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October 5th, 2013

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A brief look at news from around the North State.
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It this a map of the "red" and "blue" political zones of California? Almost, but not quite. Rather, it demonstrates which counties pay above-average taxes (in blue -- dark blue for those that pay a lot more than their...
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ANDERSON — Part of the Shasta District Fair grounds became a sea of bright flowing colors and feathers as American Indians joined together to dance for the 22nd annual Stillwater Pow Wow on Saturday.
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A proponent of a new state in the North State says lighter regulations will help us tap our resources and boost our economy.
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A closer inspection of the numbers shows an independent state in the rural northern counties just doesn't add up.
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The Clover Fire's destruction brought, as the smoke cleared, a reminder of the inspiring way in which people step up to help in a crisis.
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This Congress has not passed one single piece of meaningful legislation. All it has done is attempt to extort from the Obama administration cuts in government spending and services.
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Effort benefits area families who may not be able to afford diapers for their babies.
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September births list from Mercy Medical Center in Redding.
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Alison Vicencio and Michael Danzy Jr., both of Redding, are engaged to be married on Oct. 19, 2013, at Circus Circus in Reno, Nev. The bride-elect is the daughter of Bruce and Michelle Behling of Redding, and of Timothy Jr. and Debborah Vicencio of Minersville, Utah. She graduated from Anderson High School and Shasta Colleg
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Uncommon, or uncommonly wise? Occasionally, a couple or a family will elect to put their home into a revocable living trust, a charitable remainder trust or a qualified personal residence trust. There are advantages and disadvantages to doing this.
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Can anything good come from the shutdown? Are Americans doomed to eternal gridlock in their governance?
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Can pet store help rescue and then adopt out a gartner snake?
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The John F. Reginato River Access Trail is a hidden treasure of a trail. It follows the edge of the Sacramento River for three-quarters of a mile, shaded by beautiful old oaks and offers multiple access points for fishing, bird watching and photo shooting.
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Dear Babe: I have a 1934 General Motors Hockey Broadcast Guide. There are articles in it by Foster Hewitt, Frank Calder and Frank Patrick. You can match up one of the cover “ice layouts” with one of the similar pages toward the back of the book, and you have a diagram of the hockey ice surface, showing all the players o
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In 1913: Attorney A.M. McCoy for the Red Bluff and Antelope Water Co., stated the company would sell its plant to the city of Red Bluff for $85,000. That price included the entire plant, pipes, tanks, wells, pumping plants, orange orchard, dam, and 80 acres.
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I applaud the House Republicans for staying the course of limited government.
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Gov. Brown, are you aware of all the chaos your legislation is causing in the lives of thousands of California's most vulnerable citizens, the disabled elderly?
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Want to get the federal government open again? Boycott the corporations that run Congress through their lobbyists.
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The Buckhorn construction crews have literally moved mountains this summer. I thank for their hard work to make the road safer.
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I took a walk in the Old Shasta Pioneer Cemetery and was very saddened by what I saw: broken branches, weeds waist-high, and graves overgrown with bushes and vines.
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House Republicans are behaving like common thugs, blackmailing the president into signing on to their irrational demands with no regard to how it affects the country, the economy and our global position.
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A filmmaker has canceled a documentary on Hillary Clinton as the Clinton Cabal has stonewalled the project. It's shameful how she hides from scrutiny.
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The Shasta College football team is looking to finish the first half of its season with an upset win, 5 p.m. Saturday at Feather River College in Quincy.
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Firefighters are en route to two vegetation fires this afternoon -- one in the area of Turtle Bay and the other in the area of Highway 299 and Interstate 5.
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My new Novel will be out soon. I think you will love the characters and the story. I am enjoying writing it! Should be ready by Advent The Hermit's Word fro
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Redding police chased a driver this afternoon who somehow stole a patrol car and led officers on a chase before the man was caught in the Enterprise area.
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E-mail received in response to an item in today's column: Dear Mr. Beauchamp, I am compelled to respond to your statements in today's paper regarding Russell Hunts singing talent. I have been a DJ/KJ in Redding for the past fourteen...
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Authorities say they've found a woman and three children, two of whom are her grandchildren, who were reported missing Friday evening.
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Here’s a few images from our new listing in east Redding. REALTOR Jamie Kline Garcia is holding it open today from 11 am to 1 pm, so come by and see it and say hi to Jamie! You can click on the images below to expand a little, but also here’s a link to more
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Here’s an attractively priced HUD home in lovely Shasta Lake City.
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Photo : A stand of stately olive trees. I grew up surrounded by the pine forest of the Rocky Mountains. Very different than the Mediterranean climate of Northern California’s valley floor and foothills of lively oak woodlands Photo : Green Mission olives. I first experienced a Mediterranean climate in my late twenties on
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Today should be sunny with a high near 84, the National Weather Service predicts.
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Shasta High football hosts Red Bluff in an Eastern Athletic League matchup and the Record Searchlight's Game of the Week.
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West Valley High football hosts Pleasant Valley of Chico in a final tuneup before league play.
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Foothill High football hosts Paradise in a rematch of the 2010 and 2011 D-I championship games.
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High school football scores lead the way in area roundup.
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In 1913: Word was received in Redding at a late hour that the yards of the Lamoine lumber and trading company at Lamoine were on fire and were threatened with destruction. The loss was estimated at $30,000.
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A brief look at news from around the North State.
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Shasta High football hosts Red Bluff in a rematch of a 2012 classic, a league battle and the Record Searchlight's Game of the Week.
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The West Valley High football team is looking for a big win over visiting Pleasant Valley at 7:30 p.m. Friday at The Pasture in Cottonwood.
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Tehama County Sheriff’s deputies Friday identified three men suspected in a medical marijuana robbery that left one man dead and led to a high-speed chase and a day-long manhunt.
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Preview of Shasta College football's road game at Feather River, in Quincy Saturday at 5 p.m.
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A new bee ordinance, aimed especially at protecting Shasta County's queen-bee apiaries, set buffers locally but has global implications.
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Home cooking can be good business, thanks to newly streamlined state regulations.
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Shasta College will offer a pest control adviser certificate program this fall.
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The Shasta Koi and Water Garden Club will hold its annual koi auction at 10 a.m. Oct. 19 at 19540 Broadhurst Road., Cottonwood, off Bowman Road.
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Redding Parks and Recreation will hold floral design classes this fall.
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As October arrives our local foothills seem renewed by a profusion of fall colors and masses of seeds, nuts, fruits and acorns in all shapes and sizes.
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Can you please explain soil solarization? I want to expand my garden, and I've heard it's a way to sterilize soil without using chemicals.
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Two ways to keep pests away and tips on getting your winter vegetables planted.
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This week Dale Angel of Redding shares a different take on the garden: appreciating weeds.
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Here's a list of events for Shasta County's upcoming Mental Illness Awareness Week. Events start Sunday and run through Saturday throughout Redding.
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Thomas Lawrence's weekly "College Notebook" column breaks down college sports in the North State and beyond.
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Congress’ fiscal deadlock will keep national parks closed this weekend for the first time in nearly 17 years.
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Seven women and five men were chosen as jurors today for the retrial of a Cottonwood man accused of stabbing his wife to death last year in her bedroom.
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Redding fire officials want the public’s help in identifying a man they suspect is connected to a series of blazes that charred more than eight acres at Turtle Bay Exploration Park.
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A Redding-based community bank has agreed to help fund Shasta Head Start until a snafu stemming from the federal shutdown can be resolved.
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A brief look at business news from around the North State.
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A Shasta Lake man charged with attempted murder after allegedly shooting his roommate in the back Wednesday at the home they shared had accused him of having an affair with his estranged wife, according to a detective’s report filed today in Shasta County Superior Court.
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While I'm not in favor of forming a new state, I have legitimate reasons for my beliefs. Thomas Spear's reent letter was totally irrational.
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Dear Babe: I have a 1934 General Motors Hockey Broadcast Guide. There are articles in it by Foster Hewitt, Frank Calder and Frank Patrick. You can match up one of the cover “ice layouts” with one of the similar pages toward the back of the book, and you have a diagram of the hockey ice surface, showing all the players o
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Photo Credit: Ryan Loughrey The Korea Diaries: Part 1 By Ryan Loughrey The Part Where I am Still in America   This Is My Story and the Destination is South Korea !!!!!  
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Seven women and five men have been chosen as jurors for the retrial of Mark Duenas, accused of stabbing his wife to death last year in their Cottonwood home.
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Low-income pre-school students enrolled in Shasta Head Start are the latest to feel the pinch of the federal government shutdown. Classes have been temporarily suspended for more than 600 students.
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The closure of national parks has forced the Redding Dirt Riders to cancel its annual motorcycle race at Shasta Dam.
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Head out Highway 299 east from Redding for about 34 miles. Just past the Montgomery Creek School on the right, you’ll find Troxell’s Big Red Orchard. That’s the place to go to buy or pick your own fresh apples.
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It’s often hard to make a home look attractive with a dark cloud just hanging over it.
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A state appellate court has upheld the conviction of a Redding man who was sentenced to three years in prison in 2011 for fatally punching another Redding man at a Bechelli Lane nightclub.
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An interesting take here about how Republicans' deep pockets are not feeling the love for their party's conservative-minded grass-roots, and why the conservatives have such sway anyway. Isn't it all about the money in politics? Not quite. Here's Rep. Greg...
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To be alive in the world is to possess a priceless gift of self-awareness. Usually we take this for granted. We are not normally in awe of the fact. It is easy to yawn and shrug at the incredible and stunning truth that we are alive on a round rock that is rotating at a 1000 miles an hour at the equator.
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Redding's temperatures will hit 80 today as winds gust up to 29 mph, according to the National Weather Service.
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Shasta High volleyball hosts Pleasant Valley in an inter-division, Northern Section showdown.
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Local sports scores and briefs.
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It culminated in an angry, ugly break-up, with cruel missteps and pain.  But once upon a time,  it was a joyful and passionate love affair. And that's what these two celebrate, at a table in a darkened corner of The Whiskeytown Roadhouse
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A brief look at news from around the North State.
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Well here's another random little way government shutdowns suck. From the Redding Dirt Riders: Our BLM recreational permit was suspended for this Sunday, Oct. 6th. due to the governmental shutdown. We will not hold our race without this permit. We...
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Police and paramedics went to the Shascade Community Services building at the corner of South and California streets tonight after receiving reports of a car hitting the building.
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Drive around rural Iowa and you can see this plain as day: Farm fields, equipment, and buildings are bigger; but houses in the country are fewer. The downtowns of both Toledo and neighboring Tama are in sad shape. Houses in...
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The Obamacare/shutdown battle has spawned myriad myths. The most egregious concern the substance of the fight, the identity of the perpetrators and the origins of the current eruption.
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In 1913: After barricading the door of his bedroom in the Mammoth company's hospital, Charles C. E. Koss, stretched himself on the bed and calmly drove the long blade of a pearl handled pen knife into his heart. Death was believed to have been nearly instantaneous.
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The wetter weather earlier this week means the winter season is almost upon the North State.
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When our county was being settled during the early years of the Gold Rush, the word "Fire" immediately put fear in the heart of everyone who heard it.
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A brief look at business news from around the North State.
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Child-driven, hands-on and mixed-age -- that's the Montessori approach to learning. Shasta Union Elementary School started with one Montessori class 14 years ago and is now completely Montessori.
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Many of Anderson’s small-town charms and big-hearted personalities were highlighted today during a 23-minute video illustrating “what a small town should be.”
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An apple festival is also in the works.
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The past two decades have brought near uninterrupted decline in the California timber industry, but who's investing in the future? Sierra Pacific.
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Why aren't congressional salaries stopped when there is a government shutdown?
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There are many reasons that I oppose the creation of the State of Jefferson, but one is very personal. I enjoy receiving my retirement check and my health benefits from CalPERS.
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What do the Jefferson secessionists and the shutdown caucus have in common?
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Here's the White House's dirty little secret: Hundreds of thousands of federal workers will remain on the job.
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"A Little Murder Never Hurt Anybody" at the Riverfront Playhouse is a terrific comedy that made the entire audience laugh out loud throughout the play.
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BloodSource seeks people to help with refreshment service.
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Retired colleagues Barbara Walter and Stephen Concklin are big fans of the work each carried out at Shasta College, but they're political polar opposites.
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State Sen. Ted Gaines today kicked off his campaign to become California’s next insurance commissioner.
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Previewing Week Five of high school football, led by the Record Searchlight's Game of the Week: Red Bluff at Shasta.
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Havene Humane Society in Redding has suspended its dog adoptions, after two dogs died and several others came down this week with a mysterious respiratory ailment.
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A crash blocked the southbound lane of Dry Creek Road and sent a motorcyclist to the hospital this afternoon.
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A protest today outside U.S. Rep. Doug LaMalfa’s field office in Redding got personal, as a handful of supporters and opponents of the Republican lawmaker waved signs at each other and traded barbs.
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Officials with California's health insurance exchange say internal miscommunication led them to significantly overstate the number of hits the exchange's website received on the first day people could enroll in it.
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The California Department of Forestry and Fire Protection says a fire in McArthur was quickly contained to one acre this afternoon.
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Firefighters are being sent this afternoon to a vegetation fire burning near McArthur.
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Earlier this year, Ted Gaines -- the senator representing California's 1st Senate District, which includes Shasta and Siskiyou counties -- was talking about running for Congress. Now he's running for insurance commissioner. Seems like a nice enough guy. But is...
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Firefighters are encircling an estimated three-acre brush fire that quickly took off after it ignited earlier this morning in North Redding.
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Law enforcement have been searching today for one suspect in a murder case following a chase southwest of Redding today.
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Judging by the vintage of the cars pictured in this post card on a car blog site. How many businesses do you recognize? Click to enlarge image....
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Traffic is backed up this morning on Bonnyview Road and Bechelli Lane in Redding following two traffic accidents.
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We are a train town in Redding. But if you want to ride out of town, the only passenger train leaves just after closing time at 2:20 am. That’s either pretty late, or awfully early, depending on your perspective. Cheer up. You can listen to a song about it by talented local music duo Still Married at this link:
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In case you missed it, Christmas began last month. I was caught off guard. It was still over 100 degrees outside when I dove into Costco and saw a wall of fake trees and highly electrified ornaments. By my calculations, there were still 115 shopping-days until Christmas. Really? My mother, if she were still here, [...]
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Here’s a rare foreclosure on the 55+ gated community of Shasta Hills Estates.
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All Saints’ Episcopal Church, 2150 Benton Drive in Redding, will hold a Blessing of the Animals service at 10:30 a.m. Oct. 6. The community is welcome and invited to bring pets or photos of pets. All animals are welcome and should be kept on a leash, in a carrier, or otherwise appropriately restrained at all times. [
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The National Journal talks to a critical vote on overhauling the broken immigration system: There's no telling when an immigration bill will come to the House floor, what it will say, or who will support it. Only one thing's for...
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Stop by CAROUSEL in the month of October and enjoy a cup of coffee and a Think Pink cupcake. At the end of the month 5% of our sales will be donated to The American Cancer Society! Where: CAROUSEL, 1555 Yuba Street, Redding -from press release
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Mineral, CA – Because of the shutdown of the federal government caused by the lapse in appropriations, the National Park Service (NPS) has closed all 401 national parks, including Lassen Volcanic National Park.  All visitor facilities including Kohm Yah-mah-nee visitor center, Loomis museum, Drakesbad guest ranch, Ma
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The Board of Supervisors considered at some length hearing procedures and an appointment process for vacancies on the Board of Building Appeals.  The BBA, as it is known, is an independent body, appointed by the Board of Supervisors.  The BBA meets as needed to hear appeals from applicants to the County Building D
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Today is expected to be sunny with a high near 75, the National Weather Service says.
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Long-term parking at Redding Municipal Airport just got a little more expensive, while short-term parking is now free. With a unanimous vote, the City Council on Tuesday agreed to switch the parking concessionaire, change rates and install a pair of automated, cashier-less pay kiosks. Rod Dinger, the city’s support servic
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Cottonwood artist Shelley Edwards enjoys exploring photography, but does not restrict herself to just one subject. As an artist, she responds to light, color, tones, contrast, patterns and textures. Edwards uses photography as a means of self-expression and creating a sense of mood, and finds quietude in black and white pho
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Nice homecoming for Nick Parker and Cheesecakes Unlimited, now back downtown anchoring the Pine Street School building. At lunch last Wednesday every table and booth was taken, both upstairs and down, and some people were waiting in the bar with others in the entryway.
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Nicholas Mason, director of the Manhattan Short Film Festival, is serious when says you be the judge.
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If you visit the incredibly scenic Fall River Valley, you really want to drink in the views. If you’re in east Redding, however, you might want to consider drinking down some creations that originated from the far eastern side of Shasta County.
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In 1913: Shasta County gained year by year as a hop producer and Redding kept step as a shipping depot for the eastern Shasta County growers. Five growers brought large loads to Redding for storage until they could be marketed and shipped. The owners expected that they could realize as high as 25 cents a pound.
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Maui officials say a 30-year-old man visiting from California died after falling off a cliff.
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Foothill high grad Addison Gillam not only leads the Pacific 12 Conference in tackles, but is starting to garner national attention. Now, he's on a CBS Sports online Top 10 list of the best freshmen in college football.
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Addison Gillam is not only leading the Pacific 12 Conference in tackles, but now has been ranked as one of the top freshmen in the nation in college football.
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A brief look at news from around the North State.
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Police are searching for two suspects in the shooting of a man at a Redding mobile home park Wednesday evening.
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There's already a Facebook group, inspired apparently by her too-dismissive tone in declining to support the Jefferson movement last night....
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Shasta County sheriff's deputies are looking for a motorcycle rider who led them on a short chase in Shasta Lake before ditching the motorcycle.
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Firefighters went to a fire at Siskiyou Forest Products on Highway 273 in Anderson tonight after receiving reports of black smoke coming from the building's vents.
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Paramedics said a teen was hurt after he fell out of a moving car while trying to screw in the vehicle's radio antenna in Shasta Lake this evening.
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Reviving the region's economy is one key goal that proponents of "Jefferson" tout, but the boring work of building infrastructure is what really moves the region forward.
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The Veterans Administration leaves victims of rape in the military in a vicious Catch-22.
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With all the controversy about the Affordable Care Act, it's easy to lose sight of a critical point: Health insurance ensures greater peace of mind and access to better medical care. It's good for our health.
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How to recognize depression and help loved ones who have it.
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The agency could pick one of four people to conduct studies and reviews of various local agencies.
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The Tehama County Sheriff's Office determined there is not enough evidence to prosecute the owners of the two dogs suspected of killing two 4-H animals on the eve of the Tehama District Fair.
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Two aging buildings at Pioneer High School in Redding will be replaced as part of a $3 million upgrade for the campus.
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A brief look at business news from around the North State.
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SHASTA LAKE — A Shasta Lake man was in custody Wednesday following two fires and a shooting that injured another Shasta Lake man.
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Orle Jackson holds out little hope he may be able to persuade U.S. Rep. Doug LaMalfa to support a clean resolution stripped of demands to delay the federal health care law.
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According to AARP, nine out of 10 Americans say they want to grow old at home as long as possible. This is hardly surprising news. Who wouldn't want to stay in their home?
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Oct. 6-12 is Mental Illness Awareness Week, and several organizations in Shasta County plan to hold events to raise awareness of mental illness.
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I have been plagued with the pain of a lower back injury for the past three years as a result of tripping on a board and flying through the air and landing with a thud. I'm having surgery tomorrow morning...
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The first-ever #caffeinateforacause fundraiser last week brought in $22,680.63 for Turtle Bay Exploration Park, a park spokesman announced today.
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Hazardous driving conditions could be on the horizon as strong, gusty winds move in to the northern part of the Sacramento Valley over the next two days.
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Redding Police said today that they've arrested a suspect in a September stabbing and a search of his home led to the arrests of two other people.
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Nor Cal Think Pink is looking for volunteers to fill goodie bags Thursday as part of its annual breast cancer awareness outreach program.
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Anderson Union High School will be holding a dinner to benefit two south county teens fighting cancer this evening.
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It's almost time for the Joaquin Miller conference at the Mt. Shasta Sisson Museum in Mount Shasta. Mark your calendars and take a drive through the beautiful Sacramento River canyon to the museum that almost stands at the base of...
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LOS ANGELES (AP) — A jury has reached a verdict in a case claiming the promoter of Michael Jackson's comeback concert was negligent in hiring the doctor who killed him.
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U.S. Rep. Doug LaMalfa is declining his pay while the federal government is closed.
