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November 3rd, 2013

In 1913: The 40th annual session of the Shasta county teachers’ institute launched with every teacher but one. Mrs. J.O. Osborn, county superintendent of education, opened the gathering.
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The sanctity of the playoffs is undeniable in professional sports. The whole point of the regular season is to have teams fight it out and then after a lengthy schedule, it is obvious which teams have earned the right to challenge for a title.
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The road to a Northern Section Division I football championship goes through Enterprise.
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All of Shasta High football’s optimism heading into River Bowl XXI on Friday was buried under two kicks, two Enterprise touchdowns and 130 seconds of play.
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LINDA — Beset by injuries in the secondary, the Yuba College football team picked an inopportune time to run into Knights quarterback Austin Schmeltzer and a fast-striking, potent Shasta College offense on Saturday afternoon.
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The police would prefer we publish nothing until they complete investigations. It's our duty to dig where we can. The tension is unavoidable but ultimately healthy.
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A potential agreement to split new sales taxes in an area where Anderson is pursuing annexation could be a new model to allow growth without starving crucial county services.
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Healthcare.gov is indeed a "miserably frustrating experience," but here in California the insurance exchange site is functional.
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Not only has the county had to pay to fight this, but we have lost the wonderful possibility of a fine hotel, equine center, and vacation destination that would have boosted the local economy by leaps and bounds, and for what exactly?
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So what is going in at the old Ace Hardware building in Shasta Lake?
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A diverse team of public health advocates, asthma care providers, financiers, and foundations has set up a pilot program with the goal of making money for investors while solving a deeply entrenched health crisis.
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Wake up, people! Obamacare is the biggest "information gathering" scam that ever hit this country.
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Those who reported the shortcomings and failures of other presidents don't dare hold President Obama accountable for anything after five years in office.
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Ken Archuleta credits Reagan with inventing the campaign style in which a grip on listeners' emotions coupled with false information is more potent than facts. Archuleta should check his own facts.
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Thanks to all these good people, what could have been a disaster ended well. We all need the "kindness of strangers."
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The scope of the NSA's electronic prying is enough to scare the pants off anyone who still believes Big Brother isn't real.
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Date of birth: July 24, 1964 Height: 5 feet, 9 inches Weight: 150 pounds Brown hair, brown eyes Charge: Burglary
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Date of birth: Nov. 20, 1979 Height: 5 feet, 8 inches Weight: 180 pounds Brown hair, brown eyes Charge: Grand theft
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Date of birth: June 22, 1990. Height: 6 feet Weight: 140 pounds Brown hair, brown eyes Charge: Burglary
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Date of birth: May 13, 1985 Height: 5 feet, 10 inches Weight: 200 pounds Brown hair, hazel eyes Charge: Sale of a controlled substance
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Date of birth: March 12, 1983 Height: 5 feet, 10 inches Weight: 170 pounds Brown hair, green eyes Charge: Possession of heroin with firearm
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Next week the State of Jefferson movement will try to sway Tehama County join its efforts to leave California.
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It took a Shasta County jury three days this past summer to deadlock on whether Mark Gilbert Duenas stabbed his wife Karen and left her bloodied body on her bedroom floor.
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UPrep senior Logan Ryan is a 36-er, one of a very small group of students across the nation to earn a top score on the ACT college admissions test. Wes Hartmann, another UPrep senior, is the only National Merit semifinalist in the North State.
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Families face different challenges in fire's aftermath.
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Earn up to $10 off fees by donating food through Nov. 22.
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First time former classmate nailed challenging bike ride; this time he struts botany knowledge.
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Son suddenly gets more responsible about school work with eye on a sweet reward.
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Dear Straight Talk: I've been in the newspaper business 46 years and I'd like to ask what young people today read. When they are on the Internet, are they surfing, social networking or actually reading? Apart from school assignments, do they read newspapers, magazines and books?
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Backers of effort say devices can help personalize learning for students and help teachers better address needs of individual students.
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It can be downright impossible to find out just how much in fees you're paying.
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Company starts Kickstarter campaign to collect more than 100 million corks to launch line of shoes.
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Also, Saturday was first legal day to drop traps for Dungeness crab.
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Cascade Community Park, in south Redding, features a variety of up-to-date park attractions including a playground, swings, a challenging BMX bike track, basketball court and a paved walking and biking path.
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Kids can also learn Java script, sharpen their basketball skills and sign up for spring leagues.
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Even the mirror plans that would be the same the two companies already offer have not been approved, putting North State applicants in limbo.
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Dear Babe: Can you tell me where my son can get his Mariano Rivera autographed baseball authenticated? It was signed in 2002 or 2003. It’s a Little League ball.
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 I got up early, 6 a.m., and drove to Oroville to meet some of my brothers, their wives, nephews and nieces for a fun day of War! Paint Ball Wars from
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About 600 people donned their favorite super-hero costumes and participated in a run for CASA of Shasta County at the Sundial Bridge on Saturday.
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Red Bluff Police said they arrested two people Friday morning after a reported theft from Walmart.
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WASHINGTON — It's time to fall back.
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Yes, the same county that wants to get a divorce from California. Government jobs "loom large in Modoc County," I wrote in today's column. Here's how large. This web site says statewide there are 5.7 private sector jobs for every...
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Actually the list price is merely a suggestion. This one will be auctioned November 11.   Comes with garbage cans, evidently. “Great opportunity to purchase at an affordable price. Lots of square footage here with additional rooms. Home needs some TLC
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PHOTO: Salvia 'Phyllis' Fancy' catching late-fall morning light. Some months are all about the busyness of doing and getting things done - April and December, for instance; some months are all about just being and surviving – the overexposed heat of July and the grey cold of February come to mind. Still other months seem
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Don your cap and mask for the CASA Superhero Run at 8:30 a.m. today at the Sundial Bridge.
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Forecasters say Saturday's high might break 70 degrees and they expect a chance of rain. But if the 20 percent chance of showers materializes, less than a tenth of an inch will hit the area. The day's high should be near 70 degrees, with the overnight low near 46. Sunday will be cooler with a high near 63. Daytime temperatu
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Enterprise High football hosts archrival Shasta in River Bowl XXI from the Hornets' Nest in east Redding.
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Near Enterprise High School on Churn Creek Road, a black banner with gold lettering read, “Hardly a rivalry.”
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Anderson High hosts powerhouse West Valley football in an intradistrict rivalry.
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High school football leads the area roundup.
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In 1913: Eight-grade pupils at Kennett grammar school formed their class body and elected officers for the following year, a first attempt by the students to form a yearly organization.
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Redding firefighters are at a half-acre vegetation fire tonight that's burning at the end of Auburn Drive off Starlight Boulevard.
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The California Highway Patrol says its officers are looking for a group of burglars who stole guns and an SUV after they broke into the California Department of Fish and Wildlife Redding office.
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The Enterprise Hornets defeated the Shasta Wolves 50-13 in the River Bowl XXI tonight.
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A brief look at news from around the North State.
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The barn was built by Steven Return Hubbard in approximately 1869 on what was then the Hubbard Ranch on South Fork Road in Igo. The barn sits right beside the road; you can almost reach out and touch it as...
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City Manager Kurt Starman lays them out in a report on CalPERS rates that are expected to rise even more -- some $7.5 million over the next five years, and maybe more. 1. Request that City employees contribute more toward...
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Enterprise High football is looking to continue its magical 2013 run against its archrival Shasta at home in River Bowl XXI.
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The Shasta-Trinity National Forest will continue conducting a series of prescribed burns to remove fuels near Packers Bay.
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Nearly five months after the Redding City Council received a presentation about mounting pension liabilities, members are ready to have a talk on tackling costs.
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Thomas Lawrence's weekly College Notebook column dissects college sports in the North State and beyond.
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Whatever the year-long City Council campaign brings, it's exciting to see a new generation of leaders emerging to shape Redding.
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A month ago, with the mythical state of Jefferson much in the news, we headed off on a road trip across Modoc County, a Jefferson wannabe, beyond the Warner mountain range to charming Cedarville, where Yours Truly loves to take a meditative birthday soak in the hot springs under the stars and watch the Milky Way wheel overh
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The underlying idea of Obamacare is reasonable. However, in the hands of greedy profiteers, it's a smokescreen concealing embezzlement.
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Republican or Democratic control of Congress, the problems continue, each playing the blame game. When one realizes that more than 50 percent of our representatives’ time is spent on financing their campaigns, one can fill in the dots.
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Sarah Hayden Reichard's message in "The Conscientious Gardener: Cultivating a Garden Ethic" is to learn about your climate, watershed, the composition of your soil, local native and invasive plants and animals -- and adjust your gardening practices accordingly.
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A brief look at business news from around the North State.
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Covering plants and greenhouses can help keep plants going into late fall and help a winter garden thrive.
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From yellows to oranges to reds, native plants can bring fall color to all areas of your garden.
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The secret is to dry the seeds as much as possible before storing them.
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Carole Schmitz is a master gardener and consulting rosarian.
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Q: November is Native American Heritage month. Do you find guidance or inspiration in Native American beliefs and culture?
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Tesla Motors is expanding its Supercharger station network and has opened two in the North State.
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Using South City Park as his background, Redding lumberyard owner Brent Weaver today announced his bid for a City Council seat, presenting himself as a candidate for change who can move past political divisiveness to lift Redding from the doldrums.
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A Shasta County jury today convicted Mark Gilbert Duenas of first-degree murder in the 2012 stabbing death of his wife.
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If it weren’t for a retired Idaho couple, the remains of the young man who drowned in Lake Shasta in September might have never been recovered.
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The only way to balance the federal budget is to do a combination of spending cuts and increase income by either cutting tax credits or increasing taxes. This was done how the Clinton administration did so in the 1990s when we last had a balanced budget.
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Bartender and co-owner Mike Woodrum e-mails: Marc, just to let you know, tomorrow at noon (Saturday) the Clampers will unveil a plaque at Jack's Grill. It was installed on Wed. and it has been covered since then. They placed it...
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Grilled steak habanero tacos and the grilled salmon tacos at Las Dos Marias, across Bechelli from the Liquor Barn. Worth checking out. Open Monday - Saturday 11 a.m. to 8 p.m....
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Preview of Shasta College football's conference road game at Yuba in Marysville on Saturday.
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Firefighters say a blaze has burned about a half acre on top of a bluff near the 26000 block of Whitmore Road.
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A verdict has been reached in the murder trial of a man accused of stabbing his wife to death in their Cottonwood home in May 2012.
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Oops. I mean secede. Words frequently confused. Especially succession and secession. See this link for a handy tip. Yours Truly, I regret to report, struggled with secession in tomorrow's column (an account of a recent trip to Modoc County, a...
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The Shasta-Trinity National Forest will conduct a series of prescribed burns to remove fuels near Packers Bay this weekend.
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According to the Federal Trade Commission, identity theft has topped its list of consumer complaints every year, for the last 12 years. Identity theft occurs when a criminal obtains and misuses someone's personal information without permission, typically for economic gain. For many victims, it can result in drained bank acc
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Redding hospital recognized for providing care proven to produce the greatest positive impact on patient outcomes.
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LOS ANGELES — At least one suspect opened fire inside Terminal 3 at Los Angeles International Airport Friday, wounding and at least three people, including a Transportation Security Administration agent.
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What is the name of the building on the right and what town is it in? Welcome to the History Mystery Photo Contest. If you're the first person to give the correct answer, you'll win a $25 gift certificate and...
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A civil lawsuit was filed today by the Shasta County district attorney's office against Shasta Properties Inc., and its chief executive officer alleging unlawful business practices.
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Visiting fisherman loses high-dollar gear during truck break-in.
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One day only, as part of Damburger's upcoming 75th anniversary celebration. Here's the scoop from the website. Looking forward to the 75-cent milkshake too. November 11-16, 2013 Monday: Kid's Meal for 75 cents (w/purchase of adult meal) Tuesday: Medium drink...
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CINCINNATI -- You are being tracked. Everywhere you go – the time and date you’re there, who you’re with, where you are – is all recorded and uploaded to remote servers.
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Here’s a fixer on 10 acres with good privacy in lovely Cottonwood California.
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Friday should be sunny with a high near 76, though it will be the last warm day for at least a week. Temperatures in Redding will drop into the 60s on Saturday with a 20 percent chance of rain that will linger into the night. Sunday will drop to about 61 degrees and daytime highs will remain in the 60s all next week.
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As I shared in my last two columns, I used to suffer with tinnitus but not any longer. I still have it. Like I have baldness and other symptoms of being 57 years old. It is present like the clouds in the sky are present or the sound of traffic is present. The sound is [...]
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Shasta County Citizens Advocating Respect will hold its 24th Annual award dinner today at the Hilton Garden Inn in Redding.
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Good News Rescue Mission volunteers and administrative staff return to their offices on South Market Street today, a little over 10 months after an arson fire caused damages to their building.
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Redding Municipal Airport launches today a cashier-less pay station for parking.
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21 Things to Know Before River Bowl XXI.
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Game preview of River Bowl XXI between Shasta and Enterprise High football.
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Local sports results and briefs.
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T.J.'s weekly prep notebook column, taking a look at the recent River Bowl history.
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Enterprise High volleyball hosts Shasta on Halloween in a pivotal Sac River League and rivalry match.
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A brief look at news from around the North State.
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Redding Police officers say a minor led officers on a chase in a Toyota Prius that reached 90 mph and rammed a cruiser with a police dog inside it Thursday night.
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Redding Police officers say a 16-year-old boy led officers on a chase in a Toyota Prius that reached 90 mph and rammed a cruiser with a police dog inside it Thursday night.
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Hundreds of children dressed in their Halloween costumes went trick-or-treating this evening at the Mt. Shasta Mall in Redding.
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Shasta County Sheriff's Deputies say a possibly impaired driver rolled his vehicle over and caused a Honda Accord to crash into a Shasta Lake house this evening.
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Authorities chased a vehicle in downtown Redding this evening before losing the driver.
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The twin tunnels through the Delta won't divert more North State water, proponents say. But watch what will happen next.
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The wave of cancellations of insurance policies that Americans were promised they could keep is a moment of truth for the Obama administration.
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SBA loan activity in the Sacramento District, which includes Shasta County, was up in 2013.
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For the second time in three months, a Shasta County jury today began weighing whether a Cottonwood man brutally murdered his wife last year.
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Way out in western Shasta County, just west of downtown Igo, is Zogg Mine Road. To get there, drive to downtown Igo, stop at the stop sign, then proceed straight ahead. You will pass the historic Igo Inn (now closed), then the fire department, and shortly after that is Zogg Mine Road on the right.
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A conservation group has launched a new live streaming video feed to spotlight what they hope is a species on the rebound in the North State.
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A brief look at business news from around the North State.
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A new concrete bridge is about to open over Churn Creek north of Redding, replacing a one-lane wooden bridge that's stood there for decades.
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Training available for those interested.
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In 1913: A pow-wow and class initiation was held by the Society of Red Men. More than 400 members rode in on trains for the event.
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Why would a congressman from the Oregon border and other outsiders meddle in a dispute in Santa Barbara County? I do not know the motive, but I would suspect money was involved.
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The Wasa was a magnificient warship to heavy to sail, but nobody had the courage to inform the king. Sound familiar?
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Authorities said they caught a man with large amounts of marijuana Wednesday for the third time in one month — bringing the total amount of pot seized from him to more than 100 pounds this year.
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Also, dance at big Halloween bash and find art in Red Bluff and at Mt. Shasta Mall this weekend.
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My neighbor's sure prepared (see pic), even has a realistic-looking coffin leaning against her house. Be safe. It was 75 years ago that Orson Welles & Co. pulled off perhaps the greatest Halloween prank of all time. USA Today remembers,...
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Walt Wiley (think I ran into him atop Cinder Cone this summer) writes in the Sac Bee, here, of an idyllic summer spent as a volunteer campground host at Summit Lake. Excerpt: My home was the Summit Lake Ranger Station,...
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For the second time in three months, a Shasta County jury Thursday began weighing whether a Cottonwood man brutally murdered his wife last year.
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A Shasta County jury found a man guilty of arson and burglary against his estranged wife today, the District Attorney's Office reported.
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A man clubbed and possibly run over during a fight in Shasta Lake last week has died, Shasta County Coroner's officials have said.
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This would seem to make a lot of sense: Washington, DC - Congressman John Garamendi (D-CA) and Congressman Doug LaMalfa (R-CA) today announced the introduction of a bipartisan measure to protect farms and ranches from new flood rules that prevent...
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Authorities said today they caught two people with marijuana and other drugs for the fourth time in four months -- one of them two times in the previous two days.
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Gov. Jerry Brown today issued a proclamation declaring a state of emergency in Shasta County because of the Clover Fire.
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We love this neighborhood. Here’s a 1344 sqft 3/2 home that will be coming on the market soon, but for now remains priceless. We’ll go ahead and post it here, since there is a sign up and lockbox on it. Our MLS rules say that it must be listed within 24 hours of the sign going up, so you can get a jump on it now i
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Two men found dead after a fire died of gunshots, investigators say.
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A woman featured in Shasta's Most Wanted has been arrested after turning herself in at the Shasta County Jail Wednesday, deputies said.
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A Shasta County jury will begin deliberations this afternoon in the murder trial of a Cottonwood man accused of killing his wife last year.
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(a) Declaration of Policy- Congress declares that the United States is wholly capable, willing, and ready to use military force to prevent Iran from obtaining or developing a nuclear weapons capability. That's the meaty part of the United States-Iran Nuclear...
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The body of an Oakland teen was recovered Wednesday nearly two months after he drowned on the McCloud arm of Lake Shasta.
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Redding police are chasing a suspect near the ACID canal in south Redding.
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The U.S. Geological Survey reported a 3.5-magnitude earthquake about 17.5 miles outside Hayfork.
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A burn ban will remain in effect in Redding and the Buckeye Fire Protection District beyond its expiration.
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Started writing a New Adventure Novel. I am currently developing the Characters. This is so much fun!  I don't completely  know who they are until about 150 pages into the
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Remember Greece? Europe's bankrupt? Markets have rewarded investors with strong stomachs. Over the last year and a half its stock market has risen 146 percent and yields on government bonds have fallen from 33.7 percent to 8.31 percent. Bloomberg reports...
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A man was injured this morning when the pickup he was driving plunged off the Hilltop Drive over-crossing and landed in the center median of Interstate 5.
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A Red Bluff man had his television and dozens of DVDs stolen sometime Wednesday after burglars slashed open a window screen at his Womack Road home, deputies said.
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Redding should see a high near 76 on Thursday with north-northwest wind about 8 mph. The night will drop to a low of about 52. Friday should be sunny with a high again near 76 and west-southwest winds. A 20 percent chance of showers is expected Saturday with daytime temperatures dropping to about 70 degrees. Sunday will coo
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We took our son Joe out to pizza last night. He’ll be gone in five days when he heads out to the Naval boot camp at Great Lakes, Illinois, and he won’t be home for a long, long time. It was quiet in the car when Joe, his mother and I drove home. Karin broke [...]
