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July 21st, 2013

Fire crews are being called back out to a fire off Shasta View Drive in north Redding.
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A good magician is able to create an illusion that appears real, revealing just enough reality to sell the trick. The goal is to evoke an emotional response from the audience — a sense of amazement. Even though we know it’s not real, it is often so convincing that, for a moment, we almost believe in magic.
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As Bernanke nears the end of his term, his blunt words to Congress are worth heeding. It's a recovery -- don't mess it up.
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In the past four decades the study of human genetics has been a fast-moving area of science. Diverse specialties have developed within human genetics, providing insights into wide-ranging issues from disease treatments to perspectives on the history of human populations. The study of human evolution is one such area.
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Regarding the raising of Shasta Dam, the Record Searchlight presents useless information to “we the dummies,” provided by the Bureau of Reclamation (BOR). If any “dummies” want the rest of the story, go to what the BOR agency has under its website. You will find a list of 600 businesses to be affected, along with th
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LAS VEGAS — University of Nevada, Las Vegas researchers have found that several hot sauce brands sold in the U.S. contain dangerous levels of lead.
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North State firefighters are hoping for new facilities at two stations in the coming year.
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Mackenzie just returned from two months of Missionary life in Guatemala. She lived with local families in Quetzaltenango and San Lucas Toliman and worked as a Spanish Interpreter for
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Please check out my new "Book Site"  Click here for the link
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Redding will roast again today as temperatures climb up to 105 degrees under sunny skies. Nighttime will cool things down to around 73. Monday will drop slightly to about 97 degrees, bu the rest of the week should be in the triple digits. Tuesday will bring a 20 percent chance of showers and thunderstorms after 11 am.
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In 1913: Irving Eddy, Jr. took the baseball team to Dunsmuir with his 90 horsepower auto. He made the trip without accident, besides making good time. It was the maiden trip for his auto.
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An SUV stopped inches away from a downtown Redding building this evening before its driver ran off from the crash, police say.
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"Where the wicked ceased from troubling and the weary were at rest." Was located at the junction of Oak Run Road and Reid's Toll Road beside Cedar Creek at Round Mountain. The first hotel was built and operated by Lewis...
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A photo. The backstory, from Dottie Smith's "Dictionary of Early Shasta County History" 1st Edition: ALEXANDER Arrived in Happy Valley in the late 1800s. Acquired extensive land holdings, established the Alexander Ranch, and built a two-story, still-standing brick house....
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Thousands of athletes have been affected by ACL injuries, and north state athletes are no different.
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Wood bat baseball in the summer time is the ultimate prep for future pros and current college stars.
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CHICO — The Redding Tigers’ season, much like their defense, evaporated under the summer sun.
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For two Cottonwood teens, a lemonade stand today brought in a huge haul — but they won’t be keeping a penny.
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Andreas Fuhrmann/Record Searchlight
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Larry and Joyce Brashear of Shasta Lake celebrated their 60th anniversary on June 28, 2013, with a dinner party with family and friends at View 202 Restaurant in Redding. They were married on June 28, 1953, in Lake Tahoe, Nev. They moved from Sacramento to Shasta Lake 34 years ago. Larry worked for Greyhound for 28 years, t
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Deena White and Nicholas Henke, both of Redding, were married on April 19, 2013, on Wailae Beach Park, Honolulu, Hawaii. Bruce Ah Leong officiated. The bride is the daughter of Priscilla and Greg Wilson of Chico. She works for ExamWorks in Redding. The groom is the son of Rita and Steve Henke of Ferdinand, Ind. He works at
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Whether near or far, having shared so much of our journey together, my sister will always occupy a special place in my heart.
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Gather your teammates for the fall adult baseball league, kicking off in early September.
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When it comes to going high, this writer would prefer to stick closer to the ground.
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Annette Osborne revisits the little moments in her children's lives when re-reading journals.
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Teen daughter concerned she will be bullied after her gay mom marries this summer.
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Aubrey Foidel and Josh Huey, both of Redding, are engaged to be married on June 14, 2014, in Golden Gate Park, San Francisco. The bride-elect is the daughter of Richard and Cheryl Foidel of Terrebone, Ore., and Angie Foidel of Irrigon, Ore. She moved to Redding in 2009 from Irrigon. Her fiance is the son of Andre Huey and S
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Objects from space will attempt to enter Earth's atmosphere in August.
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Grab your GPS and sense of adventure and check out these websites to launch a geocaching adventure.
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Bob Moore of Moore's Flour Mill decided not to plant corn in the Churn Creek Bottom this year. But he vows to bring the crop back next year.
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Lewis Chamberlain guides you through figuring out how much money you'll need saved for retirement.
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The Affordable Care Act requires certain employers to provide health care insurance to employees. Recently, President Obama suspended the requirement that larger employers provide coverage to employees until 2015. How the employer mandate affects your business depends on the number of employees you have.
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Q: My dog is often hard to follow when we’re hiking through heavy cover. Is it legal to use GPS tracking devices on dogs while hunting?
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Americans spend around $20 billion each year on footwear. According to the American Apparel and Footwear Association, about 99 percent of all footwear sold in the U.S. is imported.
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To some, climbing to the top of Mt. Eddy, the highest point in the Trinity Mountains on the Klamath Mountains, isn't that daunting. But most in the group of hikers who showed up for the Mount Shasta Trail Association trek one recent Saturday morning called the effort challenging.
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There's strong evidence that children suffer from summer brain drain. But do adults suffer the same?
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The compact, mobile loveliness that is a laptop brings with it a shorter lifespan than a typical desktop PC.
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Russ Wade, Redding
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Jim Mathews, Redding
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Micheal Helsby of Redding has a host of health issues he’s getting treated through Medi-Cal, but it was an eye infection that showed him the limits of the program.
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Firefighters say a motorhome that is fully engulfed in flames has shut down traffic on northbound Interstate 5.
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A small blaze has broken out on Canyon Creek Road, around seven miles north of Junction City in Trinity County.
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Anderson Police have lost sight of a vehicle they were chasing this morning in the area of Peter Pan Gulch Road off of Olinda Road in Anderson.
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A half-acre blaze broke out this morning next to a transient camp on the western edge of Redding.
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Here’s a HUD home in a very desirable neighborhood near the Sacramento River.
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An SUV ran into a power pole, causing live power lines to fall across the roadway and knocking out power in Cottonwood.
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There's nothing like a good heat wave to make you reconsider (once again) why you have so much lawn and just exactly why you have it. "Once neighbors and passersby see the changes happening as you begin the process of removing your default front lawn and replacing it with something more lively and interesting," notes [...]
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This weekend will prove to be a scorcher with temperatures well in the triple digits, reaching highs of 109, the National Weather Service predicts. Today will be hot with a high near 109 degrees. There will be a light and variable wind, but it will most likely still feel extremely hot. Saturday night will be mostly clear wi
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In 1913: A cyclometer, an aneroid barometer and a pedometer were all used on the recent five-day automobile tour over a kite-shaped course into the eastern part of Shasta County and back to Redding. The distance was 55.9 miles, the highest elevation was 4,200 feet and the running time was five hours and 15 minutes.
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FALL RIVER MILLS - A customer who reportedly made "vague" telephone threats to bank employees earlier in the day was detained by sheriff's deputies Friday after workers pushed the holdup alarm when that customer entered the bank hours later.
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Stand-Up Paddleboard (SUP) Yoga is an unparalleled fitness activity where your efforts are heightened because of the balance required. With SUP yoga you walk away calmer, refreshed, stronger both mentally and physically, and probably sore for the next few days.
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The Gateway Unified School District is excited to announce that every 5th and 9th grade student will now be receiving an iPad tablet to use during the school year. This continues the District’s effort to move towards a 1-1 learning environment, preparing our students for college and career success with a 21st century lear
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Earn 4 DPR Continuing Education Credits! Designed for both those preparing for their commercial applicator’s license exam as well as those needing CE Units. Students in this course can expect to learn about: Integrated Pest Management (IPM), Reading a Pesticide Label, Vegetation Management in Rights of Way, & Herbicid
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Earn 2 DPR Continuing Education Units! This class is intended for anyone who has unlicensed pesticide applicators (pesticide handlers) working under their supervision and is required to provide them training. It will go into detail about the training that is required to be given to pesticide handlers by the Federal Worker P
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Upon successful completion students will receive a forklift operation certificate. Cal-OSHA recommends recertification every 3 years! This training is regular, counter-balance forklift.
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128 Of Continuing Education for NATE! This course is designed to advance technicians existing knowledge of basic refrigeration and air conditioning. All types of heat pump systems, both packaged systems and split systems are studied.
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Cal-OSHA requires all flaggers be certified and trained before being assigned as flaggers! Become confident on the job site and learn the fundamentals of flagging and moving traffic. Then take flagging a step further with Basic Traffic Control… Learn typical applications and situations on the job site.
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Next class not until November! Upon successful completion, students will receive an Adult CPR and Standard First Aid Certificate from Medic First Aid. Cal-OSHA requires at least one CPR certified employee on all job sites.
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Attendees will receive a certificate of completion of the Storm Water Compliance Training! This course includes: Overview of the California Construction General Permit, Erosion Control Basics and BMPs, Sediment Control Basics and BMPs, Site Requirements and Housekeeping, Sampling Strategies.
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If you use Microsoft Word on a regular basis, and have mastered the basic skills, the next step is to improve your proficiency. Learn to produce and share professional documents with this hands-on, instructor-led Microsoft Word training.
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Learn how to master Power Point and impress with your next business presentation! This course includes: Views in Power Point, Creating a new presentation, Formatting text, Formatting Slides, Adding objects to slides, Using masters, Setting up a slide show.
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Make managing your business easier than ever with this program! Basic Course Content Includes: Excel Basics, Formulas & Formats, Preview & Print, Charts & Maps, and Much More.
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Learn how a government contractor can maintain a competitive advantage when providing employee benefits by minimizing their payroll tax burden, reducing the wage-disparity between government and negotiated contracts, while increasing bid competitiveness and profits.
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This course is for anyone eligible to take the CA Journeyman Electrician Certification Exam and wishes to be better prepared for the exam. This course will be held every Tuesday and Thursday, November 5th through December 5th, 2013, except Thanksgiving week.
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Upon successful completion students will receive a forklift operation certificate. Cal-OSHA recommends recertification every 3 years! This training is regular, counter-balance forklift.
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Next class not until January! Upon successful completion, students will receive an Adult CPR and Standard First Aid Certificate from Medic First Aid. Cal-OSHA requires at least one CPR certified employee on all job sites.
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Learn to better master this program, and make managing your business run smoother! This course includes: Worksheets, Workbooks, Workspaces; Cell References; Names, Comments, Labels; Outlines and Groups; Formulas and Functions; Error Handling; Scenarios and Goal Seeking; Pivot Tables; Simple Database Management; Macro Basics
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Managing business is easier with this tool! This course includes: Use Excel As A Database (Tables); Managing Table Data; Summarizing Tables; Merging Tables with Word for Form Letters; Merging Tables with Word for Labels/Envelopes.
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This course is designed to satisfy the eight hours of annual refresher training required by the California Code of Regulations, Title 8, Section 5192. Certificates are issued!
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Redding Realtor Ron Largent thinks the proposed land deal between the city of Redding and the McConnell Foundation could be "too complicated for the Council to understand and implement," given questions about the value of the 14 acres of riverfront...
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A brief look at business news from around the north state.
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Shasta High softball players Alex Silva and Mia Camuso were honored by MaxPreps this week.
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A decision by the Environmental Appeals Board means there will be a federal public hearing on the proposed Sierra Pacific Industries biomass plant in Anderson.
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Foothill High School graduate Mary Poehnelt has made it to the finals of "Hell's Kitchen" on Fox TV.
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Jason Dunn has not yet been in court to face attempted murder charges.
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A 33-year-old Modoc County man accused of assaulting the 2-month-old daughter of a family friend last month at the La Quinta Inn on Hilltop Drive in Redding is now accused of beating the girl’s twin brother, according to a criminal complaint filed in Shasta County Superior Court.
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Q: I've noticed that my peach and nectarine trees have many red, distorted leaves this year. Should I be concerned?
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Find balance with local plant species, weather
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With its long, laid-back days and evenings that seem to stretch into infinity, summer is the perfect time of year for gatherings with friends. But with work, family and all the other demands of life, sometimes we just don’t feel up to hosting a big to-do at our homes. I’ve found that the key to getting your “friend fi
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Donna Stiles offers tips for how to control weeds in your garden without chemicals.
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Failing to pay attention to little things can bring down a massive old tree or spell the demise of a new one. I know this to be true. It was my job to keep them alive. Some didn’t make it.
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Brad Garbutt shares images of his Redding garden during early summer. Tomatoes are on the vine, as are squash. Flowers have exploded into a range of bright colors framing views of a bird bath, sundial and other garden statuary.
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Investors are banding together to lure new air service to Redding. The proposed destination is Los Angeles.
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Addicted to drugs and on felony probation, eight graduates of Shasta County Probation Department's Addicted Offender program turned their lives around.
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A Redding doctor detailed the complex nature of both prescribing narcotics for pain and that medicine’s abuse Friday afternoon, speaking to a packed room at Mercy Medical Center.
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Shasta County Sheriff's deputies say reports of a bank robbery in Fall River Mills were unfounded.
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Here is   A little Experiment for you  photo cafe. I took a series of Photos of Bamboo in the sun light , combined  them in a specific order to create a basic quilt or larger image together , hit or miss you tell me   
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I am ending the game early because the answer has been given away. The winner is toe2toe who guessed the photo correctly at 9:13 a.m. as the Buzzard Roost Hotel. Congratulations toe2toe. Thank you everyone for checking in and to...
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Carlos Mancasola, a freshman guard at UC Davis, makes 48 out of 53 three-pointers in just four minutes in this YouTube video. Love the chirping crickets in the background....
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A tractor-trailer involved in an accident on Highway 299 near Cedar Flat overturned.
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A 20-year-old Redding man has been arrested, and police are searching for a second suspect in connection to a carjacking near the car wash in Westwood Village.
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Power has been restored to all but a few Redding Electric Utility customers after a brief outage that began just before noon in the area of Cypress Avenue and Bechelli Lane.
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Watching a thread this morning on the Redding Merchants Crime Watch e-mail list. The loss prevention guy at Shopko posted remarkably sharp surveillance pix of a young man and a young women who allegedly stole apparel and other merchandize. Within...
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What was the name of this hotel? Welcome to the History Mystery Photo Contest. If you're the first person to give the correct answer, you'll win a $10 gift certificate and an award certificate with your name and the mystery...
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Foothill graduate Mary Poehnelt has made the finals of Fox TV’s cooking competition “Hell’s Kitchen.”
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David Horsey, a colleague from when we worked on a paper in Seattle in the mid-Seventies, is one of the most gifted and trenchant political cartoonists working today. He's now at the LA Times. Here's a short video of how...
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I'd wondered about it on frequent trips up and down the valley. An update here....
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Here’s the infographics for our usual monthly look at Metro Redding home sales. Numbers roughly from Whiskeytown to Shingletown, and Lakehead to Lake California. Below, a look at the actual numbers behind the chart. Lo
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Years ago, when this was listed for $175K, the seller called us for a second opinion.
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Firefighters put out a large dumpster fire early this morning behind the old Kentucky Fried Chicken location on East Cypress Avenue.
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Alright, I've had it, I protest. I protest all these protests. It's too much, me thinks. When I sat down to write this week's column, I was feeling a little lost for a topic. I didn't want to write yet another sappy love-filled column about how crazy in love I am with my brand new [...]
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The heat continues today with temperatures at a high of 106 degrees, the National Weather Service reports. The day will be hot with not much relief however a slight breeze will come through after midnight and temperatures will drop to 74 degrees, only to start rising early on Saturday morning. You may want to stay by the po
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Ad agency Abra Marketing has produced a short (27-minute) documentary that will premiere in Santa Rosa on Saturday, July 20th The film features former martial arts Muay Thai world champion Jongsanan "Woodenman" who is currently the trainer for UFC Contender Gilbert Melendez. The film explores the spiritual aspects of t
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Redding police were looking early Friday morning for the occupants of a car who reportedly fired gunshots at another vehicle near Railroad Avenue and Grand View Way.
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In 1913: The management of the Victory Theater motion picture playhouse closed the theater until sometime in September, when a cooler climate would make theater-going more of a comfort than it was during the hot spells.
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The 11-12 year old East Redding Little League Baseball All-Stars took on Peach Bowl of Yuba City at Alta Mesa Field in the Section 2 championship game.
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A brief look at news from around the north state.
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Shasta County sheriff’s deputies are investigating as a possible hate crime what appears to be a deliberately set gas leak in Keswick that targeted a gay couple.
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Redding Police say they've nabbed two men in connection to a late night robbery of the Dutch Bros. coffee stand on S. Market Street.
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The California Highway Patrol is investigating a body found inside a truck on Platina Road this evening.
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The California Highway Patrol has identified a man found in an overturned pickup on Platina Road as a Hayfork man.
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The 11-12 year old East Redding Little League Baseball All-Star team faced Peach Bowl of Yuba City at 7 p.m. at Alta Mesa Field for the Section 2 Tournament championship.
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Turtle Bay Exploration Park seeks volunteers to assist with special events, in gift shop and in gardens.
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Benton Airpark was once a gold mine and Redding Municipal Airport has military roots. Dottie Smith shares these details and more about the area's airports.
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If you're into music, you'll find plenty to choose from this weekend, from early jazz, blues and a handbell concert.
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In dodging the "nuclear option", senators proved they can still govern, to a point.
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In the end, the case of two frightened men who met in the dark was a case of tragedy, not of race.
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We need to stop making excuses for the homeless, who are dragging down the quality of life in Redding.
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Lassen Volcanic National Park has received its first grant, enabling it to begin work on converting a campground at the park into a youth campground.
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The sales and marketing director the California health exchange addresssed an audience of business owners today in Redding.
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The unemployment rate in Shasta County in June went up to 10.6 percent.
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Mark Duenas is accused of killing his wife of nearly 33 years.
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Nearly 800 young swimmers and their families are in Redding this weekend to participate in Sierra Nevada Junior Olympic Swimming Championships at the Redding Aquatic Center through Sunday.
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Shasta High softball player Mia Camuso earned a national honor on Thursday.
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A brief look at business news from around the north state.
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Does the North State have a serial killer? After the third body in less than eight months was found near Yreka Creek, at least one criminology expert believes a murderer is likely on the loose in the area.
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A two-alarm fire early Thursday evening burned as much as half of a house on Washington Avenue, off Park Marina Drive just west of the Sacramento River in Redding.
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J. C. Taylor, Redding
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Caltrans road work on I-5 will close the North Street and Riverside Drive on- and offramps tonight.
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Redding Police investigators have identified the man who died in a firefight with Shasta County Sheriff's deputies Wednesday.
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Redding police quickly end standoff with a suspect at a home on the 2600 block of Sharon Avenue.
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Here's the link to mantonvalley.com. Part of the Tehama County Branding Project. Owned and managed by Bryant Media Group LLC....
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Blogger Marc Beauchamp sent me over this link to an LA Times article bubbling about the heady home price increases seen this month in SoCal. 28% year over year. Just like the days of yore. Below, a giddy infog
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Evidently, this foreclosure home includes a matching gray trashbin.
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Someone found a third body near Yreka Creek on Wednesday, leading officers to sweep the area today warning people to stay away from the place where three possible homicides have taken place in less than a year.
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A vegetation fire in the area of Highway 273 and White House Drive south of Redding burned about two to three acres, according to the California Department of Forestry and Fire Protection.
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Phoebe is one of my favorite Shasta County historical pioneers. She must have been wealthy when she arrived in Shasta County even though she was illiterate. She was born in approximately 1818 and arrived here possibly in 1854 when she...
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Shasta County sheriff's deputies are investigating a gas leak that happened in Keswick on Tuesday as a hate crime, saying at least one gay man lives at the home where it happened and the suspect also scrawled a homophobic slur on a car there.
