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November 29th, 2012

Great Harvest Bread hosting winter drive
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Waves of rain fell in Redding beginning this afternoon, with the storm’s high winds knocking over trees and sending some into power lines, leaving more than 3,000 Pacific Gas and Electric customers without electricity tonight throughout Shasta County.
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Firefighters are shutting down Lake Boulevard after a tree fell and knocked down a utility pole and power lines at Lake Boulevard and Paradise Road this evening.
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Ray John, Haven Humane Society’s chief executive officer, has announced he’ll retire early next year.
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A recount for the Redding City Council race has confirmed Gary Cadd’s slim margin of victory over Dick Dickerson.
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George Albro was born in 1862 at Quartz Hill, a town named for an 800- to 1,000-foot hill of gold-bearing quartz that no longer exists.
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Turtle Bay seeks volunteers to help with animals, in the gardens and gift store, as well as with special events.
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The National Weather Service has issued a flood warning for Shasta and Tehama counties this afternoon.
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A Burney man was ordered today to stand trial on child abuse-endangerment charges in connection with the accidental shooting of two of his three children earlier this month.
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Medics this afternoon took a woman to the hospital after a vehicle hit and pinned her in the parking lot of Win River Casino.
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If the valley had an ocean, The Sacramento River would be our oceanfront property.
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The severity of the storm system moving through the north state could lead to dangerous road conditions and flooding in the area damaged by the 46,000-acre Bagley Fire, the U.S. Forest Service announced today.
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The recount for the Redding City Council saw Gary Cadd defeat incumbent Dick Dickerson by nine votes.
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An overturned big rig that's spilled diesel into the roadway has closed Highway 97 this afternoon just off Interstate 5 in Weed, the California Department of Transportation reported.
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A downed power line near Hayfork today has left some 400 customers of the Trinity Public Utility District without power, officials said.
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The Shasta County Coroner's Office today identified the man killed Wednesday in a wreck on Highway 299 in Montgomery Creek as Christopher Duncan, 31, of Burney.
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National Weather Service forecasters today are predicting the incoming storm system could dump about 200 inches of snow at the peak of Mt. Shasta.
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As the storm approaches today, what does the weather look like where you are?
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Dueling Hats video by Key and Peele. I thought I was the only one that thinks the hats with tags and stickers obsession is idiotic. These guys are so freaking hilarious if you haven’t seen them be sure to check out their other videos on youtube. The post
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Stormy weather may have triggered a power outage for more than 1,200 customers west of Redding this morning, officials said, including two elementary schools.
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OneWord is a quick-and-dirty writer's prompt that gives you a word - and 60 seconds to write something. It's a great way to jump-start your day. Here's my OneWord for Nov. 29, 2012: 0 0 1 48 277 Community Resource Center 2 1 324 14.0 No
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Some more great Star Wars gems for you to share will all of your friends. Enjoy and may the force be with you. The post Star Wars Gallery 3.0 appeared first on Daily Dump.
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The always generous Redding Rancheria invited us to join their preview party of the annual production of A Cascade Christmas for 2012 at the Cascade Theatre. We started with a party at the Atrium, and then moved over to the big show. And what a great show it was. Here’s
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One of the best parts of my job is getting the chance to tell the message of a business in the most creative way possible. I’ve been a part of projects that have used everything from animation to live action video, aliens to monsters, puppets to super heroes. It may seem silly – but think [...]
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Hey, kids. Christmas is coming up, and it's time to work up your Santa-list and the even longer one for your parents. As a reformed child, I know that getting what you want requires determination and lack-of-discipline. Here are keys to the kingdom of fussing, gained from many years of watching my kid sister in [...]
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Next week's scheduled preliminary hearing for a 50-year-old man accused of killing his older brother in August after a fight about weightlifting was confirmed this morning in Shasta County Superior Court.
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Work on a north state road could cause delays today, according to state agencies.
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"Cadd. McArthur and Cadd. Cadd. Dickerson. McArthur and Dickerson. Blank. McArthur. Blank."
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Before the fiscal cliff comes the political roller coaster. Agreement will seem unattainable until, suddenly, it isn't. The sickening plunge will feel endless until the car starts to climb again. But at the moment, things are not looking good.
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Nothing modest about the name or the aspirations of its owners -- the Best Little Sandwich Shop on Eureka Way in Redding serves up a bewildering array of monster sandwiches, freshly made soups and salads and the two-year-old place seems to have built a loyal following thanks to its creative fare and friendly vibe.
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When Redding Alehouse owner Robert Martinez says, “our customers know what we’re doing here,” he means his customers know how serious the establishment is about its passion for beer.
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Growing up, jewelry designer Ursula Guderian played with crayons, paints and other artistic tools. An avid artist, she could never quite figure out why school was not comprised solely of art classes.
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Traveling back to Elizabethan England for an evening of song and merriment inside an enchanted castle is a snap, as long as you book your trip through the Shasta High Music Department.
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The dust of election-year histrionics may be settling, but the future of our country is still very much up in the air. If this was, as many pundits have proclaimed, a destiny-defining election, exactly what destiny has our nation chosen?
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West Valley's Andrew Skudlarek scored in the 27th minute, assisted from Jorge Ortiz, and Curtis Merkel converted on a 30-yard free kick in the 62nd minute in a 2-1 season-opening boys soccer win over Sutter on Wednesday.
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A series of storms that began Wednesday and may have claimed a life will hit Shasta County full force today, bringing up to eight inches of rain and 70-mph wind gusts in parts of the county.
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A series of storms that began Wednesday and may have claimed a life will hit Shasta County full force today, bringing up to eight inches of rain and 70-mph wind gusts in parts of the county.
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More bike lanes, less dog poop, better trail lighting and sidewalks that don't end abruptly. Those are some of the suggestions from Healthy Shasta's survey of Redding trail users.
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Two days into a recount for the Redding City Council race, Shasta County elections officials have counted more than half of the ballots cast by city voters and could wrap up Friday.
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In 1912: A mail sack fell from the horse of William Gray, the mail carrier between North Fork and Junction City. The mail sack fell from the horse but it was dragged along after the animal by the rope fastened to the horn of the saddle and for 4 miles the letter sack was churned over the rockiest trail in Trinity County and
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A preseason full of cream puffs is worthless. That's why the Anderson Tip-Off Classic girls basketball tournament is back and stronger, not to mention more local than ever.
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The approaching winter means it's tournament time.
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The Enterprise High football team is less than a week removed from winning the Northern Section Division I championship over Paradise and the Hornets have six players on the All-Eastern Athletic League team.
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Redding officials will seek state water regulators' approval next week to establish a program to replace some of the oldest water pipes in the city's residential areas.
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The state has fined Shasta Regional Medical Center $95,000 for breaking state law when it publicly disclosed a patient's confidential medical records last year.
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Tyler Burton's family and friends had anything but a happy Thanksgiving at first.
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Mornings in Room I at Buckeye School of the Arts in Redding start in Calendar Corner with 4- and 5-year-olds sitting "crisscross, applesauce" on a blue rug rimmed with the alphabet. Earlier this week, after singing songs and figuring out the date, the students were ready to take on the day's theme: "All about V."
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Interesting details in Fitch's new bond rating for the Shasta Union High School District, commissioned for the district's refinancing. The good news? Even amid hard times, the district's been conservatively run financially and isn't swirling into insolvency. The bad news?...
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Jeter's Playground, an indoor fun center that features remote control racing, black-light golf, bounce houses and an arcade, has opened in downtown Redding.
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Before you cut, consider these issues.
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Marcus Genzlinger had no idea how bald he was until his girlfriend forced him to face the truth.
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In my clinical nutrition practice it arrives like clockwork this time of year -- complaints from patients about bloating, digestive troubles and constipation brought on by what I jokingly refer to as too much of "white Christmas," meaning too many white, processed and fiberless foods consumed during the holidays.
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Fraud is everywhere and seems to happen more often during the holidays. Email fraud, phone scams, banking scams, credit card theft and checks sent in the mail are just a few examples. You name it, it seems to be happening in all areas of our lives. How do we prevent being taken advantage of and becoming the victim of a scam
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This Video was done by Nathan J. Barnatt. I have to say I had a great laugh when I saw this. Can you taste the rainbow? lol The post Funny Skittles Video appeared first on Daily Dump.
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Those who've been watching local politics longer than I have already knew this, but Gary Cadd's charming wife, Linda, was Dick Dickerson's district director when he represented Shasta County in the Assembly. Gosh but it's a small town sometimes....
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Some friends of Redding Community Access -- who I believe are exploring the possibility of putting in a bid to run the station on the city's behalf -- have posted a survey seeking your opinions and ideas. Have an idea...
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A bicyclist was taken to Mercy Medical Center this afternoon after a vehicle hit him on Eureka Way near the 7/11 store.
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For some historical perspective, e-mailed the Searchlight's former weather reporter extraordinaire, now living in Portland. His reply: "Storm of the decade -- not saying much for a decade that's all of three years old! People seem to forget they said...
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This morning a neighbor and I walked the 'hood scooping leaves out of storm drains. Given all the leaves still on the trees and the gusty winds in the forecast we'll likely need to repeat the process a couple of...
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Shasta County elections officials, two days into a recount for the Redding City Council race, have counted more than half of the ballots cast by city voters and could wrap up Friday.
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WinterFest will move indoors on Friday to get out of the rain and wind.
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Extremely Scary Ghost Elevator Prank in Brazil. This is so messed up but it is truly hilarious and genius. I am not going to lie this would scare the crap out of me. This is a must watch. The post Extremely Scary Ghost Elev
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Until I saw this map, I didn’t realize just how large and extensive a trail system awaits off road riders and mountain bikers in the mountains just northwest of Redding: Click to view the full map
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I'm pretty sure this Chronicle headline is not satire. The lead: Nearly 50 years of protests, lawsuits and ballot battles over low-income housing have made San Francisco a nationwide model for efforts to keep urban America from becoming home to...
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The California Highway Patrol this morning reported a fatal head-on wreck between a logging truck and pickup on Highway 299 in Montgomery Creek.
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A 46-year-old Corning man was arrested Tuesday on suspicion of murdering his brother, Tehama County sheriff's officials announced today.
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A rare 2 on 1. Not really Anderson, though. More like Happy Valley.
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Alright were are officially in phase 1 of Rainmeageddon! Sounds like the weather dudes at KRCR are taking this flood threat pretty seriously. Everyone be safe out there and slow down! I’m going to run home and unstrap my boat from it’s trailer and drop the anchor in my driveway just in case. Stay [...]
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At least for the next four or five days it sounds like. From the Eighties.......
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Finally my dream has come true. There is a house with Christmas light decorations synced with the Gangnam Style music. This is truly amazing and I would count this as the firt of this year’s many Christmas miracles. Go to www.facebook.com/WorldsBestChristmasLights for details of nightly show times [...]The
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Redding is off to a wet morning in the first day of what National Weather Service forecasters predict will be a near-week long string of storms.
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Instructions on how to build a ketchup bomb. This looks deadly and it could also be the perfect crime. You could potentially plant the explosive device and be hundreds of miles away when it detonates. Don’t forget to wipe your prints off the bottle. The post
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Another Just for laughs makes a sketch where Jesus makes money at a dontaion jar. The post Jesus Makes Money appeared first on Daily Dump.
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Firefighters this morning quickly knocked down a fire that engulfed a shed in Happy Valley.
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Baking cookies is a tradition that many share over the holiday season. One of my absolute favorite cookies to bake is this simple sugar cookie dough. My house fills with the warm aroma of vanilla, butter and sugar that remind me of a big cozy hug. These cookies are so good that I usually double [...]
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Nothing says you put time, thought and effort into a gift like personalization. I don’t mean just pasting Uncle Barry’s name on the coffee mug you bought at Target. I mean creating something unique for that special individual. Before you book a weeklong craft-a-thon at your neighborhood paint your own pottery shop, chec
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A Thursday preliminary hearing for the Burney father accused of child abuse-endangerment in connection with the accidental shooting of two of his three children earlier this month was confirmed today in Shasta County Superior Court.
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Work on a north state road could cause delays today, according to state agencies.
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Several locations around Shasta County will offer sand and bags, while other organizations will offer help and tips.
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Siskiyou County sheriff's detectives continued their investigation Tuesday into the death of a Medford, Ore., man found dead last week in a remote area near the Oregon border.
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As a Pacific "atmospheric river" wound up to soak the north state in a storm expected to arrive today and stay through the week, the city of Redding issued its usual offers of help with sandbags for residents of flood-prone areas and warnings to avoid the inevitable downed power lines.
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If everyone in America had read Stephen Moore's new book, "Who's The Fairest of Them All?," Barack Obama would have lost the election in a landslide.
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When Fox News complained, last Sunday morning, that Susan Rice, our United Nations ambassador, knew the secrets that were being held back when she talked about Benghazi four days after the attack, they complained that she did not disclose the classified information.
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Republicans don't want another high-profile Rice to remind the voting public of the Rice who warned us on CNN that the smoking gun from Iraq could be a mushroom cloud.
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As an American, I was ashamed to find out that big-box stores would open on Thanksgiving, rather than the day after.
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As newcomers to Redding we are blown away by the majestic beauty of the Cascade Theatre. What an asset to Redding. I know it takes huge dedication from local volunteers to make it what it is.
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Government anything runs so inefficiently and so packed full of waste, fraud, abuse and laziness.
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The Chico High boys and girls basketball teams begin the 2012-13 season as the Northern Section favorites with the release of the Preseason Media Poll on Tuesday.
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Enterprise High athletics are rolling this school year.
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ANDERSON — After an agonizing section loss to end last year, and a seemingly endless offseason, the Cubs were pining for tipoff.
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The Orland Trojans and Chico Panthers have been the clear-cut powerhouses in Northern Section wrestling, with the Trojans winning the past two section titles and the Panthers finishing second both times.
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Seven West Valley High players scored Tuesday night in a team effort to defeat Paradise 46-37 on the road.
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YREKA — The Yreka Police Department is investigating a body found by two residents Friday in the northern part of the city.
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Secret Witness of Shasta County is offering a $5,000 reward for information on a man police say broke into an 82-year-old Redding woman's house early Sunday and, claiming to be an officer investigating a murder, forced her to stay in a bathroom while he robbed the home.
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In 1912: A flask of gold and silver coins that went to the bottom of the Trinity River over 50 years ago, when William Eastman drowned in 1863 near Lewiston, was found. Eastman was never found and no trace of him was unearthed until nearly a half a century after he met his death when the relics were dug up by one of the Tri
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Crown Camera in Redding will host Holiday Photo Expo at 6 p.m. Thursday at Tapas Downtown Restaurant & Bar on Oregon Street.
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RED BLUFF — Police said they arrested a 32-year-old homeless man Monday after he attacked another man in the restroom at Burger King because of his victim's age.
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A city offensive to crack down on Redding's problem motels is getting results.
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Shasta County elections officials will continue recounting votes today for the Redding City Council race to determine whether the official result giving Gary Cadd the victory over Dick Dickerson is accurate.
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George Albro is the only person I know of who worked for Shasta County 75 long years! He started working as a chore boy at the Shasta jail and worked his way up in the ranks until he was an...
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Tomorrow night will be the Full Frost Moon, also known as the Geese Going Moon, the Frost Moon, and the Full Beaver Moon because that is when Native Americans set traps for beavers to ensure a good supply of furs. Thank you, Old Farmers' Almanac.Tonight there is a nearly-full moon - it'll be full tomorrow night
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If you ever want to admire the engineering of Shasta Dam -- which was built by guys wielding slide rules and whose site was chosen with weather data that would seem impossibly primitive in this day and age -- check...
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A few months ago I was shopping when I saw a woman with what looked like 10 pounds of ginger roots piled in her cart. Of course, I struck up a conversation. The woman, Zeba Faroogui, told me she made her own ginger-garlic paste at home in large batches, then froze it. She then invited me over to cook some authentic Indian f
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Far Northern Regional Center (FNRC) is proud to announce their 13th annual Holidays are for Caring program. This program was designed to provide gifts to selected individuals with developmental disabilities during the holiday season. Their goal is to choose individuals who may not receive any gifts during this special time
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RED BLUFF – A Los Angeles man arrested in July on suspicion of attempted murder after law enforcement officials said he stabbed a Tehama County woman at her home was sentenced Monday to eight years in prison, prosecutors announced today.
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My wife is my greatest Joy here on earth. She is my gift from God and I try not to ever forget it. After 22 years she just gets more and more beautiful!
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On Sunday, November 25, 2012 at 3:51 am Redding Police Officers were dispatched to the 600 block of Overhill Drive in reference to a reported burglary.  An 82- year-old Redding woman told officers she was awakened at approximately 1:50 am by a white male subject who was inside her residence and shining a flashlight. The w
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Few communities were harder hit by the housing crash than Phoenix. Phoenix was one of those areas - and there were many - that overbuilt and paid dearly for it on the way down. But for the second straight quarter, the Valley of the Sun topped the nation in year-over-year appreciation, the Federal Housing
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Shasta County elections officials will continue recounting votes Wednesday for the Redding City Council race to determine whether the official result giving Gary Cadd the victory over Dick Dickerson is accurate.
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Secret Witness of Shasta County is offering a $5,000 reward for information on the man who police say broke into an 82-year-old Redding woman’s house early Sunday and forced her to stay in a bathroom while he robbed the home.
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Commenter "goodsense," in a response to today's editorial, says that we at the Record Searchlight are partially at fault for the million-dollar special election set for Jan. 8. The RS must accept some considerable responsibility for the cost to taxpayers...
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YREKA - The Yreka Police Department is investigating a body found by two residents Friday in the northern part of the city.
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The Siskiyou County Sheriff’s Office today identified the man found dead last week in what detectives are investigating as a possible homicide.
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One of  Shasta County’s favorite holiday traditions returns to the historic Cascade Theatre in Redding as Jefferson Public Radio and the Cascade continue the two-week run of  "A Cascade Christmas" that began Thanksgiving weekend. The revamped holiday-themed showcase of song, dance and theatre features some of the r
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Shop Local Saturday sent us into the local hills looking for gifts. We found this great vineyard and winery in Manton, Cedar Crest. Kim offered us tastes of their
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This government owned home needs paint, wouldn’t you agree? Paint it blue.
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RED BLUFF - Police said they arrested a 32-year-old man Monday after he attacked another man in the bathroom at Burger King, simply because of his victim's age.
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What is it about 'no' that you don't understand? I think that phrase was first seen on coffee cups and t-shirts . . . but I would bet  a whole lot of money that it came out of the mouth of some exasperated mother the thirtieth time she told her pre-teen daughter she couldn’t have  [...]
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Today should be the last day of sunny skies and warmer weather for a least a few days. National Weather Service forecasters predict a mostly sunny day with a high near 61 and light wind. Tonight will cool down to about 45 degrees. Rain begins early Wednesday and forecasters expect as much 4 inches to fall through the weeken
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Three men charged with attempted murder in connection with a June 20 robbery and shooting at the TA Travel Center are scheduled to be in Shasta County Superior Court this morning for a settlement conference-style hearing.
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TORRANCE — Sherri Wilkins' past was checkered with addiction, crime and prison time, but in a matter of years, she had become a well-liked drug and alcohol counselor. Yet authorities said she was under the influence over the weekend when she drove into a pedestrian and killed him.
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A government that is responsive and accountable to the voters — that is, a democracy — is priceless.
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Anyone who thought manipulation of California energy prices ended with the criminal penalties assessed against executives of companies like Enron and Williams Energy after the state's 2000-2001 electricity crunch turns out to have been hopelessly naive.
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Seven decades after the premiere of the film classic "Casablanca," the Moroccan port city remains firmly associated in many people's minds with the movie, even though Rick's Cafe Americain, where much of the story took place, was a pure creation of Hollywood.
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This Thanksgiving, our family gathered around the table to celebrate and give thanks for many things, but there was an empty seat, a loved one missing.
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I've read all the discussions about pros and cons of union jobs lately. I was in the Teamsters Union for over 45 years. I joined in 1947, and at the time the only way to get a decent job was to be a union man.
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The total cost of our 2012 election, estimated at $6 billion, was the most expensive ever.
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The Shasta County Board of Supervisors chambers hasn't been seeing much life lately.
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The Shasta High boys cross country team finished 20th in Division III at the CIF state cross country championships in Fresno on Saturday.
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City of Redding crews are poised to provide residents with sandbags, clear storm drains and restore power if necessary to keep citizens safe during a powerful storm expected to hit the area beginning Wednesday (November 28,2012). The National Weather Service is forecasting gusty winds and heavy rains for the Redding area be
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A former guide who also owns a fishing supplies store in Redding has teamed up with two Washington state companies to design a line of custom rods.
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A Salvadoran man who allegedly used toxic chemicals for an illegal marijuana grow in northern Shasta County pleaded guilty in federal court Monday to possessing a firearm to protect the plants, officials said.
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The National Weather Service Monday issued a flood watch for Shasta County starting Wednesday morning and running through Saturday night.
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In about the time it takes to steam a latte with an extra espresso shot, Bruciante Wood Fired Pizza can cook up a 10-inch pie.
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Redding's annual Christmas tree will open the holiday season this Friday for the last time from California Street parking lot.
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Mark Korth will be the new president of Dignity Health North State starting in January.
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In 1912: A quantity of dried prunes and pears was shipped to James O'Gara, district freight and passenger agent for Southern Pacific by E. L. Story of Anderson. The fruit would be sent by Southern Pacific to Chicago to be distributed during the land show to be held from Nov. 28 to Dec. 8. The fruit was donated by C.N.
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Redding firefighters are wrapping up putting out a fire at an empty business on Lake Boulevard in Redding.
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This is a magical time of year. Shorter days and cooler weather prompts autumn leaves to show their brilliant colors. Fireplaces crackle with an amber glow following Thanksgiving feasts. And on Thurs, Dec. 6 Northern Valley Catholic Social Service will celebrate the silver anniversary of its annual holiday gala, Magic of C
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From the forecast discussion at Noaa.gov: EXTENDED DISCUSSION (FRIDAY THROUGH MONDAY) ...MEDIUM RANGE MODELS CONTINUE TO DEPICT THIS ATMOSPHERIC RIVER FOCUSING THE BULK OF PRECIPITATION INTO THE SHASTA AND FEATHER RIVER DRAINAGES. THOSE TWO OROGRAPHICALLY ENHANCED AREAS COULD CONCEIVABLY RECEIVE...