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The Mt. Shasta Mall today will host a costume contest and trick-or-treating for children age 12 and younger accompanied by an adult.
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One could say that Fran Galantine is truly a multimedia artist. A knitter, weaver, spinner, photographer and floral arranger, Galantine started working in fiber arts in high school, where she took sewing classes, and made her own clothes. She is an accredited floral judge and a member of the Red Bluff Garden Club. But it’
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Halloween is here and if time-honored, door-to-door trick-or-treating is not in the cards, there are a several spooktacular events for the whole family.
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A lot of natural light pours through the west facing windows of Grilla Bites in Redding, located at the north end of the Market Street Promenade across from the Shasta College Health Science and University Center. Regulars might argue that all that natural light works on a metaphorical level as well.
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Corbett’s Restaurant, owned by husband and wife Chris and Mel Corbett, is celebrating 30 years on Pine Street in downtown Redding. That's a big deal. Here’s a vignette from last week that helps explain Corbett’s longevity.
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In 1913: Inspector White of the state board of pharmacy said that a fire a month ago wiped out the Chinatown in Vina and with it the opium trade as the residents moved elsewhere. He declared useless the warrants he had received to conduct raids looking for the drug in Vina.
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Defense is no longer an issue in west Redding.
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Commentary on why Enterprise High football will win River Bowl XXI Friday.
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Commentary on why Shasta will win River Bowl XXI.
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Recapping the Northern Section Division II boys and girls prep swimming championships.
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Local sports scores and briefs.
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Firefighters have been called out tonight on a report of a tent on fire off Highway 273 south of Redding.
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Craig and I have been performing our original tunes for the Shasta County Arts Council's ARTsMART since it began many years ago in Redding's Downtown Mall. We missed last year, because I
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A brief look at news from around the North State.
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SAN FRANCISCO (AP) — UC President Napolitano says she's earmarking $5M to help students living in US illegally.
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Redding Police say three of Shasta's Most Wanted have been taken into custody within the previous two weeks.
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Reverge Anselmo’s winery in the Inwood foothills east of Redding is a lovely spot and his chapel is one of the most graceful buildings in the North State.
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The Obama administration's menu of current problems -- eavesdropping, Syria, health care -- feels especially perilous because they go the question of core competency to govern.
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All women who are pregnant or planning to become pregnant need early and regular prenatal care to protect the health of mother and baby.
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The Record Searchlight seeks nominations for the fourth annual 20 Under 40 Emerging Leaders Program. This program honors 20 individuals younger than 40 who are leaving an imprint on the Redding area through their professional and philanthropic efforts.
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Shasta County Citizens Advocating Respect will hold its 24th Annual award dinner Friday at the Hilton Garden Inn in Redding.
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Simpson University women's soccer hosted a California Pacific Conference match vs. Menlo College.
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When the city cuts impact fees to encourage growth, does it really leave residents any better off? Or do we just dilute what we have and leave a bigger maintenace bill?
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A labor union representing employees of the outsourced Redding Electric Utility call center says it plans to appeal a court ruling that the city was within its rights to contract an outside operator.
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Shifts in our routines and in the amount of light we are exposed to during the day can wreak havoc on the quality of our sleep. There are some studies that indicate the older we get, the more difficulty we have maintaining healthy sleep when dealing with a change in our environment and routines.
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Nearly 50 people attended a working group at the Redding Library this afternoon to offer their input on the future of some mental health services in Shasta County.
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A Shasta County jury is expected to begin deliberations Thursday in the murder trial of a Cottonwood man accused of killing his wife last year.
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Trinity County today unveiled a new emergency operation center aimed at helping the county better respond when a disaster strikes.
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A brief look at business news from around the North State.
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Tehama County authorities say a DNA test that failed to find Quentin Bealer’s genetic material on the teen he is accused of killing doesn’t represent the strength of the prosecution’s case.
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So argue the folks over at the Cato Institute. They're created a searchable web site that promises: "The state of humanity is improving. Fast. Let us show you the evidence." Here's the link. And some pop music in the same...
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  The Redding Police Department would like to remind citizens of Redding to stay alert this year on Halloween.  Here are some tips to make your holiday safe: • Do not approach houses with the lights turned off. • Younger children should go out to trick-or-treat as early as possible (before dark), and an&n
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Pictured: The Pumpkin Pie and Dark Chocolate Indulgence at the just-opened Sky's Pure Food on Athens Avenue in the Cypress Square shopping center (for Redding old-timers: the former Baskin & Robbins location)....
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One of two men involved in the 2012 theft of $1.2 million in gold from the courthouse in Yreka has been ordered to pay just over $1.35 million in restitution.
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A reported gang member convicted of burglary and threatening three different victims was sentenced today in Shasta County Superior Court to 33 years to life in prison.
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Shasta County sheriff's detectives say more than 200 pounds of processed marijuana were found at the scene of an attempted murder in Jones Valley that resulted in one man being shot.
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Check here for live updates from today's press conference on the homicide of Red Bluff teen Marysa Nichols, who was found dead in February.
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A commenter on today's story about the latest in the ongoing lawsuits involving Shasta County says so. From the public records at the County Clerk's office: Anselmo donated $5000 to Swendiman; $10,000 to Clifford; $15,000 to Jones, $7000 to Schappell...
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If you've been wondering the answer to that question and more, this interview with Harvard researcher David Keith will be enlightening....
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Swedish immigrant Olof Olson and his American wife Irene (nee Bosworth) purchased the property in 1926. Olof commissioned his friend Elmer Torpin, a master craftsman also from Sweden to design and build a barn similar to the barns of...
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"Be A Man" Catholic Men's Conference from Deacon Pat Kearns on Vimeo. Do you belong to a Men's group? If you don't, you don't know what you are missing.  There is something very special about
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Several comments suggest, in response to today's editorial about Red Bluff's survey about a local sales tax and the shortage of local police officers, that hiring more cops to chase crooks wouldn't accomplish anything since there's nowhere to hold them...
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Local police are offering Halloween safety tips for those planning to take children trick-or-treating Thursday. According to the Redding Police Department, people should:
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From Fresno Bee article, here, about need for a wet winter to end drought-like conditions: "Northern reservoirs face similar challenges, though water storage is not as low as Pine Flat. Shasta, Oroville, Trinity, New Melones, Don Pedro and Exchequer are...
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Here’s a Jones Valley view home atop a hill and seems to have an attractive price.
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Expect a sunny day Wednesday with a high near 69 degrees and north-northwest wind of about 5 mph. The night should be clear with a low dipping down to 48 and the wind should shift south. Thursday will again be sunny but warmer with a high near 76 and those conditions will repeat on Friday. A slight chance of showers will mo
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The Tehama County District Attorney will hold a press conference this afternoon about the murder case of Marysa Nichols, who was found strangled in a field next to her high school Feb. 28.
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Halloween is upon us! This year, however, there is something much more sinister afoot than the usual hordes of zombies, vampires, and cavities. I'm talking about ransomware, a particularly malevolent form of computer virus that can hold your personal files or your whole operating system hostage. Ransomware is especially mal
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Halloween is the speed bump that forces us to stop and fully embrace October's last gasp before we just speed head-first into Thanksgiving plans. And I don't know about you, but as a foodie, my mind is already wandering away from candy corn and carved pumpkins and toward thoughts of my favorite holiday of all: [...]
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In 1913: Interest in the Cottonwood ball game between the fats and the leans were telling what they intend to do to the other. The leans said that when the game was over the fats would have lost so much weight that each and every one of them would be qualified to play for the leans in any future contest.
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Izzy Matthews has served as the face of the Enterprise High offense all season.
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Local sports scores and briefs.
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Salmon fishing continued to be good from the Barge Hole to Chico, and some brighter, newer fish started to move in last week.
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A roundup of North State news briefs.
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We'd believe the North State's conservative history on tax votes over the results of one online survey -- and yet the need for more money for local public safety is undeniable.
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There is no point in throwing the rascals out, if we are just going to get a new set of rascals to replace them.
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Many of the women who choose abortion have few other choices, and often the other part of the pregnancy (the male half) is urging her to abort so he will not have child support payments.
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I find it almost bizarre that anyone still associates pro-choice with "pro-abortion."
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Attorney puts on 90-minute defense; does not call Mark Duenas to testify.
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Kevin Askeland's biweekly North State Notes column takes a look at Northern Section high school sports from a historical and current perspective.
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Anderson police conclude investigation into incident where child got on wrong bus. And the school changes part of its protocal, using stickers instead of necklaces bearing bus numbers and kids' names.
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Rep. Doug LaMalfa voted to shut down the government, which could have taken away veteran/military pay. And yet he shows up to the dedication of the veterans home.
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With Harry Truman, we knew where the buck stopped. Democrats have changed.
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I want to thank the McConnell Foundation for improving the health and welfare of our community by providing a safe and enjoyable place to walk and hang out.
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North State business news in brief.
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Residents in and around Big Bend are upset over traffic from logging trucks salvaging timber from last year's Bagley Fire, saying the trucks are speeding, making loud noises and potentially wrecking their roads.
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Football is America's game and bars in Redding make their pitch to attract college and NFL fans.
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I was very disappointed not to see a visit to Lassen Volcanic National Park on the top 75 things to do in the North State.
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Bob Mortimer, a triple-amputee, came to Pioneer High School in Redding Tuesday with an upbeat message for students about making smart choices.
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Happy Valley Volunteer Patrol to hold chili feed to raise funds for services.
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Shasta County has prevailed in another suit filed by vintner and restaurateur Reverge Anselmo, county officials said Tuesday afternoon.
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Top Redding officials say the high number of vacancies at the electric utility is crippling their efforts to keep up with preventive maintenance, putting the city at risk of power outages and potential fines.
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Look for Redding firefighters and city leaders in your neighborhood this Halloween to pass out candy and deliver a fire-safety message.
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That's how Peter Lee, head of Covered California, describes President Obama's promises from back in the day -- much repeated lately -- that "if you like your health insurance, you can keep it." So reports Debra Saunders of the Chronicle....
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Sounds like some good old-fashioned fun. It's being put on by the Fort Crook Museum, November 9th at 2:00 p.m. at the InterMountain Fairgrounds in McArthur. $10 at the door. The museum people say it will be their most unusual...
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A Sacramento area man who pleaded no contest in July to seriously injuring a former Shasta College football player during a one-punch fight last October was sentenced Monday by a Butte County Superior Court judge to four years in prison.
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The Tehama County District Attorney's Office will hold a press conference Wednesday in the slaying of a 14-year-old girl in Red Bluff.
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Shasta County officials say they've prevailed in another suit filed by vintner and restaurateur Reverge Anselmo this afternoon.
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            In the game proceeding Shasta’s homecoming game scheduled for Saturday October 26th, the Knights bring everything they’ve got in their match against the Los Medanos Mustangs last Saturday evening on October 19th 2013. S
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A Shasta Lake man remains listed in critical condition at a Redding hospital, four days after a physical fight with another man over a woman.
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Known for his robust build and boisterous personality, Dr. John Whitmer brilliantly teaches United States History (HIST 17A and HIST 17B), and Introduction to American Government (POLS 2) here at Shasta College. He was born in Riverside, Ca
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Halloween is coming up, a sweet and scary holiday savored by children and adults alike. On October 31, another holiday known as El Día de Los Muertos, or The Day of the Dead, will also be celebrated on campus ou
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To lesli!
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Hey, got dinner plans for tomorrow night? You cannot beat the Power to Seniors Soup Kitchen. The flier doesn't brag, but most of the better restaurants in Redding contribute fantastic soups. Worth every penny even if you didn't care about...
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One of the arguments of boosters of the State of Jefferson movement is that they could unwind overly restrictive environmental regulations that make it difficult to earn a living in rural California, reviving timber and ranching and mining. Confronted with...
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Sean Kearns by deaconkearns on GoAnimate
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Redding police this morning were trying to sort out roles in a melee that broke out when a man tried to serve papers at a house on Lakewood Drive.
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From a highly recommended and readable piece here in the Merced Sun-Star on the ongoing celebration of Joaquin Miller's life and works, at the Mount Shasta Sisson Museum: "He was politically incorrect all of his life," said Margaret Guilford-Kardell, at...
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So you, or someone you know, needs to sign up for health insurance. Medi-Cal isn’t available to you; you’re not on an employer plan; and you need to sign up for insurance For starts, here are the two most foremost things for you to know: Number One - www.coveredca.com Number Two – Read up. There’s a [...]
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Shasta County's new juvenile hall facility is getting ready to open soon, and the public is invited to attend a ribbon-cutting for the facility on Nov. 6.
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A man is in critical condition today after he was shot in the chest earlier today northeast of Redding.
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As is frequently the case, reading through one of Rob Lightfoot’s articles it brings to mind a parallel line of thought for me. His story about trying to remember stuff, like names of neighbors, reminded me of some of my experiences around town. Having taught in a classroom for 27 years and along with that [...]
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National Weather Service forecasters say it'll be cool but mostly sunny today in the Redding area. The high is expected to reach about 64degrees, while tonight's low will be about 43 degrees. Expect things to gradually warm up throughout the week, though, with highs in the mid-70s by Friday.
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The defense is expected to begin presenting its case today in the murder trial of a Cottonwood man charged with murdering his wife last year.
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LOS ANGELES — The maker of Sriracha hot sauce is under fire for allegedly fouling the air around its Southern California factory.
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Week Nine of the Northern Section Football Media Poll, with the same factbox as every week.
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In 1913: P. Ribero, a Spaniard employed at the Quartz Hill Mine, died after being struck on the head by a block of wood thrown down an open cut by a timberman. He was struck at 7 p.m. and died at 9:45 p.m. without regaining consciousness.
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Breaking down the playmakers for Shasta and Enterprise High football in River Bowl XXI.
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A feature on "The Odd Couple" - Enterprise High football coach Darren Trueblood and Shasta's Aaron Gingery.
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From a Redding local concerned about homelessness comes word of this letter that the ACLU of Chico sent to the Chico City Council, suggesting the city declare a "shelter crisis" in response to rising homelessness, which is said to be...
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When I first started writing songs about far northern California, I had a vague notion that the music might be used to help promote the area that Craig and I have come to love and call "home."  Well, a 'vague notion' isn't worth much (except maybe on a Scrabble board) BUT folks with a plan and website cont
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The Northern Section girls golf championships.
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One person is dead tonight after a single-vehicle rollover wreck in Tehama County.
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One person is dead after a single-vehicle rollover wreck Monday night in Tehama County.
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The BBC reports on a hilarious mix-up that happened to a British woman. Excerpt: "She said she had already eaten her in-flight meal and drunk a gin and tonic before she found out she was on the wrong flight. "I...
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Why are distant members of Congress, including Rep. Doug LaMalfa, intervening in a dispute involving a Santa Barbara County gaming tribe against the wishes of local learders? The tribe's massive political donations sure offer a hint.
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The settlement of a Fair Political Practicies Commission case reveals extraordinary maneuvers to hide the source of political cash -- and extraordinary hypocrisy.
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The Women's Fund's grant program will no longer support groups that it thinks discriminate -- including the Good News Rescue Mission. But isn't that discriminating?
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People don't stop to think about how our police put their lives on the line every day to protect our citizens.
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See who was at what recent event.
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Neighborhood Church expects project to be complete late next year.
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Longtime Redding surgeon George A. Swendiman Jr., whose passion for medicine was only equaled by his love for his family and golf, died Sunday at home. He was 92.
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Cool temperatures persist before seasonal norms in 70's return on Thursday.
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Emily Westphal honored for her go-to attitude and leadership skills.
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At a cabin on a lake in the mountains, where I/m supposed to be working hard on a book, I spend a lot of time watching other things doing what they're supposed to be doing.
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Business news in brief from the North State.
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Nearly two years after the city banned them and a court order upheld the move, all but one of Redding’s medical marijuana dispensaries have closed.
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Roundup of news from the North State.
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A county-wide check of registered sex offenders in Tehama County on Sunday led to three felony arrests and four children being placed in the care of protective custody, the county’s Sheriff’s Department said today.
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Three people were arrested Sunday during a law enforcement sweep of sex offenders living in Tehama County.
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This famous cave was created 200-300 million years ago during the Permian Age. It contains fossils of corals, snails, clams, giant ground sloths, oxen, camels, and more. The variety and quality of the remains excavated from the cave are surpassed...
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Burglary suspect Jeanne Lou Vetter arrested without incident.
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The West Valley girls cross country team placed seventh Saturday in the Division IV sweepstakes race at the Mt. San Antonio College meet in Southern California.
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Tehama County deputies say a 76-year-old Los Molinos man reported Saturday that a man and women forced their way into his home, demanding prescription medications while threatening him with a knife.
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Tehama County deputies say two men knocked on a Gerber man's door Saturday pretending to need help, then pulled guns on him, hit him in the head and tied him up with duct tape.
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Simpson University’s Master of Arts in Counseling Psychology (MACP) program honored Charlene Ramont as Community Member of the Year during a graduate award reception this month.
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Hickory Farms is opening at Mt. Shasta Mall October 31.
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Trick or treating at Mt. Shasta Mall begins at 5:30 p.m. on Halloween for kids 12 and under. A Monster Bash in the Food Court will also take place with music, games and a costume contest.
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Dental patients came from all over to take advantage of Dr. Parvin Carter's Free Dental Care Day. Many of them had been suffering from crucial pain for a long time.
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The Shasta County Coroner's Office still has not identified two people who died in a suspicious fire in Ingot Friday.
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Noticed road crews working on sidewalks and asphalt paths near Cloverdale (see photo). Pat Minturn at the county provided details: "(Re:) your inquiry about our ongoing Safe Routes to Schools project in Happy Valley. "We're adding sidewalk and a...
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The federal government will stop printing lithographic charts of U.S. waters. So says this press release on the NOAA.gov web site. Another casualty of the digital age. Excerpt: "Like most other mariners, I grew up on NOAA lithographic charts and...
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Shasta County sheriff's deputies are looking for an "armed and dangerous" man they say nearly hit deputies with a Ford Bronco on Sunday, then crashed the vehicle through two fences before running away after it went off a cliff.
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A work of art and a labor of love, this custom built, Spanish Hacienda-style home tucked onto a hillside in Foxwood estates, west of Redding, has the flavor of old Mexico mixed with all of the modern amenities.  Fred and Linda Bergstrom’s home is a study in the owners’ love of Spanish architecture and Mexican [...]
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Recently, I interviewed Erin Ryan about the events in Northern California and Southern Oregon and what I discovered was that the Federal government and two state governments have declared war upon the residents of this region. This from Dave Hodges...
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Here’s a 1999 built 1400 sqft 3/2 foreclosure home on a couple acres with a second, detached garage. Care to party like it’s 1999?
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A fire that broke out this morning caused $10,000 in damages to a house on Freeman Way in southeast Redding.
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Redding police are looking for two men they say assaulted and tried to rob a woman leaving a Larkspur Lane hotel early Monday morning.