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A vehicle crashed into a power pole in Cottonwood this morning in the area of Main Street and Trefoil Lane.
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California Highway Patrol officers responded to reports of a vehicle rollover early this morning in the area of Interstate 5 and Jelly's Ferry Road in Red Bluff.
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“Do you want to get up and start your day?”  Karin asks. It’s summer vacation, 7:16 am, and I don’t have to arise at any particular time. I think very carefully before saying anything to my wife. “It’s beautiful out there,” she says, looking out over the ocean, not waiting for an answer. “And
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Today will be hot, hot, hot. Triple digits are here to stay and will only be rising throughout the weekend. The National Weather Service predicts temperatures to reach 101 degrees today with a light and variable wind. Thursday night will be clear with a low around 71 degrees. There will be a 5 mph northwest wind in the even
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Young swimmers are descending on the Redding Aquatic Center for the Sierra Nevada Junior Olympic swimming championships.
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Two gentlemen who reside in the Keswick area have had their vehicle damaged with hateful words scratched on the hood. Their propane tank was disconnected, allowing for a potential explosion. The NorCal OUTreach Project, which strives for educating the community about LGBTQ+ persons who live and work in greater Nor
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Shasta College Registration is now open.  For the first time in two years it's offering Wedding Design and Special Occasions (AGEH-36 Section F0158 4500 classroom). The class is offered Monday evenings 5 p.m. -8:50 p.m. Classes start August 19. Instructor Darlene Montomgery will show how to make corsages, bridal bouque
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A few weeks ago Gary and I were talking in his kitchen when we heard a skittery sound behind the stove. Mice. Shortly thereafter, he found definite mouse leavings on the dryer. We heard more skitterings from time to time. And then one day he lifted up the sofa to find... a rat. A live rat. He pointed the rat ou
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When artist Debi Hammond’s kids graduated from high school in 2008, she dusted off her creative hat and began Creating Happy, her artistic outlet for design, artwork, greeting cards, books and other products. Her most recent addition to her empire of happy is “Have Fun, Take Care and Remember Shasta Lake,” a combinati
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As a sports bar, The Stadium Club at Big League Dreams provides a unique opportunity to watch live softball games on three fields, or televised sports on eight flat screens — or some combination of both.
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As the longtime director and founder of Kids Unlimited, Dawn Hess loves nothing more than to fill the Redding Civic Auditorium stage with singing and dancing kids, but there’s a lot more to the performing arts-based summer camp that culminates in a full-fledged stage production.
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On Yelp.com, it’s one of the top-rated restaurants in Redding, regularly pulling diners off Interstate 5, but you may have never heard of it — Zippy’s Korean Barbecue in west Redding, an unassuming place attached to a convenience store and a Chevron station at Placer and Pleasant streets.
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In 1913: A. U. Field, who has a smoke device for eliminating smelter fumes, asked that he might have the use of the rock crusher grounds and machinery for six months that he might test his appliance. His request was granted.
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The East Redding Little League Baseball All-Stars face off with Peach Bowl of Yuba City in the Section 2 Tournament championship series at 7 p.m.
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A carjacking occurred tonight at the Texaco gas station on South Bonnyview Road in Redding.
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A carjacking occurred late Wednesday night at the Texaco gas station on South Bonnyview Road in Redding.
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A man armed with a gun robbed the Dutch Bros. Coffee kiosk on South Market Street tonight in Redding.
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A man armed with a gun robbed the Dutch Bros. Coffee kiosk on South Market Street late Wednesday night in Redding.
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A brief look at news from around the north state.
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Roadwork is slowing traffic on Interstate 5 near the Riverside exit.
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Did you know adults can meet physical activity recommendations for better health by walking briskly for 30 minutes a day, at least five days a week? These bouts of physical activity can be broken into 10-minute segments -- such as walking during your break at work or walking 15 minutes of your commute each workday.
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Janis Meredith shares how parents can help kids grow when coaches cut them from team.
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One local senior stands out for his work helping others in care facilities.
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Perhaps Russia has the right idea to foil leakers: It's ordering up more typewriters. Take that, Internet.
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Roy Hutchings, Oak Run
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Wes Breese, Redding
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Swimmer's ear can put you in the deep end if not treated.
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Stan Little, Old Station
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Volunteers have begun work on a long-planned gazebo in Lake Redding Park
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Alex Landi, Mount Shasta
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A U.S. District Court judge denied Shasta County's request for attorney's fees in a lawsuit between Shingletown restaurant owner Reverge Anselmo and the county, according to a ruling filed today.
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Bob and Judi Arey, Redding
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Jeff Jones, Shingletown
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Karen Duenas was stabbed to death as she was lying in her bed, a crime scene expert testified today in the murder trial of the Cottonwood woman’s husband.
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On the outside, it may look like Turtle Bay Exploration Park’s ambitions for a hotel stayed afloat with Redding’s decision to seek a cash sale instead of a land swap with the McConnell Foundation.
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A public hearing was also pushed from the agenda afte commissioners worried it wasn't properly noticed.
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A brief look at business news from around the north state.
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Josh Barker ups the ante with this wild YouTube promo for a local listing. Take your Dramamine.......
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As this short YouTube video demonstrates. A luncheon with the wives of Simpson University's trustees....
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WASHINGTON — Did the system work? Was justice served? We like to think of those questions as identical. After all, the point of a criminal justice system is to dispense justice. But with the acquittal of George Zimmerman on charges of murdering Trayvon Martin, the system worked yet justice fell short. This outcome is simu
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In other action at the Redding City Council’s July 16 meeting, the council: Voted 3-2 to approve a three-year agreement with the Shasta County Arts Council to operate the city’s public access TV channels, which are carried by Charter cable.
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A U.S. District Court has ruled against awarding Shasta County attorney's fees in the lawsuit between the county and Shingletown restaurant owner Reverge Anselmo.
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A picture of the Bibimbab at Zippy's Korean Barbecue off Placer in west Redding. Read tomorrow's DATE....
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Trinity County Sheriff’s deputies say they found human remains in Junction City that may be from a missing man from Redding.
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The Shasta County Coroner's Office has identified the victim of an ATV crash in Burney last week.
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We have a new listing video for you to consider. Here’s a brief video tour: We kind of rushed the video production. This one looks like it will sell really fast. Wanted to finish it before it was sold!
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Redding has a fish ladder at the dam for Lake Redding that serves to divert water to the Anderson Cottonwood Irrigation canal. It allows salmon and other species get upstream when the dam is up. At the ladder are a few windows into their watery world.
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Interesting. We recall this last year as a failed short sale.
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A long standoff at an Anderson apartment complex ended today with the death of a suspect in a shootout with police.
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Redding City Council members sat up and took notice Tuesday night when speaker after speaker told them to take a seat when it comes to pursuing a sit-lie ordinance that would make it illegal to sit or lie on public sidewalks. “What part of freedom is not understood with this?” asked Joseph Greydanus. “Liberty is [...]
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Enjoy today while you can, for temperatures tomorrow and the next following days will be extremely hot, getting close to 110 degrees. Today will be the last day in the 90s for a while, according to the National Weather Service. Today will see a high of 94 degrees with an overnight low of 67. Light winds will be presen
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In 1913: At the meeting of the Redding city trustees, the complaint of the city marshal that there had been gambling in the Hotel Lorenz was taken up. There had been no written complaint filed in the matter, and it was only brought before the board in an informal way.
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Redding will not be pursuing a land swap with the McConnell Foundation.
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And we're talking way out of the ball park. An electrifying performance Tuesday evening. Here's a photo of the second homer hit by the 17-year-old, who plays for the California Warriors. Manny's his father's son, for sure. Too bad Colt...
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The East Redding 11-12 year old Little League All-Stars face Redwood Empire of Eureka at 7 p.m. in a Section 2 Tournament elimination game.
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Nearly 40 homes in a 10-block vicinity of Keswick have been evacuated after 500-gallon propane tank started leaking around 11 p.m. Tuesday in the area of North and Market streets.
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The Redding Colt 45s summer league baseball team faces off with the California Warriors.
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A brief look at news from around the north state.
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Rosemary Walnut ice cream? Try that and other ice cream and frozen dessert recipes.
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A brief look at news from around the north state.
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On the second day of testimony today at the trial of a Cottonwood man accused of killing his wife last year jurors heard a disputed 911 call he made to emergency dispatchers.
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A Shasta County supervisor got fed up with the county's chief probation officer today, accusing him of skewing facts to make programs for offenders look more successful than they are.
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The city of Redding spent the past year refurbishing the Diestelhorst Bridge, which was first completed in 1915.
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O Bliss, a sushi restaurant that also will feature California cuisine, will open in the former Maritime Seafood space in downtown Redding.
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Summer has been anything but slow for Nick Rivera and Truett Waldon.
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California's patchwork of marijuana laws and lack of effective regulation harm everyone and should be changed.
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Thomas Sowell reflects on the outcome of George Zimmerman's trial.
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We are a conservative region, and a lot of folks in the north state were already feeling fed up with government before the fire fee. And before the off-road vehicle debates. And before the federal management at Lassen Volcanic National Park let a fire get loose and threaten its neighbors.
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The fair won't be repaid the $2,200 it's owed after the demise of the Jukebox Music Festival.
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Karen Duenas was stabbed to death as she was lying in her bed, a crime scene expert testified today in the murder trial of the Cottonwood woman's husband.
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A Shasta County supervisor got fed up with the county's chief probation officer today, accusing him of skewing facts to make programs for offenders look more successful than they are.
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In one word: Tianguis. Over at Culinary Backstreets, Ben Herrera reports here. Excerpt: The tianguis, or street market, has been an essential part of Mexican culture since pre-Hispanic times. In Mexico City, every neighborhood has at least one weekly tianguis,...
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Redding will not be barring anyone from sitting or lying on city sidewalks any time soon.
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Become confident using Microsoft Word and utilize this program for all that it has to offer. This hands-on course will provide you with the basic concepts required to produce and manage professional business documents.
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He is the man on the right. He was a Redding native and a pilot who was killed while flying in the Pan-American Good Will Flight at Buenos Aires in 1917. Benton Airpark is named for him. His father purchased...
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This class will provide certification that will avoid fines as large as $37,500! Course is for firms that perform renovation activities on pre 1978 homes, individuals that perform renovation activities & currently certified Lead Abatement Supervisors and Workers. Initial training is 8 hours; refresher training is 4 hour
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The Fishing Report — April 19, 2013
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The Shasta Mosquito and Vector Control District reported today that a mosquito and bird in Shasta County have tested positive for West Nile virus.
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Evidently you’ll get the mine entrance, but we’re not sure about the shaft. Check it out.
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Three people were arrested Monday night following a pursuit of a stolen vehicle that reached speeds over 100 mph and included the driver going the wrong way on Interstate 5, police said.
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Temperatures in the north state will stay under 100 degrees today but will hit the triple digits in the next two days, the National Weather Service reports
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ANDERSON — Directors of the Shasta District Fair will hear an update today on the demise of a summer county musical festival last year and the annual report on June’s fair.
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It all comes down to this evening for East Redding.
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Officials with the U.S. Bureau of Reclamation got an earful of mostly negative comments and questions Tuesday on its proposal to raise the height of Shasta Dam.
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I saw my first illegal drug sale last week. In broad daylight. It took place on a downtown Redding bench outside the Yuba Street side of the historic Lorenz building.
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In 1913: It was confidently expected that in a few days an experimental plant, which would have for its purpose the elimination of the poisonous smoke fumes from smelters, would be established at some point not decided upon as yet, but close to Redding.
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The Redding Colt 45s summer baseball team takes on the California Warriors.
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Date: June 4, 2013 11:34:08 AM PDT To: fsullivan@ci.redding.ca.us Hi Francie, My Name is Sam Allen and I just moved my business called CAROUSEL to 1555 Yuba St. in the Lorenz Hotel where Morgan Kennedy Photo used to be. It is such a great location, but the beautiful seating areas are completely taken over by [...]
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Subject: Homeless on the streets in Redding Date: June 28, 2013 4:04:32 PM PDT To: rbosetti@ci.redding.ca.us Hello Mayor Bosetti. My name is Sam Allen and I have been a resident in Redding for about thirty years. I  opened a women's clothing store called CAROUSEL in Redding over a year ago on the corner of Calif. [...]
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A brief look at news from around the north state.
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The East Redding Little League 11-12 year old All-Stars hosted the Peach Bowl team from Yuba City in a Section 2 semifinal Monday at Alta Mesa Field.
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They were burning up the phone lines Monday night.
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Retrieved my ATT "The Real Yellow Pages" from the driveway just now and noticed this notice on page A1: "Beginning in July 2013, some directories delivered in California will not include residential white page listings." Instead it refers you to...
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This band has seen some miles but they can still rock those blues.
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The first six semifinalists were chosen this weekend in the Encore Entertainment's Singers Choice Awards countywide karaoke competition.
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Shasta County deputies have arrested the man thought to be the last suspect in a weekend shooting in Keswick, but now they say there are two others who have yet to be found. Meanwhile, suspects from another weekend shooting haven't been identified yet.
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Partnership HealthPlan, a nonprofit HMO based in Solano County, will open a regional office in Redding.
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His first trip to Yosemite National Park was the summer he turned 3. I have an old photo of a woolly-headed little boy, grinning ear to ear, standing in the river with his arms stretched wide as if to say, "Look! God made this place just for me!"
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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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Two juveniles found a man dead in an Anderson drain this morning. But officers still aren't sure how the man died there.
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Some local children and teens got their first day of lifeguard training at Whiskeytown Lake today as part of the park's annual junior lifeguard program.
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The pair of proposed initiatives would radically overhaul Trinity County's government.
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John Oertel, Redding
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Joe Bahlke, Red Bluff
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Roy Hutchings, Oak Run
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Irene Castro, Shingletown
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Tom Elias on the Democrats' retreat from "brave talk about fixing" Proposition 13, which may still truly be the third rail in state politics.
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Micheal Morton, French Gulch
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A New York investigation discovers what many may have expected: Life insurance companies have relied on a pattern of nonpayment to pad their earnings.
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Jack Williams, Redding
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Hate messages and symbols discovered on a section of the Dana to Downtown Trail left Shasta County residents troubled about the recurring vandalism to an area that serves as a welcome mat for Redding.
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A brief look at business news from around the north state.
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Redding's Colt 45s play the California Warriors at 7 o'clock this evening at Tiger Field. This is the sort of seat you can get for just five bucks....
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Q. What do you believe is the purpose of human life? The purpose of human life is to become truly human – because we only become truly human in a life referred to the God who perfects our humanity after first giving the model in His own image. It is as true, and a more classical statement, to say humanity is only realized
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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 pleaded no contest this afternoon in Shasta County Superior Court to three counts of felony assault.
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COLLECTING YOUR MONEY: through Mechnic's Liens, Stop Notices & Bonds
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A review of the Pacific Rim movie adaption.
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Bryant Media Group, a leading nationwide Internet marketing firm based in Red Bluff, California recently launched MantonValley.com as the first social business website in a series of Tehama County websites the firm plans to launch this year to stimulate local business growth initiatives.
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Cyndy Gordon, a 35-year veteran at Shasta Regional Medical Center in Redding, will become the hospital’s chief executive in September.
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Stop in here, at Wild Thyme. It’s a shop full of awesome. Check out their website, sign up for a newsletter, and befriend Wild Thyme on Fa
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Firefighters are being sent this afternoon to a reported vegetation fire south of Simpson University.
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An anonymous someone mailed me a copy of a country album by "Muscle" Russell Hunt, now a resident of a state facility in Tracy. Here's a link to it on CDBaby complete with samples and a description by the composer....
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Perhaps we'll know more tomorrow evening. From the Redding City Council's agenda: Closed session pursuant to California Government Code Section 54956.8: CONFERENCE WITH REAL PROPERTY NEGOTIATOR All or a portion of the City-owned property currently leased to Turtle Bay Exploration...
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ANDERSON — Police today found a man dead in a creek near the cross of North Street and Driftstone Drive.
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The man accused of shooting and trying to kill another man in Keswick on Saturday has been arrested, according to the Shasta County Jail website.
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Here’s a diminutive Shasta Lake City home with a detached garage.
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Anderson police officers found a stolen vehicle and some drugs on the man who allegedly had been driving it overnight, police said.
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Forecasters say it'll be another couple of days in the 90s in Redding.
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The East Redding Little League 11-12 All-Stars play in the semifinals of the Section 2 Tournament today at 4 p.m. at Alta Mesa Field.
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Shasta County residents who want to listen in on a telephone town hall meeting the state's fire fee are invited to gather today at the county Board of Supervisors chambers in Redding.
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SEOUL, South Korea — Asiana said Monday that it will sue a San Francisco TV station that damaged the airline's reputation by using bogus and racially offensive names for four pilots on a plane that crashed earlier this month in San Francisco.
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We’re busy. Lots going on. It’s easy to get on auto-pilot just to get through the day. The alarm goes off, we trudge to the kitchen turn on the coffee pot, and permit the day to begin. Or maybe we’re even too busy for that and stop at the drive-thru for that latte on the [...]
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Any doubt the East Redding Little League All-Stars had entering the Section 2 Tournament was dismissed in 20 minutes on Sunday.
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Shasta County sheriff’s officials are investigating a shooting in Whitmore earlier today.
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The Redding Colt 45s came up short Sunday in an 8-7 loss to the California Warriors in the Bay Area.
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Whatever 18 and a half extra feet of concrete on top of Shasta Dam mean to you, Tuesday's workshop is a time to be heard.
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California's trade, technology and tourism businesses all depend on the trust of foreigners, which the NSA's mass surveillance dramatically undermines.
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Neither member of Congress is lending support to proposed legislation to help military veterans and their families.
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Our arguments about politics fail to realize how lucky we are.
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With a red-light camera, where is the witness whom the Constitution says I have a right to be confronted with?
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Randall Stephens started FileLife a few years back in Southern California but has moved to Redding, where he hopes to grow the company.
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In 1913: A dynamite charge wrecked Balaklala’s huge smokestack. Large throngs were present to watch the work of destruction. An electric current set off simultaneously 92 charges of dynamite in the brick smokestack at Coram and in a few seconds all that was left was one huge pile of bricks almost at the base of the stack.
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Deputies say a Saturday night shooting in Keswick was drug-related. Meanwhile, the shooter is still on the loose.
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The photo says it all. Run-down buildings, bumpy dirt road, and a fully-loaded stagecoach. If you look close, you can see a bakery sign on the building to the left that is today the Blumb Bakery. Both buildings have been...
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Shasta County sheriff’s deputies said a man and a woman who were shot at in Kewsick Saturday evening were in the midst of a marijuana sale with their attackers, one of whom is still on the loose.
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Yes, This is for real. If not for the tragedy this would be really funny.  How stupid are these “News” people   San Francisco Bay Area station KTVU has apologized for airing fake and racially offensive names of the four pilots on Asiana Flight 214. Anchor Tori Campbell read the bogus names on air Friday, […]
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The East Redding Little League 11-12 All-Stars play in the Section 2 tournament at 4 p.m. today at Alta Mesa Field.
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Temperatures will rise into the upper 90s today, a trend that will stick around into midweek. Today's high will hover around 97 under sunny skies. Nighttime lows will be near 64 degrees. Monday will bring a high around 97 too and winds will pick up to around 9 mph. Monday's low will stick near 65. Tuesday will bring some re
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OROVILLE - North head coach Darren Trueblood knew he had a special group of players from the moment they showed up at camp.
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OROVILLE - Dunsmuir's Justin Declusin wasn't playing for his school or his community in the second 8-man Lions All-Star Football Game.
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In 1913: Because the broad sweep of the Sacramento River at the foot of Pine, East and Liberty streets was thought a sufficient barrier, little attention was paid to the brush fire that raged fiercely on the north side of the river. Under the force of a north wind the fire crossed the river and destroyed the two-story resid
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Shasta County sheriff’s deputies are searching for at least one suspect in the Saturday evening shooting of a man in Keswick.