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In five decades in Germany I have never experienced a single power failure, because the power lines are usually underground and well maintained. Malte Lehming, a German journalist wrote that amazing sentence in a piece published last month lamenting...
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Redding will provide sandbags to residents ahead of a strong storm expected to hit the north state on Wednesday.
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IGA Donates $265,000+ to Wounded Warrior Project Tops Fresh Market Contributed to the Cause IGA today announced a donation of more than $265,000 was made to Wounded Warrior Project (WWP) as a result of the second annual IGA Exclusive Brands marketing event that ran in participating IGA stores from Memorial Day weekend throu
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Redding firefighters have been summoned to City Hall for reports of an electrical smell at City Hall.
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A Salvadoran man who allegedly used toxic chemicals for an illegal marijuana grow in northern Shasta County pleaded guilty in federal court Monday of possessing a firearm to protect the plants, officials said.
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Reports are compiled by Western Outdoor News. Call 800-290-2929. BEST BITES SHASTA LAKE — Now that the lake has turned the bass fishing has been good for numbers, starting with topwater and spinners and the going deeper. Trout are also shallower and headed to the food supplies offered by the increased flows in the creeks
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Does your religion’s sacred text address recycling in any form?
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It’s funny because it’s true! Social Networking is killing the human race I am 100% convinced this outdoor movement may be our only hope. The post Just Go Outside appeared first on Daily Dump.
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The Shasta County Coroner's Office today identified a woman killed last week after being hit by a train in Redding's Martin Luther King neighborhood.
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Authorities are looking for the driver of black BMW who led deputies on a high-speed chase through Tehama County, at one point reaching speeds of faster than 130 mph.
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Tehama County deputies said they arrested a 35-year-old Gerber man early today after they found him carrying methamphetamine.
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Check it out finally a video that both Star Wars and Disney fans can appreciate! This is pretty creative. How would Star Wars: Episode V – The Empire Strikes Back have looked if it had been made after the Disney/LucasFilms merger? Here is a deleted song from after Han kisses Leia for the first [...]The pos
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Palo Cedro was once among the most desirable of country real estate in Shasta County during the boom. We think values will rise again correspondingly as demand returns.
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I was surprised to learn the longtime eastside bar Bert & Ernie’s concluded its 20 year run last Saturday. It always seemed to me t
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Ex-Shasta Lake City Councilwoman Dolores Lucero is scheduled to have a settlement conference today in Shasta County Superior Court in connection with her criminal case.
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Forecasters predict a sunny start to the week, but rain by the middle of it for the Redding area. They say today's high will reach 65 degrees under sunny skies, while tonight will cool to about 41 degrees. Expect similar conditions on Tuesday, but rain and highs in the 50s for the rest of the week.
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For various reasons, something within the U.S. government — and even more so California’s — doesn’t love gasoline-powered cars, but their owners have resisted efforts by well-meaning bureaucrats and environmentalists to get them to drive less or drive something else.
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President Obama hosted a screening of Steven Spielberg's "Lincoln" at the White House the other day. He should do it again — and again and again.
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The public employee pension reform plan enacted by the California Legislature and Gov. Jerry Brown this year was minimalism.
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I have been noticing that stores have been opening earlier and earlier every year for Black Friday. This means eventually Black Friday will become Black Thursday at the rate we're going. So people are not paying as much attention to Thanksgiving.
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Ciera Barry of Millville has no problem precisely maneuvering 1,583 pounds of Clydesdale. She can make Sweetie Pie back a two-wheeled cart into narrow spaces, do tight turns and plod over obstacles.
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Redding bar Bert & Ernie's closed its doors Saturday night because the Industrial Street watering hole wasn't bringing in enough profit, owners said.
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SUTTER — Championship efforts don't always earn the championship plaque itself. And now the West Valley High football team has first-hand proof of that.
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Ricky Ray is slowly running out of fingers.
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A Redding man was killed after he had a “medical issue” and crashed into a light pole on Hilltop Drive in Redding on Sunday afternoon.
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Redding bar Bert & Ernie's closed its doors Saturday night because the Industrial Street watering hole wasn't bringing in enough profit, owners said.
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The ambitious French thriller "The Big Picture" looks to stake a claim in Patricia Highsmith territory and, except for an underbaked ending, does a fairly decent job of it. The film, based on Douglas Kennedy's 1997 novel, takes familiar material -- involving a violent crime and an assumed identity -- and nudges it just enou
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Thanksgiving was great. I got up around 7 AM so I could get some coffee before starting on the important stuff. It was a beautiful day that even threatened to get warm.Silverplate cutlery needed some tarnish removed
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This window is right beside my computer and Fritzer's (my nickname for him) blanket is on the floor under the window. When I work, this is where he spends his time. Either looking out the window to make sure he...
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A 22-year-old former state prison inmate was arrested early this morning after Shasta County sheriff's deputies allegedly found him driving a newly painted stolen truck with matching black paint on his hands.
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Count on a mostly sunny day today with a high near 68, the National Weather Service says.
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Zack Trueblood had his opportunity for redemption against Paradise. And this time, the Enterprise High senior quarterback delivered.
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Dear Babe: Someone is trying to sell me two Babe Ruth cards. He said one is from 1927 and the other from 1935.— M.R., Trenton, N.J.Babe: These are modern unlicensed cards. The Miller Press images were produced between 1985 and 2001, according to Internet sites I visited. The Superior Card Co. Ruth card is probably fro
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When President Barack Obama takes the oath in January for his second term, he will stand on a platform built with Sierra Pacific Industries wood.
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Dear Straight Talk: I am 21, my little brother is 15. We are very close. The problem is he lives with our dad and my dad and his wife aren't food conscious like my mom, who shops organic. They let him eat candy, fast food, and drink Cokes on a daily basis. How can I get through to them, or at least him, not to eat this kind
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On the home front, I've hit some riffles regarding our roof.
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The decision to sell the Latieze Property before the embers had cooled from the Ponderosa Fire was short-sighted and, in the opinion of many citizens who organized in opposition to the sale of the Latieze property, a missed opportunity.
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I was saddened and disappointed when I read the recent letters by Jean McClenon, Wes Breese and Bill McPherson. Sadly, these three letters reflect such disheartening and negative views of President Obama, who was chosen to be our president by a majority of our American voters.
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Contentious issues largely ignored during the recent election hoopla by Democrats now are front and center once again. When will a majority of the voting public and news media ever learn?
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The election is over. It was full of uncivility on both sides. We have a president, period. We the people need to stop rehashing the what-ifs, and the who, what, when and wheres. We need to work together as a nation.
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Well, we've got our new bosses now. Same as the old bosses, it turns out.
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Monday morning's Record Searchlight greeted us with the headline: "Who created 'talking points'?"
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Dear Debt Adviser: I co-signed for a friend's payday loan, and unfortunately he's failed to pay it off. I can't cover the bill, so I asked a payday loan assistance company for help. Its staff members said they would, and they even promised to send cease-and-desist letters to the creditor. But the creditor told me that his c
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NatureBox is a subscription service that, for less than $20 a month, delivers 15 to 20 servings of four to six nutritionist-approved snacks to your door. The choices are sourced from local growers and independent food suppliers from across the U.S.
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Does your child turn into a fearful, shaky bundle of nerves at the thought of bedtime? Whether it's a fear of the dark, of someone kidnapping them or of monsters, bedtime fears can be stressful for both children and parents.
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My two sons, Jonah and Davey, love pingpong. They were made to move, and any activity that provides an outlet for their energy is welcome at my house.
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Everyone has a nerd or two in their life these days, whether it's a computer guru, video gamer or mobile gadget aficionado.
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My computer repair company services thousands of PCs each year. In my experience, there are some constants: No one's computer or Internet speed ever is fast enough, and all hard drives eventually will fail.
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Share tales of Christmas
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Twenty years ago I worked as the public relations and media spokeswoman for a fundraising Walk For AIDS in San Jose. I had a dear friend and mentor who lost a brother to AIDS and before my work with the walk that was the extent of my experience with the disease.
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This is a story about two suspension bridges across the Upper Sacramento River. One bridge serves as the gateway to a charming little hike along the river, the other as gateway to a fascinating chapter in our local history.
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At Old Alturas and Deschutes roads in Bella Vista, the edge of Jen Powers' property sits in stark contrast to the Postal Service outpost next door.
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Last April, Sayer Borden helped his friend, Luke Verhoog, build a patio at the Good News Rescue Mission's House of Hope.
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Paperwork for state takes time to process
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In 1912: There were 10 cases of smallpox in Redding. Four homes were under quarantine and others were under observation. No one had the remotest idea where the contagion came from. None of the cases was serious and as usual in late years, the disease was in a mild form. The cases were in the area of Oregon and Butte streets
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Redding police are searching for a man they say stabbed two men at a downtown parking garage early Saturday morning.
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One of the moonscapes left in the Ponderosa Fire's wake is Bluff Springs, which sits near where the blaze began. It used to be obvious why the spot was nicknamed "Little Hawaii."
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Weather watchers wanted.
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Boys team comes in 21st for Division IV
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The Enterprise Hornets football team made a thrilling comeback at home tonight to beat the Paradise Bobcats 36-35, giving the Hornets a Division 1 title.
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The alley is named for August (Gus) Grotefend who came to Shasta as a goldminer in 1849. He struck it rich in Schaffer's Gulch to the tune of $18,000. He used part of his money to purchase the St. Charles...
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A woman suffered moderate injuries after her SUV rolled over four to five times on Highway 44 near Lassen Volcanic National Park on Saturday, the California Highway Patrol said.
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Redding police are searching for a man they say stabbed two men at the downtown parking garage early Saturday morning.
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The beauty of the garden in winter is a unique pleasure: fragrant, fresh evergreens, bright berries, frosty mornings. Photo: Frosty Indian hawthorne on a cold North State morning. Seasonal greens, winter fruits, and sculptural cones have long been associated with the winter holidays--with brightening shortened days and long
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The sun will stick around today and Sunday as the long Thanksgiving Day weekend closes out, the National Weather Service is reporting.
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Santa Claus will stop by Cottonwood today as the town prepares to light its Christmas tree during the Cottonwood Old Fashion Day.
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Amid music and food, the bridge in old town Lewiston will be lit up for the holidays at this annual holiday event starting at 3 p.m. today in Lewiston.
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North state residents frustrated by environmental activists whose zeal for preserving nature has all too frequently meant costly burdens on the ability to earn a living are in good company. Loggers, ranchers, miners, ski-park developers — all have faced the hurdles of the Endangered Species Act, wilderness protections
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Never encountered a more wide awake, thoughtful or wise-crackingly funny bunch at seven o'clock on a Thursday morning — the Redding Breakfast Lions group is a hoot. But between all the joshing and joking they offered some serious insights on the state of the city of Redding.
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He heaved against the shopping cart to push it over the pitted pavement grabbing the top of its contents to balance the overloaded basket full of what looked like sleeping bags, sacks of personal items and plastic jars.
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Did the Record Searchlight not have enough letters to fill its Letters to the Editor section Saturday that it deemed it necessary to print the venomous letter from Vollie V. Bisnett, a letter which was filled with out-and-out lies?
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I am thankful for hope.
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Q: I'm new to vegetable gardening. Can you tell me how to grow potatoes?
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When high school football coaches look over an opponents' game tape, it's all about finding weaknesses.
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Those who were there will never forget. Some can't let go.
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One game. It's all that's left from nearly three months of football for both Enterprise and Paradise, which square off in the Northern Section Division I championship at Enterprise Community Stadium at 7 p.m. today.
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Redding golfer Larry Babica has been named the Super Senior (65-plus years) Player of the Year by the Northern California PGA.
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Bleary-eyed and running on adrenaline, north state shoppers rushed retailers looking to score Black Friday deals.
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No candidate won an outright majority in the contest to replace Doug LaMalfa in the 4th state Senate District, setting up the stage for a runoff in January easily expected to top more than $1 million.
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The original plan was a foot-high strip of decorative metal above the redone bar at the Redding Elks Lodge. Doug Laird, a retired Los Angeles police officer turned metal artist, had a bigger picture in mind.
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In 1912:Southern Pacific Co. received an order for 400,000 drinking cups made of oiled paper, which were to be placed on all trains, boats and stations at the beginning of the new year. The paper cups were to take the place of the common metal drinking cup long in use on trains.
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A two-alarm attic fire caused about $120,000 damage and killed several pets Friday afternoon at a home on Strauss Lane in north Redding.
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Happy Valley boy hits road to recovery
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Three Redding men accused of murder in the Dec. 14 stabbing death of another Redding man will have to wait until next year to begin standing trial.
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Lassen foundation gets $78,000 of aid
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Turning a beef barn into Christmas central takes some effort.
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Late November evening.Tomorrow we are having Thanksgiving. Pumpkin pie is made and smells fantastic. Two cranberry sauces and vegan gravy are also made. The rest of it is in prep stage. I'm debating about making another pie - mango-pineapple, maybe. Not that we ne
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Twenty years ago I worked as the public relations and media spokeswoman for a fundraising Walk For AIDS in San Jose. I had a dear friend and mentor who lost a brother to AIDS and before my work with the walk that was the extent of my experience with the disease.
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Local history is preserved for all in the Boggs Local History collection at the Redding Library.
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Dear Straight Talk: I am 21, my little brother is 15. We are very close. The problem is he lives with our dad and my dad and his wife aren't food conscious like my mom, who shops organic. They let him eat candy, fast food, and drink Cokes on a daily basis. He has developed psoriasis, intestinal problems, food allergies
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Kimberly Kasich and Sergio Adamo
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Melissa McCurdy and Scott Owens
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Margaret and Willard Bodensschatz
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This is a story about two suspension bridges across the Upper Sacramento River. One bridge serves as the gateway to a charming little hike along the river, the other as gateway to a fascinating chapter in our local history.
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Margaret Thimbrel and Frank Bagnato
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Q: Is it legal to ship harvested red abalone as gifts within California and also out of state if the abalone is tagged and still in the shell? If yes, anything else we should be aware of?
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Bette and Leonard Carrick
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YOUTH BASKETBALL LEAGUES, CAMPS AND CLINICS
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Q: I'm new to vegetable gardening. Can you tell me how to grow potatoes?
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Emergency crews are responding to a collision in the southbound lanes of Interstate 5 in Anderson.
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Firefighters this afternoon battled a two-alarm attic fire on Strauss Lane in north Redding that a neighbor said killed five pets.
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Congratulations to Hotsabi who guessed the mystery photo correctly at 2:02 as the Bully Hill smelter. Thank you everyone for looking and playing. Hotsabi has won a $10 gift certificate at Ortega's Mexican Restaurant in Palo Cedro. See you next...
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Where and what is this? Welcome to the History Mystery Photo Contest. If you're the first person to give the correct answer, you'll win the prize plus an award certificate with your name and the mystery photo. Guesses can be...
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No candidate won an outright majority in the contest to replace Doug LaMalfa in the 4th Senate District, setting up the stage for an election run-off in January.
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My dad had the most ridiculous request for Thanksgiving this year. First of all, my mom declared that since she wanted to spend as much time as possible with the family, that we were going to order our Thanksgiving meal from a local market (which translates to "I don't really like to cook and I [...]
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Sunshine fills the forecast for today as temperatures are expected to reach a high near 69, the National Weather Service reports.
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Personalize funny videos and birthday eCards at JibJab!
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It is all too easy to let our hearts harden.
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Why was there an Israel-Gaza war in the first place? Resistance to the occupation, say Hamas and many in the international media.
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There's a moment when you are sauteing a piece of chicken, a pork chop or even a meaty vegetable like Brussels sprouts or winter squash that things start to get sticky. You push the food and it doesn't move. Then, suddenly, miraculously, it loosens and you flip it.
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U.S. Coast Guard Auxiliary seeks web designers, information technology and public relations experts.
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As a member of the Associates of the Vietnam Veterans of America Redding Chapter 357, I would like to thank everyone who came out Saturday to our fundraiser for the Vietnam Veterans monument that we will be erecting at the Northern California Veterans Cemetery at Igo.
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People, when following a school bus, understand that when the buses pull to the side of the road to let their riders off, they will activate their lights to let you know this is a bus stop.
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Should-a, would-a, could-a.
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In 1912: A rural mail route between Redding and Anderson was the object of a petition to the postal department circulated by William Logan and John W. McNeely, farmers of the Pacheco district.
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Lassen Volcanic National Park officials have closed the main road through the park for the winter, they announced Wednesday.
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Nearly 3,500 runners started Thanksgiving morning in the cold but were treated to sunshine just two hours later at the Shasta Regional Medical Center's 27th annual Turkey Trot.
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SHASTA LAKE — The state's political watchdog agency this month rejected a complaint filed by ex-councilwoman Dolores Lucero against Assistant City Manager John Duckett, who will take over as city manager Dec. 1.
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Seniors still have two weeks to pick a Medicare drug prescription plan during open enrollment and they should take care choosing because they may end up automatically moved into a plan that no longer covers some higher-priced medications.
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DUNSMUIR — They've been salvaged from a Dumpster, shuttled around town and stored in a basement.
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Ron James (left) talks with volunteers Destiny Babineau (center) and Jericha Margriter before they and others serve a traditional Thanksgiving meal at the Ono-Igo Community Church in Igo.
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COTTONWOOD — In their time as a football family, the Eagles have gone everywhere from their backyard to the Bay Area and beyond to make themselves whole.
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John Bedford came to California from South Carolina with his family in 1858.
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Q: Why do I get sleepy after Thanksgiving dinner?
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Join Red Fox Boutique and Gifts all day Saturday for food, fun and special offers. Shop local, support local. When: Nov 24, 11 a.m. to 4 p.m Where: Red Fox Boutique and Gifts 2649 Park Marina Drive For more information visit Red Fox Boutique and Gifts' Facebook page. -from press release
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Just the tip...Many readers of this blog include parents, grandparents, harmed and aged-out children of the corrupt Family Law Industry of Shasta County, and many can only find anguish, rage, depression, shame, financial hardships and wishful visions of being with their children again somed
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 CRIME/INCIDENT: Attempted Murder  LOCATION: Rite-Aid parking lot, City of Shasta Lake SUSPECT(S): Unidentified SYNOPSIS: On Tuesday 11-20-2012 at 2244 hrs, Sheriff’s deputies responded to call of an adult male subject injured after a reported stabbing in the area of the Rite-Aid parking lot on Shasta Dam Blvd in the Ci
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Since the days when cavemen had to find the convenience store without crossing the tar pits, we’ve all had to either give or receive directions. It’s a skill, like kissing and telling jokes, that everyone thinks they do well. My wife, Karin, and I can find our way around town without becoming fossilized, but when it c
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Nearly 3,500 runners started Thanksgiving morning in the cold, but were treated to sunshine just two hours later at the Shasta Regional Medical Center’s 27th annual Turkey Trot.
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The high temperature today for Turkey Day is expected to be in the upper 60s with sunshine, the National Weather Service is reporting.
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Hard up for reasons to be properly thankful today? Maybe we can jog the spirit of gratitude.
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As you gobble your Thanksgiving turkey, imagine being a Pilgrim in March 1621. Hardly four months after the Mayflower reached Plymouth Rock the previous November, you still struggle for food, shelter and survival in the state of nature.
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Singer and musician Mark McAbee has been playing in the band Clearcut for the last 14 years and made the move to full-time musician five years ago. McAbee divides his time between a solo musical career, the band, including two full length albums and Clearcut Entertainment, specializing in weddings, anniversaries and parties
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The Old School Restaurant may only be a year and four months old, but the building it inhabits certainly claims a much longer, storied history in Redding. The restaurant occupies the former gymnasium of the Pine Street School, an elementary school in continuous operation from 1923 to 1967.
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How to describe Kanya Market on Hartnell Ave. in east Redding? An Asian grocery, a place to grab ready-made fare like spring rolls, Oriental salads and pork buns, and, since May, a restaurant where you can dine in or take out tasty and easy-on-the-wallet Southeast Asian staples ranging from pad thai and curry dishes to hear
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Santa will see plenty of center-stage action during this year’s production of “A Cascade Christmas,” and after the show as well. The jolly man in the red suit, who will again be portrayed by Cal Hunter, will be available on the Cascade Theatre stage after each matinee performance to greet audience members and pose for
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Exercise is good for mama during pregnancy.
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Divorce is usually a painful exercise in splitting up assets. But for many women, it also means losing health insurance protection.
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Many seniors have contributed grand accomplishments and records in their later years. I'm sure all of us have heard, "I'm just too old to attempt that or accomplish this."
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The deaf and hard of hearing kids in Shasta County are so lucky. The two things I am thankful for are my deaf and hard of hearing program and Shasta Meadows.
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I sometimes wonder how I got where I am today. After a while of thinking I realize that the only reason I'm me is because of my friends, family, and technology. I am so very blessed for my friends. Even though I fight with them constantly I love my family. I am very appreciative toward technology.
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A woman sitting on railroad tracks near the intersection of Linden and Railroad avenues in Redding's Martin Luther King neighborhood was killed Wednesday night when she was hit by a northbound Union Pacific train.
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Thanksgiving dinner came a day early to the more than 1,000 people who flocked Wednesday to the Good News Rescue Mission's annual banquet in Redding.
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RED BLUFF — Tehama County supervisors this week named Alan Abbs, Tehama County's air pollution control officer, its official adviser and advocate for trails and open space.
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Two attorneys representing a Central Point, Ore., man facing trial next month on 10 counts of attempted murder in connection with a shootout last year with law enforcement officers want the Shasta CountyDistrict Attorney's Office blocked from prosecuting the case.
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While many might consider losing their young son to Child Protective Services a tragic situation, for Crystal Johnson, it was the wake-up call she needed to turn her life around.
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The attorney representing an Oregon man accused of shooting at numerous law enforcement officers on Interstate 5 last year has filed a claim against Shasta County and the California Highway Patrol, alleging one of those officers accidentally shot his gun, confusing his colleagues and triggering them to shoot and wound his c
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Internet service was restored Wednesday afternoon for Charter Communication customers after vandals cut a fiber-optic cable, crashing service across Northern California for about 18 hours.
