it on a Monday. He put a tracer on it to make sure it got here.
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Michael Madden, Redding
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While four neighboring state parks are set to close in July, officials at McArthur-Burney Falls Memorial State Park in eastern Shasta County are planning to build a $1.1 million visitor center later this year.
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A former downtown Redding car dealership that was redeveloped into an antique mall sits empty today.
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PALO CEDRO — Foothill's chance to seize the lead in the Eastern Athletic League is going to have to wait a little longer.
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In 1912: Pittville residents were wondering if Cinder Cone, a volcano near Mt. Lassen, had erupted. Cinder Cone has been dormant for more than 100 years, but residents reported seeing volumes of smoke coming from the vicinity of the crater.
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Leaders of local agencies who met Tuesday at a community forum on homelessness agreed there's plenty of room for improvement for services for Shasta County's unsheltered population.
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A judge gave a 52-year-old Montague man permission to leave jail after a jury convicted him of dragging a Siskiyou County sheriff's deputy from a moving car.
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Weed police have two people in custody who investigators say may have murdered an 85-year-old attorney earlier this month and then may have stolen valuable items from his home.
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A multiple car pileup Tuesday afternoon blocked the eastbound lanes of Highway 44 near the Sundial Bridge for about an hour.
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There's an empty spot on a lobby wall at the Shasta County Veterans Service Office in Redding where an authentic World War I "doughboy" helmet was once on display.
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The American Psychological Association says parents and teachers must intervene in bullying as soon as they see it take place. They should tell students to stop bullying. The organization also advises parents and teachers to document and retain records of the bullying behaviors. It also says that teachers and parents should
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RED BLUFF — On a day and a field more fit for snorkeling than soccer, the Spartans put their heads together for a win.
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The Pleasant Valley boys golf team won its own tournament — the PV Invite — at Bidwell Golf Course on Monday with a team score of 392, while Enterprise came in second with a 421 and Eureka was third with a 430. Shasta finished fourth (438), Las Plumas fifth (457) and Red Bluff seventh (463).
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A 16-year-old Enterprise High School student was found safe tonight at a local supermarket after she didn't show up for track practice today.
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The Crazy/Loco Real Estate Market Things are crazy, crazy! If you would have told me a year ago that we would be seeing the "bottoming" of the real estate market in our little town of Redding, CA I would have said you're crazy, "muy loco"...but folks, I'm here to tell you we are turning the corner!
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Haven Humane Society 2nd Tuesday Club will be held April 10 at Marie Callender's on Hilltop Drive in Redding.
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A multiple car pileup this afternoon blocked the eastbound lanes of Highway 44 near the Sundial Bridge for about an hour.
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Authorities are questioning a woman after a man was taken to the hospital with a stab wound to his arm.
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We are photographing like crazy right now, senior portraits are in full swing! This soon-to-be-senior wanted a high fashion look, she is very interested in modeling so we took her out in the freezing cold and had a blast! The winter sky was the perfect backdrop and she was a trooper as it was about 45 degrees outside, yes o
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Weed police have two people in custody who investigators say may have murdered an 85-year-old attorney earlier this month and then may have stolen valuable items from his home.
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SACRAMENTO - A bill designed to close a loophole in state law that led prosecutors to offer a one-year plea bargain to a former Anderson police officer accused of raping a Millville woman he was taking to Shasta County jail passed a state Assembly committee today.
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Intriguing proposal from a resident of Tuolumne County, Craig A. Will, offered in response to today's story about the Board of Supervisors debate. The supervisor candidates as reported in your March 26 news article are arguing over minor issues, when...
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Though it may snow before the spring has really sprung I think we are looking good. There has been wind and rain but that is March, Eh? I’m itching to grow something but I won’t rush it. The catnip is roaring back. Herbs, the more aromatic the better, sound just right for this season. Tomatoes […]
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Reports are compiled by Western Outdoor News. Call 800-290-2929. BEST BITES TRINITY RIVER, Lewiston — The river was in decent shape down to Douglas City, but flows were higher and the water somewhat off-color and flowing high, but fishable down to the North Fork. The river was blown out below that point. A very few fresh
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Redding's oldest church is the African Methodist Episcopal (AME) Zion Church located at the corner of Trinity and California Street. In the late 1880s, Bishop Calvin Petty organized several emigration parties in North Carolina who traveled by train to northern...
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ARCHERY 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 Straight Arrow Bowhunters, Redding: Hosts events and shoots at its range. Annual membership is $60. Information: www.straightarrowbowhunter
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We recall this one listed recently as an auction item. Must not have sold, listed for less. BOM is agent jargon for “back on market.” Perhaps a bit difficul
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Good on the senator: SACRAMENTO - U.S. Senator Dianne Feinstein says if California lawmakers don't act to clamp down on "predatory" disability access lawsuits she may author federal legislation to do just that. In a March 8 letter to fellow...
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Sage and Bacon Scalloped Potatoes
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This immigration problem is getting out of hand. I thought Canadians were known for being friendly.
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The month of March was both painful and hilarious. Enjoy.
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A 56-year-old man gave an acquaintance a ride late last night in Red Bluff and saw his passenger steal his car while threatening to cut his throat, police said.
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A 31-year-old man, a juvenile accomplice and a third suspect who hasn't been found broke into O'Reilly Auto Parts early this morning and stole around 70 cans of spray paint, police said.
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Three people in a stolen van led police on a chase through Redding early this morning, and two of them were eventually arrested.
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It's going to be a wet, windy and altogether stormy day today in Redding. Forecasters at the National Weather Service in Sacramento predict a high of 49 degrees for the city and a 100 percent chance of precipitation. They've also issued a wind advisory, warning that gusts up to 50 mph may blow through the area from 11 a.m.
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Shasta County education officials kicked off a countywide initiative Monday aimed at improving students’ chances of educational and economic success after high school. During a Women’s Fund lunchtime forum in the Redding Library’s community room, the audience of nearly 130 learned more about Reach Higher Shasta, a com
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We can't afford to let our children take the path of least resistance through school. It sells them short as individuals — and the whole community suffers with them.
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From the moment it was created as part of the 1974 Proposition 9 political reform initiative, California's Fair Political Practices Commission has operated on the presumption that politicians and their most active campaign aides and backers should never be fully trusted.
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An excellent article appeared in the Record Searchlight on March 13 by Judy Pearson. She made some points that deserve intense acknowledgment and action. I spent several decades in training and in practice in the California system of mental health.
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I have read so many negative responses to Ron Compton's March 9 letter that when I came to the one that predicted that not one member of our fine community would come out in support of his hyperbolic parody, I had to respond.
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I've heard weird rumors about what Sierra Pacific was trying to pry out of the Forest Service regarding the day the Moonlight Fire broke out --- a fire that burned some 65,000 acres and left the federal government seeking millions...
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You know, even as we stand by every word of the other week's editorial about Christian clubs in schools, I can see why people just prefer to draw firm lines about this sort of thing. Cause, you know, over at...
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In 1912:The annual excursion and outing of the California press association was scheduled to be held at Shasta Springs in late May where the editors planned to drink the water. The association had never been to the northern end of the state with its picturesque scenery and famous mineral water.
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Could Redding's economy be showing signs of recovery?
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Rick Bosetti filed a complaint on Monday with the state's election watchdog agency alleging fellow Republican 1st District Assembly candidate Brian Dahle violated campaign finance reporting requirements by hiding more than $80,000 in campaign donations.
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Machelle Sanders' stress level is manageable these days. Sanders, 39, is one of 69 homeowners in Shasta County who have qualified for a state program that helps people stay in their homes.
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Redding intends to keep under wraps a pair of investigative reports on mismanagement and hostile workplace allegations in the electric utility's customer service department.
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A Cottonwood area couple who attended Ann Coulter's appearance Friday at vintner Reverge Anselmo's winery near Shingletown say the vintner and restaurateur shoved the wife into a cabinet and threatened to stuff a $100 bill down her throat.
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The five candidates vying for the District 4 Board of Supervisors seat were quick to call each other out Monday night at a sometimes heated debate held by the Redding Tea Party Patriots.
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The five candidates vying for the District 4 Board of Supervisors seat were quick to call each other out Monday night at a sometimes heated debate held by the Redding Tea Party Patriots.
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Skeletal remains, including a skull, were found by a hiker Sunday near the border between Tehama and Butte counties, Tehama County sheriff's deputies reported Monday.
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A pair of storms will move through Redding this week, bringing more rain to the area after a dry Monday and soaked weekend.
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That Kitchen Place in Redding will hold an eighth anniversary party with some of the proceeds going to the Veterans Resource Center.
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Ron Kramer, who helped spearhead the renovation of Redding's historic Cascade Theatre, has been notified he won't be Jefferson Public Radio's executive director after June 30.
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The BBC reports on a new study suggesting that people "who ate chocolate a few times a week were, on average, slimmer than those who ate it occasionally. "Even though chocolate is loaded with calories, it contains ingredients that may...