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The Redding Colt 45s lost 4-0 to the California Warriors in a game in the Bay Area on Saturday.
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A roundup of north state news briefs.
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Volunteers went to south Shasta County on Saturday to dig up rocks to protect history.
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SANFORD, Fla. (AP) — The families of George Zimmerman and Trayvon Martin are reacting on Twitter after the former neighborhood watch volunteer was cleared of all charges in the fatal shooting of the unarmed black teen.
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Preview of the 36th annual Lions All-Star 11-Man Football Game at Harrison Stadium in Oroville at 8 p.m.
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Authorities are searching for a vehicle that led them on a chase up and down Interstate 5 this evening.
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The spark is more important than the arrangement of the kindling.
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Families need help before a loved one falls into a crisis. Laura's Law might be the answer.
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I think my two teenage boys know the fine line that defines romp and rape. But can I be absolutely sure? Parents need to commit to having some uncomfortable but essential conversations.
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Prayers for healing and treatment by medical professionals are not in conflict.
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Dan Burton and his family are expanding their coffee business to Redding.
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Elaine Edwards and John Kucera, both of Lakehead, were married on June 1, 2013, at their home. Judge William Davis officiated. The bride is the daughter of Jack and Janice Higgins of Waldport, Ore. She is a self-employed travel agent. The groom is a self-employed criminal defense attorney in Redding.
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Susan Wacker of Sutter and Aaron Forde of Covington, Ga., were married on May 11, 2013, at The White House in Redding. Jim Voll officiated. The bride is the daughter of Jane and Doug Wacker of Redding. She is a human resources manager at Target. She attended Santa Clara University. The groom is the son of Virginia and
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Q: I live in Redondo Beach and was told by the city to ask you what could be done about an infestation of the nuisance birds that are an absolute plague in our neighborhood. I have small children who are woken up by these vile creatures starting at 3 a.m. to around 8 a.m. Please get back to me and let me know what I can and
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These popscicle makers are flexible and make getting your frozen treat out of the mold easier.
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Jessica Skropanic provides tips on where to park, where to wait for passengers when flying out of Sacramento Airport.
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Be on the lookout for these possible portals to viral infections on Facebook.
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Mom wants low-down on appropriateness of short shorts and other revealing clothing.
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Sometimes she shares too much about family, Annette Osborne admits.
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Find out the tax benefits of charitable distributions from an IRA.
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Best to know your birds before blathering about them.
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Those who don't obtain health insurance by Jan. 1 face tax penalties.
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An estimated 9 million Americans have their identities stolen each year, according to a Federal Trade Commission estimate.It's imperative that you take stops to protect yourself and your information.
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Does Doug LaMalfa want to disarm Homeland Security or beef it up?
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A complete investigation would go back to the beginning to determine how the project more than quadrupled in cost and took two decades even to get to the point where it's not fit to be opened — regardless of who might be embarrassed.
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A 3-vehicle crash is snarling traffic in Redding, police say.
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Firefighters are heading to a vegetation fire between Anderson and Cottonwood this afternoon.
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A fire burned much of a motorhome this afternoon near the intersection of Viola Street and Highway 299.
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Paula Deen's fans are a piece of work.
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Police arrived to a vehicle rollover on South Bonnyview Drive this morning to learn that the driver fled from the scene, leaving two passengers behind.
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I received the following email (thanks Randy!) from retired Whitmore postmaster Randy Snider yesterday (who loves Whitmore history) and just had to share it: "Dottie. Just wanted to share a story about our CCC building in Whitmore. The actor, Raymond...
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Firefighters contained a fire this morning that was reported at 3656 Traverse Street in Redding.
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The building still stands on the northwest corner of Market and Tehama Streets in downtown Redding. The caption on the photo says "fire at Craddock Building" but apparently it is out because I don't see any smoke. What's interesting to...
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The California Highway Patrol responded to an area of Interstate 5 north of O’Brien rest area for reports of a vehicle hitting a bear.
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RED BLUFF - Police say a motorcyclist sped off when officers tried to pull him over, causing a late Friday night chase that reached 90 mph.
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Police arrested a Redding man Friday night after he allegedly broke into his ex-girlfriend's residence and vandalized her property.
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Here’s a newer Anderson foreclosure home listed at an aggressive price.
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More of our favorite summer flowers, some of my life long favorites - Geraniums. Enjoy this interview from In a North State Garden's "best of" archives. One of the first plants I remember knowing and loving as a child was a scented-leaf geranium. As little girls, my sisters and I were privileged to attend "fancy, [...]
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So often I am asked by Men and Women, "what can I do to feel more connected to God in my life and to feel more peaceful?" I often share my rule of life with others. It isn't that
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Redding will see bearable summer temperatures in the 90s this weekend, sure to stay below triple digits, the National Weather Service reports. Today will be sunny at 93 degrees with a southeast wind at 3 to 7 mph. Temperatures will cool down to a low of 65 degrees overnight, with a continuing light breeze. Sunday will have
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A San Francisco Bay Area TV station has apologized after reporting bogus names of the four pilots aboard Asiana Airlines flight 214 that were a play on Asian names.
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In 1913: A fire, which originated in a short circuit on the power line near the Horsetown dredger, swept down through Happy Valley to the vicinity of Gas Point, a distance of 13 miles, cutting a swath varying in width from half a mile to three miles. A high wind, strong enough that it blew down large trees, carried the flam
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Preview of the 36th annual Lions All-Star 11-Man Football Game at Harrison Stadium in Oroville at 8 p.m.
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Preview of the 2nd annual Lions All-Star 8-Man Football Game at 5 p.m. at Harrison Stadium in Oroville.
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Area roundup brings together local sports results and announcements.
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A brief look at news from around the north state.
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Temperatures will rise into the upper 90s this weekend with little wind to temper the heat. Today's high will hover around 96 under clear, sunny skies, according to the National Weather Service. At night, temperatures will fall to around 61. Sunday's temperatures will stick around a high of 97 before falling to around 67 at
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Two bicyclists on the rehabbed bridge this evening. The span was re-opened today. Click on image to enlarge for details....
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Redding police this evening are going to Churn Creek Road, just north of College View Drive, where numerous callers have reported seeing a naked woman jumping into traffic.
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Redding firefighters have kept a grass fire from getting bigger than a half-acre this evening.
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The Center for Biological Diversity proudly announces a court victory against the EPA, which had exempted "biogenic carbon dioxide" -- that is, the CO2 from biomass-burning power plants -- from certain air-quality regulations. This can't help the biomass-power industry. "Burning...
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Turtle Bay Exploration Park is preparing to part with 13 of its namesake reptiles reared at the park.
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Our congressman is quoted in the Washington Times: "University of California students can look forward to the same authoritarian management style Secretary Napolitano brought to the Department of Homeland Security, hardly a bastion of free speech and open government," said...
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Having a personal financial stake in public decisions -- not having friends -- is what makes a conflict of interest for an elected official.
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Redding’s Diestelhorst Bridge, built in 1914, has largely defied time and the miles, surprising the engineers and contractors who worked on its recent refurbishment.
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Kids are getting out of touch with nature, and that could endanger environment in future, author writes.
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Here are some easy ways to tell weather a plant should be planted in the sun or shade.
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This week Diane Black shares images of how her Redding garden has grown over the past year. =
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Q. Can you tell me when I should divide my iris?
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The city of Redding is to keen to give out raises while neglecting infrastructure.
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The spread of surveillance -- nominally for national security -- is a threat to political dissenters no matter the party.
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The Lions All-Star Football Game is everything the Pro Bowl should be.
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A petition south side residents threatened to submit this spring did not materialize, but Redding officials are hoping a federal grant will ease fears of those who’ve walked or traveled on Victor Avenue with trepidation .
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A brief look at business news from around the north state.
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Residents and officials are worried about impacts to traffic in the closest populated area to the dam.
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Ryan Paradis has used proceeds from the sale of livestock to give to the museum.
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Separate accidents involving ATVs killed one teen in Burney and caused major injuries to another man in Lakehead Thursday night.
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Hall bathrooms can be transformed from ho-hum to wow easily and for not a lot of money.
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What a screw-up at KTVU News. Read about it here. Or maybe this too is a joke. More at Matier & Ross here....
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49erfan guessed it correctly as the Craddock Building. The building still stands today directly to the west of the Crown Camera. Congratulations 49erfan! Thank you to everyone else for checking in and playing. And thank you to Ortega's Mexican Restaurant...
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Red Bluff police say a teenager was caught after he tried running from officers today.
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A federal grand jury indicted a man and a woman from Anderson today after authorities say the pair was managing a grow operation involving around 4,000 marijuana plants and a marijuana dispensary.
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Much has been in the news lately about the rise of interest rates and the effect it will have on the housing recovery. Local Realtors Josh Barker and Brad Garbutt told me a few weeks ago that the market has cooled a bit and attributed the spike in the rates as part of the reason. More homes for sale and ris
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Here’s a revealing chart about local housing trends in the greater Shasta County and Redding area. Median Listing Price versus Median Sale Price look to be on divergent paths. See chart to the upper right. Average
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Redding has a water based amusement park, Waterworks Park. Great place to be on a hot day like today. According to the Waterworks Park website, these are among their ri
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Check out the 1956 style pink kitchen in this Redding home west of the Sacramento River.
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Smithsonian's website, riffing on Smokey Bear's latest "cuddly" makeover, offers some examples of WWII-vintage fire-prevention posters. They really are, as the headline says, something else....
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This is downtown Redding. What is the name of the building on the left? Welcome to the History Mystery Photo Contest. If you're the first person to give the correct answer, you'll win a $10 gift certificate and an award...
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The Sundial Bridge and nature area is one jewel in Redding, California’s crown. From www.turtlebay.org: World renowned Spanish architect and engineer Santiago Calatrava conceived the Sundial Bridge’s unusual design, his first free-standing bridge in the United States.   At a cost of US$23,500,000, the Sundial Bridg
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An automated message was sent erroneously to subscribers last night alerting them they need to pay their bills. Please disregard the message if you've paid your bill.
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It gets so hot in Death Valley that you can fry an egg with sun power. That's what one Death Valley National Park employee did last week, when she took a frying pan to the pavement and posted the video online.
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Today will offer slightly cooler temperatures than often seen during a Redding summer; being sunny but with 93 degrees as a high, the National Weather Service reports.
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It isn’t easy being a human being, although I don’t recall my parents ever clueing me into this fact when I was a kid.  I guess it is one of those things you just figure out as you grow up. When I was young, I remember lying in bed at night secretly terrified, scaring the crap [...]
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The Redding Colt 45s summer league baseball team played a doubleheader in Alamaeda against the Neptune Beach Pearl on Thursday.
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A brief look at news from around the north state.
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Football in July always tastes a little sweeter.
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A 17-year-old Burney girl was killed after being thrown from an ATV on Thursday evening on a dirt road north of Highway 299 and east of Goose Valley Road, the California Highway Patrol said today.
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A second main runway would bring serious disruption -- and progress -- to the Redding Municipal Airport.
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The congressional Republicans need to focus their agenda and start with tax reform.
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Here's a real-world example of the mess urban campers leave behind.
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Music, art and plenty of plants on agenda for this weekend in the north state.
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We have a homeless problem because the wrong people are running the country.
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If California is split, who gets the golden half?
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If country dwellers owe a fire fee, who pays for city problems?
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Anderson started out as a dusty but self-sufficent town.
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Redding Library seeks volunteers to help around library.
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Caltrans will shut down Deschutes Road east of the Interstate 5 on ramp to continue work on a roundabout.
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Two men face 6 years in prison for badly beating a man last month.
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Two north state artists will be competing in the Pacific Flyway Wildlife Art Festival in Sacramento this weekend.
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Shasta County planning commissioners today tabled a use permit for a Redding-area winery to add a tasting room and other facilities after some neighborhood residents complained that it would bring too much traffic to their area.
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Mark Duenas' trial will resume Tuesday and could last into mid-August.
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House Republicans narrowly passed a scaled-down farm bill today that stripped out the food stamp program, appeasing its conservative wing while further alienating Democratic support.
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Due to federal budget cuts, the Shasta-Trinity National Forest reduced its spending on recreation programs by 78 percent this year.
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In 1913: The flour mill in Fall River Mills would be crowded to its utmost capacity this season on account of the burning of the Glenburn flour mill. The large grain warehouse of the Glenburn milling company was saved by the efforts of a bucket brigade.
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Anti-drug agents in Tehama County say they will seek criminal charges of selling and growing marijuana against an 82-year-old Corning man following a raid at a marijuana grow site today.
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COTTONWOOD - Authorities are investigating an oil spill off Interstate 5 in Tehama County this afternoon.
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Firefighters say a man is in custody after he allegedly started a vegetation fire that burned an acre beside Interstate 5 Saturday.
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Enterprise High and North Lions coach Darren Trueblood will run his shotgun spread offense in the All-Star Game Saturday, and has used this week as a crash course of learning and patience.
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E-mail just received from Brian Crane, Redding's public works director: Shea has moved somewhat quicker than anticipated. We will likely have the bridge open tomorrow night, in advance of the scheduled (July 25) ribbon cutting ceremony. They were ready, didn't...
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A brother and sister who were killed in a vehicle crash Tuesday in eastern Lake County have been identified as Gem Damayo, 8, and Dara Damayo, 9, of Shasta Lake, the CHP said.
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House Republicans narrowly passed a scaled-down farm bill today that stripped out the food stamp program, appeasing its conservative wing while further alienating Democratic support.
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WEAVERVILLE - A state worker on his lunch break found the car of a missing Eureka man who was last seen in Redding in May.
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Details and some photos here. (hat tip skip murphy)...
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A woman who says she and her children are homeless after a fire near Igo earlier this week lives in a transitional housing unit in Redding.
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Like all newspapers, it's shrinking. Newsprint's expensive. This picture tells the story over the past 60 years. In 1950, the front page was 16.5 inches wide. In 1963 it was 15 inches. By 2009 it was 12 inches. It's...
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I like the interesting juxtaposition of elements in this photo from Market Faire a few weeks back. Click to expand the image. Examine the components. Our Car Culture on Market Street, both background and
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Look what sort of home twelve million dollars will buy in nearby Cottonwood.
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Look what sort of home twelve million dollars will buy in nearby Cottonwood.
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Here’s a 1980 built 2226 sqft 3/2 Chalet on 5 acres of O Brien Mountain. Not a “Tahoe Style” price.
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Country music stars and fans joined together to urge prayers for Randy Travis overnight as he recovered from brain surgery following a stroke at a Texas hospital.
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An Anderson woman came out from watching a flick at Movies 14 Wednesday night to find the window of her vehicle smashed in and property stolen.
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Recently, my brother JD dragged me over to his computer with a grin on his face. “Check this out.” He pulled up a web page. “I think you can use this.” I looked at the ad on drugstore.com. It featured a small, flat white object that’s inserted into underwear. It was a fart filter. I narrowed [...]
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Redding will see a very slight drop in temperatures the rest of the week but will still be sunny and hot as expected by most, the National Weather Service reports. Today’s temperatures will be just below the triple digits with a high of 95 degrees. There will also be a calm wind heading southeast around 5 to 7 mph. Tonigh
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That's the Chico Enterprise-Record's take on the studies of enlarging Lake Shasta. Here's the tart intro: The federal government is seeking comments on whether it should raise Shasta Dam. Here's our comment, short and sweet: Quit wasting taxpayer money. Well-paid...
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The Redding Colt 45s get back on the field on the road against the Neptune Beach Pearl.
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Foreclosure filings in Shasta County were down again in June.
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Redding musician Kenji Kato came to the North State for the “wonderful churches, great Christian music and a lot of nature” for his kids. Since his arrival, he’s had his hands full as a drum instructor at Music Max in Palo Cedro, member of eight bands and drummer for the Bethel Worship team. This former New York and J
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Two Mount Shasta natives are coming home, and they’re bringing the thunder with them.
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Downtown Dogs, the hot dog cart in front of the post office on Yuba Street in Redding, is a great deal — for its patrons (the $5.75 “Meal Deal” consists of any hot dog, a bag of chips and a soda or bottled water) and for its owner, Randy Simpson, who says he’s got “one of the best jobs in Redding ... no boss, no e
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Talented area winemakers earned “Best of Show” awards at the 2013 Shasta District Fair in Anderson. In the Amateur category, Tim Araiza took home the prize for his Petite Syrah. In Amateur Kit Wines, Gary Venable won in the Port – Dessert Wines division. And in Commercial Wines, Dakaro Cellars of Whitmore won big in t
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In 1913: The house of John Lack, a rancher on Cow Creek, about 10 miles from Redding, was destroyed with all its contents by a fire of which the origin was a mystery, although it was presumed that a defective flue was the cause.
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I dislike posed family portraits, the sort you sign up for at Sears or at certain types of photography studios. I know they are very popular, but... people just look so weird. And unnatural. Like they're posing for death. But I have been pointed toward the creme de la creme of weird family portraits
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A brief look at news from around the north state
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Anti-drug agents say they've seized almost 32 pounds of methamphetamine in one of the largest busts in Shasta County history.
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Bracket Race Postponed! SUMMIT SUPER SERIES BRACKET RACE Saturday July 20 6pm Red lighted for extreme heat! Will try to make it up Aug 4 Next race: SUMMIT SUPER SERIES BRACKET RACE Saturday Aug 3 6pm SPECIAL EVENING RACE! If possible, make up race on Sunday AM for July 20 race
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Anderson police arrested a man following a standoff Wednesday evening at a home in the 3600 block of Webster Drive.
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The Lions All-Star Football North team has a plethora of hard-hitters and incredible players on defense. Here's how they're planning to defend the South on Saturday.
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The cost of sending protest ballots to utility ratepayers can seem absurd given the all-but-inevitable result, but the accountability is worth the price.
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A fallen politician and the tycoon he brought down are both propelling themselves into the headlines once again.
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The justifications given for banning lead bullets in hunting just don't make sense.
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Lake Shasta almost never fills up as it is, so how will a bigger lake store more water?
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Summer's scorching heat is no stranger in the north state, so be safe if you will be out in it.
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One family's journey illustrates the challenges of obsessive compulsive disorder.
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A look at business news from around the north state.
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Friendship provides necessary support for those with obsessive-compulsive disorder.
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Wish of a Lifetime helps seniors live their lifelong dreams.
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Derrick Adams explains how one weird treatment resolves common childhood skin infection.
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Research shows link between OCD and brain chemistry. One treatment being tested based on those findings shows promise.
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Let the Supreme Court know they are the enemy in our land. Not the ones from without!
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Dogs are beloved members of the family, and the police should use non-lethal means to deal with them.
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Police say firefighters rescued a convicted arsonist from a fire he started at a gas station he was burglarizing this morning.
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About the only people who will hurt over gay marriage are those who don’t mind their own business
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Shasta County saw a bigger drop in its incarcerated population per 100,000 residents than any other county in the state from June 2011 to June 2012, a new report shows.
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Redding Councilwoman Missy McArthur says she has no conflict of interest that would prevent her from participating from the dais on the land deal city negotiators and the McConnell Foundation are putting together to push through Turtle Bay Exploration Park’s hotel project.
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Mark Duenas faces 25 years to life in prison if found guilty of murdering his wife of nearly 33 years.
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Shasta County sheriff’s detectives today said they have arrested two men who robbed a bank in Palo Cedro.
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The family whose home was destroyed in Tuesday's Fiddlers Fire lost everything.
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Firefighters are at the scene of a vegetation fire in Anderson this afternoon.
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Technical problems that knocked the north state’s NBC, CBS and CW affiliates off the air Tuesday were resolved this afternoon.
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Two Shasta County children were killed and the driver of their car seriously injured in a Tuesday afternoon collision on Highway 20 in east Lake County, the CHP said.
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During the 1890s and 1890s big fruit orchards were almost everywhere in Anderson and the Balls Ferry area. The main crops were plums, peaches, strawberries and prunes. The trains would stop for about a half hour in Anderson while boxes...