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I'm glad three members of the Redding City Council were able to buck the crowd last night and avoid this secession nonsense -- which, despite its enduring romantic appeal, is just not a realistic plan for about a dozen reasons....
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Police have arrested a man outside Burger King in Shasta Lake after a reported shooting and fire on Shasta Street.
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Aspiring residents of the proposed State of Jefferson, many wearing matching “Don’t Tread on Me” yellow and green T-shirts, filled the Redding City Council chambers Tuesday to make their case for a 51st state. They filed out, disappointed but obviously undaunted, following the council’s 3-2 vote not to follow i
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Two Red Bluff men arrested in June after a reported kidnapping and robbery in Red Bluff have been sentenced to prison.
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Here’s an aggressively priced foreclosure home, near walking trails at Clover Creek Preserve.
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Southbound traffic on Interstate 5 near Mountain Gate north of Redding is a bit of a mess this morning due to a big-rig fire that has closed two lanes.
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  It's Italian Days at Tops Market in Weaverville and Redding. In addition to such Italian staples as pastas and sauces, Tops Market (formerly Sunset Marketplace, in Redding) also has its own ground sausage - mild or spicy ($2.99 a pound). Plus, Tops Market makes its own meatballs ($3.99 a 
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The Shasta County Health and Human Services Agency is just one of many organizations that will help thousands of uninsured Shasta County residents obtain health coverage through the Affordable Care Act. The goals of the Affordable Care Act (ACA) are threefold: to expand access to high quality medical care; improve health ou
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Expect a high of near 80 today with sunny skies, the National Weather Service says.
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Kimberly Ann Gonzales, one of "Shasta's Most Wanted," turned herself in Tuesday, the Shasta County Sheriff's Office says.
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In 1913: The county Board of Supervisors approved a bridge tax of 21 cents for every $100 of property value. Antone Jaegel and Harry Hill, local property owners, protested the tax, saying it was illegal because Redding had a government separate from the rest of the county.
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A movement to withdraw from California suffered a setback Tuesday night when the Redding City Council rejected lending its support for the creation of a new state.
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Local sports scores and briefs.
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Four years ago, Liberty Christian's volleyball program undertook a transformation.
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A brief look at news from around the North State.
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retrial begins for Duenas
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Shasta College men's soccer hosts Feather River in a battle for first place in the conference. Kickoff is 4 p.m. Pacific time.
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Redding Firefighters say they're looking into an intentional fire set on Traveled Way, which is about 3,000 feet west of the Sundial Bridge.
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Liberals and ObamaZombies will ask Americans, What freedoms do you think you are losing and what have you lost?   That question will backfire on these losers if you are armed with the truth and the answers as outlined below and on Washington’s Blog Please visit http://www.washingtonsblog.com/2013/02/constitution
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Somehow it just occurred to me that Californians, fed up with chronically delayed budgets and -- yes -- government shutdowns, finally both made it easier to pass a budget and docked lawmakers' pay if they didn't meet their constitutional deadline....
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Republicans say they expect the Affordable Care Act to be a costly wreck that will harm the economy. But their efforts to stop it are doing damage today. They've made their point. Why not let it self-destruct as they say it will?
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Extending the minimum wage to household workers will create new paperwork burdens and price workers out of jobs they need.
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It might take a bigger lawsuit to get Shasta County Mental Health to supply the treatment suffering people need in this county.
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We have already had a 100 percent accurate poll where the American people had the opportunity to speak clearly. The top issue in the last presidential election, less than one year ago, was Obamacare. And Obama won.
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Bonjours! Members of Pilgrim Congregational Church share some French recipes with readers to get people in the mood for the third annual French Country Market, which will be 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 5.
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Kevin Askeland's biweekly North State Notes column breaks down and often takes a historical perspective on NSCIF high school sports.
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Shasta County Supervisor Les Baugh publicly blasted Redding Vice Mayor Patrick Jones today, saying Jones' idea for a tax-sharing proposal was unfair.
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A brief look at business news from around the North State.
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Jury selection got underway today in Shasta County Superior Court in the retrial of a Cottonwood man accused of killing his wife last year.
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Two Redding schools went into lockdown for about 20 minutes this morning after police chased a Redding man through the neighborhood before tackling him on a school football field.
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After years of delay and fund-raising, a new gazebo-bandstand that had been in the planning stages since 2009 was finally dedicated today at Lake Redding Park.
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A former jail inmate has filed a $1.2 million claim against Tehama County alleging his jailers didn’t provide him with medication for his Hepititis B.
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The federal government shutdown forced the furlough of hundreds of federal government employees today and turned away dozens of tourists from national parks, forests and visitor centers.
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I expect vitriolic contempt for rural concerns from someone in the Bay Area, but not a resident of the North State.
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Seems to be proceeding very slowly. E-mailed City Manager Kurt Starman this afternoon for a status report on the appraisals. His response: Hi Marc, Your timing is impeccable... The City of Redding and The McConnell Foundation exchanged draft appraisal reports...
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ROMY is opening at Mt. Shasta Mall on Friday, October 4th. The Grand Opening Party will be on Saturday, October 5th.
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Four Simpson University students and three recent graduates have been inducted into a new campus chapter of Phi Alpha Theta, a national honor society for history.
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No one was hurt after a pickup rolled into a pool at a Shasta Lake home Saturday, say deputies with the Shasta County Sheriff's Office.
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In Redding? Pretty awful. Which you and I both knew, but I hadn't seen the data laid out quite the way the California Budget Project does here. Bottom line: Over the past three years, from mid-2010 to mid-2013, Redding's job...
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Firefighters put out a small warming fire in the Trinity Pines subdivision near Hayfork.
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SACRAMENTO – As the state launches its health benefit exchange today, Governor Edmund G. Brown Jr. signed a package of bills to continue implementing federal health care reform in California. “While extreme radicals in Washington shut down our government, here in California we’re taking action to extend decent health
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Reports are compiled by Western Outdoor News. Call 800-290-2929. BEST BITES KLAMATH RIVER, Klamath Glen — Anglers on the lower end of the Klamath River were treated to the best salmon fishing of the season last Friday, but torrents of rain and howling winds shut fishing down over the weekend. It was limits of salmon all a
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Shasta High School and University Preparatory School on Eureka Way in west Redding briefly went into lockdown this morning after police chased a suspected Redding man through the neighborhood before arresting him at a school football field.
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Here’s a HUD owned 1603 sqft 3/1.5 on an acre not far east of Redding. Anyone know if HUD is shut down with the rest of the federal government today? Owner occupant only bids are being accept
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Check here for live updates from today's Shasta County Board of Supervisors meeting, where supervisors will discuss changes to the Board of Building Appeals and other items.
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Have I got this straight? As part of its last-chance strategy to stop the Affordable Care Act from taking effect, the House Republicans tied provisions "defunding" or delaying the law to various budget resolutions. The Democrats wouldn't go along, thus...
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This year Wings of Angels will be having pasta for "Our Three Sons". A portion of the procedds will benefit the families of Michael Stevens - 17, Kiefer Crosby - 18, and Taylor Andrews - 15. All three boys recently diagnosed with cancer. When: October 19, 2013. 3 - 8 p.m., live auction 7 p.m. [...]
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The Redding Rancheria is a federally recognized Idian Tribe, whose members are of Pit River, Yana and Wintu descent. The Rancheria is a sovereign nation and operates the Tribal Government office. Redding Rancheria Head Start, Redding Rancheria Health Center, Win-River Mini-Mart, Win-River Resort & Casino and the Hilton
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Shasta County – About 100 community leaders (including anewscafe.com's Doni Chamberlain) are ready to read to nearly 1200 young children at 61 locations all over Shasta County for the TAKE 10 AND DO IT AGAIN reading initiative on October 10, 2013 at 10 AM. The effort is part of the Shasta Early Literacy Project (SELP), [.
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There's been a small concrete block building on Placer Street near downtown for well over 40 years. It housed Jan's Frost Shop, run by a cheerful round man with stunningly hairy arms who called everyone sweetheart and dished up memorably greasy French fries and pastrami sandwiches. After Jan's closed it morphed into Between
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Jury selection is scheduled to begin today in the retrial of a Cottonwood man accused of killing his wife last year.
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Sunny skies, a light wind and a high temperature near 74 degrees are in Redding's weather forecast for today, officials with the National Weather Service in Sacramento say. Tonight's low should be around 53 degrees. Mostly sunny skies with a high near 74 are also forecast for Wednesday, while Thursday should see sunny skies
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Redding will debate tonight whether to draw up a resolution supporting the creation of a new state.
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The Northern Section Division II football race should start to sort itself out with league play beginning this week.
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In 1913: Dercisisio Escovar and Miss Lela Bush of Manton eloped and were fleeing toward Mexico when Escovar dropped dead suddenly of heart disease in a Red Bluff hotel. After the funeral, Lela left the cemetery alone and sought to join Escovar in death by taking carbolic acid. She was not expected to live.
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A brief look at news from around the North State.
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All glory is fleeting. Especially in business. One example: Pepsodent, my favorite, a toothpaste that dominated Times Square back in the day and was memorialized in lyrics by Cole Porter ("You're the Top") and in "South Pacific." Now it's...
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A series of critical decisions from the California Public Utilities Commision will reveal whether Gov. Jerry Brown's appointees will actually support ratepayers instead of bowing to the wishes of industry.
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Enough with pictures of our congressman's farm and the sights of Washington. Let's see some meat on social media.
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Is Republicans' real worry that the Affordable Care Act works so well they'll be out of a job in future elections?
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A Redding man known for running for various local elected offices before being convicted of stalking earlier this year has asked Shasta County to pay him $2.5 million for "false prosecution" in the case.
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A brief look at business news from around the North State.
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Voters in the Cottonwood Fire Protection District will be asked in November to approve a $4 million bond measure for a new station.
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Few business owners share the wealth their employees have made for them. Yet some condemn workers for needing assistance, just to keep a roof over their heads and keep from starving to death.
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There are some things you can do, and some things you can’t.
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See who was at what recent North State event.
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The city of Mount Shasta has received a $3 million grant from the U.S. Department of Commerce's Economic Development Administration to help Crystal Geyser re-open the shuttered Coca-Cola bottling plant.
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The weekend's rain brought only small amounts of water into Redding but a few inches further north.
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Ripples from the first federal government shutdown in 17 years are sure to be felt in the North State.
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Original and challenging character education endures even in the age of "teaching to the test," teachers from Mistletoe School prove.
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Shasta County's Board of Building Appeals may soon have two new members - enough to resume a high-profile hearing with vintner Reverge Anselmo. The county says it's tried to be fair by using city employees weigh candidates, but critics still see issues.
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Relax, friends. Whichever side you're on, there's always the next election. (Chart from Pew.)...
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Sheriff’s deputies last week arrested seven people in connection with a raid of four marijuana gardens in western Shasta County.
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Reverend Hill was a fiery, two-fisted preacher who was assigned to the Methodist Church circuit in our area and founded the Methodist Church at Shasta in 1852. He preached in the street and from hotel balconies prior to the building...
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The best-known -- because most recent -- shutdown of the federal government today came in the mid-1990s, when Democrat Bill Clinton was president but the Republicans led by Newt Gingrich controlled the House of Representatives. And yet there's actually a...
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Has the public had enough time to study the 6,000 pages of the Bureau of Reclamation's draft environmental impact statement on the Lake Shasta expansion? This petition says no and seeks signatures asking the Bureau for more time. Please extend...
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Well, at least one person in Redding has an objection to the city's annual creek cleanup, which this Saturday will turn its focus to the Sacramento River Trail. Over to you, Mr. Solberg: PROTEST - BRING YOUR CAMERA - INVITE...
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Worth your time. I’ve always been fascinated by Dutch bicycle culture. By contrast, California bicycling is nothing but hazardous. Witness this recent death of a bicyclist in Cottonwood/Happy Valley. See the pro
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For years, REALTOR.com was the number one website for home searches. Lately the shopping public has moved on, however. As they say, consumers vote with their feet. Or eyeballs. There’s been a lot of discussion among we Realtors about the ebb and flow of home shopping website pop
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Here’s a nice home Anderson that you can probably buy for what you’d pay in rent. This would appear to follow the pattern of Freddie Mac recently to fix up their foreclosure homes before putting them up for sale. So it looks nicely painted, and has fresh floorcovering. For some period, it is avail
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Missionary Life 2013 (Guatemala) from Deacon Pat Kearns on Vimeo. Many of you have asked about our most recent summer in Guatemala. Although there was so much that we did over the summer, here is a just gl
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Retired Fish and Game Lieutenant Steven T. Callan has finally written the book he talked about for thirty years. Over his career as a wildlife protection officer for the California Department of Fish and Game, Callan and his longtime working partner, Dave Szody, conducted some of the most fascinating, complex, and highly su
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I have been trying to think of some way to understand the idiocy that is currently going on in Washington.  The idea that there is any other political ambition that would justify allowing the United States to act like some Banana Republic and default on its obligations is simply insanity.  Many of the people invol
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Pic taken on a leisurely afternoon stroll through the McConnell Gardens. (Note: Pay attention to those signs warning of rattlesnakes. Watch where you step, even on a cool, misty day in late September.)...
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Pilgrim Congregational Church will transform its building into a quaint French Country Market from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 5. Guests may peruse market stalls that feature garden items and vintage collectibles, baked goods and wine accoutrements, handmade crafts and holiday gifts as well as handmade jewelry. In addi
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Don't miss the two day art show at Art on the Westside.  Eight talented artists will be showing their work and periodically demonstrating their skills during the two day event.  Artists include Maggie Baggett,  Jim Hughes, Tegwin Matenaer, Chuck Prudhomme, Nanci Sackett, Jan Scanlin, Gwen Strahan, and Jerry S
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The 4th  annual “Music and Merlot” fundraiser will be held Saturday, October 12 at 5:00 PM at the JBL Ranch in Cottonwood.  This fundraiser has been an amazing grass-roots community project that has helped to sustain and expand Evergreen’s music program during financial hardships. Ticket purchase i
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Mercy Medical Center Redding’s Wound Healing Center and Heart Center are offering classes designed to provide a comprehensive overview of diabetes.  These classes are for diabetics, their families and other interested individuals.  A range of topics will be discussed during the sessions, including: Blood Glucose
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After two fires almost totally destroyed the town of Shasta in the 1850s, the merchants took drastic measures so they would not lose their businesses again. For starters, they built with brick. The buildings did not have windows. The roofs...
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Dunno. Do know that at Arapaho Rose Alpacas in east Redding today folks were doing wonderful things with their wool. Some pix:...
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Click on to enlarge. Bet they could beat back any zombie attack....
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Driving around town on a some what  wendy day , you can smell the marijuana Harvest in the air. Pot gardens are being grown in all types of neighborhoods your thoughts?  
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Joaquin Miller has always been one of my all-time favorite historical heroes. He moved here during the heat of the Gold Rush, was wounded in the Battle of Castle Crags, was carried from the battle site to an Indian village...
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An icon and iconoclast surveys the scene here in the Guardian. Excerpt: "Like killing people, how does [Obama] get away with the drone programme, why aren't we doing more? How does he justify it? What's the intelligence? Why don't we...
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It's not too late to join in on the healing by local shaman and ecopsychologist Jim Collins. Jim starts a series of seminars down in Red Bluff starting tomorrow-Sunday. I'm a little late getting this post up but it should...
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Here’s a Fannie Mae foreclosure in very convenient Woodside Meadows in Redding. Here’s how it looked in February, apparently. We’ve sold homes in this neighborhood before. Residents love the proximity to all of east Redding’s retail, service, and nightlife amenities. This one might
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My 14 year-old who is learning French for the first time and this last week she learned the colors and subsequently I re-learned French colors. Not dissimilarly, in the course of co-developing an exhibit on mushrooms and fungi of Northern California with colleague John Whittlesey, I have acquired some of the language of the
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If you were to do something so nerdy as to read the Congressional Budget Office's recent long-term budget outlook, you'd see in the "supplemental data" that for the coming several years, federal spending is projected between 20.5-21 percent of GDP,...
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No. I love the Ducky Derby. Buy a ticket now and make sure to catch the drop this Sunday. But this, this is a rubber duck....
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Hoopdriver guessed it correctly as the bunkhouse on the old Hunt ranch in Millville. Congratulations Hoopdriver because not only did you win the contest but you won a $10 gift certificate at Ortega's Mexican Restaurant in Palo Cedro. Thank you...
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Meant to link these three photos to the column last month about RPD community service officer Bob Brannon and his clean-up crew: On the riverbank just upstream from Diestelhorst Bridge. A few steps from the Sacramento River trail, with gray...
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Well, there's none today, that I know of, but Whiskeytown NRA says you shouldn't be surprised -- or alarmed -- if you see plumes coming from the high country as soon as tomorrow. Fall means it's prescribed-fire season: Whiskeytown National...
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Last month one Tim Howard, from Shingletown, wrote a letter declaring his frustration with the way California piles inscrutable fees and surcharges onto traffic tickets, "selling the general public a 10-cent aspirin for $20," as he colorfully put it. He...
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What ranch was this bunkhouse built for? And what town is it located in? 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 woman in the white outfit looked both scared and excited. She approached us on the trail in half steps, her hand held up in the universal “stop” signal. She moved her finger to her lips. “Shhh. You have to see this.” I looked down the trail, seeing nothing unusual. “There
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I met the Technisoil rep at last year’s EDC Gamechangers event in Redding. (This year’s Game Changers event is taking place today at the Civic Auditorium) We d
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 This serpent may seem sleepy but moody and negative is more accurate.His favorite target, people who don’t put things off - are getting hard to find. Silently and passively He's been picking them off one day at a time. "Put it off he’d hissssed", until their eyelids drooped and he thieved away the thi
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Details here. Excerpts: A flesh-eating drug has hit U.S. streets after first being discovered in Russia a decade ago. Krokodil, Russian for "crocodile," is a street drug used as a cheap substitute for heroin. The drug is referred to as...
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I don't quite know how to start this story, because no matter what I say or how I say it, you're gonna either think I'm crazy, that I need to get on some ADD medication, or that I've got supernatural powers. Either way, as of October 9th, I'm going to have to get a new ring tone. OK, you're alr
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State of Jefferson proponents argue that one reason to break away from the Golden State is to free up access to natural resources such as timber, whose use they argue California's laws unduly restrict. Bring back the logging and the...
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Great to see local entrepreneurs taking advantage of the nine-month-old California Homemade Food Act. Here's a pic of a delicious gluten-free Coconut Macaroon made by Quail Run Bakery of Redding and on sale at Brew cafe at Yuba and...
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Or a bit of both? The Washington Post's Style section, here, tries to make sense of the parade of newspeople who've joined Team Obama. Excerpt: Peter Gosselin, an economics reporter at the Los Angeles Times, became Treasury Secretary Timothy F....
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Interesting take from AroundtheCapitol.com's The Nooner in its annual "legislators of the year" survey. Today's offering? Those most loyal to party values. Our own two North State senators both make an appearance: Senate Republicans 1. Joel Anderson - "Is not...
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I don’t know what those lessons might be, really. Wildland fire burns chaotically, and it skips some homes, and levels others. From Google Street View perhaps last Fall, this home looks fairly fire safe, all things considered. No brush or trees around it. Good access from the main road. Downhill and unseen h
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Not that locals are entirely above engaging in bad behavior, but I've repeatedly heard from people with an ear close to the ground that some of the worst problems related to marijuana growing are caused not by folks from the...
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For my 49th, I mean "Who's Counting?" Birthday Party, I decided to host a Sangria Party... {image source:  Pinterest} It's just something I love to do... host soirees, so to speak.  Fee
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A 77-year-old man reported missing after becoming separated from his daughter while driving south on Interstate 5 near Dunsmuir has been found safe, according to the Shasta County Sheriff's Office.
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A Tehama County man was arrested Wednesday afternoon on suspicion of indecent exposure after the mother of a 5-year-old boy told investigators the man was masturbating in her driveway.
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Two people suspected of shooting at a Chico man last week near Shingletown after an argument over a medical marijuana cooperative were arrested Monday in Texas, according to the Shasta County Sheriff’s Office.
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President Obama Speaks on the Affordable Care Act
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“Life is what happens to you while you’re busy making other plans.” John Lennon My Grandfather was a man of few words—a doer and not a talker. I remember his patience and forbearance. When I’d gripe, he’d listen, nod, and say. “It could be worse.” This drove me crazy. I wanted sympathy! I wanted someone [...