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The federal government's decision to set aside 9.5 million acres as critical to the survival of the northern spotted owl drew mostly criticism Wednesday from environmental and forestry officials.
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Dick Dickerson may be with family in Arizona this week, but there will be a recount in the Redding City Council race he narrowly lost to tea party activist Gary Cadd.
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In 1912: For half an hour one afternoon this old mining town was the liveliest it had been in half a century. With half a dozen fires burning at the same time in different parts of the old town, Old Shasta was given a shake-up long to be remembered. It was all due to the high tension power wire of the Northern California Po
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Nearly three months ago, the Enterprise High football players were gearing up to play their first game of the season with hope, optimism and a common purpose on their minds.
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Shasta Senior Nutrition Program in Shasta County is among the agencies and municipalities that has been awarded nearly $18 million from Caltrans for 105 public transit projects across California.
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A woman sitting on railroad tracks near the intersection of Linden and Railroad avenues in Redding's Martin Luther King neighborhood was killed Wednesday night when she was hit by a northbound Union Pacific train.
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A very odd assortment of mythical childhood figures, some of them afflicted with severe emotional insecurities and inferiority complexes, are thrown together as an unlikely set of action heroes in "The Rise of the Guardians," an attractively designed but overly busy and derivative mishmash of kid-friendly elements.
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A man is in critical condition after being stabbed in Shasta Lake Tuesday night, authorities say.
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So there you are, or there you will be, after the big meal. You have feasted and feted and eaten your fill. And yet, plenty of food remains: mountains of stuffing (what were you thinking when you made all that?), tureens of cranberry sauce, mounds of mashed potatoes and turkey, um, bones. Let the leftovers begin.
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SACRAMENTO - A Redding man was found guilty today by a federal jury of wire and mail fraud, as well as money laundering, following a six-day mortgage fraud trial, a spokeswoman with the U.S. Attorney's Office announced.
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Betty Craddock of Shasta Lake has been making Pasta Primavera with Bacon for her family for years.
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Enter the Record Searchlight's annual cookie contest this December for a chance to win prizes.
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Dick Dickerson may be with family in Arizona this week, but there will be a recount in the Redding City Council race he narrowly lost to tea party activist Gary Cadd.
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Authorities are investigating a potential homicide that occurred in the rural Applegate Creek area of northern Siskiyou County.
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The Chico E-R checks in with the ballot counters and discovers that, at latest tally, Jim Nielsen has fallen below the 50 percent threshold in his bid for re-election in the 4th Senate District. Indeed, the numbers aren't final, but...
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A Napa Auto Parts truck is partially blocking a lane on northbound Insterstate 5 in Redding.
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A storm that whipped through the north state early today downed trees and power lines and caused some flooding.
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A man is in critical condition after being stabbed in Shasta Lake Tuesday night, authorities say.
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Thanksgiving will be sunny in Redding, but rain will stick around today and come back for the weekend, according to the National Weather Service. Today will be wet as rain continues during the day, with temperatures around 60 degrees. At night, the rain will move out, but clouds will remain as temperatures fall to around
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Work on a north state road could cause delays today, according to state agencies.
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In a series of animated videos, Saul the Salt Monster helps educate Shasta County families about condiments, deli meats and other high sodium foods that can impact high blood pressure. Created with stop-motion animation, the whimsical "The Adventures of Saul the Salt Monster" were produced to help increase the salt savvy of
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The National Park Service and California State Parks are gearing up for their annual "Old Time Holiday" celebration on Saturday, December 1 from 11:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. At the Camden House in Whiskeytown's Tower House Historic District, families are invited to make a free wreath to take home for the holidays. The wreath-mak
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Shasta College Arts, Communications and Social Sciences division announces the upcoming holiday concert featuring the Shasta College Chorale accompanied by members of the Shasta Symphony Orchestra on
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Event Info: Our annual Holiday Faire is back and bigger than ever with a brand new name that says it all…”Gifts for Good”!! Over the past 6 years, this annual event has raised over $40,000 for local and global organizations! This year’s event features a wider variety of booths representing various local and world-wi
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Over the years, some folks have praised Congressman Wally Herger's commitment to our military and its veterans, while others claim he really hasn't done much heavy lifting in this regard.
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During this year's presidential campaign, Republican Mitt Romney awkwardly tap-danced around the law he had signed, as governor of Massachusetts, creating a state universal health insurance that was essentially the model for his rival's "Obamacare."
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I say we let Texas secede from the union. In fact we should kick them out of the union and banish our conservatives to move there if they don't like our liberal state.
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Killing the goose that lays the golden egg is one of those old fairy tales for children which has a heavy message that a lot of adults should listen to. The labor unions which have driven the makers of Twinkies into bankruptcy, potentially destroying 18,500 jobs, could have learned a lot from that old children's fairy t
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A documentary about an inmate on Florida's death row says the convicted killer might have been involved in the murder of O.J. Simpson's ex-wife and her friend.
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"Twilight" didn't fade out. "The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn — Part 2" earned $141 million domestically over opening weekend, putting the final "Twilight" in the eighth position on the list of all-time domestic debuts, leaving the supernatural series with three of the top-10 openings, joining 2009's "New Moon" (No. 7 wi
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Winning a Northern Section championship is one thing, but competing for a state title is a whole new level.
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When the Paradise Bobcats and the Enterprise Hornets play for the Northern Section Division I championship on Saturday in Redding, Paradise coach Rick Prinz will be looking to move into second place among coaches who have won section championships.
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The 10th-seeded Shasta College volleyball team fell in four sets to No. 7 Cabrillo 23-25, 25-16, 25-18, 25-22 in the NorCal regional playoffs on Tuesday.
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COTTONWOOD — Even section championship seasons can end painfully. And that's because of the state playoffs.
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Authorities identified the three Alturas residents involved in Monday's rollover crash on Highway 299 near Round Mountain.
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The Twinkies, Ho Hos and Sno Balls are gone, and so are the lines of customers who crowded the Wonder Hostess Bakery Thrift Shop on Hartnell Avenue in Redding following Hostess Brands Inc.'s announcement Friday that the company is closing.
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As north state families give thanks this week, organizers of an annual Christmas program hope they will consider bestowing some holiday blessings on some of the less fortunate in the community.
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In 1912: The Hoxie & Shield ranch between Balls Ferry and Anderson became the property of C.C. Moore of San Francisco, president of the Panama-Pacific exposition. The deed was from the Rancho Buena Ventura Co., the corporate name of the ownership of Hoxie & Shields.
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Simple economics are driving Shasta County's housing market to continued gains in 2012.
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The Redding Solid Waste Utility and Redding Fire Department have joined forces to host the 11th annual Coats For Kids donation program through Dec. 14.
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A big rig that jackknifed is loaded onto a trailer (left) on Tuesday, about 8 miles north of Lakehead. The accident shut the northbound lanes of Interstate 5 for about an hour.
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Government: City, county and state offices, as well as Superior Court, closed Thursday and Friday. Most federal offices closed Thursday, open Friday. The Social Security Administration office in Redding closed Thursday and Friday.
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Redding will ask for review of appellate ruling
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Opinions differ about interpretations
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Some of the Forest Service's hardest workers finally got to go on vacation this week.
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SHASTA LAKE — The City Council on Tuesday approved purchasing a pair of lots next to City Hall currently leased for extra parking.
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It's been very, very rainy and windy here. I haven't left the house all day, only opening the door long enough to reach out and grab a stick of firewood, then shut the door again quickly.Like most Americans, I've been getting ready for Thanksgiving. Most people will celebrate it on Thursday, the day after tomorr
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Customers in the north state are reporting internet issues this evening.
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In 1881, John Bedford, his son James, and John's uncle Jeremiah Wright established the J. F. Bedford General Merchandise Store at 2016 North Street in Anderson on the east side of the railroad tracks. The old brick building still stands,...
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Power has been restored to Pacific Gas and Electric Co. customers who lost power today when an electric circuit breaker broke down at an electrical substation.
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SAN FRANCISCO (AP) — San Francisco lawmakers on Tuesday narrowly approved a proposal to ban public nakedness, rejecting arguments that the measure would eat away at a reputation for tolerance enjoyed by a city known for flouting convention and flaunting its counter-culture image.
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The California Highway Patrol is still investigating the death of a bicyclist who was killed in a hit-and-run two years ago, and a $10,000 reward has been offered for information leading to the identity of the person responsible.
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The defense team representing a Cottonwood man accused of stabbing his wife to death released today the 911 calls he and his son made to emergency dispatchers on the morning of her death.
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I have more respect for Dick as a policymaker than anyone I can think of. He is not afraid to make hard decisions. So Francie Sullivan, Redding city councilor, told the R-S' Jenny Espino, in response to Dick Dickerson's loss...
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Earlier this year, when a fired employee complained to the City Council that Redding Electric Utility was saddling ratepayers with inefficient power plants when it could buy power cheaper on the wholesale market, the city's defense of its system was,...
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Daily Real Estate News | Tuesday, November 20, 2012 Foreclosure discounts have nearly dried up due to low inventory levels, according to the latest housing reports. The average discount nationwide for foreclosure properties has fallen to 7.7 percent, according to …
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Much has been said about Obamacare and the effect it will have on the restaurant industry. Bruce Dean of the Black Bear Diner told me two weeks ago that he worries about the new health care rules and how they will impact his employees and his bottom line.
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All lanes of northbound Interstate 5 are open again after being blocked in the Lakehead area this morning because of a jackknifed big rig, the California Highway Patrol reports.
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Redding’s sanitation crews and firefighters will be kicking off their Coats for Kids donation drive on Monday.
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Here’s a Cal Vet REO being offered in sort of a silent auction style.
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Crews today have fixed power lines that were reportedly hanging low enough to hit cars earlier in the area of Happy Valley Road and Canyon Road.
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Authorities are identifying the three young people who were involved in Monday’s horrific rollover crash on Highway 299 in the area of Round Mountain.
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The California Highway Patrol are responding to the area where a car went 30 feet down an embankment in Red Bluff.
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A rainy and windy day is forecast for Redding, with gusts as high as 31 mph and a temperature high of 58 degrees. The storm could drop between ½ and ¾ of an inch of rain in the day and ¼ to ½ of an inch in the evening. The temperature low will be 49 degrees. Showers continue into Wednesday morning. The temperature high
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SHASTA LAKE — The City Council today will weigh buying a pair of lots next to City Hall currently rented for extra parking.
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The Redding City Council at its meeting tonight will discuss ways to combat criminal activity at downtown motels.
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I've not traveled as much as I would have liked, but I have flown to Europe three times now, most recently Italy for Slow Food's Terra Madre conference. Four months earlier a friend invited me to Hawaii. My  return trip to Italy resulted in four missed flights in 96 hours. Each missed flight, each night that I slept [..
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You might bemoan the loss of Thanksgiving as more retailers this year open Black Friday on Thursday. But clearly there is a market for it.
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Don't forget about that shop around the corner.
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Just in time for Thanksgiving — and Christmas shopping — thousands of north state residents will be getting an unexpected bill.
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A time bomb that could bring major changes to California politics has been set in place and is likely to become explosive before the next presidential election.
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The fight has begun — the fight in Congress between those who have sworn never to raise their own taxes, and those who know that privatizing Social Security, Medicare and Medicaid are the opposite of what the people voted for.
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Some information for my fellow Americans: Did you know that we can buy an American flag at Walmart that is made in the USA? The flagpole that comes with it is made in China.
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Cody Conoboy went missing in January 2011 after fleeing from a stolen vehicle near Tish-Tang in Hoopa. With his birthday on Nov. 28, we would like to remind everyone that he is still missing.
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Isaiah Short, 4, stands next to his father, Bill, after changing into new clothes bought for him by his foster mother, Dena Price, before having a family portrait made Monday at the Youth and Family Services annual Thanksgiving meal at the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints in Redding. Children in foster care were
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SHASTA LAKE —Facing a pair of upcoming retirements and the recent election of one member to the City Council, the Shasta Lake Fire Protection District board of directors plans to appoint two new members next week.
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With updated election results finding he lost his seat on the Redding City Council to Gary Cadd by an 11-vote margin, Dick Dickerson has until Saturday to request a recount.
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In 1912: The body of the unidentified train robber was buried in the Redding cemetery by the Redding Undertaking Co. The funeral was not largely attended. The bandit was buried at the expense of the county and the grave was marked "Unknown Dead."
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As her criminal trial draws closer, a settlement conference that was scheduled Monday for ex-Shasta Lake Councilwoman Dolores Lucero was postponed until Nov. 26.
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A Shasta County sheriff's deputy wants the county to pay back the thousands of dollars he spent to heal his dog after two fellow deputies ran her over while checking on him at his Paynes Creek home during the summer's devastating Ponderosa Fire.
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Three people died within 90 minutes Monday in separate car crashes in Shasta County.
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Toy, food drives set in Shingletown
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Don't forget about that shop around the corner.
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Duenas trial setting postponed again
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Firefighters are battling a blaze at a home south of Cypress Avenue in east Redding.
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A driver died after crashing into a tree just outside Anderson this afternoon.
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YREKA - A 57-year-old McCloud man pleaded not guilty today in Siskiyou County Superior Court to murdering a 15-year-old girl in 1997.
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See who was where at recent north state events.
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There's been a lot of talk in the wake of the election about how "divided" we are as a nation and all the ways that we are different.
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In our story the other this weekend, the R-S' Joe Szydlowski quoted Jim Nielsen's advice that residents of the State Responsibility Area should go to the Howard Jarvis Taxpayers Association's website to learn how to protest the tax. That's good...
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Reports are compiled by Western Outdoor News. Call 800-290-2929. BEST BITES SHASTA LAKE — Now that the lake has turned, use topwater baits early and late for numbers of bass and as the sun comes up, throw spinnerbaits in the shade pockets The trout and bait have moved up and the Sac and McCloud arms are full of shad, maki
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Two people died this afternoon in a rollover crash on Highway 299 in the Oak Run area, officials said.
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In an Op-Ed pitched my way this morning (though not yet, as far as I can tell, online anywhere else), the Family Research Council's Rob Schwarzwalder and Cathy Ruse write about conservatives' shock at Mitt Romney's loss and American voters'...
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Q. How and for what in your religion or faith tradition are you told to give thanks? Christians are to give thanks for many things. A most comforting promise Christ gives his followers that we rejoice in is found in Hebrews 13:5b, “I will never leave you nor forsake you.” However the two main emphases of thanksgiving wo
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The setting of a trial date for a Cottonwood man accused of stabbing his wife to death was put off today in Shasta County Superior Court until Dec. 19.
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Hello Everyone, Time flies as I wind down my last week here for the 11th time. I haven’t written as often as usual but that isn’t for lack of interesting things to write about, such as: 1) waking up a few weeks ago around 5 a.m. to the sound of something like machine gun fire [...]
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Hostess Brands Inc. and its second largest union will go into mediation to try and resolve their differences, meaning the company won't go out of business just yet. The news came Monday after Hostess moved to liquidate and sell off its assets in bankruptcy court citing a crippling strike last week.
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No one was injured today in a two-vehicle traffic accident on Quartz Hill Road near Clarks Lane in Redding. The crash happened around noon.
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WEAVERVILLE —The trial of a McKinleyville woman accused of drowning her 2½-year-old daughter in the Trinity River last year got underway this morning with attorneys delivering opening statements.
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The California Highway Patrol (CHP) announced today that it will accept applications in January from individuals interested in a career as a CHP officer. “This is an opportunity to serve alongside some of California’s finest who provide the highest level of safety, service and security throughout the state,” said C
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If you're like me, sometimes you're in the mood for a short leg stretcher rather than a grinding, all-day trek over hill and dale.
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Pheasant shoot set Dec. 2 for veterans
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Q: I was always taught as a kid fishing in the streams in the high Sierras and Mother Lode lakes that a child under 16 had to count their catches under their licensed parent's or other adult's license on site.
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From Janet O'Neill's story in today's R-S about the new thrift shop run by Tehama County's PATH: Meanwhile, despite repeated setbacks over its 12-year history, PATH remains determined to establish a permanent homeless shelter. Most recently, in 2011, the group...
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It was a quiet day at the Board of Supervisors meeting on Tuesday.  Some citizens came forward to complain; others to announce their seasonal charitable celebration (the Charity Trail of Trees at the Mount Shasta Mall).  The Supervisors did some of their own ceremonial activities: recognizing the Employee of the Month; re
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Don't make any plans to dry out for the next few days. The National Weather Service says rain is in the forecast today through Wednesday.
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Some 23,000 Shasta County residents were registered to vote but nonetheless didn't cast a ballot in the Nov. 6 election.
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The U.S. is on track to surpass Saudi Arabia as the world's largest producer of oil by 2020. These are the headlines in The Wall Street Journal, Forbes magazine and elsewhere. We will soon be a net oil exporter. The year now ending represents the biggest single-year gain in oil production since 1951.
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Here we go again. After winning his re-election, President Obama has become the biggest gun dealer we have right now. Fears of his gun ban have people buying extra magazines, ammo and firearms. S&W's stock went up 9.6 percent and Sturm Ruger up 6.8 percent.
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There's something deeply sad about knowing we will never get to see what Mitt Romney might have done to save America.
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I agree with Agnes Biechman about our national anthem. I realize the song is difficult to sing and stay on key, but I don't slaughter the notes.
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RED BLUFF —Two years ago Jennifer Ragsdale fled a life marred by domestic violence and drug abuse, finding herself homeless and losing her two young daughters to foster care.
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In 1912: Thirty-three carloads of stock cattle — more than 1,000 head — were shipped from Anderson to Castle River in San Luis Obispo County. Fifteen cowboys were in charge of the herd. Their presence in Anderson gave the town a frontier appearance and livened up business.
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Hoping to make a little money by selling out-of-production Twinkies, Stewart Cameron set up near a busy street corner in Anderson on Sunday to sell the dessert cakes out of the back of his pickup.
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Forecasters say there's a good chance it'll rain today in Redding. The National Weather Service reports the showers will most likely fall before 10 a.m., and otherwise it's supposed to be cloudy and about 57 degrees. Tonight, expect a low of 51 degrees and a 60 percent chance of showers, which will increase to 70 percent by
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Enterprise and West Valley captured Northern Section volleyball championships on Saturday, and now has a chance to prove their worth to the rest of the state.
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Here's the sweet potato recipe I've been asked about. It was posted in the RS in 2009. Sweet Potato Anna Chiropractor and nutritionist Trudi Pratt of Redding has loved organic cooking since she was a young girl, especially when recipes...
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Redding has about a 40 percent chance of rain today, the National Weather Service reports, and stormier weather is on its way.
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Directed by Richard Allen Fiske, the fall “Whet Your Appetite” concert will feature works of Tchaikovsky with some members of the Redding Ballet, conducted by Cindy Michaels, as a finale to a short concert. The concert starts at 3:15 p.m. Sunday at Shasta College Theater, 11555 Old Oregon Trail, Redding.
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  We met Tajci, her husband Matthew, and their three children yesterday when they arrived at our parish.   They arrived in the middle of a huge storm. Liz had a team of volunteers ready to help and there were many men ready and willing to unload the equipment.   As soon as they arrived
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Redding police were investigating a report of a stabbing suffered by a 17-year-old male in the area of North Court Street late Saturday night, but officials today said that claim turned out to be unfounded.
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Last week I received a letter from my close friend's brother. Having never received mail from him it caught me off guard, as if something bad may have happened. My curiosity was high as I opened the envelope. Wow! It was a copy of a typo-infested letter I had written to his brother nearly 40 years ago.
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Since signing a lease in August, Joe Wong has been tight-lipped about his plans for the former Chevy's Fresh Mex on Hilltop Drive.
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When I pulled up to the Shingletown Library Thursday evening, it was just getting dark and the little wooden building glowed like a cabin in a Laura Ingalls Wilder book.
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Does Redding have problem motels — glorified flophouses where no local would dream of sending a lost tourist, yet instead make homes to drug dealers, prostitutes, parolees and those with no other prospect for a warm, dry bed?
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Thanksgiving is four days away. As a child, I liked the routine and sameness of the holiday — what we ate, who we ate it with, and the phone calls to distant relatives. Now I am older, and every year I view Thanksgiving through a different lens.
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Should Texas be allowed to secede from the Union? Since President Barack Obama's re-election, more than 100,000 people have put their name to an online petition demanding Texas be allowed to peacefully leave the United States and form its own government.
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n the end, the late literary giant Ray Bradbury finally got to Mars, his ashes arriving in a tomato-soup can via Ferris wheel. At least in filmmaker Michael O'Kelly's short version of his mammoth Bradbury biopic. As many know, Bradbury was a huge proponent of space exploration and said in a 2006 interview that humans shou
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Suffused with self-righteousness, Robert Springer seems unaware that he is manifesting the same intolerance for which he ferociously attacks evangelical Christians.
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Our liberal friends will soon realize that Mitt Romney didn't lose the election. America did.
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We had a wonderful evening at the Cascade Theatre with the premiere showing of "Lincoln" and interview and Q&A session with Kathleen Kennedy.
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Having had a great deal of contact with the medical profession in the past few years, I have become acquainted with many wonderful people.
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There are two problems that we need to get under control. The federal laws on the books are not enforced. The states look the other way and large followings have developed saying that it is good for the people. How can we demand others to follow the law when we do not?
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I am writing in response to Lynn Warren's letter. First, I must say that I am not a member of the Tea Party, and I have been a registered Democrat for many years, starting when I was first able to vote. However, I consider myself an American first. I try to be reasonable and look at issues from more than one side.
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The lack of education resulting in anger while wrongfully punishing a baby for continued crying by a boyfriend or other babysitter, for example, can lead to serious damage and criminal charges.
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Regarding Tuesday's letter about the poor job of singing the National Anthem by soloists at public functions, I agree completely.
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I have two cats who were born in the same litter and have been together all of their lives. They sleep together, play together and groom each other. They truly love each other as well as me. Be sweet to them and they'll love you too. But let a gopher, or a strange cat, show up and they expose a side of them that is vici
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Note to readers: This week's column is written by Andrea Eldridge.