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What do you call it? That moment when someone walks into your life, opens a door in your heart, puts their feet up on your coffee table and makes themselves at home? When you realize that the stranger you just met is going to be a part of you forever? There ought to be a name for that.
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Well here's a turnabout. Jim Nielsen's office emails: (Sacramento) - Assemblyman Jim Nielsen (R-Gerber) announced that Assembly bill (AB) 1506, of which he is a principal coauthor, was passed in the Assembly Natural Resources Committee today, with bipartisan support. AB...
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This is the City Meat Market that once stood on the south side of Main Street at Shasta. It was established by Peter Hoff in 1855 but was destroyed by fire in 1878 and rebuilt. All that remains of his...
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David Crane, a former adviser to Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger though I believe a Democrat, outlines in this scary column the billions of dollars worth of new costs --- largely related to retirement and health care costs, including future Obamacare obligations...
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Allen Ginsberg before he was famous and before he was dead, was a poet. Or at least he said he was, which is pretty much all you have to do to become one – I guess it worked out all right. I currently live a few blocks from where he is said to have written […]
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From the blog of Hilary Martin, a fee-only financial planner in Silicon Valley: "...there are plenty of people willing to make public predictions about things that are unpredictable, and most of them are wrong, and the ones that turn out...
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Voices of Faith — The U.S. Supreme Court unanimously upheld the right of religious institutions to use ministerial exception to bypass employee discrimination protections and fire staff. Do you think it’s the right decision? Why/Why not?
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Dear Babe: We found a boxing ticket that was with items from my grandfather for the boxing match between Jack Johnson and James Jeffries on July 4, 1910. There were two other names on the ticket -- Jack Gleason and Tex Richard. The ticket cost $25. It is the larger section on the left of the ticket that includes the photos.
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The California Department of Transportation has rescheduled the closure of Cypress Avenue at the Interstate 5 undercrossing for next week, officials announced today.
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Champion Raceway in Medford has posted their Tentative 2012 Schedule at the link April 20 & 21 KOOL APRIL NITES & KOOL APRIL DRAGS!!! Our biggest baddest race of the season!!! Must see-Friday and Saturday -See Jetcar ‘THE BEAST’ Nostalgi
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A Chico man reported sleeping nude inside his vehicle outside Rolling Hill Casino in Corning was arrested Saturday on drug charges after sheriff’s deputies said they found inside his car a hypodermic syringe which they suspected contained methamphetamine.
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Skeletal remains, including a skull, were found by a hiker Sunday near the border between Tehama and Butte counties, Tehama County sheriff’s deputies reported today.
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Beauty is in the eye of the beholder, but no question this is one of the most beautifully photographed homes we’ve seen recently.
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Dumb and dumber don’t realize their trucks are in reverse… Chaos follows.
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A 36-year-old Redding man was arrested this morning on suspicion of assaulting a newspaper deliveryman with a fire extinguisher after he apparently thought the man had burglarized his car, police said.
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Although it once listed for $680K, it seems to have last sold for $450,000 in 2007.
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Erin runs the Sacramento River Trail, working out in preparation for fundraising via Dancing with the Stars Shasta County. A fundraiser for The Shasta County Women’s Refuge. It’s going to be a lot of hard work to get ready for this big event. Click on the image below to Like Erin and Max on Faceb
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There’s a 40 percent chance of scattered showers in Redding today before another wet storm moves into Northern California late tonight, officials with the National Weather Service in Sacramento say. Today’s high will be around 54 degrees. Winds could be between 8 to 11 mph with gusts as strong as 18 mph. Tuesday’s for
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Northern Hispanic Latino Coalition presents the Tenth Annual Cesar Chavez/Latino Graduation. Entertainment Commemorative Speakers Folkloric Dancers Head Start Singers Tostada Dinner with drink: $2.50! (all proceeds go to scholarships) When: Mar 28, 6 - 8 p.m. Memorial March - 6 p.m. sharp Where: Anderson Community Center 18
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Early detection is critical in treating breast cancer.  The Mercy Regional Cancer Center will host a free breast cancer screening for qualifying women 40-years of age and older who meet the eligibility requirements for the Every Woman Counts - Breast Cancer Early Detection Program.  The screening will take place on Thursd
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Shasta County Supervisor Les Baugh has styled himself the "grass roots" candidate for state Senate, going up against the political establishment in the form of Republican incumbent Sen. Ted Gaines.
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Mitt Romney moves ever closer as the GOP's challenger to Barack Obama in the coming presidential election. To bolster his appeal among the noisy sects of the Republican Party, Romney has been running far to the right of where he was as governor of Massachusetts. This means he must attack the Affordable Care Act, which t
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Why is safe nuclear energy generation technology never brought up?
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I just wanted to say what a wonderful program Haven Humane Society has for feral cats.
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Many people achieve great things in their lives, one being playing for your country in the world arena and being known by millions of fans throughout the globe.
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ANDERSON — The California Department of Transportation and the city of Anderson are planning to build a $5 million roundabout interchange and secondary Interstate 5 offramp access to the Shasta Outlets shopping center.
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It was a duck marsh Friday afternoon inside Vince Aiello's living room as his granddaughter Maddie Nightingale practiced her bird calling.
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In 1912: H. Harrill, special deputy grand chancellor of the Knights of Pythias organization, was in Cottonwood and likely would install a lodge in that town.
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A Redding-based nonprofit normally focused on sustainable and low-income housing is making a bid to operate Castle Crags State Park in Castella.
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Yep, Pete, we’ll get through this together.Filed under: Thoughts & Musings
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Outdoor grows are so passe, suggests this LA Times profile of "master growers." Excerpt: Big Wes (not his real name) is new breed of cultivator, a "master grower" who produces marijuana that is potent and mold-free, tastes smooth and has...
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A car struck a telephone pole near the intersection of Highway 299 and Hawley Road in Redding this afternoon, but it doesn't appear anyone was injured, dispatchers said.
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I took this photo standing on the Clear Creek Bridge on Clear Creek Road looking downstream. The area of the bushes and brush in the center of the photo is the exact spot where Major Reading and his Indians made...
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We recall this most recently as a failed short sale listed for $159K. Guess the seller wanted more. Hm. Image above looks a bit pixelated. Well, just another reason to see it in p
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A white passenger vehicle crashed into a tree this morning in the south Redding area, and a gray pickup did the same thing several minutes later along the same stretch of Churn Creek Road.
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Let’s play a little iPod Roulette… Spin the wheel and up pops… Mother-In-Law by Ernie K-Doe: Wow, The Laws Of Chance dug pretty deep in the ol’ archives for this classic! I think this is on a Billboard compilation of #1 Hits (1961)… or at least that’s what it says on the little glowing s
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A shout out to Brad Banner, Butte County's environmental health director, for helping organize a roundtable of county, state and federal regulators to meet with small farm advocate Joel Salatin when he's in Chico April 16. Topic: how to remove...
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The print editions of today's Record Searchlight do not contain the Sudoku and crossword puzzles, due to a production error.
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Redding these days does seem to attract an eclectic mix of folks from around the U.S. and the world. Like chef Reynald Tel. Here's some more on him - the web site (still under construction) for his catering business and...
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It's already a wet morning in Redding, but conditions could worsen later today, bringing hail and thunder to the area. Forecasters at the National Weather Service in Sacramento predict a high of 49 degrees and a chance of thunderstorms after 11 a.m. There's also a chance storms in the area will produce small hail. Tonight
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Hello, election year. A time when we can slip, sometimes even by choice, into an alternate reality, a parallel universe where nobody actually means the things they say and if they do, they're not going to get elected.
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Republicans in the state Legislature are shameless hypocrites, but they're also right.
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I'm a little frustrated with the current debate about energy independence. The argument for increased domestic oil production over alternative energy funding to solve our gas crisis is certainly attractive, but we're ignoring the long-term consequences in the fight against terrorism.
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Is it time to reconsider self-defense laws in America? The killing of 17-year-old Trayvon Martin in Florida has generated new scrutiny on self-defense laws across the country. Martin was shot to death by a neighborhood volunteer, George Zimmerman, who said he was acting in self-defense — and Florida's "stand y
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I as a father have some experience with the type of punishment our schools use for students, such as the one in the news accused of giving out marijuana brownies.
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My wife and I saw the opening performance of "Lend Me A Tenor" at the Riverfront Playhouse. It's a winner.
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This is in regard to your editorial last Sunday endorsing Rose Smith for Shasta Lake City Council.
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Republicans claim that they are the party that believes in the Constitution and smaller government.
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This is a thank you to the League of Women Voters and to the Shasta Lake Chamber of Commerce for sponsoring the two candidate forums that were held in Shasta Lake.
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Ken Archuleta's last vitriolic left-wing tirade was launched against Thomas Sowell, the brilliant black conservative editorial writer. I never cease to be amazed at the hatred liberals spew against all black conservatives.
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I hope Bruce Ross doesn't believe all "birthers" are morons, but the tone of his March 18 column seems to echo Barack Obama's "flat-earth" insult, by stating that we are being "scammed."