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The city of Redding is getting multicultural in its invocations: Hindu mantras to open Redding City Council 1st time on July 16 Redding City Council, incorporated in 1887, will have its first Hindu opening prayer on July 16, containing verses...
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Yreka police are warning people not to go to Yreka Creek alone after the second homicide in less than a year apparently happened there.
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It was one Augustus V. Saph, Sr. From CH2M Hill's 2007 "Diestelhorst Bridge Preservation and Rehabilitation Plan": "Criterion C applies to this structure for its association with A.V. Saph, an important bridge designer; this bridge is considered an important example...
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The Anderson Valley Post reports: Kaleidoscope Coffee is expanding to Redding. According to co-owner Dan Burton, the business is doing well, and they wanted to have a coffee shop with a cafe setting. He added there will be a single...
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Here’s a foreclosure home in west Redding in the Starlight neighborhood off Buenaventura.
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Police say firefighters rescued a man from a fire that he himself started at a gas station he was burglarizing today.
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SHELBY TOWNSHIP, Mich. (AP) — A man driving an armor-plated military-type vehicle and firing what appeared to be a machine gun mounted on top caused a ripple of panic in suburban Detroit on the Fourth of July.
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Today will be sunny and hot, with temperatures just reaching the triple digits at 100 degrees, the National Weather Service reports.
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Frank Treadway's recent letter to the editor stirred up a fire-storm of conversation about Redding City Council member Missy McArthur's idea to ticket transients for sitting or standing in public space.
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A proposal for a new runway at Redding Municipal Airport faced scrutiny Tuesday from members of the region’s aviation community who question whether the city’s project to boost Redding’s commercial pilot school, IASCO Flight Training, comes at the expense of other programs.
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In 1913: Miner J.M. Tuttle limped a mile and a half using a broom for a crutch from the head of Motion Creek into Coram to seek medical help. Doctors discovered he was found to be suffering from a very acute attack of appendicitis. He was operated on but is not expected to recover.
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A few weeks ago I got a phone call from PG&E (for non-California residents, that's Pacific Gas & Electric, the same folks who brought us the San Bruno pipeline explosion), asking me about the power pole on my property. I had just woken up a
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Area roundup brings together local sports results and announcements.
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Dispute may have led to shooting
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Longtime Shasta High teacher and Paul Bunyon Rite Spot owner Lou Grush died Monday night at age 95. He was quite a guy and will be missed by many former students and his former colleague and best friend Paul Hughes....
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Bristling at California's liberal tilt makes splitting the state an attractive idea to conservatives --- but how do you get the liberals on board?
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Generations of blacks fought the white racism from which they suffered for so long. If many blacks themselves now think that most other blacks are racist, that is startling.
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Higher rates will only feed a slush fund.
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Until city curbs high pay and wasteful practices, I'll protest the utility rate increase.
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If Rome's Emperor Hadrian could build a border wall, what's stopping us?
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With the heat of summer comes the zingy taste of blueberries.
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A brief look at north state business news.
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Deshawn Young-Dabney will serve three years on probation but faces up to seven years in prison if unsuccessful.
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PRESCOTT VALLEY, Ariz. — On a day filled with speeches from dignitaries including the vice president, the words of the lone survivor of a fire crew overrun by flames resonated deepest in an arena packed with firefighters from around the nation.
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Jury selection continues Wednesday in the high-profile murder case.
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Some of the Lions All-Star North football players will be putting on cleats and pads for the last time in Oroville on Saturday. Here's their story.
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The new local psychiatric facility that Shasta County pays for certain mental health services is handing some of those back to the county. County officials say the switch was triggered by complications from the federal Affordable Care Act.
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Record Searchlight Facebook visitors weigh in on graffiti issue.
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Redding’s major thoroughfare for bike commuters and city residents on foot continues to be the target for persistent vandals.
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A fire destroyed a family’s home Tuesday afternoon as it exploded across 40 acres near Igo, firefighters said.
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Authorities say they have arrested two people in connection to the Tuesday afternoon robbery of a Palo Cedro bank.
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California Highway Patrol officers said they detained and released a man and a woman Tuesday in connection to the theft of a 1990 Honda Accord, which was recovered after its owner followed them into a dead end road.
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Firefighters this afternoon are heading to the Millville area for a reported vegetation fire on Dersch Road near Franciscan Way.
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Firefighters say reports of a blaze reported off Interstate 5 were unfounded this afternoon.
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Firefighters have contained a vegetation fire that broke out near Shingletown area.
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An original slave bill of sale, held in the permanent collection of the Tehama County Museum, recently underwent the process of archival preservation thanks to the generosity of Linda McCay, a Shasta College/Tehama Campus instructor.
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New Dlc for the Telltale version of The Walking Dead.
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A fun fighter taken from the Starz show Spartacus.
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Please help us find our little dog that went missing on Thursday July 4th. She is tan in color, about 9 lbs, has a mark on her stomach from being spayed, and responds to the name Trini.
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Fire crews contained a fire in the area of Fiddlers and Yolla Bolly roads wet of Redding this afternoon.
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For more than three years now, the Tehama Colusa Canal Authority has been petitioning the federal courts to put more teeth into California's "area of origin" laws, which theoretically protect the ability to use water with a particular water basin...
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Reports are compiled by Western Outdoor News. Call 800-290-2929. BEST BITES TRINITY RIVER — Salmon fishing improved a bit last week, and the salmon counts at the weir are increasing, indicating more fish are moving upstream. There aren’t a lot of fish yet, especially above Junction City, but if an angler is willing to m
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A recent news item in which President Bush praised President Obama for his counterterrorism strategy got me wondering what Redding progressive Doug Bennett thought, he being a founder of Citizens for Responsible Government, which took ads and campaigned against the...
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Today's letter to the editor advocating a canal from the Pacific Northwest's Columbia River down to the Pit River, to keep Lake Shasta topped up, might be extravagantly ambitious, but it's not one the author just pulled out of the...
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Photo by Shelly Shively of Redding.
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These retaining walls are made from the chunks of concrete that had been our old driveway. Gerety’s crew skillfully fits each chunk into place. Recycle. Re-use. Re-purpose. We like very much that our ugly old
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So this one isn’t a foreclosure. It’s a Probate Sale. A different kind of ‘distress’ sale.
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Today will be sunny and hot, with temperatures reaching a high of 100 degrees, the National Weather Service reports. Temperatures will be in the high 90s for the rest of the week.
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Our Founding Patriarchs understood the economically destructive and corrosive effects of foreign entanglements and war on freedom and democracy.1  President after president has warned about the special interests and the usurpation of power in our republic.2   Yet, we continue to ignore the costs of militarism
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As it should be this time of year, it will be hot today. The National Weather Service says to expect a high around 100.
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The Shasta County Sheriff's Office identified the man who who was allegedly shooting at buildings in the Jones Valley area this morning as 32-year-old Jesse Huddleston.
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In 1913: The county board of supervisors awarded the contract for a steel and concrete bridge across the north fork of Cottonwood creek at Gas Point to William Stephens. The contract price was $5,100.
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Area roundup brings together local sports results and announcements.
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A brief look at news from around the north state.
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Firefighters have knocked down a 2-acre blaze off North Market Street that burned trees and brush.
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There are many reasons to take the need for better management of fire-prone forests seriously, but they're all trivial next to the lives of firefighters who test the odds against bigger, hotter blazes.
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As oil interests eye the Montery Shale, it's worth asking if San Joaquin Valley water interests really want to replumb the Delta to serve farms -- or to sell water for fracking.
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Dividing California's wonders among two or three states is unthinkable.
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Without a new source of water, raising Shasta Dam is pointless.
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Filmmaker explores how north state residents relate to the water that flows through the region.
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A brief look at business news from around the north state.
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It's summer and that means it's time for camp. For many north state students that translates into a week at Whiskeytown.
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Kristopher Buchanan had threatened to kill himself before he was jailed. But the 28-year-old man was not on suicide watch when he was found dead inside his cell.
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What's happiness? More than your team winning the Series.
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A Redding-area winery is hoping to open a tasting room and related facilities that would be open to the public, adding to the growing list of destinations open to wine tourists in Shasta County.
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My family and friends know how I feel about tomatoes. They use it to lure me to visit.
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North state lawmakers stepped up their battle against California’s fire prevention fee bills soon to be arriving at the homes of residents living in rural areas.
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See who was at what recent north state event.
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Q. What is the shape and place of forgiveness in your faith? When we harbor thoughts of resentment and do not practice forgiveness, we cause suffering for ourselves. Thoughts of ill-will condition our minds for future suffering. Conversely, cultivating wholesome thoughts of forgiveness is conducive to future happiness. In t
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Rich Morgan is donating and building a rock fence at Parkville Cemetery just like the fences at his ranch on Wildcat and Ash Creek Roads. Lots of help is needed to pick up small rocks at his ranch to be...
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Nearly $11,000 in guns, ammunition and hunting accessories were stolen from the truck of a Los Molinos man over the weekend.
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Paramedics responded to a collision between two motorcycles and a vehicle this afternoon on Highway 44 near Millville Plains Road.
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The number of agents stationed there has already quintupled over the past two decades, while spending on enforcement is 15 times higher than in 1986, the last time Congress overhauled U.S. immigration policy. Border cities are among the safest in...
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Emergency crews responded this afternoon to a single-vehicle rollover wreck on northbound Interstate 5 near Riverside Avenue north of Anderson.
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Adam Hill, a San Luis Obispo County supervisor, lets slip the truth about Agenda 21 in an item published in that county's New Times. It is hard to remember now--conspiring takes its toll on the ol' noggin--but I think I...
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This seemingly absurd question came to the paper over the weekend from a resident of Palo Cedro, who writes: Is it true that Homeland Security made a "deal" in June with Russia for 15,000 troops to help with security at...
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Hey, former north state assemblyman Stan Statham is speaking tonight at the Redding Tea Party meeting -- presumably about his newly revived plan to divide California into multiple states. Am I wrong to think he couldn't have picked a group...
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We know investors and hedge funds are buying up distress sale houses, and that’s been driving down our local inventory here in Northern California. In turn the reduced inventory of Redding area homes for sale, is driving up prices on what is available. Here’s an interesting Bloomberg article forwarded to me from b
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Up, over and below our landmark and the Sacramento River -- from a DJI Phantom quadcopter with a GoPro camera mounted. Amazing video. Stunning views. Thank you, Patrick Vadnais....
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That's the punishment commenter "bcrocfer" suggests every time I allow regular correspondent Faylon M. Brunemeier to exceed the word limit for letters to the editor. On a practical level, many of your letters run well over the 200 word limit...
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The 2-year-old girl who drowned Friday night in a Happy Valley pool was identified today as Addison Clark, the Shasta County Coroner’s Office said.
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A 28-year-old Shasta County jail inmate man who died Saturday in an apparent suicide was the same man sheriff’s deputies said attempted to beat and kill his father last week, the Shasta County Coroner’s office said today.
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A Red Bluff teenager riding a motorcycle at speeds of nearly 100 miles per hour was chased down by police early this morning.
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Go ahead. We know you have questions. Redding based AskAnna offers answers. Answers to your cleaning and organizing questions and more. AskAnna has a sense of style that is really attractive. Check it out!
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Here’s a bank owned home on a big lot in Redding for an attention getting price.
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A 28-year-old Redding man was arrested Sunday after police said he assaulted a Walmart Supercenter security officer in the parking lot of the store off Rhonda Road in Anderson.
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Even before I moved to Redding, Marketfest was one of my favorite summertime rituals. Despite the event’s reputation, in the last few years, as a hangout for rowdy emo teens and an assorted cast of other characters, I was a fan. This year, Viva Downtown Redding, has turned Marketfest on its head and transformed the [...]
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National Weather Service forecasters say today, as well as the next few days, will be in the upper 90s. The high will be about 97 degrees, forecasters said. At night, temperatures will fall to about 71 degrees. Tuesday and Wednesday will be similar, and temperatures will cool slightly to the mid-90s for the end of the week.
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SANFORD, Fla. — Trayvon Martin's fatal shooting garnered worldwide attention when the man who fatally shot him wasn't arrested for weeks — a backlash fueled largely by social media. Now, social media sites such as Twitter and Facebook have permeated George Zimmerman's trial both inside and outside the courtroom.
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As I mentioned, it was 116/47 here last week, which is just hot. Not just hot, but damn hot. And the thing is - it could get hotter. I spent two or three days continuously aware that I was soaking in sweat (I do not have central air conditioning, but a swamp cooler, and there is a reason they're called swam
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1913: Mrs. Mary McArthur, widow of Archibald, wins her suit against relatives Scott, Roderick, Catherine and the John McArthur Company. The decision gives Mrs. McArthur control of 72 shares of stock in the John McArthur Company, and also the custody of two minor children.
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Seasons come and go. People come and go. Feelings do the same, as do heat waves.
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The Redding Colt 45s won their final league game of the season by beating the San Francisco Seals 13-2 on 17 hits. Jonathan Ruiz was 3 for 5 with 4 RBIs, Jordan Desguin was 4 for 4 with 2 RBIs, Kevin Defillippis 3 for 5 with an RBI and Gage Matuszak and Ariel Sanchez both went 2 for 4 with RBIs each. Scott Avery through eig
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These are the bathing tents in the Sacramento River at the Diestelhorst Auto Camp. The floating tents were later abandoned when the Diestelhorst's built dressing rooms at the auto camp. The camp operated from 1915 until just prior to the...
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A 93-year-old Redding man escaped from his home today after the garage caught on fire while he was napping.
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The ousted Egyptian president could not bring economic growth or stop corruption -- but did bring an increasingly Islamic flavor to government.
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The attacks on the new Common Core standards in public education are based in ignorant demagoguery.
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What do you think is more devastating? A $390 red light ticket fine or the loss of one's life as you sail through the red light?
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It is ironic that the party that once decried affirmative action now embraces its principles and strategies.
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Don't like the red-light ticket? Thank the camera for giving you a valuable lesson.
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Passengers in plane crashes today, such as the one in San Francisco involving Asiana Airlines Flight 214, are more likely to survive than in past disasters.
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BALTIMORE — Alberta Hough struggles to feed herself a snack, her arms shaking badly from Parkinson's disease. Days earlier, the 84-year-old fell while eating, sliding off her kitchen chair.
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A space occupied for a short time by a marijuana collective, will soon be home to a family-run food market that sells locally sourced products.
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Medics this afternoon are transporting an adult woman to a local hospital after she was thrown from a horse at the Anderson River Park.
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WASHINGTON (AP) — An aviation safety official says accident investigators are looking into what role the shutdown of a key navigational aid may have played in the San Francisco plane crash.
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Red Bluff police said some Tehama County deputies caught a man in the midst of an assault near a Taco Bell Saturday evening.
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On nearly an acre of land in the heart of charming French Gulch. Includes income property. Here's a link to the ad on Craigslist. ht/bw...
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The daily highs will flirt with the triple digits early this week, according to the National Weather Service. Today's high will hover around 97 degrees under sunny skies. At night, temperatures will fall to a low of 70. Monday will bring another high near 97, while Tuesday will bring a high of about 98 degrees.
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In 1913: Frank Leland, the new general manager of the Balaklala mine and smelter at Coram, was on his way to Coram to put machinery in order and protect the property as much as possible against further deterioration. The big smoke stack would most likely be wrecked in a few weeks.
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People on both sides of the hunting debate have strong opinions on whether non-lead bullets should be banned in California.
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A roundup of north state news briefs.
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Dear Babe: I have 27 unopened packs and two opened packs of Sunoco football stamps. The numbers on my opened packs do not match the numbers on the guides and some stamps have the same number. Why?
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Courtesy of Mercy Medical Center, Redding
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The East Redding 11-12- year-old Little League All-Stars won their District 1 championship game over West Redding on Saturday and are heading to the section playoffs.
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Shasta County sheriff's deputies are heading to the Fall River Mills area after receiving reports of a man pointing a pistol at vehicles on Highway 299.
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Some 500 people came by the grand opening of a program today that focuses on providing aid to veterans of post 9/11 conflicts and their loved ones.
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The retired chief of the Shasta-Trinity drew a lot of fire over the years, but many of the public's beefs were with national policies.
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Good-bye and good riddance to Proposition 8.
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We need to stop enabling the homeless who are dragging down Redding's quality of life.
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Can policy-makers do anything to help long-term employment in the "temp" economy?
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Kristin Strack and Levi Gonzalez, both of Redding, are engaged to be married on May 31, 2014, at a private residence in Millville. The bride-elect is the daughter of Guy and Lynn Strack of Redding. She graduated from Shasta High School in 2005, and from the Shasta College dental hygiene program in 2010. She works as a regis
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Note to readers: This week the Record Searchlight introduces a new column, Insurance Insights, by Margaret Beck. She is a longtime insurance broker in Redding, and she will address a variety of provisions with the Affordable Care Act.
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Vacations don't have to mean weight gain. One way to get exercise and fresh air while on vacation is to take your bike.
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Despite compliments and effort, tomatoes, squash refues to bear fruit.
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Adults turn dinner conversation around to include adventure-seeking son.
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Think twice before creating a Uniform Transfers to Minors Act (UTMA) account.
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New reusable shopping bag holds shape and more versatile than others.
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Heat, water and sand pose dangers to your devices. Here's how to protect them.
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Jack's Grill is celebrating its 75th anniversary and the owners want to know more about the landmark steakhouse.
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In 1913: A fire damaged Red Bluff's racing pavilion. A fire discovered on the old race track grounds in Antelope Valley resulted in a loss of property amounting to several thousand dollars.
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Carrie Wilson addresses taking lizard and defining multi-day fishing trips.
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Smokers seem to forget that Mercy Medical Center is smoke-free.
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The question was asked, "So what are we to believe in?" The answer could be in the statement, "We are to love others as we love ourselves."
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We need a jail facility like Maricopa County down in Arizona.
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Obama's words to Egypt echo back here at home.
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It's their duty to uphold California law, so how do the governor and attorney general get away with letting Proposition 8 drop?
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A vegetation fire is burning near the shoulder of Interstate 5 near the Mountain Gate exit.
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Andrea Williams of Redding would like to see more women become pilots like her. She very generously invited my visiting teenage daughter to join her on a flight over Redding in her Piper Cherokee Warrior (above). It was the...
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A 28-year-old Shasta County jail inmate died today after he hung himself in his cell, Redding police said.
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A 2-year-old girl found drowning in a pool in Happy Valley has died, say deputies with the Shasta County Sheriff's Office.
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Yesterday's mystery photo was the Pollock Bridge at Lakehead that hides beneath the waters of Shasta Lake when the lake is high (might be beginning to show now though). These two bridges are the same bridge. When the water...
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Police say they've nabbed a second suspect in a home-invasion robbery after they found him standing in front of Walmart.
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RED BLUFF - Police say they caught a parolee who burglarized a newspaper office in Red Bluff, thanks in part to their police dog, Many.
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Here’s a bank owned Victorian in Weaverville, Trinity County for about $100 per sqft. “Historic Victorian in the heart of downtown Weaverville.Classic charm with old worl
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As summer moves into full swing, with temperatures over 100 for many sweltering days at a time, the gardener is profoundly grateful for those plants and flowers that (with a little water) can stand up to heat and refresh us just by virtue of their cheerful faces. Dahlia's rank high for me this time of [...]
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Temperatures will fall into the 90s this weekend before rebounding up into the triple digits, according to the National Weather Service. Today will bring a high near 94 under sunny skies. At night, temperatures will fall to around 69. Sunday will bring a high in downtown Redding of around 97. Temperatures will hit their hig
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Veterans from post-9/11 conflicts will get a chance to browse aid from the community in Redding today.
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So we got home this morning from our two days away from the heat, and I had two voice mail messages. One is from a friend whom sloanepeterson5 house-sat for while she was away. She wanted to
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The DUI and driver's license checkpoint was conducted by the Shasta County Avoid the Six DUI Task Force at an unannounced location.