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The cooler temperatures and winds will remain today and Friday, according to the National Weather Service. Forecasters say today's high will be around 73 with winds up to 11 mph. Nighttime temperatures will hover around 51 with winds up to 10 mph. The winds will stick around Friday as temperatures rise to just 78.
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Apparently security has gotten lax at the Shasta Dam tour. Check out what went down yesterday. No, really, it was all on the up and up. Director Rene Perez is posting images from the zombie movie he's shooting around the...
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Artist Ron Black spent most of his life in the construction business, as a licensed contractor, working on fencing, water systems, animal enclosures, restoration of an 1860 stage stop hotel and many other projects. Black relocated to Shasta County three years ago. When his plan to expand his excavating business ended abrupt
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There’s long been a coffee shop adjacent to Déjà Vu Restaurant. However, in addition to being a spot to hang out while waiting for a table at the popular breakfast and lunch establishment, Javu appears to be carving out its own niche recently.
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It’s a pair of his-and-her New Year’s resolutions that spells out trouble: His is to kill his wife by year’s end; hers is to stay alive. Fortunately for all concerned, it’s a mismatched battle of wits that results in near nonstop laughter.
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It turns out there’s a little more to filling the shoes of a musical legend than donning a wig, learning a few chords and memorizing some lyrics.
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Yaadgar, the new Pakistani and Indian restaurant at Placer and California streets in downtown Redding, promises: “Just come once — taste will bring you back again.” Worked for me. Dropped in for dinner a week ago (had the goat curry korma) and I was back for lunch two days later (the lamb rogan josh).
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A personal review of the 2nd Redding Beer Fest
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The first-known place in Shasta County to use electric power was possibly the Gladstone Mine in French Gulch in 1894 when the entire works were lighted by electricity. In 1915, the mine was operating an electric railroad which included...
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A brief look at news from around the North State
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Local sports scores and briefs.
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The Northern Section's Executive Committee heard an appeal from the Sac River League on the 2014-16 conference realignment.
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Don't let the current cool-down fool you. Come and enjoy "Left Hook" at the Old Millhouse Deli for the last heat wave until next summer. Sat., Sept. 28, will begin the next, and quite possibly the last, heat wave of the year. From 5 p.m. until late, Redding's eclectic band, Left Hook, will
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For eagle watcher Renae Tolbert, Tuesday was a mixed day.
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That would be Woollett & Lamb of Sacramento, designer of schools, banks and other buildings around the north state. Their sin? Violating the priesthood's informal ban against advertising (heavens!). Back in those days, reputable outfits didn't do such things....
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In 1913: The Gladstone Mine at French Gulch, which was shut down more than a month for repairs and betterments, was soon going to resume operations with a full crew. The retimbering of the shaft was nearly done and all was ready for the installation of a mammoth hoist that was shipped from San Francisco.
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We always invest optimism beyond reason in the newest foreign dictator. Let's be hopeful for a thaw but remember the disappointments of the past.
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What do elections without massive fundraising and inescapable negative ad campaigns look like? Germany's. And they're a nice respite.
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Are you curious about upcoming changes to health care?
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Step up and walk, donate to help those with Alzheimer's disease at October fundraiser.
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Pets provide love, companionship -- and health benefits.
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Mirroring national and state trends, sales of new and previously occupied homes in Shasta County in August were up over a year ago.
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The governor has not declared a state of emergency for Shasta County because of the Clover Fire, but local officials say they're confident a declaration will come through soon, making the county eligible for grants to help pay for the disaster.
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Simpson University alumna Ariassa Wilson is playing professional basketball in Brazil. To get there, she's had to fight her way through family tragedy and more.
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There are fewer slots in Shasta Head Start preschool programs as the result of federal budget cut triggered by sequestration.
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Whiskeytown Lake is an enduring reminder of a time when the state was willing to invest in its future, and find a balance of conservation and development.
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The annual Gamer Changers event highlights innovative companies in the North State.
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Redding’s former public-access television operator is facing an accounting discrepancy of more than $110,000, according to a review sought by city officials.
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Crews are logging the area to improve forest health, reduce fire danger and raise money to maintain the OHV area.
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Redding Police put the wrong face to the crime in Friday’s Shasta’s Most Wanted inaugural release.
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A brief look at business news from around the north state.
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A commenter on today's editorial was. Here you go. My apologies for not thinking to post it earlier....
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Alongside the carnage of Pakistan's massive earthquake came a new creation: a small island of mud, stone and bubbling gas pushed forth from the seabed.
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The Shasta County Sheriff's Office today announced they've arrested a man featured in Shasta's Most Wanted, a program launched earlier this month to catch those who skip out on sentencing after being convicted of a crime.
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The California Highway Patrol has issued a silver alert for a 77-year-old man last seen Monday.
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A three-vehicle wreck is blocked westbound Highway 44 in Palo Cedro, the California Highway Patrol and California Department of Transportation reported.
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Authorities are heading to the area of Placer and Muletown roads on reports of one person trapped in a crash.
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Amazon is refreshing its lineup of tablet computers with new devices called Kindle Fire HDX, which are significantly faster and lighter than the previous generation.
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A 70-year-old man who escaped from a California prison 36 years ago has been re-arrested in Arkansas, the California Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation announced today.
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Did you know that, back in 1941 when the State of Jefferson movement originally stirred, the state's Department of Finance actually studied the numbers and found that -- then as now -- the money the state spent in the northern...
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I’m trying to get the word out about a camera theft in Redding,CA at the Sacramento River Trail. Below is more information as well as the link to the Facebook Page for the photographer. https://www.facebook.com/NorCaleagles?ref=stream&hc_location=stream Renae Tolbert I am struggling hard emotionally today about
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The Shasta County Clerk's office has you covered, according to the organizers of Saturday's event on Market Street in downtown Redding. From its announcement: A Marriage Pavilion will be available for those wishing to marry by a minister or a...
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State of Jefferson proponents like to claim that rural areas have no representation in Sacramento. Which is true as far as it goes L.A. County has far more clout than Siskiyou County -- but ultimately beside the point. Our institutions...
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A digital piano has been added to the Fireside Reading room at Redding Library.
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Redding Police say a man on AB 109 probation was taken into custody after a short chase that began with him reportedly using drugs inside a stolen vehicle filled with stolen property.
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Firefighters have reported a gas leak on Marilyn Avenue has been capped and evacuations and road closures are being lifted.
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The Shasta Damboree Committee's "special edition" publication marking the 75th anniversary of Shasta Dam lists some local businesses and institutions with similarly long histories -- Gerlinger Steel & Supply Co. (est. 1929), Jack's Grill (est. 1938), Shasta Lake Methodist Church...
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A loaner piano is just what every library needs. Now Shasta's will have one. No, you can't bring it home. But you can practice up in the Fireside Room. Very cool donation by the Piano Angels and friends....
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I love me the Sundial Bridge, but it was a calamity from a financial perspective --- running several times over its original budget. But I guess the star architect was just getting warmed up. The New York Times heads to...
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Victims of the Clover Fire are eligible for low-interest federal disaster loans. The U.S. Small Business Administration announced this week that the disaster loans are available to residents and small businesses in Shasta and the neighboring counties of Lassen, Modoc, Plumas, Siskiyou, Tehama and Trinity.
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I’ve heard that bit of Redding lore. If true, our backyard oaks are telling us to buy a new coat, and stack another cord of wood. Acorn production this season has become overwhelming.
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He calls it "the yellow brick road" because it's literally sprinkled with gold dust. This road runs along Cape Cod's shifting seafloor, and undersea explorer Barry Clifford believes it leads to undiscovered treasure from the wreck of the pirate ship Whydah.
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This cute HUD home first listed 70 days ago at $85K. Now, it’s less, and open to investor buyers.
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The Board of Supervisors meeting this day was brief and non-controversial.  The primary focus was on assistance for those affected by the Clover Fire in Happy Valley/Igo.    Supervisor Leonard Moty announced a Local Assistance Center, open Wednesday, September 25 and Thursday, September 26, from 10 a.m.
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The Redding Fire Department is advising residents to be aware of any suspicious activity in their area after two small arson fires this morning behind the Sandpoint Apartments on Hilltop Drive.
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I have been way too quiet about the arts in education for way too long. I know this is a kind of a bully pulpit and have tried to respect  that,  BUT, I feel the need to mount my proverbial soap box and say a word about the arts in education. I recently received a [...]
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Today's weather will bring a chance of showers with thunderstorms possible after 2 p.m., the National Weather Service reports.
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Redding, Calif. - Four years ago, when he gave his first State of the City address, Redding Mayor Rick Bosetti was forced to paint a rather grim picture: unemployment was at 14.6 percent, housing starts were reduced to a trickle and sales tax revenue was at Depression-era levels. Returning to the Civic Auditorium on Tuesday
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The Sac River League schools are appealing the National Conference's realignment submission.
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West Valley High's volleyball team hosts Yreka in a divisional match.
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Local sports scores and briefs.
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Kristin DePaoli had earned the right to end it herself.
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A brief look at news from around the North State.
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A look back in Shasta County time.
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Joey finished the Pacific Crest Trail, 2600 miles, Mexico to Canada, about 7 PM last night.
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If I owned -- or thought by right I ought to own -- a little piece of God's Country, and were putting it to practical use, I suppose I might spend my life fighting to keep it. That's what the...
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That is the hope of the Center for Biological Diversity, which announces the settlement of a lawsuit against the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service. ("Sue and settle" --- where have I heard that? Oh, right.) One of what the environmental...
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Redding's still suffering from the wallop of the Great Recession, but its momentum really is moving in the right direction.
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The public is finally starting to view President Obama as the dismal failure Republicans know him to be -- and yet the GOP is throwing away its advantage with a foolish standoff over defunding Obamacare.
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What a difference a year makes!
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Politicians once disagreed strenuously yet with civility and humor. What happened?
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The flat-out lies about the Affordable Care Act just won't die, though cursory research disproves them.
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A brief look at business news from around the North State.
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Shasta College's mascot -- crumpled in a winter storm last year -- is coming back bigger and stronger. Welding students are creating the new knights.
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As his 59-year-old father looked on, the Redding man who cut off his own hands with a radial saw after he allegedly stabbed his father with a pair of scissors was in Shasta County Superior Court today for a hearing in his attempted murder case.
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Dutch Bros. and Turtle Bay Exploration Park are teaming up for #caffeinateforacause on Thursday.
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What's a country whose diplomacy consists of waging war going to do?
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In an upbeat speech sprinkled with phrases like “on the rise” and “look to the future,” Redding Mayor Rick Bosetti today confronted an uncomfortable reality for local government.
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Five years ago, NorCal OUTreach Project marked its first Pride celebration by gathering on the Planned Parenthood parking lot.
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A Shasta County teenager acccused of stabbing his father to death has sued the county's mental health department, saying he got "substandard" care there the day before the stabbing.
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An Anderson man died after being thrown from his vehicle in central Kansas this week, said officers with the Kansas Highway Patrol.
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Trinity County Sheriff’s deputies said they arrested six people after raiding a for-profit marijuana garden in Weaverville.
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Firefighters quickly doused a small vegetation fire that broke out about 2 p.m. on Lower Springs Road at Highway 299, about 5 miles west of downtown Redding.
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The moves makes Modoc the second county to join in the fight to form the State of Jefferson.
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As his 59-year-old father looked on, the Redding man who cut off his own hands with a radial saw after he allegedly stabbed his father with a pair of scissors was in Shasta County Superior Court today for a hearing on his bizarre and grisly attempted murder case.
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Redding's State of the City luncheon gets under way this afternoon at the Civic Auditorium.
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Reports are compiled by Western Outdoor News. Call 800-290-2929. BEST BITES SACRAMENTO RIVER, Sacramento — Sacramento salmon fishing was even better than the previous week, and bank anglers fishing the Minnow Hole caught dozens of nice kings on Saturday throwing Flying “C” spinners. The Minnow Hole was good, too for b
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So far...at Yaadgar, the new Pakistani and Indian restaurant that took over the former Fuji Japanese location at Placer and California streets in downtown Redding. The Lamb rogan josh (pictured), "tender pieces of lamb simmered in yogurt, garlic, ginger, tomato...
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The following is a list of Shasta County’s Most Wanted for the week of September 22, 2013. Each of the listed subjects has been convicted in court and has failed to appear at sentencing.  Any person appearing on this list is urged to turn themselves into local law enforcement or the Shasta County Jail.  Any [...
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An 18-year-old man accused of stabbing his 42-year-old father to death in April has sued Shasta County and the Mental Health Department claiming a failure to accurately assess the teen before he fatally stabbed his father.
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Kenya's president today said the terrorists who staged a deadly attack on a mall have been defeated.
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5th ANNUAL FALL CLASSIC RACE & BBQ Oct 5&6 King of the Track & Junior Drag Racing League Oct 5 SUMMIT SUPER SERIES BRACKET RACING Classes include, Super Gas, Junior Dragsters & all Bracket Racers Saturday MCE Dyno at Redding Dragstrip! For more info on Dyno Testing call 530.934.3237
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A Monday afternoon fire that gutted a home in south Redding was caused by the misuse of electrical equipment, investigators said today.
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Check here for live updates from today's Shasta County Board of Supervisors meeting, where the board, among other things, will vote on an emergency ordinance to let victims of the Clover Fire rebuild without conforming to current zoning standards.
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Here’s a 1980 built 2816 sqft 5/3 located on the Salt Creek arm of Lake Shasta. We’ve been to this home. It was a rainy day, and we don’t recall seeing the lake from the home. But in the listing, it says you can see it. We recall the driveway as steep and the setting a very private 2.5
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Eleven years ago Laurie and I returned from Eritrea, Africa.  While there, any morning we could follow our noses to a bakery.  Getting fresh warm whole-wheat rolls wasn’t anything special.  It was ordinary and expected.  Upon returning to the States, we found that almost all the bread, fresh or in the
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Partly sunny skies with a high temperature near 75 degrees are in Redding's weather forecast today, officials with the National Weather Service in Sacramento say. There's a 40 percent chance of showers tonight and a 30 percent chance of showers on Wednesday.
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LOS ANGELES — Federal regulators announced Monday they are considering slapping a California utility with two violations for problems that eventually led to the permanent closure of the San Onofre nuclear power plant.
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Mountain bike riders aged 6 to 18 are invited to join the Bureau of Land Management, Redding Mountain Bike Club, and the folks from Shasta County’s, “Healthy Shasta” program for free guided bike rides on Sunday, Oct. 6, starting at 9 a.m. until about 1 p.m. at the Swasey Recreation Area in west Redding. Parents [...]
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Redding, Calif. - The Women’s Fund of the Shasta Regional Community Foundation will present two free community  forums on Thursday, October 10, 2013 in Redding, focusing on bullying and why addressing it is important.  Speaker Wayne Sakamoto, Safe School Director for the Murrieta Valley Unified School District w
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That we should all seem as carefree as this otter exploring the Sacramento River in Redding yesterday. Click on images to enlarge a bit.
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The latest Northern Section Prep Football Media Poll is released.
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A mobile home on the 5700 block of Olive Street in Happy Valley was destroyed by fire Sunday night.
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The latest Northern Section Prep Football Media Poll is released.
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West Valley and Redding Christian cross-country team members and coaches run Monday at Enterprise Park in Redding. Coaches were taking advantage of the lower temperatures to get runners ready to travel to the Stanford Invitational this weekend to compete with nationally ranked teams from all over the country. The high tempe
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When the surface gold began declining in their yields, miners began using high-pressure water hoses to break down the soil to get to the old streambeds and deep gravels. This new method became known as hydraulic mining or hydraulicking and...
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In the North State, one in 10 people ate food purchased with food stamps this year.
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Two people were arrested Monday night after law enforcement officers chased a van from Anderson to Redding at speeds up to 100 mph.
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The state fire-prevention fee has generated a lot of controversy -- but no noticeable money for fuel breaks.
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Business isn't booming everywhere in California, but in many areas good times are rolling again, putting the lie to those who've written off the state.
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Calling flat global temperatures a "wrinkle" in the theory of climate change is like calling a beheading a wrinkle on your neck.
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The Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change is finally admitting that other factors play a role in influencing global temperatures (solar emissivity, atmospheric particulates and "natural climatic variability").
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Saturday will mark 50 years since President John F. Kennedy landed on the deck of the Clair A. Hill Dam to dedicate the completion of Whiskeytown Reservoir and Dam as the final piece of the Trinity River Project.
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A brief look at business news from around the North State.
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What in the world were you thinking when you published the photo of the poor animal on the front page of Thursday's newspaper?
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Last week's forum was a great opportunity to learn more about the Affordable Care Act, but we all should take time to understand how the law affects us.
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Victims of the Clover Fire may get a little relief from Shasta County Tuesday if supervisors approve an emergency ordinance that would let them waive certain zoning and building codes while rebuilding their homes.
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An official with the Shasta Growers Association says his organization is moving too slowly in its selection of a new site for the Redding Farmers Market next year.
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The park being built in Highland Park in Redding is the first of its kind since 2008.
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A fire gutted a single story home on Branstetter Lane today, about 1 1/2-miles from Highway 273.
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Date of birth: Aug. 23, 1991 Height: 5 feet, 10 inches Weight: 180 pounds Brown hair, blue eyes Charge: Robbery
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The state and the Shasta County Board of Supervisors on Monday jointly announced a local resource center for Clover Fire Victims that will take place Wednesday and Thursday.
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Shot these images of fishermen in Redding from the Sacramento River trail yesterday. Glorious day for a stroll after a Fall rainstorm. Click any to slightly enlarge.
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This sure sounds fun (an email just received): Redding's 1st Annual 24 Hour Playwriting Competition!! Presented by: Harris Studios Date: Saturday, October 12, 2013 Time: 7pm Location: Old City Hall Arts Center, 1313 Market Street, Redding Ticket Price: $12 Come...
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Q. Is there a difference between trust and faith? If so, what is the difference and what practical effect does that difference make/have? You see, the difference between trust and true faith is that faith has eyes and trust doesn’t. Trust is really the precursor to faith. Trust inspires true faith. Because trust is the on
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Minor injuries were reported in a two-vehicle traffic accident at the intersection of Victor and Hartnell avenues in Redding in which one of the vehicles overturned.
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Redding Police reported they've arrested a man sought in connection with the launch of "Shasta's Most Wanted," a program launched last week by local law enforcement to catch habitual scofflaws.
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The lawyer -- a Shasta County public defender by day -- who won the case upholding folks right to hand out copies of the U.S. Constitution in front of the library might have a new client if he has the...
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Love Letters, a play by A. R. Gurney, will be performed at Old City Hall on September 27  and 28 at 7:30 p.m. and on September 29 at 2 p.m.  The play follows the lives of two wealthy neighbors, one a staid lawyer, the other an unstable artist, from second grade through adulthood.  This BENEFIT FOR [...]
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Intuitively we knew it was a good month. It was very busy at our brokerage, and now we have the numbers to show that display it. As usual, below are the number that go into the chart.We are generally seasonal, so if we hold to prior seasonal patterns, it will slow as we roll into the holidays. But sti
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Thanks to you all for your kind words about Edith Ann. After 19 years, it's so odd to not have her climbing into my lap every time I sit down, and I still feel the loss. It was her time to go. She just wore out. Two weeks ago, September 9, it was 106F/41C with a hot, dry wind. That was the day the
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Here’s a Fannie Mae foreclosure in a gated equestrian/airport/fishing/swimming community. Lake California is described thus: “A gated private community located in Northern California mid-way between Redding and Red Bluff. Access to the community is restricted to property owners an
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One lane of southbound Interstate 5 in Red Bluff and the Antelope Boulevard onramp remain closed this morning after a big rig loaded with PVC piping overturned just after 6:30.
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Some of you may have noticed there’s been a lot of roadwork going on Parkview Avenue, just south of the Redding Civic Center. The City of Redding has resurfaced the street with a nice, fresh overlay and taken the opportunity to put Parkview Avenue on what’s commonly known as a “road diet.” The term road [...]
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Forecasters say it'll be a bit warmer today in the Redding area. The National Weather Service predicts a high of 81 degrees and a low tonight of 59 degrees. Skies should be mostly sunny during the day and partly cloudy at night. On Tuesday, expect a mostly sunny day with a high around 76 degrees.
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In 1913: The cheese factory at McArthur, which had the reputation of turning out some of the most excellent cheese in Northern California, received an average of 1,700 pounds of milk daily. The average output was 170 pounds of full cream cheese daily.
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Olive Street at Scout Avenue has been closed as firefighters battle a house fire tonight in the area of Olive Street near Scout Avenue in Happy Valley.
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A mobile home on the 5700 block of Olive Street in Happy Valley was destroyed by fire Sunday night.