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RED BLUFF — Fairy tales eventually come to an end.
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FALL SOFTBALL CHAMPIONS CROWNED
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RED BLUFF —Star power might win a lot of games, but it takes a team to win a volleyball championship.
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RED BLUFF — This group of Eagles wouldn't fall.
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If you're like me, sometimes you're in the mood for a short leg stretcher rather than a grinding, all-day trek over hill and dale.
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Q: I was always taught as a kid fishing in the streams in the high Sierras and Mother Lode lakes that a child under 16 had to count their catches under their licensed parent's or other adult's license on site.
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Pheasant shoot set Dec. 2 for veterans
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RED BLUFF —Young teams are supposed to fold in pressure situations. But the battle-tested Hornets didn't mind it at all.
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Eagles pay Falcons back for Oct. 5 loss
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The Shasta College women's basketball team beat Feather River 68-53 on Saturday at the Skyline Tournament in San Francisco.
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YREKA —Five people pleaded guilty to charges stemming from abusing horses that led to the deaths of two animals at a ranch near Montague, the Siskiyou County district attorney's office announced Friday.
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SHASTA LAKE — The city is eyeing a pair of lots next to City Hall to fill a gap in parking spaces.
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In 1912: The citizens of Chico wanted a reduction of the number of saloons in their city, transparent windows allowing at all times a view of the interior, and forfeiture of their license for sale of liquor to minor drunkards. Boxes would not be allowed, and women must be kept out of places where liquor is sold.
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A north state hospital could see its Medicare reimbursements drop by up to 1 percent because of excessive readmissions, a cost-saving effort under President Barack Obama's signature health care legislation.
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The Redding City Council on Tuesday is expected to act on an agreement to join Anderson officials and Shasta supervisors on the county Air Pollution Control Board.
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Jax lost his leg, but not his spirit. The 3-year-old Siberian husky will be hopping through life on three legs after a convoluted misadventure last week.
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Heavy rain flooded parts of Shasta County on Saturday evening, especially the southern area east of Anderson, causing rockslides along Highway 299.
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YREKA — A second suspect has been arrested in connection with the 1997 killing of a 15-year-old girl in Siskiyou County, authorities said Saturday.
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They could be dead or in prison.
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California is one of 23 states with a specific methamphetamine contamination disclosure law pertaining to the sale of a home.
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Heavy rain is preparing to hit Redding, forecasters say, and the National Weather Service has issued a flood advisory.
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YREKA - Authorities say they've arrested a second suspect in the 1997 killing of a 15-year-old girl in Siskiyou County.
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A transformer has caught fire on the 13000 block of Plantina Road in Igo today.
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A logging truck is lying on its side, blocking the northbound lane of Churn Creek Road near Duncan Lane, just south of the Knighton Road exit on Interstate 5.
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Trinity County Sheriff's deputies and other law enforcement are headed to Mad River on reports that an assailant sideswiped a man's vehicle and shot at him.
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Here’s a 1986 built 2,967 sqft 4/3 on almost a half acre near desirable Gold Hills.
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To illustrate my column this morning. From the north wall of the Klassique Kafe on Athens Avenue in Redding. The proposed monument features cutout silhouettes of a medevac helicopter and two men running with a stretcher bearing a wounded comrade....
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With winter upon us, many of our favorite birds return for the season. Bird feeders come out of summer dormancy and are cleaned and filled for a new season. With leaves off of many trees, and the distractions in the garden far fewer than in summer, watching the seasonal birds in our gardens or along [...]
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The Siskiyou Ice Rink will have its grand opening in Mount Shasta at 1:30 p.m. today.
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It may not be Santa's workshop, but people of all ages are welcome to stop by the Redding Civic Auditorium today between 4:30 and 10 p.m. to take part in wrapping care packages for the troops.
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The National Weather Service is predicting rain throughout next week for the north state.
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Fixing a problem isn't always as easy as restarting a computer.
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Neither the rain nor the Chico High defense could stop Brad Woods.
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SHASTA LAKE — The Eagles have an incredible story to tell their grandkids.
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The improbable is pitted against the predictable in the Northern Section Division VI volleyball finals set for today at 11 a.m. at Red Bluff High School.
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Revenge is looked down as hypocritical, counterproductive and juvenile. But athletes don't care about that.
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Enterprise and Shasta High are five miles apart, but have never played each other in a Northern Section volleyball championship.
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The No. 3 Foothills High Cougars fell to the No. 2 Paradise Bobcats on Friday night 42-6 in a Division I semifinal at the Ridge.
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PALO CEDRO — The sobering loss of Hayden Piper seemed too much for the Redding Christian Lions as they fell 34-15 to Dunsmuir in the Division VI section title game on a rainy and sloppy night in Palo Cedro.
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When Redding's City Council ordered a study of the impact fees the city charges developers and homebuilders — fees that cover houses' share of new parks, roads, and water and sewer lines, etc. — the idea was that the fees were too high and the review would cut them down to size.
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Redding's a last-minute town. Lots of event organizers will tell you that. So here's your chance, Redding. If you don't have plans this evening, get thee to the Vets Hall on Yuba Street for an all-you-can-eat $10 spaghetti dinner and a patriotic night of music and dancing all for a great cause — a monument
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Washington's International Spy Museum is opening a new exhibit commemorating 50 years of James Bond films and their villains.
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It should come as no surprise that pertinent information concerning our wars in Afghanistan and Iraq is provided through a corporate/government filter, designed to obscure potentially embarrassing or damaging information.
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Obama was not my president during his first term and he will not be my president during his second term. Obama is by far the worst president in history and his record proves it. Obama is destroying America.
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How many millions of dollars/euros has the Catholic Church spent either settling lawsuits (or making them go away) concerning homosexual relations?
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I respect your right to express your disdain for unions. I assume by your attitude that you have given up all of the benefits unions have brought to your lives.
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Today I'm going to teach you a simple way to remove paint from clothes.
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Q. Ground squirrels are wasting my garden, chewing on all the vegetables, even the bark of the fruit trees. What should I do?
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Kanya Garden, a Thai restaurant that opened in Redding in 2008, has relocated to 2705 Churn Creek Road, the former home of Lai Lai Chinese Buffet.
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The most common complaint I hear from people calling for computer service is that their system is sluggish, slow to boot up and unresponsive. While the usual culprits (viruses and spyware) often factor in, sometimes even virus-free computers run slower than they should.
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Four cars in two separate crashes smashed up on northbound Interstate 5 tonight, injuring several people and bringing traffic to a halt, the California Highway Patrol is reporting.
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It's great to welcome back a new novel, "A Devil is Waiting," by Jack Higgins, who has thrilled and intrigued readers for half a century.
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The term "fiscal cliff" refers to the economic impact of combined tax hikes and spending cuts scheduled to begin Jan. 1.
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Travis Thomas and Jesse Geron
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The "delectable" factor plays a crucial role in creating wonderful holiday memories. And the toffees and confections from Bliss Candy Co. help make this happen.
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Alvin and Virginia Burr
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Our footwear is used as a gauge to define how socially savvy we are.
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Dear readers: Here it is again, folks, the "teen-n-twenty" shopping list that's direct from the source. I probably sound like a broken record, but I continue my progressive advice to "think outside the box" (or in this case the flat screen) and avoid addicting and social-skill-depriving gifts such as vid
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Lindsey Kelly and Bernard Bergfelder
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Perhaps because they happened right around the time I first joined the Record Searchlight in 1997, perhaps because they were covered with such depth and feeling by then-R-S reporter Anne Hart, but the twin disappearances of McCould women Hannah Zaccaglini...
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Santa arrives at Mt. Shasta Mall Saturday, November 17th.
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Nothing to report on Redding's quest for United Airlines service to Denver. Airports Manager Rod Dinger emailed this week that he asked United to give him an update. Dinger and others, including EDC President M
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Challenger Gary Cadd has unseated incumbent Dick Dickerson from the Redding City Council by a difference of 11 votes.
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Finally — finally! — the "Twilight" franchise embraces its own innate absurdity with the gleefully over-the-top conclusion, "The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn — Part 2."
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Ancient One guessed the mystery photo correctly at 9:11. It is the interior of the Glenburn Church at Glenburn. Congratulations to her! Thank you everyone else who checked in or made a guess. And a big thank you to our...
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Buoyed by a 2.3 percent increase in retail jobs, Shasta County’s unemployment rate ticked down to 11.5 percent in October, the state reported today.
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Firefighters have contained a blaze that broke out at the Siskiyou Forest Products cogeneration plant in Anderson.
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he biological mother of a young Cottonwood boy who was nearly beaten to death in late 2009 by his guardian remained in Shasta County jail today after being arrested Wednesday on suspicion of violating parole.
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McCLOUD — Siskiyou County sheriff’s investigators served today a search warrant at the home of a 57-year-old McCloud man accused of murdering a 15-year-old girl who went missing in 1997.
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"Under the social and economic systems of developed countries, the cost of a child outweighs the child's usefulness." That's from Toru Suzuki, a Japanese researcher quoted by the NY Times' David Brooks. It's surely true. As the proud dad of...
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A great video exploring the realm of possibility. If video games were real. The post If Video Games Were Real appeared first on Daily Dump.
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  I have been a nurse my entire adult life, beginning as a military field medic. I have always been told my training and my mission is to save lives. We (Nurses) will soon be forced to make a decision to either keep our jobs or particiapte in abortions.   I WILL NOT!   Do not sell your souls...
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Election day seemed like a good day to attend the Shasta County Board of Supervisors meeting. In the hyper-partisan atmosphere of this Presidential election, we have been bombarded by strong anti-government rhetoric and sometimes hysterical claims that we are facing the end of American life as we have known it.
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Ran across this list of recent home sales in Redding. Redding Connecticut. Some fairly high priced homes there, it would appear. Perhaps our ‘sister city’ on the east coast wasn’t once named Poverty Flat. It was an int
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This is the interior of a historic church. What is the name of the church? Welcome to the History Mystery Photo Contest. If you're the first person to give the correct answer, you'll win the prize plus an award certificate...
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Hostess Brands says it is going out of business, closing plants that make Twinkies, Ding Dongs and Wonder Bread and laying off all of its 18,500 workers.
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Recklessly Irresponsible TV. What the hell? These sketches are just horrible. The post Recklessly Irresponsible TV appeared first on Daily Dump.
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This one began listing a month ago for $46,900. Looks like they might be ready to negotiate.
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A man who reportedly tried to break up a fight between two women was taken this morning to a Redding hospital after he was stabbed in the abdomen, police said.
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A second fire Thursday night nearly destroyed a home that was damaged Sunday night by another fire.
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I enjoyed your article about toy and real guns. I wanted to ask if you might be able do one about knife's.  I have seen a lot of cool knife's online and in stores but I don't know what is ok to have and under what conditions.  Thank you for your time. Unless you’re asking about [...]
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Work on several north state roads could cause delays today, according to local and state agencies.
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Rain will be hitting the north state today, and throughout the weekend.
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RED BLUFF — Focus often can be underestimated when the game is on the line.
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When West Valley beat Central Valley in a 2010 playoff, Greg Grandell let his team know that it had one opportunity for glory. As he says, that's the way most chances in life go by.
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Rematches in the Northern Section postseason are almost inevitable.
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One of the best weekends of the year for prep sports is here.
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COTTONWOOD — Last year the semifinals were a dead end. But the West Valley High volleyball team made a speed bump out of them Thursday.
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The upset run continues for the Patriots. The No. 10 Liberty Christian volleyball team swept third-seeded Greenville on the road Thursday, 25-23, 25-17, 25-13 in a Northern Section Division VI semifinal.
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We'd have never imagined we'd write these words, but they're true: California offers a model for balancing budgets.
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A good sex scandal always has something to teach us. Usually, what we learn in kindergarten: "Keep your hands to yourself." And the one affecting our top military leaders is no exception. Will we learn that there is no such thing as privacy on the Internet? Apparently not.
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It probably wasn't happenstance that California's historic — good or bad, it's historic — experiment in greenhouse gas regulation was delayed until after an election in which voters would be deciding on new taxes.
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The Shasta Local Agency Formation Commission on Thursday decisively rebuked an intermountain community services district's request to expand potential service area to nearly 235 times larger than its current size.
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Public health officials countywide on Thursday pushed information to help smokers kick the habit as part of the 37th Annual Great American Smokeout.
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A Redding man convicted last month of raping a 17-year-old girl in 2008 and an 11-year-old girl last year was sentenced Thursday to life in prison without parole, a first for such sex crimes in Shasta County.
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In 1912: The Redding Chamber of Commerce received a consignment of preserved fruits and vegetables from below that were sent there to be specially processed. Among the specimens were several varieties of plums ad prunes, apricots, peaches, pears, cherries, grapes, apples, beans, corn, alfalfa and squash. They were to be arr
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Maureen Renard, of Redding, organizes food donations during a food drive Thursday at Taylor Motors on Cypress Avenue in Redding.
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After 15 years of intrigue and uncertainty, Siskiyou County sheriff's detectives Thursday arrested a 57-year-old McCloud man in the suspected murder of a 15-year-old McCloud girl who went missing in 1997.
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City Manger Kurt Starman told a gathering of business and community leaders Thursday Redding is considering writing a new law to help police hotels and motels.
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In Punjabi, Hebrew or English, expressions of gratitude have different words but share the same spirit. And that's the common ground on which the Thanksgiving Interfaith Service in Redding has been built.
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County not sure who will handle issues
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Driver sentenced in fatal crash
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Redding firefighters have been called to residential house fire tonight in the 2500 block of Bunker Street.
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The last day of operation for the historic ice house was Sept. 24, 1998. It was the oldest ice factory in Redding, having been built in 1907. Because it was an ice house, you would think its 91-year-old life wouldn't have been that interesting. Not so.
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Authorities blew up a pipe bomb tonight at the Bailey Cove boat ramp on Lake Shasta after several people spotted it about 5 p.m.
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Rock Creek Road is now open to drivers after being closed for months when what was arguably the summer's most notorious wildfire destroyed its bridges.
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Pacific Gas and Electric Co. is bringing its "Energy House Calls" reality series to three locations in Redding.
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Today was my day off and I spent it baking persimmon cookies. The persimmons were from Larry Miller's tree in Redding who will get a big bag of these cookies tomorrow. Thanks Larry!...
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DALLAS (AP) — A freight train slammed into a parade float carrying wounded veterans on Thursday, killing four people and injuring 17 others as the float tried to get through a West Texas railroad crossing on its way to an honorary banquet, authorities said.
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It probably wasn't happenstance that California's historic — good or bad, it's historic — experiment in greenhouse gas regulation was delayed until after an election in which voters would be deciding on new taxes.
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A good sex scandal always has something to teach us. Usually, what we learn in kindergarten: "Keep your hands to yourself." And the one affecting our top military leaders is no exception. Will we learn that there is no such thing as privacy on the Internet? Apparently not.
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We'd have never imagined we'd write these words, but they're true: California offers a model for balancing budgets.
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Authorities say reports of an assault that may have involved a death today were unfounded.
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Are you manly enough to drink these teas? While this video does has some foul language it still makes me laugh while simultaneously educating me about the many different types of tea. Enjoy. The post Extreme Tea Drinkers appeared first on
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These grandparents decide to ghost ride the whip with their spare time. These dudes look hard! The post Grandparents Ghost Ride The Whip appeared first on Daily Dump.
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Crazy guy loses it in the office after some guy knocks some papers off of his desk. Some people take work too seriously. This is supposedly from an office in Russia. The post Guy Loses It In Office appeared first on
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Just heard about this guy from a friend. Watched some videos of him, the guy has some great stuff check him out. Hope you all enjoy. The post Ghost in the stalls appeared first on Daily Dump.
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California coastal regulators were set to weigh in Wednesday on a utility's contentious plan to map offshore earthquake faults near a nuclear power plant by blasting loud air cannons.
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CHICO - All activities by both fraternities and sororities at California State University, Chico, have been suspended, the Chico Enterprise Record reported today.
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The Ultimate Treadmill Fails Compilation. Enjoy watching others damage themselves via treadmill. The post The Ultimate Treadmill Fails Compilation appeared first on Daily Dump.
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There's still time, sites for flu shots
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November is National Family Caregiver Month, a time set aside to acknowledge the important role that family members and others play in caring for the sick, elderly and disabled.
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Do you ever wonder what happens to our community's fine young high school athletes? Do they go on to play college? Do they play all four years? What do they end up doing after they graduate?
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Siskiyou County Sheriff’s detectives have arrested a 57-year-old McCloud man in the suspected murder of a 15-year-old girl who went missing in 1997.
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Cool artsy gallery of all of your childhood heroes in a different light. This gives you a whole different perspective on the heroes you looked up to as a child. The post Childhood Heroes As You’ve Never Seen Them Be
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A Missouri man has been sentenced to more than a year in prison for driving while drunk in a June crash that claimed the life of one of his passengers, Tehama County prosecutors said today.
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Where can you get screaming deals on local items and gifts from the comfort of your livingroom? At the auction held on KIXE TV, starting at 7 pm every evening and running through the 19th. You can score some real bargains, and also help keep our local educational TV station alive and kicking. Plus, it’s just fun to
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This enormous 7870 sqft 8/8 sits on 40 acres near Lake Shasta.
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A 33-year-old Manton man has been sentenced to three years in prison for threatening to run down a person with a backhoe, prosecutors announced this morning.
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Sam runs the halfway house that the men in this story live in.  It’s a two bedroom, one bath house that has been modified to hold ten adult men, who sleep in bunk beds, crowd around the solid, wooden table in the dining room, run out of food by the end of the month.  Only [...]
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“Hey Dad. You gonna pack the potato salad?” My son pointed to a container on the kitchen counter. “It’s been out all night.” I was the foreman on that day’s lunch-assembly-line. We were behind schedule, and I wasn’t looking for quality control. “Probably.” “But it’s got mayo?” He frowned. “Yep.”
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The Shingletown Library will hold an open house tonight to show off its new grant-funded renovations.
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Work on several north state roads could cause delays today, according to local and state agencies.
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Today will bring out the sun from in between clouds one last time before a storm system covers the north state with rain through the weekend.
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It is wonderful that Christian Church Homes, owner of the Lorenz Hotel, has mustered the financing to renovate and update the graceful downtown Redding landmark.
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Think Sophocles in cyberspace.
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Well, the elections are over and the majority of Americans have made their choice to give President Obama another four years.
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My favorite local restaurant? Usually I punt when asked (“What kind of food do you fancy?” I respond), but if pushed I’d say it’s probably Nello’s Place -- consistently first-rate (and rich) Italian cuisine, romantic atmosphere, old-world service and always a safe choice for holiday gatherings, to entertain visi
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Artist Gwen Knaebel's initial interest in combining art and technology was in the classroom. A former teacher and librarian for the Shasta Union High School District, Knaebel was doing individualized mastery learning using engaging bright colored looped filmstrips in self-operated machines to encourage reluctant learners t
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You wouldn’t know it by wondering around Redding today, but it wasn’t that long ago the concept of “wine bar” was foreign to the city.
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Acrobatic gingerbread men, spinning penguins, soaring reindeer and tightrope-walking toy soldiers are just some of the magic headed to the Civic Auditorium next week in a show so dazzling that one critic said it would bring a smile to the Grinch himself.
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It seems that the white minority minority in some states are signing petitions to secede from the Union.
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We tried telling the people that 48 percent of them are no-good leeches ( sniff, sniff).
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The re-election of President Barack Obama, in the face of the most hate-driven opposition of a sitting president in our history, should be a wake-up call for evangelical voters. Christians have thrown in with the wrong party at the wrong time for the wrong reasons.
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A consultant's study indicates Redding would have to nearly double its park development impact fees to maintain the level of services the city offers.
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Julie Clausen (left) hugs Christine Modesitt, both of Redding, after Modesitt dropped off gifts from students at North Cow Creek School for Christmas for the Troops, on Wednesday at Safeway on East Cypress Avenue.
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RED BLUFF — A man nearly lost his thumb after an hours-long argument ended in an attack with a butcher's knife, authorities say.
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Calling it a business decision that puts him in a better position to keep serving Redding, James Mitchell has closed his Cold Stone Creamery on East Cypress Avenue.
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An intermountain community services district today will hear whether the Shasta Local Agency Formation Commission will approve long-standing plans for a massive expansion of the district's service area.
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It's the little things that Donald Gardner missed most.
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The Shasta County Board of Education will sell wildfire-charred Camp Latieze in Manton for $200,000.
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The Burney father whose two young children were severely hurt Monday by a shotgun blast at their home suggested to sheriff's deputies they might have been injured by a falling entertainment center.
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Foreclosure activity in Shasta County plunged last month with 266 new filings, down from 339 in September and 467 in October 2011, RealtyTrac reported today.
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A pair of Redding restaurants — Fat Boy's Rotisserie & Sandwiches and Tortuga Bay Grill — have closed.
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For Tony Moore and Rebekah Studebaker, being the best wasn't just a personal goal, it was a realistic expectation.
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The differences in the West Valley and Central Valley football programs are many and glaring. Offensive schemes. School colors. Fan bases. History.
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10 Knights earn all-Bay Valley nods
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Hilarious video a must watch. Antoher epic Gangnam Style Remix The post Epic Gangnam Style appeared first on Daily Dump.
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In 1912: Emmanuel Simita, who had a monopoly on the peanut and popcorn business in Redding, returned from a business trip to San Francisco.
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R&R Quality Meats will open its new seafood market Friday. Owner Charlie Lefort purchased the former Buz's Crab Stand building on East Street earlier this year. Buz's closed in July after nearly 45 years in business.
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A reader wrote and asked me if I knew the year the City of Redding installed the first Christmas tree in the middle of the Butte and Market Street intersection and also when it was moved to the parking lot...
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A crash on northbound Interstate 5 slowed traffic near the Jellys Ferry Road exit for nearly an hour today, according to the California Highway Patrol.