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LOS ANGELES (AP) — The doctor convicted of killing Michael Jackson was released from jail Monday after serving nearly two years of a four-year sentence.
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Today will be significantly cooler than recent days in Redding, and there's also a decent chance of some rain in the area. The National Weather Forecast predicts a high of 61 degrees and a 30 percent chance of showers after noon. Otherwise, there should be partly sunny skies. At night, expect a low of 40 degrees and a 20 pe
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Halloween is a time when many people like a good scare. Whether it’s a frightening costume party or a horrifying haunted house, kids and grown-ups alike line up for a good fright. What makes it enjoyable is that it’s all in good fun. People know that there is no real danger as long as precautions [...]
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>Rescue and law enforcement personnel are at the scene tonight of a reported hit and run accident with injuries near Highway 273 and Thomas Road, just south of Happy Valley Road.
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North state in brief.
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In 1913: The Redding Steam laundry was ready to do all kinds of dry cleaning, dyeing and pressing. “Call up Main 44. Our wagon will call in any part of the city.”
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By the time the county drafts a new marijauana ordinance and finds a way to enforce it, the voters might well have already legalized the drug.
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Political brinkmanship, government by crisis, has become an expected and extremely damaging form of partisan political fighting in Washington.
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Before pointing fingers at politician or party, ask yourself how much you like your Medicare, home mortgage deduction, or favorite grant program.
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While vacationing in California, my husband and I met two angels.
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Members of the Wintu Tribe of Northern California say the cultural center enables them to tell their own story.
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Does downtown Redding need a marketing plan? A select group of downtown advocates will meet this week to talk about the potential for such a plan and what it might look like.
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HAYFORK - Firefighters have surrounded a quarter-acre vegetation fire burning off Highway 3 and Victoria Lane in the Hayfork area.
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Fire crews this afternoon headed to Mercy Medical Center in Redding, where flames have reportedly were seen on a hillside near the hospital.
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A new video, with a Halloween theme. UPDATE: And here's who's behind the "Creepy Uncle Sam" campaign....
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Kimball Plains Road is a little country road about seven miles west of downtown Cottonwood on the north side of Gas Point Road. It is named for the Kimball family who were long-time sheepmen in Shasta and Tehama counties. The...
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Shasta County sheriff's deputies this morning are looking for whoever stole a car from the Country Market in Happy Valley.
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Officers this morning headed to the My T Fine Foods store in Bella Vista, where a man crashed his car into the building.
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The only thing better than meeting new friends, is meeting new friends who make beer. Both Adam and Karl make beer. Adam has mastered his beer making skills and truthfully makes a beer that is better than any
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I had the most Intense "Vision" that was really a "Trigger" to Deja Vu a Dream!  I had a "Slice" as if it was a PICTURE Imprinted On My Mind! From it I can Re-create the Knowledge of what I saw!  Wow! In the future, I saw hospital person operating a hand held device that was analyzing information from a pati
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LOS ANGELES — Marcia Wallace, the voice of scoffing schoolteacher Edna Krabappel on "The Simpsons," whose wise-cracking characters on "The Bob Newhart Show" and other prime-time hits endeared her to generations of TV viewers, has died.
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Sunday's high will dip into the 70s after more than a week with highs in the 80s. The day should reach about 75 degrees with a south-southeast wind of about 6 mph in the afternoon. Forecasters are calling for a 20 percent of showers after 11 p.m. and a 30 percent chance of rain after 11 a.m. Monday. Monday will be near 61 a
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The Redding Christian Lions scored 21 points in the fourth quarter for a come-from-behind, 37-28 win over Big Valley in Bieber on Friday night.
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In 1913: The United States civil service commission announced that an examination for the position of forest and field clerk would be held that Dec. 13. The salary for the position of forest clerk was $1,100 or $1,200 a year and the field clerk for the reclamation service, at a salary of from $60 to $125 a month.
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Redding police are assisting the Shasta County Sheriff's Office tonight in investigating a report of a man injured in the arm from a possible gunshot.
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A roundup of North State news briefs.
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California Highway Patrol officers say a woman went to the hospital after she crashed her motorcycle in Palo Cedro this evening.
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The remarkable story of a girl with everything stacked against her, and the teacher and book that changed everything.
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An initiative pushed by the Democratic mayor of San Jose is the key to taming the pension costs that are putting an ever-tighter squeeze on local services in California.
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Reagan made government the enemy and turned political arguments into just-so stories untethered from fact. America is still struggling with the consequences.
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Dylan Desmarais moaned in pain on the turf. Marzett Davis hopped off the field with an ankle injury. Robert “Scooter” Edmondson was in sweats by half and concussed.
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The school shooting in Sparks, Nev., has the same recurring theme that Sandy Hook and others have: Some irresponsible gun owner left their pistol laying around and it was picked up by some kid who killed somebody with it.
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A coalition has raised $1 million in pledges toward an incentive package that would help bring new air service to Redding. Now the group is waiting for an airline to take the offer.
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Dear Babe: I met Tommy Morrison in an airport, and he signed a piece of paper for me.
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Date of birth: March 11, 1966 Height: 5 feet, 9 inches Weight: 165 pounds Brown hair, brown eyes Charge: Assault with a deadly weapon
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Date of birth: April 7, 1993 Height: 5 feet, 8 inches Weight: 160 pounds Brown hair, blue eyes Charge: Burglary
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Date of birth: Oct. 7, 1989 Height: 5 feet, 9 inches Weight: 180 pounds Brown hair, brown eyes Charge: Drug possession
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Date of birth: April 12, 1955 Height: 5 feet, 1 inche Weight: 135 pounds Black hair, brown eyes Charge: Burglary
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Date of birth: Aug. 16, 1957 Height: 6 feet, 1 inch Weight: 180 pounds Brown hair, blue eyes Charge: Drug possession
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A very big bird and two hoagies top off a peaceful trip.
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Panel advises young woman how to help friend and herself.
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It's official. We have a teenager in the house. Our daughter, Payton, turned 13 last month.
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Visit to retreat proves that sometimes it's better to mingle than be alone.
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"What Has Nature Ever Done to Us" uses data and stories to make its point.
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Here's how to know if you're reading a real review or a fabricated one.
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Q: Is it legal to fish for manta rays in California, specifically in the San Francisco Bay area?
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Northern Section football playoff points are released.
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                          Families Honoring Our Troops dedicated a flagpole today (Oct. 26) outside the Redding Library.
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It looks like one but it's not. It's a historic cold storage room cut into the side of the hill. Many of you have probably seen it on the far side (east side) of Clear Creek as you drive into...
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Please accept my apology for not posting the History Mystery Photo Contest yesterday. The truth is, I completely forgot. Since my surgery I haven't really been myself, but I promise to have it up there again next Friday at 9:00...
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Firefighters say a blaze broke out at a home in Burney this morning.
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To find out, I e-mailed Scott Mobley in Portland. His response: "Yes, it's still a bit early to worry about a third straight dry winter in Northern California. "California precipitation is high impact -- large amounts in relatively short periods....
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Two snaps from Friday night's memorable CD release party at the Vintage Wine Bar & Restaurant in downtown Redding featuring the Jim Dyar Band. Pic #1: The band, in "costume," kicking off a set that included all the tracks on...
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Drive the roads of the Valley floor of Northern California this time of year and the world stretches out in front of you as though it goes on forever, as though you can see forever. Dun colored fields move in the early fall winds - the grasslands and hills are waiting for the sigh of [...]
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The second Paws For A Cause-Top Cowdog competition comes to Red Bluff today.
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ANDERSON — The eighth annual North Valley Stand Down to help homeless veterans and veterans in need concludes today at the Shasta District Fair grounds.
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Mostly sunny skies will sit over Redding on Saturday, though the area will stay warm with an expected high near 84 degrees. A north-northwest wind of about 6 mph will become light and variable by the afternoon. Sunday will be about 79 with more sun expected. An approaching low pressure system will drop temperatures to 67 on
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Families Honoring our Troops will dedicate a flag pole and honor the 132 Multi-Role Bridge Company at a ceremony from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. today at the Redding Library , 1100 Parkview Ave.
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In 1913: The Eureka city board of health ordered all public schools, both high, grammar and Catholic, closed as a result of a threatened epidemic of infantile paralysis. There were seven cases, two fatal, reported.
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Red Bluff High hosts Pleasant Valley in an Eastern Athletic League game with massive playoff implications.
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Shasta High football hosts Paradise in a pivotal D-I matchup and the Record Searchlight's Game of the Week.
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Enterprise High football travels to Sutter in a battle for Northern Section supremacy.
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High school football leads area roundup.
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A brief look at news from around the North State.
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Shasta High football would love a repeat of 2011.
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Red Bluff High football has had a charmed couple of weeks.
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The Western Open Fiddle Championships began Friday and run through Saturday at the Tehama County Fair grounds.
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Contributions to U.S. Rep. Doug LaMalfa’s re-election bid continue to dwarf those of his chief rival Heidi Hall, the latest finance disclosures show.
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The state of California has a long list of expensive computer debacles. Remarkably, it managed to get the new health insurance exchange mostly right, even as the federal system has flopped.
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At last week's 75th birthday party at the Redding Record Searchlight's office on Twin View Boulevard I felt (variously) old, impressed, depressed and optimistic.
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Doug LaMalfa did not try to deceive anyone about his political stand — he was and is a Tea Party conservative.
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I loved the typestyle and contents of the anniversary issue. Silas Lyons' piece was wonderful and made me miss Tom King all over again.
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Letter to the editor
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A brief look at business news from around the North State.
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West Valley High School students got a sense of how hard it is to do two things at once as part of Thursday activities aimed at discouraging texting while driving.
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Roy Ford has seen a lot of vegetables in his many years of gardening, but the past two years he’s seen some vegetables come through with odd shapes.
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Q. My tomato vines have grown quite unruly. Can I safely trim them and still expect fruit to ripen?
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Garlic, tarragon and rosemary can be included in a winter garden.
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A small group of individuals will get together next week to talk about the potential for a downtown Redding marketing plan.
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Export of U.S. arms sales has just been given a tremendous boost, which will further intensify already existing global instability, misery and bloodshed.
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Forensic testing has revealed that a man’s DNA was found on the breast of a 14-year-old Red Bluff girl found strangled in February, but it doesn’t belong to Marysa Nichols’ accused murderer, according to court documents obtained by the Record Searchlight.
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It just might be time to send our political leaders on a re-education Cruz.
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Shasta College plays its biggest game of 2013, hosting Contra Costa in a Bay Valley Conference battle Saturday at 6 p.m.
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Thomas Lawrence's weekly "College Notebook" column dissects college sports in the North State and beyond.
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As hundreds gathered in south Redding today to celebrate the grand opening of a project more than a decade in the making, Maurice Johannessen eyed the grassy plot of land across the street.
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Two people are dead after a suspicious fire burned a home and a travel trailer in separate parts of a junkyard in Ingot this evening, said deputies with the Shasta County Sheriff's Office.
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Paramedics are in Shasta Lake after receiving word a pickup hit a man and left him lying in the street, bleeding from the head and convulsing.
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Authorities arrested a man and released another in connection to a disturbance east of Redding.
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Firefighters say a blaze spread to a home after it engulfed a shed on a small street off Hartnell this afternoon.
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A man suspected of an “unprovoked and vicious” attack on a police officer Thursday was shot and killed in Weed by police and deputies during another fight later that night.
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A 43-year-old Redding man was arrested early this morning on suspicion of drug possession after a traffic stop on Pine Grove Avenue in Shasta Lake.
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From Media Research Center Tracking Liberal Media Bias Since 1996 Friday October 25, 2013 @ 10:43 AM ET 1. NBC Reporter Tries to Blame House GOP for ObamaCare Website Failure In an interview with Tennessee Congresswoman Marsha Blackburn on Wednesday’s MSNBC Andrea Mitchell Reports, fill-in host and NBC White House corresp
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Something’s peculiar about the single MLS photo of this foreclosure home in McCloud. Here’s what it looks like in Google Maps.
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Amos Patton has been identified as the man who shot and wounded three National Guard members in Millington, Tenn., Thursday, sources confirmed Friday morning.
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Donations for victims of the Clover fire can now be delivered to the Disaster Relief Committee through any branch of the North Valley Bank.  Monetary donations can also be mailed to the Disaster Relief Committee at P.O. Box 281, Igo CA 96047-0281.  Donations will be tax deductible with a statement mailed to the do
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10:30pm. Thursday night. Just realized that by this time, I should be thinking about submitting my column. And I haven't even started thinking about writing it yet. That's because it's Fund Drive week at JPR, and I'm exhausted. I've been on the air all day, every day all week long, giving out a toll free [...]
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Redding’s new Veterans Home will hold its grand opening today at 3400 Knighton Rd. Festivities kick off at 10 a.m. and include live music, a two-plane fly over, guest speakers and more.
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Redding has a few more days of sun and highs in the 80s before a looming low pressure system drops temperatures nearly 15 degrees. Friday should be sunny with a high of about 81 and light and variable wind. Saturday and Sunday should be about the same. Monday will see a drop to 68 degrees under mostly sunny skies. Daytime h
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We know that we are from God, and the whole world lies in the power of the evil one.           Signs of the end time Jesus never said the Christian calling would be easy. On the contrary, He said it would be challenging (Matthew 7:13-14) But understand this, that in the […]
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Does Army consider Christians, Tea Party, a terror threat? At a time when school boards in cities like New York are advocating the implementation of the celebration of Muslim holidays in schools and at the same time outlawing the use of words and phrases relating to Christianity, or substituting terms like Christmas vacatio
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In 1913: A full force of men were put to work in the olive orchard of the Ehmann Olive Co. in Happy Valley. The olives being picked were ripe, large and of excellent quality. The crop was about three weeks earlier than the previous year.
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[Comment and I will pick a category for you to recommend three things. The category could be broad (eg. "books") or specific (eg. "French cakes"). If you don't feel confident with it, I'll give you another one.] The question, posed by
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First-place Shasta High volleyball entertains Foothill in a Sac River League showdown.
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T.J. Holmes' weekly "Prep Notebook" column breaks down North State high school sports.
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Local sports scores and briefs.
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The annual 2-day October Speedfest Open show at Shasta Speedway was held this weekend to close the 2013 racing season at the Shasta County Fairgrounds in Anderson.
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A brief look at news from around the North State.
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David Kerr, a local history lover and avid walker, wrote to tell me he liked my recent story on Mill Creek and provided more information: "There are two apple trees, planted by the miner or his wife, about 100 yards...
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Previewing Week 8's prep football games including the Record Searchlight's Game of the Week: Paradise at Shasta.
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The Shasta County Opportunity Center celebrated 50 years of helping disabled people get a chance at work on Thursday.
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North Valley Stand Down offers services for veterans.
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Five hundred miles away from Redding, Ben Reed started his new job as the police chief for Elko, Nev., this week.
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The senior deputy district attorney prosecuting a Cottonwood man charged with murdering his wife wrapped up — but did not rest her case today in Shasta County Superior Court.
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The nearly century-old building housing the Cottonwood Fire Protection District's crew is a testament to a community's ability to make do -- but enough is enough.
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Our entitlements are like the weather: Everyone talks about them but no one does anything.
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I wonder how many people returned from church on Sunday to be appalled at the pro-abortion letter from Suzy Coffee.
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In all the years I have been researching Shasta County history, I have only found three Indian treaties I believe to be reliable. Two are verbal and one was written. Only one of the treaties was honored. It is possible others were made, but as of yet, I have yet to find them.
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Fundraisers benefiting breast cancer, kids and the arts also on the calendar.
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I am highly offended by the political cartoon of Oct. 18, showing President Obama dressed as Queen Marie Antoinette.
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Have you been assaulted and badly injured with unforeseen health consequences? Do you call RPD? Forget it!
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Though she didn’t grow up on a ranch, Cassie Smith has taken to corralling cattle like cows to a pasture.
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A brief look at business news from around the North State.
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Kayla Ogram said her son is grounded after getting lost on his way home from school today, but she'd really like to know how Meadow Lane staff lost track of the six-year-old.
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Dear Babe: I met Tommy Morrison in an airport, and he signed a piece of paper for me.
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One of the most frustrating things about the still-new and still-controversial $150-a-year tax on residents of the rural State Responsibility Area is that residents get nothing visible in return. Maybe Cal Fire's heard those complaints. An announcement out of the...
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Authorities say they caught one of Shasta's Most Wanted in Jones Valley today.
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Two people were wounded and a suspect was in custody Thursday afternoon after a shooting just north of the Naval Support Activity Mid-South in Millington, Tenn., about 18 miles north of Memphis.
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From the L.A. Times: Los Angeles' new controller moved Wednesday to open city finances to quick and easy public scrutiny online, unveiling a website with extensive detail on how City Hall collects and spends billions of dollars. The website, Control...
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Modoc County, a Jefferson wannabe, is angling for a grant from Sacramento to replace its jail. "It's a make or break deal for us. We're either going to get awarded the grant, or we're going to be back dumping backhoe-levels...
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From our congressman's office comes a remarkably un-leading email asking constituents to share their experience with the Affordable Care Act: As our country enters week four of the health care exchange rollout, I want to know how Obamacare (Affordable Care...
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Firefighters quickly contained two small vegetation fires in Trinity this morning.
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E-mail Realtor Chris Haedrich sent inviting folks to kick-off of Brent Weaver's campaign; the subject line was "Local politics -- Who needs it?": Dear Friends & Family, I'm not sure if any of you have had the pleasure of attending...
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Wooded Acres in Redding is characterized by larger 70′s type Ranch Style homes on big suburban lots. “Ranch style home in desirable Wooded Acres. Home is located on 1/2 acre lot and has many amenities including a gated pool area,20 x 30 metal shop. RV parking with large concre
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Ari Shapiro is a name-dropper, and a man who knows his way around Washington. But all things considered, he’d rather be covering a hurricane. Tuesday night Shapiro, NPR’s Washington correspondent, shared his stories in Chico’s Laxson auditorium. The crowd numbered six hundred plus, mostly silver-haired fans of Nationa
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The Opportunity Center will hold a 50th anniversary celebration today from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. at the organization, 1265 Redwood Blvd. in north Redding.
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Expect a few more warms days before a drop in temperatures beginning Monday. A high pressure ridge remains over the North State, bringing Thursday’s expected high to about 85 degrees. Temperatures through Sunday should remain in the low 80s, though a low pressure system will move into the area and drop the daytime high to
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Although she works in multiple mediums, DonnaLee Mattson thinks of herself as a watercolor artist. And although she creates some abstract work, she tends to be a realist and “loves to paint all of God’s creatures from the warm and fuzzy to the usually unlovable.” Mattson’s portrayal of loveable creatures will be fea
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At one time, Yaks coffee shops appeared to be everywhere in Redding — Bechelli Lane, downtown, Dana Drive, Simpson University and Hilltop Drive. Now the business exists in Mount Shasta and Dunsmuir only.