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Just received this e-mail from Paul Hughes: Lou Grush, a retired Shasta High School American History teacher has recently been hospitalized with serious heart problems. Last November he was the subject of a column by former student Marc Beauchamp who...
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On 07-05-13 at approximately 8:45 p.m., Sheriff’s Office personnel responded to Cloverdale Road in Anderson to assist medical on a possible drowning. Upon arrival, it was ascertained that family members found a two-year-old female unresponsive in an above-ground pool. CPR was immediately started by family member
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The West Redding 11-12 year-old boys Little League All-Stars earned a come-from-behind victory Friday in defeating Red Bluff 6-4 at Volonte Park in Anderson.
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Redding firefighters extinguished a vehicle fire in the 200 block of Boulder Creek Drive tonight.
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After a long blog silence, my nephew Joe updated his blog detailing his Pacific Crest Trail adventures. He is moving into the central part of California, and I hope to be able to meet up with him & his fellow hikers very soon and bring them all kinds of awesome food & drink. Read it
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A brief look at news from around the north state.
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Paramedics were attempting to resuscitate a 2-year-old girl after family members found her in a pool at a home in the 15800 block of Cloverdale Road in Happy Valley this evening, the Shasta County Sheriff's Office reported.
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A letter writer asked that question in today's paper. And the answer is that multiple studies have shown lead bullets fragment and spread considerably farther into a game carcass than most might think possible -- and this isn't just loaded...
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Workers who had been sitting out the recession are coming back into the job market.
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A visit to a high school class restores my optimism about kids' prospects. Now if we could just lure these bright young people back to Redding.
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Why did God destroy Sodom? Because its residents failed to help the poor.
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Running lights is dangerous and tickets should sting so you stop doing it.
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A brief look at business news from around the north state.
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A Redding woman accused of kidnapping a sleeping 6-month-old baby from a Cedars Road mobile home last month said she did not mean to abduct the child.
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Fourth of July fireworks sparked at least five blazes in Shasta and Tehama counties Thursday night, causing heavy damage to a Redding office building and burning near attendees at fireworks shows in Redding and Red Bluff.
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Q. I've noticed quite a few ants crawling around on my vegetables. Should I be concerned?
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Rhododendrons are widely cultivated and well known members of the heath family (Ericaceae), an important family commercially for a number of popular ornamentals, and for blueberries and cranberries.
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Maggie P. who lives in east Redding, sends in a photo of two century plants in full bloom in her back yard.
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In 1913: Redding spoke in no uncertain terms regarding the proposal to issue bonds to build a bridge across the Sacramento River at Reid's Ferry. This city was now practically sure of being on the route of the new state highway.
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There are five justices on our Supreme Court, as well as millions of other Americans who support the court's recent decision, who will some day have to stand before that God.
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LaMalfa should fight farm-subsidy fraud and abuse too.
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This country, once colonized by Europeans, has effectively turned the tables now, by colonizing and controlling Europe.
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Three men were arraigned today in Shasta County Superior Court in connection with instigating a wild jailhouse brawl that injured four black inmates.
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The valley will get a break from the heat wave over the weekend, but temperatures will begin creeping back up into the triple digits early next week, according to the National Weather Service.
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Don't believe lead is a poison? Try swallowing some every day for a year.
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The South County Sun Devils blue American Legion baseball team faces Colusa in the Firecracker Classic semifinals in Redding.
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A suspended Redding priest today pleaded no contest to molesting a teenage girl.
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The first person to guess knew the answer. The bridge is Pollock Bridge that pokes out of the water when the water gets low on Shasta Lake. Congratulations to winner AncientOne who has won herself a $25 gift certificate at...
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What an amazing adventure the last three years have been. Never, when I decided to move to Egypt, would I have imagined I’d be living through history being made, or that my eyes would be opened to so many truths, lies and misconceptions that I had held for many years of my life.
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The East Redding 10-11 year-old boys Little League All-Stars defeated West Redding 15-2 in four innings Thursday in the District 1 tournament in Yreka.
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Recently we learned that Redding City Council member Missy McArthur will be bringing a proposal before her council colleagues to discuss an eventual ordinance that would ticket and fine those who 'Sit and Lie' on sidewalks in the City of Redding. This apparently stems from the record number of homeless in the City who are [
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A Redding man has pleaded guilty to a string of home burglaries in a deal that would see him serve 25 years in prison, the Shasta County District Attorney's Office reported today.
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Ah, to be young and fearless -- with a cool water-proof HD video camera.......
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Redding police on Thursday arrested one person and are seeking two others in connection with a home-invasion robbery, investigators said.
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A suspended Redding priest pleaded no contest today to molesting a teenage girl.
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East Bay cities are, not so surprisingly, taking a different tack as the federal government tries to shut down prominent Prop. 215 collectives. From the L.A. Times: OAKLAND -- Two Bay Area cities' battle to preserve access to medical marijuana...
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What is the official name of this bridge? Welcome to the History Mystery Photo Contest. If you're the first person to give the correct answer, you'll win a $25 gift certificate from Jack's Grill and an award certificate with your...
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Some have likened history to a train. We board the train when we are born and depart when we die. But the train has been in motion long before we board and will continue its journey long after we leave.
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Weather forced the cancellation of a fireworks display Thursday night at Red Bluff River Park after a small fire there, firefighters reported.
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Scott at Sleakphotography is an amazing photographer. You can tell he puts a lot of effort and skill into his images, so visit his website for more. Here’s a video he posted from last night’s 4th of July celebration in Redding. Our city’s annual free fireworks display, c
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Tehama County sheriff's deputies are seeking information on the theft of aluminum pipe from an orchard in Gerber, they said today.
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At least one person is being taken to a hospital with major injuries after a pickup hit a tree on Highway 36 east of Red Bluff, the California Highway Patrol reported today.
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The National Association of REALTORS adopted our Code of Ethics 100 years ago this year. Our brokerage lives and works by the Code, and we are proud of it. Here’s a video of the history of our Code. It goes on a bit long, but you can learn why the Code o
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Here’s an aggressively priced home in the Winchester Manor neighborhood.
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Law enforcement authorities tonight will conduct a sobriety checkpoint in Redding.
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Today will be sToday will be sunny and hot, but with a high of only about 99 degrees, the National Weather Service reports.
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SIMI VALLEY (AP) — More than two dozen people were injured when a wood platform holding live fireworks tipped over, sending the pyrotechnics into a crowd at an annual 4th of July show northwest of Los Angeles, authorities said Friday.
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The smoke had barely settled after Redding's public fireworks display when an office building at 1212 South St. became engulfed in flames, allegedly from teens' fireworks. Flames could be seen shooting from vent openings and bursting through the building's roof as multiple firefighters battled the blaze. A cr
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A two-alarm fire late Thursday heavily damaged a building at 1212 South St. in Redding.
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Redding fire crews extinguished a small fire tonight that broke out near Turtle Bay Exploration Park while the fireworks show was taking place outside the Redding Civic Auditorium.
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A roundup of news from the north state.
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It might be easier for hunters to trust the motives behind a proposed lead-bullet ban if it weren't part of a full-spectrum push to make gun ownership more costly and cumbersome.
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While the president fights a war on American coal, China and India will forge ahead and more than undo any costly progress we might make in curbing greenhouse gases.
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I can't afford the painful cost of a ticket, so I'm doing community service at $6 an hour. That's below minimum wage. They won't let me work off the court fees. Who makes these decisions?
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Where's the evidence behind these statements from the assemblyman pushing to ban hunting with lead bullets?
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American Cancer Society seeks drivers and office staff.
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I'm just glad the kids can enjoy this heat/humid spell that us adults are dying over. Oh to be a kid again!
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A German community's legacy remains with water ditch and cemetery.
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Those castigating Paul Deen hardly occupy the moral high ground.
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I hate to think of what this world and specifically our country is going to be for my grandchildren.
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Two-month long karaoke tournament to find the best karaoke singer in Shasta County starts next week.
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Burney Basin Days and musical events on tap for this weekend.
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The trial of a Cottonwood man accused of murdering his wife at the couple’s home last May will begin Tuesday in one of the most high-profile cases in recent local memory.
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The Northern California Veterans Museum and Heritage Center will kick off its Homeward Bound program for post-9/11 veterans on Saturday, and the public is welcome to celebrate with a free barbecue and dedication of a new monument.
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Lakehead residents fear raising the height of Shasta Dam would hurt their community.
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If you woke up this morning feeling sticky or like you had no relief from the hot weather, that’s because you really didn’t.
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Like all those north state residents sheltered inside their homes with the air conditioner on high this Independence Day, Bill and Kathey Ellis debated whether they should wait for the sun to go down to get to the Freedom Festival.
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In 1913: A Grand Ball was scheduled for that day at the Tower House. Good music, dancing and a chicken supper were planned. Cost was $2 per couple.
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Like all those north state residents sheltered insider their homes with the air conditioner on high this Independence Day, Bill and Kathey Ellis debated whether they should wait for the sun to go down to get to the Freedom Festival.
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A sport-utility vehicle on the southbound Interstate 5 on-ramp at Deschutes Road caught fire.
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Traffic on southbound Interstate 5 just north of the Pit River Bridge is moving again following a big-rig fire this afternoon.
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Authorities on Friday night will conduct a sobriety checkpoint in Redding.
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  I saw it sitting on a corner lot, a little Hobie Cat with a “For Sale” signed tacked to it. Sailing…. What A GREAT IDEA. A simple, elegant sport, fun for the entire family and SO MUCH CHEAPER than wakeboarding! I just KNEW that they’d share my enthusiasm. That evening I gathered them at the dinner [
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Lightning from the thunderstorms passing outside of Redding have sparked numerous fires.
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IN CONGRESS, July 4, 1776. The unanimous Declaration of the thirteen united States of America, When in the Course of human events, it becomes necessary for one people to dissolve the political bands which have connected them with another,...
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Not everybody loves the 4th of July. Just ask your family dog or cat for their 2 cents, and this is likely what you’ll get: Panting Drooling Pacing Hiding Decreased appetite Abnormal urination & defecation Dilated pupils Excessive grooming Howling According to the ASPCA, the signs of acute canine and feline stress and
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The Fourth of July today will be mostly sunny and hot in the Redding area with a high near 110, the National Weather Service says.
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Baseball will be played today at Tiger Field in Redding.
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NEW YORK (AP) — An environmental group said Wednesday that the caramel coloring used in Pepsi still contains a worrisome level of a carcinogen, even after the drink maker said it would change its formula.
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California is packed with small, excellent vineyards making fabulous wines that most people will never know about. That’s where The Grape Escape comes in.
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Celebrating our nation’s independence is not a middling affair in the north state, as evident by the three days of parades, fireworks, picnics and live music that celebrants can choose from.
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Hadn’t been to Kampai Sushi, just off Lake Boulevard in north Redding, since its recent expansion and almost didn’t recognize the place.
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Cottonwood artist and writer Judi Forney came to the north state in 2005 to focus on creating and marketing her art. She had to set her plans aside to care for her father who began his journey into dementia. She recently completed "Dances with Dementia," a compilation of stories about her dad during this period of their liv
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A brief look at news from around the north state.
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The city of Anderson kicked off its Fourth of July celebration a day early this evening with Anderson Explodes!, a festival featuring fireworks, music, auto racing and a barbecue put on by local 4-H and FFA clubs at the Shasta District Fair grounds.
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A two-vehicle crash has been reported on Canyon Road at Highway 273.
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Winds moving through the area this evening have knocked down power lines.
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Tuesday’s record heat kept Cherie Firestone in her motel room during the day.
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The American Revolution was sparked in part by the Founders desire to make their own laws. What would Jefferson have said about secret legal interpretations and court rulings that throw hurdles in front of self-government?
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Over 30 years, gay marriage has shifted from a law student's wild idea to the law of the land.
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Don't forget farmers markets this summer for a healthy diet.
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In 1913: A Grand Ball was scheduled for that day at the Tower House. Good music, dancing and a chicken supper were planned. Cost was $2 per couple.
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The Shasta Lake Bass Firecracker Classic American Legion Baseball tourney begins Thursday and extends through Saturday at Big League Dreams and Wynne Price Field.
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The ideal that drew this immigrant is universal freedom and equality -- not prejudice and hyphenated Americanism.
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A look at business news from around the north state.
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There comes a time when the mirror reveals unwanted spots, wrinkles, sagging skin, graying and thinning hair. How you respond can bring happiness or despair.
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Here’s a list of what’s open and closed Thursday in observance of the Fourth of July:
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A former Redding bookkeeper sentenced in 2008 to nine months in jail for embezzling $14,000 from her employer was sentenced Wednesday to another year in jail for second-degree burglary.
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After a year on the job, Anderson Police Chief Michael Johnson will soon leave to become chief of the Eureka Police Department, where he once worked as a patrolman and a sergeant.
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A group based in Alameda bought the Holiday Inn in Redding for just under $9 million.
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After another day of excessive heat, the skies are turning gray.
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The temporary restraining order will allow miners to continue to use suction dredges.
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Fireworks are illegal in Shasta County, but not in Tehama County. Here are some safety tips from Cal Fire for those who are allowed to use them.
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A 20-year-old man was being taken to a local hospital today after he was hit by a car in the area of Buenaventura Boulevard and Railroad Avenue.
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Tuesday’s thunderstorms touched off small fires in the north state.
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SHASTA COUNTY— Due to the excessive heat warning that remains in effect for most of Shasta County cooling centers will be available on July Fourth. These centers will be open 2 pm to 7 pm, staffed by Health and Human Services and American Red Cross personnel.   Redding o        The
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Redding officials are urging residents to limit water usage today while city crews work to bring the Foothill Water Treatment Plant fully online after a power outage today.
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Pacific Gas & Electric Co. is nearly tripling flows on the Pit River in eastern Shasta County after a forced outage the Pit 5 powerhouse, the company reported.
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The mighty Pit River was first spelled as Pitt and named for the deep and dangerous hidden pits dug along its banks to trap enemies and animals by the Achomawi Indian women. For concealment, the dirt was carried away in...
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A woman sustained minor injuries after her vehicle rolled onto its side at Dana Drive and Friendly Road near Costco in Redding.
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After serving a year, Anderson Police Chief Michael Johnson will soon leave to become chief of the Eureka Police Department.
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A 25-year-old man was indicted this morning by a federal grand jury for growing thousands of marijuana plants on public land in Trinity County.
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The Fourth of July is one of the busiest days of the year at Whiskeytown National Recreation Area. Most popular park areas will fill up quickly with park visitors and parking will be limited. The use or possession of fireworks is prohibited at Whiskeytown National Recreation Area. The Brandy Creek Beach is a very popular [.
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A suspended Redding priest charged with seven felony counts of child molestation lost his bid today to try to block statements he allegedly made to a Sacramento diocese official and a private investigator.
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Redding Fire Department (RFD) is urging City residents to be extra careful during a Fourth ofJuly holiday that will be marked by extreme heat and humidity and high fire danger. The first half ofthe year has been one ofthe driest in the area in the past 50 years, with fuel moisture levels like those normally [...]
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Former Redding.com weather guru Scott Mobley offers some perspective from his new perch in Portland: This is Redding's worst heat wave since 2006. That summer produced two periods of hot, humid weather, with temps peaking at 117 on June 25th...
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Dan Walters of the Bee suggests as much in his update on new legislative "Principles for Developing a Water Bond" that an Assembly committee discussed yesterday. The Legislature already passed a water bond in 2009, but it's widely seen as...
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The river was first spelled as Pitt. Named for the deep and dangerous hidden pits dug along its banks to trap enemies and animals by the Achomawi Indian women. For concealment, the dirt was carried away in baskets, emptied in...
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A 28-year-old man was arrested this morning after sheriff’s deputies said he broke into his father’s home, beat and tried to kill him, including bashing him over the head with a glass coffee pot.
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Looking for some privacy in the woods of far northern California? Here’s a property that may appeal to any of you who have come here to enjoy our beautiful Lake Shasta, with its 370 miles of
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  I received this email from the ACLJ Please read it and check out their site, if you already have not,   Could the Muslim Brotherhood’s days be numbered? The Egyptian military just declared that it might step in to depose the Muslim Brotherhood and protect Egyptians from Muslim Brotherhood violence. But within
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I've had some pretty memorable 4th of July moments. There was the meaningful Bicentennial Celebration of 1976. I was 9, and people were handing out two dollar bills all over the place. Then there was the coolest 4th of July ... the time I watched the Redding fireworks in typical 110-degree heat from a lounge [...]
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Get ready for tonight’s fireworks in Anderson and some traffic changes in the area surrounding the Shasta District Fair Grounds.
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Today will be sunny and hot, with a high near 110, with a 30 percent chance of showers and thunderstorms after 11 a.m., the National Weather service reports.
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In 1913: Richard Epton, a paralytic from Red Bluff, wheeled himself in a wheelchair weighted by a large stone, into the Sacramento River and was drowned.
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The West Redding 10-11 year old Little League All-Star baseball team came back to beat Red Bluff 5-4 in dramatic fashion Tuesday, in the District 1 tournament in Yreka.
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A brief look at news from around the north state.
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Emergency crews have located at least two people who are stranded tonight after their raft flipped over in the Sacramento River.
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We're temporarily escaping the heat (it was 116/47 today) so I won't be around to wish you a happy Independence Day on the 4th. So have a great day and stay safe and cool. What is this land America, so many travel there I'm going now while I'm still young –– my darling meet me there
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Experts say California suffers rotten numbers because of police budget cuts that have eaten away at agencies' ability to dedicate investigators to auto theft. Sound familiar?
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At least as far back as the 18th century, the left has struggled to avoid facing the plain fact of evil.
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Jail officers and prosecutors believe 11 men jumped four others in a racially motivated attack.
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The Shasta County Elections Office had its first same-sex marriage Monday since California's gay marriage ban was lifted last week. Meanwhile, other same-sex couples are applying for licenses to do the same.
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Home builders took out 17 single-family home permits in June as construction activity in Redding rose.
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RED BLUFF — A Red Bluff man suspected of fatally stabbing a Palo Cedro man last week failed to enter a plea today during his second Tehama County Superior Court appearance in two days.
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After a 5,000-year history of marriage as heterosexual for the obvious relation to procreation, at a stroke the Supreme Court has discovered a new right, same-sex marriage.
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When the Defense of Marriage Act was struck down by the Supreme Court, I felt an emptiness enter my stomach, for I perceived another dark cloud arose over the United States, similar to that of the passing of Roe v. Wade.
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Triple-digit temperatures will continue to roast Redding through the end of the week. Meanwhile, the Shasta County Sheriff's office has issued restrictions on Lake Shasta.
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LONDON (AP) — Trailing 5-4 in her first Wimbledon quarterfinal, Sloane Stephens already had saved two set points and was about to serve at deuce when a fairly nondescript match became anything but.
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Here’s a list of what’s open and closed Thursday in observance of the Fourth of July.
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A brief look at business news from around the north state.
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It's frustrating and sobering to see the Redding area hit the list of the top 10 "hot spots" for car theft in the nation. Your car was more likely to be stolen in Shasta County last year than in Los...
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So the research suggests, according to the Yale doctor who wrote this op-ed in the Wall Street Journal. Excerpts: There is a significant and consistent relationship between marijuana use and the development of schizophrenia and related disorders. Schizophrenia is considered...
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Fire crews had control of a brush fire that broke out today north of Highway 44.
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At least 10 Redding Police Department vehicles gathered along South Street at about 1 p.m. today in response to what some neighbors said was a shot fired by a woman inside a small tan-and-brown house. Yellow caution-tape wrapped around giant Sycamore trees and blocked entrance to the nearb
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That claim in a letter published in today's R-S is getting a lot of pushback from commenters, several of whom say they've worked in welfare offices and they certainly never got volume bonuses. Individually, that might be true, but state...
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The scorching temperatures already are prompting restrictions on Lake Shasta.