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Enjoy this second limited edition Randomness Epicness Gallery on this glorious hump day. We’re halfway to the weekend my friends. The post Randomness Epicness Gallery 2nd Edition appeared first on
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Louis Comfort Tiffany was the quintessential tastemaker of the post-Civil War Gilded Age. His iridescent leaded-glass windows and lamps decorated public buildings and homes of rich and famous clients. But most of his commissions were for America's houses of worship at a time of unprecedented church-building
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RED BLUFF - A man nearly lost his thumb after an hours-long argument ended with an attack with a butcher's knife, authorities say.
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Does anyone want a personalized email address for dailydump.net ? We have all these cool email accounts like chestercopperpot@dailydump.net and supremecommanderofallthinginthemilkygalaxy@dailydump.net the options are limitless but we just thought we should share the love. Just imagagine how cool [...]The post
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A vehicle suffered major front end damage after hitting the center divider just south of the Pit River Bridge today.
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It was brought to my attention yesterday that literally the first piece of legislation that the White House offered an official position on after the election last week was S. 3525, the Sportsmen's Heritage Act. (If it sounds familiar to...
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Calling it a business decision that puts him in a better position to keep serving Redding, James Mitchell has closed his Cold Stone Creamery on East Cypress Avenue.
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I’ve been worrying about my brain lately. At least I think I have. I really can’t remember.
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Tomorrow's scheduled preliminary hearing for a 28-year-old Redding man charged with murder in connection with last month's shooting death of his friend was put off today in Shasta County.
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R&R Quality Meats will open its new seafood market Friday.
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A woman driver was injured slightly this morning when her car went off the northbound Interstate 5 off-ramp at Oasis Road in north Redding.
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Scammers are like tomato worms. They just keep coming back every year. Scam of the month seems to be people trying to shake down seniors for personal information by saying they are calling "from the health department" during Medicare Open...
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THIS WAS SENT TO ME BY Revive America/PresidentDowngrade PAC I am in NO WAY affiliated with them nor do I ask that you make any donations. Doing so is strictly at your discretion as I have only posted this article for information purposes and do not recommend that you donate to any cause before you [...]
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Well, Shasta Lake City. The Silver Dollar beckons all with a welcoming glow. More so recently, since it gets dark so early. C’mon in. It’s Really Redding. Arright, Really Shasta Lake, but who’s to quibble?
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Here’s a truly spectacular Lake Shasta luxury home, 3989 sqft 8/4.
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Regular reader Ed draws my attention to a curious phenomenon from last week's congressional elections: Even though the president won and the Democrats picked up two Senate seats -- and even though the Democrats won a slight lead in the...
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Thanksgiving is full of family traditions, food memories, and of course hours of fantastic kitchen fun for the dedicated foodies.  Thanksgiving is one of my favorite times of year. I adore the smells, decorations, lovely trees throughout the north state, and creating memories of family fun.   Making your own family tradi
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The opportunity to capture your adorable kidlet trying their first taste of lemon only comes along once. If you’re fast enough to capture that shot on your phone or camera, how do you share that priceless pucker with all your friends and family? There are so many ways to share that grandma and grandpa need [...]
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Work on several north state roads could cause delays today, according to local and state agencies.
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Redding will get two more days of sunshine before rain rolls into the north state, according to the National Weather Service.
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All the big headlines these past few weeks have been about politicians and the stray philandering general. But the truly life-changing news? It might have been happening not in the halls of Washington power, but in a Southern California research lab.
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Mitt Romney now joins the long list of the kinds of presidential candidates favored by the Republican establishment — nice, moderate losers, people with no coherently articulated vision, despite how many ad hoc talking points they may have.
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I have a difficult time believing a teacher friend overheard several high school girls talking about the most attractive attributes of their favorite handguns. They aren't old enough to own pistols and I don't think they could afford to buy them on the black market.
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Congratulations to those of you who voted to defeat Proposition 37 and to those who sent Doug LaMalfa to Congress.
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Last week was California's 14th annual Retired Teachers Week. Since 1998, the California Retired Teachers Association (CalRTA) has sponsored Retired Teachers Week as a way to not only spotlight our members' extensive volunteerism but to encourage others to do the same.
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My wife and I were among the fortunate at the packed Cascade Theater Sunday evening to attend a special showing of Steven Spielberg's latest film, "Lincoln."
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COTTONWOOD —A long layoff didn't affect the West Valley High volleyball team one bit.
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RED BLUFF — Even No. 1 seeds need a dose of reality every now and then.
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Daniel Robbins of Chico moved into third place on the all-time list for single-season passing yards in the Northern Section, and he needs just 10 yards to break the all-time mark of 2,690.
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The No. 10 seed Liberty Christian volleyball team won on the road Tuesday by defeating No. 2 Princeton in five sets, 25-15, 15-25, 25-22, 17-25, 15-13 in the Northern Section Division VI playoffs.
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The historic Lorenz Hotel, home to elderly and disabled residents on fixed incomes, is preparing to undergo major renovations starting next month.
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Raley's and the union representing some 7,500 of the grocery chain's workers reached a tentative agreement Tuesday, ending a 9-day-old strike.
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In 1912: The safe in the company's office at the Mammoth Mine was broken by robbers who rifled it of all coin and valuables. The combination was knocked off with hammers. No explosives were used. The cracksmen got but little money. They were a day too soon.
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BURNEY — Two young Burney children remain in serious condition after being shot Monday by a long gun, authorities say.
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RED BLUFF — At least two members of the City Council believe the panel could have done more to avert the failure of Measure A, the transient occupancy tax ordinance that appeared on the Nov. 6 ballot.
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A Redding defense attorney is seeking to disqualify a retired Superior Court judge from hearing a criminal case involving two black defendants after the judge recently said both men look alike.
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CORNING — Authorities say around 12,900 feet of copper wire was stolen from railroad tracks that run along Highway 99 West north of Corning.
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Folino owes $620,000 for failed event
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The Social Security office on Park Marina Drive will be reducing its public hours starting next week.
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A two-vehicle wreck is blocking the roadway at Old Oregon Trail and Oasis Road this evening, authorities say.
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It's that time of year again.If you would like to receive a Christmas card from me - or other card, if you do not observe Christmas - please leave your address in comments, which are screened for your privacy.This is totally no strings attached and nothing is expected in return.
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Police say they caught a man with marijuana, heroin and narcotic pills shortly after he stole a computer from the Wal-Mart in Anderson on Monday.
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The Siskiyou Arts Bus, DJ Rail Jam, Mt. Shasta Ski Park blowing snow, shops open late, santa and friends, tree lighting, fire dancers, and more...
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North State kids shine like stars at the Mt. Shasta Mall Talent Showcase! Talented 8-year-old Patrick Kremer wins the November competition singing and dancing like Michael Jackson.
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Simpson University will present its seventh annual Exposure Film Festival on Friday, Nov. 16, at 8 p.m. The event is designed to spotlight the works of Simpson students and will take place in the Heritage Student Life Center on campus.
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Theatre. A new critic. And Admirer of Theatre.
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SYNOPSIS: On Monday, November 12th, and in the afternoon hours, Shascom received a 911 call advising that two small children had been injured by an unknown type weapon and or device. Shasta County Burney deputies responded and located two severally injured children.
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Reports are compiled by Western Outdoor News. Call 800-290-2929. BEST BITES TRINITY RIVER, Junction City—Steelheading was excellent from Lewiston to the North Fork, and wild fish are dominating the catch—a good thing. However, the river is crowded with fishermen as well as fish. Flies, roe, spinners, nightcrawlers, and
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Rachel Hatch sees this story about a rural, high-unemployment county in Tennessee that went digital in pursuit of jobs. She asks the natural question: Why Shasta County couldn't do the same thing? They decided to take part in a pilot...
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CORNING - Authorities say around 12,900 feet of copper wire was stolen from railroad tracks that run along Highway 99 West north of Corning.
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In Mexico? No, in certain parts of California's farm country. A depressing report from the NY Times: Seville, with a population of about 300, is one of dozens of predominantly Latino unincorporated communities in the Central Valley plagued for decades...
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Raley's and the union representing some 7,500 of the grocery chain's workers have reached an agreement, the company announced today.
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A 23-year-old Redding driver was cited this morning for driving without a license, unsafe speed and having no insurance after her BMW rear-ended a group home van carrying five students, a Redding police officer said.
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Or, I should say, from the company he founded. John McAfee, the anti-virus entrepreneur, is on the run in Belize. Quite a tale of drugs, failed businesses and paranoia in a purported tropical paradise. Here's the account in the Australian....
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Up, just a bit. We are still mostly constrained by lack of inventory, with more buyers than homes to sell. Here’s the chart of inventory: These numbers come from the Shasta MLS and are only the areas aroun
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We recall this one from last year as a failed short sale. Now your government owns it.
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I don't think anyone has any idea what the Democrats will come up with once they've let their expected legislative supermajority simmer for a while, but Dan Walters writes today that one possibility is lowering the threshold required for voters...
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Emergency personnel were sent this morning to a reported three-vehicle accident on Highway 299 near the bottom of the Buckhorn Summit
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So what is a Weiser? A rock group, perhaps?  . .yes,  but not the experience I have in mind. A second lead in Steel Magnolias? .  . . .yes, but not the Weiser I’m talking about. Weiser is a particular state of mind. Let me explain. Great many of you in the Greater Redding Area [...]
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There's a 30 percent of light showers today in Redding, forecasters with the National Weather Service in Sacramento say. Today's high temperature will be near 62 degrees. Wednesday should see a 20 percent chance of showers and a high temperature near 68 degrees, while Thursday's forecast calls for partly sunny skies with
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A man convicted in September of robbing a medical marijuana dispensary is scheduled to be sentenced today in Shasta County Superior Court.
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If Shasta County tests a program to help teach parents how to better cope with the stresses of rearing children and finds that, in the end, it just doesn't work, then it only makes sense to cut the taxpayers' losses and look for a truly effective alternative.
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Back in 1948, when most of America woke up the day after the presidential election and learned to its surprise that Harry Truman had defeated Thomas Dewey, California counted. It was only because of this state's late-reporting vote that Truman won out.
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I don't think Patty Smith of Paskenta went far enough in her letter to the editor ("If you don't respect America, then leave"). When I started reading it, I thought she would mention the singing of the Star Spangled Banner, our national anthem.
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In regard to the 3rd District Court of Appeal's decision on retiree benefits to city employees, I see Redding city leaders and their tunnel-vision lawyer have gotten this town into "another fine mess," to quote from Laurel and Hardy.
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In 1912: Delta long had been famous as the rainiest spot in California. That season's downfall to date was 13.27 inches. In one night, an additional 1.25 inches fell.
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Helped out by nearly $24,000 in renovation grants, the privately operated Shingletown Library is looking better than ever these days.
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Pacific Gas & Electric Co. has started work to upgrade approximately 3,600 feet of natural gas distribution pipeline in north Redding.
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Redding police Sunday night stopped a U-Haul truck and found 300 pounds of marijuana the driver and his friends planned to sell, officers said.
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Anthony Yannello started working at his father's used car lot as a youngster. It was his first job.
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Fourteen Kentucky Fried Chicken restaurants in Northern California and another 14 in Minnesota shut their doors for the final time Saturday, including two stores in Redding, and one each in Anderson, Chico, Oroville, Yuba City and Olinda.
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BURNEY — Two young Burney children were seriously injured Monday apparently after suffering wounds from a shotgun shell.
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Tea party activist Gary Cadd on Monday continued to hold his lead over veteran Redding City Council member Dick Dickerson in the Nov. 6 election.
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People play basketball Monday at Enterprise Park. Some students enjoyed a day off from school for Veterans Day, which saw crisp temperatures in the 50s and a few scattered showers around the county. Today’s weather will continue to be cool, with a 30 percent chance of light showers in the late morning and into the evenin
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BURNEY — Two young Burney children were seriously injured Monday apparently after suffering wounds from a shotgun shell.
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A Sunday traffic accident claimed the life of a 22-year-old Redding man, the California Highway Patrol reported Monday.
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A Shasta County sheriff's deputy chased a white pickup south down Interstate 5 tonight from Redding to Tehama County at speeds reaching 95 mph.
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The saloon was established by a Mr. Sanders on the banks of Hatchet Creek at Jackson's Bridge in eastern Shasta County. The place was known as Old Stump in 1877. In 1878 Jesse Crume took over ownership of the saloon....
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To submit photos for consideration in the Scene! page email jskropanic@redding.com for guidelines. Needed information includes the name of the person who took the photo, the first and last name and town of residence of each person in the photo from left to right, the date, location and name of the event.
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ANDERSON - A 26-year-old Cottonwood man was arrested Sunday on suspicion of trespassing, as well as violating a restraining order against him and violating probation, police said tonight.
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Twelve years ago, I was invited by friends to go to Los Angeles to celebrate New Year's and attend services at a church in Watts. I'd been a widow for two years, and couldn't recall the last time I'd celebrated New Year's. So I said the magic word: Yes.
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Note to readers:Patt Carr is the descendant of Shasta County pioneer Francis Carr, and will give a talk about his family's history in the area as part of the Shasta Historical Society Monthly Lecture Series 1 p.m. Saturday at the downtown Shasta College campus. The lecture is free. He shares some of his family's his
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Two young Burney children were seriously injured today after suffering wounds from an apparent shotgun shell.
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A Sunday traffic accident claimed the life of a 22-year-old Redding man, the California Highway Patrol reported today.
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Q. How do you encourage others to make good choices? Did you know that God created all of the human race to be free thinkers? Really he did. He gave us the latitude to make decisions — right or wrong, to pick our friends — good or bad, make career decisions — successful or unsuccessful, to choose God or to reject him.
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An 85-year-old woman crashed her car into a Redding home's garage late this morning, police said.
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Owner occupants can bid on this one online until the 19th. After that, it’s open to investors.
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A Redding-area transient stole a pickup Sunday and then led an officer on a short chase downtown as he tried to stop him, officers said.
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Redding police Sunday night stopped a U-Haul truck and found 300 lbs. of marijuana that the men inside planned to sell for profit, officers said.
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Fourteen Kentucky Fried Chicken restaurants in northern California and another 14 in Minnesota shut their doors for the final time Saturday, including two stores in Redding, and one each in Anderson, Chico, Oroville, Yuba City and Olinda.
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The sad myth that doing a short sale is somehow better for your credit score than a foreclosure. It was just depressing to see the myth repeated again Sunday at redding.com: “Remember, it is less damaging t
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I absolutely love this time of year. We have left the scorching days of August. The rain is beginning to come on occasion, and I get to put away all of my skin baring clothes and replace them with scarves and sweaters and mittens. The pressure of Christmastime is still a few weeks away, and [...]
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Tea party activist Gary Cadd continues to hold his lead over veteran Redding City Council member Dick Dickerson in the Nov. 6 election, according to unofficial election results released today.
Forecasters say there's a 30 percent chance of rain today in Redding and a similar likelihood of precipitation throughout the week as well. The high today will reach about 59 degrees, and forecasters with the National Weather Service say skies will be partly sunny. Tonight, expect a low of 39 degrees and that 30 percent c
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Work on several north state roads could cause delays today, according to local and state agencies.
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The abrupt arrival of wintry weather last week came as a shock to spoiled lowlanders still letting their tomatoes ripen in the November sun.
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With President Barack Obama's defeat of Republican challenger Mitt Romney, earning a second four-year term in the White House, Republicans are trying to figure out what went wrong and Democrats are basking in a satisfied glow. What did each party learn that can guide it — and the country — in coming years? D
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In regards to the ongoing strike at Raley's supermarkets and the ad in Friday's paper placed by Raley's as an open letter to shoppers, one untruth should be pointed out.
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Due to the re-election of Barack Obama and the passage of Proposition 30, which raises our taxes to the highest level in the nation, we no longer have funds to support the charitable organizations we have in the past.
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I would like to thank the group of teens who came to our house in Rolling Hills on Halloween.
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Congratulations to Anderson Union High School and West Valley High School for their fantastic production of "The Wedding Singer"!
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I wonder when the Republican voters will realize that when they only listen to Fox and conservative radio, they are in a bubble.
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I have a question for all you union workers.
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I would like to thank Town and Country Interiors, specifically Dan and Scott, their employees.
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After a long, continuous biased tirade of anti-Obama cartoons, columns and editorials — "It's soooo sweet!"
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More than 70 years later, the Pearl Harbor attack of 1941 is still terrifyingly vivid for Anderson resident Mike Sotak.
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People line up outside the Cascade Theatre in Redding on Sunday night for the Redding premiere of the movie “Lincoln.” Former Redding resident and Shasta High School graduate Kathleen Kennedy, who was executive producer of the film, was also on hand for a question-and-answer session.
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In 1912: Sam Ball, former foreman of the Mammoth Mine, captained six miners who left Redding about a month ago to go to New York to work in some iron mines. Ball wrote to his Redding friend Charles McConnell and said he would rather be dead in California than alive in New York and be forced to work in an iron mine. He was c
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Here is a list of what is open and closed today in observance of Veterans Day:
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Firefighters are battling a house fire on Bunker Street in east Redding.
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After weeks of middling warm temperatures to actual hot weather - seriously, it was 90/32 a couple of weeks ago, what's up with that? - the cold temps finally swooped in. Last night it was supposed to get down to 27/-3, but didn't quite. Close, though. Gary has a palm tree that keeps getting bad frost damage every ye
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Nothing says welcome to college sports like being beaten soundly.
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Veterans Day originally was called Armistice Day, marking the end of World War I. In 1954, Congress passed legislation designating Nov. 11 as Veterans Day - a day to honor veterans of all wars....
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In what has become an annual neighborhood tradition, Applebee’s will again thank our nation’s veterans and Troops by inviting them to their neighborhood Applebee’s for a free meal on Veterans Day, Sunday, Nov. 11, 2012.  Participating Applebee's restaurants include: redding, CA; Red Bluff, CA; Oroville, CA; Chico, CA
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32nd Sunday Ordinary Time Homily I believe there is a significant message in Today’s Readings and Gospel for many of us. It has to do with:   • What and how we give&
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The United Bikers of Northern California group is holding its 29th annual toy run today.
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Rain could be headed to Redding tonight, though Veterans Day will be sunny and cool.
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Veterans Day is always a special day for me. It brings back old memories from my days in uniform and it generates proud new feelings regarding those in uniform today.
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The only thing I recalled about Toledo, Ohio, was that Cpl. Klinger from "M*A*S*H," the television show, was from there. I'm certain there were all sorts of places of interest there, but for me when I rolled into town my priorities were finding a hotel. I found one attached to a Hooters, so it all worked out nicely. Hooters
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There was much talk before Tuesday's election about the uncertain economic climate.
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Dear Straight Talk: I have full custody of a talented, intelligent, 15-year-old daughter. She just started freshman year and is moving fast toward having a senior, poor-student, drug-using boyfriend. Obviously, I';m not thrilled with her choice. I'm afraid, depending on how I handle this, that I will lose our communication
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To help myself get in the holiday game and to help you save some money, here are my top five ways you can use your tech savvy to save money on your holiday shopping.
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The 10th anniversary of my father's passing was in September. As Veterans Day approached this year, I found myself reflecting on his life and my perceptions of him, perceptions that have changed considerably these past few years.
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I was seven years old the night Ronald Reagan was elected president for the first time.
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Asked by reporters how he plans to wield the new clout that Democrats have won in Sacramento by clinching two-thirds of the seats in both houses of the Legislature, Senate President Pro Tem Darrell Steinberg pointed to an overhaul of the initiative system as one possibility.
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If you are alive, the meter is running. If life is a long series of decisions and their consequences, where we end up is the sum over histories of that dynamic.
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After spending 38 years working for our federal government and national parks, including two years as superintendent of Lassen Volcanic National Park, 11 as superintendent of Mojave National Preserve, and time spent in Yosemite National Park and Alaska's exquisite parks, I am no stranger to the power and beauty of our m
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As a business owner for over 19 years, I find myself in a disappointing position. Running a company that manufactures products in America I have found it a challenge to find those willing to do the work for a reasonable price. I have been advised by others to use cheaper China labor more times than I can remember. I have ke
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As a wildlife rehabilitator, I am concerned about the toxicity of lead bullets. It is a very lengthy and painful way to die and the treatment is also painful and lengthy.
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Dear President Obama, I voted for the other guy but now you are my president and not just a president for one party.
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The Salvation Army of Redding is very thankful for the gracious support of the surrounding communities to help those serving on and affected by the summer fire season.
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As weekends approach, batches of yard-sale and garage-sale signs appear on poles, boxes and fences around the area. Selling old "treasures" certainly isn't a crime, and yard-saling has, for many, become not only a form of weekend entertainment, but also an often lucrative pastime.
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I received my notice from the state that I will be receiving a bill for up to $150 for the fire fee on my home because I live in a so-called rural area.
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You say the tea party is not dead in Shasta County. That "they remain a serious force in the north state."
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Jenny Chandler and Jake Aftreth, both of San Francisco, were married on Sept. 8, 2012, at the Elks Lodge in Redding. A reception followed the ceremony at the Redding Elks Lodge. Bob Beale officiated. The bride is the daughter of John and Marian Chandler of Redding. She graduated from Shasta High School in 2001 and from Ca
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Sixty-three days. That's how long the Shasta College football team labored without a win.
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If this prep football season has shown one thing, it's that going for two with the game on the line on the road is a terrible idea.
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Two Simpson University cross country runners finished in the top 40 at the National Christian Colleges Athletic Association championships in Cedarville, Ohio, on Saturday.
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RED BLUFF —Police say they used a police baton to subdue a suspected burglar after he ran from officers Friday night.
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Red Bluff resident Ron Soulliere is among more than 150 Pacific Gas and Electric Co. workers who were sent to the East Coast to help restore power to victims of Hurricane Sandy.
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In the wake of the horrific wildfires in 2008 that decimated Trinity County, community leaders started looking at ways to help businesses devastated by the fires.
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SHASTA LAKE — About two months ago, Amy Lough was at Mercy Medical Center in Redding, preparing to give birth. But her husband, Jeremy, 34, wasn't there; he was in Afghanistan, along with fellow north state soldiers.
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SHASTA LAKE —Even as the United States was winding down its presence in Iraq in 2011, 38-year-old Christopher Chaidez's daily life towing vehicles that were destroyed by bombs was often filled with firefights, mortar shelling and a state of constant alert.