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“Rembrandts on Red Walls,” the latest recording from the Jim Dyar Band, has a bit of a rock feel to it — which is not too surprising considering Dyar’s muse was motivated by time spent among the rocks in the Canyonlands area of Utah.
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Shameless O’Leery’s on California Street in downtown Redding delivers on its Facebook promise — “Irish pub food with a modern twist” — with traditional fare such as bangers and mash and shepherds pie and popular new creations like Irish nachos and a $5 burger special dubbed “The Danny Boy.”
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In 1913: Game Warden A. E. Culver of Dunsmuir and fish and game warden for Northern California, who has charge of seeing that the ditches were screened, paid the farmers of the county a visit, notifying them that all ditches must be screened at once or the law would take its course.
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Local sports scores and briefs.
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West Valley High School hosts a Sac River League cross country center meet.
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Identity theft is on the rise in Redding.
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A brief look at news from around the North State.
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It happened 30 years ago. A blog I posted on this day in 2009: 'My war on terror started that day' October 23, 2009 6:29 PM | So said retired Marine and former KQMS talk show host Carl Bott today,...
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Shasta County home sales fell in September compared with August. They were up from a year ago.
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There's a lot of talk about the rise in homelessness in Redding. With years-long waits for rental assistance for the very poor, is it any wonder?
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It is hard not to notice that the Senate solution to the government shutdown is credited primarily to men, behind whom were a handful of women who got the ball rolling.
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Criticism would be better laid at the feet of politicians who continue to approve spending without considering merits and consequences or without even reading and understanding the proposed legislation.
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A doctor cannot watch what the people take when they're out of his office and has to rely on their common sense not to overdose.
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A brief look at business news from around the North State.
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Applications are due Thursday for California counties seeking a slice of state funding to expand or construct new jails, and competition in the North State and beyond is bound to be fierce.
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Longtime Anderson Union High Athletic Director Bob Hadley was a true blue-and-gold Cubs fan, but also known for his support of sports beyond Anderson High. Hadley died Sunday at age 77.
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Costs are falling and more labs are competing for business, which means you can learn more about your health more easily.
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Husbands and wives need to know about assets and bills so they can help fill in when needed.
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Dispose of unwanted medications this Saturday at Mt. Shasta Mall.
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It's pumpkin picking time at the Shasta College Farm.
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ANDERSON — The eighth annual North Valley Stand Down to help homeless veterans and veterans in need begins Thursday at the Shasta District Fair grounds.
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The Cottonwood man accused of killing his wife suggested in a tape-recorded sheriff’s interview video shown to jurors today the husband of his old flame might have been the murderer.
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Progressive activists could take one, and only one, lesson from tea party activists. Organize and run for office. Work for change within the system.
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Republicans were trying to slow down a runaway government that is going to bankrupt this country.
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Is it just my imagination, or does Ted Cruz really look a little too much like Joe McCarthy?
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It's one thing to stoke ignorance, fear, anger, and hate to win election in a home state; it's another to steer a course in the wrong direction for this nation.
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The Shasta Regional Transportation Planning Agency's executive director got a 34 percent raise this week despite hesitation from a few board members and outright dissent from one.
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Lest you thought such things did not exist, here's AP reporting on a near-unanimous House of Representatives vote on a transportation and flood-control bill. Members of both parties praised the measure just a week after Congress voted to end a...
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Fat fingers or typing .com instead of .gov can take you to a possibly dangerous web site. From something called Domain Name Wire: "Consider California, which calls its site Covered California. California gets the bonehead award, because someone beat it...
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The Cottonwood man accused of killing his wife suggested in a tape-recorded sheriff’s interview video shown to jurors today the husband of his old flame might have been the murderer.
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Opened by Chris and Mel ("El Papagayo") Corbett in 1983. A photo of some of the breakfast regulars this morning....
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Redding Police say they arrested a man today who burglarized a neighbor's home.
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Anderson Police arrested three people who allegedly bought alcohol for minors secretly working for officers.
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State of Jefferson proponents argue that the state is much too big to give real people a voice in politics in Sacramento. They point enough to our very large Assembly and Senate districts -- which in the case of Senate...
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Redding Police Chief Robert Paoletti will put the spotlight on identity theft and financial crimes at his fourth quarterly town hall meeting tonight.
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If you or a loved one suffer from one of the many things that can go wrong with your foot or ankle, there is good news.   Redding-based Shasta Orthopaedics is presenting a free seminar by foot and ankle specialist Dr. Jason Nowak. Dr. Nowak will talk about the range of foot and ankle problems and [...]
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These results from Gallup, released yesterday, are striking: For the first time, the pollsters reported, a majority of Americans support legalizing marijuana. And it's not even close. Most remarkable is how much the recent votes in two states, Colorado and...
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We have an exciting opportunity to build great cities and towns in our region by making bicycling safe, convenient and fun. This is not about thinking bikes are cool and its not about weekend exercise and recreation in our beautiful parks and open spaces. Though those things are good too. Making bicycling safe, convenient a
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Here’s a 1982 built 1684 sq ft 2/2 on 2 acres in the often snowy part of upper Shingletown near the KOA and the Shingletown international airport. Okay, we’re not exactly sure the Shingletown airport serves international traffic, so buyer to verify. In fact, it appears in the Google map i
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Redding Police say a police dog helped them arrest a 33-year-old local man suspected of stealing a woman’s car and hitting her with a car door after she confronted him.
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"Why do you listen to that weird music all day?".... Hmmmm.... Well, I guess it is because it is enjoyable, quieting and contributes to the "Fugue" that lends to my Creative Abilities!  If I try to listen to music that has a lot of lyrics, catchy rhythms, messages or anything like that, it is like my Brain
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Redding Police say they arrested a 32-year-old Anderson man Wednesday after a chase from the edge of city limits near Win River Casino into Happy Valley.
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Expect Wednesday to be slightly cooler than earlier this week, though temperatures will still remain in the 80s. The day should be sunny with a high near 83 and north-northwest wind about 6 mph. The night will drop to a low of about 51. Daytime highs should hold at about the same levels through the weekend. A cool down shou
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Cottonwood Fire Chief Eugene Zahara has called for a community meeting at 6 p.m. today to rally support for a new station.
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I know that right now it's unseasonably warm in the north state, and it feels more like early summer, but trust me, it's fall. I know it because my giant oak has started its annual leaf dump onto my roof and into my yard. And I can smell something that reminds me of skunk, but [...]
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In 1913: Shasta County women would be called upon in the near future to serve on coroners’ juries. This very thing was being done in other counties and worked to perfection.
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West Valley High volleyball entertains first-place Shasta in a pivotal Sac River League match.
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Local sports scores and briefs.
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A brief look at news from around the North State.
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KLAMATH RIVER, Weitchpec—Salmon fishing at the mouth of the Trinity slowed and few were heading up the Trinity last week. Odds were best by trying for steelhead at the mouths of creeks.
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The North State Skate Series ended their 2013 season in Anderson this past Saturday.
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A demonstration for National Day of Protest to Stop Police Brutality today drew some 40 people outside the Shasta County courthouse .
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Firefighters say they contained an eight-acre fire this afternoon that burned near the area scorched by the Clover Fire.
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For so many years it's been an unfulfilled promise, but the Redding veterans home is now, no kidding, open for business.
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Years ago, someone said that, according to the laws of aerodynamics, bumblebees cannot fly. But the bumblebees, not knowing the laws of aerodynamics, go ahead and fly anyway.
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A brief look at business news from around the North State.
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California health exchange hasn't been inflicted with the bugs befalling Healthcare.gov.
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The “other” woman testified today in the murder retrial of a Cottonwood man accused of stabbing his wife of nearly 33 years to death last year.
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Cupcakes, punch and chicken wings on the menu for Halloween.
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Redding’s Section 8 housing voucher wait list won’t be taking any new applicants.
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Marvin Byrd said his new room at the Veterans Home in Redding is like living in a mansion.
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A family cat survived a scare at Redding's La Quinta Inn & Suites this week after being stuck in the hotel's walls for two days. Now, the cat's owner wants to warn people against bringing small animals to the hotel.
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The path of America's swelling national debt is not one we can continue walking. Why don't Democrats get that?
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Who are these vandals who oppose freedom and the Constitution?
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What's the price of a Senate seat? Republican leader Mitch McConnell apparently thinks it's a $2.9 billion home-state project.
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The new eagle was named by Redding.com readers and Record Searchlight Facebook followers.
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The California Highway Patrol saysd a man has been pronounced dead after he was found unresponsive in a wrecked blue Toyota at 5426 Riverland Drive at about 5:33 p.m.
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I've been emailing with Judith Lenhart, a descendant of the Gas Point/Bald Hills Maupin pioneer family who wrote to thank me for my recent stories on Gas Point and the Bald Hills, and to also tell me interesting family stories....
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Reports of CHP / Highway Patrol after a man on a dirt Bike, on the north side of Redding.  
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Redding Firefighters say they quickly extinguished a small fire in the air ducts at KCNR 1460's radio station in downtown Redding.
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Sometimes the timing of a letter just makes my day. One Carla Zerfing of Cottonwood, a regular letter writer, mailed us a letter, postmarked Monday, wondering when the heck the veterans home was going to open and saying she just...
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Redding police has released a sketch of a suspect in connection to the assaults on three women while they were on the Sacramento River Trail.
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California Highway Patrol officers say they are searching for a man on a dirt bike who eluded them in three pursuits earlier this afternoon.
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Firefighters are heading out to reports of a fire south of Igo, near the Tehama County line, this afternoon.
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As far as I know, there's no local branch of the New York City-based Rent is Too Damn High Party, and residents of the Big Apple could only dream of having square-footage available at the low rents residents of Redding...
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Here's a link to the survey and the 58 percent number....
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Baker City, Or. After 5 prototypes over 20 years and a successful patent, inventor Gordon Bonebrake is making a bid to bring his game-changing mechanical guitar to production with a Kickstarter campaign. This guitar is both transposable and stays in tune indefinitely. “This unique ability will greatly empower both beginni
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Keeton Cahill, a Boy Scout from Troop 37 in Redding, CA (Elks Lodge), has been awarded his Eagle Scout Rank, Scouting’s highest honor.
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Alfred Harrison, guest lecturer from North Point Gallery in San Francisco discussed the works of artist William Keith who is represented in the Boggs collection at Shasta State Historic Park on Sunday 10-13-13.
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Three Northstate Kids tie for First Place at the Mt. Shasta Mall Talent Showcase!
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Searching for the perfect book? Do you have a favorite author but don't want to pay bookstore prices? Check out our quarterly book sale to benefit the Cottonwood Community Library.
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Not all stories about the use of firearms are bad.
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St. Joseph School -Thinks Pink!
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Veteran Advocates Abound in Shasta County...
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A "must add" to all the wonderful events happening the first weekend in November. One-of-a-kind, handmade clothing, accessories, art and home decor.
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Gum disease has been linked to: Heart attack, stroke, Alzheimer's disease, Pancreatic cancer, Pneumonia, Respiratory Tract Infection,Breast cancer, Diabetes, Knee arthritis, Premature birth, and low birth weight (PLBW) babies.
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You've chosen a name for Liberty's new mate.
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Your teeth can last a lifetime if you practice basic dental care, which involves brushing, flossing regularly, eating a mouth-healthy diet, and visiting your dentist and/or dental hygienist for regular checkups and cleanings.
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Our dental education should be changed. We should obtain an extra two years of education and get a degree as a general physician and then specialize in dentistry. The length of education would not be a lot longer. This would improve the health of the US population as well as increase access to dental care at lower cost, whi
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Forwarded Tom Elias's column (in today's paper here) to Shasta College prez Joe Wyse and he replied with this press release: Shasta College to Participate on Statewide Committee to explore Four-Year Degree Proposal REDDING - Dr. Kevin O'Rorke, Vice President...
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By James Reimer ARDMORE- The main character of this book, Jake Young is a current day casket salesman that moves back to his native Nebraska from Colorado to take a new territory in western Nebraska. He buys a house on a bluff that overlooks the town of Scottsbluff. On his way up to Hot Springs, South Dakota to call on one
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New technology has made it possible to build a dental retainer which would help you hear in one deaf ear.
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Liberty Arts presents “Fish Out Of Water,” featuring 11 artists spawned from the MFA program of CSU Chico 2011.
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Check here for live updates from today's Shasta County Board of Supervisors meeting, which starts at 9 a.m. at 1450 Court St., Suite 263 in downtown Redding.
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Here’s an unusually cute and solid looking HUD home made of brick, and with a tile roof.
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Sunny skies with a high temperature near 83 degrees are in today's weather forecast for Redding, meteorologists with the National Weather Service in Sacramento say.Tonight's low should be near 55 degrees. Wednesday's forecast calls for sunny skies with a high temperature near 82, while Thursday should see sunny skies with a
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The trial of a Cottonwood man accused of murdering his wife last year is set to enter its third week of evidence and testimony today in Shasta County Superior Court.
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Once there was a dog trainer who said, “If your dog won’t come when you call, he isn’t your dog.”  A provocative statement, but I must say, I agree with him. If you can’t successfully call your dog, his life is limited to the backyard or at the end of a leash. Forever. Teaching a malleable pupp
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The latest release of the Northern Section Prep Football Media Poll is released.
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In 1913: Jack Roberts and F. F. Reap, two men well known in Redding, were arrested about 9 p.m. after the staging of a miniature war in the Oregon stables on Market Street. The men were intoxicated and having become enraged at one another, drew guns and fired all the shells in both of them. Neither was injured.
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A brief look at news from around the North State.
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Anderson High’s girls golf team captured its third Northern Athletic League title in the past four years at Lake Shastina Golf Course on Monday.
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The BBC explains, here. UPDATE: A day later, Facebook takes down video, tries to clarify policy. Details here....
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Matthew Lord and his wife Brianna kiss after the couple picked pumpkins Monday at Hawes Farms. “It’s his favorite holiday,” said Brianna. “We just love the spirit of it.” But the warm weather has made in feel more like summer than fall in Redding. That warm weather with high temperatures in 80s should continue thr
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If community colleges could expand into four-year programs, it would open affordable new opportunities for students now shut out of the state's over-stretched university system.
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Congress agreed on a band-aid. Now the politicians need to get to serious work on taming our nation's financial problems.
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I'm a Northern California resident and I hope Rep. Doug LaMalfa does not run for re-election. He is an embarrassment and he totally lacks the skills to be in public office
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A brief look at business news from around the North State.
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The Dip would be on Pine Street in downtown Redding and feature food, drink and live music.
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Members of a Shasta County union stand to receive two sets of raises to the tune of more than $400,000 over the next few years. However, county officials say union members still won't be making as much as they were a few years ago under the new agreement.
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It’s move-in day Tuesday at the state's new veterans home in Redding.
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State of Jefferson advocates frustrated by a lack of representation may want to try a different tack than secession. Perhaps the best way to gain better representation is to elect better representatives.
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Redding will redraw parcel lines for the 187 acres it leases to Turtle Bay Exploration Park.
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Someone with authority should step up and give relief from the state's fire "fee" bills to those burned out by the Clover Fire.
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See who was at what recent North State event.
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Old Mortuary Inn, set to open later this year, said to be haunted by its new owners.
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Why are Some Christians not celebrating Halloween? Some believe that they are celebrating evil when they celebrate Halloween.  They will celebrate Harvest festival instead.  Christian perspectives on the observance of Halloween are strongly divided. Some believers feel complete freedom to observe the holiday, othe
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Hi everyone, Here's a little information and who to call to register for the class I'll be teaching at Simpson University next month. On the day of the first class, volunteers will direct you to a parking space and also...
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No, not Pabst Blue Ribbon. Pulque, that milky, tart, viscous drink that's a relative of mezcal. Ben Herrera, one of my favorite food writers, reports from Mexico City here. Excerpt: "Pulque is a fresh drink with a very short shelf...
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Authorities are investigating a rash of vehicle break-ins that occurred in the area of Juanita Court early Sunday morning.
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Fall is finally here in Northern California and we are starting to think about cold weather. (Stop snickering, my East Coast, English, and Canadian  friends ~ it's cold to us!) As my regular readers know by now, I love to get ideas from the fashion runways shows, which you can see at www.style.com. In fact, they [
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This Anderson area foreclosure home seems to offer a lot for the money. “Unique country home on just over 2 acres with workshop. Spacious 4 bedroom 2 1/2 bathroom floorpla
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The eastbound lane of Highway 44 has reopened after a motorhome fire that slowed traffic in the area earlier this morning.
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National Weather Service forecasters predict more sunshine and warm fall days most of this week before things cool slightly starting toward the end of the week. The high today will be about 84 degrees, with winds blowing up to 8 mph. At night, the low will drop to a cool 51 degrees. Tuesday, the high is expected to be 81 de
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A portion of Williamson Road north of Redding will be closed today from 7:30 a.m. to 6 p.m. while crews replace a drainage culvert.
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Missed this story. Seems Dermstore, founded in 1999 and later sold by Redding dermatologist Craig Kraffert, was recently acquired by Target for an undisclosed sum, in hopes of increasing its e-commerce business. Excerpt from a Bloomberg Businessweek story: What's (Dermstore's)...
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1913: Well-grounded rumors are being circulated to the effect that the Shasta County farmers’ protective association is up in arms against the Mammoth Copper Company and that Francis Heney, the eminent San Francisco attorney has been engaged to institute proceedings to have the smelter at Kennett closed.
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Men in front of TV cameras caused our national embarassment and cost us billions this month. Not surprisingly, it was women working behind the scenes who got us out of it.
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Letter to the editor.
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Letter to the editor.
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Letter to the editor.
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ORLANDO, Fla. — As authorities search for two convicted killers freed by bogus paperwork, questions linger about who created the legitimate-looking documents that exposed gaps in Florida's judicial system.
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Nominee for Homeland Security's top job will need to pick and focus on top-level priorities -- terrorism first and foremost.
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Firefighters contained a vegetation fire in southeast Redding at about 4 acres Sunday afternoon and soon after determined that it was caused by people.
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A group of locals is looking to bring Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.’s “beloved community” to life in Shasta County.
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All of these places are inside the Tower House Historic District at Whiskeytown. The tenant house (see photo) is on the trail across Crystal Creek behind the Camden House. The house was built in approximately 1919 for the Camden...
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Germany's Spiegel reports (here) the NSA hacked the new president's phone and text messages. More fallout from the Edward Snowden affair. Excerpt: For two weeks in the early summer of 2012, the NSA unit responsible for monitoring the Mexican government...
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Subject:  Buffet Rule…OUTSTANDING ___________________________________     Salary of retired US Presidents . . . . . . . . . . . $180,000 FOR LIFE   Salary of House/Senate members . . . . . . . . $174,000 FOR LIFE  This is stupid   Salary of Speaker of the House . . . . […]
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Firefighters contained a vegetation fire in southeast Redding on Sunday afternoon they’ve determined was caused by people, though it’s still unknown whether the fire was set intentionally.
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The AP reports from Fresno, here. Excerpt: "I just wish it would go away, this high-speed rail. I just wish it would go away," says Gary Lanfranco, whose restaurant in downtown Fresno is slated to be demolished to make way...