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Thank you for your recent front-page article "After-school programs nurture biblical values."
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Bob Shepherd, Redding
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My daughter, Payton, participated in the North State County Spelling Bee this year. We were all surprised and proud she would be representing her school at the bee. We marked our calendar for the big day and set to work tackling the study guide in preparation.
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It's simple to Google, but it's not always easy to get it right. We've all been frustrated by typing something into the search bar, only to be bombarded with a bunch of junk: pages of search results, filled with links from questionable sources. Results that aren't what you were looking for.
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Brittany Degen and Aaron Moore, both of Redding, are engaged to be married June 2, 2012, at the Riverview Country Club in Redding. The bride-elect is the daughter of Beth McGram of Redding. She attended California State University, Chico. Her fiance is the son of Renee Pruett of Redding. He attended UCLA and Boston Univer
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In a time when women's rights are under siege politically, economically and reproductively, Women's History Month serves to remind those of us at midlife of the influential women who laid the groundwork for the revolutionary changes -- the choices, the opportunities -- that many of us have come to take for granted.
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A few weeks age we addressed some qualifying issues pertaining to long-term care and Medi-Cal qualifications. The article noted that married couples have a more generous set of rules including exempt assets that would allow one of the spouses to qualify for Medi-Cal. The Spousal Impoverishment Act passed in 1988 is adjusted
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Roseanna Santos and Jason Stevenson, both of Redding, were married Feb. 25, 2012, at Mt. Shasta Resort in Mount Shasta. The ceremony was followed by a reception at the resort. The bride is the daughter of Glenn Santos of Redding and Dianne Presta of Redding. The groom is the son of Beverly and Stan Stevenson of Redding.
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Kenneth and Patricia Combs of Redding celebrated their 60th wedding anniversary on March 15, 2012, at a celebration at home. They were married March 15, 1952, in Reno, Nev. They started building their home on a parcel beside Pat's mother, Jewel Weyler, and they still live there today. They have three children: Kenneth And
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After a winter with very little rainfall, spring is proving to be much wetter in the north state.
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Receipts: Friday, 571 Previous week: 444 Compared to previous week: Butcher cows steady. Bulls steady to $5 higher. Feeder cattle 400-650 lbs steady; over 700 lbs $3-$5 lower. Small lots and singles $7-$15 below top offerings. Slaughter cows: Breakers: $70-$75; high dress, $79, boning, $63-$68 Cutters: $57-$62 Bulls 1 and 2
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Despite the downpour Saturday, people trickled into the Helping Hands Boutique to obtain the free children's clothes that church volunteers offered.
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A winning lottery ticket in Friday's Mega Millions lottery was purchased at a gas station in Cottonwood.
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SHASTA LAKE — A former Shasta Lake Fire Protection District director has accused the current board of violating state open-government laws.
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Choked to a trickle by the dry winter, the McCloud River rebelliously purled Feb. 13 as Caleen Sisk led anthropologist Lyla Johnston through parched shrubbery to an endangered Winnemem Wintu sacred site.
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Note to readers: This week's column is written by Heather Neal.
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Many people who have gone through a hospital stay or undergone outpatient treatment or procedures have experienced harried medical personnel.
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Q: Monty, I drive a truck and something I've noticed quite regularly are the number of people driving in heavy rain without their headlights on. I see not only motorists but also law enforcement vehicles without their lights on. Last week I had two CHP cars pass me in one day with their lights off in a pourin
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Maybe the takeaway from Redding Airports Manager Rod Dinger's recruiting trip to Florida is airlines are in a holding pattern in 2012.
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ANDERSON —Anthony P. Chavez, grandson of civil rights leader Cesar Chavez, will join the 10th march and scholarship event sponsored by the Northern Hispanic Latino Coalition on Wednesday at Anderson City Hall.
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In 1912: A deed of trust for $3 million from the Sierra Power Co. to the Oakland Bank of Savings was filed with the county recorder. It was stated the money would be used for the construction of a power plant on Battle Creek, east of Manton. The company expected to be ready to deliver power in the fall.
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One day Karlene Stoker might be toting a baby hummingbird around as she runs her errands, another day reuniting a baby killdeer with its parents.
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West Valley High's Kayla Vazquez set the third-best pole vault mark in Northern Section history with a mark of 10-feet, 6 inches Friday, and the Eagles won both the boys and girls divisions at the Eagle Classic Relays in Cottonwood.
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A few weeks age we addressed some qualifying issues pertaining to long-term care and Medi-Cal qualifications.
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The winning lottery ticket in Friday's Mega Millions lottery was purchased at a gas station in Cottonwood.
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We are a special case here in the Redding area. But it’s interesting to see analysis of statewide trends from the California Association of Realtors.
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Actually, less. This one last sold for $250K back in 2005.
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... is the Democratic state treasurer who forthrightly faced up to the state's pension problems and found a way to fix them. Don't you think some ambitious California Democrat might notice that and follow Gina Raimondo's path? Not yet,...
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A warning was recently issued by the Apartment Owners Association regarding a lady named Sunny operating a sham business called Successful Rent. Sunny claims to represent out of country tenants looking to rent homes or apartments. She contacts landlords of vacant properties, sends someone over to fill out an application
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This grand old building was built in 1893 by Charles Crocker, one of the owners of Central Pacific Railroad. It is located at Lower Soda Springs in the Sacramento River Canyon and is still in excellent condition and being used...
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This grand old building was built in 1893 by Charles Crocker, one of the owners of Central Pacific Railroad. It is located at Lower Soda Springs in the Sacramento River Canyon and is still in excellent condition and being used...
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Curious item on the Board of Supervisors' agenda for Tuesday, a letter of support for Redding-based Innovations Housing's proposal to California State Parks to operate Castle Crags. Maybe they should change the name to Innovations Tents. It seemed rather outside...
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Redding Police officers have one suspect in custody after a chase that began on Victory lane.
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Authorities are searching for a man who stole a car from a Reno man who was in town for a wedding and led police on an early morning chase.
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Chef Reynald explains the menu. The menu changes continuously.
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Storms will soak Redding over the next week as highs remain in the 50s during the next week. The National Weather Service is reporting an 80 percent chance of rain today after 11 a.m., as the skies drop between a quarter and a half inch of rain on the north state today. Temperatures will reach 51 before dropping to around
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In my experience, gardening is a motivating and compelling force to bring people together. Even with our time and attention constantly split and fractured, we still find ways to come together over gardening - perhaps particularly so over food gardening. While there are pros and cons to the ever increasing presence of techno
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Hey y'all -We got to Amsterdam safely after a few false starts and near-panics, but everything is fine now. The weather is PERFECT. I don't need a coat or scarf or hat, or even a long-sleeved sweater.We are both feeling our age quite a bit with all the walking, but it's good for us, or so
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Say what you will about Shasta Lake City Councilwoman Dolores Lucero, but the woman has tenacity.
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There are two kinds of people in this world, I've come to believe — those who see only the "sticker price" when they buy a car, a house or a vacation to Disneyland, and those who figure in the taxes, the fees and the cost of borrowing money over time.
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Quality of life affects all of us. Not just the rich and poor, not just the Republicans and Democrats, but all of us.
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As a member of The Salvation Army Advisory Board, I would like to thank the thousands of volunteers who helped to make 2011 a successful year even in these times of hardship in Redding and Shasta County.
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St. Patrick's Day has come and gone here, and apparently our local newspaper is living in its own bubble.
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The Red Bluff and West Valley High softball teams became familiar with how preseason tournaments are both beneficial and frustrating.
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Baseball can be the most humbling sport on earth.
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Winter came to a close this week, and in honor of that, I've compiled the top five collegiate athletes in the area for winter sports — men's and women's basketball, and wrestling.
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The All-Northern Section basketball teams were announced on Friday, and the lineups are littered with local standouts for boys and girls.
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The Shasta College softball team earned a split in a wild doubleheader with Feather River on the road in Quincy on Friday, winning the opener 8-7 in extra innings and losing the nightcap 5-4 while placing themselves alone in second place in the Golden Valley Conference.
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Vintner Reverge Anselmo is facing legal backlash after Shasta County filed a cross-complaint against him over one of his pending lawsuits against the county.
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A 21-year-old Redding panhandler who boasted to police that he can make up to $500 a day if he "really hustles people" was arrested Thursday on four outstanding warrants, police said Friday.
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When Kristi Mercer first switched to online payments for student loans, she didn't expect a six-month battle.
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Though Shasta County's unemployment rate rose in February for the fourth straight month, the north state's job market continues to show signs of life.
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Conservative celebrity Ann Coulter visited a Shasta County vineyard Friday night, drawing political names and regular citizens from around the north state and beyond.
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A Redding woman who says she's a Playboy model is in trouble with the law, allegedly for taking photographs instead of posing for them.
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Supervisors of the officer who shot and killed a Chihuahua and a pit bull crossbreed inside a north Redding motel room last week say he acted appropriately, but they refused to release reports describing the shooting or identify who pulled the trigger.