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Despite the crisp air Saturday, 9-year-old Eric Broughton wore his swim trunks with a towel wrapped around his neck
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As a young boy, Adam Guest of Redding always dreamed of being a soldier.
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In 1912: The Rio Alt ranch of Cottonwood, the largest fruit orchard in this section of the county, and owned by the Earl Orchard Co., was leased to a company of Japanese.
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KNOCK OFF THE RUST BASKETBALL
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The Department of Fish and Game will host two orientation meetings this week on the Scott and Shasta River watersheds.
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A lot of folks visit San Francisco for its symphony, the theater, or its great restaurants. But it's also a great place to hike.
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Gov. Brown signed SB 1221 on Sept. 26 to repeal authorization for the use of dogs to pursue bears and bobcats. The DFG has received a large number of questions from the public regarding what effects it may cause. Below are some of those frequently asked Q&As:
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Dear Babe: My brother-in-law was Dusty Baker and Bobby Bonds' Little League coach. They stayed friends. After my brother-in-law passed away, we found a few team-signed baseballs with plaque holders, but the balls had come off. We're not sure, which one goes where. Each plaque has a team card on it. The Dodgers team
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Received this e-mail from Palo Cedro resident and "firearms aficionado" Milo Johnson, which helps clarify a conversation referenced in today's column: Marc, I enjoy your articles in the R-S very much. Today's article was particularly interesting to me as I...
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A car crashed into the center divide on westbound Highway 44, leaving it smoking and leaking oil with one person inside, the California Highway Patrol is reporting.
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After a much needed break from a two-year guarding of our community from family court-corruption, we went  into the belly of the Family Law Dragon to study and discover more about the institutionalized greed, laziness, self-protection and insan
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What used to be known as the Redding Ice House (lastly as Canteca Foods) caught fire on July 5th and caused extensive damage to the historic building. During the last week, the Oregon Street lot where the building once stood...
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RED BLUFF - Police say they used a police baton to subdue a suspected burglar after he ran from officers Friday night.
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Thanks for a terrific 2012 Season!! See you in 2013!   Super Successful Street Legal Race Event pictures! The weather was perfect. Our strip had a
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Looking for some space to spread out in the city limits?
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A 1961 Volkswagen Beetle Sedan driven by Dean was added or updated in the DragTimes.com drag racing database running a 8.670 @ 162.000 MPH.
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This article originally appeared in the Butte Rose Society's October 2011 Newsletter. Love roses? The North State is home to several wonderful rose societies, including Shasta Rose Society, Butte Rose Society, the Sacramento Rose Society. Our regions outstanding demonstration rose gardens include one on the campus of CSU, C
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The weekend will feature a number of events honoring veterans.
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There's a 20 percent chance of showers before 10 a.m. today.
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COTTONWOOD — An ugly win is still a win. And in the playoffs, that's all that matters.
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PALO CEDRO — Most offenses are satisfied with three touchdowns in a half. But not the Cougars'.
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College football should be about joy.
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SHASTA LAKE —It was a penalty-stricken game as the second-ranked Central Valley Falcons came back to beat the seventh-ranked Live Oak Lions 40-26 at Ron Hale Memorial Stadium on Friday night.
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The Redding Christian Lions (12-0) claimed another victory Friday, even though they lost quarterback Hayden Piper for the rest of the postseason after his clavicle was broken.
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Contending for a state bowl game is out of the question now. So is a .500 record, or much else that's noteworthy after a seven-game losing streak and the Shasta College football team clinched a third straight losing season.
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Spineless politicians can never muster the courage to buck vocal interest groups, cut government spending and balance budgets — or so it seems sometimes.
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A week ago an acquaintance took me shooting at Nice Shot, the indoor gun range in north Redding.
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California Gov. Jerry Brown took a big step toward delivering on a campaign promise he made two years ago to fix the state's perpetual budget deficits and to raise taxes to do it only if voters agreed.
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A Feb. 7 New York Times article reported the passing of Florence Green, the last World War I veteran and a former Royal Air Force member, at 110. Of the tens of millions who served, all came down to one, and then none. The same shall one day be said of the last WWII vet, then the final Korean War survivor, and so forth.
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I for one want to thank all the vets for all they have done for us. My husband was in World War II and the Korean War. Now it's our turn to help them. If you see them, tell them thank you.
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Please accept that our veterans are, in fact, public servants. They've served our country and our families beginning with the American Revolution, 1775-1783. More than a million U.S. military have died since, countless others suffering the injuries of battle.
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Redding police used a stun gun to apprehend a "violent, crazed" man they say threatened people with a crowbar and knife outside the Mt. Shasta Mall and Wal-Mart on Thursday night.
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YREKA — Still hoping to identify the pair of men who stole more than $1 million of gold from the county's historic collection this year, Siskiyou County supervisors this week approved increasing the reward for information to $50,000.
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Redding schools saluted veterans, and vice versa, Friday as this nation prepares to celebrate Sunday's Veterans Day with patriotic music, toasts and pats on the back.
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In 1912: Jefferson D. Ogburn and John W. Ogburn, of Shingletown, brought suit against Ella Ogburn, guardian of Archie, Neva and Grace Ogburn, minors, to quiet the title on 40 acres of county land. Red Bluff attorneys have the case.
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Nearly 10 years of planning, delays and litigation could be over for a proposed Wal-Mart Supercenter in Red Bluff.
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The Internal Revenue Service is warning consumers to be wary of possible scams taking place in the wake of Hurricane Sandy.
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I found this Southern Living Magazine recipe last year and I fell in love. I love pumpkin, I love molasses and I love caramel glazes, so put them all together and you get delicious cupcakes, perfect for fall. Another great thing about these pumpkin molasses cupcakes is that they are really easy to make!
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Q: How do I know when to harvest the persimmons on my tree?
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To grossly oversimplify, the liberal parts of California favored Proposition 37 -- which would have labeled genetically modified foods -- while the conservative parts balked, even as the liberal areas didn't like it quite enough to pass. (It won 47...
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Lynn Warren, Montgomery Creek
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William Jasper, Anderson
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Brian Hopper, Redding
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Daniel J. Whipple, Redding
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Asked by reporters how he plans to wield the new clout that Democrats have won in Sacramento by clinching two-thirds of the seats in both houses of the Legislature, Senate President Pro Tem Darrell Steinberg pointed to an overhaul of the initiative system as one possibility.
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I was seven years old the night Ronald Reagan was elected president for the first time.
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After spending 38 years working for our federal government and national parks, including two years as superintendent of Lassen Volcanic National Park, 11 as superintendent of Mojave National Preserve, and time spent in Yosemite National Park and Alaska's exquisite parks, I am no stranger to the power and beauty of our m
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Nancy McMullen, Redding
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Karen C. Scheuermann, Cottonwood
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If you are alive, the meter is running. If life is a long series of decisions and their consequences, where we end up is the sum over histories of that dynamic.
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As a business owner for over 19 years, I find myself in a disappointing position. Running a company that manufactures products in America I have found it a challenge to find those willing to do the work for a reasonable price. I have been advised by others to use cheaper China labor more times than I can remember. I have ke
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A big rig tipped over as it was turning from South Bonnyview onto Eastside earlier today, authorities said.
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A guard shot and killed an inmate who was attacking another inmate today at the High Desert State Prison near Susanville, authorities said.
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LOS ANGELES (AP) — The Los Angeles Lakers fired coach Mike Brown on Friday after a 1-4 start to his second season in charge.
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Okay, I blew it! And I apologize. I really apologize. I was halfway to teach my class when I remembered the contest. I considered turning around and going back home, but I knew if I did, I would be late...
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A 22-year-old Redding man pleaded no contest this morning in Shasta County Superior Court to second-degree murder in the stabbing death of a homeless man last year.
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Sunday is Veterans Day, and organizers of a Monday fundraiser are hopeful the observance will boost contributions to install an American flagpole outside Redding Library.
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Readers will recall we are fighting Freddie Mac’s plans to sell locally foreclosed homes to private investors in bulk sales. That squeezes our already low inventory, and shuts out ordinary home buyers. In direct opposition to Freddie’s own sta
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SYNOPSIS: On 11/08/2012, Thursday,  Redding residents Jeffrey Courtroul 23, and Thomas Pimentel, 24, were identified as the decedents in a car accident that occurred in Redding on Hwy 273 near Buenaventura Blvd. on 11/08/2012, at approximately 1:55 a.m. Pimentel was the passenger. A postmortem examination was conducted
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On November 8, 2012 at about 5:28 PM Officers from the Redding Police responded to Sears at 900 Dana Dr. on a report of a violent crazed white male adult carrying a knife and threatening people in the area. The suspect was later identified as David Michael Macleod, age 20 a transient of Redding. Craig [...]
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Got Karry Picking, anyway. We heard it might be a hard frost last night, but it wasn’t quite. Not taking any chances, Karry went out and picked what remained of the tomatoes and peppers. Not
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Love.If you are in it, congratulations. If you're not, keep on looking. Having someone you can count on, someone who you ache to be around - and that you'll actually let see the icky bits about you - is something special. Poets, writers, artists and musicians all have tried to capture what love i
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On Wednesday, November 7, at 5:42 p.m. emergency personnel were dispatched to a traffic collision on North Market Street, north of Benton Drive. Redding police officers investigated the collision and learned that Miles Dillon, 24 yrs, of Redding, was driving his Subaru SUV north on North Market Street in the left lane (#1).
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Can you add $10,000 in curb appeal just by painting the picket fence white?
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In the end, the passion and ground-game of Team Obama defeated the bloodless Mitt Romney. An example of the latter -- the notion that every vote everywhere counted -- is this picture I snapped in early October in the main...
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Heart-warming story, no matter your political affiliation. A 93-year-old Red Bluff woman -- a lifelong "FDR Democrat" and a "huge Obama supporter," her grand-daughter tells me -- had a heart attack in mid October but made sure she voted by...
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Remember back when you were in middle school, and the gym teacher would announce that instead of playing dodgeball or running the mile, that the class was going to spend the next two weeks learning how to square dance? And everybody would groan? I never did. I have always loved to dance, and I didn't [...]
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Work on several north state roads could cause delays today, according to local and state agencies.
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Forecasters say it's going to be another cool, cloudy day today in Redding, but the sun should return for the weekend.
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Redding police used a stun gun to apprehend a "violent, crazed" man who threatened people with a crowbar and knife outside the Mt. Shasta Mall and Walmart on Thursday night.
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Are the American people calling off the war on drugs, at least when it comes to marijuana?
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They lose and immediately the chorus begins. Republicans must change or die. A rump party of white America, it must adapt to evolving demographics or forever be the minority.
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There are repercussions to elections. Obama wins, business loses.
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.....and in other news, Sean Hannity has just announced that it is only 1,459 days until the next most important election of our lifetimes.
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If you have recently gone to a Redding Raley's store, you have probably noticed the "picket lines."
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If we want to fix Social Security and Medicare in less than 30 days, Congress and the Senate should not be allowed their elite retirement and lifetime medical.
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COTTONWOOD — It took a record-breaking performance for the top-ranked Shasta High boys cross country team to prove it belongs atop the section's elite.
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The postseason offers a new beginning.
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In the playoffs, projections can be tossed out with the rest of the garbage.
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A new season begins today for Northern Section prep football teams.
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The No. 3 Simpson University volleyball team won in a sweep in the first round of the California Pacific Conference tourney, defeating sixth-seeded Pacific Union College, 25-16, 25-16, 25-14 at Menlo College in Atherton on Thursday evening.
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Here is a list of what is open and closed Monday in observance of Veterans Day:
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The same union whose members walked off the job at Raley's this week reached a tentative agreement with Safeway early Thursday.
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Record Searchlight seven-day subscribers will receive the bonus Thanksgiving edition on Nov. 22, for the additional charge of $1.04.
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A sex offender and transient found in a Caldwell Park women's restroom Wednesday night with pornography and "sexual devices" offered the teen boy who found him there drugs in exchange for a girl, police said.
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Redding has suffered a substantial setback in its efforts to roll back retiree health care benefits for electric utility workers.
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Two people died early Thursday morning in a fiery crash with a UPS truck on Highway 273, shutting down the highway for hours as crews battled hundreds of burning packages.
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Shasta County's substantiated child abuse rate climbed in 2011 to more than twice the statewide rate, bucking a downward trend over the past three years.
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Shasta County’s substantiated child abuse rate climbed in 2011 to more than twice the statewide rate, bucking a downward trend over the past three years.
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The Redding Area Bus Authority for the third straight year will provide free passes to veterans.
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Redding has suffered a substantial setback in its efforts to roll back retiree health care benefits for electric utility workers.
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Alright I laughed so hard at the Juice Weasel skit that I had to find the old Fire Marshall Bill skit from In Living Color as well. This is just as funny as Juice Weasel if not more. Gotta love Jim Carey. The post Fire Marshall Bill appeared first
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At one time, French Gulch was the richest gold mining area in California.
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WASHINGTON (AP) — The long slog has turned into a sprint. President Barack Obama's health care law survived the Supreme Court and the election; now the uninsured can sign up for coverage in about 11 months.
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RED BLUFF - A Tehama County man sexually abused a child at his wife's day care center, the county District Attorney says.
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Deputies say they arrested a parolee after finding drugs, a gun and stolen property at his home on Lebrun Lane.
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Police say they've arrested one man and are investigating another in connection to at least one burglary of a retail store near Hilltop Drive.
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A motorcycle crashed on the southbound Interstate 5 on-ramp from Lake Boulevard today.
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Construction began in 1938; in 1944 Shasta Dam was completed. It was built and operated by the Bureau of Reclamation for the specific purposes of river regulation, navigation, improved fisheries and wildlife, power generation, domestic water supply, irrigation, flood control,...
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As grizzly bear populations in Yellowstone National Park have grown, supervisors of the six national forests surrounding the park in Montana, Wyoming and Idaho have had to be more vigilant about precautions at campgrounds.
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The MightyText app is a must have for any android phone user. The app allows users to sync their text messages via their gmail account while also allowing the user to text from a computer,tablet, or other electronic devices. This is a huge time save for me. Texting go a lot faster when you can use [...]The post
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Here’s a modern stucco luxury type home, most recently a failed short sale.
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Hilarious Juice weasel from the old show In Living Color. If you need a laugh watch this and enjoy. The post Juice Weasel appeared first on Daily Dump.
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Today's storm has brought likely the first snow of the season to higher elevations in Shasta County.
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The driver of a vehicle slammed into a tree on Highway 44 just west of the intersection of Dersch Road this morning.
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Before the election, there were approximately 73,348,901 polls out there, and 99.9% of them said the same thing: it was a tight race but that Obama was ahead. The big exceptions were Nate Silver (who turned out to be exceedingly accurate) and Unskewed Polls (who turned out to be exceedingly wrong).We all had acc
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As disappointing as the delays in opening the Redding veterans home are, it appears the state Department of Veterans Affairs is hiring in anticipation of its eventual opening. Via a Google Alert comes this notice from, of all places, the...
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A sex offender and transient found in a Caldwell Park women's bathroom Wednesday night with pornography and "sexual devices" offered the teen boy who found him there drugs in exchange for a girl, police said.
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Scotty’s a thirty-six-year-old street fighter.  Has a broad face like a pit bull, tuft of blond hair under his lower lip, a weight lifter’s upper body.  He’s had cuts over his pale green eyes, his pug nose broken, his left cheek crushed.  He’s been shot, stabbed, sliced, beat up and knocked out at least twenty [.
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On November 11th, 1918 at 11 AM the armistice ending World War I took effect. That day later became a national holiday, first called Armistice Day and later Veterans Day. Ten years later on November 11th, 1928 two veterans of that war, who were living in Redding, began a tradition of giving a toast to [...]
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Work on several north state roads could cause delays today, according to local and state agencies.
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Today is expected to be a cold, rainy day in Redding.
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An Oregon man charged with murdering his aunt and nearly killing his uncle during a bloody attack at their Redding home in June has had his trial date set for March 12 in the Shasta County Superior Court today.
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Uncle Joe bought me my bazooka. He lived 3,000 miles away, in Detroit. I don't think he could hear the explosions, but I'm not sure. He quit calling us after Christmas. That Sonic Blaster was one of two presents from my “Genius Uncle,” as Mom called him. The other was the “Big Ear” eavesdropping dish. [...]
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Two people died early this morning in a fiery crash with a UPS truck on Highway 273 near Buenaventura Blvd., police said, shutting down the highway for hours as crews battled hundreds of burning packages.
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In Shasta County, voters cast ballots by an almost two-to-one margin for the man who lost Tuesday night, and that means a lot of disappointment.
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Weeks before Tuesday's election, President Obama began to realize his only chance for victory: Awaken the so-called sleeping giant of American politics, the approximately 50.5 million Latinos or Spanish-speaking U.S. residents, 26 million of whom are eligible to vote.
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I'm writing this knowing full well that many in our community will take exception to what I have to say. With this knowledge, I also feel strongly that it needs to be said.
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When global-warming alarmists tell us that the first eight months of 2012 were the hottest on record in the United States, we are all expected to willingly hop on the cattle car for a ride to the higher tax gulag. (Yes, global warming has a lot to do with higher taxes.)
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For burger lovers, you could call it a movable feast -- the Fallis Around Town gourmet hamburger truck that turns up for lunch and sometimes dinner at various spots around Redding and Anderson.
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Mystery, romance and even a hint of scandal will fill the Cascade Theatre Sunday when the North State Symphony performs works by both Johann and Richard Strauss and Alban Berg.
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Artist Bev McQuillan got a late start in her artistic career, but has her own take on painting. Her unique pieces focus on design, color and form rather than images or figures. Her current show in Redding is a continuum of a concept that she has developed over several years.
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• Macchia Bound • Big Month at Alger • Follow the Wine Trail • Here’s to New Clairvaux! • Post-Thanksgiving Sale
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To the elderly lady driving the Subaru who attended the open house on North Street on Saturday: I watched your parking attempts outside my house. First, you parked in the middle of the street. You didn't even realize it until you left the car. You tried again, but still parked halfway out in the street. Finally, you lef
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Firefighters say a fire that destroyed a big rig Wednesday morning was likely caused by transients sleeping in the truck.
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Applications are now being accepted for the Violet Richardson, Women’s Opportunity and Ruby awards.
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In 1912: H.C. Lutje, farmer and fruitraiser from Whitmore, came to Redding with a load of the finest quality of Spitzenberg apples. He disposed of them readily at the stores.
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Depth serves as a catalyst for any championship-caliber cross country team.
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Enterprise has shown all year it has star power, but the rest of the team can contribute in crunchtime when called upon.
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College basketball madness is here in early November.
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The Shasta College men's soccer team fell to Butte 3-1 in the final home match of the season Wednesday.
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DUNSMUIR —The City Council could see a fresh face next month as master carpenter and political newcomer Dave Keisler led the race for one of two open seats Wednesday.
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Lassen View Elementary School third-grader Kiley Evers, 8, returns the ball Wednesday during the Shasta Family YMCA's after-school collaborative kickball tournament.
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SHASTA LAKE —While voters were clear Tuesday on their top two picks for City Council, two candidates are embroiled in a close race for the third open spot on the dais.
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The two weeks leading to Tuesday's general election seemed to be busier at the Shasta County clerk's office than they were in 2008.
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Local education officials expressed relief after Tuesday's passage of Proposition 30. Schools dodged big budget cuts from the state that could have led to fewer school days, larger classes and lost programs.
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A little more than a month after Gov. Jerry Brown set aside money to help keep California's state parks open, officials came to Redding on Wednesday to tell local stakeholders how to get their share of the funds.
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A man on his way to Bethel Church nearly hit a police officer as he drove through a street closure prompted by a moderate-injury traffic accident, police say.
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A Big Bend man who told sheriff’s investigators he shot his younger brother twice in the back of the head with a .22-caliber rifle because he had been sexually assaulting and abusing him was formally charged with murder Wednesday.
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Too often, seniors become isolated and their problems go unnoticed. Little problems that are ignored often lead to big problems.
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Each year, thousands of older Americans fall at home. Many of them are seriously injured with fractures and hospitalization. Some become disabled.
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Growing evidence over the past decade has identified psoriasis as a risk factor for heart attack, strokes and hardening of the arteries.
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The state is "busted and broke," yet the voters rewarded the party in power with even more seats in the Legislature, said Sen.-elect Jim Nielsen. "Go figure." Nielsen easily won a special election to fill out the remainder of Doug...
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Trinity County health officials say they've detected rabies in a fox and received reports of foxes behaving more aggressively than usual.
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The setting of a trial date for a Cottonwood man accused of stabbing his wife to death was put off today in Shasta County Superior Court until Nov. 19.
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Firefighters say a human-caused fire that destroyed a big rig this morning was likely caused by transients sleeping in the truck.
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In a movie career spanning four decades, John Goodman is notorious for stealing scenes. Not quietly like a cat burglar, more of a smash-and-grab type, leading with his girth and booming voice, leaving co-stars in his wake.
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We watched Andrew Zimmern make these on TV the other morning and they looked really good, so I made them last night. We agreed we liked them but they needed more cooking time - and I cooked them much longer than the recipe called for. I'll make this again but next time I will start by baking them about 20 minutes, then proc
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A two-vehicle wreck is blocking Clear Creek Road at the entrance to the Northern California Veteran's Cemetery today.
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I had many years of always voting for losing candidates. Maybe not always, but close enough that I had low expectations for my success rate.This year I was very, very fearful. Fearful that we would turn the clock back fifty years, fearful for my gay friends, for women and minorities, for anyone with medical prob
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There was a lot of talk last night about how extra-conservative, Tea Party-minded Republicans cost the GOP a few Senate seats it should have easily won -- including Missouri's and Indiana's. But whatever the effect in national races, the Tea...
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For more than 20 years, it has been my job and my privilege to write about life and whatever comes along. More or less.
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The United Methodist Women has released its latest cookbook featuring recipes from its members, "Soup's on! Salads and Breads."
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Julie Griffith-Flatter, a Democratic environmental activist who on principle declined to raise any campaign money, won 35.9 percent of the vote in the 1st Senate District against incumbent state Sen. Ted Gaines. Bosetti, city councilman in the district's largest city...