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LA Times business columnist Michael Hiltzig, here, posts post-shutdown thoughts on "our favorite California congressman."...
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Redding will continue to bathe in sunny skies and warm temperatures, a trend that will last through the week. Sunday’s high should be about 85 degrees with a north-northeast wind at about 7 mph. The night should drop to 53 degrees with north wind of about 5 to 8 mph. Temperatures will cool slightly as the week progresses,
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A roundup of North State news briefs.
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The West Valley High School girls cross country team placed third against tough competition at the Bella Vista Invitational on Saturday at Folsom High School.
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The Redding Colt 45s will play as independents next season.
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The debt ceiling isn't required by the Constitution, and it's become a dagerous weapon in irresponsible hands. It's time to eliminate it altogether.
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Terrell Howard collapsed onto the turf, crawled on his knees toward his sideline and moaned in pain.
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King's Total Security offers 24-hour locksmith services.
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Inheriting wealth can be a burden and a blessing. Even if you have an inclination that a family member may remember you in a last will and testament, there are many facets to the process of inheritance that you may not have considered.
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We had a Mom-fail this weekend. I like to say “we” because it feels more inclusive. I didn’t just have a Mom-fail, “we” did.
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Upon arriving for work at the Shasta Historical Society last weekend, it was enticing news to hear that Christine Stokes, Jeremy Tuggle and yours truly had been invited to set up an information booth at the Hawes Ranch.
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Note to readers: The following is adapted from the column of March 12, 2008.
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Note to readers: This week’s column is written by Andrea Eldridge.
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Gov. Jerry Brown has been willing to brush aside all sorts of legal impediments to his treasured high-speed rail line. Will he throw his integrity from the train?
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Letter to the editor.
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Letter to the editor.
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Letter to the editor.
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After a setback, it's not time for a tea party retreat. It's time to advance in a different direction.
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Letter to the editor.
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Letter to the editor.
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Liberal enablers are suffocating America's can-do spirit.
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Letter to the editor.
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Tea party Republicans don't even know what they want, but they'll shut down the government to get it. We deserve much better leadership.
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Letter to the editor.
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Former San Francisco Giant Matt Williams was welcomed by fans of all ages dressed in orange and black, and other San Francisco apparel, at the grand opening celebration of Dick’s Sporting Goods on Saturday.
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Lori Wagner lost her mother, Jan McIrvin, to Alzheimer’s less than three weeks ago.
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To add to the Record Searchlight's list of 75, published on its 75th birthday: weather that allows you to dine on the deck almost year-round....
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Matthew Clifford is a baseball historian and self-described fanatic. He is also a member of the Society for American Baseball Research.
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Firefighters this afternoon are battling a motor home fire with some spread to surrounding vegetation in the McArthur area about 60 miles east of Redding.
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Liberty and her new mate are working hard restoring their nest near Turtle Bay. Looks like he’s around to stay. It’s time to name him!
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About 10,000 requests to adopt Florida orphan Davion Navar Henry Only have come to the adoption agency handling the teen's case in the days after his emotionally charged story first broke, ABC News has reported.
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Here’s an ’03 1344 sqft 3/2 in Ravenwood with a 3 car garage. Ravenwood in Anderson was all built in about the same time and all the homes are of similar age and quality. The 1344 sqft model is the largest of the 3 models they offered, and we think they are only ones with 3 car garages. This home is bei
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A teen is in stable condition at Mercy Medical Center after being hit by a pickup in Red Bluff Friday afternoon.
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The Alyssa Araiza’s Wings of Angels charity is holding its annual fundraising dinner today in Redding to help families of children stricken by cancer.
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Fall reliably brings two things to Northern California - the Fall Membership Drive at our regional public radio stations and Mushrooms. On this last weekend of the Fall Membership Drive for Northstate Public Radio, I thought I would re-post an article on Mushrooms of the season and update you on some mushroom related events
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Another bright and warm day will hit Redding as temperatures will break the 80-degree mark and a light wind will blow across the area. Forecasters expect Saturday to reach 85 degrees with a north-northeast wind of 3 to 5 mph. The night should be clear with a low of about 52 degrees. Sunday should be about the same. Daytime
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DUNSMUIR — More than 30 North State artists will display their work across the city’s historic district Saturday for the 2013 Autumn ArtWalk.
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Redding’s third Walk to End Alzheimer’s an awareness rally and fundraiser for the Alzheimer's Association, is today at Turtle Bay Exploration Park.
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Enterprise High football travels to rival Foothill in an Eastern Athletic League war.
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Anderson High football hosts Lassen in a Northern Athletic League matchup.
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SHASTA LAKE — Central Valley High’s football team needed just two ingredients Friday night to pick up its first Northern Athletic League victory — a steady dose of running backs Connor Silveria and Tony Penta, and a stifling defensive effort.
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High school football scores lead the roundup.
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Beautiful sight....
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HAPPY VALLEY — Earlier this year, the Small Farms Drive home that Erin Reed shared with her husband burned in the 8,000-acre Clover Fire.
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HAPPY VALLEY — Earlier this year, the Small Farms Drive home that Erin Reed shared with her husband burned in the 8,000-acre Clover Fire.
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A brief look at news from around the North State.
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Enterprise High football has had a remarkable 2013.
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Anderson High football is looking for its first home Northern Athletic League win in three seasons.
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Firefighters are responding to a small spot fire just south of Mistletoe Lane in Redding.
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Q. When I cut into recently picked apples, I find translucent areas in the flesh. What is that and how can I avoid it?
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With gardeners getting their winter gardens established, I thought today I'd share how to protect your plants from flooding and high winds.
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Rita Mandina grows cactus in her garden.
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A brief look at business news from around the North State.
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Thomas Lawrence's weekly "College Notebook" column dissects college sports in the North State and beyond.
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A state grant will help rural communities on the North Coast get high-speed Internet service.
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Shasta College football comes off its bye week and opens Bay Valley Conference play by hosting Los Medanos Saturday at 6 p.m.
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Although 87-year-old Don McCulloch has been hunting since he was 14, this is the first year he has bagged an elk.
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Blue Shield of California wants to wait to build a provider network before offering health plans to small businesses in Shasta County via the state exchange.
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Though the store opened Wednesday, hundreds lined up this morning to be the first inside Dick’s Sporting Goods in the Trader Joe’s-Kohl’s center in Redding.
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A Shasta County jury Thursday heard a recording of a controversial 911 call at the murder retrial of Mark Duenas.
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Is downtown Redding better or worse today than it's been in the past? Some readers of last week's column have their say. 
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Chilly with a good chance of gridlock
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A Shasta County jury heard Friday the 911 recording of a Cottonwood man who prosecutors say admits on it to killing his wife.
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The mystery photo is the air raid warning tower that once stood in Cottonwood. Michael Kuker guessed it correctly at 10:03 a.m. Congratulations Mike! You have won yourself a $25 gift certificate from Jack's Grill on California Street in downtown...
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America's democracy is built on the principle that the majority rules, and that the minority will be heard, even though they may be overruled. Today’s GOP has irresponsibly thrown that time-honored philosophy out the window by creating the current government shutdown crisis. The Tea Party caucus has sw
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  Written by Dominic Mallari Since 1999, Dr. Elizabeth Waterbury has been competently directing the choral activities here at Shasta College. As stated in the Choral and Vocal Activities section of Shasta College’s website, “The choral ensembles of the Music Department offer a wide range
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Deputies arrest three juveniles and a young adult after spotting suspicious activity.
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What is that contraption on legs and what town was 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 $25 gift certificate from the world famous...
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Who lives on a horse ranch in Bella Vista....
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Here’s a Palo Cedro area 1542 sqft 3/2 home on an acre with a large garage/shop. Palo Cedro is in high demand lately, so this is priced aggressively for what is offered. We like the clerestory window lighting. We last recall it as a failed short sale,
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A Redding attorney will hold a meeting today in Happy Valley to discuss his plans to fight the $150 California Department of Forestry and Fire Prevention fee charged to those who lost their homes. to the Clover Fire last month.
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Our annual celebration of the season is on schedule. Remember to bring lots of raffle prizes for maximum fun!!! Win River Casino – Eagle Room Saturday November 2nd 5:00pm to 9:00pm No Host Bar Dinner is served at 6:00pm Adults $29.00 – Buffet with Prime
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Sun will again shine over the Redding area Friday and again bring the day’s high temperature near 80 degrees. Forecasters say a not wind of about 7 mph will also join the expected high of about 81. The night should drop to 51 degrees as the wind drops to light and variable. Saturday will see nearly identical conditions wh
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My dear brother Jim married Karen in June of 2005 in Denver, Colorado. In the months leading up to the wedding I was living in my own private hell. Few knew how much I suffered. From nowhere it seemed, as I described in my previous column, my brain or my inner ear decided it would [...]
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Local sports scores and briefs.
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Enterprise High volleyball hosts rival Foothill in a Sac River League battle at Manatowa Gymnasium.
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Shasta High volleyball entertains Red Bluff in a Sac River League match.
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A brief look at news from around the North State.
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The Whiskeytown Roadhouse had its moment, but the water's rising and time is running out. The last bottle of Jack and an old, beat-up Gibson guitar. That's all that Dan carries when he takes one last look around and closes the door on The Whiskeytown Roadhouse for the last time.  He walks awa
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SHINGLETOWN — About 25 people attended an annual vigil and walk against domestic violence at Shingletown’s library Thursday evening.
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All northbound lanes of Interstate 5 have been reopened in Corning this evening after a man was hit while on foot on the freeway.
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A Washington man was killed late Thursday after running onto Interstate 5 just south of Corning following a fight with his girlfriend, according to the California Highway Patrol.
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A 27-year-old Herlong resident was arrested near Burney early Thursday morning after a traffic stop, Shasta County Sheriff’s deputies reported.
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Previewing high school football's Week Seven, led by the Record Searchlight's Game of the Week: Enterprise at Foothill.
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Today was the 17th Annual Think Pink Day in Shasta County, and local group NorCal Think Pink passed out 40,000 bags with information on breast cancer awareness.
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Bald Hills is located in western Shasta County between the north and middle forks of Cottonwood Creek.
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A brief look at business news from around the North State.
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Frank O’Connor put up a good, hard struggle.
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Now the hard work starts. Congress and Senate must get over the past couple of weeks' hard feelings quickly, because they have major budget differences to resolve.
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There are plenty of ridiculous reasons being thrown out to change the name of the NFL's Washington Redskins. But there are good ones, too.
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The father of a Cottonwood woman who was murdered last year said today his daughter came to him on the verge of tears about two weeks before her death, upset about her husband’s relationship with another woman.
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A third appraisal will be sought for the Turtle Bay Exploration Park land the McConnell Foundation wants to buy from Redding, a prospect that may push any deal between city and philanthropy into early next year.
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Hundreds of federal government employees in the North State returned to work today, a day after Congress and the President agreed to a federal budget deal.
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Paul K. Scripps, the son of Record Searchlight founder John P. Scripps, was in Redding today to help the newspaper celebrate its 75th birthday.
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Rancheria officials said they wanted to hold a State of the Tribe lunch because of recent expansion, namely the 84-room hotel at Win River Casino and the Rancheria Tribal Health Center in downtown Redding.
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Authorities are investigating an altercation that led to a single gunshot being fired into the air early today at a marijuana garden in south Redding.
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Meant to post this tweet by Jenny Espino from Tuesday night's Redding City Council meeting: Dolores Lucero speaking for 3rd time tonight. Urges council not to accept $80K grant from McConnell Foundation for 4th of July fireworks.— Jenny Espino (@jennyespino_RS)...
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I used to grocery shop in this building when it was a Holiday Market. In fact, it was Rich Morgan's first Holiday Market that has since grown into a food market chain over the years. But let's get back to...
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Two snapshots: Former employees look over a table of artifacts from the paper's 75-year history. Relics from the age of the Linotype machine, which ended in the 1970s....
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The father of a Cottonwood woman who was murdered last year said today his daughter came to him on the verge of tears about two weeks before her death, upset about her husband’s relationship with another woman.
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In 1913: David E. Covey of Millville was advertising a $100 reward for the arrest and conviction of the person or people who burned his dwelling house in Whitmore and also filled the house and wall with skunk bags.
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Shasta County Sheriff's deputies say they arrested three people after searching a pot grow in Palo Cedro Wednesday.
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Fox News, a staple on KCNR since it launched, has moved across town to its corporate-owned talk radio rival. In its place is news from the Salem Radio Network, based in Irving, Texas. In response to my query KCNR owner...
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Firefighters are at a quarter-acre vegetation fire outside Douglas City today.
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A UCLA study released today says 11 percent fewer children in Shasta County drank soda or other sweetened drinks on a daily basis from 2011 to 2012 than they did from 2005 to 2007.
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Skip Murphy tips his hat to the Record Searchlight's 75th with a blog post here that includes some picture of news boys hawking papers, presumably in Redding. It's a long time ago now but any familiar faces? Great post, Skip!...
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If it was transposed to $178,500, it would qualify for Redding’s Housing Assistance program.
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“A new study shows there were 41 single-family home flips in the third quarter of this year, six fewer than in the second quarter, when flipping activity peaked in Shasta County, RealtyTrac reported Wednesday. There were four more homes flipped in the third quarter compared with a year ago. The
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More than $66,000 in narcotics discovered believed to be on its way for distribution in Burney area.
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The day after Congress and the president agreed on a budget deal, hundreds of federal government employees in the north state returned to work today.
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As the RS celebrates its 75 birthday, from a December 16, 2010, column headlined: "I am an S.O.B, but I'm your S.O.B.": During my journalism career I've been lucky to have worked for two remarkable and strong-willed editors -- in...
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If you haven’t seen it, today’s local newspaper looks pleasingly retro. The Redding Record Searchlight is formatted to look like an older version of itself in celebration of their 75th year of publication.Click to enlarge
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Redding will look a lot rosier today as NorCal Think Pink hosts its annual events to raise breast cancer awareness.
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Forecasters expect another day with near-80 degree temperatures, a trend that will continue well into next week. Thursday’s high should be about 79 degrees with north-northwest wind up to 5 mph while at night temperatures should drop to about 49 degrees, according to the National Weather Service. Friday will be slightly w
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If I were you I wouldn’t listen to a single thing I’m telling you. My advice is always good But sometimes I think I should Just shut up, and let you do the things you do. SaraHoxie.com, “If I Were You” used with permission Ah, but dispensing your hard-won wisdom is so tempting. Yet one [...]
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In 1963, Martin Luther King, Junior delivered his "I have a dream" speech, America lost President John F. Kennedy, and the Beatles burst onto the music scene. It's also when the Shasta County Opportunity Center began. On October 24th the "OC", as it's commonly called, will celebrate its 50th anniversary with an open house f
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Since their last visit to Redding, Birds of Chicago duo, JT Nero and Allison Russell have been touring, songwriting and creating a new live album. The duo, called “two of the most compelling new voices in Americana roots music” by the Chicago Sun Times will be joined by their band for a special Sunday performance.
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World renowned film preservationist and Hat Creek resident David Shepard, who has again stepped in to program the Shasta County Arts Council’s eighth annual Silent Film Festival, said a well-made silent movie is an art into itself: “It uses image, movement, light and shadow and performance and graphics and music to crea
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It started as a way for local theater addicts to work on their chops in between productions at Riverfront Playhouse and Shasta College; it quickly evolved into a nurturing incubator that has been producing laughs on a monthly basis for 15 years.
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For many regular patrons of La Cabana Mexican Restaurant, a fixture on Market Street in Redding for nearly two decades, it’s more than a place for great enchiladas, chimichangas, carnitas and breakfast burritos — it’s become part of the family.
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University Prep’s boys and girls swim teams both won a three-way meet Wednesday.
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A roundup of North State news briefs.
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“I undertook this project because the character of these women is right there on the surface, more so than somebody who’s got layers and layers of urban culture.” – Lynda Lanker, artist
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Authorities say a San Francisco man was caught with more than a half pound of methamphetamine after being pulled over for speeding this afternoon.
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A new RealtyTrac report shows the market for flipping houses in Shasta County is slowing down.
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When some editor whose parents haven’t even been born yet sits down to write this column in 75 years, I wonder what she’ll say about our time, with the benefit of hindsight.
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In 1913: Dr. J.A. Holmes, director of the Federal Bureau of Mines, would be in Redding to investigate fumes from copper smelters and damages resulting therefrom. He was taking an active interest in smoke prevention.
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The city of Anderson celebrated the opening of the Deschutes Road roundabout off Interstate 5 on Wednesday afternoon.
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Alex Landi, Mount Shasta
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Richard Zeller, Cottonwood
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Exercise -- any kind -- will help improve your mood.
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Depression can lead to other ailments in older folks.
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West Valley kicker J.J. Waterman is legally deaf, but has never let that slow him down as a powerful, record-setting player.
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The Northern Section's Board of Managers voted whether to adopt or deny the Sac River League request to revisit realignent for the National Conference.
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We’re celebrating 75 years Thursday only because of this wonderful community and its support. Here are 75 things you love most about the North State.
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Here's a snapshot of life in Shasta County the day the Redding Record first went to press -- Oct. 17, 1938.
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The Record Searchlight started 75 years ago in a downtown building that was also home to an auto garage. Thursday is the anniversary of our very first newspaper.
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A brief look at business news from around the North State.
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Witnesses today in the murder trial of a Cottonwood man accused of killing his wife described hearing the screams — or a scream — of a woman the night before her body was found.
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Shasta LAFCO is facing a class-action lawsuit over allegations that the agency has not completed studies it's legally required to for multiple agencies.
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Water regulators to start Central Valley marijuana grow inspections in Shasta and Butte counties.
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A 29-year-old woman was sentenced to six years and eight months in connection to a May fire at the Hilltop Lodge.
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Kevin Askeland's biweekly North State Notes column breaks down Northern Section high school sports from a current and historical perspective.
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SUSANVILLE - Two corrections officers went to the hospital after a fight with an inmate at High Desert State Prison this week, prison officials said today.
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The Shasta County District Attorney is suing two companies alleging they have been misleading consumers.
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A Red Bluff man's welding tools were stolen from his driveway, say deputies with the Tehama County Sheriff's Office.
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Spotlight on Veterans By Shannon Koga     The Veteran’s Club at Shasta College provides an honorable and charitable service to its students. We interviewed one of its contributing members. Ernesto Jose Perez Jr.   Ernesto Perez Jr. served in the N
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Shasta College Theatre Presents: Romeo and Juliet Written by Dominic Mallari Nearly everyone knows the story of Romeo and Juliet. William Shakespeare’s famous tragedy has withsto
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How many times have we seen someone, mostly on the internet, claiming that “I am a Christian” Right before they expose themselves as progressive secular Blasphemers. I am posting this article because I am really fedup with all the posers and unknowing, so called , believers and I just saw a Tweet from someone claiming [
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This exceptionally beautiful brick Victorian house has its days numbered. As do the olive trees that surround it, The entire property was recently sold and the new owner cares only about the olive trees, and not the beautiful house. Nothing...