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A 68-year-old woman in a wheelchair held Redding police at bay during a standoff that lasted nearly an hour.
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Talking about architecture, not the weather this week in Redding. Walking around UC Berkeley last weekend I was struck by all the examples of Brutalist architecture (see above), which made me appreciate our Civic Auditorium even more. It's a...
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Burger picture snapped at Bonney's on Palm Avenue in Happy Valley, the Hamilton Beach mixer and strawberry milkshake at Lim's Cafe on North Market Street in Redding....
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Jay Lund of UC Davis offers a thought-provoking call for a "new environmentalism" on the California Water Blog. For decades, we have taken a "just say no" approach to stop, prevent or blunt human encroachments onto the natural world -...
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Police, California Highway Patrol and medics are being sent to Dana Drive and Friendly Road for a report of a two-vehicle wreck in the intersection that's snarling traffic in the area.
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“Prices in May experienced a bubble-like spike of nearly 30 percent from $152,000 a year ago to $195,500, reaching their highest level since August 2009’s $201,250.” So writes David Benda in today’s paper. An arti
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Reports are compiled by Western Outdoor News. Call 800-290-2929. BEST BITES EUREKA — Epic salmon fishing continues with easy limits for three weeks straight. Anytime the weather allows fishing, boats make it out to haul in salmon. After early limits, boaters ran out to 300-foot depths and drifted for Pacific halibut to 65
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It certainly isn’t hot enough for these adventurous Redding dancers. So they dance with FLAME. Images from a recent Market Faire, by me. We burn. Like candles, or like fireworks, we all burn. Thank you fire dancers, you’re Really Redding.
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The lead police detective who investigated the fatal shooting of Trayvon Martin in central Florida last year was to return to the witness stand Tuesday for a second day to testify about his investigation.
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Here’s an aggressively priced bank owned condo in a popular Redding community. It’s listed as an 1119 sqft 2/2. The HOA fee is said to be $286 per month. That fee covers all exterior maintenance and gives you access to swimming pools and other amenities on the campus-like grounds. The int
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ANDERSON — Residents here were awoken early today after police used an automated telephone notification system to help in their search for a man who ran from a traffic stop, officers said.
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Highs over 110 degrees are expected today and Wednesday with the chance of thunderstorms each night, according to the National Weather Service. Forecasters said today should be about 111 degrees, matching the record high for the day. Wednesday will be about 112. There's a 20 percent of showers and thunderstorms late today f
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In "Square Meals," their love letter to American suburban cuisine, the very tongue-in-cheek food & pop culture writers Jane and Michael Stern have this to say about Hawaiian food:  "There is no cuisine more adventurous, or more totally spurious, than that called Polynesian. We don't know what Polynesians eat,
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SHASTA LAKE — The City Council meets tonight for short agenda that will see the dais possibly appoint a new planning commission and award a contract for a public works storage building.
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We're celebrating Independence Day with a new song, Where America Lives, and we're giving away free downloads this week -- help yourself! Where America Lives
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In 1913: M. Leter, mucker in the Iron Mountain mine, was killed and P. Gassano, a countryman and also a mucker, was injured when rocks fell in the tunnel where they were working and struck them.
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Anderson High alumna Cheridan Hawkins made her international softball debut on Sunday in the ISF X Junior Women's World Championships.
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A brief look at news from around the north state.
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The Bureau of Reclamation is holding stakeholder meetings about the Shasta Dam expansion 300 miles away in Merced County. Why? That's where they're most keenly thirsty for new water.
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If House Republicans don't budge on immigration laws, it will doom the GOP presidential nominee in 2016.
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Our congressman is working to fight fraud and abuse in the food stamp program.
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The FairTax would greatly simplify our system.
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What does a retired CHP dispatcher do with her leisure time? Well, 61-year-old Marie Grigg of Yreka is spending part of her golden years beating on a large Japanese drum.
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I shouldn't admit this. I might regret it later. But I have to tell you: The Fourth of July has never been my favorite holiday.
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See who was at what recent event.
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General Manager Mike Lampella said KIXE has raised the money needed for a federal matching grant that will help pay the station's bills.
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Send illegal immigrants on a high-speed train back to Mexico.
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Are those searching for Hoffa's grave earning good union wages?
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A brief look at business news from around the north state.
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News that California’s tax on gasoline went up 3.5 cents per gallon Monday was met with a collective shrug from most north state drivers.
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May was another brisk month for home sales in Shasta County
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Forecasters expect record-breaking heat today and hot temperatures through the weekend.
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We asked Record Searchlight Facebook page followers to share how they’re staying cool during this heat wave. Here’s what they had to say.
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The Redding area has landed among the top 10 places in the nation for vehicle thefts in a national list released last week.
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Two separate vegetation fires off Old Oregon Trail and Misty Lane were contained to about one-acre each.
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Yours Truly and daughter on recent tour of the nearly century-old span. Note the new and slightly wider-looking deck. Brian Crane, Redding's public works director, tells me the new precast-concrete light poles will be installed this week and a...
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With jury selection expected to begin mid-month, a suspended Redding priest charged with seven felony counts of child molestation was back today in Sacramento County Superior Court for a pre-trial defense motion to try to block statements he allegedly made to a Sacramento diocese official and a private investigator.
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Three people stranded following an apparent tubing accident on the Sacramento River near the Highway 44 bridge were rescued this afternoon.
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RED BLUFF - A Red Bluff man was arrested Saturday on suspicion of false imprisonment and making criminal threats after he allegedly threatened to kill a woman, police said today.
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Its fast paced mini games will keep you on your feet. Just keep yourself alive and you will get the high score.
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Small to large family fireworks @ the Food Maxx Belle Mill in Red Bluff
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Help us help local children in need look forward to a better 2013-2014 school year. Donate to our Back to School Backpack Drive today!
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The north state’s U.S. Rep. Doug LaMalfa today said the House of Representatives is in no rush to pass immigration reform by a certain date and may craft its own legislation.
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The Red Cross of Northern California is staffing cooling centers today in Shasta and Tehama counties as temperatures this afternoon will top 110 degrees.
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Q. How can one learn to control adverse thoughts? The key to understanding thinking is to know we are not our body, emotions, or thoughts. There exists only God’s mind, and we have access to every part of it. Thoughts do not flow in and out of our consciousness, rather the thoughts already exist, and it is our awareness t
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Given that Shasta Lake is a city that exists thanks to the folks who built Shasta Dam, is named after the reservoir, is still the closest town to the dam and would be seriously impacted by construction, it might have...
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North state San Francisco Giants fans were shut out over the weekend as engineering problems silenced the World Series champs on the radio.
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Heard Warren and Turtle Bay board member Randall Hempling on KCNR1460 late last week and they sure sounded upbeat and confident. Hempling, who's also CEO of Shasta Regional Medical Center, dismissed concerns about litigation over the prevailing wage issue. "The...
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It was a busy morning at the Board of Supervisors this week.  The Board heard a presentation from Jim Branham, Executive Officer of the Sierra Nevada Conservancy.  This state agency serves all or part of 22 counties (including counties more properly described as in the Cascades).  Only the eastern portion of
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An FBI audio expert whose pre-trial testimony helped keep prosecution witnesses from testifying at George Zimmerman's murder trial has been called to the witness stand.
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Here’s a good sized home on a half acre in Happy Valley. You can catch a glimpse of the added detached garage in the foreground of the single supplied marketing photo that accompanies the listing. Representing the interests of the bank/seller is foreclosure listing broker Angela Mallory of Zion Real Estate.
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A breathtaking spike in rates. Chart right from Freddie Mac. If you’ve been thinking about selling, think quick. It just got costlier for buyers. Their new higher monthly payments may shut out some buyers. We’ve been seeing heated sales activity lately, but the new reality may change all that soon.
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Dedicated in thanks and appreciation to Dan Neece and Deborah Divine who have made so many positive ripples in the lives of students at Enterprise High School for the past 30 years. Living life is about ripples. No, not the libation but about the ripples we make in life. One of the comments I received [...]
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Independence Day is a good time to declare your independence from heavy traffic, long lines, and visits to crowded offices by taking important matters into your own hands. When it comes to doing business with Social Security, you can! Anytime, anywhere Social Security’s website is waiting to let you take care of impo
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Forecasters only expect things to get hotter the next few days in Redding. The National Weather Service expects a high today at about 110 degrees. The low will be about 80 degrees. The heat wave should reach a peak on Tuesday, when the high could get up to 112 degrees.
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Gusty hot winds blew an Arizona wildfire out of control on Sunday, overtaking and killing 19 elite firefighters in the deadliest wildfire involving firefighters in the U.S. for at least 30 years.
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An out-of-control blaze overtook an elite group of firefighters trained to battle the nation's fiercest wildfires, killing 19 members as they tried to protect themselves from the flames under fire-resistant shields.
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After nearly 18 years on the job, the head of the Shasta-Trinity National Forest is retiring.
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There's nothing wrong with the power rates the city charges Big League Dreams, but the path the city took to them is an embarrassement.
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Unnecessary travel restrictions imposed by the Forest Service are forcing the public off of public land.
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Panhandlers sprawled on the sidewalk and into the street are a hazard to themselves and the rest of the public.
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It's time once again to look at dividing California.
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The ads on Glenn Beck and Fox News are still touting gold as a safe investment -- even as its price has crashed.
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Conservatives' fact-free descriptions of liberals leave me absolutely flummoxed.
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Redding may break heat records today and Tuesday, and Independence Day won't exactly be cool either.
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A bill going through the state Legislature would ban the use of lead bullets and pellets for hunting.
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A vegetation fire charred 10 acres in rural Tehama County Saturday evening.
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National Weather Service forecasters expect another hot day in Redding today with temperatures topping 109 degrees. An excessive heat warning is in effect through Wednesday. Monday will also be 109, forecasters said, while Tuesday should climb to 110 degrees, with overnight lows hovering near a warm 78 degrees. Forecasters
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In 1913: McCloud River Railroad officials said they would build a handsome hotel, besides stables and other conveniences for travelers and freighters at Bartle, the terminus of their railroad line. This would be an excellent thing for the farmers of Fall River Valley, who at present ship their produce to McCloud for sale.
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A 26-year-old Shasta Lake man was arrested Saturday on suspicion of cutting another man with a machete during a fight at the Spring Branch Trailer Park in Mountain Gate, deputies said.
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Dear Babe: I was given a sign holder from a man who claims he lived on the ranch where Seabiscuit was stabled. The horseshoes are welded together coming off a piece of angle iron that attached to a structure. Is there any way they could possibly be Seabiscuit’s shoes? Also as mentioned earlier, the shoes are forged steel,
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An 18-year-old black woman said she was assaulted by a group of white youths at the Red Bluff High School football field early Saturday, police reported.
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Redding has a transient problem, but fixing it will take more than one more city ordinance for our overworked police to enforce.
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As the government veers toward paranoid secrecy, it invites catastrophic leaks, Lyons argues.
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For a glorious look at our extraordinary cosmos, head on up to July's Golden State Star Party.
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The 2013 all-Record Searchlight prep baseball team is unveiled, as is the coach of the year.
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Redding's city attorney, instead of offering counsel about legal pros and cons, seems to be itching for a fight about prevailing wage, a regional union leader argues.
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The East Redding  11-12 year-old boys Little League All-Stars defeated Corning 4-2 at Volonte Park in Anderson on Saturday.
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Michael and Marion Ensey of Redding celebrated their 50th wedding anniversary on June 8, 2013. They were married on June 8, 1963, in Ontario.
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Charley and Faye McCay of Redding celebrated their 60th wedding anniversary on June 28, 2013, with a family gathering. They were married on June 28, 1953, in Alabama. The couple moved from Santa Clara to Redding in 1977 with their five sons. They ran an elder care home in Redding until their retirement.
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Donleita and Louis Gerdes of Redding celebrated their 60th wedding anniversary on May 16, 2013, with a gathering of family and friends at Cattlemen's Restaurant in Redding. They were married on May 16, 1953. Louis is a retired school teacher. Donleita was a paralegal for 13 years. They have lived in Redding for seven years.
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Felicia Dalton and Jason Gardner, both of Eugene, Ore., were married on June 15, 2013, at the Turtle Rock Resort, Gold Beach. Keith Gardner officiated. The bride is the daughter of Paula Smith. She is a pre-med student in Eugene, Ore. The groom is the son of Steve Bell and Jackie Gardner-Bell of Anderson. He is a student at
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Get ready to swim and run in Splash N Dashes.
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Lewis Chamberlain provides a primer on markets and indexes.
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Columnist Debra Atlas puts Safe T Air to test in a musty room.
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Think your kids are going places online they shouldn't? Nerd Chicks explain how to find out what your kids are up to.
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As mom unloads years of stuff, Claudia Mosby finds value in the old photos and cookware.
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Here are ways to keep your car clean and well-equipped for safety.
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Dear Straight Talk: I hate my job. The owner yells and belittles me about everything. How have others handled this?
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Quail families frolic, wrens make a home, but what's with those crows?
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Annette Osborne that saying yes can make her and her husband's day.
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Q: When hunting, a valid hunting license and a valid deer tag for the specific zone is required to be in the immediate possession of the hunter (Fish and Game Code, section § 4336).
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You can find free Wi-Fi just about anywhere, particularly if you plan ahead and know where to look.
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Foothill High catcher Sean Clark is named the 2013 Record Searchlight Most Valuable Player, the R-S.V.P.
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The California Highway Patrol is reporting a vehicle drove into a house this afternoon just off Highway 3 in Weaverville.
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SHASTA LAKE — Rather than establish its own police department some 20 years ago, city leaders had a different idea — use what’s already there.
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A pickup towing another pickup on a flatbed trailer rolled several times today on the southbound lanes of Highway 273 in Anderson but no one was injured, the California Highway Patrol reported.
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William was a blacksmith and wagonmaker. In 1869 he moved to Millville and operated a blacksmith and wagonmaking business for 16 years. In 1871 he married Mary Ann Harrington. In 1885 he and his family moved to Burney when William...
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Shasta County sheriff’s deputies on Friday searched an unoccupied bunker on a Whitmore property belonging to the 45-year-old man accused in the shooting deaths of his wife and two daughters in early May at the family’s Shingletown home.
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At first glance this HUD home looked almost like a manufactured home, but it isn’t. Of course, it’s not in Anderson, but’s not far from it. If you are looking for a bit of room but not too far out of town, this may be the place. Representing the interests of the government in the form of your HUD orga
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Shasta County sheriff’s deputies arrested man driving a reported stolen vehicle after spotting him make an illegal turn in Happy Valley, they reported
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Walking around the garden in the cool of morning last week, it occurred to me how much flowers remind me of fireworks – their colorful explosions, forces of nature demanding that we look at them: Here! Here! Here! Photo above: This week's article features photos of flowers that remind me of fireworks - and yes, [...]
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Redding will see another triple-digit day today and forecasters expect it will only get hotter this weekend. Today's high should be near 106 with 8 mph wind that will become calm by the afternoon. Nighttime temperatures will resemble a warm spring day at 76 degrees, according to the National Weather Service. An excessive he
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The Redding Colt 45s summer baseball team opened up a three-game series on the coast against the rival Humboldt Crabs on Friday.
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A brief look at news from across the north state.
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In 1787, the future of the fledgling United States hung in the balance. The Articles of Confederation that had been adopted at the end of the American Revolution had proven inadequate. It appeared that the union between the individual states would soon disintegrate and the American experiment would be short-lived.
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Ever since the gay-Boy Scouts earthquake, many Catholics have been asking canon-law expert Edward Peters to fill a role he has clearly stated he has no desire to play — that of prophet.
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Redding Chamber of Commerce recognizes a well-known local business and names a nonprofit of the year.
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Tourists’ belts remain tight as the economy continues to recover.
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The mystery man is William Bidwell and our winner is toe2toe who guessed him at 6:17 p.m. Congratulations toe2toe! Check in tomorrow for William Bidwell's interesting history. Toe2toe has won herself a $10 gift certificate at Ortega's Mexican Restaurant in...
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U.S. Rep. Doug LaMalfa, R-Richvale, will be in Redding next week for an open house.
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Redding police are looking for a black 1997 Toyota that was stolen in front of Harbor Freight Tools on Hartnell Avenue.
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A Redding concrete company's creative design has been installed in hundreds of playgrounds around the world -- and now local children can join in the fun.
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I'm a huge fan of the Colt 45s, but are there enough of us in Redding to make a go of a bigger-league ball?
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The 2013 All-Record Searchlight prep softball team is announced, headed by the coach of the year J Howell of Red Bluff.
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This week Donna Stiles touches on hot winds and growing large plants in small places.
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Modifying and even eliminating our lawns is the central theme of F. Herbert Bormann, Diana Balmari and Gordon T. Geballe's "Redesigning the American Lawn: a Search for Environmental Harmony."
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Q. My cucumbers are bitter this year. Can you tell me why and what to do about it?
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A brief look at business news from around the north state.
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The 2013 Record Searchlight Most Valuable Player (R-S.V.P.) for prep softball was announced today.
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State officials have relaxed water quality rules to help protect endangered salmon in the Sacramento River under threat following a dry winter.
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The victim was badly beaten, stripped naked and thrown into a dumpster before being left for dead by two men and a boy, police said.
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RED BLUFF — The Palo Cedro man stabbed to death in Red Bluff Thursday and his alleged killer served in the same the California Army National Guard in Afghanistan.
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New playground helps bring nature back to Redding park.
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In 1913: George Seaman, driver of the Cottonwood creamery auto, made two trips to Millville and the Palo Cero country every week to pick up cream from the farmers. He was out every day in some part of the countryside for cream. Later on the Shingletown country could be included in his route.
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This week Lailia Ortlieb shares images of Monstera deliciosa, commonly known as split leaf philodendron. Here's what she shares.
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John Sandhofner, Redding
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Our congressman's office broke the VA's logjam and got my 93-year-old father approved for disability benefits.
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I'm looking forward to the picture of that first gay couple appearing on the wedding page.
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A similar Project Echelon has been in operation since the 1950s, albeit well hidden from the unsuspecting public's prying eyes.
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Terrorists are using model planes to carry out their attacks? What's next?
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Shasta County sheriff’s deputies are looking for a man in connection with the shooting at an occupied home late Thursday.
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A fire that threatened to burn at least one structure in the Hat Creek area of eastern Shasta County was contained to two acres, a Cal Fire spokesman said this afternoon.
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Want to bend your congressman's ear? He'll be in Redding this coming Monday morning, his office announces: Representative Doug LaMalfa will hold an Open House for constituents this Monday, July 1st at his district office in Redding, located at 2885...
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Mount Shasta is number 13 out of 300 for UFO sighting Hot Spots. There must be some logical explanation. This book explores the history, background, reviews and reported sightings to MUFON, Project Blue-Book, Nicap and the community, to disclose long standing secrets to the author and his assistant, which they did, that fur
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Two people were arrested Tuesday after a search warrant was served at a Del Norte Drive residence in Cottonwood, agents with the Tehama Interagency Drug Enforcement task force said today.
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Two men were arrested Thursday by Tehama Interagency Drug Enforcement agents after two large marijuana gardens were found on public lands in the Pine Creek and Cambleville areas.
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Authorities have re-opened the eastbound lanes of Cypress Avenue to Bechelli Lane.
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RED BLUFF — A Palo Cedro man fatally stabbed early Wednesday morning served with the California Army National Guard and was deployed in 2009 to Afghanistan as a combat engineer.
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  We took Lisa on-location to one of our very favorite spots!  During the summer, she definitely appreciated the river!  
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Do you want to get healthy? Do you need to exercise more? Redding Recreation has a great, inexpensive way, to do that this summer. Join us.
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Who was this famous pioneer? Welcome to the History Mystery Photo Contest. If you're the first person to give the correct answer, you'll win a $10 gift certificate and an award certificate with your name and the mystery photo. Guesses...
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Officers are in the Park Marina area in Redding looking for a man and a woman who took off running after the car they were in crashed through the front door of a house.