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Might as well get this one out of the way. We showed it a half dozen times already. We expect it will generate bunch of calls again. It had
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Excerpts from an e-mail received from a thoughtful friend a bit before 10 p.m. on Election Night: "The Republicans are in a mess...Who will be running next time? ... The next repub needs to dump the right to life nonsense,...
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Cool, crisp mornings are perfect for long, lingering breakfasts.  I love brewing a big pot of Peet's coffee while I make my family a big breakfast that we can nibble on throughout the day. One of our favorites is pancakes.  (Food for Thought: A News Cafe readers probably remember my battle against pancake batter in a c
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Redding will extend by 90 days an agreement managing the city's revolving affordable housing loan fund.
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SHASTA LAKE — The City Council on Tuesday approved a contract for Assistant City Manager John Duckett's promotion to the city's top administrative post.
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In 1912: Later particulars of the drowning of Mrs. John Holmes in the Pit River near Henderson the previous week indicated that she committed suicide while temporarily insane. Her death was not accidental, as first reported.
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Claire Kimple has joined the Economic Development Corp. of Shasta County as the group's director of marketing and entrepreneurial development.
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Renee Timmons (left) hugs Star Wyckoff on Tuesday as water flows down the Boole Ditch in Manton for the first time since the flume burned in the Ponderosa Fire.
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A Shasta Lake man whose 11-year-old daughter drowned in Clear Creek during a 2010 rafting-kayaking accident was sentenced Tuesday in Shasta County Superior Court to six years in prison.
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Shasta County supervisors Tuesday brainstormed ideas to tackle the "paramilitary" behavior and "insidious wave of lawlessness" from some local marijuana growers, but they and other county officials said there's little that can be done to curb noncompliant pot grows altogether.
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A conversion at The Home Depot from swamp coolers to a refrigeration cooling system and a second location for From The Hearth Café helped spark a spike in building in Redding last month.
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Gary Cadd -- three-time City Council candidate and Tea Party favorite -- is at last count leading two-term incumbent moderate Republican Dick Dickerson by 16 votes out of a total of 36,458 counted. Which, if the result stands, will make...
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Congratulations to the winners. Now the hard work starts.
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Thank heavens the presidential campaign is over, because, for one thing, I will never again have to watch a conservation group's pro-Obama TV ad. In it, a young man bemoans how Mitt Romney cost him his job because, he tells us, the Republican presidential candidate favors cutting tax credits for the wind industry.
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I received my jury duty summons about a month ago. On my day to report, after two days of standby, the whole process went as smoothly as the court system allowed.
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As the bell-ringing season approaches I have one question. How did the Salvation Army distribute our monies to the Manton-area fire victims?
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I would like to thank all of the many volunteers who helped with the Stand Up for Freedom of Religion Rally on Oct. 20.
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I loved Ed Coleman's question.
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Tradition runs deep for the West Valley High girls cross country team.
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A common goal for every team is to peak heading into the postseason.
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As volleyball enters the postseason, several Northern Section teams stand among the top teams in Northern California, based on the rankings by MaxPreps.
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PALO CEDRO — Rough starts can lead to doomed seasons come playoff time.
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The No. 10 seed Liberty Christian volleyball team picked up a road win against No. 7 Fall River in four sets 25-15, 22-25, 25-17, 25-22 in the Northern Section Division VI playoffs Tuesday.
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Reports are compiled by Western Outdoor News. Call 800-290-2929. BEST BITES CHETCO RIVER, Ore. — The river opened up a few days early from the scheduled opener due to high water, and the kings pushed into the river in big numbers. The river opened last Wednesday, Halloween, and fishing was great that day, according to gui
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Click here for Reuters story about Obama's win. Click here for Shasta County Clerk Election updates. Click here for North State Election coverage by KRCR. Click here for Butte County Election results. Click here for Trinity County Election results. Click here for Tehama County Election results.        
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Lassen County Supervisor Brian Dahle jumped to an early lead tonight over Redding City Councilman Rick Bosetti for the 1st Assembly District race.
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Lassen County Supervisor Brian Dahle jumped to an early lead tonight and stayed well ahead of Redding City Councilman Rick Bosetti for the 1st Assembly District race.
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After a near yearlong campaign and tough-fought June primary Bill Schappell is leading the race for District 4 Shasta County Supervisor.
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SHASTA LAKE — Three incumbents are leading the field of eight candidates vying for three seats on the City Council, according to the latest available unofficial results.
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The results are far from final, but in the first round of results released -- the early mail ballots -- Lassen County Supervisor Brian Dahle is leading Rick Bosetti even in Shasta County, Bosetti's home turf. Ouch. I think those...
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Proposition 30 was passing by a paper-thin margin late Tuesday’s night, though voters soundly rejected Proposition 38 by a 3-to-1 rate, according to the secretary of state.
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With 10 of the 30 precincts reporting, Karl Stemmler and Butch Schaefer are leading Richard Urban and Andrea Haden in the quest for the two board seats of the Anderson Union High School District, whose Measure C has gotten around 54.3 percent of the vote.
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A woman has reported three men forced their way into her home, past her boyfriend, and took her medical marijuana this evening.
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Two people, including a pregnant woman, have been hurt tonight in a head-on collision on Interstate 5 near Riverside Avenue south of Redding.
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Assemblyman Jim Nielsen, R-Gerber, took an early lead of 52 percent in the race to fill the District 4 Senate seat vacated by Doug LaMalfa.
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Republican Doug LaMalfa continues to lead Democrat Jim Reed tonight in the 1st Congressional District race.
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Redding Councilwoman Missy McArthur is coasting to re-election tonight, while incumbent Dick Dickerson and challenger Gary Cadd are locked in a tight race for a second seat on the City Council.
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With three slots open, incumbents Melissa Hunt and James Yarbrough, as well as Susie Baugh, were leading in the race for three open seats on the Anderson City Council.
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RED BLUFF – Former sheriff Clay Parker and Robert Sheppard Jr., a carpenter and Army reservist, led a tight three-way race for two City Council seats in early returns tonight. In the vote-by-mail results, voters also appeared to be trouncing Measure A, which aimed to resolve a long-standing dispute between the city and a
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With the California Secretary of State updating results at 10:15 p.m., incumbent Ted Gaines continues to hold a wide lead over challenger, Julie Griffith-Flatter in the 1st State Senate District race.
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"Baker" was George P. Baker, goldmining partner of Alpheus Bull in the Bald Hills of west Cottonwood. He became business partners in approximately 1853 with Bull and Ebanizer Robbins in the Bull, Baker & Co. merchandise store at Shasta. Baker...
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I can’t and won’t take credit for any of these but a few of them are worth a good laugh. This is just some of the political nonsense buzzing around the internet today. The post Crazy Political Nonsense Gallery appeared fir
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Which sushi place do you think is the best in Redding? I personally have had sushi at Yama Sushi and Kampai’s Sushi that was absolutely delicious. I can’t get enough of the spicy dragon balls from Yama Sushi. I have also had some sushi at Fuji as well as Tokyo Garden but I was not too impressed. [...]
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Soroptimist International (SI) clubs in the Greater Redding area are seeking applicants for the Violet Richardson Award, Women's Opportunity Award and Ruby Award. These three clubs -SI Anderson/Cottonwood, SI Downtown Redding and SI Redding - attach monetary prizes to each award for the winners and/or their organizations. I
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  For many of us Conservatives, tonight was a disappointment. However, I do believe that it is also an opportunity. God's way are not our ways, and he often allows our free will (or the will of those around us)
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This is an awesome way to propose. The post Cruel Wedding Proposal appeared first on Daily Dump.
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Pacific Sun will be holding a Community Crush Day on Saturday, November 10, 2012 at our milling facility in Gerber, CA. At this time, this will be the ONLY Community Crush Day for the 2012-2013 milling season. Please check back periodically for possible updates. *WHAT IT IS* The Community Crush Day is an opportunity for [..
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ROANOKE, TX — The wife of a pilot whose single-engine plane clipped a passing SUV while landing at a Texas airport over the weekend caught the collision on tape. William Davis was trying to land at the Northwest Regional Airport in Roanoke on Saturday when he clipped an SUV that was driving [...]The post
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Nothing quite like the beautiful sunrises and sunsets here in good ol’ Redding, Ca. The post Redding Sunrise Gallery appeared first on Daily Dump.
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I'm feeling a mixture of relief that election day is finally here, and a terrible fear of what might happen. I keep pounding the fear back down with a sledgehammer and praying to Saint Nate Silver.Tonight
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Here are a few final pieces of information about testing and treatment for Hepatitis B (HBV) and Hepatitis C (HVC). Initially, HAV, HBV and HCV are tested for with a blood test that looks for antibodies. Remember your ABC’s and ask your doctor to test you for Hepatitis A, B and C. If you show [...]
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It’s Red Bluff or bust for 40 high school volleyball teams as the Northern Sec­tion prep volleyball play­off s begin today. Five division champion­ship games are scheduled for Nov. 17 at Red Bluff High School, a central venue for the finals. Some roads are longer than oth­ers as Division II has two teams total in the
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University Prep’s Madison Stephens shot a 13-over 85 to lead all Northern Section golfers at the 2012 NCGA/CIF girls golf Nor Cal cham­pionships at Brookside Golf Course in Stockton on Monday.
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With the exception of media-allotted national championships, the high­est honor a team in high school sports can garner is being a state champion.
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Late-season surges are be­coming a trend for the Red Hawks. Three Simpson University athletic programs — volleyball, men’s soccer and cross country — are playing on into the post­season, due to finishing strong and saving their best for Califor­nia Pacific Conference play.
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For more than 20 years, it has been my job and my privilege to write about life and whatever comes along. More or less. When asked how I keep finding things to write about, I say that part is easy. The hard part is staying alive and paying attention. If you stay alive and pay attention, like it or not, things will keep com
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Club description: We perpetuate the “Aloha Spirit” through culture, dance and music. Participants learn ancient and modern hula and Hawaiian chants. We perform all over Redding and Northern California. Participants also can learn to play the ukulele and chant in Hawaiian. We use all our hula implements.
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While I might ordinarily be skeptical of a special interest group putting pressure on a bureaucrat, in this case the actual special interest group is first time home buyers. This is not an academic policy question. This is affecting real people in our community. “LOS ANGELES (Nov. 5) – The following is a s
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It sold for $367K back in 2005. Who will eat the $200K difference? Taxpayers. Taxpayers as represented by your Fannie Mae organization. That’s
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While most of America is fretting and stewing about politics this week, down at the Scripps Research Institute, scientists have come up with a medical breakthrough that could do far more good for humanity than anything a politician might accomplish...
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Polls remain open until 8 p.m., and the first wave of local results will be available shortly after. These will be tallies of mail-in ballots that were sent in advance.
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A Nissan pickup rolled this morning in the Cottonwood area, and it's partially blocking Gas Point Road, the California Highway Patrol reported.
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Work on several north state roads could cause delays today, according to local and state agencies.
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A Shasta Lake man whose 11-year-old daughter drowned in Clear Creek during a 2010 rafting-kayaking accident was sentenced today in Shasta County Superior Court to six years in prison.
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SHASTA LAKE — The City Council today could approve a contract to promote Assistant City Manager John Duckett to city manager.
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Election Day may not bring to mind sunshine and balmy temperatures, but it will have them anyway this year. Forecasters at the National Weather Service in Sacramento say Redding's high today will reach a 79 degrees with sunny skies. Tonight, expect the temperature to drop to 51 degrees with calm winds. Wednesday should be
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Redding City Council tonight could amend and extend by 90 days an agreement managing the city’s revolving affordable housing loan fund.
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I'm home from Italy now. For a few frustrating days I wondered whether I'd be spending Christmas in Europe. On my attempt to get home I missed four flights in 96 hours. The first missed flight was due to Hurricane Sandy, the initial domino that seemed to tip my travel fate off course, after my flight to San Francisco v
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During the historic summer of 1776, America's — and the world's — destiny changed when a group of unruly colonists concluded that all men were created equal and justice demanded self-government instead of rule by a distant and unelected king.
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Voters go to the polls today to decide which man — Mitt Romney or Barack Obama — will occupy the White House for the next four years.
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I just wanted to say that for the first time in my adult life, I am very disappointed, no, disgusted really, at the so-called election choices this year.
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Why are TV stations denying people on limited incomes access to sports games — baseball, football, tennis, etc.? Because you have to have cable TV? We cannot afford it.
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When touting all the good features of the Redding area, one of the firsts should be the wonderful medical care that is available here at our hospitals.
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The Pilgrims had the quality of self-government coupled with the depths of faith in Yahweh (God) and his word to provide the discernment necessary to exercise patience.
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NVCSS gets $20,000
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Victim identified in Big Bend shooting
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A coalition of groups and candidates for local, state and federal races are in their final push to get out the vote across California.
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Described as a "monster" by a daughter of his victim, convicted killer-rapist Brian Eric Norton did not appear to wince as he was sentenced Monday to life in prison without parole for a 21-year-old murder.
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A meeting to gather input on a pitch to turn a 715-acre swath of land between Bella Vista and Palo Cedro into a 166-lot residential development is on Thursday.
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Redding broke a more than 100-year temperature record Monday but a coming storm system will drop daytime highs nearly 40 degrees later this week.
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Shasta County clerk and registrar of voters Cathy Darling Allen is making no forecasts about how strong voter turnout might be today.
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Local workers continued to picket a pair of Raley's stores in Redding as part of a union strike that entered its second day Monday.
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The application deadline for a vacancy on the Shasta Union High School District board of trustees is Nov. 16. Applicants will be interviewed Dec. 3 and the new trustee is likely to be chosen that night.
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His name was Alpheus Bull, born in 1816. Besides being a Quaker pioneer businessman, he was a Universalist minister. He was also the mining partner of George Baker in the Bald Hills in the early 1850s. In 1853, Bull, Baker...
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So, on tomorrow's Opinion page we have: The Red-Blue columnists -- one is "a chastened Obama voter" and the other's "case for Romney is the case against Obama." A cartoon that cracks wise about voters' enthusiasm for the Bill Clinton/Chris...
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A 27-year-old 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 was today ruled mentally incompetent to stand trial.
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Hello Everyone, I’m happy to report that since the last time I emailed you, we have had electricity and water almost every day!  It doesn’t take much to make me a happy camper these days, and you can take the word “camper” literally if you consider that it often feels like indoor camping here. The school [...]
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Cypress Avenue and Hilltop Drive has turned into the gathering spot for candidates and a coalition of unions making their final push to get voters to the polls on Tuesday.
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A Red Bluff man mysteriously died early this morning after police handcuffed him as they responded to a 911 call saying he had a knife and was acting "irrationally," officers said.
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Deputies in Siskiyou County said today they recently found bones and bone fragments in the south county area.
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The Shasta County Coroner's Office has identified the man shot and killed in Big Bend over the weekend.
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So, after a quick and intense court battle, the out-of-state nonprofit group that donated $11 million from anonymous sources to the Yes on Prop. 32 campaign revealed the donors' identity. And it is, the Bee reports, another nonprofit (the Center...
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I just made this recipe for pumpkin cookies (my previous entry) and can tell you it's easy to make and delicious. I used toasted slivered almonds and skipped the chocolate. Slightly underbaked the cookies so they're soft.Next time I might add a li
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Q. How do you help someone cope or come to terms with the loss of a loved one to suicide? This is a difficult question, for the Bible is not definitive in this most sensitive area. I Corinthians 13:12 tells us that while in the body we see in a mirror dimly, thus informing his readers, there are some areas where we just don
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Here is a Monday morning does of randomness. Enjoy. The post Randomness Epicness Gallery First Edition appeared first on Daily Dump.
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This poor kid gets the crap scared out of him by a giant robotic dinosaur. Here is the description from the video. Zack loves dinosaurs but until now he has never seen one bigger than himself. This is his reaction. Zack is 2 1/2 years old. For the record, we came back to see the exhibit again on [...]The post
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A Gerber man and woman were arrested Saturday after Tehama County deputies found cocaine, methamphetamine, packaging materials and a semiautomatic handgun with its serial number scratched off, officials said.
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Jimmy Kimmell asked parents to complete his latest you tube challenge by asking parents to record their kid’s reactions on video when told that their parents ate all of their Halloween candy. This is an evil prank but equally hilarious. The post
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So what’s that have to do with homes in Redding California? HSBC Bank is Owner of Record of about a dozen homes around here: “By Steve Slater and Matt Scuffham LONDON | Mon No
Here’s a Fannie Mae foreclosure home on .23 acres not far from the Sacramento River.
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Here’s a Fannie Mae foreclosure home on .23 acres not far from the Sacramento River.
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A man and woman from Oklahoma who came to Redding to process marijuana were arrested early this morning after Redding police discovered they were driving a stolen car, officers said.
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Work on several north state roads could cause delays today, according to local and state agencies.
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Forecasters say it'll be a warm, sunny day today in Redding, but drastically cooler days are ahead. The high today should reach 85 degrees, while tonight's low is predicted to be 55 degrees. Light winds are expected for both day and night. Forecasters with the National Weather Service in Sacramento issued a special weathe
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A former Redding man convicted in September of first-degree murder and rape in a 21-year cold case solved by a DNA match will spend the rest of his life in prison
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A Dec. 4 trial date was confirmed today in Shasta County Superior Court for a 30-year-old San Jose man accused of murdering an Oakland man last year near Anderson City Hall.
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Would you pick the perfect Christmas tree, carefully shape the branches, lovingly decorate it with the favorite lights and heirloom ornaments, then put it in a stand in the garage for the month of December?
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Perhaps we are shocked often enough that we become numb. Insane or illogical happenings are so commonplace that we forget how really weird, and sometimes dangerous, things become. An example of this: On October 22, in L'Aquila, Italy, a judge sentenced 7 people to six-year prison terms each for criminal manslaughter, an
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There are three strikes against Darlene Koontz, Lassen Volcanic National Park superintendent.
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Redding does not need any more shopping centers. That's why the Oasis shopping center shouldn't be built.
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Although it is over a year ago, I'm still very appreciative about the generosity shown by a local contractor. I wanted to publicly thank Robert Lockett for his invaluable help on my Eagle Project.
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Congratulations to music director Dwayne Corbin and the members of the Shasta Symphony for an outstanding concert celebrating Redding's 125th anniversary. Congratulations, too, to composer Dan Pinkston on the premiere of his wonderful second symphony.
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I listen to the opinions out there. He thinks this, he thinks that. Disagree, disagree. Nobody agrees, or very seldom.
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Union workers at Raley's supermarket chain, which operates two stores in Redding and more than 100 stores throughout California and Nevada, went on strike Sunday after last-ditch efforts to reach a new contract failed.
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Union workers at Raley's supermarket chain, which operates two stores in Redding and more than 100 stores throughout California and Nevada, went on strike Sunday after last-ditch efforts to reach a new contract failed.
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OAKLAND — The Oakland Raiders overcame another injury to running back Darren McFadden and a record-setting performance by Doug Martin to put the Tampa Bay Buccaneers on the brink of an epic collapse.
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Police arrest man after standoff
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Police arrest man after standoff
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Dianne Nelson is concerned about the orphans. Co-founder and president of the nonprofit Wild Horse Sanctuary in Shingletown, Nelson laments that for the second year running she has leftover "babies" from her annual October adoption event.
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Dianne Nelson is concerned about the orphans. Co-founder and president of the nonprofit Wild Horse Sanctuary in Shingletown, Nelson laments that for the second year running she has leftover "babies" from her annual October adoption event.
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A 54-year-old Redding man was arrested Saturday after he allegedly pointed a gun at another man and then barricaded himself in a residence on Grants Pass Place, asking officers to kill him, police said.
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It's not clear whether Sean Penn knew ahead of his visit to Bolivia of the missions he'd be asked to assume by President Evo Morales.
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My last historic tour for 2012 was held on Oct. 20th. It was a tour to the sites of some of the biggest and most productive gold mines in the hills of the French Gulch area. The highlight was a...
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A man in his 20s had his wallet stolen and his thumb slashed by a suspect on a skateboard this morning in Redding, according to initial reports.
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Redding will continue warming through Monday as winds pick up, the National Weather Service is reporting. Today will be sunny with a high near 82 degrees and a north wind blowing up to 8 mph. At night, temperatures will fall to around 56 with winds up to 10 mph. Monday will be warmer, as temperatures climb up to 85 degrees,
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Workers will cut down Redding's 93rd annual city Christmas tree today off A-Line Road in Viola.
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Remember Krispy Kreme?
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Curly can't get over how fresh the carpet feels. Tinker, being Tinker, is slower to accept it.
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It's generally much easier the second time you do something as opposed to the first time. This was the case as I rode off the ferry into Nova Scotia.
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My daughter, Payton, has had a love affair with large cardboard boxes from the time she was 3. It all began with the children's book "Christina Katerina and the Box" by Patricia Lee Gauch.
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If you sat down and really worked at it, you probably could design a city with worse geography for fire protection than Redding. But you'd have to put in some effort.
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The big money, the ceaseless negative ads, the bitter arguments that divide families — add them up and it's easy to grow cynical about elections.
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The presidential election is imminent and there is a clear choice between two candidates with distinctly different visions for America. Die-hard Democrats will vote for President Obama and die-hard Republicans will vote for Governor Romney, thus the election will hinge on moderates, independents and disenchanted liberals.
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Terry Rapoza argues that passing Proposition 32 "restores power to the people." It does exactly the opposite — giving even more power to corporations and billionaires.
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In order for a person to earn a living in many occupations, membership in a union is mandated by law. The essential functions of the union in collective bargaining, workplace rules, pensions, etc., are indespensible. Dues are automatically withheld from paychecks to support them.
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I have known Rick Bosetti all of my life and am proud to vote for him as our next assemblyman representing the north state.
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With the Thanksgiving season coming upon us so quickly we should all pause for a minute to reflect and remember those who have impacted our lives so much. Please take some time in the next week to remember those who are most responsible for making Barack Obama's presidency possible.
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Please support our schools by voting Jack Hansen and Rod Moore for the Red Bluff High School board.
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Ruining a person's good name is the art of murder without a physical death. Looking innocent while doing it is the ultimate success.