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I've been looking forward to this day when I can resume my blogs. I've got some interesting ones lined up waiting to get online. Things are going great with me. No more back pain. Just weak and wobbly and that...
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A picture from back in the day of the shiny new restaurant. (Apologies for the glare from the picture frame. A birthday gift.) Check out Thursday's DATE for a write-up on La Cabana Mexican Restaurant, approaching 20 years in...
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The state Attorney General will be the next agency to try and learn what Redding Community Access Corporation did with $110,000 in fees Redding cable customers paid for a public access TV station. The Redding City Council voted unanimously Tuesday to refer the matter to the Charitable Trusts Section of the Attorney General
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Is it true? The common wisdom that the Irish are lucky? “Yes,” says Skip Murphy, a guy with an Irish last name. “We Irish are a lucky lot,” he said with a stereotypical twinkle in his eye.
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EHS Music Department Tri-Tip Drive-through Dinner, Oct 26 Advance tickets $8 Tickets available at Enterprise High School. Cash or Checks should be made out to EHS Music. BBQ marinated Tri-tip, courtesy of Kents Meats; baked beans, green salad and bread Saturday, October 26, 2013, 3-7 p.m. Enterprise High School North Parkin
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Mercy Medical Center Redding’s Hospice Program will host its annual “Coping with the Holidays” grief workshop from 6.30 to 8:30 p.m. October 29, 2013 at the Mercy Oaks Campus. The public is invited to attend this free event. Mercy Hospice Chaplains, Ray Hemenway and Tom Miller, will facilitate the workshop.&
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City, county and state officials will gather at the Deschutes Road roundabout at 2 p.m. Wednesday to ceremonially declare the $5.2 million joint project complete and open for business.
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The Social Security Amendments of 1972 created a new federal benefit program. This month, that program — the Supplemental Security Income (SSI) program — celebrates its 41th anniversary. Administered by Social Security, SSI is a needs-based program for people 65 or older, blind, or disabled who have limited income
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The U.S. Geological Survey has recorded seven small earthquakes Tuesday southwest of Lake Shasta.
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Expect another sunny and breezy day as temperatures are expected to warm slightly by the weekend. Wednesday’s high should be about 76 degrees with north-northwest wind at about 5 mph. the night should cool to about 51 degrees, according to the National Weather Service. Thursday should be warmer at about 79 degrees with no
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Witnesses in the murder trial of a Cottonwood man accused of killing his wife described Wednesday hearing the screams — or scream — of a woman the night before her body was found early that next morning.
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Note to readers: The following is adapted from the column of March 12, 2008.
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It feels like years since I've posted here. I've been insanely busy and yet not doing much of interest, so I'll try hard to make this fascinating. For one thing, I painted my kitchen, which took well over a week. You have to take everything out, of course, and it's surprising how much stuff there is. It all got
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Shasta High volleyball hosts defending champion Enterprise in a rivalry match and a Sac River League showdown.
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Wednesdays are my Noni Doni days with 2-year-old Austin. (I have his sister, 6-month-old Reagan, every other Thursday.) There's no shortage of things to do. Austin might play outside in his little sandbox or ride his Strider bike or his big plastic car in which he drives to the "store" to buy me "food" - [...]
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Foothill High volleyball entertains West Valley in a Sac River League match.
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Local sports scores and briefs.
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A brief look at news from around the North State.
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The city of Redding held off a push from local conservatives who want the city to play an active role against diesel emission standards due to take effect at the start of next year in California.
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Upon arriving for work at the Shasta Historical Society last weekend, it was enticing news to hear that Christine Stokes, Jeremy Tuggle and yours truly had been invited to set up an information booth at the Hawes Ranch.
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We had a Mom-fail this weekend. I like to say “we” because it feels more inclusive. I didn’t just have a Mom-fail, “we” did.
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More than 45 people gathered in Redding on Tuesday to talk about how to bring faster Internet service to the rural North State.
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For the third time, the attorney for a man accused of strangling a Red Bluff teen asked the Tehama County Superior Court Tuesday afternoon for a delay in the case’s preliminary hearing.
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Disabled students from across Shasta County gathered Tuesday at Central Valley High School in Shasta Lake for a day of competition.
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Redding firefighters say they're heading to a home on the 1300 block of Lawrence Road this evening after receiving reports of smoke coming from a building.
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Firefighters contained a blaze on the 14000 block of Trinity Mountain Road in French Gulch this evening.
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We love to make jokes about economists, but this year's Nobel winners have made a real difference in how we understand the housing market.
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Stews and chilis feature game's full flavor.
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Brenda Luntey, Redding
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Fred Boest, Red Bluff
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John Oertel, Redding
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In 1913: Mr. and Mrs. Frank Loomis and their daughter planned to spend part of the winter in San Francisco so that their daughter could have the pleasure of sightseeing in the city and along the coast. They will probably make the trip in their automobile.
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A brief look at business news from around the North State.
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The county's new medical marijuana ordinance will probably come to planning commissioners next month, and residents reminded supervisors Tuesday they want it to work this time to ward off illegal grows.
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Local businesses say government shutdown hasn't impacted business, but worry if it doesn't end soon their bottom lines might be endangered.
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An administrative law judge has upheld the medical license suspension of a Redding doctor accused of excessively oveprescribing painkillers that may be linked to the deaths of at least nine patients.
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That's what a commenter said about a woman picked up in connection with a couple of car burglaries on Hilltop. Here's the story. And here's a gallery of her mugshots. Sad. All around....
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Baugh said he calls Bosenko "The Energizer Sheriff"— Alayna Shulman (@ashulman_RS) October 15, 2013 Supe. Les Baugh to Bosenko: "You are the hardest-working, most effective sheriff we have ever had."— Alayna Shulman (@ashulman_RS) October 15, 2013 Two tweets from today's...
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The driver of a full-size pickup that rolled over in Redding east escaped serious injury, only fracturing his left ankle jumping out of the truck.
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NEW YORK (AP) — A Libyan charged in the deadly 1998 al-Qaida bombings of U.S. embassies in Africa pleaded not guilty Tuesday to terrorism charges in a brief proceeding that followed a familiar script in a courthouse that has hosted numerous terrorism cases in the past two decades.
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Shasta County Health and Human Services Agency announced today the first human case of West Nile virus this season.
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Proud to be……. Well you fill in the race they all have this slogan somewhere White pride, black pride, la raza,etc. You should be happy how God made you. He made you no better or worse than any other human being, no matter the race. This is not an issue of pride. You had no […]
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My son is 17 and walks home from Shasta High School, burdened by a heavy student backpack while traversing through downtown, taking Court Street and heading towards Gold Street where his dad's house is in the neighborhood behind the liquor store. If you've ever walked this route, you may have encountered a number of transie
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The nomination of Janet Yellen to become head of the Federal Reserve System has set off a flurry of media stories. Since she will be the first woman to occupy that position, we can only hope that this will not mean that any criticism of what she does will be attributed to sex bias or to a “war on women.”
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Police are seeking information about a couple attacked at Comfort Inn in Redding.
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It was an offer I couldn’t refuse: an invitation to speak to the Four Arts Club of Elkhart, Ind., on my all-time favorite topic: “The Art of Life.” I like life. I like talking about it and writing about it and, most of all, I like living it, all of which I’ve been doing for a pretty long time. Never mind how long. T
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The California Highway Patrol is reporting that a logging truck has overturned near the Gilman Road off-ramp on Interstate 5 north of Redding.
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It is speculated that Michelle Obama will not labor in “Her” garden.  Furthermore,  she can not “Pick” anything in a garden or field because even suggesting this  would be racist and what she thinks peons are for.  From the totally biased OBAMA MEDIA and THE, FOR ENTERTAINMENT PURPOSES ONLY, 
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Check here for live updates from today's Shasta County Board of Supervisors meeting, which starts at 9 a.m. at 1450 Court St., Suite 263, in Redding.
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That’s the question posed here by the California Assoication of Realtors when discussing the recent rise in so-called “pocket listings.” These are home sales that never hit the open market. The issue is that the home may not sell for a fair price, and the seller will never know if that was the case. The local ho
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Redding Police say they arrested a man and woman early today after catching the pair looking into several vehicles at the Holiday Inn on Hilltop Drive.
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The passing of Dominic Reginatto has left a huge hole in the hearts of family, friends, and the north state home brewing community. For the past 3 ½ years, he has been shipping, receiving, and sales manager of Nor Cal Brewing Solutions, and a member of the home brew club, Shasta Society of Brewers.
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Sunny skies and a high temperature near 79 degrees are in Redding’s weather forecast for today. Meteorologists with the National Weather Service in Sacramento also say Redding residents can expect a north wind between 8 to 11 mph. Tonight’s low should be around 54 degrees. The rest of the week should also see sunny skie
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The 39-year-old Red Bluff man accused of murdering a 14-year-old girl is scheduled to be in Tehama County Superior Court today for a hearing to determine whether his preliminary hearing will be held next week.
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The Redding City Council meets tonight to consider a plan for the electric utility's renewable energy portfolio.
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A handful of lopsided results between top ranked teams has widened the gap between division favorites in Tuesday’s release of the latest Northern Section Prep football Media Poll.
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In 1913: George Oliver nearly lost his life near the Tower House when he was attacked by an infuriated bull he was trying to lead to Redding. The bull, purchased from Joseph Ponte, had never been under a lariat. After being jerked along at the end of a line for a half mile, it suddenly gored Oliver’s horse to death and ne
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The California Public Utilities Commission will host a meeting in Redding from 4 to 5:30 p.m. Tuesday to get community input for broadband availability in the North State.
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Two people were arrested Monday in Burney on suspicion of having controlled substances and illegal weapons after a sheriff’s deputy spotted the pair on an elementary school campus.
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Law enforcement officials are searching for at least one person involved in a shooting that occurred at a residence on Frances Street in Cottonwood tonight.
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Law enforcement officials are searching for at least one person involved in a shooting Tuesday that occurred at a residence on Frances Street in Cottonwood.
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A small vegetation fire that was quickly put out tonight may have been deliberately set.
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Redding police are looking tonight for a man who reportedly held up a Pine Street gas station.
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A clerk at a Redding gas station foiled an attempted robbery Monday night, Redding police said.
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Jack's Grill is last remnant of a more rowdy era.
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A brief look at business news from around the North State.
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An Anderson Union High School graduate walking across country to raise awareness about bullying after his son took his own life died when he was struck by a semi-truck in eastern Colorado.
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Californians could face another divisive, expensive battle over lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender rights now that a coalition of conservative groups has hired the veteran GOP strategist behind Proposition 8 -- and raised hundreds of thousands of dollars -- to qualify a ballot measure that would repeal a new law requiri
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One man is fighting the Shasta Wine Village planned for Mountain Gate, but county planners are recommending the Board of Supervisors deny his appeal of the project.
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If only one in 10 people can actually sign up using the government's new health coverage site, there just might be a problem. And we know just the agency to fix it.
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Marilyn Thomas, Redding
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Suddenly this fall, a potential threat has emerged to the vote-counting reliability Californians have enjoyed for the last six years.
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WASHINGTON — Racing the clock, the Senate's Democratic and Republican leaders closed in on a deal Monday night to avoid an economy-menacing Treasury default and end the two-week partial government shutdown.
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A Redding attorney plans to represent victims of the Clover Fire for free in a fight to get the state to void their $150 bills from the California Department of Forestry and Fire Protection.
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This month's glitch-filled rollout of the health insurance marketplaces created by federal law is a business opportunity for brokers and agents, but regulators warn that it also opened the door for those who would seek to line their pockets by misleading consumers.
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Revolve Solar has grown dramatically since it opened in Redding in early 2012. The company will host a job fair Wednesday.
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The Redding Fire Department could soon be replacing a library of heavy books it keeps in its engines with thin, light iPads.
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A 26-year-old Shasta County man was arrested today after leading sheriff’s deputies and other law enforcement officers on a high-speed pursuit that ended at his family’s residence south of the Redding Municipal Airport.
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Deputies with the Shasta County Sheriff's Office joined forces with the Vacaville Police Department last week to arrest 10 men in both areas on suspicion of drug and weapons charges.
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A former Anderson Union High School graduate walking across country to raise awareness about bullying after his son took his own life died when he was struck by a semi-truck in eastern Colorado.
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SANTA CLARA, Calif. (AP) — All work has stopped at the new $1.2 billion San Francisco 49ers showcase stadium while police, firefighters and state workplace safety officials investigate a second deadly workplace accident there in less than four months.
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List of support groups in the North State.
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An 87-year-old Imperial woman who was the subject of a statewide alert was found safe in Redding this weekend after driving away from her Southern California home.
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The 72-year-old hunter who was lost for more than two weeks in a Northern California forest survived by eating squirrels and other animals he shot with his rifle and by making small fires and packing leaves and grasses around his body to stay warm, according to his family.
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Q. Should prayer be a part of a civic gathering? Why/Why not? The religious transition that has taken place in the U.S. presents a kerfuffle when considering this question. The dilemma: Christians should only pray to our God, the one true God in Jesus’ name. A few decades ago, prayer was instituted in most civic gathering
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Looks like "crowd sourcing" gets results for RPD. A car theft suspect and her pals were arrested near my west Redding home a few days ago based on a tip thanks to her picture in the newspaper. Asked our chief...
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The words across from the Really Redding header says “Life and all in Redding California.” So, “all” includes end of life as well. This is a cross-post from the Redding Dragstrip website. I wrote of a memorial service for my friend Bob Lidell. It was a picture perfect Fall day yesterday at the
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We finished a brief tour video for our listing in the north Saratoga area of Redding. Click on the gear-looking icon in the lower right hand corner to see it in HD. Call us or your Shasta Association Realtor to see it in person. Just $439,900.
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Here’s a government owned foreclosure home in lovely Fall River Mills. “GREAT INVESTMENT OR STARTER HOME. THIS ONE BEDROOM ONE BATH HOME IS NEAR THE RIVER. THIS H
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National Weather Service forecasters say today's conditions in Redding will be similar to Sunday's, with relatively mild temperatures, sunshine and some wind. The high is expected to reach 77 degrees, with sunny skies and wind blowing at up to 11 mph. At night, there will be a drop to 54 degrees. Tuesday is expected to be s
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SAN FRANCISCO — With a midnight strike deadline approaching Sunday, the Bay Area Rapid Transit's two largest unions announced they won't walk off the job to allow one more day of contract negotiations on Monday.
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1913: Congressman Raker has taken up the matter to establish a star route mail service between Red Bluff and Eureka. A splendid wagon road has just been built between these two points.
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Kids Kingdom at Enterprise Community Park on Victor Avenue will be temporarily closed Monday through Friday for maintenance of the play structure, the city of Redding has announced.
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Three people, including a Redding man, were killed early Sunday morning when a vehicle went off the road and crashed into a tree about 30 miles southeast of Oroville, according to the California Highway Patrol.
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The Foothill High volleyball team came away with a second-place finish Saturday at the Pleasant Valley Tournament.
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Students at Shasta College might say they're satisfied with counseling, but the numbers show they're not completing degrees at the rate they should. The college should heed complaints and try to do better.
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The national debt has increased throughout America's history -- even as the nation has thrivied. The Republicans are simply creating a crisis where there is none.
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Many dissenters of the State of Jefferson do so on the idea that the State of Jefferson won't be able to pay the bills. Are these dissenters truly implying that the state of California can?
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Reading all the controversy about the Republican Party and its splinter group, the tea party, wouldn't it make sense to just create a new political party?
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The old Republicans were more likely sensible, honest, responsible people. They honored tradition and responsibility. They cherished integrity and duty. Today we have extremists.
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The Alyssa Araiza's Wings of Angels charity will host its annual fundraising dinner at the Sons of Italy Lodge on Saturday.
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From retired Redding dentist Leon Nelson: Your column this morning about the notoriety of California Street jogged my memory about a mid-1940's admonition of my Mother, Helen's: "You may go to Casey's Feed and Seed on California Street, but you...
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He explains why in this opinion piece for the Guardian. Excerpt: The larger question is that if free or cheap streaming becomes the way we consume all (recorded) music and indeed a huge percentage of other creative content - TV,...
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Redding police say a 39-year-old woman caused a wreck Sunday morning because she was on drugs.
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It was a picture perfect Fall day yesterday at the Redding Dragstrip, as friends and family came together to celebrate and reflect on the life of track President Bob Lidell, who passed away unexpectedly last Monday. And although I don’t usually take photos at this kind of gathering, I felt this was an exception. Bob
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Redding police officers say a tip Saturday night led them to the arrest of one of Shasta's Most Wanted criminals, as well as two men at the apartment where she was found early this morning.
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The sunny weather will stay in the valley this week. Sunday's temperatures will rise to about 76 degrees as winds reach speeds of up to 21 mph. At night, temperatures will fall to 52 with winds up to 9 mph. Columbus Day will bring temperatures up to 77. Things will cool down to about 54 at night.
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The West Valley High School team finished first Friday at its 20th annual West Valley Coed Cross Country Invitational in Cottonwood.
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Sunday Morning Quarterback breaks down all of the high school football action from Week Six in the North State.
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The National Weather Service is reporting that light rain and thunderstorms can be expected through midnight tonight. A system of storms is pushing to the southeast through central Shasta County. The rain, which began at about 5:30 p.m., will be light though thunderstorms could produce stronger showers. Sunday is still expe
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The "cush" job most people couldn't handle for one week, plus an invitation to share your favorite thing about the North State.
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Joe Adamson plans to move his gym, Adamson's Peak Performance, from Bechelli Lane to C Street in Redding.
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Rep. Doug LaMalfa joined the conservative caucus that pushed to shut down the government over Obamacare. It's time to face reality and end this destructive nonsense.
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Small businesses in particular should look into area provider networks to determine what will work best for employees.
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In September, Gov. Jerry Brown signed into law Senate Bill 568 which, among other things, requires that operators of any website or online service remove content posted by a minor (18 and younger) if the minor requests it be removed.
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The House Republicans' quixotic attempt to defund Obamecare cannot succeed. The law deserves to be repealed, but it will not happen unless they also control the Senate and the presidency, which is unlikely.
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It is difficult for me to express my strong disappointment in three Redding City Council members on their lack of courage when they voted against the desire of most of Shasta County's citizens to leave
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Exercise, like reading, fuels the brain, and in a natural partnership, the inaugural Nash Ranch Mud Mash on Sept. 28 brought out hundreds of runners in support of the Shasta Library Foundation and the public libraries in Redding, Anderson and Burney.
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Tara Slover and Kyle Williams, both of Dana Point, were married July 27, 2013, at the Chart House Restaurant. The bride is the daughter of Eddie and Brenda Slover of Bella Vista. She is a 2003 Foothill High School graduate, is a medical sales representative for Steris Speciality Services as well as a part-time photographer
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Suzanne Hartley and Ryan Russel, both of Redding, are engaged to be married Nov. 2, 2013, at the Mercantile Hotel in McCloud. The bride-elect is the daughter of Gary and Eileen Hartley of Folsom; and Sue Becker of Redding. She is the owner of Lucy Hair Enhancement. Her fiance is the son of Bruce and Mary Russell of Redding.