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“Great” conditions prevailed Sunday for the 38th Whiskeytown Relays.
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Redding police early Sunday morning arrested a 22-year-old mother on suspicion of methamphetamine possession and child endangerment after they say she incorrectly reported her son’s diaper rash — allegedly the result of her neglecting him — as sexual abuse from her boyfriend.
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The first bald eagle of the season was sighted Sunday at the "family tree" nest near the Highway 44 bridge over the Sacramento River in Redding.
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The Federal Reserve chairman is trying to warn House Republicans back from a fiscal disaster. Will they listen?
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The Rim Fire has renewed calls for thinning forests to reduce fire risk -- but that's a misguided approach. If anything, California's forests need more fire.
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It's past time for the United States to get over the idea that it can shape the world and impose democracy.
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Thanks to the Sheriff's Department for able help in a diving disaster -- and our condolences to the family of Ken Smith.
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KKRN has been on the air for two years with a mix of local and syndicated shows.
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LAGUNA BEACH — Some of surfing's biggest names aren't just catching waves. They're also talking about making them.
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WASHINGTON — Stung by public unease about new details of spying by the National Security Agency, President Barack Obama selected a panel of advisers he described as independent experts to scrutinize the NSA's surveillance programs to be sure they weren't violating civil liberties and to restore Americans' trust.
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SAN FRANCISCO — Jim Harbaugh's former quarterback outplayed his current one, hands down.
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CHICO -- Police shot and killed a 19-year-old woman who allegedly tried to run over an officer.
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Redding police early Sunday morning arrested a 22-year-old mother on suspicion of methamphetamine possession and child endangerment after they say she incorrectly reported her son's diaper rash - allegedly the result of her neglecting him - as sexual abuse from her boyfriend.
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Fire crews this afternoon are heading to the Anderson area for report of several small blazes visible from Interstate 5.
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CNN is reporting this afternoon that three of the attackers holding people hostage in a Kenyan mall are Americans.
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Went for a drive a few days ago in the Gas Point/Igo/Ono areas after the fire. Came across a ditch that I believe might be the very historic Eagle Creek Ditch. When it was built in approximately 1853 it was...
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NAIROBI, Kenya (AP) — Kenyan security forces launched a "major" assault late Sunday on the upscale Nairobi mall where an unknown number of hostages were being held by al-Qaida-linked militants, in an operation officials said would end the two-day standoff that had already killed 68 people. Kenya's military said late Sunda
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For the next 24 hours, my collection of flash fiction, "Troublemaker" is available for download at Amazon for $1.99. Get it before Monday's official release for $1 off list price.
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Today should be mostly sunny with a high near 74 degrees, the National Weather Service says. A light and variable wind will blow around 6 mph in the afternoon. Tonight will be partly cloudy, with a low around 59 degrees. A south-southwest wind is expected around 6 mph becoming north-northwest after midnight. Monday should b
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Date of birth: Feb. 7, 1970 Height: 5 feet, 9 inches Weight: 180 pounds Blond hair, blue eyes Charge: Narcotics possession
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Date of birth: July 3, 1983 Hight: 6 feet Weight: 222 pounds Brown hair, blue eyes Charge: Burglary
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Date of birth: Aug. 23, 1989 Height: 5 feet, 10 inches Brown hair, brown eyes Charge: Narcotics possession
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Date of birth: June 6, 1989 Height: 5 feet, 6 inches Weight: 175 pounds Blond hair, green eyes Charge: Narcotics possession
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Date of birth: Dec. 17, 1979 Height: 6 feet Weight: 175 pounds Brown hair, green eyes Charge: Narcotics possession
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Authorities seek five who have not appeared for sentencing.
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In 1913: A conflagration at Keswick destroyed four houses close to the Mountain Copper Co.’s hospital. All of the houses were vacant and how the fire started was not known but it was thought the work of hoboes or tramps making use of the premises.
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Shasta College football hosted Butte Saturday in a rivalry game at Memorial Stadium.
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Sunday Morning Quarterback breaks down Friday night's high school football comings and goings.
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Local sports results and briefs.
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A roundup of North State news briefs.
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Even as secession-minded northerners argue for more local control of government decisions, the state is smoving in precisely that direction -- but the results aren't always pretty.
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To oversimplify things, conservatives want to build better people while progressives want to build a better state. Which approach has yielded better results?
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Preventing bullying and giving a safe space to children who don't easily fit gender norms isn't a "burden." It's a duty of public schools.
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Teen girl wonders whether to tell parents that her stepsister may be suicidal.
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Shirley and Gene Farley of Redding celebrated their 50th anniversary on Aug. 24, 2013, with a cruise to Alaska with family and a surprise party hosted by family at the Moose Lodge in Anderson. They were married on Aug. 24, 1963, at the Assembly of God Church in Anderson. Shirley graduated from Anderson High School in 1962.
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Find inspiration from Norman Rockwell artwork to celebrate American aspirations as set forth in the opening phrases of the Constitution.
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Melissa Duncan and Derek O'Brien-Wood, both of Chico, are engaged to be married Sept. 13, 2014, at Merryman's Beach House in Trinidad. The bride-elect is the daughter or Ray and Dina Duncan of Redding. She is a 2003 graduate of Enterprise High School and is a graduate of Johnson & Wales University with a baking and past
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Dennis and Patricia Myers of Cottonwood, celebrated their 50th wedding anniversary Aug. 24, 2013, enjoying the beach in Eureka. The couple was married Aug. 24, 1963 in London, England. Dennis and Pat met by chance in London and were married six months later with Pat's family and their friends in attendance. Dennis was in th
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It's always refreshing to find a new California writer, but "Killing at Cotton Hill" by Terry Shames is also a delightful story, filled with sympathetic -- and not-so-sympathetic -- characters in a well-described setting.
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The Shasta College football team hosts rival Butte at 6 p.m. at Memorial Stadium.
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How does one characterize Republican plans to deny medical care to millions, put the U.S. into default and shut down the government?
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Another mass killing. Another wave of politicians who seem to live for these tragedies.
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There are, of course, legitimate uses for guns, but guns are still lethal weapons used to threaten or kill people, and there need to be heavy restrictions to keep them out of the wrong hands
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Is the federal food stamp program hopelessly bloated? Or is it doing its job of easing the worst effects of poverty amid a still-rotten economy?
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If Obamacare is so good, why have the leadership of the Democratic House and Senate talk to President Obama and manage to get themselves and their staff exempted from the program?
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Property owners in the wildland-urban interface need to take responsibility for keeping their homes fire-safe.
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Silas Lyons on the paper's newfound commitment to Facebook, plus a new way to fight crime and an excuse to buy great coffee.
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Kids can sign up for numerous camps and computer programming classes as well.
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Cliff Bishop at 90 still cuts a young, adventuresome figure.
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What used to be a stressful task has turned into a delightful joy.
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Q. Are dental or vision plans affected by the Affordable Care Act?
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Simpson University has had four names and been in three locations in its 92 years. It's been a part of Redding since 1989. Where is it headed and will the college's $19 million debt affect how it can grow?
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Simpson University has had four names and been in three locations in its 92 years. It's been a part of Redding since 1989. Where is it headed and will the college's $19 million debt affect how it can grow?
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How did the Honus Wagner T206 tobacco card become the Holy Grail of card collecting?
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Highway 299's westbound lanes are blocked near Buckhorn Summit by a pickup that overturned this afternoon.
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Redding Beer and Wine Festival organizers canceled today's event in downtown Redding due to heavy rains.
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(Edit: -Well that was quick! We brought an acceptable offer to the seller on Saturday, and so now it is Pending Sale. We can sell yours too.) We’ve listed a beautiful home in Pacific Heights for just $429,500! Click to enlarge any of these images:
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Redding Police say officers arrested a pair of men after finding them armed with a stolen pistol, brass knuckles and two meat cleavers.
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We recall this one as once the home of some friends. It’s got a great in-law setup. Kitchen of in-law unit It’s in a nice neighborhood west of Redding named Montgomery Ranch. It’s an area of larger, upscale homes on acreage, yet only minutes from Redding proper. Also located near desi
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Here’s a video of local volunteers in yellow t-shirts spelling out “75″ from atop Shasta Dam to celebrate the 75th anniversary of the structure. It seems a good time was had by all. If you’re curious to see what it looked like from that helicopter, there’s a link here:
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PHOTO: A hummingbird hovers near hummingbird sage (Salvia spathacea). As I write, the first rain of the fall season (which coincidentally begins according to the calednar on Sunday the 22nd with the Autumnal Equinox) is cheering up the forecast. The whole North State seems to breathe a sigh of relief. The color green will b
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Redding-area residents can expect rain showers today with thunderstorms possible after 2 p.m., the National Weather Service says.
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SAN FRANCISCO (AP) — A burglar who tried to break into an ATM at a bank in San Francisco was arrested Friday after he hopped onto the roof of a nearby building to escape and fell into an apartment, police said.
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Enterprise High football hosts Central Valley in the Record Searchlight's Game of the Week.
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Corning High football hosts Red Bluff in the annual Tehama County Shootout rivalry game.
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High school football leads the roundup.
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A brief look at news from around the North State.
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Enterprise High football looks to keep rolling to start 2013 in hosting local foe Central Valley.
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The Red Bluff High football team travels to Corning on Friday for the Tehama County Shootout rivalry game.
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Who knows? When it's complete, Redding's shiny new airport terminal might even draw a new carrier to fill the space.
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It's not "our" water just because we happen to live in the northern half of California.
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American excellence is real, but was achieved at a cost our children will pay for a lon time.
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A brief look at business news from around the North State.
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Q. I've heard it's possible to grow vegetables all winter here. How can I get started?
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Find out how to keep ants and deer at bay and a nifty trick to keep flowers upright.
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Thomas Lawrence's weekly College Notebook column breaks down college athletics in the North State and beyond.
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Mike Morton has a fair-sized garden at his home in French Gulch. In the 50-foot by 30-foot garden Morton grows egg plant, crenshaw melon, tomatoes, cherries, pumpkins, squash and carrots. Along the side of the house he grows corn.
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Forecasters expect a drop in temperatures after Saturday's storms.
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Shasta College football hosts rival and NorCal titan Butte Saturday at 6 p.m. at Memorial Stadium.
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Shasta County’s unemployment rate in August went down slightly after two consecutive monthly increases, the state reported today.
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24th annual Ducky Derby poised to make big splash.
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In 1913: Ernest Rodison and Clyde Brown, heads of the Redding electric company, announced they would start the construction of a plant and building for a dry process laundry near Oregon and Placer streets. A dry laundry was a co-operative wash and it was not in competition with steam or French laundries.
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The four small fires led to a traffic backup on Interstate 5 early today.
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The integrity of Simpson University's leaders has been called into question. Concerns at the college are intertwined with the firing of the dean of Simpson's seminary and the sudden departure of Larry McKinney as president.
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The integrity of Simpson University's leaders has been called into question. Concerns at the college are intertwined with the firing of the dean of Simpson's seminary and the sudden departure of Larry McKinney as president.
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Inside Haven Humane Society’s vet center lay five cats — victims of the monster Clover Fire. Flames singed off their whiskers, burned their fur and charred their paws — and they need homes.
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A Cottonwood radiologist has settled a complaint filed against him by the Medical Board of California over alleged impaired driving, public intoxication and shoddy record keeping, the board reported today.
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Scott Mobley, former RS weather guru, reacts to last week's column on our north state weather: Wolfgang Rougle makes a great point -- summer is a hard time in the valley, especially the northern valley with its desiccating north winds,...
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The following information is from my "Dictionary of Early Shasta County History" book: Shasta Dam and the powerplant at the base of the dam are listed on the National Register of Historic Places. Was unofficially first called Kennett Dam, Coram...
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Will this help or hurt the cause? You've got to wonder....
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Pie and ice cream at Rudy Racki's ice cream parlor (est. 1937). He reputedly named it the Big Dipper because he gave you a big dip of homemade ice cream with your pie. Ken Dalton, new owner of the Big...
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Thought I would fool everyone with that photo. But that was not to be. Fatboy80 guessed it correctly as the Pit River Bridge. Congratulations to him for guessing it correctly and winning a $10 gift certificate at Ortega's Mexican Restaurant...
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Returning to its roots in downtown Redding, Cheesecakes opened Tuesday in the Pine Street School building, in the former Pio Loco/Old School Restaurant space. A pic of the lunch crowd today (Friday)....
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Low humidity and gusty winds prompted the National Weather Service to issue a Red Flag Warning for parts of Shasta County and northeastern California early this after.
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I get the Prairie Home Companion newsletter every week, and it always includes a column by Mrs. Sundberg. I used to think she was Garrison Keillor's alter female ego, but apparently she is an actual real female person, writing somewhere in Minnesota. She's on Facebook too and writes interesting tidbits here and there. Inter
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Skip Murphy, a photographer moonlighting as a Realtor, has some images here....
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Students have been cleared to return to Shasta College's science building after a more than half-hour evacuation.
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What is this? 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 can be...
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Firefighters this morning quickly contained a trio of vegetation fires along northbound Interstate 5 between Hilltop Drive and Highway 299.
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Because Greenbelt sounds so much better than Adjacent To Wildland Fire Hazard. We are further informed that this home is the result of a foreclosed reverse mortgage. So that means there may be specific HUD rules affecting an acceptable offer price and closing costs distribution. Let us know i
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Strolled about Shasta Dam with a few others yesterday evening, and took these interesting images illuminated by the light of the Harvest Moon. Harvest Moon over Shasta Dam by Skip Murphy. Click to slightly enlarge
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A Redding man was arrested early Friday morning after crashing his vehicle into a tree, injuring himself and two passengers, while driving intoxicated, police said.
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To be alive in the world is to possess a priceless gift of self-awareness. Usually we take this for granted. We are not normally in awe of the fact. It is easy to yawn and shrug at the incredible and stunning truth that we are alive on a round rock that is rotating at a 1000 miles an hour at the equator.
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A chance of rain is in the forecast for Friday and part of the weekend, with skies due to clear up Sunday.
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He sits at the end of the bar at The Whiskeytown Roadhouse, racking up a tab and drowning his sorrows. He learns from his mistakes, really, he does.  And he believes in the continual pursuit of education.
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In 1913: The University of California planned to hold a farmer’s institute in Carter’s Hall under the auspices of the Cottonwood board of trade the following week. Speakers would talk on the culture of alfalfa, olives, dairy, poultry, English walnuts, plants and the care of deciduous orchards.
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One driver was arrested on suspicion of DUI at a checkpoint conducted Thursday evening by the Redding Police Department.
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Previewing high school football's Week 3, led by the Record Searchlight's Game of the Week: Central Valley at Enterprise.
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Area roundup features local sports results and announcements.
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Coverage of an Eastern Athletic League high school girls golf meet.
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A brief look at news from around the North State.
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Four panelists addressed the Affordable Care Act and its impact on health insurance, the uninsured and small businesses in Redding on Thursday night.
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M-S-R Public Power Agency, the power-purchasing alliance of which Redding Electric Utility is a part, is being audited by the Internal Revenue Service.
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Fire crews were called out this evening to a vegetation fire that's near Stanislaus and Chaparral drives west of Redding.
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A knock at the door and I was just handed two of the commemorative cellophane-wrapped Twinkies handed out at this evening's POP building ribbon cutting. On one side it reads: "POP: 41 years and counting! Serving our community longer than...
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Assemblyman Brian Dahle's pragmatic streak on environmental issues in Sacramento -- such as support a Democratic-led fracking bill -- is already starting to show benefits for the North State.
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Zealous concern for the civil liberties of the severely mentally ill all too frequently leaves them to suffer untreated -- harming themselves and others.
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The tea party's activists helped the Republicans win a House majority -- and now the tea party is the problem?
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Keswick Reservoir is one piece of the Central Valley Project and is also the afterbay of Shasta Lake, about nine miles downstream from Shasta Dam.
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The new owner of a building that housed the now-shuttered Northern California Veterans Museum and Heritage Center in Redding has posted on the Internet an exchange of emails he had with the museum’s attorney in an attempt to tell his side of the story in the failed lease negotiations.
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Only 69 acres have burned on the Shasta-Trinity National Forest this year, compared with 54,720 acres last year.
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AT&T is offering $5,000 to anyone who gives information leading to the arrest of thieves that have been targeting the company's power poles in the Redding area.
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Bullying drove my daughter out of her school but brought no consequences on the kid causing the problem.
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Find things to do this weekend in the North State.
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An auto body shop staffed by jail inmates has earned Tehama County its first Challenge award from the California State Association of Counties.
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Redding's march of one of more than 200 worldwide on Saturday.
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A brief look at business news from around the North State.
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Health care, insurance and public officials are at a meeting tonight to answer questions about the Affordable Care Act during a public forum at the Shasta County Board of Supervisors chambers in Redding.
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The $8.7 million expansion-remodel project is supposed to be done by early next year. Airports Manager Rod Dinger shows off the new United Express counter at the north end of the terminal (formerly the baggage claim area) and the new...
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Fire crews contained a vegetation fire off Lake Boulevard and Oasis Road in northwest Redding near Buckeye Park.
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Redding Police say a man was arrested on weapon charges this morning after officers received reports of him threatening people and riding a bike near the Redding Aquatic Center.
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I'm down with a head cold today, so I figured I'd take it easy & make a little aromatherapy using rosemary snipped from my yard.  Anise, nutmeg, or any of your favorite spices can be added as well.  Just toss them in a pan with approximately 16-24 oz of water and let it simmer.  Your house will smell love
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The California Department of Forestry and Fire Protection's Siskiyou Unit and the Klamath National Forest are offering up to $20,000 for information that leads to the arrest of whoever caused the Salmon River and Butler fires.
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The evacuation center for those affected by the Clover Fire is closing at 8 p.m. today, according to the Red Cross of Northeastern California.
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This popular stopping place was once located approximately one mile north of the present day Lack Creek Bridge on Dersch Road. William W. L. Smith acquired the property and had the place built in 1858. It served emigrants, stages, freighters,...
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Mt. Shasta Mall Fall Job Fair is scheduled for Thursday, September 26th from 10am-2pm. Over 25 local employers will be on-site ready to hire!
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Julie Malik, whose family owns the Damburger on Placer Street, sent me this e-mail: "... we are donating $10 gift certificates to the dam workers and $5 certificates to the families that attend the luncheon on Saturday. (I'd be...
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The ever-rising cost of a college education and that mountain of student debt leave some people lately questioning whether they payoff is really still there -- if it's still the best way to improve your life prospects, whatever else the...
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That would be Grand Theft Auto V, according to this item in Variety. My last experience with a video game was Pong at some Redding pizzeria way back in the day. Shows you how out of touch you can get....
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Tehama County deputies say they arrested an Orland man Wednesday night on suspicion of being a felon in possession of ammunition.
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AT&T is offering a $5,000 reward for anyone with information that leads to the arrest and conviction of whoever has been stealing copper cable from the company's utility poles in the Redding area.
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California's public health officer, Dr. Ron Chapman, is warning people with soy or milk allergies not to eat Semifreddi's almond or chocolate-dipped almond biscotti, as batches of those types of biscotti may contain unmarked soy or milk products.
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A Texas appeals court tossed the criminal conviction of former U.S. House Majority Leader Tom DeLay on Thursday, saying there was insufficient evidence for a jury in 2010 to have found him guilty of illegally funneling money to Republican candidates.
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I learned last weekend that I’M AMERICA’S NEWEST CYBER THREAT! How do I know? Twitter was so kind to tell me when they suspended my account for “aggressive behavior.” Aggressive? HELLO! I WAS FOLLOWING PEOPLE. That’s what you do on Twitter, right? In fact, most of the people I’d clicked on were ones THEY’D REC
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We recall this one listed in 2012 as a (failed) short sale for $159K. How are short sales priced? Presumably truck not included Short sale list prices are usually generated by the listing agent, who presumably has done some research into present market value. The shorted lender will need to agree
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Police and medics this morning headed to the Redding Walmart store on Dana Drive, where a man was reportedly writing on a bathroom wall with blood from his own feet.
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Today will be warm and sunny however the weather is expected to take a turn Friday, with a slight chance of rain and cooler temperatures.
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The Shasta County Board of Supervisors approved a resolution at this meeting to consider amendments to the County’s ordinance regulating the growing of marijuana for medical purposes. This action initiated a process of 2-4 months that includes staff drafting of an ordinance, Planning Commission consideration of a proposed
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Since childhood, artist Kseniya Beliaeva has liked calligraphy, ornaments, Japanese prints, Indian drawings (Aztecs and Mayans) and Celtic patterns. These artforms have affected her work and provide inspiration for her drawings and paintings. This month and next, this eclectic Belarus-based artist is showing her work in Red
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Karaoke never really went away. Neither has Redding’s Show Boat Lounge.