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Here’s an unusual home with a big kitchen and huge wrap around porch, on acreage east of Redding. At first we thought it a manufactured home, but apparently not. It’s unusual. Representing the interests of the government in the form of their Freddie Mac organization is foreclosure listing agent An
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We dance round in a ring and suppose, But the Secret sits in the middle and knows. -Robert Frost We all have our lives until we don’t.  And while we have our lives we suffer.  Some a little.  Some a lot.  And even when we don’t suffer, it is temporary.  Eventually the suffering returns. To [...]
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Highlights include the 2013 Nonprofit of the Year honor and the Virgil Covington Award.
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Forecasters say it'll be in the triple digits again today in Redding. The high will reach 102 degrees under sunny skies, according to the National Weather Service. The low will drop to about 70 degrees at night, forecasters said. The weather will pick up even more over the weekend, when forecasters expect it to reach 105 by
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In 1913: Officials at the Donkey Mine in Ingot closed a contract with the Northern California Power Co. for electric power. Fifty horsepower were to be utilized in doing development work on the property.
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The West Redding 9-10 year-old Little League All-Stars routed South Siskiyou 10-0 in four innings at Junction School in Palo Cedro on Thursday in the District 1 playoffs.
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A brief look at news from around the north state.
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Shasta County sheriff's deputies were sent to the area of Red Bluff and Oregon streets in Shasta Lake tonight where residents said they heard two shots being fired.
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E-mail received from KCNR1460 owner Carl Bott today: All, In case you haven't heard there will be a fund raiser for Sovereign Minds and We, The People this Saturday at Win-River. Congressman Doug LaMalfa and Sen. Jim Nielsen will be...
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California counties caught in the Voting Rights Act's net because of 40-year-old census quirks show how a vital law needs a 2013 view of the world.
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Though the court majority couldn't bring itself to issue the ruling, this week's precendent guarantees that same-sex marriage will be coming across the United States.
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Just because my daughter has a tattoo and needs help doesn't mean she's a drug user.
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A brief look at business news from around the north state.
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Shasta County was first unofficially called Reading County for Major Pierson B. Reading, and included the extreme Northern part of California. Reading was its first known permanent white settler.
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Get ready for the Fourth, and in the meantime watch a film and listen to some music.
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In a mildly-worded rebuke, the 2012-13 Shasta County grand jury took Redding Electric Utility administrators to task Thursday for providing inaccurate and misleading information to the City Council about a discounted electric rate granted to Big League Dreams two years ago.
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Jennifer Harbord watches as her son, Chandler Grom, 5, paints a horse today during the Rowell Empowerment Center’s GET SET summer program’s field trip to Triple Creek Ranch Inc. in Palo Cedro.
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Dogs are naturally curious, even when it comes to rattlesnakes. But Jim Rice tries to teach them not to be.
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Police say they're not yet certain what led to the stabbing that left a man dead.
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One of three people arrested in connection with the beating and robbery of a man found unconscious and naked Monday near Redding City Hall is also accused of sexually assaulting a homeless woman and hitting her in the head with a metal pipe after that attack.
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The Redding woman who's gone on two alleged window-breaking sprees in the last year said she's sorry for her actions. Leticia Reyes also said she plans to repay the community for what she did.
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Redding continues to work on a proposal to land new air service at the airport. What that plan entails will be rolled out next month.
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The caring, professional help of Mercy Hospice really came through during the last months of my mother's life.
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The FBI and Siskiyou County Sheriff's Office are investigating misconduct allegations at the Tulelake Police Department.
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A Montague man was arrested Wednesday on suspicion of vehicular manslaughter and related charges in connection with a fatal crash on Highway 3 in October.
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Fire crews battled a 2-acre vegetation fire this afternoon in the Palo Cedro area.
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Today's editorial on the Proposition 8 ruling says it unfortunately erodes the system of direct democracy in California. Jon Coupal of the Howard Jarvis Taxpayers' Association and Rep. Doug LaMalfa agree. Obviously I agree with our editorial, but I'm not...
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A 21-year-old woman died Wednesday after the pickup she was riding in rolled off Highway 89 east of Mount Shasta, the California Highway Patrol reported.
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After a long rehabilitation Snuffy the seal is released back into the wild but things don’t go as planned. Poor Snuffy get snuffed out. The post Snuffy the Seal Get Snuffed appeared first on Dail
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RED BLUFF — Police are at a home on Pinon Way, south of Antelope Boulevard, after a fatal stabbing early today.
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Stephen is a Parkour guy, but we caught him in the studio, too!
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The big back deck leads down to the expansive lawn, that is bordered by Salt Creek. We recall a few parties here with friends, and volleyball on the lawn. Beers on the deck. Good times. Now, having been foreclosed, it waits for the next round of good times. This isn’t the first home of a fr
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Here is another scam sent to my business email by some idiot putting a spin on the Nigerian Prince scam  This dork starts the email off as if I sent him a contact about this: Following is the losers email address then his email letter: Subhash Deshpande <sub-hash1@hotmail.co.uk> Dear Intending Partner, Thank you
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Most people think of marketing as one of those necessary evils and don’t pay much attention to the beauty hiding inside the beast. What’s this you ask? Can marketing be beautiful? More like a fairytale come true? I’d like to pose that yes – it can. Now granted, my metaphor may be a little bit [...]
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Karin and I once had a small dog named “Honey” who was a faithful viewer of “Days of Our Lives.” Her morning routine was to prowl the house annoying the cats until she heard the soap’s theme song.  Then she’d scurry to the front of the set, tilt her head back, and let out a [...]
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Temperatures will creep higher over the next several days, topping off at about 112 degrees Tuesday, the National Weather Service reports.
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“It’s always scary to invest both your heart and money into a new venture, but the cafe has taken off and people seem to be really excited about it.” That’s John Dix, who along with serial entrepreneur Spencer Tang opened the new From the Hearth Bakery & Cafe on Churn Creek in east Redding.
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When asked if the Klub Klondike has a happy hour, a big grin flashes on owner Leon Womack’s face.
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Jeff Darling had the Cascade Theatre’s 2013-14 season calendar in front of him with a lot of empty squares, so he decided to switch things up a little. “Kind of something I wanted to get was a lot of new faces here, and I’ve included a few select acts to bring back, like Pink Martini and Bill Cosby, that I knew would
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Photographer Mike Eichwald is one of three artists in a revolutionary new show this month curated by the Shasta County Arts Council. The group calls themselves "Carrefour," a French word meaning "the intersection of several roads." In their collaboration, the artists seek to avoid cliches and present a body of work that Nor
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In 1913: A monster mass meeting was called by the Redding Chamber of Commerce to discuss bridge bonds and open an active campaign to raise funds. Every voter in the city would be visited, and if any were dissatisfied or objected to the bond, they would be shown that it would be in the best interest of the city to carry it.
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The Redding Colt 45s host the Healdsburg Prune Packers in a doubleheader at Tiger Field on Wednesday.
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A brief look at news from around the north state.
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From the Behrens-Eaton Museum staff: As you can see the Behrens-Eaton Museum is all "dolled up" for the 4th of July. Projects like this don't just happen; and we need to give a special thanks to John and Debbie Stokes,...
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Even those who were pulling for different Supreme Court rulings have "lost" nothing from the Proposition 8 and Defense of Marriage Act decisions.
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Ten years ago to the day, dissenting in the case of Lawrence v. Texas, Justice Antonin Scalia played the role of Cassandra, warning darkly — and at the time, it seemed, hyperbolically — that the ruling invalidating laws against homosexual conduct would lead inexorably to creation of a constitutionally protected right to
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While exploring the outdoors this summer, be on the alert for these bloodsuckers.
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Elder abuse and neglect can take many forms, yet is often difficult to know for sure that it is going on. It is easier to make excuses that you are reading more into a situation, that you are being too nosey or it isn't your business.
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In the world of commercial vitamin supplements, a market niche known for fads and sophisticated marketing, B vitamins may seem pedestrian. They don't get the respect they deserve.
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A brief look at business news from around the north state.
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What's a probiotic? Something your gut craves.
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We asked our Facebook fans what they thought about today's ’s Supreme Court decision on two gay marriage related cases. Here’s a selection of the responses:
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The mood was celebratory today at the south end of the Market Street Promenade as some 40 people lauded two U.S. Supreme Court decisions on state and national same-sex marriage issues.
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The community of Shingletown gathers to honor slain family.
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Stealing seems to be a big business in Redding these days -- and no wonder.
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A Shasta County jury today convicted a 40-year-old Redding man on felony false imprisonment and misdemeanor battery charges in which he was accused of assaulting a 17-year-old Marysville girl after giving her a ride in 2010.
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The day a Shasta County judge ordered Redding’s marijuana dispensaries to close, the lights went out at Trusted Friends, the city’s longest established collective on Pine Street.
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Fundraising is underway for an $11.8 million children's theater next to Redding School of the Arts.
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In a city where an anti-panhandling campaign has been widely embraced by the business community, there is talk of banning sitting or lying on the sidewalk.
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The Lions All-Star football game luncheon was held in Chico Wednesday, previewing the big game on July 13.
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This blog could get me flagged by the NSA but what the heck... Over at the DailyBeast the 'Woz' also tells Lloyd Grove: "When the Internet first came, I thought it was just the beacon of freedom. People could communicate...
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Redding police said they’ve arrested three people, including a 13-year-old boy, in connection with the beating and robbery of a man found unconscious and naked Monday near Redding City Hall.
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Sad news today about drummer Alan Myers. Condolences to family, fans, and band mates evolved and de-evolved. In memorial, I’m re-running this post from last year. When DEVO came to Redding
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The north state's Republican congressman has no love for the Supreme Court's ruling today: Washington, DC - Rep. Doug LaMalfa (R-CA) today commented the Supreme Court's ruling that citizen defendants of Proposition 8, which defined legal marriage in California as...
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Read about it here. Look for it in 19th position on this list of the top 49. Patients' -- the only hospital in California to make the list....
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The body of a 42-year-old man was found Tuesday near a Highway 97 turnout south of Macdoel, a spokeswoman for the Siskiyou County Sheriff's Office said today.
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A Redding man was convicted on two lesser charges in a case involving giving a teen girl a ride.
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A woman from Hyampom is dead and a girl, 8, is being treated for major injuries after their vehicle crashed in Trinity County Tuesday night.
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Hey, that's our very own Cathy Darling Allen quoted in the Los Angeles Times this morning on when actual marriages might move forward following this morning's ruling that effectively throws out Proposition 8: "We're pretty much ready to go," said...
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There are just a few more days to submit photographs to the 2013 Images from a Glass Eye International Juried Photography Show. Entries will be accepted through Wednesday, July 3. Sponsored by the Tehama County Photo Club in Red Bluff, the show will open Friday, Aug. 23, in the new gallery of the Tehama Country Vi
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KIXE TV is nearing it fiscal year end June 30, 2013 with a local goal of reaching a minimum threshold of $800,000 required by the Corporation for Public Broadcasting (CPB) in order to qualify for a matching grant of approximately $650,000. They are pleased to announce they are nearly there at $788,000. “Together we can [.
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We do. That’s why we support this free magazine with our advertising dollars. Enjoy paints a pretty picture of Northern California Living, and we agree that’s a vision worthy of our support. Did we mention it’s “on the house?” Available everywhere. Enj
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Trinity County authorities said today that they killed a dog when it attacked law enforcement during a raid on a marijuana grow site in a national forest.
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My visiting daughter noticed the change immediately -- "It's lighter in here." Indeed. Owner Don Conley installed tiny lights above shadow boxes featuring Jack's commemorative 75th anniversary T-shirts, caps, posters and framed pictures of Megan Rapinoe, daughter of waitress Denise....
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A 58-year-old Tehama County woman was arrested Tuesday by sheriff's deputies after she allegedly threatened another woman with a baseball bat.
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Here’s a rare 6/2 in the Sunshine Homes neighborhood, courtesy of Freddie Mac. Plus it comes with an ever rarer 3 legged laundry sink. Which belongs to your government currently. The 6 bedroom configuration m
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It has been my observation that most people usually make good choices when they have enough real information. But real information is sometimes elusive.  Like real food. Too often these days the ability to make good decisions is jeopardized by our reliance upon the “information” provided by vest
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The north state is expected to get one last round of rainfall today before temperatures begin skyrocketing into the mid-100s, the National Weather Service reports. Redding will have a 40 percent chance of rain, mainly before 11 a.m. today, as temperatures rise to around 85. Nighttime will bring temperatures down to around 6
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The Redding-based 132nd Engineer Company will be honored this afternoon at a veterans luncheon happening at the California state Capitol.
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KNOXVILLE, Tenn. — The Knoxville Zoo had an unexpected break-in Monday night — from a wandering black bear.
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In 1913: Frank Adams, one of the proprietors of the Adams & Reid stables, was hobbling around on crutches as the result of being kicked the night before last by one of the stage horses. Adams was using the clippers and the horse was not accustomed to that modern style of equine barbering, resulting in a blow of the hoof
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A brief look at news from around the north state.
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One person is dead and a 5-year-old child suffered severe trauma in a crash in Trinity County this evening.
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From a station announcement just out, following up on its April plea for help raising $250,000 by the end of June (hey, that's this week) to meet its Corporation for Public Broadcasting minimum: KIXE TV is nearing it fiscal year...
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An attempted overhaul of the federal farm bill would have drastically reduced disclosure of subsidies -- but not, under a late amendment, for Congressman Doug LaMalfa.
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Thomas Sowell's random thoughts on the passing scene.
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When did a five-year wait become a "big rush"? Plus five questions in reply to the recent column on the Turtle Bay hotel proposal.
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The Redding area's deep-pocketed foundations should step forward to help build a new women's shelter.
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A brief look at business news from around the north state.
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CORNING — The remains of a woman who might have been buried in the late 1970s were unearthed Saturday by Tehama County sheriff’s detectives outside a Loleta Avenue residence near Corning.
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A Las Vegas cable TV company that recently dropped all its Shasta County customers has also stopped serving people in Tehama County. The company's CEO says it's not making any profit and plans to file for bankruptcy.
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The West Coast League won't be coming to Redding, meaning the sought-after improvements at Tiger Field will take much longer to do.
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Three small, rural school districts in Tehama County are becoming part of the Antelope Elementary School District in Red Bluff.
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Hundreds turned out for the inaugural Club Health seminar and workshop at Simpson University.
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Will the white minority vote Republican in the future?
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With creative financing, the McConnell Foundation could help end the controversy over prevailing wage.
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Redding temperatures will jump 30 degrees this week as cool, rainy days give way to triple-digit readings by Friday.
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Lots of passionate rhetoric today about the U.S. Supreme Court's decision to throw out the a portion of the Voting Rights Act, last approved by a nearly unanimous Congress in 2006. Liberals naturally think it's a disaster. We'll see. I'm...
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Authorities said today they destroyed 2,210 marijuana plants in four raids on southwest Shasta County properties.
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Reports are compiled by Western Outdoor News. Call 800-290-2929. BEST BITES LAKE ALMANOR — The Hex hatch is just getting started. Expect some great fishing for everything in this lake as they all tune in on feeding. EUREKA — This has been described as the salmon season for the ages. Fish are biting just outside the Harb
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Here's a trailer, featuring some familiar-looking north state country....
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Authorities say a four-vehicle crash will keep southbound Interstate 5 closed at the Pit River Bridge until at least 4:30 p.m.
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Redding Police are closing down the 2400 block of Tamarac Road as they handle a woman who reportedly crashed her motorcycle near the apartments.
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Police have identified a Redding man who was found badly beaten Monday morning in a parking lot off Cypress Avenue across from Redding City Hall.
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Redding police released today a surveillance photograph of a man suspected of robbing a Hartnell Avenue liquor store Saturday afternoon.
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Past police dispatcher calls in which George Zimmerman complained about "suspicious" characters in his neighborhood should be presented to jurors at his second-degree murder trial since they show his state of mind and provide context to his fatal encounter with 17-year-old Trayvon Martin, a prosecutor argued Tuesday.
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Drum circle offers way to relax, meditate and make friends.
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See who was at what recent event in the north state.
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Busy morning, checking all the phone calls, emails, voice messages, and texts asking about Senior Portraits! Busy updating the blog and our new website… good things coming your way! Sent from my Verizon Wireless 4G LTE Smartphone
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Yes, says a UC Davis researcher, in what she calls the first attempt to study hatchery and wild fish's abundance across an entire river basin while also analyzing other "stressors": My recent research on Klamath fisheries indicates that interactions with...
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Brandon was a ton of fun to work with! He was one of our first High School Seniors in Redding, CA for 2013.
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The new home page looks awful.
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Tehama County sheriff's detectives discovered Saturday the remains of an adult woman buried outside a Loleta Avenue residence near Corning, it was announced this morning.
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My elderly mom received these in the mail recently. They deliberately look official, but are scams. The documents imply that you need a copy of your deed, and for about $90 they will send you one. The problem is that you can get a copy of your deed directly from the County Recorder for $3. There is probably
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Here’s a 1985 built 3/2 of about 1255 sqft that backs up to a park and sporting court. It’s not coded as a REO in the MLS, so may not have come up if that’s how you search. Like most HUD homes, it’s for owner-occupant only to bid until July 13. Because our government knows best who sh
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The driver of pickup which rolled over this morning near Canby and Churn Creek roads in Redding was arrested on suspicion of DUI, police said.
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A motorist was reported trapped this morning in a van that went off the southbound Interstate 5 on-ramp at Cypress Avenue and hit a tree.
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Shakespeare's "Taming of the Shrew" and Tennessee Williams' "Streetcar Named Desire" at the Angus Bowmer Theater, Oregon Shakespeare Festival (OSF), Ashland. Nell Geisslinger, an eight year OSF veteran who virtually grew up in Ashland, is hotter than ever at  this year's Festival. Professionally hot, having landed
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More rain will fall in Redding today before the sun returns in full force by mid-week.
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LOS ANGELES — Hillary Rodham Clinton says China hurt its relationship with the U.S. by allowing National Security Agency leaker Edward Snowden to flee from Hong Kong.
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Officials from One Safe Place, formerly known as the Shasta Women’s Refuge and Family Justice Center, announced the winners of the 7th annual Dancing with the Stars - Shasta County Style competition that was held Saturday night at the Cascade Theatre in Redding.
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Anderson High alumna Cheridan Hawkins pitched for the U.S. junior national softball team on Monday.
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A Las Vegas cable TV provider has apparently dropped all its customers in Shasta County without telling them.
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Four years after the original prison overcrowding ruling, two years after the Supreme Court upheld it, is anyone surprised the judges are serious?
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No American's guilt or innocence should be determined even in part by persons not completely familiar with this country's values and customs.
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Turtle Bay museum is a treat our whole family has enjoyed. Don't sell it short.
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The state has plenty of money to spend on the governor's grand projects, so why isn't there enough for the prisons?
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A raise? The governor should live on less like the rest of us.
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How can a Tea Party congressman guarantee his own industry a price premium?
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Like birds? Then be careful with the bug spray.
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A Redding teenager who has been found mentally incompetent to stand trial after allegedly stabbing his 42-year-old father to death in April will have to wait until his 18th birthday next month before he’s sent to Napa State Hospital for treatment.
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A Redding woman with a penchant for destroying windows so she can go back to jail was once again arrested early today after she allegedly went on a downtown window-breaking spree, smashing scores of windows and glass doors throughout the region.
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Tiger Field was the target of vandalism last week, and already an anonymous donor has stepped up to cover the cost of repairs.
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It seems I have a love-hate relationship with the sun.
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The key figure accused with two others of conspiring and carrying out an attack on a pregnant Redding teen last year lost his bid today for a new defense lawyer.
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In 1913: Henderson was preparing to celebrate the Fourth of July. There would be horseracing, baseball and other amusements to wind up with a ball in the town hall. John Watts, who had the record for killing bear, killed a big brown one back of the Northern California Power Co.’s tunnel camp the previous Saturday. Bears w
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A Redding man carrying 1.6 pounds of ecstasy pills authorities say he was trying to sell on the street was arrested today.