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Michelle Lavoy and Shawn Marquez, both of Redding, are engaged to be married on April 13, 2014, at a private residence in Redding. The bride-elect is the daughter of Esther Weaver of Redding. Her fiance is the son of Kathy and Frank Marquez of Redding.
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Lime and sage key ingredients in new product.
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Bed-and-breakfast in Mount Shasta offers views, comforts of home.
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I'm not sure when my husband I started carrying on conversations from different rooms. But we're working on stopping it.
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Sometimes the kids are not all right, but the good moments help parents get through tougher times.
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Mom wants to know how far to push back on daughter's choice of revealing costume.
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Ian and Jean Walker of Redding celebrated their 50th wedding anniversary Oct. 5, 2013. They were married Oct. 5, 1963, in Leicester, England. The couple has resided in the Redding area for 41 years. Jean is retired from the Redding School District and Ian is retired from the aeronautics industry.
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Two children and a 32-year-old man suffered minor injuries in a crash this afternoon at the intersection of Iron Mountain and Keswick Dam roads.
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What’s your favorite thing about living in the North State? Share it with us and we’ll share it with everyone.
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Redding Police say they've caught one of Shasta's Most Wanted while he was at the mall.
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Redding will see beautiful weather this weekend as temperatures stay in the 70s under sunny skies. Today's high will be about 74. At night, the low will hover at 55. Sunday's temperatures will rise to about 75, with winds reaching 11 mph. Those temperatures in the 70s will stay through Friday, according to the National Weat
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The Making Strides Against Breast Cancer 5k Walk will take place at the Sundial Bridge today.
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BREMERTON, Wash. (AP) — Rescued from the streets of Naples, Italy, when a former Washington man was stationed there with the Navy, Odie the cat was James Raasch's companion for more than a decade until she vanished a year ago.
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Big Bike Weekend will continue today and Sunday. Here is a list of the events.
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In 1913: Merrill Stables in Redding, J.D. Weast proprietor, advertised autos for hire on immediate notice, plus first class rigs of every description and good stock — riding or driving. Horses were boarded by day, week or month. A stage line to Harrison Gulch ran daily except Sunday.
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Enterprise High football faces Paradise at the Hornets Nest in a rematch of the 2012 Northern Section Division I championship game.
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Central Valley High football hosts West Valley in a rivalry game - the annual Valley Bowl. Game kicks off at 7:30 p.m. at Ron Hale Memorial Stadium in Shasta Lake.
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High school football scores lead the way in area roundup.
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Enterprise High football faces Paradise at the Hornets Nest in a rematch of the 2012 Northern Section Division I championship game.
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A brief look at news from around the North State.
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A Silver Alert has been issued for a woman from Imperial who may be heading to a property on the 1900 block of Paris Avenue in Redding.
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An audio file of Redding police communications obtained by the Record Searchlight highlights how rapidly a pursuit was unfolding and the split-second decisions officers were making last Saturday as they attempted to detain Steven Motley.
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West Valley and Central Valley High football reignite their rivalry Friday at 7:30 p.m. in the Valley Bowl at Ron Hale Memorial Stadium in Shasta Lake.
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The Northern Section Division I championship pairing of Paradise and Enterprise is back for a regular-season battle.
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A series of vetoes -- and even his explanation of the lead-bullet ban that he signed -- shows a governor giving some respect to lawful gun owners' rights.
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I fret about all the unsavory and scary-looking types downtown, but things could be worse -- and were, on California Street in the late Thirties.
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Republicans claim nobody wants the Affordable Care Act anyway, but the more people I talk to the more I find that think it's a good idea and past due.
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Doug LaMalfa's doing his job representing the taxpayers. His former rival should quit the bellyaching.
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Mexican influences create home with warm, welcoming touches. It and two others will be featured in Nov. 2 tour.
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Q. Many of my vegetables, especially tomatoes, are lush with green growth but produce little fruit. What's going on?
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Here’s what’s open and closed Monday for Columbus Day:
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Happy Valley olive farmers have an abundance of fruit on their trees.
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Redding firefighters and Big Bike Weekend organizers sorted out the issues last minute, ensuring the event would continue as planned.
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A man is suing the federal and state governments alleging they ignored his civil rights when they ordered him to stop growing wheat on his property south of Red Bluff.
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A large kitchen knife that may — or may not — have been used to kill Karen Kay Duenas of Cottonwood was shown to jurors today at the murder retrial of her husband.
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After their meeting with the NFL, Native Americans will be looking forward to buying souvenirs with the Washington Rednecks logo.
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To put the ongoing 21st-century Obamacare controversy in a different setting: Germany has had an all-inclusive, bar-none, uninterrupted system of universal health care since the 1880s.
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The GOP is accomplishing through ideology what al-Qaida has been unable to achieve by force.
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Thomas Lawrence's weekly "College Notebook" column breaks down college sports from the North State to the national level.
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A brief look at business news from around the North State.
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Firefighters are at a blaze in Montgomery Creek this evening.
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A Shasta County jury convicted Thursday a former Igo-Ono School District principal of child molestation, the Shasta County district attorney's office announced today.
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A large kitchen knife that may — or may not — have been used to kill Karen Kay Duenas of Cottonwood was shown to jurors today in the murder retrial of her husband.
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An autopsy was performed Thursday on an alleged thief of a Redding Police cruiser who died after he stopped breathing during a struggle with four officers Saturday, said deputies with the Shasta County Sheriff's Office.
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I don't know how I had time to work, let alone do ordinary people things like paint my kitchen. I don't even have time to read you people, but I'm starting... now!
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Making a lot of hunters happy, Gov. Jerry Brown vetoed several of the gun bills that the Legislature had passed in the last session -- including what I believe to be the one that most rubbed folks the wrong way:...
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I've heard stories from frustrated friends lately about how they called for help from the Redding Police Department, and there's a story that the police failed to respond to one of the reports of a teenage boy harassing and attacking...
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By Ryan Loughrey These past few weeks have been an incredible blur. The sights and sounds and culture of Korea invite themselves into your senses and you slowly fall in love with them. My second class starts tomorrow, and I can only
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Goldie is a Guide who was raised by Shasta College ADN Nursing Instructor Charles Doherty and his wife Marla. Goldie often accompanied Doherty to work at the Health Sciences Building downtown, learning basic etiquette of being a wo
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Picture provided by: Peter Griggs By Shannon Koga   Harvest Fest is a great success. When first walking into the barn, it’s like being swallowed up into a perpetual sea of twinklin
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By Shannon Koga   Harry Potter: teaches hope, strength, overcoming impossible odds.   When thinking of the banned books of America, one doesn’t usually associate something as in
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About a thousand Redding Electric Utility customers lost power today after a squirrel jumped on power lines near one of the city's substations.
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A lit cigarette sparked a fire that gutted a home earlier this week just outside Redding’s southern city limits.
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A Red Bluff man with an outstanding parole warrant was taken into custody Thursday night after he led Tehama County sheriff's deputies on a chase, authorities said.
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Here’s a modern Ranch Style home in the lovely Scott Valley region of Siskiyou County. Above, we see all the marketing photos we are offered online of this REO home in beautiful Etna. Some REO agents might choose to show you the interior of the home they are trying to sell in the Redding area MLS. O
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Cool your turbines. Big Bike Weekend will happen this weekend.
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It started with a sore throat. It was on fire. So sore that I called in sick two days in a row. Then came the fever, and a lightheaded, slightly out of body feeling, and then along came the headache. Which turned into a pounding migraine after I failed to drink coffee for a couple [...]
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Halloween party is gonna be at the Lewiston Hotel. Oct 26th 2013 Featuring "Stoned Free"featuring KennyDetroit!!!, Uncle Staxx's Fire Dancers etc. Benefiting the Lewiston Fresh Start Food Bank. Admission is non perishable food or a $$ Donation. Help us fill our pantry and $$ to continue to feed the Hungry. Bring your s
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Redding will get a beautiful weekend as highs hover around 74 today, Saturday and Sunday. Nighttime lows will be between 52 and 54. Days through next week are expected to be sunny and in the 70s.
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In 1913: The Balaklala Copper Co. placed an order for a new gas holder to be used in making further tests with the Hall desulphurizing process at the company's smelter at Coram. The new tank would be erected on the flat below the house in which the McDougall ovens were constructed and would have a capacity of 30,000 cubic f
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T.J. Holmes' weekly "Prep Notebook" column dissects high school sports in the North State and beyond.
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Shasta High girls golf hosts an Eastern Athletic League match at Gold Hills Golf Course in Redding.
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Enterprise volleyball hosts West Valley in its Sac River League opener.
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Local sports scores and briefs.
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It's a rainy Saint Patrick's Day evening at The Whiskeytown Roadhouse. The downpour falls like a curtain and a restless, somber mood hangs over the room. At the end of the bar, a grizzled old
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A brief look at news from around the North State.
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Redding Police confirmed this evening that a third assault and a possible attempt at sexual battery occurred on the Sacramento River Trail Monday.
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Asks Nixon speechwriter-turned-presidential candidate-and-pundit Pat Buchanan in this column, which discusses secession movements in western Maryland, northern Colorado and in our own backyard. The ending: While the folks in western Maryland, northern Colorado, northern California and on the Upper Peninsula...
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It was an event for the books. Community members read to young children this morning as part of Take 10 and Do It Again.
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The first step toward curbing bullying can also be the hardest: simply getting involved in painful situations.
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Rep. Paul Ryan's call for a bargain to tackle federal entitlements' long-term costs offers a way out of the budget impasse.
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I'm baffled that anyone, especially legislators, would consider shutting down the government as a tactic.
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The House is the people's body and its members are expected to follow the wishes of their constituents.
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Two fundraising walks for breast cancer and ALS also on tap.
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Historic Lower Gas Point Road was home to a settlement in the late 19th and early 20th centuries.
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Bills for the $150 state fire prevention fee should be mailed to Shasta County residents sometime this month.
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A Shasta County jury got a close look today at some of the nightmarish evidence in the first-degree murder trial of a Cottonwood man accused of killing his wife last year.
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Shasta County planning commissioners today approved a cell phone tower for a rural Cottonwood neighborhood, though some residents are so against the idea, they plan to appeal the decision.
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Organization needs office help and drivers.
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The city of Redding is on pace to exceed last year's total of housing starts.
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I thank Speaker John Boehner and the House Republicans for their brave and stalwart efforts to stand up to Obama.
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A brief look at business news from around the North State.
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The mother of Steven Motley, the man who died three days after an altercation with four Redding police officers, said her son was battered to death, and she is contemplating taking legal action.
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In the latest local showing of the government shutdown's unexpected impacts, a local organization that helps disabled people gain employment is losing nearly $5,000 a week because it's footing the paychecks for some clients who would work at federal site.
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Peter Lee, executive director of Covered California, the state health insurance exchange, made a visit to Redding today.
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Previewing high school football, led by the Record Searchlight's Game of the Week: Valley Bowl 2013 - West Valley at CV.
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Bullying takes many forms. School safety expert Wayne Sakamoto offered insights on the problem and suggestions for taking action during a Women's Fund forum in Redding.
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It's the Record Searchlight's 75th birthday next week, and for a special edition we're collecting 75 things our readers love about the North State. A few more details here. Even the usual malcontents ought to have a contribution to this...
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A Shasta County jury got a close look Thursday at some of the nightmarish evidence in the first-degree murder trial of a Cottonwood man accused of killing his wife last year.
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Shasta County planning commissioners this afternoon approved a use permit for a 73-foot cell phone tower to be disguised as a pine tree in Cottonwood, in spite of complaints from a group of residents that the structure doesn't belong in their secluded neighborhood.
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A 24-year-old Shasta Lake man involved in a fiery crash late Monday night on Interstate 5, south of Hilltop Drive, has died.
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A 22-year-old Redding man wanted in connection to a stabbing that occurred late Wednesday night has been arrested.
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A forest protection truck stolen from the Whiskeytown National Recreation Area this past weekend was used as part of a larger heist.
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Here’s a beautiful home in one of Redding’s most desired neighborhoods off Saratoga.
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You find out who your friends are when you’re in trouble. In Frank Capra’s movie, “It’s A Wonderful Life,” George Bailey (Jimmy Stewart) faces down disaster and financial ruin. Wall Street’s collapse sparked panic in the nation. Terrified depositors swarmed his lobby and worse yet, the local bank—controlled by
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Vintner's Cellar will be celebrating their seventh year in business with a Grape Stomp Competition on Saturday, October 12th starting at 2pm. The day includes four stomping events as well as a spaghetti dinner and live music. This is the 7th annual Grape Stomp Competition and is free to attend. The Spaghetti dinner will be
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This Friday (11am - 1pm) Weaver Lumber will be celebrating it's 50th year in business as well as the Grand Opening of it's new 11,000 square foot True Value Hardware Store. The Chamber of Commerce will be on site for a ribbon cutting ceremony at 11am. They'll be hosting (Friday, on site) a free BBQ [...]
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Live near the South Fork of the Trinity River in this modern Fannie Mae home. Go towards the light! This looks like a pretty special place if you are wanting to live in the woods near a beautiful river, but not so far into the woods that you are remote and cut off. Representing the interests of th
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ANDERSON – The City of Anderson will hold a ribbon cutting ceremony for the Deschutes Road Roundabout and Interchange Project, the first of its kind on a State highway in District 2, on Wednesday, October 16, 2013 at 2:00 p.m. The $5.2 million project includes a new off-ramp from northbound I-5 at Deschutes Road and
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A woman sustained minor injuries this morning in a hit-and-run crash on the western side of Redding.
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Note:  This will be my last column until November 5.  I’m leaving for a grand European odyssey! The Board of Supervisors meeting on October 8 was brief and business-like.  Last week the Board voted to strengthen the Board of Building Appeals (BBA).  The BBA has three responsibilities, laid out in state
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Today is expected to be sunny with a high near 76, the National Weather Service reports.
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Redding police are looking for a suspect in a stabbing that occurred just before midnight in the 2500 block of Reservoir Lane.
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Redding mixed media artist Troy Hawkins is known for dabbling. He’s a painter, sculptor, jewelry maker and assemblage artist, and by day, a hair stylist and makeup artist. His latest series of paintings, “Modern Erotica,” addresses our culture’s divergence from an appreciation of natural forms, to an obsession with
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For the entire month of October, The Grape Escape in Redding is celebrating its second anniversary. Each time you visit during October, be sure to enter the customer appreciation drawings for gift certificates and the grand prize of a trip to the Amador Wine Country. Special events set during the month include music by A Me
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Bonnie Burhart can trace her artistic impulse to growing up with 10 brothers and sisters. “I got hand-me-down everything, and I wanted to make it look like my own,” she said. That desire for self-expression eventually blossomed into a passion. That passion, when coupled with three other like-minded artists, has led to R
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“This is the restaurant you dream of finding on a road trip,” enthused “Linda S.” of Brisbane in an online review of Hal & Kathy’s Cookhouse, the popular breakfast and lunch spot in Fall River Mills. After lunch there a week ago I’d agree — my huge BLT was probably the best I’ve ever had, ditto the potat
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Local sports scores and briefs.
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Shasta College volleyball hosts Feather River in a Golden Valley Conference showdown.
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A Shasta College student’s suggested fixes for what she sees as problems with poor academic counseling, canceled classes and financial aid aren’t workable, college President Joe Wyse told the board of trustees Wednesday night.
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A brief look at news from around the North State.
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A house in the 200 block of Wilshire Drive is burning tonight.
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A fire that broke out Wednesday night destroyed a home just outside Redding's southern city limits.
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A brief look at business news from around the North State.
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Liberty is no longer a single lady – and it’s time for Redding to name another eagle. When Patriot died last year, there was speculation about whether Liberty would choose another mate. But now that she’s back in her nest for the new breeding season, she appears to have done just that.
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There is an alternative to the destructive political gridlock in Washington, as Assemblyman Brian Dahle is working to demonstrate.
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In the administration's sadder-but-wiser view, the no-negotiation-over-the-debt-ceiling line must be drawn brightly, once and for all, in order to avert a never-ending cascade of extortionist episodes.
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A distraught but unarmed woman is shot dead with a toddler in her car -- just the latest abuse of deadly force by law enforcement.
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I wish we could fast-forward about 20 years into the future and hear Paul Harvey on the radio as he ends with "and now you know the rest of the story" about the Affordable Care Act.
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While still a terrifying diagnosis, strides being made in breast cancer research and treatments.
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Men face particular challenges when diagnosed with breast cancer.
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Walk this weekend will help raise funds for breast cancer research.
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In 1913: Because she had a severe sore throat for three weeks that kept her from eating, Mary McCloud, an Indian aged 75, died from starvation.
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The event typically draws about 5,000 visitors annually.
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Trinity County is applying for a multimillion dollar slice of state funding in a bid to replace the county’s aging jail with a new, state-of-the-art facility.
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Shante Luster started working for Lim’s Family Pharmacy in Redding nine years ago.
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It was clear 51-year-old Karen Duenas of Cottonwood was dead when he first saw her blood-caked and ashen body during the early morning hours of May 5, 2012, a Shasta County sheriff’s sergeant told a Superior Court jury today.
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A week after suspending adoptions due to mysterious ailment sickening and killing dogs at Haven Humane Society in Redding, the animal shelter has isolated the sick animals and resumed finding homes for the pets.
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With pink paper, somehow the news inside seemed less annoying. My attitude became more positive. I felt like I could handle anything.
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Students at 12 Shasta County schools got to school the old-fashioned way today -- they walked. They were participating in Walk to School Day.
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Cut down on sugar this Halloween with these tips.
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there is just a single number that people can call to find support -- 2-1-1 and it has been available to Shasta County residents since October 2011.
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Adrenal condition almost killed him in 1947.
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The grandmother of a Redding man who died Tuesday, three days after a struggle with four Redding police officers, says her grandson was facing personal turmoil that day, but he was not a violent person.
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A Shasta County sheriff’s sergeant told a Superior Court jury Wednesday it was clear that 51-year-old Karen Duenas of Cottonwood was dead when he first saw her blood-caked and ashen-colored body during the early morning hours of May 5, 2012.
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NorCalRiderz is hosting the first full day of motocross racing at the new Hay-Town MX Track at the Trinity County Fairgrounds in Hayfork on Saturday, October 12th.
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Attention Race fans, the Redding Dragstrip is now closed for the 2013 season. Please come to the Redding Dragstrip on Saturday October 12th at 1 pm for the Celebration of Life for Bob Lidell. See you at the strip.
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A vegetation fire has been reported near the intersection of Highways 44 and 89 north of Burney this afternoon.
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A fire has been contained after it spread into a half acre of vegetation in Palo Cedro this afternoon.
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Due to the government shutdown, the annual Return of the Salmon Festival scheduled for later this month in Anderson has been canceled.