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Redding will be happily awash in beer celebrations in the coming week, with Viva Downtown’s 17th annual Beer and Wine Festival kicking off the foamy fun on Saturday and Catalyst’s Redding Beer Week putting a cap on things eight days later.
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Here’s a tasty way to celebrate Shasta Dam’s 75th anniversary: Drop in for breakfast or lunch at the Big Dipper Cafe, “smack dab in the middle of” Shasta Dam Boulevard in Shasta Lake, a cozy little place that’s been feeding the locals since 1937, the year before construction began on the dam.
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In 1913: Two quartz mines at Whiskeytown pounded daily away on rich gold quartz — the Jack Strode and Gambrinus mines. More development work was going ahead on the Strode Black Hawk mine.
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Local sports scores and briefs.
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Simpson University volleyball hosts La Sierra in a nonconference matchup.
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A look back at the Shasta-Butte College football rivalry, and the Knights' last win.
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A brief look at news from around the North State.
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COTTONWOOD — One of Shasta County’s most valued — and contested — natural resources took center stage Wednesday night among a panel of experts who fielded questions about a local district’s decision to send water to Southern California.
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The Older Americans Act has grown to become a major source of funding for nutritional services and social programs for seniors since it was enacted in 1965. It also includes funding for research in the field of aging and protection of seniors’ rights.
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When kids are small, there should be no debate: youth sports should be all about fun.
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In a hurry to get breakfast ready for the kids? Here's a quick way to provide a wholesome and nutritios meal that can be eaten on the go.
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LOS ANGELES (AP) — High-diving seabirds known as blue-footed boobies have suddenly expanded their range in California.
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President Obama's leadership problems -- in Syria and elsewhere -- run a lot deeper than style.
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In a world of growing water scarcity, will we need more Shasta Dams?
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Already feeling the summer heat from higher water temperatures and lower stream levels in the Klamath River, migrating Chinook salmon are also facing outbreaks of toxic algae.
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A brief look at business news from around the North State.
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The political arguments over the Affordable Care Act are going down to the wire. Whatever you think of the law, though, it's time to start getting acquainted with the details of what it will mean for your family.
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The two-hour panel will attempt to answer questions and clarify the Affordable Care Act.
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The Tehama County Board of Supervisors this afternoon denied the bulk of a baker’s dozen of appeals filed by medical marijuana growers accused of not complying with county pot laws.
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Shasta County Supervisor Les Baugh is holding a community meeting this evening on the sale of water from the Anderson-Cottonwood Irrigation District canal to the San Joaquin Valley.
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Picture taken around one o'clock this afternoon on Yuba Street. It wasn't supposed to be this way. From the June 15, 2005, Record Searchlight (emphasis added): Timepiece to keep Eaton legacy alive - Leadership group wants to place it...
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Tehama County sheriff’s officials today confiscated 28 dogs they said were abused from a home in Red Bluff while serving an eviction notice at a home in south Red Bluff.
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Trying to gin up formal local support for the drive emerging from Siskiyou County to split off a new state from California, Redding City Councilman Patrick Jones last night suggested that the Redding City Council should discuss endorsing a new...
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Sometimes you need a healthy reminder that California is just that -- to the extent that water is the basis for life and civilization. Bill Patzert, climatologist at the Jet Propulsion lab in Pasadena (and, yes, thus a resident of...
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Here's an item from Ed Rullman's recap of yesterday's meeting of the Redding Merchants Crime Watch group: Kyle Ritter from Mugshots was there and he spoke with Sheriff Bosenko about ways to fix the site so we can get Mugshots...
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Two teenage boys escaped from Trinity County Juvenile Hall Tuesday night and have yet to be found, the county's probation officer said.
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Police have reported two people are in custody in connection with a possible robbery of Dairy Queen customer in the Redding restaurant's parking lot late this morning.
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Redding police officers will hold a driving under the influence checkpoint somewhere within city limits Thursday, the police department announced today.
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OTTAWA, Ontario (AP) — A double-decker bus collided with a passenger train in Canada's capital Wednesday, ripping off the front of the bus and killing six people, police said.
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Given Redding’s strong emotional, financial, geographical and recreational ties to Shasta Dam, any talk of raising the dam by 181/2 feet is certain to raise eyebrows, if not outright concerns. Those concerns and questions were plentiful Tuesday night when the Redding City Council met to consider its comments on the Bureau
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So if you are interested in a 333′ x 647′ parcel with a small home, you found it.
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Temperatures today will remain relatively cooler, with a high of 87 degrees in Redding.
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In 1913: After withstanding the first three serious fires in the history of Keswick, the two stories and basement bakery of Leonard Schmidt was destroyed by fire at 10:20 p.m.. The building and contents carried $700 of insurance through John Witherow of Redding.
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The North State’s “State of Jefferson” movement picked up steam Tuesday night with Redding leaders agreeing to discuss breaking away from California.
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John, welcome back to anewscafe.com. You're somewhat of a regular here, mainly about your barbecue classes. And if I live to be 100 I'll never forget the time you roasted a whole pig. I think the last time we spoke was last year, when you barbecued Prather Ranch meatballs for the Harvest Sampler. Pl
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Local sports briefs and results.
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Woman crashes into
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Central Valley High's volleyball team hosts West Valley in a nonconference match.
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Anderson High volleyball hosts Mercy in a nonleague, inter-division matchup.
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IGO— Victims of the Clover Fire had a chance Tuesday night to hear from organizations and agencies that are offering help.
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On both sides of the divide over marijuana-growing divide, local licensing has real appeal. Whether it's legal is another question.
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The minimum wage simply prices those with few marketable skills out of jobs -- when a job is often the best way for them to pick up skills.
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Kevin Askeland's biweekly North State Notes column.
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Shasta County supervisors today decided to move forward with a new medical marijuana growth ordinance, but it's not yet known what that ordinance will look like.
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Medical marijuana growers from 13 properties will appeal findings that they aren’t following Tehama County’s pot ordinance at a meeting Wednesday.
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Shasta Dam is an engineering marvel that controlled floods and supplied power and irrigation water -- but we're still learning how to overcome the damage it's done to the Sacramento River's native fish.
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Police will begin distributing a list of people wanted for not showing at sentencing after being convicted of crimes.
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A two-alarm fire at Redding's city corporation yard was contained quickly tonight.
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A 31-year-old Igo man has died after his motorcycle collided with a car this evening near 13141 Platina Road in Igo.
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Firefighters say they're battling a blaze behind some homes on Martian Way this afternoon.
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Food, music and Bocce Ball in September
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A review of Madden 25 for the iPhone.
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Talented kids from the North State battle it out at the Mt. Shasta Mall Talent Showcase. Shelby Crawford, Kyle Thompson and Kellen Cox take home the money!
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Dr. Brian Hooker joined Simpson University’s faculty in the summer of 2012 with an extensive background in chemical engineering and biology.
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A stalled big rig that blocked traffic on southbound Churn Creek Road at East Cypress Avenue has been cleared.
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Reports are compiled by Western Outdoor News. Call 800-290-2929. BEST BITES SACRAMENTO RIVER, Woodfords—Fishing on the mid- and upper sections of river from Chico to the Barge Hole had been very good, but got even better this past week, as most guides were catching limits or near limits. Most fish are still very bright be
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A Feb. 4 trial date was set Monday in Shasta County Superior Court for a trio accused of conspiring and carrying out an attack on a pregnant Redding teen last year.
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"Located smack dab in the middle of the road" in Shasta Lake. A year older than Shasta Dam. More in Thursday's DATE....
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Q. What do you believe is God? God is a personal being, not a force, idea or concept. He is the all-knowing, all-powerful creator of all things visible and invisible, created by the mere exercise of his will for his own glory. He is perfectly good, just, wise, gracious, and holy. He is sovereign over every bit of his creati
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Waterfalls are magical, always. But nearby Burney Falls has no equal as the most magical of all local waterfalls. Water springs forth from the earth itself, only to fall to mist from a beautiful basalt cliff. With Summer’s tourist season over, but before new snow falls, you
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Edith Ann, 1994-2013.
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Check here for live tweeting from the Shasta County Board of Supervisors meeting, where board members Tuesday morning will discuss moving forward with a more strict medical marijuana growth ordinance, possibly by banning outdoor cultivation altogether.
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Because really nothing about a home says “buy me” quite like a large red DANGER label. Yes, that is one of the actual MLS marketing images. Below is the lead image, however:
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Anderson City Council member Susie Baugh will host a community Town Hall meeting on Wednesday, September 25, 6 PM at the Anderson Community Center, 1887 Howard Street. Do you have concerns about your neighborhood? Wonder how code enforcement is handled? How does my local fire department work? Concerned about the homeless si
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A woman crashed her car into a power pole this morning on Lake Boulevard in Redding, according to initial reports.
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Growing Local, Healthy Shasta and First United Methodist Church present a premiere screening of the film, "A Place at the Table" Saturday evening. From the creators of "Food, Inc.", this documentary asks the question "Why are almost 50 million Americans hungry and why are 23 million kids overweight and h
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North Valley Bank will be helping the Salvation Army to support the firefighters and fire victims of the Clover Fire.   Our local NVB branches will serve as drop off locations. Here are the current needs. Protein snacks – individually wrapped protein bars Jerky Sports drinks Non-perishable pantry items (canned o
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WASHINGTON (AP) — A dozen people died in a shooting rampage Monday at the Washington Navy Yard. It was the deadliest attack at a domestic military installation since November 2009, when an Army psychiatrist killed 13 people and wounded 30 others at Fort Hood, Texas. Early Tuesday, the stories of some of those who died sta
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Today we speak with Rich Tough, a Redding printer and artist who's competing in Martha Stewart's annual American Made contest. Readers may also recognize his wife, Gwen Tough, who has a blog about her chickens here on anewscafe.com. Welcome to A News Café, Rich. Before we start talking about the contest, can you
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Forecasters say it'll be another sunny and cooler day compared with recent highs in Redding. The National Weather Service predicts a high of 82 degrees and a low of 57 degrees. On Wednesday and Thursday, things are expected to pick up slightly to the upper-80s and low-90s, but forecasters predict a highs in the low 80s agai
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What effects will raising Shasta Dam have on water and energy supply costs in Redding?
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Shasta County Supervisor Leonard Moty will hold a community meeting tonight for victims of the massive Clover Fire in the Igo and Happy Valley areas.
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The latest Northern Section Prep Football Media Poll is released.
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1913: Ray Logan, farmer at Pacheco, who recently burst into print and fame because of his prowess as a rattlesnake slayer, is currently the uncrowned king of the midway at the California State Fair for being able to knock the maiden over backwards into a bucket of water in one of the midway booths.
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Local sports scores and briefs.
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If a teenager commits a crime serious enough to be tried and sentence to an adult prison term, should he nonetheless have a shot, some years down the road, to prove he's changed and earn parole a little earlier than...
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Firefighters are headed out to Gas Point Road in Cottonwood to a report of a transformer explosion and power lines knocked down in the area of Shirley Street, about 2 miles west of Interstate 5.
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A brief look at news from around the North State.
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The Redding Area Bus Authority has agreed to look into offering discounts to military veterans.
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In his talk yesterday about the Affordable Care Act, one of the wrinkles that Dave Jones, the California insurance commissioner, stressed was how the law isn't necessarily great for young people --- because of rules that narrow the premium gap...
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Whether young people sign up for insurance and whether a new army of advisers is adequately overseen are two critical challenges facing the health care law's rollout.
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Feelings may run high today in some places, but there's no way an annual fire fee can arouse the same deep feelings as slavery did a century and a half ago.
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I know the real reason for the banning of lead bullets, and it's not for the protection of condors or any other animals.
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Have an unused motor home or trailer? It could help a fire victim.
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See who was at what recent event in the North State.
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There's a new book out on rock climbing that has an appeal beyond followers of the sport.
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The ramp to eastbound Highway 44 from southbound Interstate 5 in Redding was blocked for about 1 1/2 hours this morning after a truck rolled, according to the California Highway Patrol.
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SHASTA LAKE — A Sept. 8 fire that burned about 53 acres and came dangerously close to homes as it swept through heavy and dry vegetation off Lake Boulevard may have been the work of an arsonist.
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Is Russia offering to take Syria's chemical weapons so it can sell more of the conventional variety?
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Shasta County supervisors Tuesday will again consider looking into banning outdoor marijuana grows, as well as some other updates to the county's cultivation ordinance.
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One week after the Clover Fire tore a 12.6 square-mile swath of destruction near Happy Valley and Igo and killed one man, fire investigators have yet to determine what caused the blaze.
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A Redding doctor criminally accused of oversubscribing painkillers has had his medical license temporarily suspended.
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Thanks to generous donations, Shasta Lake's library is improving service and -- soon -- moving.
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Big salaries for government don't ensure quality.
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Remember the awful hail storm that passed through the Fall River Valley about a month ago? And seemed to stop right above the Fort Crook Museum complex and let loose with a barrage of hail stones that were as big...
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Yaadgar Restaurant opened over the weekend in the former Fuji Japanese space on Placer. Look forward to checking it out. Here's the web site. Was it named after a popular Hindi film?...
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As in Habit Burger Grill. Won't (former "Buzz on the Street" partner) David Benda be thrilled. Here's why. He and I received this e-mail today from Mark Dutton: Hi David, Just an update on the Habit coming to Redding -...
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Tehama County deputies say they arrested a Los Molinos man Friday night after they found him carrying 89 Methadone pills.
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Tickets are still available for this year’s 26th annual State of the City luncheon.
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A Redding doctor accused of oversubscribing painkillers has had his medical license suspended.
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WASHINGTON (AP) — The D.C. mayor says 13 people have died in the shooting rampage, including the gunman.
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Remember when a person was called a conspiracy theorist? Now they call them Whistle Blowers.  True that it’s not paranoia when it’s the truth!
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Firefighters this afternoon have contained two separate blazes in Cottonwod that together burned about 3 acres, according to initial reports.
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Could there be a more endearing pitch to raise money for the victims of the Clover Fire than this video done by the Corning Lions football players and cheer squad? I think not. But if you find one, please share....
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The ramp to eastbound Highway 44 from southbound Interstate 5 in Redding was blocked this morning after a truck rolled, according to the California Highway Patrol.
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Anderson City Councilwoman Susie Baugh will hold a town hall meeting Sept. 25 for residents to meet and share concerns with local officials.
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FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE SHERIDAN, Wyo. – Thom Gabrukiewicz’s first collection of flash fiction, Troublemaker,
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Not quite half price for a property that had once been a Sacramento River Bed & Breakfast.
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Bill Morrison passed away peacefully September 10th, 2013. He was preceded in death by his loving wife Janice. A native of Redding, CA, Bill was born July 10th, 1935 in the Hotel Redding to parents
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IGO, Calif.—As residents left homeless by the Clover Fire sift through rubble, tales of narrow escapes and altruistic neighbors continue to emerge from a community rallying to absorb and rebuild.  The 8,073-acre blaze, which scorched about 11 square miles of woodland hills south of Igo in southwestern Shasta Cou
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A Cottonwood man accused of murdering his wife last year is scheduled to be in Shasta County Superior Court today for a hearing to determine whether his Oct. 1 retrial remains on schedule.
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Forecasters say it'll be another relatively cool day today in Redding, with a high of about 88 degrees under sunny skies. At night, expect a low of 61 degrees. The National Weather Service reports that things will cool down even more on Tuesday, with a high of about 82 degrees.
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In 1938 thousands of hard working people arrived in rural Shasta County to build a dam, and to build a dream. Promising flood control and relief from droughts, Shasta Dam was to be the keystone of the massive Central Valley Project, and would forever change California. For many though, it was so much more personal. [...]
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1913: 250 citizens from the Igo-Ono area appeared before the board of supervisors to present a largely signed petition asking that improvements be made on the Kingsbury-Igo Road.
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Fire officials say the Clover Fire west of Redding is fully contained as of Sunday morning.
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Far down Gas Point Road and in front of the Igo Store....
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The Ascension Project Women's Pro Challenger at Sun Oaks Tennis and Fitness wraps up with the singles and doubles finals on Sunday.
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Redding runner Ben Keck captured first place in the men’s division of the NorCal XC Challenge held Saturday at Simpson University.
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The Ascension Project Women's Pro Challenger at Sun Oaks Tennis and Fitness wraps up with the singles and doubles finals on Sunday.
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A clubhouse at the Clover Creek Preserve will raise the profile of the Shasta Trinity Fly Fishers and bring an important new amenity the city could otherwise not easily afford.
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Get beyond the disinformation campaign led by Republican politicians.
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The bottom line: Urban southern counties will never let their water source go.
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We are 1 million people who simply don’t matter to Sacramento.
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Bob Madgic erroneously claimed that there was "no more real debate that exists in the scientific community" concerning man-made global warming.
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SAN FRANCISCO — In the coastal redwood forests of central California, scientists trying to unravel the mystery surrounding the reproductive problems of dozens of endangered condors think they have uncovered the culprit: the long-banned pesticide DDT.
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WASHINGTON — Lawmakers assessing the agreement on Syria's chemical weapons argued Sunday about whether President Barack Obama was outfoxed by the Russians and had lost leverage in trying to end the civil war, or whether his threat of military action propelled the breakthrough.
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California Insurance Commissioner Dave Jones discussed the federal Affordable Care Act in Redding on Sunday with a message for those who aren't in favor of the plan.
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The Redding Area Bus Authority board of directors will be presented two proposals Monday that alter routes in response to the public’s desire for fewer transfers and more direct routes to key places.
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Someone reported this afternoon that their vehicle was shot at in the Shingletown area, and deputies are now searching for the suspects in the area of Frey and Hobart roads off Deschutes Road near Highway 299.
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Redding police say a local transient robbed the Eureka Way Subway restaurant at knifepoint late this morning. The man, Daniel J. Torrez, 53, has since been arrested.
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Brother Raphael, Brother "Deacon" Placid, Deacon Pat, Father Paul Liz, Mackenzie, and I had a wonderful time at the monastery today. What a beautiful and peaceful place. It was so nic
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California Insurance Commissioner Dave Jones will give a presentation on the federal Affordable Care Act today in Redding.
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"The only escape from the miseries of life are music and cats." -- Albert Schweitzer "What greater gift than the love of a cat." -- Charles Dickens...
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Fire officials say the Clover Fire west of Redding is fully contained as of this morning.
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Valley temperatures will drop into the 80s this week, the National Weather Service is reporting. Today's high will hover around 88. At night, temperatures will fall to about 61 degrees. Monday will bring a high of 88, while Tuesday will be a cool 83 degrees.
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Southern Shasta County's supervisor, Les Baugh, is seriously keen to roll back the marijuana growing in the county. From an email he's sending around regarding Tuesday morning's board meeting: Shasta County Neighbors: The time has come. It's time to say...
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In 1913: Rural mail delivery for Redding and Anderson was going to be authorized very shortly, permission having been granted by the post office department to substitute a motor car for the horse-drawn vehicle in use.
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A roundup of North State news briefs.
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Sunday Morning Quarterback recaps Week 2 of high school football season, starting with the West Valley-Enterprise game.
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The Pro Challenger tennis tourney at Sun Oaks Tennis and Fitness hits the homestretch with Saturday's singles and doubles semifinals.
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Area roundup brings together local sports results and briefs.
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Reclamation's stated goal of enhancing recreation and claims of a surge in visitors at a larger Lake Shasta doesn't square with plans to shrink the number of marinas and other lakeshore facilities.
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The intent of a bill establishing new rights for transgender students is to reduce bullying in schools and help transgender students feel more "comfortable" on campus. It will likely do neither.
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The State of Jefferson was always an ingenious publicity stunt. Its latter-day promoters should go ahead and embrace it.
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On Sept. 8 grandparents were celebrated with their own special day, the same date that marked the 13th anniversary of my father's passing and my niece's five-song set at an annual local arts and crafts festival.
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It's never a good thing to damage one's house, car and bikes all at the same time.
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Planned obsolescence is a time-honored concept, one that I learned not to accept back in my childhood years.
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A boy bullied at former high school hopes for a fresh start. The panel offers him tips on how to do that.
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You're in a hurry to get somewhere or to finish something, and suddenly that darn zipper breaks! Here's something that can fix it in a jiffy.
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Shasta Dam and its lake have cast an indelible imprint on Northern California for the past 75 years, standing as an important interface between the natural and human environment.