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A fundraiser to help the small nonprofit Northern California Veterans Museum & Heritage Center in Redding build itself a permanent home is set for next Saturday at the Redding Jet Center.
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A 21-year-old Redding panhandler who boasted to police that he can make up to $500 a day if he “really hustles people” was arrested Thursday on four outstanding warrants, police said today
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Redding man shot in Fairfield
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E-waste event today at Target
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Murray Blake, Redding
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Ann Divine, Redding
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Say what you will about Shasta Lake City Councilwoman Dolores Lucero, but the woman has tenacity.
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A 23-year-old Redding man was shot twice in Fairfield after driving there to possibly make a deal for marijuana, the Fairfield Daily Republic reported.
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We have a winner! Dennis hit the nail on the head at 10:03 am with his answer: "Its a hearse and they are pushing it out of the mud up a hill to the cemetary thats behind the church off...
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April is Sexual Assault Awareness Month-Come support Shasta Women's refuge and Take Back the Night Event supporting survivors of Sexual Assault.
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Nathan Boydstun a Shata High School Varsity Football player, has been chosen to play Down Under in Australia for the 24th annual Down Under Bowl
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Mulch has many benefits, but in early spring a thick layer of mulch can slow ground warming, and that delays seed germinating and the emergence of perennials. In areas where cold ground is a concern, rake mulch aside temporarily to allow sunlight to warm soil. Don’t move it too far, however, because you’ll want to bring
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Poison oak can trigger misery -- an intensely itchy rash. Here's what you should know about the common north state plant and what to do is you have a brush with it.
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Tillandsias don't need a pot of soil to grow, so the air plants can be featured in lots of creative ways.
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Can you give me some quick advice about building my own cold frame and raised bed?
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Ask Anna columnist Anna Mosely has a simple solution for keeping carpets looking good between annual cleanings.
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Most of us have heard of the well-known scenic tourist train that ran between Fort Bragg and Willits lovingly dubbed the Skunk Train.
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Supervisors of the officer who shot and killed two dogs inside a north Redding motel room last week say he acted appropriately, but they refused to release reports describing the shooting or identify who pulled the trigger.
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What is the vehicle (not year and make) and what are the men doing with it? Welcome to the History Mystery Photo Contest! If you are the first person to correctly answer the two questions about the mystery photo,...
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We Realtors were very concerned about proposed added level of state government regulation with new rules over septic systems. Basically, it would have imposed very expensive testing at point of sale for all the septic systems around the Shasta County
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Babes In Total Control of their Happiness present the second annual B.O.B. Ball on Saturday, March 24 at the Redding Moose Lodge on Lake Blvd. The theme of the evening is Mardi Gras, with the event starting at 5 p.m. with a no-host bar, prime rib dinner,  silent auction and drawings.   This is a benefit [...]
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14 month old Lucas was diagnosed with Choroid Plexus Carcinoma, a tumor in the brain that measured the size of a tangerine. Lucas underwent surgery to remove the tumor and test showed Lucas was in the clear. 3 months later, Lucas’ family learned that their son’s tumor recurred and to make matters worse, a new [...]
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Clothes rubbing against each other in the dryer form static electricity. Many people use dryer sheets to remove it. The dryer sheets cause the lint trap to clog, extending drying times and wearing out your dryer. Liquid fabric softeners are a better choice however some people have allergic reactions to the fumes or t
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It's shaping up to be a soggy weekend with snow in the mountains. According to the National Weather Service, it's going to be mostly sunny today in Redding with a high temperature near 56 degrees. Rain should start to fall tonight. There's a 50 percent chance of rain after 11 p.m. Winds could gust as high as 18 mph. Rai
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This one seems to have last sold in 2003 for $297K. Get it now for less.
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We are all pinching pennies these days. Maybe a wage earner has lost a job, or in the case of the younger generation, hasn’t been able to find a job yet. Increased costs for health care and gas and unexpected traumas can leave families strapped for cash, or worse. What do you do when you [...]
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Talk to folks at Shasta Lake's electric department and those who've inspected the numbers, and they'll say there's really no choice but for the city to raise its electric rates one way or another. The utility had been drawing down...
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Five years in court just to get a day in court?
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Obamacare dominated the 2010 midterms, driving its Democratic authors to a historic electoral shellacking. But since then, the issue has slipped quietly underground.
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With the recent decision on medical marijuana, maybe now Redding City Attorney Rick Duvernay and our confused council will listen to the people who live Proposition 215 every day, patients.
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If Garry Trudeau calls a transvaginal ultrasound "rape," what should we call the dismemberment and evacuation of the fetus by means of the transvaginal introduction of the suction cannula abortionists use to cut the fetus to pieces?
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Regarding the use of public schools for Bible classes, many public buildings are used for events, gatherings and promotions that I may not endorse, and I usually wouldn't have a problem with that. But I am not a child.
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U.S. media's attempt to publicly excuse the alleged U.S. killer of 16 Afghan women and children is an outrage.
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After round two, the Wolves still can't figure out the Eagles' pitching staff.
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The U-Prep boys golf team won with a team score of 484 on Thursday in a Five-Star League contest at Tierra Oaks that also included Liberty Christian (second place), Mercy (third) and Redding Christian (fourth).
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RED BLUFF — Jared Poore's first day in the show was one to remember.
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Troubled school districts in southern Shasta County are turning to laying off teachers, cutting their uncertificated staffs and even closing schools to cope with budget shortfalls of around $1 million.
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Man injured in Basshole bar fight
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Employees at a private boarding school in French Gulch that closed suddenly last week have filed grievances with state labor officials to try get their final paychecks.
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Three psychologists have determined that a Round Mountain man was legally insane last year when he was shot and nearly killed by a Shasta County sheriff's sergeant after reportedly firing an arrow at two deputies.
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SHASTA LAKE — Whether the city's recent electric rate hike will stand is now in question as Councilwoman Dolores Lucero on Thursday turned in enough signatures on a petition for a referendum on the increase.
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Shasta County home sales continued their surge in February — propelled by low interest rates, affordability and a tight inventory that has helped stabilize prices at the lower end.
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So concludes Curtis Knight of CalTrout in this OpEd, published in the Mt. Shasta Herald, calling on Congress to pass legislation putting the Klamath agreements into effect. Boy, the status quo might not be an option. But given the makeup...
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School districts sent 76 teachers layoff notices in March, a number tempered by the biggest districts offering retirement incentives in lieu of pink slips, school officials said.
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Partnership aims to help businesses
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Redding Police officers cited two people for selling alcohol to minors after conducting compliance checks at 14 Redding businesses Thursday.
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Obamacare dominated the 2010 midterms, driving its Democratic authors to a historic electoral shellacking. But since then, the issue has slipped quietly underground.
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Sean Merritt, Redding
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David Haddon, Redding
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Five years in court just to get a day in court?
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Jenny Abbe Moyer, Redding
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Bob Walden, Redding
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Far from it. Wondering about the same question Marc asked the other day, I fooled around with my telephone today and got in touch with backers of the Knighton and Churn Creek Commons project, who have indeed been quiet --...
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Authorities are looking for a burglar who stole $90 in quarters and a camera from a Red Bluff home.
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East Cottonwood Elementary School will be closing at the end of this year for the final time as its parent district copes with a $1 million budget hole -- about 15 percent of its total budget.
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SHASTA LAKE — Whether the city’s recent electric rate hike will stand is now in question as Councilwoman Dolores Lucero today turned in enough signatures on a petition for a referendum on the increase.
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Chorizo Stuffed Mushrooms
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Sweet Potato Hash
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Whether you realize it or not, if you own a home with precious equity, homestead laws offer protection from debt collectors pursuing an involuntary sale of your home to pay a judgement. Most homes potentially have automatic  homestead protection or homeowners can legally declare a homestead to add additional benefit
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Brian Dahle, the farmer and Lassen County supervisors running for Assembly, reports remarkably strong fund-raising, largely from fellow farmers and ranchers up in Big Valley and Alturas. Money's not everything in politics, but it's how candidates for the big leagues...
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A car went off the roadway and into Churn Creek north of Redding this afternoon, and its driver and passenger apparently walked away from the crash.
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Many people harbor irrational and seemingly arbitrary prejudices and dislikes. You know, pet peeves like hairless cats or people who pick their teeth in public. I, however, have a blinding hatred for one thing in particular. I cannot stand the music of the late Jim Croce. I realize that “hating” a deceased 1970
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A 25-year-old Zenia man was arrested on suspicion of possessing drugs and stolen property Wednesday after deputies served a search warrant on his home in southern Trinity County.
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The details in this essay by Rick Hasen -- a professor and campaign-finance expert -- about how lobbyists play the game will make you pull your hair out....
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East Cottonwood School to be closed among numerous cuts approved by school board.
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Using Flash mobs for community renewal projects.
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Attention all UC Berkeley alum! The annual scholarship fundraising banquet is scheduled for May 4th at the Riverview Country Club. Come join your fellow Cal Bears for fine food, raffles and guest speakers
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There's going to be a pizza-eating contest Saturday afternoon at the outlet mall in Anderson. 25 bucks to enter (that'll also get you a T-shirt). Organized by Mary's Pizza Shack's Cathy Byerly, it's a fundraiser for the Women's Refuge and...