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Why is the Tea Party trying to destroy the Republican Party? That's a question I am often asked. The Tea Party arose out of frustration and angst for both parties, but the Republicans in particular.
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It is about what will be taken away from schools. California is in deep trouble, and it's up to everyone to help get our state back.
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I am a very conservative Republican, but I am voting for Jim Reed for Congress this year.
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As a citizen and small-business owner in Redding for 44 years, I know all too well what it takes to balance a budget. So does Rick Bosetti, and as a City Council member he has made the hard decisions necessary to keep Redding going in the right direction.
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For years Doug LaMalfa puts on his cowboy hat and tells us he is one of us. Being Republican I voted for him.
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Lydia Reed's letter of Wednesday ("Obama has proven himself a failure") is the latest in the parade of ill-informed anti-Obama letters littering the pages of the Record Searchlight as the election draws near.
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It was with great interest that I read the mailer in my PO Box sent by Rick Bosetti regarding Brian Dahle. Gosh, and I thought I knew this man!
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Redding police are at a standoff this evening involving a person in a building on Grants Pass Place.
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Remember Krispy Kreme?
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SPRING BASEBALL AND SOFTBALL LEAGUE SIGN-UPS
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Q: Why is there no season limit on the number of geese or ducks a hunter can legally take and possess? Last year, I hunted ducks with my uncle, who is retired. He had bought into a private hunting blind and has access from his home to three nearby state or national refuges. Last year his season take on ducks was in excess o
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In 1912: William Boweraox, the cattle man of Upper Stillwater, was in Redding after a load of salt. He said the recent rains started the feed in good shape and all the stockmen were rejoicing.
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Courtesy of Mercy Medical Center, Redding
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Football is difficult enough to prepare for in life's happiest times. And for the Knights of late, times have been anything but.
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The final Friday night of the prep football regular season went the favorites' way.
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Brothers Winn Aung and Alex Aung set swim meet records Saturday at the Heritage Plaza Age Group Open at the Shasta College pool.
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Redding officials may seek to amend and extend by 90 days an agreement managing the city's revolving affordable housing loan fund in hopes of making it more attractive to borrowers.
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SHASTA LAKE — Assistant City Manager John Duckett was already the city's pick to replace retiring City Manager Carol Martin. On Tuesday, the City Council could make it official.
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Students and staff members from Cypress Elementary School in Redding teamed up with the Garden Tract Society to tidy up their neighborhood Saturday.
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RED BLUFF — Authorities have identified the pedestrian killed in a wreck late Friday night south of Red Bluff, the California Highway Patrol said.
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DUNSMUIR — Four City Council members will wait until January before appearing in court to answer a lawsuit filed by the city's ex-mayor accusing them of making decisions to their own financial benefit.
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Standing tall and trim in a dark suit and tie, Siskiyou County Sheriff Jon Lopey grimly delivers his message of resistance, warning of state and federal regulators moving to usurp control of local resources and constitutional rights.
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Shasta County sheriff's detectives say they arrested two men in connection with the slaying of a man in Big Bend early Saturday morning.
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Shasta County voters will head to the polls Tuesday to determine local, legislative and federal races, from who will occupy the Oval Office to who speaks from the city council dais.
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Shasta College students are working to resurrect the Lance, the student newspaper, as a Web-only platform after a long break in publication.
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The Siskiyou County Sheriff's Office covers California's fifth-largest county by area at about 6,300 square miles. The U.S. Census Bureau pins the county's population at about 45,000 people.
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Before stepping into the office of Siskiyou County's top lawman, Sheriff Jon Lopey devoted nearly 40 years of his life to public safety.
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Dear Babe: I have a set of Callahan baseball Hall of Fame cards. I thought they were issued in 1950, but one of the cards — Paul Waner — says 1952.
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Most people know there are large herds of wild horses roaming free at various places in western United States.
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The past 11 weeks don’t matter anymore. It’s playoff time. The Northern Section released the prep football playoff brackets on Saturday and Enterprise, Sutter, Pierce and Chester earned the top seeds in their respective divisions.
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Remember how, in 2012, the Redding City Council imposed a contract on REU's linemen that cut the share of workers' health insurance costs the city would pay in retirement? Well, naturally the IBEW didn't just swallow that without a fight...
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Shasta County sheriff's detectives say they've arrested two men linked to the murder of an American Indian man in Big Bend early this morning.
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The Day's End is a daily reflection program hosted by Deacon Pat and Liz Kearns. This live podcast gives followers an opportunity to see how God's hand can be found in each of our lives daily
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This view home in popular Quail Ridge seems to have last sold for $245K in 2006.
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Mexico, so I was told, isn't known for great desserts. But this flan (see picture), which came at the end of a meal at El Pegaso in San Miguel de Allende last month, was the best I've ever had....
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On Saturday November 10th from 10 am - 4 pm, the Chico Permaculture Guild will host a "permablitz" event - a hands on learning day in which you will learn how to design and install a rooftop rainwater harvesting system for your home, farm or any building with a roof. Photo: Chico Permaculture Guild's Logo. [...]
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Paul Hughes, left, and Lou Grush on the Sacramento River Trail in late September. To illustrate my column this morning....
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The West Valley Volunteer Fire Co. will host its 25th annual chili feed and auction today.
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Temperatures will warm up today and Sunday, the National Weather Service is reporting.
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Runners will get a chance to test their mettle at an obstacle course today at Hawes Farm, 21923 Dersch Road, in Anderson.
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RED BLUFF - Authorities have identified the pedestrian killed in a wreck late Friday night, the California Highway Patrol said.
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As Cory Fernandez walked out of her home into Friday's cool, early morning air to go to work, she noticed she was missing something: her car.
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Will the last Republican in California please feed the cat and deadbolt the back door?
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No matter who's elected president Tuesday night, if you believe the hype, roughly half the country will be bitterly depressed and terminally angry.
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I'm very upset that the Record Searchlight is attempting to influence the outcome of our District 4 Senate race by erroneously and purposefully including in your "Voter Guide" on Sunday the information on former District 4 Senate candidate Dan Logue.
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Marc Beauchamp's column last Saturday said that Wally Herger "handpicked" his successor. An incumbent can endorse someone to replace him, but he cannot pick him.
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Should we vote for Doug LaMalfa for U.S. Congress?
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SHASTA LAKE — Everything the Falcons preach on the football field was on display Friday night.
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RED BLUFF — Foothill's offense ended its regular season the same way it began — by breaking records.
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The Enterprise High football team battled back from a two-point halftime deficit and a potential upset to beat Pleasant Valley 35-14 on the road in Chico on Friday night, and locked down the outright Eastern Athletic League championship and the No. 1 seed in the Northern Section Division I playoffs.
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Chico forces turnovers, and earns big win
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When the Knights step onto the field today, their hearts and minds will be at Enloe Medical Center in Chico.
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For an athlete to have the playoffs taken from them is personal tragedy.
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In 1912: Since war had been declared in the Balkans, there had been a stampede of Greeks from the lumber camps and railroad crews of this part of the state. All of the lumber companies were short-handed and it was no wonder that the McCloud River Lumber Co. found it necessary to recruit through employment agencies in San Fr
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Shasta County Public Health is taking a whimsical approach to turn people off high-sodium foods with a series of animated videos featuring a talking, health-savvy salt crystal.
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Carpet One in Redding has joined a companywide online effort to help customers with their flooring needs.
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Recycle the Warmth organizer Senia Owensby (right) folds clothes with volunteer Nicki Carper on Friday at the Tehama District Fair grounds in Red Bluff.
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The woman who was a central figure in a Sunday shooting in Shasta Lake that claimed the life of a Redding man was arraigned Friday in Shasta County Superior Court on an unrelated criminal case.
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As Cory Fernandez walked out of her home into Friday’s cool, early morning air to go to work, she noticed she was missing something: her car.
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Rachel Lunde and Todd Taillefer
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Heather McIntier and Eric Gordon
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Q: What is the best way to deal with smell? I'm always afraid I'm going to be one of those houses where you can tell they have animals. Any advice? Also, litter boxes; what is the best way to contain odors? I know the litters say "odor control," but yeah, not so much. I try to keep it clean the best I can, b
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Beverly Harlan, Mount Shasta
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Jamie Pokorny and Clay Ross
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Everett and Sue Tedder
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Herbs are plants with purpose, valued for flavor, fragrance and medicinal power. With some herbs, however, it's not so much about tasting good or doing good -- it's about looking good.
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The term liana is used to describe any long-stemmed, woody vine that is rooted in the soil and climbs or wraps around other plants. Many of these California native vines provide a tremendous amount of botanical interest and wildlife habitat value because of their unique growth habit.
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Citrus -- frozen orange juice, lime slices in our margaritas, grapefruit halves for breakfast, navel oranges and mandarins in season. Martin Page in "Growing Citrus: How to grow citrus trees in containers, conservatories, and the open garden" (192 pages, Timber Press, 2008) shows us they're even more.
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Q: When is the best time to prune my young fruit trees?
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So argue Walter Russell Mead in this dialogue with historian Francis Fukuyama: One reason I advocate, for example, breaking up states like California into smaller units is that they've grown to such a degree that their size magnifies the role...
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The Shasta County District Attorney announced today that a jury convicted a man keeping a woman captive at gunpoint as he repeatedly beat and raped her.
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That's the unavoidable impression from this brief report, prepared for next week's Board of Supervisors meeting. Below are some strategies staff have identified to potentially Increase the effectiveness of enforcement of the medical marijuana cultivation ordinance: 1. Attempt to streamline...
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Joetta Ruggles, Cottonwood
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Noni Fleming, Redding
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I think perhaps the blokes from Top Gear had something to do with this. These crazy guys blow up a caravan and almost themselves along with it in the process. The post Crazy Caravan Explosion appeared first on
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The mystery photo is the Fender Cemetery in Oak Run and "Ancient One" guessed it correctly at 9:28. Congratulations to Ancient One because he/she has won a $25 gift certificate to Nello's Place. Thank you everyone else for playing...
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A 19-year-old man accused of attacking a Redding Realtor over an argument about the man's teenage daughter pleaded not guilty today in Shasta County Superior Court.
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Motorists fumed in long lines at gas stations around the metropolitan area and screamed at each other Friday morning as fuel shortages hindered the region's efforts to recover from Superstorm Sandy.
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Power has been restored today to some 550 Pacific Gas & Electric Co. customers after malfunctioning equipment sparked an outage in the Whitmore area early Thursday, a company spokesman said.
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Readers will recall I have a client trying to buy a Freddie Mac owned house listed for sale locally. We are being told the home is now tied up, possibly pending sale to an investor as part of bulk home sal
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Some vintage TV spots for Shasta cola. And a bit of history on the local connection....
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The road to Red Bluff for the Northern Section prep volleyball championships begin on Tuesday.
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A Yreka man who sheriff’s deputies said was firing his gun was arrested Thursday after barricading himself inside his Kings Court home.
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Reading this morning's story about the Christmas-tree cutting this weekend and the city's plans to put the lighted tree up on in the California Street parking garage, my thoughtful and tasteful wife -- a huge fan of the annual tree-lighting...
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Every so often, the FDotD candidate home looks hauntingly familiar. And then we remember. Foreclosed twice. Here are 2 of them, currently for sale. Will the third time be the charm? 3468 Denali Redding CA 96002
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What is the name of the cemetery and what town is it in? Welcome to the History Mystery Photo Contest. If you're the first person to give the correct answer, you'll win the prize plus an award certificate with your...
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For months now, north state real estate agents have talked about the very low number of houses on the market and how it's created bidding wars, especially at the lower end. On Thursday, the California Association of Realtors released results of a survey that shows this playing out across the state. More h
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Ouch that had to tickle. A brutal high speed car accident is caught on a driver’s dash cam. The post Brutal High Speed Car Accident appeared first on Daily Dump.
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Remember the legislative bill that would have made it easier for school districts to fire teachers who sexually or physically abuse students? The one that failed because a critical handful of Democrats chose to follow the teachers' union line instead...
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Brown has little time. He needs to immediately move to convince voters that he is serious about putting the state's fiscal house in order. One action the governor could take at this late date that might still be sufficiently dramatic...
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Dan Levine, candidate for state Senate in the 4th District special election, seems to think so, if you can believe this Red Bluff Daily News report: Levine said he did not believe global warming was man-made, but said he did...
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www.walkscore.com recently rated San Francisco as the second most walkable city in the US, and indeed, a car is largely an expensive impediment for an enterprising tourist. Put on a decent pair of shoes or fill up a Clipper Card, and suddenly The City by the Bay is your oyster instead of a nightmare of one-way [...]
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Work on several north state roads could cause delays today, according to local and state agencies.
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Shasta County Citizens Advocating Respect will honor three people at its annual awards dinner today who’ve made contributions to the community toward ending racism, prejudice and social injustice.
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Two manicurists are asking for the community's help after a masked man stole $8,000 in a Halloween night burglary.
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Today will be a cool 69 degrees under sunny skies before cooling down to around 47 at night, the National Weather Service is reporting
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Camp Latieze was worth more in ashes than intact.
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"Ronald Reagan changed the trajectory of America in a way that Richard Nixon did not and in a way that Bill Clinton did not." That was Barack Obama in 2008. And he was right. Reagan was an ideological inflection point, ending a 50-year liberal ascendancy and beginning a 30-year conservative ascendancy.
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I would like to inform the residents of Shasta Lake that this coming election is most important regarding the future direction of our city.
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I finally get it. Obama is transparent. He ran on transparency but didn't deliver the goods. His entire administration has been a lie, behind closed doors, and nobody is held responsible.
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Immigrants will tell you America is the greatest nation on earth. That's why they come here.
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PALO CEDRO — The Shasta boys and West Valley girls cross country teams left no doubt as to which team belongs at the top.
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The prep football regular season has been a wild ride.
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RED BLUFF — Enterprise High's group of juniors put a damper on Red Bluff's senior night and took home an outright league title in the process.
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The Mercy High volleyball team edged Redding Christian on the road 25-23, 14-25, 25-15, 24-26, 15-13 to win the Five-Star League outright on Thursday.
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Central Valley would love history to repeat itself.
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Redding's Christmas tree won't go up until after Thanksgiving, but anyone already in the holiday spirit can take a look at the chosen tree this Sunday when crews head west of Viola to cut and haul it.
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OROVILLE — A Citrus Heights man has pleaded not guilty to charges stemming from an alleged attack in Chico on Sunday that left Shasta College football player Tyler Burton in extremely critical condition.
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Redding police said they arrested a pair of convicted sex offenders Wednesday after chasing and fighting one and finding another with child pornography at a local motel.
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The wife of a Redding Realtor stabbed inside a local Starbucks said her husband was attacked after he argued with the man dating his 17-year-old daughter.
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Bechelli Lane and Cypress Avenue were noisy and hopping with traffic late Thursday afternoon.
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Officials with the Hoopa Valley Tribe are claiming federal officials are illegally harming threatened coho salmon by reducing water flows in the Klamath River.
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Redding will warm back into the 80s this weekend after a brief stint with stormy weather Wednesday and Thursday.
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Experts say Shasta County's 38,000 seniors should take advantage of Medicare enrollment resources to avoid overpaying for prescription drug coverage.
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In 1912: The McCloud mill and factory were running full blast and would continue just as long as the weather permitted. The company experienced some difficulty in the loss of a good many workmen, principally Greeks, who resigned to go back and fight the Turks.
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A 25-year-old man was taken to Mercy Medical Center after colliding with a car on Bechelli Lane tonight.
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Mercy Medical Center invites men to a free tailgate- style food and drinks event about prostate health.
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I just snagged this recipe from Mrs. Sundberg's column. I want to make this, though without the chocolate bits, I think.Pumpkin Cookies½ cup butter or margarine 1 ½ cup white sugar1 egg1 cup canned pumpkin1 tsp vanilla2 ½ cups flour1 tsp baking soda1 tsp b
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RED BLUFF - A woman is trapped inside her vehicle by dangling power lines after she hit a power pole off Highway 99 this evening.
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When the town of Shasta was at its height of glory, there were many beautiful houses on Shurtleff Hill in Old Shasta. The hill received its name for Dr. Shurtleff's house, built in 1851 at the very top of the hill with a bird's-eye view of the town.
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Officers pursued a vehicle westbound on Highway 44 after chasing it at speeds up to 100 mph this evening.
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"Ronald Reagan changed the trajectory of America in a way that Richard Nixon did not and in a way that Bill Clinton did not." That was Barack Obama in 2008. And he was right. Reagan was an ideological inflection point, ending a 50-year liberal ascendancy and beginning a 30-year conservative ascendancy.
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Camp Latieze was worth more in ashes than intact.
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Patty Smith, Paskenta
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Dolores Lucero, Shasta Lake
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Bernice Cressy, Cottonwood
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All of you anti American Liberals can kiss my ass and go somewhere else if you don’t like my blog. I will not always post your comments because I own this blog and decide what will and will not be said, just like the state run Obama media, except I tell the truth. Be gone […]
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A decade since George Lucas said "Star Wars" was finished on the big screen, a new trilogy under new ownership is destined for theaters after The Walt Disney Co. announced Tuesday that it would buy Lucasfilm Ltd. from him for $4.05 billion.
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That's the result of the statewide mock election held this week in California schools, the secretary of state's office reports. With more than 600 schools around the state participating, Barack Obama netted 177,336 votes to Mitt Romney's 60,096 -- nearly...
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A Citrus Heights man has pleaded not guilty to charges from an alleged attack in Chico on Sunday that left another in extremely critical condition.
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Redding police said they arrested a pair of convicted sex offenders Wednesday after chasing and fighting one and finding another with pornography at a local motel.
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An early-morning raid today at a Redding apartment led to the arrest of four individuals. Redding Police SWAT personnel went to the 3700 block of Churn Creek at approximately 6 a.m. to serve a search warrant at the location in connection with a shooting last month.
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This is the most delicious tuna in the world. Once you eat home canned REAL tuna, you'll never buy another store bought can again....
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This message went out to the local real estate community. Here’s hoping it gets wider distribution: “The California Highway Patrol is looking for empty abandoned buildings or houses that they could use to Practice shooting / hostage situations. They are currently using Crystal
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"My job is to produce results that people are confident in, not to provide instant gratification for anyone." So Cathy Darling Allen, Shasta County's clerk and registrar, tells Sacramento's KCRA for an item about how the rise in mail voting...
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A Redding Realtor is recovering today after being stabbed inside Starbucks on E. Cypress Ave. on Wednesday afternoon. Sam Yount, 37, and the suspect, Travis Patrick Kuks, 21, of Redding, were inside the coffee shop about 4:42 p.m. when they got into an argument, police said.
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Pacific Gas & Electric Co. officials expect to restore power to some 555 customers in the Whitmore area by Saturday, a company spokeswoman said this afternoon.
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Well sort of a Tri-Plex. A Duplex along with a single detached unit. Buying a multifamily unit to live in and fix up is a traditional wealth building strategy with proven results.
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The suspense is building. We're roughly 22 hours out from the release of Friday's jobs report. What effect - if any - will the October numbers have on Tuesday's election? Driving to work this morning an economist on the radio opined that the U.S. unemployment rate will stay at 7.8 percent.
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Glad you asked, because you'll be seeing them marked the streets of Redding, and there's ">an event this afternoon to celebrate the city's first, on Bechelli Lane. Shared lane pavement markings (or "sharrows") are bicycle symbols carefully placed to guide...
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A hilarious collection of graffiti pictures. The post Hilarious Graffiti appeared first on Daily Dump.
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Noticed an interesting juxtaposition at the blog section of redding.com this morning. First, Doug Craig posting about the recent wake-up call represented by Hurricane Sandy. Followed by David Benda wondering which corporate chain would be open first for Black Friday, our cultural c
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An email from Kohl's that landed in my inbox this morning got me thinking about Black Friday. Kohl's will be one of several department stores that will open on midnight after Thanksgiving, a trend that really took off last year.
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Three people were injured this morning when their vehicle went off the side of the road on Highway 299 at the base of Buckhorn Summit west of Redding.
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Hi, this is Max Inertia, your host of Better Living Through Minimal Effort. We invite you to stay tuned—it’s easier. Today’s guest is Ms. Bee Fuddled, Director of the League of Perplexed Voters. Bee, the election’s just days away, and we don’t want to hear more debates or wade through a voter’s guide bigger t
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Work on several north state roads could cause delays today, according to local and state agencies.
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A locally made film shot in Shingletown and rural areas of Shasta County premieres tonight in Anderson.
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The National Weather Service predicts a 40 percent chance of showers before 11 a.m. today, then it gradually should become sunny with a high near 66 degrees.
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The well-financed nonsense being spread by an independent political action committee promoting Rick Bosetti's Assembly campaign has earned some much-deserved pushback. But Bosetti's opponent, Brian Dahle, is hardly immune from the political temptation to bend the truth.
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Sometimes in politics, you have to listen for what's not being said to understand where things really stand. In the 2012 presidential campaign, the telling — and comforting — silence involves same-sex marriage and gay rights.
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Our current Shasta County supervisors have burdened us, the taxpayers, with numerous lawsuits because county staff has failed to work with individuals and agencies.
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Proven leadership and knowledge of the issues separate Cheri Beck from her opponent in the District 4 supervisoral race.
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Since the last decades of news, and the last few weeks of news, who would you select as a safe baby sitter — a Catholic priest, a Boy Scouts of America scout master, or an atheist?
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This is just a simple letter from a simple person, but I'm going to say what has to be said anyway. This applies to all of us. Especially to people running for office.
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The schoolteacher's letter, "Remember life before unions," reminded me of the enormity of the changes in public schools.
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In response to Larry Kay, if you looked up the records of the hypothetical car and determined that they could never make it run right, would you still buy it?
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“Did you get your hug today?” That was Kathie Steers last week addressing a regular at the Klassique Kafe on Athens Avenue in Redding, the breakfast and lunch place she and her sister, Millie Ellis (delightful women both) have owned since 1986.
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Photographer Sharon Salpas retired from the Enterprise Elementary School District as a special education teacher in June and despite a still-hectic schedule as a part-time instructor at Shasta College, she feels like she finally has time to devote to her passion. Salpas has been interested in photography since I took some p
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Anderson and West Valley high schools are combining their musical forces to bring a litt