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David and Carol Waters of Palo Cedro celebrated their 50th anniversary on Aug. 17, 2013, with a lunch hosted by their children at Red Lion Inn in Redding. The couple were married on Aug. 17, 1963, in Christ Church in Quincy, Mass. They moved to the Redding area in 1968. David worked for U.S. Plywood, Champion International
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Jim and Velma Nile have forged a life shaped by outdoor adventures.
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While the Internet gives you the ability to help any cause that touches you, it also makes it confusing to narrow down where your contribution can make the most difference. Luckily there are some great tools available online to help you get started making the world a better place.
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There have been a few changes in how Medi-Cal eligibility is determined.
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Word is the bank that owns the beleaguered Deer Creek Manor subdivision in Shasta Lake is working on a purchase agreement with a developer.
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The annual Redding Beer & Wine Festival is Sept. 21 in the Market Strete Promenade.
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Even before it takes full effect, the Affordable Care Act is already changing the way companies offer benefits. What's the effect on workers?
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Where's "Doonesbury"? Taking a longer sabbatical than originally expected, but the strip will return.
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Most Republicans I talk with love the idea of splitting California and most Democrats don’t. But there is good reason for all of us to support a division.
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s local businesses close and move out of their facilities, the skeleton buildings are too often scooped up by speculators who are non-local faceless entities with no commitment or interest in “community.” That is the case with the Veterans Museum’s plight.
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If the primary objective is really an economic one, then raising the dam makes sense. But if it is really the fish and the people, we will need to make family planning education a major component of the discussion.
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A two-vehicle collision blocked China Gulch Drive and Canyon Road in Anderson this afternoon, the California Highway Patrol reported.
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Was never convinced that lack of money was the sole reason Bosenko pulled the plug on those inmate photos. He would've been on more solid ground, IMHO, had he argued that he did what he did because online mugshot web...
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                    Members of the B.I.T.C.H. (Babes In Total Control of their Happiness) Club of French Gulch join Robin Birmingham (kneeling, second from left), and her mother (standing, far right) at a giveaway station across from the Igo Store on Saturday. Club members p
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Here’s a Fannie Mae foreclosure with a newer remodeled kitchen.
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I just got my fall stock of garlic seed while at the National Heirloom Festival in Santa Rosa from Sarah Shimizu of Gypsy Farm (707-502-9509, sara_mizu@yahoo.com) a garlic seed grower. I got three new-to-me hard neck varieties - a head of Bangkok, Sonoran and Vekal. Their cloves are fat and firm and faintly pink and [...]
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The Clover fire has been  contained , a haze of smoke still visible at a distance  the smell of fire lingers in the air as more Residents are Returning Home. I have had the opportunity to document this disaster and sorry to say that these photographs are a portrait of what many families will return [...]
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Nearly a week after the Clover Fire erupted, firefighters have almost fully contained the blaze and are set to start opening up all roads by Saturday night.
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Temperatures this weekend will start out hot but will significantly drop Sunday and stay cooler throughout the coming week.
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Thomas Lawrence's weekly College Notebook column.
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Friday night's West Valley-Enterprise football game meant much more than bragging rights. It could determine which team may be the area's first bowl game representative.
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Enterprise High football hosts West Valley in the potential Northern Section game of the year.
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Shasta High football looks to bounce back from a tough loss in hosting North Coast Section's Del Norte of Crescent City.
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Previewing Shasta College football's first road game of 2013, a date with Gavilan of Gilroy Saturday afternoon.
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Friday night football highlights area roundup.
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A brief look at news fro around the North State.
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In 1913: A man who was purportedly walking from San Francisco to New York passed through town. As a sample of his fakes, he rode from Red Bluff in an auto with Bert Smith and then got out and walked a lively step through town.
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In 1913: Price Brown, who was employed as mill man at the Midas Mine for the past 15 or 20 years, mistook his wife for a chicken last Saturday, and as a result she is now lying in the company’s hospital with a bullet wound in her right leg.
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Enterprise High football hosts West Valley at 7:30 p.m. in what could be the Northern Section's game of the year.
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Five days after the Clover Fire erupted to nearly 11 square miles in just four hours, emergency personnel continue to work on containing the fire and salvaging what’s left.
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Dan Walters, in today's newspaper column: We now know the answer: Unions, particularly those representing public employees, tightened their already strong grip. Well, Democrats tighten a lock on Sacramento, that's exactly what you'd expect, right? But wait, there's more. The...
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Fire Crews continue to clean up Clover fire area disaster , and prep for Evacuees to return .          
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The North State's assemblyman has shepherded a bill giving owners of fire-prone, overstocked forests a bit more flexibilty to manage their land.
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Is our parched, overheated summer the season when we -- and our gardens -- should be hunkering down in dormancy? So argues farmer and writer Wolfgang Rougle.
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A heavy fine for the San Bruno gas explosion will only hurt the utility's financial stabilty -- and thus its ratepayers.
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The SmartDay program puts the squeeze on ratepayers on the hottest days -- precisely when they most need air conditioning.
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Q. Recently I'm finding unsightly brown spots on my lawn. Could insects be causing this?
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Since summer has decided to hang on I thought I am probably not the only gardener out there who has grown tired of all the high water bills. So this week I am writing about watering tips. I hope helps you out.
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Redding resident Christine Hamstad is new to organic gardening, but she already has a system in place to help her garden thrive. She shares images of her garden and some of the produce that she harvested this summer.
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Established in 1974, People of Progress in Redding provides emergency services to the needy.
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The Winnemem Wintu will enter the limelight at the Cascade Theatre Saturday night as one of eight tribes worldwide battling to keep their heritage.
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SACRAMENTO — A former Redding business owner accused of falsifying drug test results for commercial drivers pleaded not guilty Friday during her arraignment in U.S. District Court.
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Bosenko said he's open to the possibility of donations.
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A chart in the Record Searchlight says Tehama County has a "College Educated" rate of .12 percent. Give the county a little credit.
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Previewing Shasta College football's first road game of 2013, a date with Gavilan of Gilroy Saturday afternoon.
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Thomas Lawrence's weekly College Notebook column.
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The ugly influence of politics is trumping science when it comes to federal wolf recovery. The federal government shouldn't cave to powerful special interests.
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"An energy statement that's easier to read?" Could have fooled me.
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A brief look at business news from around the north state.
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The mystery photo is the ore crusher at the El Dorado Mine located in the Whiskeytown National Recreation Area. toe2toe guessed it correctly at 10:33 a.m. Thanks everyone for playing. And congratulations to toe2toe. She has won herself a $10...
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Parents of students at North Cow Creek Elementary School in Palo Cedro were advised today that they'll need to make slight adjustments in their plans to pick up children after a water main break that closed the school's parking lot.
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Heard yesterday that Cheesecakes Unlimited could be moving this weekend from the Safeway Center on East Cypress to the former Pio Loco/Old School Restaurant space in the Pine Street School building downtown. If not this weekend, I was told, the...
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We are now posting listed local Shasta County and greater Redding home rentals on a page at our realty website. Free. It should grow more valuable as listings are added, and should hopefully be more reliable than Craigslist. Speaking of Craigslist, here is an alert fo
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Because the Clover Fire is in the mop-up phase and is expected to be fully contained by Sunday,  this will probably be one of our last Clover Fire updates. However, watch for upcoming after-fire stories here on anewscafe.com in the next few days by myself and reporter Candace Brown, as well as slideshows of s
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What is this and where is it located? 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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This one is being auctioned. The price seems merely a suggestion. There is no further information provided about the terms. We’ve helped buyers purchase from this particular auction house before, and we learned by trial and error. We can help you avoid the error part. Buying from auctions o
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The Clover Fire that exploded Monday and left nearly 200 buildings destroyed as it burned from the Igo area south is now 80 percent contained and didn't get any bigger overnight, according to the California Department of Forestry and Fire Protection.
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I am terrified of fire. A lot more terrified than I let on most of the time. But I don't think my fear of fire is unwarranted, nor do I think it's unhealthy. I have what I am going to call a pretty healthy respect for fire, and it comes from experience. One particular experience, [...]
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Temperatures will start out hot this weekend but then drop, ending the weekend in the high 80s.
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Huh. Assemblyman Brian Dahle announced just two days ago that he was introducing amendments to a bill that would expand legal exemptions to speed forest thinning projects aimed at curbing wildfire risk -- primarily (and most controversially) by increasing the...
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The Record Searchlight previews the prep football Games of the Week, led by West Valley at Enterprise.
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Enterprise High volleyball hosts Paradise at Manatowa Gymnasium.
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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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The Whiskeytown Roadhouse is a little bit haunted.  The spirits aren't evil; they are restless, weary and sad. Some nights, after Dan serves you a drink  -- or two or three -- if you listen carefully, you might hear the soft strains of "The Ghost Miner's Waltz" played on a distant piano.
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Simpson University men's soccer hosts conference foe Marymount, looking for its first win of the season.
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T.J. Holmes' weekly column.
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Some residents were allowed back to their homes for the first time Thursday since the Clover Fire broke out on Monday, sorting through their charred belongings for anything salvageable.
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Little Country Church may need a name change. The church plans to expand and will develop the remaining seven acres of its 14-acre site.
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The steel backbone of those who brave the smoke and flames can help keep neighbors safe. But for a house? For stuff? It's not worth it.
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The president of the United States takes to the airwaves to urgently persuade the nation to pause before doing something it has no desire to do in the first place.
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Our diverse views and the unpopularity of compromise can make a political breakup the most sensible alternative.
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A science lesson for Shasta County Supervisor Bill Schappell.
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Seventy-five years ago construction started on the mighty Shasta Dam.
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Take part in runs and a family triathlon this weekend as well.
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SACRAMENTO — A former Anderson police officer facing life in prison if convicted of raping a Millville woman he was taking to jail in May 2010 won’t be going to trial next month.
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Ken Smith died Sunday trying to retrieve a piece of underwater equipment stuck in Lake Shasta.
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RealtyTrac reported that foreclosure activity in Shasta County shot up in August.
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Somebody has made a profit on every war the USA has fought.
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Donors' generosity enables Raining Cats N Dogs to keep saving the lives of all the unwanted animals in our area.
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It is important to ask for references and a license number before hiring a contractor to rebuild your fire damaged home.
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Joe and Terri Bourland walked through the gate at their Nedra Lane home, ready to head into town.
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A brief look at business news from around the North State.
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Shasta County Supervisor Leonard Moty will hold a community meeting Tuesday for victims of the massive Clover Fire, which has burned nearly 8,000 acres in the Igo and Happy Valley areas.
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As the R-S' Damon Arthur reported yesterday, the big eye-opener out of the Bureau of Reclamation's hearing in Redding the other night was Lake Shasta resort owners' frustration at recently learning -- from the Forest Service -- that a number...
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NASA's pioneering spacecraft, after a voyage of 36 years, has finally left the solar system. Details here. An excerpt from the Gold Record on board, greetings from Earth in 55 languages:...
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In response to today's letter endorsing a separate state for rural Northern California, commenter "direwolf" asks the critical question: Could anyone give any specific examples of how the economy of Jefferson would benefit if we we to be free of...
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The Redding Active 20-30 Club is announcing the annual “Theme Contest” for the 2013 Redding Lighted Christmas Parade. The Parade will roll out on Saturday, December 7th at 6:00 pm this year at its usual downtown location (rain or shine). Each year a theme is chosen which exemplifies the spirit of the Christmas Seas
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The West Central Landfill on Clear Creek Road will remain closed to the public today as fire crews continue to battle the Clover Fire.
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People of Progress’ three-year building renovation is now complete. A ribbon-cutting ceremony is planned for Thursday, September 19th from5:15 to 6:00. The public is invited and refreshments  will be provided. The building had major deficiencies but has now been painted inside and out; energy efficient ligh
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The Anderson Rotary will host a benefit barbecue for victims of the Clover Fire on Sept. 22 at Anderson New Technology High School.
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Three hunters walk into a wood. A fourth follows, unbeknownst to them, to capitalize on a hunting tip he originally mocked but now suspects to be valid. The age-old tale of friendships forged and fractured by hunting adventures the world over. Two years after making a mock hunting music video (THE EPIC HUNTING RAP htt
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There has really been a shortage of fixers lately, so this one is attractive. We’ve noticed a distinct shortage of fixers making it to market lately. Fixers have always been a good source of inexpensive housing for buyers unafraid of jumping in and doing some repairs. It is a good way to ad
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The California Department of Forestry and Fire Protection has offered details on a plan to repopulate the areas devastated by the Clover Fire, which broke Monday and has since burned nearly 8,000 acres.
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Today is expected to be mostly sunny and hot with a high near 96 degrees, according to the National Weather Service.
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THURSDAY A.M. UPDATE: New overnight information from CalFire reports a dramatic increase in the number of homes lost in the Clover Fire; from Wednesday's figure of 37 to the new count of 68 homes destroyed. About 128 outbuildings have been destroyed. The fire is 65 percent contained. Some evacuated residents may be all
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There’s always something to celebrate at Alger Vineyards & Winery in Manton. This time, a party will be held from noon to 6 p.m. Saturday and Sunday to honor the release of the ’09 Cabernet Sauvignon. And while you’re there, why not have a meal? There will be a gourmet pizza bar, salad and a bottle of the ’09 Ca
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Redding musician Jonathan Foster just returned from “The Sabbatical,” a 32-day road trip in honor of his brand new full-length record "Sabbatical." The 12-show, 8,000 mile cross-country tour from California to New York allowed him to see old friends, play in new cities and meet new folks who identified with the songs. E
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Boz Scaggs is not from Memphis, but when he went on a pilgrimage to the musical Mecca on the Mississippi to record his latest record, he knew he was home.
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Good news: Senor Rosas has moved from the funky hole-in-the-wall it had on Eureka Way for 20-plus years to the old Leatherby’s location at Placer and Market streets in downtown Redding, where it has more space for diners, longer hours, a bigger kitchen and a much expanded menu.
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In 1913: A magnificent 175-pound dressed buck was the victim of a shot from Frank Darrah’s rifle as it came bounding down the hill to the salt grounds in response to the calls for cattle at the Dunham cattle camp on Cow Creek, where he had spent several days riding after cattle.
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Firefighters were called out this evening to a possible fire at the end of Archer Road near South Fork Road, west of Igo, but crews determined it was a false alarm.
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Local sports scores and briefs.
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The September 10 Board meeting began with an update on the Clover fire, which exploded Monday and has destroyed or damaged 110 buildings and by Wednesday had consumed roughly 7,000 acres.The Board committed to identifying whatever help the county could provide to persons affected by the fire, and indicated th
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But when it was Portuguese Flat it was a rip roaring place. And before that it was called Shenanigan's Gulch. In historic times it was located six miles north of Dog Town beside the Sacramento River Road, now it is...
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Authorities Wednesday identified a man who died just days after his birthday in the Clover Fire, which now has scorched 7,993 acres and burned more than 120 structures near Igo and Happy Valley.
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Authorities Wednesday identified a man who died just days after his birthday in the Clover Fire, which now has scorched 7,993 acres and burned more than 120 structures near Igo and Happy Valley.
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A brief look at news from around the North State.
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A 49-year-old Round Mountain woman accused of allowing a burn pile fire to escape last year was granted a delay in her trial this week after a Shasta County Superior Court Judge decided it would be hard to pick a jury as the 7,012-acre Clover Fire was spreading fiery destruction just a few miles southwest of the courthouse.
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The Shasta Dam overhaul is reviving old historical wounds. Maybe it's time to treat them.
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Still wondering whether Hillary Clinton will take the plunge and run for president? This week's speech was everything but the formal announcement.
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Last week's editorial dismissing the state of Jefferson is weak at best and says, in effect, that we should continue the status quo and not rock the boat in earnest because "that's the way we've always done it."
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Drugs are rampant in Redding. The legalization of marijuana has caused a grave issue as it has increased other forms of crime.
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A special forum on California's changing health care system will take place Thursday, Sept. 19 at the Shasta County Board of Supervisors Chambers, 1450 Court St., Suite 263 in Redding from 6 to 8 p.m.
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Various doctors can regularly screen you for various conditions to catch issues before they become significant problems.
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Nickel and Neosporene among items many develop allergies to. Derrick Adams shares what popular salve may be next.
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The Igo Store serves as a community gathering spot - and an important source for information - for victims of the Clover Fire.
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Sometimes all the news seems to be dark, remote, costly, painful and beyond any reasonable explanation. Here is an item that is quite different.
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A Redding doctor under fire for allegedly prescribing medications excessively and unlawfully writing prescriptions for painkillers adamantly proclaimed his innocence today following a brief hearing in Shasta County Superior Court.
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As the nation observed the 12th anniversary of the Sept. 11, 2001 terror attacks, the North State held its own memorials today recognizing the deaths and sacrifices made that infamous day.
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Mountain Gate at Shasta in Shasta Lake would feature 1,600 homes and 200,000 square feet of commercial space.
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The Redding Police Department's new station cleared another hurdle. Officials are planning on construction next spring.
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A brief look at business news from around the north state.
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The Shasta Wine Village will come before the Shasta County Planning Commission for a rezoning request.
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The Sun Oaks Pro Challenger tennis tournament continues in Redding.
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On 09/10/2013, late in the evening hours, the Shasta County Sheriff’s Office notified the Coroner’s Office in regard to a deceased subject located within the burned area of the Clover Fire. The location was identified as Coal Pit Road, where officer’s were conducting a welfare check. They found the burned remains
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The Shasta County Coroner's Office has identified a man who was killed in connection with the Clover Fire west of Redding.
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That's what Steve Pyne, fire historian at Arizona State University, said on NPR's Science Friday last week: "Much of the concern I hear in the fire community now is that we're too late. You know, it's out of control. We're...
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I have no idea how much weight a survey of Indian language and cultural practices might carry in setting today's wildlife policies, but proponents of wolf reintroduction are touting this Sonoma State University anthropological survey as evidence that wolves once...
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Officials have confirmed a death in the more than 7,000 acre Clover Fire burning near Happy Valley and Igo.
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A 51-year-old Redding man who pleaded no-contest in August to voluntary manslaughter in the death of his brother last year was sentenced Tuesday in Shasta County Superior Court to 22 years in prison.
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Broker Erin Rader’s husband Aaron of Rader Excavating volunteered time and equipment to help construct the new outdoor sport court at Redding’s terrific YMCA. Also shown hard at work is our good friend Dan Cook, husband of fellow Realtor Nedra Cook. Great example of local community spirit! Thanks also to KRCR for
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Today we travel to nearby Red Bluff for a foreclosure on a pond. Looks like a private setting, on a shared pond. Although it appears there is a fence across the pond. Californication style. Representing the interests of the bank/seller is foreclosure listing broker Doug Juenke. He writes:
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Happy Valley schools will be open today after having been closed Tuesday due to evacuations from the Clover Fire.
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The Anderson Police Department is seeking help from the community in learning more about a Tuesday night incident where shots were fired.
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Temperatures today will stay below the triple digits with high of 95 degrees, the National Weather Service reports.
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The 12th anniversary of the Sept. 11, 2011 terrorist attacks will be observed with formal ceremonies today in Redding and Shasta Lake.
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Recap of the first round of the Ascenion Project Women's Challenger pro tennis tournament at Sun Oaks Tennis and Fitness.
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What's to say about 9/11 that hasn't been said already by someone somewhere? Everyone has their opinion, their own experience, their own take. If you look at my archives you will see my ruminations on it - not every year, because like my late mother said about Pearl Harbor, it wasn't any fun the first time, why would I want
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Local sports scores and briefs.
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The number of marinas on Shasta Lake would drop from nine to five, if the height of Shasta Dam is raised 181/2 feet, one business owner on the lake testified Tuesday night.
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A brief look at news from around the North State.
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Shasta College men's soccer team hosted Delta College in a nonconference match on Tuesday.
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IGO: Tues., Sept. 10, Day 2 of the Clover Fire.  About  5:30 this afternoon I got a chance to take a drive up Clear Creek Road to take a look at  the fire damage. When I got to the intersection of Clear Creek, Platina and Placer roads I came across several families waiting for officia
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Here’s how you can help victims of the Clover Fire and those organizations who are helping them:
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Reporter Joe Szydlowski is at tonight's informational meeting for residents. Officials will provide an update about the Clover Fire at the meeting held at First Baptist Church in Cottonwood.
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Learn how to memorize the Bible like the ancient Israelite's with Prof. Tom Meyer at Shasta Bible College in Redding (1-800-800-4SBC). Meyer, who has memorized over ten books of the Bible will be able to equip you with the proper tools on how to memorize the Word of God.