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In 1912, the 16-sleeping room Palm Hotel was built by Orrin and Ellen McCabe on the same spot where the Foster Hotel had once stood - the southeast corner of Main and Front Street, facing Front Street in Cottonwood. The...
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Chicken Curry Soup
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Shasta County sheriff’s deputies were unable to find a suspect who led them on a brief car and foot chase this morning after stealing an SUV from an Anderson car lot.
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Patience Abbe, died on, March 17, 2012, at the age of 87 in Redding, California of natural causes. Born on July 22, 1924 in Paris, France, she and her two brothers became best selling authors in 1936 when their non-fiction book, "Around the World in Eleven Years," became a runaway hit, published in seven languages, includ
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This is totally crazy. Although it would be amazing to fly I don’t think my tiny arms could take the abuse. Let’s hope he doesn’t try to take the human bird wing device off of the Eiffel Tower.
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A man suffered head trauma in a fight Tuesday night at the Basshole Bar and Grill in Lakehead, but deputies are unsure whether the wounded man was the victim or the aggressor.
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The rain that fell in Redding early this morning should taper off, heralding a dry afternoon. The National Weather Service says there's a 30 percent chance of showers before 11 a.m. The rest of the day should be sunny with a high near 58 degrees. Tonight will be partly cloudy with a low around 41. Friday will be mostly su
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Buy this 191 acres, and they’ll throw in this treasure map: Looks like somebody had big plans for the rolling manzanita and digger pines off Pine Grove in Shasta Lake
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Scott Valley Theatre Company and Scott Valley Bank are proud to announce the return of San Francisco’s Blame Sally to Etna’s historic Avery Theatre on March 31st.  The “Sallies” are the first of four 2012 “Scott Valley Bank at the Avery” benefit performances. Blame Sally - a Bay Area phenomenon - combines lush
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We all know the story of the Lorax – that witty and word-twisting story from Theodor Seuss Geisel that has taught generations of soon-to-be tree huggers about the consequences of wiping out whole species. I have always enjoyed this story - in fact, it’s right up there with “The Giving Tree” as one of my [...]
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There’s an old song published in 1918 with lyrics by Joe Young and Sam M. Lewis titled How ‘Ya Gonna Keep ‘Em Down On the Farm (After They’ve Seen Paree)?   It’s about soldiers returning from Europe in WWI and what they saw “Over There” (another classic WWI song). After seeing Paris, the song intimates, how
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Can you guess the solution to the PictoGram Puzzler?  Filed under: Thoughts & Musings
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Grant School is proud to present Disney's Mulan (Jr.) playing this weekend only, Friday, March 23 at 7:00 pm and Saturday, March 24 at 2:00 and 7:00. Performances happen in Grant School's Watson Gymnasium, up on Swasey Drive in Redding, right off of Placer Rd. You can get more information at 243-0561. Based on the [...]
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Good news about California is in short supply these days, but here's cause for celebration: Fewer children are having children.
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The most compelling sentences in the Obama administration's brief defending the constitutionality of the health care law come early on. "As a class," the brief advises on page 7, "the uninsured consumed $116 billion of health care services in 2008."
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Given our apparently insatiable appetite for barbeque, it seems a smart move: Julie and Jerry Umsted’s decision last fall to close their popular 2-year-old BBQ joint in Palo Cedro and move it to the busy East Cypress and Larkspur intersection in Redding.
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Artist Cecilia Hostetler has been a veterinarian, theologian, financial manager and writer. She studied theology in the shadow of the Coliseum in Rome and worked in the heart of Zurich’s financial district
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While I won't speculate on Silas Lyons' motives, I do have some thoughts regarding his presentation and logic in his March 11 column, "Pols' pledges mock democracy."
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I suggest that economics teacher Gary Strickler (letter, March 14) inform us on why the major problem over the past 30 years has been the government's failure to rein in spending, and why cutting spending will solve our country's problems. I've been waiting a long time for someone to do this.
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Any concerns that the venerable Civic Auditorium would lose its hard-rock credibility under Bethel Church management will be mollified—if not outright demolished—when Five Finger Death Punch takes the stage Wednesday.
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It’s Friday night and you’re getting ready for a night on the town with some friends, and all seems well and good, save one question: Where do you go first? The Rusty Nail, of course.
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On Friday at noon, people all over the United States will be gathering to Stand Up for Religious Freedom.
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In a sport dominated by elite pitching, the Knights are winning with offensive firepower.
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PALO CEDRO — Foothill High School can win close games, too.
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One of the deepest softball tournaments in the north state is set to kick off once again at Big League Dreams on Friday.
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The Shasta High baseball team won its home opener in a rout, 16-0, in five innings over Oroville on Wednesday behind a combined no-hit effort from pitchers Dean McMurtrey and Wade Gulden.
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A line of American Indian dancers, clad in white robes bespeckled with fluorescent yellow, blue and red hues, stand behind a 15-year-old girl, who begins her dance by spinning.
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On the eve of Councilwoman Dolores Lucero's deadline to turn in signatures for a referendum against the city's recent electric rate hike, a Shasta Lake man elaborated on his claims that a woman lied to get him to sign the petition.
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A retired Redding police sergeant who spent more than two years in Afghanistan working with the NATO-led International Security Assistance Force mentoring Afghan police officers died Saturday at his Lake California home after suffering a heart attack, his wife said Wednesday.
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After more than three years of public review, numerous public hearings and at least two revisions, state officials have issued the final draft of new septic system rules.
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A Redding jeweler, who police say may have been buying jewelry taken from at least eight Shasta County homes, was arrested Wednesday afternoon on suspicion of receiving stolen property and suspicion of illegally operating a gold shop.
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It's one thing to have your say on an issue; it's quite another to have your words carry some weight.
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View 202 donates to Turtle Bay Park
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Deputies say drug deal led to shooting
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Given that cycling is one of my favorite activities, I receive a lot of questions about the benefits of riding a bike.
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Shasta Blood Center is in need of A-, AB- and B-, O+ and O- blood. BloodSource is in need of A- and O- blood. Platelet and plasma donors are also needed.
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Drug dependency classes scheduled
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Diabetes managed with diet, exercise
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Lisa Ferguson had a great idea.
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Egg Fu Young
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Carnitas Pork
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Two cars collided in front of Happy Valley Elementary School this afternoon, completely blocking the road.
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Nice to see a unanimous ruling of the U.S. Supreme Court against the EPA in the Sackett case. From Bloomberg: The justices today unanimously ruled in favor of an Idaho couple blocked by the EPA from building a home on...
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On July 9, 1970 it was moving day for the century-old Igo School as it made its sentimental journey from Igo to the Shasta District Fairgrounds where volunteers were eagerly waiting to turn it into a museum piece. When this...
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Well, it’s still strange to sit down and try to come up with a cartoon idea without trying to tailor it for Pete’s usage. I didn’t really realize what a big part of my creative life he had become. Sigh. At least I’ve got a box full of ideas and sketches I can go through, [...]
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Excerpts from a blog post by a former boss: PR bright ideas that don't work: Beware these dumb campaigns By Gilbert Moore I have never quite understood why otherwise shrewd, honest and sensible people can be so easily talked into...
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Redding police officers served a search warrant today at a downtown jewelry store they said might be connected with a rash of recent burglaries.
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March is Women's History Month. Women who have been affected by Alzheimer's disease remain an example of lifelong strength and inspire the people who care for them to strive for their own strength.
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History 101... If you missed an earlier presentation by the Shasta Historical Society on the Carr family of Shasta County, you have another opportunity to hear about the significant role Judge Francis Carr, Senator John McColl and others contributed to the development of the Central Valley Project. Learn how his son, Lauren
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If you would like to know a little about the amazing artistic ability of art students for Anderson New Technology High School, you have to check out this short article. You might be surprised at how amazing some of the artistic abilities of the students are at New Tech.
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Former NEA Chairman joins the county winners in state Senate chambers on Monday, March 26--Competition to be webcast live. Yreka High School student Nicholas Cordell will represent Siskiyou County in the statewide competition.
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Simpson University will hold its annual athletic fundraising golf tournament at Tierra Oaks Club on Friday, May 4.
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MY box. My utility box. Something is not right
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A Red Bluff man was arrested on suspicion of possessing brass knuckles and a methamphetamine pipe after he was pulled over Tuesday afternoon after allegedly running a stop sign.
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A 34-year-old Los Molinos man had a bullet graze his scalp Tuesday evening after he was shot at by a 56-year-old felon who had a slew of illegal items and drugs stashed inside a Red Bluff apartment.
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A Sept. 25 trial date has been set for a 21-year-old Redding man accused of murdering a homeless man by repeatedly stabbing him and slitting his throat.
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Heard Mary Ocasion last night pitching a political action committee that the opponents of the Churn Creek mall have created and it made me wonder where the proponents are. Aside from a couple of lame signs on the property itself,...