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The Guardian Angel secondhand thrift store in Los Molinos was destroyed by a fire today.
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Sunday's editorial knocked Rep. Doug LaMalfa for talking up the cuts in the farm bill that went up for a House vote last week while neglecting to mention the nuances -- greatly increased crop insurance subsidies and a new higher...
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The identity of a second man accused of chasing two 13-year-old Red Bluff girls on Saturday as they were walking down a street has been released by Red Bluff police.
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Paula Deen lost another part of her empire on Monday: Smithfield Foods said it was dropping her as a spokeswoman.
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Q. When does religion transcend nationalism? Should patriotism be part of religion? Both nationalism and patriotism are of the temporary worlds of spiritual training for each soul, and as such Eckists will consider these two essentials of any community as part of their training. Though their spiritual viewpoint is at the so
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A 51-year-old Red Bluff woman was arrested on suspicion of arson in connection with a Sunday morning garage fire that caused an estimated $100,000 in damage.
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Redding's marijuana dispensaries this morning were ordered to close their doors by July 1.
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Three people sustained minor to moderate injuries this morning in Palo Cedro from a vehicle crash.
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Here are a few images from Saturday’s big fundraiser for One Safe Place, formerly the Shasta County Women’s Refuge and Family Justice Center. Aaron Rader and Monica Fisher in a graceful first waltz earned an unbelievable score of 10-10-9! They were the unexpected leader at intermission! To much amazement…
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No new foreclosed homes yet today, so we thought we’d look at available raw land owned by institutions. We found 10, ranging from a lot in Shingletown, to a 69 lot subdivision. Don Wilkins of Coldwell Banker has this 100 view parcel available for $429K. He writes: “
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A naked man was found badly battered this morning in a parking lot off Cypress Avenue across from Redding City Hall.
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A 40-year-old Redding man was arrested early this morning after police said he was found stealing fixtures from a vacant Trumpet Drive residence.
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One of my favorite projects over the many years I have been a dressmaker is remaking a vintage wedding gown. It may have belonged to the bride’s mother or grandmother or even the groom’s family. I have known families who invested in one gown and it became a tradition to use it for several generations. [...]
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I'm so excited to blow the dust of The Dish, a former popular feature here at anewscafe.com that I ditched after a rather shattering Dish experience. Today, I dish with two of my favorite people, Matt Grigsby and Armando Mejorado. They're not affiliated with one another, but what they have in common (other than th
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One of three people accused of conspiring and carrying out an attack on a pregnant Redding teen last year is requesting a new lawyer for a second time.
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Forecasters say it'll be a wet and unseasonably cool day today in Redding. The high will reach about 67 degrees, and there's a 100 percent chance of precipitation, according to the National Weather Service. Winds could also gust up to 21 mph. At night, prepare for a drop to 61 degrees. There's still a good chance of rain on
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Police looking for liquor store robber
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Winn Aung of the Redding Aqua Ducks set a second national swimming record in a week at the Matson and Isom Certified Public Accountants Trophy Meet at the Redding Aquatic Center on Sunday.
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Even if an initiative to keep polluting businesses out of Anderson were a good idea in its own right, it would not affect the projects that are motivating its proponents.
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Politicians and public alike seem to have forgotten how out-of-control bankers crashed the economy.
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It puzzles me why Caltrans appears to be using galvanized steel for culvert construction, which only has a life span of 40 to 50 years.
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Divisiveness, demonization of the right, moving away from the Constitution and traditional values, race and gender-baiting, class warfare, the victim and entitlement mentalities, and dependency on a growing government nanny state are all from the left.
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A new solar panel near the interstate can, at the right time of day, cast a dangerous glare in drivers' eyes.
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Redding could get more than an inch of rain in the next day, forecasters say -- a potential record beating the old one from 1941. But things will be back to warmth and sunshine by the end of the week.
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Dogs don't just pull on leashes at Camp Love A Pet, they tug at heartstrings too. Sixteen children have been matched with 16 shelter dogs during the two-week program at Haven Humane Society in Redding.
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In 1913: The grape crop that year on the Stanford Ranch in Red Bluff was the biggest ever taken. It was estimated that there would be 6,300 tons of grapes; last season there was a little over 4,000 tons.
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A vehicle has crashed into a telephone pole on Lake Boulervard in Redding, according to initial reports.
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Just about everyone in California dislikes the court order to shrink the prison population by another 10,000 inmates. Legal writer Andrew Cohen (though he might not actually be in California) is an exception. If the state were an ordinary litigant...
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If you've been reading for a few years, you know that every summer I have a summer solstice dinner in my front yard. Once it had to be moved indoors due to rain, a few times it was horribly, horribly hot, and once we ate while forest fires blazed around us, but mostly it's been relatively calm. We knew there was a storm mov
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A blaze in a Tehama County garage kept firefighters busy this morning.
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Redding police are looking for the man they said tried to rob Bob's Liquors on Hartnell Avenue Saturday afternoon.
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A man riding his bicycle in Red Bluff early this morning was arrested on suspicion of several drug-related charges after officers said they found a sunglasses case full of methamphetamine that belonged to him.
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Redding police say a man who's on post-release community supervision through Assembly Bill 109 crashed a stolen SUV into a city power box on Hilltop Drive Saturday night while trying to flee from officers.
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A Redding woman nearly got away with kidnapping a 6-month-old child from his home Saturday night until a neighbor grabbed the boy away, police said.
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Storms will begin hitting the north state today, dumping up to a tenth of an inch of water as temperatures drop to 76 degrees, according to the National Weather Service. The rain will continue as temperatures fall to around 64 tonight. Monday's will be even more unseasonably cool, with a 100 percent chance of precipitation
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Community activist Randy Smith, a thoughtful fellow, endeavored to answer the questions I raised in today's column. Here's his e-mail, with the subject line "Support for Turtle Bay": Marc, Your writing this morning prompts this reply. Question 1. Master plans...
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The dancing champions were Dee Domke and Jordan Stevens, who raised $26,212.
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Due to a significant mechanical problem with the press, the Sunday Record Searchlight will be delayed in reaching subscribers.
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In 1913: Nearly every available automobile was pressed into service the previous Sunday to accommodate the baseball players and enthusiasts who went to Hat Creek to witness the game at which the Fall River team carried off the honors. The score was 13 to 7.
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The Shasta Women’s Refuge and Family Justice Center is no more.
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Local swim teams turn in top times on the second day of the annual Matson & Isom Certified Public Accountants B/A+ Trophy Meet.
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A roundup of north state news.
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Organizers of Redding's Marketfest have scrapped the old venue and completely rebooted the concept -- and the results are in. Plus, the auto mechanic who started Redding's most scenic golf course.
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Rep. Doug LaMalfa promoted the end of "direct payments" in the recently failed farm bill that he supported. He was more quiet about how it helped his own family business.
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The fight over the Public Records Act is all about state politicians' desire to push the bills onto local government.
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A ballot measure that won't even affect the businesses proponents are targeting would waste Anderson residents' money.
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Lee and Bernard Lara of Anderson celebrated their 53rd wedding anniversary on June 18, 2013. They were married on June 18, 1960, in Compton. Their children are Julie of Rancho Cordova, Valerie of Redding and Moises of Redding.
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Camping trip alone with husband gives much-appreciated break, but mom still misses the kids.
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Father's Day brings back memories of the world's best father.
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Dear Straight Talk: I'm 16. My mom died three months ago after years of fighting breast cancer. I used to be a good student but I can barely concentrate and am getting a lot of pressure to prepare for college. My dad always says I can talk with him, but I know he misses her, too, and I don't want to make him sad. Will this
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A 2012 Teen Internet Behavior study commissioned by the security technology company, McAfee, reveals a surprising chasm between the number of teens hiding what they do on the Internet and parents confident that they're in-the-know about their kids' online activities.
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Vermont Soap introduces two new moisturizers that use natural ingredients, including shea and cocoa butter.
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Before eating squirrels, do some homework to determine whether they are disease- and poison-free.
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Will legal recognition of same-sex marriages leave churches accused of discrimination? Or will the 1st Amendment protect religious groups?
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Maybe the Record Searchlight, conservatives and the Tea Party need to step back and look at where they are coming from
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The spying and lies of this administration are worse than Watergate.
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The IRS using its power indiscriminately to target groups because of their of political beliefs should concern every American not just the groups being targeted.
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I'm sure a group of politicians, Secret Service and FBI employees could meet in one of the finer Las Vegas hotels and appoint an Elite Blue-Ribbon Task Force to solve this matter.
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Before anything else, we must secure the border to stop illegal immigration.
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Singers should respect the music of the Star Spangled Banner and not indulge their egos with needless musical flourishes.
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As long as there have been electronic communications, the government's been listening to keep an eye on potential threats to the nation. The only goal is to keep Americans safe.
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A walk on a section of the Pacific Crest Trail brings insight, views of fire-ravaged area and new friends.
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Guatemala 2013 (San Lucas Toliman y Xela) from Deacon Pat Kearns on Vimeo.
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Celebrating its third season in 2013, the Trinity Alps Chamber Music Festival announces an expanded concert series of live classical chamber music from June 21 to August 11, 2013. Featuring 14 public concerts in venues in and around Trinity County, this festival will showcase 22 professional musicians from around the world
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Food for thought from iconoclastic filmmaker Tom Naughton. Click here. (Complete with some nostalgic cereal commercials from the Seventies and Eighties.)...
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A fire burned several pallets and other items behind Costco today, closing Dana Drive and Bradford Way as crews mopped up.
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NEW YORK (AP) — Robert Downey Jr. has signed up for two more "Avengers" films.
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Copied down during a visit yesterday to the Hat Creek Radio Observatory and the Allen Telescope Array: "We are the product of a billion year lineage of wandering stardust...We, all of us, are what happens when a primordial mixture...
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Windsor Estates is among the most requested neighborhoods we get at The Address Realty. Windsor Estates is a neighborhood just north of Redding in Shasta Lake City. It’s a contiguous area of homes of similar age and style to this one, sprawling over rolling hills and up a small peak. Its very nice a
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I’m a big believer in Beauty for its very own sake, but in a gardening life where choices must be made as to what we will give room, resources, time and attention – it’s always nice to love a plant that is both beautiful and useful beyond this beauty. Photos above: Origanum 'Bristol Cross' in [...]
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The valley will get one last blast of heat before storms come through and drop temperatures down into the 60s by Monday.
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The Redding Swim Team hosted the first day of a trophy meet Friday night.
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The Redding Colt 45s opened up a home series against Northwest Star Academy Friday night at Tiger Field.
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Quick, without looking, where is this happening? New rules enacted over the past two legislative sessions are steering nonviolent offenders away from prison, emphasizing rehabilitation over jail time, and lessening the penalties for many drug and property crimes. California under...
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Camp McCumber is a week-long sleep-away camp for kids 8-14. There is something for everyone -- canoeing, arts and crafts, archery, fishing, sports, nightly campfire, all-camp games and activities ...
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In 1913: John Strode was in Redding today the Black Hawk mine near Whiskeytown. He said there were now 200 tons of good ore on the dump and that the new 10-stamp mill being erected would be ready for operation July 15.
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A brief look at news from around the north state.
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Shasta County has not had an unemployment rate measured in the single digits since the Bush administration, but if things get better at the current rate, we might easily break that streak this summer. Never thought 10 percent unemployment would...
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The Red Bluff City Council lost a member when a freshman councilor resigned just seven months after having been elected to the body in November.
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If the Women's Refuge could have met a victim's needs, she and her two children might still be alive today.
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The people of Redding need some answers before the City Council rushes into a deal.
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Q. Many of my squash plant leaves have holes in them. What causes this and what can I do?
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Here are ways to make your flowers stand out in your garden visually and through scent.
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This week gardener Jack Work shares images of bees hard at work pollinating at his Trigger Happy Ranch. While other insects also help pollinate, bees are the most proliferate, accounting for 80 percent of pollination.
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A brief look at business news around the north state.
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Albert Anthony Smith's attorney will also argue for a new trial.
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No money is left to pay the some $620,000 owed from the infamous demise of the country music festival.
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People celebrate the summer solstice today at the Sundial Bridge.
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Shasta County’s jobless rate in May fell for the fourth straight month to 10 percent.
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Bobby Guthrie’s 7-year-old daughter, Chloe, celebrated the first day of summer with her cousin waiting for cool jets of water to squirt from the ground floor at Fantasy Fountain.
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A parched north state will get a big gulp of water as the National Weather Service predicts a record-breaking inch of rain falling next week.
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Get out in front of the special interests and let politicians hear what you want out of your government.
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From the military to Congress, women are still considered second-class citizens.
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Simpson University proved a further local commitment with the hiring of men's basketball coach Jim Holcomb Thursday.
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It's well before my time, but this commenter says the area around Turtle Bay Exploration Park remains seriously flood-prone. One big elephant in the room that is continually ignored is "that land was set aside because It Is A Flood...
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The winner of today's History Mystery Photo Contest is djimoulidine who guessed the location of the building correctly as being on Center Street in Anderson. Congratulation to djimulidine who has won a $10 gift certificate at Ortega's Mexican Restaurant in...
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The Board returned to the issues of carrots and sticks for probationers today, with a report by the County Probation Department and the Sheriff’s Office on AB 109/Corrections Realignment.  Corrections Realignment involves the transfer of responsibility for some offenders from the state to counties, as part of a court
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Redding Police say they're looking for a man who tried to lure a teen girl outside a grocery store Thursday night.
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A Rotary scholarship recipient and his girlfriend were arrested Tuesday after they admitted cashing a fraudulent check in Redding Rotary’s name, police said.
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Redding police reported they arrested an alleged serial flasher Thursday after several reports from victims that he was driving around in three different vehicles and exposing himself.
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Where is this building located (street and town)? Welcome to the History Mystery Photo Contest. If you're the first person to give the correct answer, you'll win a $10 gift certificate and an award certificate with your name and the...
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The local paper ran a gut wrenching story yesterday of a local woman in need of refuge, who ultimately found none. I’m not sure what I expected, but the image of the dormitory style housing was a
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A single-car crash reported this morning on Interstate 5 in Redding briefly slowed down southbound traffic.
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Emergency crews are responding to the scene of an overturned car in the area of Oak Run to Fern Road.
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You've probably got a favorite number, right? Mine used to be 7, but I think I'm switching to 21. I've always thought numbers had a lot of significance. For example, I was born on 12-12 in the year 66 (which is 12, if you add 'em up). For a long time I even thought I [...]
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KNOXVILLE — While the couple struggled over a gun, a 6-month-old baby lay at their feet, authorities said.
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The sun will heat up the valley today and Saturday, but rain will soon be moving in, along with temperatures in the 70s, according to the National Weather Service.
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In 1913: The Trinity County high school was accredited to the state university, after the favorable report made that week by a special examiner from the university. The Trinity County high school was only 4 years old and recently graduated seven students in its first class.
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The Redding Colt 45s summer baseball team smashed the San Mateo Rounders 13-1 in their series finale Wednesday night at Tiger Field, in the second game of a doubleheader.
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A brief look at news from around the north state.
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Some folks think it's a waste of valuable riverfront property, etc. But I love Aqua Golf on Park Marina. Especially on an evening like this. Picture snapped by my daughter....
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Firefighters contained a small fire in the Oak Run area this evening.
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Matt Show (left) and Cheri Davis, both of Redding, dance to the music of Upstate this evening during the Market Street Faire on the Promenade in downtown Redding.
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A two-year budget approved Thursday will allow Redding to hire a few additional employees and build a new police station, a contrast to the spending cuts city leaders have had to make the past five years.
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The California Public Records Act has won a reprieve in the Legislature, but lawmakers' priority still seems to be a few bucks instead of good government.
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In Syria, President Obama has left the field to America's rivals and enemies, and they have no qualms about exploiting our weakeness.
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The women's shelter's leader agrees that we do need more support for the entire family.
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A brief look at business news around the north state.
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Two classicial music concerts and an American group will get toes tapping this weekend. Visit koi and celebrate the solstice as well.
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Golden Umbrella seeks seniors to be companions and volunteer in schools.
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Thanks for showing what the tea party is all about.
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The new pedestrian walkway along the Clear Creek bridge marked the completion of a trails project that has been underway since 2007.
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The company building the new Antlers Bridge in Lakehead is violating several county policies, according to the county's Resource Management director. In addition to illegal grading, the company is using an old school and restaurant without needed permits.
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IASCO has a new program with SkyWest to train job hopefuls in Redding.
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Attorneys for the family of Tommy Botell, who died at Lassen Volcanic National Park when a rock wall crumbled beneath him, argued for a summary judgment in their wrongful death suit in a U.S. District Court room today.
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Jim Holcomb’s college coaching career is back to where it started.
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The Redding City Council this afternoon voted 3-2 to move the city’s land negotiations forward with the McConnell Foundation.
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Redding firefighters were called to the Safeway store on East Cypress Avenue and Churn Creek Road this afternoon after an oven reportedly caught fire in the store deli.
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There was no let-up in the flight from stocks and bonds Thursday as the Dow Jones industrial average plunged 353 points and wiped out almost two months of gains.
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Shasta County Sheriff's deputies reports of shots being fired at a Burney home this afternoon were unfounded.
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That's a quote from the federal judges' order to the state, according to the L.A. Times, ordering the prisons to release another 10,000 prisoners by the end of the year to comply with a population cap. Ugly stuff. -- UPDATE...
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MAGALIA (AP) — A 72-year-old man has been arrested on suspicion of murder and arson in the slayings of three people whose bodies were found inside a burning car in rural Northern California, authorities said on Thursday.
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John Destin Moore, M.D., departed on June 13, 2013. He was 63. He left those he loved with a lot of wonderful memories that they can carry with them. He was born on October 4, 1949, to Emory and Dorothy Moore in Sacramento. After a childhood spent playing Little League baseball, bringing home stray cats and t
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It's a tough world, Washington. The House of Representatives' Agriculture Committee, on which our own Rep. Doug LaMalfa is a member, passed a farm bill that cut food stamps and subsidies --- enough to draw a veto threat from the...
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How long have Americans been talking about Obamacare? At least a full year before the original law was passed, in the spring of 2010. Then pretty much nonstop since. Yet for all the talk, does anyone understand it? Maybe not....
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California Retired Teachers Association, Division 9, held a business meeting / luncheon at the Tehama County Museum and were entertained by the award-winning California Heat (Sweet Adelines).
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Local Cottonwood Boy Makes it to High School Nationals in Rock Springs, Wyo.
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In 2013, ShanesWay has helped two Shasta County's critically ill young adult with a "Live Life" moment.
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E-mail sent to TB members late last night: The Redding City Council has scheduled a special meeting for noon on Thursday, where councilors will decide whether they will continue to negotiate the sale of 14.1 acres, currently leased by Turtle...
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We love local vintners Moseley Family Cellars. Stop by their booth this evening at the Market Street Faire  on the Promenade in Redding. Starts at 5 pm. You can
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From BuzzFeed: WASHINGTON -- The CEO of the Associated Press told an audience Wednesday that the Department of Justice has succeeded in muzzling government employees from talking to AP reporters in the weeks since the seizure of AP phone records...
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Here’s a 1994 built 2128 sqft 3/2.5 with office and shop, on a big lot in desirable Country Heights. Tax records call it a 4 bedroom home. Representing the interests of the Cal
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“Love bears all things, believes all things, hopes all things, endures all things.” I Corinthians 7 It’s not often that I’m asked for advice on matters of the heart. But recently, a family member—I’ll call her “Liz”—commented that her boyfriend was “driving her crazy,” and she asked how Karin and I man
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The heat will begin its return to the north state today as temperatures begin rising into the mid-80s. The warmer weather will bring a high of around 85 today and winds could reach speeds of up to 11 mph. Temperatures will fall to around 58 at night. Friday will be warmer as temperatures hit 88 and wind speeds could reach 1
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