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Learn about the Archaeology and Geography of the Holy Land with Prof. Tom Meyer
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Art history comes to life at Liberty Arts show "Homage". Don't miss the event of the season! Friday, September 13, 2013
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Firefighters say a garage has caught fire in Anderson this evening.
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The Legislature wants to save scavenging birds by phasing out lead ammunition. Is it stoking fire danger in the process?
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As a nation, we still haven't drawn the right lesson from the 9/11 attacks.
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Terri McGee shares recipes she and her friend created based on a trip to Europe. Learn more at her upcoming cooking class next Monday.
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In 1913: Ten beautiful Shasta County trout, taken from the hatchery at Baird, were frozen in the heart of a 300-pound cake of ice at the Zeis ice works and the cake would be taken to Sacramento to appear in an exhibit at the state fair.
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How do you streamline the state's cumbersome and costly environmental reviews for your big-ticket project? Befriend the right politicians.
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In the wake of the devastating Clover Fire in Happy Valley, tales of courage and sacrifice from neighbors, friends and even strangers have emerged along with all the tragedy.
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On the 12th anniversary of the Sept. 11 attacks, Joe Maikranz recalls his visit to Washington, D.C. that day.
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What would you like to say to the firefighters who have been fighting back the Clover Fire in triple digit heat and averting an even greater disaster?
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The American Red Cross will move its Clover Fire shelter to an Igo church tonight after a community meeting on the blaze that's scorched 7,400 acres.
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A Happy Valley resident who set out to find out how close the Clover Fire was to his home, got a video of the approaching fire. The clip he posted on Facebook provides a closeup view of how fast a wildfire moves.
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Senor Rosas has moved into the old Leatherby's space (at Placer and Market) with an expanded menu, including this delicious Cubano sandwich (pictured) and Mexican-themed artwork like this piece by Ashley Funk-Breedlove. More in Thursday's DATE magazine....
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  By Elizabeth Henry Photo Credit: Elizabeth Henry It’s the beginning of a new semester and, for some, a completely new experience as a college student. Whether a new or returning student, we
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Firefighters say they have contained a blaze at just over an acre at the Swasey Recreation Area west of Redding today.
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Here’s a really nice manufactured home in an active adult 55+ community in northwest Redding
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By Elizabeth Henry     Photo Credit: Elizabeth Henry     This week is National Suicide Prevention Week. When reading statements like that, it can be easy to tune out and think that this subject has little to do with you because often
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After several years of discussion about how to push back against barred owls that are invading the habitat of northern spotted owls and displacing the federally protected birds, the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service is out with a plan for...
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A 29-year-old Los Molinos man was arrested early Tuesday at Rolling Hills Casino for public intoxication and possession of a controlled substance and drug paraphernalia.
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A community meeting to provide an update on the 27,416-acre Butler Fire on the Klamath and Six Rivers national forests will be held at 5 p.m. Wednesday at Forks of Salmon in Siskiyou County.
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Gov. Jerry Brown has secured a federal fire grant that will allow agencies battling the Clover Fire in Shasta County to get reimbursed for a large portion of their costs.
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A 25-year-old man suffered life-threatening injuries after being struck by a train in Red Bluff.
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Yesterday at 12:40 I was here at the computer when I heard a siren. I stepped outside and saw an immense billowing smoke that seemed fairly close. Twenty minutes later I went to the post office, and the postmaster was slamming the window shut. She had just gotten a call to evacuate. "I didn't get a call," I said. "It
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Reports are compiled by Western Outdoor News. Call 800-290-2929. BEST BITES KLAMATH RIVER, Klamath Glen — Salmon and steelhead are pouring into the estuary, and anglers fishing the spit are catching limits of big salmon. However, there still has not been a big movement of fish upriver because of sea lions, heavy netting,
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With the Clover Fire destroying up to 80 structures and burning over 7,400 acres, many residents have found themselves displaced and without any belongings.
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The Trinity Repertory Singers of Simpson University invites community members to join its chorus as it begins its 2013-2014 season.
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A ballet based on the true story of a 911 survivor. A portion of the proceeds will be donated to the local volunteer fire department.
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KUIA Mt. Shasta Mall Talent Showcase Season Starts Friday September 13th!!
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On October 11th, six playwrights will spend the night writing a 10-minute play. After one day of rehearsal, the plays will be performed on October 12th in front of a live audience. A panel of judges and audience members will vote for their favorite play, and prizes will be awarded!
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The north winds that contributed to the destructive growth of the Clover Fire on Monday are expected to continue through the afternoon today then change direction.
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Many agents might hold their cell phones the other way when photographing a home for sale.
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Temperatures today will be hot and sunny, continuing on in the triple digits.
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The latest album from Shasta County country folk duo Still Married, Whiskeytown Roadhouse, is being released one song at a time online. The husband and wife duo is giving away the all-downloadable collection of ten tunes at their website: www.StillMarried.Net.  Every Friday, through October 25t
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You’ve probably heard the philosophy that if only you would just pursue your passions and live your dreams, then your business would fall into place and making money would finally and easily, start to happen. Do what you love, right? Maybe this is Oprah’s fault – but I’m pushing back on this one. Don’t get [...]
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Cal Fire has confirmed that 80 structures have been destroyed in the Clover Fire, burning in south Shasta County, as of early Tuesday morning.
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The U.S. Bureau of Reclamation is holding a public hearing tonight to take comment on a report that looks at the effects of raising the height of Shasta Dam up to 181/2 feet.
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The weekly Northern Section Prep Football Media Poll is released.
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In 1913: Mark Thatcher killed a coyote of remarkable viciousness at his summer home above Shingletown, while it was struggling with and killing a 200-pound hog.
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A grass and brush fire has broken out near Shasta College.
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With smoke from the Clover Fire shrouding the sky to the south, the Igo Store turned into an impromptu evacuation center Monday afternoon.
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More than a dozen homes — possibly many more — were reduced to piles of smoldering rubble, as an intense fire tore through the far west edge of Happy Valley on Monday.
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Firefighters battling the Clover Fire in the Igo-Ono area won’t get much of a break Tuesday from the weather.
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A Redding man who was demonstrating how to unload a gun accidentally shot himself in the hand at a Shasta Lake residence Saturday afternoon.
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A brief look at news from around the North State.
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Local sports recaps and briefs.
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The weekly Northern Section Prep Football Media Poll is released.
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Evening UPDATE: Here's the latest from CalFire: The Clover Fire continues to move in a southwest direction and has potential to grow due to north winds and low humidity recovery. Structures in the area continue to be threatened and evacuations are in effect. Transmission and distribution power lines are at continu
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A second fire has broken out southeast of Redding. This one is burning one structure and so far one acre of grass and brush has been burned in Happy Valley, in the area of Peter Pan Gulch and Olinda Road.
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The push to expand Shasta Dam and the lake is gaining political momentum, which mean neighbors concerned about their future need to speak up.
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If Republicans block immigration reform in Congress, the backlash in states including Texas and Florida could sink the party --- much as happened in California after Proposition 187.
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The frat boy in chief cried wolf about WMD that didn't exist and now the new shepherd is paying for those past sins.
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Malcolm Allison and his bird, Rio, can be spotted in Dunsmuir these days. Rio flies free during the days while Allison works on tile projects.
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Wherever there’s a cause, there’s a way high school sports can lend a hand.
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A set of severe stomach cramps one Saturday night in October 2009 sparked a battle that sent Logan Thompson to Sutter Memorial Hospital, where was bedridden for the next five and a half months.
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No matter what we as a nation do in Syria, we will have no impact on the suffering in that area of the world with the possible exception of increasing its intensity.
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It was in 2004 when Debbie Sprague’s Vietnam War veteran husband, Randy, was diagnosed with Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD).
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America needs to reanalyze its trigger-happy tendencies and instead focus locally on its own problems in government, social well-being and basic infrastructures.
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Shasta County is hoping to build a new medium-security adult offender rehabilitation center on Breslauer Way with state grant money. The $20 million project would require a $1 million match from the county and about a $2 million annual operating cost.
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Happiness means different things to different people.
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cloverfire now being reported as 2200 acres.   Fire will be in Tehama county within 20 minutes.
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Q. In your religion, do people have different responsibilities for different age phases of life? Are people treated differently at different ages? Every person at Pilgrim Church and every person in the United Church of Christ is honored equitably one to another. The inherent dignity of a person does not change as he or she
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Authorities say a pair of vegetation fires that broke out this afternoon in the area of Clear Creek Road and Cloverdale Road grew to 2,500 acres, prompted evacuations, and remained out of control.
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That's what Skip Murphy and Adam McElvain got on Saturday at the Damburger -- for coming up with the two best suggestions following a recent Saturday column wherein I tongue-in-cheekly sought ideas for a "new and up-to-date name" for...
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... Gov. Brown issues a timely proclamation celebrating "Admission Day" -- the day California became a state. (Click the image for a full-size version.)...
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Taking what I suspect will be a more favorable perspective on the Affordable Care Act than, say, Doug LaMalfa and Jim Nielsen offered at a recent town hall, the state's insurance commissioner, Dave Jones, will be talking in Redding next...
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EUREKA — Humboldt County Sheriff’s investigators are seeking two suspects who they say used a crossbow to fatally shoot an arrow into a man’s face and nearly kill another man.
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Enjoyed lunch at Damburger Saturday. Here’s a few images of this classic Redding institution. “What would you like?” “So, wh
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The climactic scene of the first film in Toby McLeod and Jessica Abbe’s “Standing on Sacred Ground” film series—"Pilgrims and Tourists"—is of the Winnemem Wintu coming of age ceremony on the McCloud River. “We’ve filmed three of these puberty ceremonies and we have watched the tribe battle the Forest Service f
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As far as the weather goes, Monday could feel like deja vu, with the high temperature expected to closely resemble Sunday's high, according to the National Weather Service.
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1913: Thomas Neal of the fish and game commission is now at Manton on Battle Creek investigating the condition of the fish at the dams of the Northern California Power Company at that place. The water from Battle Creek is being pumped from the stream so rapidly that the fish do not have enough water in which to live.
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Eleven matches were played Sunday on the first day of qualifying for the Ascension Project Women’s Challenger at Sun Oaks Tennis and Fitness in Redding.
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Cattle rancher Henry Giacomini conducts a tour of his Hat Creek Grown grass-fed beef operation Sunday morning. Some two hundred people attended the "day at the ranch" event that included ranch tours, a pot luck lunch, brisket tacos and...
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We can curb monster fires -- by managing our forests.
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The community has a chance to shine by finding a way to permanently locate the Northern California Veterans Museum and Heritage Center.
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Does attacking Syria also help economy, secure the future education of our college students? Make Wall Street a little bit more nicer to people? Decrease the cost of health care and save Social Security?
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Red-light cameras don't violate rights. We have the right to safely drive through an intersection without being killed by you.
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It's astonishing that a pension reform passed by the most labor-friendly politicians in the nation is being stopped by the Obama administration for, of all things, eroding union rights.
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A fire frightened residents and forced them from their homes Sunday in Shasta Lake.
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Two sheriff's divers were injured Sunday during a recovery effort for an 18-year-old who drowned Friday at Lake Shasta.
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Firefighters today have nearly contained an about 71-acre fire near Lake Boulevard north of Flanagan Road.
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So a few posts back I mentioned a really nutso guy who may have, I don't know, issues. I banned him, of course; I have enough crazy people around that I don't need another one. He didn't take it well, of course. He attempted to
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Fire crews say they're getting a handle on a brush fire at Lake Boulevard at Flanagan Road today.
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LAKE SHASTA - One of two divers participating in the recovery of an 18-year-old man who drowned Friday also drowned Sunday during the search effort.
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ANDERSON – Doggone it. The Anderson Police Department announced today that one of its own has retired.
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Valley highs will cross into the triple digits today, according to the National Weather Service. Temperatures will rise to 100 today before falling to 68 at night. Monday and Tuesday will bring temperatures up to about 101.
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If the average age of the party attendees is well over 70.... and you get shut down by the police for too much noise.
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West Valley High football’s personnel probably run in their sleep.
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In 1913: St. Elizabeth Hospital in Red Bluff caught fire and was destroyed. The frame building burned like matchwood, being practically beyond control before the fire fighters arrived. The five patients at the institution were removed to safety.
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Shasta College football opened up at home against West Valley College Saturday at Memorial Stadium.
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Search continues for drowning victim
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A Redding man who was demonstrating how to unload a gun accidentally shot himself in the hand at a Shasta Lake residence Saturday afternoon.
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A roundup of North State sports news.
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ANDERSON — The North State turned out in the hundreds today to help support an Anderson teen battling cancer.
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Fire crews this evening are being called out to a mobile home fire on Big Bend Road north of Montgomery Creek.
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With a thunderous melody of musical booms heard and felt by the ears set against the soft, slow, somber tones of a flute, the second TEDx Redding opened Saturday afternoon at the Cascade Theatre.
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The second student death in a year understandably stoked feirce emotions at Shasta Lake School, but hugs and comfort for those who've lost a child are best accompanied by cool-headed patience for the facts.
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What happened to pursuing passion and nurturing innate craftiness and talent? Have we become such an economic machine that we've lost sight of being whole people doing jobs we love in favor of being mundane people feeding the discipline of debt?
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A farmer or rancher is a figure out of fantasy for most young people growing up in California today. Their concerns might as well be those of men from Mars to all too many politicians.
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Cinders Wood Fired Pizza is renovating the former Fasolini's Pizzza space in downtown Redding and will move in this fall.
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I'd say be very grateful that Redding, in particular, has top-notch management that knows how to keep the city solvent and safe and not going the tragic ways of Detroit and Chicago.
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The Shasta College football team begins its quest for its first winning season since 2008 at 6 p.m.
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Triathlon coming up, and deadline to join flag football league looms.
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Can boaters shoot deer on Lake Shasta? Yes, under certain circumstances, Carrie Wilson explains.
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When the Supreme Court affirmed the legality of same-sex marriage in June, its ruling profoundly altered the financial planning landscape for gay and lesbian couples -- resulting in some "night and day" differences.
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Organize homework assignments, download textbooks and make taking notes a breeze with select apps.
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Americans have gotten used to enjoying products that aren’t necessarily top notch. Think frozen pizza and processed cheese. The same can be said of vanilla, that simple flavored extract that’s been a staple in almost every American household for decades.
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With open enrollment just weeks away for health insurance plans purchased through exchanges, here are some terms and other things to keep in mind.
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We just returned from our annual camping trip with a group of dear friends. Together, our four families have produced a ragtag group of kids ranging from ages 4-12, and this year the older kids challenged the parents to a game of Capture the Flag on the beach.
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Dan Brown's "Inferno" proves once again that he's a fine storyteller, putting readers right into the action of his novels. This time, his underlying premise is that the world's overpopulation is leaving us prey to deadly epidemics.
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My friend in Germany was quite happy when her sons were ready to attend first grade. The boys attended outdoor kindergarten: a kind of schooling which, as far as I can tell, means kids roll in the mud for four hours, and then come home to their parents to get cleaned up before the clay hardens.
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Our latest bump in the road is the fact that we've been bugged by a bird in our backyard. That's not really a bad thing but it has become a sad thing and that's enough to get me off my duff in an attempt to do the right thing at the right time for the determined little bird.
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Pearl Brady and Andrew Levine, both of Brooklyn, N.Y., are engaged to be married on April 6, 2014, at Deity Brooklyn in New York, N.Y. The bride-elect is the daughter of Chuck and Anita Brady of Redding. She was Central Valley High School valedictorian in 2002. She graduated from New York University's Tisch School of the Ar
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Betty and Roland Muhleman, of Shasta Lake, will celebrate their 65th wedding anniversary on Sept. 3, 2013, with a cruise to Alaska. They were married on Sept. 3, 1948, in Temperance, Mich. Roland graduated from Macomber Vocational High School in Toledo, Ohio, and studied engineering at the University of Toledo. He served in
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Dear Straight Talk: My stepsister confided that her boyfriend got drunk at a party and thought she was being too friendly with another guy so he was a "little rough" afterward. She wants it kept confidential. I've told myself she's old enough to make her own decisions, but what if something worse happened because I didn't s
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Mother Nature has kept firefighters on the Klamath National Forest busy with a monthlong series of thunderstorms.
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IGO--Firefighters have called off several units as they work to put out a vegetation fire in the area of Fiddlers Road and Perla Road in Igo.
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Wherever there’s a cause, there’s a way high school sports can lend a hand.
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... one of the most conservative cities in California publishes, in its utility newsletter, notices of the upcoming Friends of the Library book sale, a new park gazebo's dedication, the "Spooky Lagoon" Halloween party at the city pool, and the...
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Courtesy of Mercy Medical Center, Redding
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Dear Babe: I was going through a bag of early 1900s postage stamps and came across three baseball cards or stamps of sorts (image attached). They show Jimmy Sheckard of Chicago, Nat., Dots Miller of Pittsburgh, Nat., and Johnny Evers of Chicago, Nat. They are approximately 1 1/2 (inches) by 1 inch in size. They do not have
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Shasta County Sheriff Tom Bosenko said it was lack of money but in-the-know-sounding commenter "really123" says here it's because the county could be sued. Maybe the sheriff can clear up the matter....
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The California Highway Patrol is reporting moderate injuries occurred in a crash between a car and a motorcycle this morning.
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Here’s a Shasta County Fannie Mae foreclosure home described as cute. With a shop. Back in 2006 when it was listed for $260K, the listing agent described it thus: “Beautiful newer home
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Photo: Our native Rosa californica. Between now and the the end of October, the Northstate will host two regional rose shows with longstanding traditions: On October 12, at Wyntour Gardens in Redding the Shasta Rose Society host their 28th annual rose show - this year with a theme of Halloween. They will be open for [...]
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Temperatures are expected to continue to rise to just below 100 degrees this weekend.
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Bees are big business in the North State, and the 2013 Honey Bee Festival today and Sunday honors the pollinators that keep the food supply growing.
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The second TEDx Redding event will be from 2 to 5 p.m. today at the Cascade Theatre, 1731 Market St.
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From this historian of obscure geography I learn that NorCal is not the first place to try to create a State of Jefferson. Who knew?...
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In 1913: The Sybil Mine near French Gulch, which has laid idle for the previous 15 years because of extended litigation, was to open again as a result of the compromise recently arranged between the contending parties. Active work would be started immediately.
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Looking at the preseason list of the top candidates for Record Searchlight Most Valuable Player (R-S.V.P.) honors.
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Area roundup features Friday night football scores.
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U-Prep football hosts Mount Shasta in a Northern Section Division III matchup.
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Shasta High football hosted section contender West Valley in the Record Searchlight's high school Game of the Week.
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A brief look at news from around the North State.
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On Friday, Sept. 6 at approximately 1023 hours, the victim, 18-year-old Robinson Vicksalsovand Sok, and a group of friends were on a houseboat mid-channel on the McCloud Arm, when the victim attempted to help a friend who was swimming and began to struggle. In his efforts, the victim began to s
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Shasta High football hosts West Valley at 7:30 p.m. in the first local Northern Section showdown of the year.
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U-Prep football hosts Mount Shasta in a Northern Section Division III war.
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TEDx Redding will both talk about and embody the idea that innovative thinking can happen even in our small North State town.
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If Sheriff Bosenko can't keep thieves in jail, at least he can release pictures of these scoundrels so we can know if they're stalking our neighborhoods.
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Well, Record Searchlight, you are showing your harming liberal ways as you usually do in bashing Redding City Councilman Patrick Jones.
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Homeless day care. How would that work? Fencing? Curfews? Full body searches?
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A Redding man convicted in June of felony false imprisonment and misdemeanor battery is being accused of attempted jury-tampering in connection with his criminal trial.
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U.S. Rep. Doug LaMalfa said important questions have yet to be answered before a decision is taken on a military strike in Syria.
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Frank Sawyer was the chief engineer on many projects, including Knauf Insulation and Redding City Hall.
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As you drive or hike around Shasta County in late summer, the wild buckwheats are sure to attract your attention. Thriving on dry and barren slopes, they are blooming now in shades of white, cream, yellow and pink.
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Got tough-to-pull weeds? Here are some unorthodox tools to yank them out by their roots.
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Q. I'd like to start a backyard orchard. What should I know about choosing an planting trees here in Redding?
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Redding gardener Cheri Beck is reaping a harvest of squash and tomatoes from her garden this summer. She uses drip lines to help water the vegetables planted directly in the soil at her home.