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A 33-year-old man died Tuesday night, the victim of a Red Bluff mobile-home fire.
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Apparently no one was killed in the incident but it sounds as though the pilot was trying to show off a risky maneuver. The pilots are lucky they survived!
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A little unorthodox but I suppose if they get the fires out I can’t judge them.
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Some people should not be allowed to upload photos to Facebook. Especially something as disgraceful as this!
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Expect a good soaking later tonight and into Thursday morning. The National Weather Service says to expect a 20 percent chance of showers in Redding today. Otherwise, it will be mostly cloudy, with a high near 62 degrees. New rainfall amounts of less than 1/10 of an inch are possible before nightfall. Tonight, expect ra
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The quartz hill of Quartz Hill Road is long gone. But you can buy this house at a popular price point.
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When creating art (whether music, writing or painting), you are declaring what is important to you.  You show the world what it takes for granted as you expose the viewer to a remarkable new way of seeing through your eyes.  For example, Van Gough’s painting of sunflowers; some people love sunflowers and some people don
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We all complain about negative politics, but the nice thing about cheap shots is they're revealing — as much about those making them as the targets.
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Many people may be voting for Mitt Romney because of the view in some quarters that he is the inevitable Republican candidate for president of the United States and the candidate with the best chance of beating Barack Obama, rather than because they actually prefer Romney to the other candidates.
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I feel I have to comment to the far-left people who have been writing lately. There is no "war on women." Women still have the right to determine what to do with their bodies. They still can use birth control and have abortions if they choose.
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Now that the American soldier accused of killing those Afghan people has been identified, what should happen to him?
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Recently, while walking into Raley's on Lake Boulevard, I slipped on the curb and fell face down on the asphalt. Broke my glasses, cut my forehead and obtained some nasty bruises and scrapes.
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Dear President Obama: Why not gather your family, sit down and watch Bill Maher's program as he uses the most vulgar and tasteless language imaginable to debase totally decent people?
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Playing to a tie is ambiguous in any sport.
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When the Shasta High boys tennis team finds itself in a rut, all it has to do is lean on experience.
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Division I baseball figures to be a competitive race this year with Foothill, Pleasant Valley and Red Bluff all showing themselves worthy of a No. 1 ranking to start the season.
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The Foothill High softball team won its league opener over Paradise, 2-0, on Tuesday behind a 14-strikeout no-hitter from pitcher Lindsay Davis — in her second no-hit performance in two days.
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Shasta Lake City Councilwoman Dolores Lucero presented her petition to undo an 8 percent utility rate hike to the City Council at Tuesday’s meeting.
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Theresa Nachman of Edward Jones Investments in Redding will host a financial workshop at 6 p.m. April 3 at Cattlemen's Restaurant in Redding.
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Once again, an incumbent north state Republican Assemblyman is defending allegations from his opponent he's a carpetbagger.
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Postal officials say they still are unable to pinpoint when they'll close the Redding mail processing center, though it won't be before May 15.
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Lucero decides not to turn in signatures
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The two young sisters who were critically injured when their father lost control of his car and ran off the road last week remain in a Redding hospital.
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California's secretary of state visited Shasta High School Tuesday afternoon, speaking to students about her past campaigns, voter ID laws, marijuana and women's rights to encourage them to become involved in politics.
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The Sacramento River Trail along Highway 44 will be closed Friday, Monday and Tuesday as crews work to repair storm damage.
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The prosecutor in the trial of a 21-year-old Redding man accused of viciously beating a homeless man to death nearly three years ago told a Shasta County jury Tuesday that the defendant enjoyed it.
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1912: A Cottonwood barber discovered that his best razor had been swiped by a man who had worked his sympathy for a free shave. The town constable was put on the trail, but he did not sleuth long before he rounded up the ungrateful one who was drowning his conscience in copious lappings of fermented juice.
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Eight children sat wide-eyed and mostly quiet Tuesday at the Redding Library as they listened to a pair of community leaders read "Chicken Little."
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RED BLUFF — Sue Knox's family has volunteered to ensure elections run smoothly for nearly 70 years, and the secretary of state appreciates it.
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It’s one thing to have your say on an issue; it’s quite another to have yours words carry some weight.
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The former operations manager of a French Gulch gold mine is suing his former employers alleging he was fired last year for filing a workers' compensation claim.
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©2012, Hal O’Dali Filed under: Thoughts & Musings
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Redding City Council will not appeal a judge’s ruling that struck down its ban on medical marijuana storefront collectives.
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The Sacramento River Trail along Highway 44 in Redding will close for three days in the next week and a half, the California Department of Transportation announced today.
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Over at Realtor Skip Murphy's "Really Redding" blog. Sakura Sushi on East Street, a real honest old-fashioned Japanese sushi-ya. Nice pictures, Skip. Click here to see. Open for dinner six nights a week....
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Reports are compiled by Western Outdoor News. Call 800-290-2929. BEST BITES SACRAMENTO RIVER, Redding — The heavy rains blew out much of the Sacramento River, but it remained fishable around Redding, above tributaries. Fishing for native trout continued to be good, but it’s going to be a nymphing affair for awhile. Spin
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When I was 40 I went to a therapist for about six months, who kept me from flinging myself in front of oncoming traffic, and also helped me figure out how to stop making bad choices. That would be therapist-speak for "how to stop fucking up and picking men who are assholes."Anyway, that was where I first heard t
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Mercedes was an awesome senior who came to us a few weeks back. She did our basic 1/2 hour studio session. She loved black and white and vintage type images so with simple textures and natural light, we were able to create some stunning images for her. Here are some of the favorites.
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This is the first place I ever tried Sushi, many years ago. At lunch with friends from the nearby Citizen’s Utilities office. I guess I’d led a sheltered palate up until that memorable day in the early ’80s. I fell in l
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Assembly Jim Nielsen is trying once again with a bill to open the Redding veterans home, along with a similar new facility in Fresno. You know, maybe if he drove a few strategic Democrats out to the brand-new facilities ready...
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AP's story on the House Republicans' budget proposal captures the state of Washington neatly: Just as Obama's budget was dead on arrival last month with Capitol Hill Republicans, the House GOP plan is a nonstarter with Democrats controlling the Senate....
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It's astonishing to see the numbers of the national debt, which CBS News reports have recently hit a political milestone: (CBS News) The National Debt has now increased more during President Obama's three years and two months in office than...
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See how the 2012 Schedule shaping up. SUMMIT SUPER SERIES ET BRACKET RACES March 24 and 25 First points race – Super Pro, Pro, Sportsman, Juniors & Test & Tune Sunday &#
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Here I am, back in the Blogosphere! Yeah, sitting perched high above the F Line with The Little Brown Dog. It’s been awhile, an unforced hiatus if you will, but I’m anxious to start spewing flotsam and jetsam on the most trivial of matters, like what’s currently on rotation on my iPod™ …. WRECKING
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This is the Delta School that was established on March 8, 1899. It stands on the top of a hill near the intersection of Dog Creek and the Sacramento River in the Sacramento River Canyon north of Lakehead. Delta received...
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Cat A will crawl under the blankets and covers to sleep.Cat B will hop up onto the bed, survey the landscape, and walk over to where Cat A is underneath. Cat B will turn multiple times in a circle, punch the blankets, then flop down heavily.Cat A will grumble and growl.Cat B will get up,
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Alamine? This home could be ala-yours. Homes in this price range sell rapidly, so be quick about it.
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There is a 50 percent chance of showers today in Redding. The National Weather Service forecasts mostly cloudy conditions with a high of 53. There is a slight chance of showers Wednesday.
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Last week, I spend a good part of an evening beating a deadline to apply for financial aid. In my immediate family, almost everyone is either in college or thinking about it. My adult children range from my oldest daughter-"done and don't want to go back anytime soon"- to my son "maybe I'll take some [...]
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Yes! It’s true! We’re gravitating away from Facebook a bit and firing up the ol’ Blogaroo again. I miss pontificating on matters great and small, blathering inanaties and basically taking up a little CyberSpace with silly doodles and kooky haikus… or Haikookies, as we like to say. At any rate, I hope
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What good's a law if the only way to enforce it is by hiring a lawyer at $350 per billable hour? To the average citizen, it's just a luxury display in a shop window.
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Just 17 months ago, when voters passed Proposition 25 and restored simple majority votes of the Legislature in California budgeting, the presumption was that if Democrat Jerry Brown also became governor, a new era of sweetness and light would arise in Sacramento. For budgeting would now be a one-party thing, no Republicans
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Recently you printed an article stating that the new Clear Creek walking trail, overlook and parking area were to replace and prevent all the drug dealing, violence and homeless people that had previously been present at the area.
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A few months ago, the four-way stop at Locust Street and Park Marina Drive became two-way. Ever since, the personnel at dentist Gary Howland's office have heard frequent episodes of honking or squealing of brakes.