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Local law enforcement agents seized nearly 200 marijuana plants in both Anderson and Millville Tuesday, a sheriff's sergeant said.
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There's a line of thinking among some conservatives that the government is simply in the way of business. Oddly, the businesses themselves think otherwise. The National Retail Federation wants this nonsense in Washington to end, Buzzfeed reports. The shutdown ultimately...
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From the Facebook page of La Cabana Mexican Restaurant in downtown Redding: Mike Ralston:La Cabana is my 93 year old mother's favorite place to eat (as it is the rest of the family's) We were gone recently on a long...
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For the second straight year, Redding Bank of Commerce won the larger employer category at this morning’s Best Companies to Work For in Shasta County.
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A 22-year-old Minnesota man suffered serious injuries early today after he was struck by a car while trying to cross Interstate 5 on foot.
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There's a lot of history attached to Jack's Bar & Grill, celebrating 75 years on California Street in downtown Redding. The history of the restaurant and California Street (a notorious drinking and red-light district during the Shasta Dam construction boom)...
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From an email tech-savvy entrepreneur Kyle Ritter sent yesterday: "I'm not sure what the future holds for ShastaMugshots.com and the other mugshot websites that I have in my network. At this point I'm leaning towards selling the whole thing off...
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Here’s an attractive Freddie Mac foreclosure home in the pines of Shingletown.
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The John J. Balma Justice Center in downtown Redding has been reopened after an evacuation this morning following what was reported as a propane odor in the building.
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A trailer hauled by a cement truck has overturned on Fawndale Road near Interstate 5, about 10 miles north of Redding.
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An overturned big rig is blocking lanes near Moose Camp in Montgomery Creek.
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The Shasta Service Guild will present “Spare My Brother,”  a tale of what happened in the lives of John and Charles Ruggles in the days before they were dragged from their jail cells in the middle of the night and hung next to the railroad tracks, where they dangled for several days as a warning [...]
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The 4-mile Hornbeck Trail, much of which follows the bed of an abandoned historic narrow gauge railroad, is part of complex of single-track dirt trails east of Keswick Reservoir. It is restricted to non-motorized use by hikers (dogs allowed), bicyclists, and equestrians. Both its two trailheads have parking and restrooms.
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Today should be mostly sunny with a high near 73, the National Weather Services says.
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A vehicle that was being chased by a Redding police car early this morning ran off Highway 44 and crashed, ejecting a 25-year-old man who was driving.
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Redding firefighters this morning extinguished a fire in the 1500 block of Olive Avenue where smoke was coming from a downstairs apartment.
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The truckload meat sale is by far the  main event this week at Tops Market in Redding and Weaverville.  This week-long special is enough to entice me to clear out my chest freezer and stock up for fall cooking. But something else caught my eye in this week's Tops Market ad: Land o' Lakes butter, [...]
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In 1913: A heavy dynamite explosion nearly reduced to kindling the Manton home of the Mr. and Mrs. A.E. Head, well to do farmer and land owner on Bailey Creek. The structure collapsed over their heads during the night. It was generally thought that the dynamiting of the Head home, with the evident intent to do murder, was a
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Foothill High volleyball hosts Shasta in a Sac River League opener in Palo Cedro.
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West Valley High volleyball hosts Red Bluff as both teams open Sac River League play.
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Local sports scores and briefs.
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A brief look at news from around the North State.
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Local probation and jail officials say realignment has led to some successes almost two years after the state began handing lower-level convicts over to Shasta County’s agencies,
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The plans to redevelop old mill property outside Anderson might provoke a sense of competition up I-5 in Redding, but the project is good for the entire North State.
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If Republicans want to show some seriousness about articulating their case, they need to drop the Beltway-speak and talk to real people.
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When does that 17,000,000,000,000 dollar debt start coming down?
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A family discusses and negotiates how much money it chooses to spend for food (e.g., more ice cream and fewer vegetables). A family does not ever negotiate whether or not to eat.
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It is a sad day when those opposed to the State of Jefferson, either through ignorance or pure fear, make misleading statements to the press and are never corrected.
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Get ready for the Zim in the Sagebrush fundraiser for Turtle Bay with these western-inspired recipes.
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Tom Torlakson, the state's top school official, tinkered with a rover in high school robotics class, listened to marimbas played by fourth- and fifth-graders and got other views of Redding schools today during a visit to the North State.
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Get your cookie and other holiday dessert recipes for the Record Searchlight's annual contest.
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The top education official in the state visited Redding classrooms today and came away with a sense of committed teachers and can-do spirit — as well as a ceramic fish and coffee mug made by students.
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A man accused of stealing a police car and who became unresponsive during a struggle with four Redding Police officers has died, officials with the Shasta County Coroner’s Office reported tonight.
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A crowd of about 20 listened to and engaged with a panel featuring a local health care provider and others.
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The Women's Fund is putting on two forums in Redding to bring attention to the problem of bullying.
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Two months after a deadlocked jury forced a mistrial, the Cottonwood man accused of fatally stabbing his wife last year was in Shasta County Superior Court today for the opening of his retrial in the alleged slaying.
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California's housing market will continue its slow recovery in 2014, but an industry economist warned today that an extended government shutdown could derail growth.
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A brief look at business news from around the North State.
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Terminating a pregnancy increases risk of breast cancer; taking a pregnancy to full term and birth reduces risk.
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The Shasta County Coroner's Office says a man who was hospitalized in critical condition following a chase Saturday in which he stole a police cruiser has died.
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A Feb. 25 trial date was set Tuesday in Shasta County Superior Court for an Oregon man charged with murdering his aunt and nearly killing his uncle during a savage attack last year.
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You know, those Jefferson secessionists --- sometimes I wonder if they're just behind the times. Gov. Jerry Brown announced today that he had signed SB 744, a bill co-sponsored by Assemblymen Brian Dahle and Rich Gordon -- the latter a...
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Trinity County Sheriff's deputies say they've arrested three people on suspicion of growing marijuana for sale this month.
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In-N-Out Burger wants to bring its business to south Redding.
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Glad you asked. Gallup has an answer. WASHINGTON, D.C. -- Americans' confidence in the economy has deteriorated more in the past week during the partial government shutdown than in any week since Lehman Brothers collapsed on Sept. 15, 2008, which...
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Occasional semi-joking forays into spitsville politics aside, there will always be one California. I'm pretty sure that's splitsville but so writes the L.A. Daily News in an editorial castigating Rep. John Garamendi for his ardent northern partisanship when it comes...
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Peter Scheer of the California First Amendment Coalition notes an interesting dynamic with a recent New York Times story on mugshots websites: Realizing that the mugshot sites depend heavily for their revenue on internet traffic generated by search engines, the...
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A pick-up stolen from the Whiskeytown National Recreation Area sometime before Monday has been found in Northeast Redding with minor damage.
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Back when Microsoft was the biggest name in technology, CEO Bill Gates leveled an attack on the auto industry: If carmakers were as innovative as computer companies, he said, a car would cost just $27.
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Firefighters say a fire burned a two-story home behind the Destiny Church this afternoon.
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Ford settles lawsuit with Berkshire Hathaway Inc. subsidiary National Indemnity Co. for $22.1 million -- $2 million more than the automaker sought.
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A 48-year-old appears to have escaped serious injury today when he fell into an uncovered manhole at the Walmart in Redding.
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The NorCal OUTreach Project, a 501c3 non-profit, dedicated to educating the public in the north state on the issues and lives of LGBTQ+ persons, will be sponsoring the National Coming Out Day, Friday, October 11, 6:00-9:00pm, at the Social Hall of the United Methodist Church, East & South Sts. in Redding CA. The public
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Dunsmuir Autumn ART WALK will be held October 19, 2013, from 1-6pm in historic downtown Dunsmuir.   A variety of northstate artists from Redding to Ashland  and McCloud to Happy Camp will host receptions with refreshments in local businesses and in historic buildings in this Victorian railroad
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Reports are compiled by Western Outdoor News. Call 800-290-2929. NOTICE: Many public lakes under the supervision or jurisdiction of federal agencies, such as the U.S. Forest Service, have been closed to fishing and/or boat launching due to the federal shutdown. Call ahead. BEST BITES ROGUE RIVER, Gold Beach, Ore. — It is
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A 71-year-old Redding woman suffered minor injuries today when she drove her car off the second story of the parking structure in downtown Redding.
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Fall weather and the traditional breeding season will cause deer to be more prevalent along the City's greenbelt-bordered roadways and Redding Animal Regulation warns motorists to be extra watchful. Fall is the "rut" or breeding season for deer, causing the males to be less wary than usual. Females also may be more active a
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Notorious North State cartoonist, Phil Fountain, has announced his return to the World Wide Web via the region's favorite online destination, anewscafe.com. Beginning Sunday, October 13th, readers who happen to have a penchant for crudely rendered satire and a willingness to waste a few seconds of their life on lo
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The man who died in a house fire on Sunday northeast of Red Bluff has been identified as Terry Hall.
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Firefighters quickly contained a vegetation fire that broke out this morning in Palo Cedro.
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It’s early, but this confirms what we felt subjectively. Activity was off a bit in September from our very busy August. We caution that any one month doesn’t reveal much of a macro trend, and that we are experiencing our traditional seasonal flux reflected in the chart below. Worth a look though:
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How Swede it is. To step out and lay claim to all the land you can see surrounding your home.
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Local probation and sheriff's officials will discuss programs being offered to reduce recurring crimes in the area brought on by Assembly Bill 109, the state's public safety realignment program.
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Check here for live updates from today's Shasta County Board of Supervisors meeting, where supervisors will vote on adding two new members to the Board of Building Appeals, among other agenda items.
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A Happy Valley man who helped coach at West Valley High School has been found guilty of illegal sex and sex acts with an underage student.
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A 24-year-old Shasta Lake man sustained major injuries in a late Monday night crash on Interstate 5, south of Hilltop Drive.
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• I haven’t written anything for months… I would like to blame it on illness or a heavy workload but I think my brain just decided to dormicate for a while… (the result of dormant hanging out with a smooth-talking verb). • The English language guardian’s worst nightmare … a man with a forum whose [...]
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Redding’s Sequoia Middle School will be the site of a discussion Tuesday on California’s prison realignment reform.
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Sunny skies, breezy winds and a high temperature near 75 degrees are in Redding's weather forecast for today. Meteorologists with the National Weather Service in Sacramento say Redding should experience an 8 to 15 mph north wind with gusts as high as 23 mph. There's a 20 percent chance of rain after 11 p.m., but Wednesday s
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Opening statements are under way this morning in the retrial of a Cottonwood man accused of murdering his wife last year.
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The weekly Northern Section football media poll.
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In 1913: Henry Stacher filed suit against the Central Pacific Railway Co. to obtain title to land the plaintiff claimed to have owned for the past 23 years and in which the railway claimed also to have an interest. Stacher claimed to have bought the good farming land from the railway and to have received a deed 21 years ago
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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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On Monday afternoon at about 4:44 p.m. a woman was walking on the Sacramento River Trail in Redding, one mile west of Court Street on the south side. The woman was struck in the head with an object that caused her to fall down, and she lost consciousness. When she came to, she saw a [...]
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Redding police were looking Monday for a teenager who struck a woman on the head as she was walking along the Sacramento River Trail and then tried to drag her into the bushes.
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Kit Harvey sets up her camera as she prepares to monitor Liberty, a female bald eagle that returned to the area near Turtle Bay along the Sacramento River over the weekend . This is the first season since at least 2007 that Liberty has returned to the nest without her longtime mate, Patriot, who was killed in May during a f
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A 19-year-old Redding man was arrested Monday on suspicion of sexually assaulting two teenagers last month, police said.
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The 2013 Season has ended. There will be no more races until further notice. RIP Bob Lidell Your season has ended, your race run, and you were a winner in all regards. Please join me in keeping Joye and his family in your prayers.
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It’s rare to get the warm fuzzies about a bank, but Cornerstone Community Bank proved last week that it is very possible.
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Gov. Jerry Brown tried to cancel his predecessor's misguided effort to raise cash by selling -- and then leasing back -- state buildings. But the investors who stand to profit aren't giving up easily.
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A proposed fine against PG&E for lapses that led to the San Bruno explosion would be so steep as to punish ratepayers and hurt efforts to invest in safety improvements.
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By the time the tea party activists have their way with the Republican Party, it will by a shadow of its former self.
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Isn't that your message — we are the Stupid Party?
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No atheists offer an answer to a question on hope. Why is that?
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Yard sale shopper, your lost item is found.
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A brief look at business news from around the north state.
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Sometimes after a big event, I take a while to put it into focus.
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Joe Millar rose through the firefighting ranks to become a chief in the U.S. Forest Service.
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See who was at what recent North State event.
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Shasta County supervisors on Tuesday will consider adding the final two members to the county's Board of Building Appeals, which would give the board the full roster it needs to resume a high-profile hearing on vintner Reverge Anselmo's chapel.
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A 33-year-old man who stole a Redding police cruiser and led officers on a chase on Saturday has been identified as Steven Anthony Motley.
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A Redding teenager accused of stabbing his father to death in April is still waiting to be taken to Napa State Hospital for treatment after being declared mentally incompetent to stand trial that same month.
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Robert Shiner hopes to open his second All Stars Sports Bar by December in Redding. Shiner opened his All Stars in Anderson in 2007.
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A woman died at a hospital this morning, only a few hours after her husband pulled her from their burning home.
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UCLA's Mark Kleiman unloads on the operators of websites -- like the formerly very popular shastamugshots.com -- that post photos of arrestees (in itself, a public service of sorts) and then charge for removal (a practice whose ethics are dubious...
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At least five high school football players have perished this season across the nation. And thankfully, it's a trend that has not gone from national to North State.
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Q. What, do you think, is the soul? The soul is that part of a human being which is invisible and survives physical death. The New Testament does not say much about the experiences of the soul following death. For the most part, it stays focused on the recovery of the body through resurrection at the end of time, when body
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A 33-year-old man who stole a Redding police cruiser and led officers on a chase on Saturday has been identified as Steven Anthony Motley.
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... then why does that Legislature dominated by urban liberals pass bills like Sen. Alex Padilla's SB 740, which aims to beef up investment in broadband Internet infrastructure in un- or underserved areas? Which areas are those? Glad you...
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Calling all talented performers 18 and under! Don't miss your chance to be a star!
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The 2013 AAUW Home Tour and Art Show will feature a Spanish Hacienda-style, energy efficient, solar-powerd home for review. The décor of the home is influenced by the homeowner's love of all things Mexican, with almost everything purchased or custom made in San Carlos, Mexico or Scottsdale, Ariz. Landscaping is drought-tol
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Dr. Parvin Carter, DDS, MAGD will see, free of charge, as many patients as possible starting at 9 a.m. and ending at 5 p.m. on October 24. The event operates on a first come, first serve basis for oral cancer screenings, and a choice of an extraction, filling or cleaning. Please come to our dental office, located on 1548 Ea
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Dick’s Sporting Goods in Redding will celebrate the grand opening of its store in the Kohl’s-Trader Joe’s center on Oct. 18.
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From a review of a book on terrorism comes this intriguing sentence: His theme is not some vaguely defined "clash of civilizations" but rather the clash between metropolitan centers and rural peripheries that is internal to all modern civilizations--whether these...
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This brief writing attempts summary of Saturday’s achievement at the 8th Community Creek Clean-up along the North Sacramento Trail from the North Market Street Bridge to the Sundial Bridge. Nothing could stop the outpouring on behalf of the resource and our shared public space. What tried failed including the following: a
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That would be Tom Coburn of Oklahoma, a physician, interviewed on "60 Minutes Overtime." Here's a link to the CBS report. Excerpt: Tom Coburn: "If all these people are disabled that apply, I want 'em all to get it. And...
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A woman pulled from a fire at her home northeast of Redding has died.
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Fire crews are in Big Bend this morning battling a fire at a two-story log cabin on Hawkins Creek Road.
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A slight chance of showers is expected to hit the North State by midweek, but not before the area enjoys some ideal fall weather.
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In 1913: Milton A. Nathan, a San Francisco attorney who was seeking to incite action against the “deplorable conditions” in Redding regarding enforcement of the liquor ordinance, was being practically ignored by the city board of trustees and would be unless he saw fit to come to this city to either lay complaints or ma
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Man dies in Tehama County house fire
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Foothill High swimmer Jamie Pincin earned three first-place finishes at the NorCal Invitational swim meet held in Anderson.
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As costs and delays mount for California's ill-fated high-speed railway, the voters want another chance to have their say on the bonds that would help finance it.
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The recall of Gov. Gray Davis was the most exciting political stories in California history. But 10 years later, nobody wants to remember it.
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Special negotiated hospital rates for insurance companies amount to unfair gouging of the rest of us.
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Forest Service firefighters are "essential" and thus staying on the job --- for IOUs. Would you do the same?
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You are the children of this world whether you like or not and this world is your home.
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Sequels to video games app add more fun.
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SALT LAKE CITY — More states and nations may legalize same-sex marriage, but human laws cannot "make moral what God has declared immoral," a top Mormon leader said Sunday.
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The nonprofit Providence International is building three affordable homes in the Parkview neighborhood in Redding.
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WASHINGTON — The United States moved closer to the possibility of the first-ever default on the government's debt Sunday as Speaker John Boehner adamantly ruled out a House vote on a straightforward bill to boost the borrowing authority without concessions from President Barack Obama.
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Firefighters have knocked down a kitchen fire in the Starview Estates neighborhood of Redding this evening.
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A man in his mid-60s died this morning in a house fire northeast of Red Bluff in Tehama County, the California Department of Forestry and Fire Protection said.
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A Shasta County Sheriff’s vehicle sustained minor damage today after a felony pursuit that ended in Anderson. Deputies attempted to stop a vehicle in Cottonwood for a moving violation around 11:20 a.m. When the vehicle didn’t stop, a chase ensued that reached speeds up to 70 miles per hour.
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Redding police are looking for at least one person who they said stabbed a man this afternoon.
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Crews have contained a small vegetation fire northeast of Redding this afternoon.
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Redding police said a woman was injured this morning when she was hit by a go-kart in the pit area of the Redding Drag Strip on Old Oregon Trail.
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Redding-area residents can expect a sunny day today with a high near 83, according to the National Weather Service.
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For months, mysterious white flakes and construction dust fell on Nancy Lopez's desk in the Jackson County Courthouse in Kansas City, Mo.
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At least five high school football players have perished this season across the nation. And thankfully, it’s a trend that has not gone from national to North State.
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QUINCY — Feather River College smashed Shasta College at home in Quincy 75-45 Saturday night.
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Shasta High School cross-country runner Hannah Davis broke a course record Saturday at the State of Jefferson meet in Ashland, Ore.
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The afternoon of 10-05-13 at approximately 1430 hours, a Redding police officer attempted a traffic stop on a truck, which had been reported stolen. The driver of the stolen truck failed to stop and a pursuit ensued. The pursuit terminated when the driver of the stolen truck, while driving westbound on Rancho Road, failed t
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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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