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SHASTA LAKE — With a new coat of paint, the Shasta Lake United Methodist Church — this city’s oldest church — is getting ready with the rest of the community to celebrate the 75th anniversary of the building of Shasta Dam.
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A brief look at business news from around the North State.
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In an economically depressed community with little or no parental cooperation and support, school staff and administrators must fight an uphill battle.
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It's disturbing that a Christian university would invite a speaker who traffics in New Age and Eastern mysticism.
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Record Searchlight sports columnist Thomas Lawrence makes some bold predictions for the upcoming Shasta College football season.
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Shasta College football opens up at home against West Valley College Saturday at 6 p.m.
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Police and paramedics are at the intersection of Leland and Parkview avenues after receiving reports of a vehicle that struck a woman in her '50s.
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The mystery photo is part of the town of Bully Hill. Ancient One guessed it at 9:27. It was quite a game -guess everyone wanted a dinner at Jack's and I don't blame them at all. Congratulations to Ancient One...
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Firefighters quickly contained a vegetation blaze that broke out this afternoon in the area of China Gulch in Happy Valley.
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The California Highway Patrol and paramedics say a motorcyclist suffered major injuries when he crashed into a barbed wire fence near the Northern California Veterans Cemetery this afternoon.
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A fire sparked at a Bureau of Land Management shooting range will keep the range closed through Saturday, officials say.
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The San Jose Mercury News, in an easy editorial, urges the state to throw the book at the hunter who is believed to have started a campfire illegally in the Stanislaus National Forest back-country and started the Rim Fire, now...
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The California Highway Patrol is searching for a pickup that struck a woman on Highway 299 near Buckhorn Summit.
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Firefighters say a blaze has engulfed a Nissan Pathfinder this afternoon on Highway 44 near Millville.
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The move to form a new state was organized the first time in 1935 by a group of unhappy citizens from southern Oregon and northern California who felt their capitals of Salem and Sacramento were unfairly treating them and ignoring...
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From a statement his office just released: As our nation continues to debate President Obama's request for the use of military force to intervene in the Syrian conflict, I believe that many important questions remain unanswered. Prior to any military...
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The North State was rattled by a round of earthquakes within the previous 24 hours, according to the U.S. Geological Survey.
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A New Mexico man was arrested Thursday after authorities found more than $21,000 in cash and marijuana inside the pickup he was driving and a U-Haul trailer being hauled.
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Me, I think this talk of secession is a mostly a cry for help from frustrated rural residents -- who are sometimes over the top but have bona-fide complaints. But to Greg Beale, who last I heard is still the...
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My narcissism showed up early, like many of us, I suppose.  I remember telling my mother when I was in kindergarten to save all my papers because someday I will be “great” and those papers will be important.  We lived in Wiesbaden, Germany then.  It was the early 60s and we were all innocent without [...]
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Americans are paying record prices for new cars and trucks, and they have only themselves to blame.
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I've often heard the tale told that the 1941 Jefferson statehood drive would have caught fire, but for the rude interruption of the Japanese Imperial Navy Air Service. But did they ever mean it? Was it ever more than a...
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Yesterday’s FDotD, the Geodesic Dome home was the only foreclosure home (REO) to hit the market so far this week. The pace of REO homes reaching our local marketplace has steeply declined. When we began this blog in 2008, we would have to sift through several new listings per day to find one to feature. Local h
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Emergency personnel were dispatched to Lake Shasta after receiving a report of a possible drowning of a 14-year old.
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President Barack Obama’s call for military action in Syria is being met with a heavy dose of skepticism from congressional lawmakers.
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What was the name of this once-famous community? 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 and an award certificate with your name and the...
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Don't care much for many of the new commercial buildings around town but here's an exception, Dr. Craig Kraffert's Art Deco/Moderne-inspired Cascade Square, photographed early last evening....
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Firefighters are in Anderson putting a small fire that that broke out this morning.
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Firefighters this morning contained a vegetation fire in the area of Lake Boulevard and Flanagan Road in Shasta Lake.
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Francis Earl Sawyer Jr., our beloved husband, father, friend, and colleague, passed away peacefully at his home on Wednesday, August 28, 2013, after a five-month battle with Acute Myeloid Leukemia. Frank/Sonny/Fes/The Kid was born on May 10, 1943, in Kentfield, Marin County, to Francis Earl Sawyer of San Rafael and Lois Kat
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Enjoy today’s weather because temperatures will soon rise to the triple digits, proving that summer is definitely still here.
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A preview of the Red Bluff Spartans football team.
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In 1913: A man was run over by one of the big wheels at Terry's Mill of a runaway engine and was lying in the company's hospital in a dangerous condition. That he was not killed was due to the fact that the ground was soft and the weight of the wheel, which passed over his stomach, pressed him into the earth.
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Football Preview sidebar for the Red Bluff High defense, which is changing up to avoid being torn apard by the spread like it was in 2012.
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A preview of the Red Bluff Spartans football team.
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Area roundup brings together local sports results and announcements.
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A preview of the Eastern Athletic League.
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Shasta High football hosts West Valley in the Record Searchlight's Game of the Week.
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T.J. Holmes' weekly column on prep sports.
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Maybe I should? Maybe I shouldn't? Two people, speaking quietly and thoughtfully, while silently weighing the risks and the benefits of revealing themselves to each other.  It ha
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A brief look at news from around the North State.
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A Redding psychiatric facility’s administrators said today they have decided to accept only adults, despite Shasta County’s officials’ reports to the contrary Wednesday.
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California Highway Patrol officers are looking for a truck that struck a woman who was walking on the side of Highway 299.
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Well, John McCain and Barack Obama and a few other leaders in Washington do. In the North State? If there are folks rallying behind a strike, they're being quiet about it. Just to refresh my memory, I just peeked through...
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Would it goose the economy to cut home-building fees by lowering Redding's park standards. In the short term, maybe. But who'd want a 30-year mortgage in a town planning its decline?
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Obama wants a face-saving military demonstration, not an effective strike against Syria. Congress shouldn't indulge this ploy.
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If the Syrian government used chemical weapons, it violated international law. But America is not the world's cop.
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Every time we have tried to help, we have hurt people, who then hate us even more.
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Let those who'd vote for war go fight it themselves.
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AARP is seeking tax aides to assist with tax returns.
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Work to put in traffic signals at Churn Creek Road and Highway 299 expected to be done in October.
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Redding will explore ideas ranging from how to get the most out of nature to how local businesses can go global Saturday afternoon at the Cascade Theater.
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Sierra Nevada Brewing Co. was in Whitmore this week picking hops for a special-harvest beer it will make.
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Michael Brown, the former Redding Electric Utility supervisor who didn't make it past probation, has filed a wrongful termination suit against the city of Redding.
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The family of a boy killed by a collapsing wall at Lassen Volcanic National Park has reached a tentative deal in a wrongful death suit with the U.S. Government, court documents show.
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San Francisco Chronicle outdoor writer Tom Stienstra filed a small claims court lawsuit that claims he was libeled and defamed by a blogger.
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A brief look at business news from around the North State.
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A bouquet of Mylar balloons drifting into a set of power lines caused the 11,429-acre Deer Fire in eastern Tehama County, according to the California Department of Forestry and Fire Protection.
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A classical guitarist and a Tehama museum also will be highlighted this weekend.
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The New York Times, here, reports the latest news from the Snowden files....
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Shasta County lags behind the rest of the country when it comes to families who still owe more on their mortgage than their home is worth. A study released today by RealtyTrac shows
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Like GuyDavid Suzuki, I've noticed the correlation of what people think of global warming and what they think of chemtrails -- and wondered why: Why do so many people accept a theory for which there is no scientific evidence while...
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The family of a boy killed by a collapsing wall at Lassen Volcanic National Park has reached a tentative deal in a wrongful death suit with the U.S. Government, court documents show.
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Redding Police say they have one woman in custody and are searching for a man behind the Redding City Hall this afternoon.
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Our Redding.com polls can sometimes be prone to being swamped by enthusiasts of one cause or another, but have you seen results of our current State of Jefferson survey? Leaving the small share of undecideds out, it runs nearly three...
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Here’s a few images from the August 31 Historical Society walking tour of Turtle Bay. Our guide Mike Grifantini really knew a lot about the region. There were about 60 participants. I learned quite a few interesting th
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Here’s a rare dome home REO, a 3/3 of about 2414 sqft on just over 2.5 acres in the trees. From Wikipedia: “R. Buckminster Fuller named the dome “geodesic” from field experiments with artist Kenneth Snelson at Black Mountain Coll
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Floral Fundamentals for Fall is a great way to learn beginning floral design anf have some creative fun.
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Authorities today said they detained two and were looking for a third person in connection to a stolen vehicle.
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A fire that broke out this morning in Whitmore damaged two sheds, but firefighters were able to stop it from spreading to nearby vegetation.
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When our first child came along I became Papa Paparazzi—I photographed EVERYTHING. For instance, when Amanda was a toddler, she was playing in the back yard and turned over a rock. She found a caboodle of creepy-crawly critters and let out a delighted squeal. I zoomed in and focused as she plucked little roly-polies,
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Today’s temperatures will remain in the 80s however starting Friday they will continue to rise over the weekend into the high 90s.
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Maggie Baggett is a newcomer to the arts. She started “fooling around with quilts and soft sculpture” when her husband bought her a new sewing machine. She quickly got tired of patterns and started creating her own. She currently works with soft fabric sculptures with incredible texture and color. “Soft sculpture lets
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Pam Tillis and Lorrie Morgan are a couple of battle-hardened journeyman country music artists who discovered they have so much in common, they might as well join forces and celebrate their lots in life.
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Live music and good times are nothing new to the Lewiston Hotel. But with the discontinuation of live music at Mamma Lamma’s in Weaverville, the Lewiston Hotel suddenly finds itself as one of the few remaining regular spots for live music in Trinity County.
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The hot and sour soup alone is worth the drive to the Redding airport. But there are plenty of other delicious items on the well-priced menu at Peter Chu’s Skyroom, not to mention the class ambience and professional service.
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In 1913: The ice plant at Bully Hill has been sold to A.U. Field, who would use the apparatus for condensing smelter smoke. Other parts of the condenser were being constructed in San Francisco and were expected to be in Redding soon.
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Dunsmuir councilwoman wants mayor censured, but may not have enough votes.
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A brief look at news from around the North State.
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The Shasta Knights volleyball team won its first game of the season Wednesday, beating Southwestern Oregon Community College 3-2 at Lassen College in Susanville.
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The youth wing of a Redding psychiatric facility remains closed four months after opening, Shasta County Public Health officials said Wednesday evening.
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Football preview of the Hayfork Timberjacks.
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Treating cataracts requires clarity of vision.
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High school football preview for the Dunsmuir Tigers, the defending 8-Man, Northern Section Division VI champions.
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Football Preview of the Mercy High School Warriors.
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Assemblyman Brian Dahle wins the prize for best reaction to the Siskiyou County "withdrawal" petition. From his office: If the people of Siskiyou County are successful in creating their own state I will be the first to seek the office...
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Shasta Library Foundation brings Thai to the menu for its latest fundraiser this weekend.
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Do you know that you have ready access to something that is inexpensive and will help fight the unwelcome consequences of aging?
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September is National Preparedness Month. Are you and your family prepared for an emergency? Do you practice what to do in the event of a fire or other disasters?
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Personally, I like people who speak their minds, and I was neither surprised nor bothered by comments that Rep. Doug LaMalfa's field rep Erin Ryan spokes at yesterday's Board of Supervisors meeting in Siskiyou County and said she and others...
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Love snowmobiling through the woods in winter? Think the machines are the noisy pests whose racket spoils the high country? In any case, you'll have an opportunity to speak up. The Forest Service, settling a lawsuit brought by environmental groups,...
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From the ninth to the 12th centuries, Muslims were among the leading practitioners of what was then considered advanced medicine. Islamic doctors borrowed freely from Byzantine, Greek and Roman medicine, unlike their counterparts in insular, ignorant Europe. Their scholars saved many valuable texts from being consumed by th
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As our nation debates the wisdom of waging war against Syria, it might be well for the American people to reflect upon the long history of the Christian church and its formulation of the Just War Theory.
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Our secretary of state appeared on five Sunday morning talk shows, informing us that a chemical attack on civilians had occurred in Syria two weeks ago. These are the same five Sunday morning talk shows that our U.N. ambassador appeared on last year, telling us there was clear evidence that the attack at Benghazi was the re
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President Obama is betting his presidency on the hope of cooperation from an institution that he disdains and has proved incapable of taming. His roll-the-dice gamble for a congressional go-ahead in Syria may well succeed. Still, the risk is enormous for Obama’s fraying credibility, and the implications are significant, n
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The United States should mobilize and mass troops to the Syrian borders to immediately counter-strike if the regime uses chemical weapons again.
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For the first time in my adult life I’m truly embarrassed of my country.
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Todqay workers were able to repair the video cameras that capture activities in the nest where Redding's famous bald eagle pair live.
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A vegetation fire grew to about 10 to 12 acres before being contained this afternoon at a shooting range near Keswick.
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Building activity in the North State is ahead of last year's pace.
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Gunner the Clydesdale, a regular at community events, died Monday.
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As President Barack Obama attempts to enlist support for military intervention against Syria, North State veterans who heeded the nation’s call had mixed feelings today about his plan during Veterans Appreciation Day at Shasta College.
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A brief look at business news from around the North State.
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If memory serves, Mr. Gordon tried to gross out his students with tales of parasitic worms that we might be harboring inside us, the sort of creatures King Richard III may have been infested with according to a new study...
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Redding Police and other authorities are scouring the fields along Eastside Road between Girvan Road and Metz Road for a man who ran off from a vehicle stop.
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Shasta was first known as Reading Springs, named for Pierson B. Reading who camped there in 1845 while employed by John Sutter as a trapper.
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This old metal sign is believed to have been installed by Judge Eaton and the Boy Scouts years ago. It stood beside Clear Creek not too far from the bridge on Clear Creek Road at Horsetown. If you know what...
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A vegetation fire at a gun range on Bureau of Land Management property off Iron Mountain Road northwest of Redding was burning about 10.5 acres this afternoon.
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Siskiyou County residents who want a divorce from California make an effort to downplay the partisan angle -- even as liberal laws out of Sacramento are their biggest beef. And in fact there's at least one prominent North State Democrat...
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There's an argument often heard that legalizing -- or semi-legalizing -- marijuana wouldn't increase the amount people smoke because "anyone who wants it can get it anyway." Maybe, but since the Obama administration relaxed (which is not to say ended)...
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Esteemed co-blogger Marc Beauchamp notices that Siskiyou County's secession bid is "above the fold" on The Drudge Report this morning. Below the latest about Syria, of course, but still. I'm not at all persuaded "withdrawal" from the state is a...
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The Northern California Veterans Museum and Heritage Center on Meadow View Drive in Redding has closed.
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Redding became the first city to ask the California Air Resources Board to delay pending diesel-truck emission regulations that one council member said would decimate the north state trucking industry and lead to higher prices and empty store shelves. In a 5-0 vote, the Redding City Council directed Mayor Rick Bosetti to wr
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A woman learning to drive became confused and hit the gas pedal of her car, causing the vehicle to lurch forward into a pillar at Mt. Shasta Mall.
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Temperatures will remain in the high 80s for the next two days, and then will increase into the 90s Friday.
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Three men were arrested Tuesday following a chase in Cottonwood involving a stolen vehicle that ended in a crash, the Shasta County Sheriff's Office reported.
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The words over at Three Word Wednesday are disgust, pout and wad.  A Gross of EnvyHe sat and watched the couple in a mix of outward disgust and regret, through his car windshield and the dust-caked windows of the convenience store. He tur
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Does this explain why places like Siskiyou County feel -- are -- more and more alienated from the California political mainstream? In the simplest terms, Democrats started to win populous suburban counties in big states with lots of Electoral College...
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Football Preview of the reigning Northern Section Division I champion Enterprise High Hornets.
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Bonus points to you if you know where that title came from. --------------------------------------- The koi pond in Gary's yard is no more. Gary put it in back in 2004, and for a long time it was a pleasure with the cool running water, the fish coming up to eat out of your hand, and the humidifying effect
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Enterprise High's football team has a brutal nonconference schedule ahead of it this season.
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Local sports briefs.
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A roundup of North State business news.
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North Valley Bank warns of scam
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Redding on Tuesday joined the clean-air policy fray, agreeing to ask a state board to put off by 20 years new emission regulations that trucking advocates say will hurt small business.
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Enterprise's defense returns seven of its front eight players in its 4-4 scheme, all of which are monsters that can wreak havoc on opposing offenses.
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Realistically, it's hard to imagine a separate state ever actually happening -- but the frustration that the Jefferson drive embodies ought to get the attention of leaders in Sacramento.
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Barack Obama has the authority to take military action in Syria if he wants to. The question is whether he can sucker the Republicans into giving him political cover.
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Remember Colin Powell's "irrefutable" (but bogus) evidence against Iraq? Fool me once, shame on you. Fool me twice, shame on me.
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Liberals and progressives are like the bad parents who never ask anything of their children. Instead, they are "enablers."
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The vote is the first in a long process for those looking to break the North State from the rest of California.
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Patients of a Redding doctor accused of excessive prescribing of drugs and unlawfully writing prescriptions for painkillers were scrambling Tuesday to have their prescriptions filled by other physicians following his arrest last week.
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Targeted for closure since early last year, Postal Service officials say plans to consolidate the Redding mail sorting operation to Sacramento are on hold.
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Seventeen-year-old Michael Stevens, an Anderson teen recently diagnosed with cancer, says he is astonished at the support and donations coming from the community.
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Officials have released new information in the case of a Shasta Lake girl who died suddenly last week.
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The Redding City Council tonight will consider a plan that may save the city slightly more than anticipated in annual interest payments on $5.4 million in bonds for the construction of the police station.
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A fomer librarian, who admitted to stealing, has her probation cut short.
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When the fire call came in this afternoon, Jim Henry sprang into action.
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Kevin Askeland takes a look at Northern Section volleyball for his bi-monthly North State Notes column.
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North Valley Bank customers are being warned today of scam in which the caller attempts to obtain personal information.
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Shasta County public health officials said today that a seventh-grade Shasta Lake student who died last week had a staph infection.
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The Wall Street Journal takes a close look at the Obama administration's talk -- so far unfulfilled -- of arming friendly Syrian rebels. The reasons? This paragraph explains what's going on nicely -- both with small arms earlier and the...
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Good old fashion fun and all the corn you can eat are served up at the first annual Corn Fest 2013.
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Bill and Peg Smith, proprietors of Peg’s Sew ’N Sew Embroidery in Los Molinos made a generous contribution to the Tehama County Museum recently. A variety of embroidered clothing, towels and tote bags were donated which will be offered for sale at Judy’s Country Store during the TCM’s 32nd Annual Jubilee coming up o
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What is the difference between a valuable antique and a piece of junk? Value can be a matter of age; a matter of rarity; or a matter of perception. On September 7, 2013, from 10:30 a.m. to 2:30 p.m., the Tehama County Museum will feature Antique Appraisal by Sam Kissee and his team of professional appraisers for a $5 per it
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Members of the Northern California chapter of the American Truck Historical Society will show off their “vintage vehicles” and talk “Truck” at the Tehama County Museum’s 32nd Annual Jubilee held on Saturday, September 7, at 275 C St. in the City of Tehama.
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Reports are compiled by Western Outdoor News. Call 800-290-2929. BEST BITES KLAMATH RIVER, Klamath Glen — Higher, cooler water flows over the weekend to the Trinity and Klamath rivers to 900 cubic feet per second is having the desired effect, attracting more steelhead to the rivers. However, it is also pushing lots of mos
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In a great weekend story about how the area burned by the massive Rim Fire will recover -- short answer, it'll likely come back in brush, which will in turn be more flammable -- the Fresno Bee's Mark Grossi includes...
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Siskiyou County supervisors voted 4-1 this afternoon to pursue seceding from California.
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Voices of Faith: The Center for Spiritual Living was vandalized on Aug. 24. The vandals decapitated, stole and destroyed statues including those of Jesus, Mary and a Buddhist icon. How do you respond to attacks — physical and otherwise — on your faith?
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Amazon.com founder Jeffrey Bezos, in an interview with the Washington Post, the paper he's buying for $250 million: Bezos suggested that the current model for newspapers in the Internet era is deeply flawed: "The Post is famous for its investigative...
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Amazon.com founder Jeffrey Bezos, in an interview with the Washington Post, the paper he's buying for $250 million: Bezos suggested that the current model for newspapers in the Internet era is deeply flawed: "The Post is famous for its investigative...
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