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The $65,000 bill I recently received for some relatively common surgery and a three-day stay at one of our local hospitals (fortunately paid in full by Medicare plus private supplemental insurance) prompted me to give thought to our current health care system. For those who are outraged by the personal insurance mandate tha
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Nearly four months after a fire gutted their mobile home, a Redding couple last week finally found a new place to call their own.
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Recipe Contest Rules
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In 1912: Oliver Ogle and Fred Whitaker, lumberjacks, were caught near the Oregon line by Deputy Game Warden White. They were arrested on a warrant charging them with selling jerked venison in Kennett. They pleaded guilty to having killed a deer out of season and were fined $50 each, but they could not pay. Back to jail they
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CHICO — Enrollment at Chico State University and other California State University campuses must be reduced to better match diminishing funds, officials said Monday.
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Some area collectives oppose the tactic
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The Shasta High School boys golf team took fourth place in the Wolfpack Invitational at Gold Hills Golf Course on Monday.
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Shasta County voters got their first good look Monday at the candidates running for the newly drawn state 1st Assembly District.
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Community leaders across Shasta County will spend 10 minutes reading to children today as part of the Shasta Early Literacy Project's Take 10 and Do It Again initiative.
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Timber industry officials and environmentalists are criticizing a proposal that would nearly double the acreage designated as critical habitat for the northern spotted owl.
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Fundraiser will help Veterans museum
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A Redding woman who in February pleaded no contest to voluntary manslaughter so she could avoid being retried on a second-degree murder count was sentenced Monday to 11 years in prison in connection with the bizarre 2011 traffic death of her boyfriend.
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Redding will get some relief from the heavy storms of last week with only intermittent showers expected through the weekend.
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With candidate rosters final for the open 1st Assembly District race as of last week, the Redding Tea Party got straight to holding the first debate with all five candidates at the same table tonight. The Tea Party runs its...
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See who was where at recent events.
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Woke this morning to yet another forecast for "abundant sunshine." The sky was blue and cloudless, the mountains were clear and bright. It was 75 degrees, with just enough breeze to ruffle the fronds of the palm trees and the feathers of the finches hanging on the feeder.
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More than 400 youths and adults turned out earlier this month for the Shasta-Trinity National Forest annual Scouting for Trees event at the Ackerman Campground near Lewiston in Trinity County.
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E-mail Joe Wyse sent today to faculty and staff: -----Original Message----- From: Wyse, Joe Sent: Monday, March 19, 2012 1:59 PM To: President's Message Recipient Subject: President's Update: March 19, 2012 To the Shasta College Community: I trust you are...
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Brussels sprouts used to give me nightmares. My mother must've used a pressure cooker on them. They were truly gag-worthy. As an adult, however, I've developed an appreciation and a taste for them. Roasted, slightly charred. With olive oil, pepper...
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When I read Ron Compton's letter (March 9) I had to laugh. "Oh," I thought, "equal time." I wondered if he had written it tongue in cheek.
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A Redding woman who opted in February to plead no contest to voluntary manslaughter so she could avoid being retried on a second-degree murder count was sentenced today to 11 years in prison in connection with the bizarre 2011 traffic death of her boyfriend.
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Commenter "Pogue_Mahone," in response to my column Sunday, seems to think I left something unsaid: Someone quoted Ann Coulter yesterday where she'd said (paraphrasing) that if you took away the ability of liberals to call conservatives "dumb," liberals would instantly...
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I drew this last week as a "get well: card for Pete, little knowing that he wouldn't.
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Most of us have head of the well-known scenic tourist train that ran between Fort Bragg and Willits dubbed the Skunk Train. Well, Shasta County also had a Skunk Train but ours wasn't a tourist train; it was a hard-working...
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Medical marijuana advocates plan to rally Tuesday outside Redding City Hall to keep up the pressure on council members who in closed session will discuss the court ruling that struck down a ban on storefront collectives.
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Voices of Faith — March 24, 2012 - Q. What do you believe is the most important core value of your faith tradition? Why?
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The City of Redding and its construction partners have been named one of three finalists in the California Transportation Foundation (CTF) annual awards program for the Cypress Avenue Bridge project. Completed in February 2011 after nearly four years of construction, the Cypress Avenue Bridge was nominated as the Structure
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Tehama County drug enforcement agents arrested two individuals last week after two separate traffic stops.
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Homebuilder confidence level remains at its highest level since June of 2007. The National Association of Home Builders/Wells Fargo Housing Market Index remained unchanged im March from a revised level of 28, the trade group reported this morning. Barry Rutenberg, chairman of the National Association of H
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Once you get past the pothole and the bent gate in the single supplied marketing image of today’s FDotD, it would seem to offer a lot for the money.
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Cameras inside a school have give an inside look at the power of an EF 4 tornado that destroyed towns from Pekin to Henryville to Marysville. Surveillance cameras inside Henryville Junior Senior High School were rolling as the storm destroyed their building. Everything looks fine from outside [...]
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ICEBERG DEAD AHEAD!
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Six individuals were arrested Sunday night after allegedly burglarizing a home in the 16000 block of Lassen Avenue in Anderson, the Shasta County Sheriff's office reported this morning.
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Truly remarkable to see. A visual representation of 2011 earthquakes worldwide, along with an audio sound corresponding to the seismic power and depth of each event. Amazing, really. Be sure to turn up your sound. Here in the Northstate we are complacent about earth
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The workweek starts with partly sunny skies today before a chance of rain moves in later tonight and showers arrive Tuesday. The high today in Redding will be in the mid 50s with a slight wind blowing south southeast, according to the National Weather Service. There is a 60 percent chance of rain after 11 p.m. More showers
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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% 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 [...]
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Gov. Jerry Brown and proponents of a competing "Millionaire's Tax" ballot initiative agreed last week to split the difference between their measures and launch a joint campaign with a unified front to sway voters to raise taxes in November.
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If there was ever any doubt that Gov. Jerry Brown is m A United States citizen is dead and the United States government killed him. Without trial. Without due process. Without hesitation. And ighty worried about the chances of passing his tax initiative come November, he eliminated it Wednesday when surrendered to the "
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There's no guaranteed investment — except CalPERS.
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Just a suggestion. The next time Ron Compton (letter, March 9) writes in, will you please warn the readers like you did for the Doonesbury cartoon Thursday?
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In weeks, if not days, women can change the activist Republican legislative principle that sex is solely for procreation and to be within marriage.
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As the chairman of Shasta Chapter of Child Evangelism Fellowship, I want to thank you for the most concise and clear explanation of our ministry I've ever read (editorial, Wednesday).
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Response to Gary Strickler's letter (Wednesday): Your degree must have been in mythology, not economics.
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Liberals now believe that anything they want is automatically a right.
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The Weed High School boys baseball team won the championship game Saturday night at the Liberty Baseball Invitational with a wild 3-2 victory over Fall River.
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Patience Abbe, a Redding woman best known for her success as a child author chronicling her fast-paced life growing up in Europe in the 1930s, died early Saturday morning. She was 87.
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It's no secret Jim Carleton loves tennis. A game was playing on a TV on the kitchen counter as the 91-year-old Redding man sat at his kitchen table last week describing how he underwent a new type of heart procedure less than a month earlier.
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In 1912: The board of supervisors met in special session to consider the Reid ferry proposition. Baker and Menzel, owners of the ferry, offered to sell it to the county for the net profits for the past five years. The franchise of the ferry had five years to run.
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Man suspected in car theft attempt
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What is the most timeless article of clothing or fashion accessory? View 334 Answers Blue jeans.
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This one looks a bit smoky. Flambeau REO, FDotD. It’s not listed in the MLS as bank owned, but from tax records, it appears to be the smoldering asset
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Redding police officers this morning arrested a man they say broke into a car on Lake Boulevard and had begun to tamper with its ignition before fleeing from police.
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There may be some sunshine today in Redding, but there's also a 40 percent chance of rain in the area. Forecasters at the National Weather Service in Sacramento predict a high of 53 degrees today and partly sunny skies. The low tonight should drop to 36 degrees. Conditions will be similar Monday, with a high of 55 degrees
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Redding has its share of mom-and-pop burger joints.
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Given the 100-year flood of signatures calling for the recall of Shasta Lake City Councilor Dolores Lucero, it seems all but certain the voters will turn her out of office.
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Once again small business gets the shaft.
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A small but die-hard cadre of conservatives seriously think that the president of the United States faked a birth certificate. Apparently this is a scam to prove Barack Obama's otherwise dubious eligibility to hold office.
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I had a great career once in Redding. My health went south for a bit and I lost my career because of it.
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John F. Kennedy, a Democrat, was the first president I voted for.
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The Record Searchlight has the editorial right and duty not to print letters to the editor like the one Friday from Ron Compton calling Democrats "Satan" and "evil dogs." Not only is it defamatory, it is dangerous.
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California is broken financially. Fortunately, the majority Democrats must reduce the deficit lest we end up like Greece.
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It's been 11 years now that we've been in Afghanistan.
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Have you noticed how some familiar words and ideas have taken on new meanings?
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The citizens of California — especially here in the north state — are very fortunate to be represented by men like Sen. Doug LaMalfa and Assemblyman Jim Nielsen.
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I keep hearing the same story about the wealthy paying most of the taxes and that it is a misrepresentation that there is an unfair tax burden on the middle class.
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Attention Romney campaign leaders in California: I know this will never reach Mitt Romney or his handlers, but at least let me speak my piece.
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The suggestion by the Afghan Parliament that the U.S. soldier involved in the recent shootings stand trial and "face justice in Afghanistan" is beyond ridiculous.
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I have a question for Richard Wilkinson ("50-Word Dash," Tuesday): What is the ACLU supposed to be protecting Rush Limbaugh from?
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The Speak Your Piece in Sunday's paper couldn't be truer. The statistics are all things we already know if we follow the news. The "simple ideas" from John Swaim are what we seem unable to enforce.
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Cathy Kneer, Anderson
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Considering that Republican opposition to contraceptives as provided for in ObamaCare is defined by the left as being against women's health, no wonder folks are writing into the editor calling it a war on women (Margaret Earnest, Tuesday).
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Have we learned nothing? The Republican Party wants us to bomb and basically declare war on Iran and Syria. We are already in two wars.
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Disarming United States Marines in a combat zone is unconscionable.
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Last night at the Shasta County Lincoln Day Dinner, the keynote speaker -- Shasta Regional Medical Center heart surgeon Dr. Doug McConnell -- talked about how he thought the Democratic health-care bill was doomed to fail (perhaps by design, he...
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As the sun was starting to dip below frost-covered hills on a frigid evening last fall, my friend Greg and I stood smiling in front of a camera on an ice-covered boat ramp.
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"When you are training other people's horses, you're also in the people business," Cottonwood horse trainer Gail Bloxham said.
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Q: I hope you can answer my question about cleaning birds. My friends and I went quail hunting a few weeks ago, and it took us 45 minutes to hike into the area where we hunt. We flushed a large covey of birds, shot two and then continued to hunt singles for several hours. We picked up a few more birds for the day and hiked
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SPRING SPORTS CAMP X
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The Liberty Christian softball team took fifth place while Liberty's baseball team came in ninth at the school's invitational tournaments that were played Friday and Saturday at Big League Dreams in Redding.
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Karen Sapp chuckles as she thinks back to her freshman days at Shasta High School when she switched out of college preparatory classes, necessary to get into most four-year universities, for easier ones.
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Redding police went to the 1200 block of Bundy Court tonight after getting a report of a gunshot victim, but officers didn't find anyone who was injured.
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For the second time in five years, Shasta College is at risk of losing its accreditation.
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Two people are safe after their home on Old Eureka Way caught fire around 8:10 a.m. Saturday.
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In 1912: A piece of ground that adjoined the east side of the Millville Hotel was being plowed and fenced and would be placed to a miscellaneous assortment of flowers, rose bushes, shrubbery, etc.
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Dear Babe: I have a gold crest medallion that has on it "National Football Hall of Fame, South Bend" with a football player in the middle. It is blue trimmed in gold with blue leaves trimmed with gold on each side of the player. It has a sticker on the back that reads, "This crest was handmade of gold and silver
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Q: My wife and I were in the Bay Area last week. While cruising along on one of the many 80s highways. We realized how ignorant we were on the rules of use of the diamond, or HOV lanes. I get that during rush hours one needs to have two people in the vehicle, but what about weekends or non-rush hour times? Also, I've he
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SHASTA LAKE — Councilwoman Dolores Lucero is trying to overturn a recently passed electric rate hike that city officials have repeatedly said is necessary to keep the public utility financially sound.
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A man broke a window at Famous Dave's BBQ on Hilltop Drive early Saturday morning and left the restaurant without taking anything, authorities said.
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A labor negotiator and a real estate broker are challenging Chairman Leonard Moty in the only Shasta County Board of Supervisors race that could see an incumbent ousted this year.
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RED BLUFF — A new face began patrolling the streets of this Tehama County city Saturday night.
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Eight months ago, Redding resurrected for discussion its participation on an air pollution board as a way to deal with climate-change mandates.
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We leave Wednesday for two weeks in Europe, so I thought maybe it was time to give some thought to packing. Me, I'm a backpack fan. I got my Kelty about 20 years ago and paid a rather shocking amount back then, but it's still going strong. I like it because my hands are free and it's much easier to carry than a suitcase: I
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At this afternoon's standing-room-only-overflow turnout for the Shasta Historical Society's lecture on Redding's visionary engineer Clair Hill, delivered by Hill's son Alan. Bravo to SHS vice president Pat Carr for arranging. There must've been 200 people crammed into an upstairs...
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...at the "Week that changed the world." Nixon goes to China in this short YouTube video, featuring news footage from the historic trip. Who could've imagined then that less than four decades later China would be the world's factory and...
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Here's a good place to start. This site was sent to me by Rick Marty and it looks like a good one. Thanks Rick! http://california.hometownlocator.com/features/cultural,class,mine,scfips,06089.cfm...
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A man driving under the influence of drugs caused a single-car wreck in Cottonwood that sent two children to the hospital with head injuries Friday night, authorities said.
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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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Tyler Faires’ documentary about Redding area local food will spark your viewing pleasure. To Plant a City – Creating Community Through Our Local Foods from Tyler Faires Productions on Vimeo
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A man broke a window at Famous Dave's Barbecue on Hilltop Drive early Saturday morning and then left the restaurant without taking anything, authorities said.
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Redding police officers say they found methamphetamine, a pistol and ammunition after stopping a pedestrian overnight on Gold Street.
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Two people are safe after their home on Old Eureka Way caught fire around 8:10 a.m. today.
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Here’s a 1994 built 1676 sqft 4/2 in Ravenwood, one of our town’s more popular neighborhoods.
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Redding may get a brief respite from the rain storms today, but forecasters say more rain could be on the way. The National Weather Service is predicting a partly sunny Saturday, with a high of 55 and a 20 percent chance of showers. The chance for showers rises to 40 percent tonight, mainly before 11 p.m., as temperatures
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Spring is very nearly officially here in the North State. It is a time of year when our mild climate and amazing soils result in the entire region fairly busting at the seams with new growth and renewed life. Gardeners, farmers, ranchers and market growers are all up to their elbows in this life: seeds, [...]
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The bottom-line result of Judge Stephen Baker's ruling Thursday against Redding's attempt to close its medical-marijuana dispensaries reflects straightforward common sense: The city cannot declare wholesale nuisances of what the state has specifically authorized, especially without evidence of actual problems.
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Gregory Cheadle has always thought for himself. So maybe he's just the sort of guy we need in Washington to replace Wally Herger.
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My advice to Marc Beauchamp and anyone who wants to have some insight into the flavor of our community: Do not look to the online comments. These are primarily written by folks who hide behind an online nickname. Try the letters to the editor as there is at least a presumption that the author has been considered and thought
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Marc Beauchamp in his column of Saturday (March 10) has managed to muddy the vital distinction between support of free speech and support for the speaker. He did this by giving us absurdly unrepresentative examples of Ann Coulter's writing, creating the false impression of a maligned heroine rather than the harsh creatu
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I wish to express my gratitude to the Record Searchlight for sponsoring the regional Scripps Spelling Bee, held last Saturday at Sequoia Middle School in Redding. What a wonderful experience for elementary school students. It was truly a first-class event.
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A former California Highway Patrol officer of the year was arraigned Friday in Shasta County Superior Court on felony DUI charges stemming from a January four-car wreck while off duty.
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As a group of students lined up, grinning, for their chance to shave big hunks of black hair from Justin Tuggle's head on Friday, a huge smile crossed his face.
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A little give-and-take came up empty Friday in Shasta County Superior Court.
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Redding police officers said they killed two dogs after they charged officers who were arresting a suspect at 6:30 p.m. Friday.
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The West Valley High School track and field team made a good showing Friday at the North State Relays in Chico.
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A retired captain with the Redding Fire Department was arraigned Friday in Shasta County Superior Court on felony charges of molesting a 5-year-old girl late last year.
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A child was taken to the hospital with a serious head injury after a wreck occurred on Gas Point Road on Friday evening.
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A month after Gateway Unified School District accused former Rocky Point Charter School officials of possible impropriety, the two sides say they're close to resolving their dispute over the school's charter renewal.
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John Torborg's voice began to break Friday morning while speaking at his father's funeral.
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A wealth of capable bats has pushed the Knights into the top 20 and likely into postseason contention.
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Working with Chase Bank, a Southern California nonprofit is helping north state families find their dream houses.
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In 1912: Dr. H. W. Heryford received a letter from Mrs. Heryford saying she had disposed of her landscape painting to the Sanborn-Vail Co. of San Francisco for $720. Mrs. Heryford would remain in the city three weeks longer, giving demonstrations of her work.
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Liberty Christian's softball team found the offense it needed, but its defense allowed Weed to edge the Patriots in the final inning.
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At this point in the season, the Liberty Christian baseball team still is transitioning from basketball. And the rainy weather mixed with a roster of inexperience isn't the best situation to begin the year.